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Six Things You Didn’t Know About the 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro

The Taco designed for sand.

 1. High-speed desert driving. That’s what the Tacoma TRD Pro is all about. Forty-five percent of Tacoma owners take their trucks off-road, and a large majority will be fine crawling up rock faces or mudding in a base Tacoma with the off-road package. The guys who want to go flat out on the sand, though? That’s who Toyota truly developed the TRD Pro for and why the TRD Pro’s Fox Racing dampers are 55 percent larger than stock and have piggyback reservoirs on the rear.
2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro front three quarters
2. The stock Tacoma fog lights wouldn’t work on the TRD Pro. Because Toyota raised the truck an inch, the lights were no longer within regulation. So Sweers approached Rigid Industries, and they created a unique auxiliary LED lighting system for the Tacoma TRD Pro.

 

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2017 Toyota Tacoma

2017 Toyota Tacoma

MSRP $24,320 SR 2WD Access Cab

EPA MPG:

19 City / 23 Hwy

Towing (Max):

3,500 lbs.

Payload (Max):

1,620 lbs.