Top 5 Reasons the 2017 Toyota Tacoma Is For You
If you’re in the market for a truck, your eye has undoubtedly been drawn to the 2017 Toyota Tacoma. That’s no surprise — it’s drop-dead gorgeous and has the mean-looking features that strike awe in your heart. You might have brushed it off, though, because it’s a midsize truck, not a fullsize pickup that you’re used to.
Hold up a second. The 2017 Toyota Tacoma isn’t just an ordinary midsize truck. Take a second look. Here are 5 reasons the Tacoma is the right truck for you.
Supremely Off-road Capable
If you’ve set your sights on the Tacoma TRD Pro, it comes equipped with FOX shocks, LED fog lights by Rigid Industries, cat-back exhaust, and skid plates. Skip the Raptor and Ram Rebel TRX — they’re overkill. The Tacoma TRD Pro is perfect for on and off-road use.
Tows Like a Fullsize Pickup
The 2017 Tacoma, when equipped with the powerful 6-cylinder engine, can pull up to 6,800 lbs. That’s more than enough for your boat, most travel trailers, a couple ATVs, or to pull fullsize pickups out of the ditch with ease.
You live a connected lifestyle, so your device is always nearby. And since few things are worse than your smartphone battery dying, Toyota Tacoma has available wireless charging for Qi-compatible devices. Just place your wireless device on the charging pad and, like magic, the battery is recharged in just a short while.
Toyota Tacoma Tops Resale Value
The Toyota Tacoma takes the top title from Kelley Blue Book for Best Resale Value in the midsize pickup category. That means when it’s time to get into your next Tacoma, you’ll keep more of your money in your own pocket.
All the Finer Things
The Tacoma isn’t all work and no play. That’s why the interior is so comfy and well-equipped. From the available power moonroof and leather seating to dual zone climate control in the quietest Tacoma yet, you’ll be pampered in your new truck.
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