The 2018 Toyota Tacoma streamlines the lineup with discontinued SR models, adds safety with Toyota Safety Sense (TSS-P) technology package, color changes, and more. 2018 Toyota Tacoma options and information reached us in a leaked buyer’s order via Tacoma World forum.
The 2018 Tacoma joins the Tundra, Sequoia, and several other Toyota models by adding the TSS-P system for all models. This package includes lane departure alert, adaptive cruise control, pre-collision warning system with pedestrian detection, and more. All V6 trucks now get the towing package as standard.
According to the document, Toyota will discontinue the V6 versions of the base SR trim level (fleet truck). Toyota also offers the SR Access Cab (extended cab) with the 2.7L 4-cylinder engine.
If you like black trucks, the new Midnight Black Metallic is the only choice. The Cement color will no longer be offered on the TRD Pro trucks, but you will be able to get it with TRD Off-Road and TRD Sport.
Expect the 2018 Toyota Tacoma trucks to begin deliveries around October of 2017.
Take a look at the screenshot below for the rest of the changes.
If you are interested in the 2018 Toyota Tundra, you can now configure it online.
Check out the Tacoma TRD Pro in action on the Cliffhanger 2.0 Rocky Mountain trail.