Toyota has announced the 2024 Tacoma features a redesigned multi-link coil rear suspension and offers two turbocharged four-cylinder powertrains including an i-FORCE MAX hybrid producing 326 horsepower and a 465 lb.-ft. of torque.
“With even more off-road capability and the quality, durability, and reliability that our customers expect along with a host of options for every owner, we’re confident that Tacoma will remain the top choice for mid-size pickup buyers when it arrives later this year,” said Dave Christ, Toyota group vice president and GM.
What’s New for Fleet Owners to Know
Toyota’s North American-based CALTY Design Center located in Newport Beach, California, and Ann Arbor, Michigan led the design efforts for the new Tacoma.
New features include:
- i-FORCE MAX hybrid powertrain
- Multi-link rear suspension
- Four-wheel disc brakes
- Electric power steering
- Suspensions tuned specifically to each grade
- Front stabilizer bar disconnect
Model Features on the Toyota Tacoma
The 2024 Tacoma includes the following features:
- Maximum towing capacity for Tacoma is rated at 6,500 lbs. on SR5 i-FORCE and TRD PreRunner XtraCab grades
- Maximum payload increases to 1,709 lbs. on TRD Off-Road
- 2.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder
- Trailer brake controller
- Trailer backup guide
- 7% increase in bed volume
Technology and Safety Improvements on the Model
The Tacoma features the latest technology and information screens that bring updates to the cabin.
- Toyota Safety Sense features
- Digital display mirror
- 360-degree cameras
- Multi-Terrain Monitor
- 8-inch or 14-inch touchscreen
- Audio Multimedia system
- USB-C data and charging port
- Dual USB-C charging ports
- 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster on higher grades
- A 7-inch gauge cluster is standard on lower grades
- Smart Key System with push-button start
- Smart Card key
The 2024 Tacoma will go on sale later this year with i-FORCE MAX models arriving in early 2024.
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