2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro, A Plain Improvement

Everyone knows that the Tacoma is a powerful midsize pickup truck but there are more improvements about the upcoming 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro that you can expect. It’s a good thing that Toyota is considering about the new development, considering that this line has been left inactive not so very long ago so having a new work for the truck is definitely a good thing.2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro interior

2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Changes

Toyota and Tacoma have to deal with tough competitors like Chevy Colorado and Honda Ridgeline – all coming with impressive offroad ability, fuel economy system, and comfy interior cabin. The problem with the pickup truck is that most people think that it isn’t supposed to comfy because of the beefy, buff, and solid stance but that’s just wrong. But Tacoma is ready, and Toyota makes sure that the well-known durability and the amazing offroad ability remain intact.

 

For the new 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro, the suspension will be tougher and better, with the Fox 2.5 inch shocks along with the internal bypass design and aluminum bodies. It creates a better shock absorbent and also an improved power. The new Tacoma is also designed to increase the high speed offroad experience so it remains comfortable and cozy even during a high speed. In some cases, you probably think that the new Tacoma is created to compete against the SVT F-150 Raptor from Ford but that’s not really the case – they aren’t in the same class, anyway.

 

2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Design

The exterior look of the new 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro is pretty catchy – you can tell from the black bezel headlights and also taillights, along with the blackout hood scoop, black heritage grille, and also foglights. For the inside, the design is pretty plain, if not standard. But there is an improvement with the black leather seats with TRD Pro logo, paired up with the floor mats and the shift knob.

2016 Toyota Tacoma front

 

2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Technologies

Features are added and improved for the interior cabin, with the integrated Entune, JBL speakers, downloadable app, and navigation. The tech may not be super fancy but it is quite an improvement with the 7 inch display with the touchscreen feature. It is too bad that the new vehicle doesn’t have the Android Auto or Apple CarPlay support but it does have Siri Eyes Free, wireless charging mat, and Bluetooth (and also USB) integration. It is not much but it is pretty okay for 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro.