Toyota Tacoma redesign for 2016 has a bold new look, since 1995 manufacturers from Japan have been producing pickup trucks manufactured in the United States, the truck was known by TOYOTA TACOMA. Tacoma is a first generation model of 1995 to 2005, is classified as a Compact Pickup. The second generation includes a mid-size. Tacoma was Motor Trend Truck of the year Megazine for 2005. Construction began in 1989, following the launch of the Toyota Pickup by the end of 1988. The design workmanship performed at Calty Design Research in 1990-1992 in California. There are three engines available for Toyota Tacoma:
In October 2000, along with a facelift ahead, Toyota has also launched the S-Runner trim package that includes 3.4-liter V6 engine. It comes with 16-inch (410 mm) wheels, and a 5-speed manual transmission with Tokico gas shocks. Only 200 are produced each month from September 2000 to August 2004. In 2003 Tacoma has gained 16.5 percent of sales from previous years. Tacoma popularity only increased in the next few years. In 2004 it was ahead of the Nissan Frontier and Dodge Dakota, but still 2.2 percent behind the sales for the Ford Ranger.
Toyota Tacoma redesign for 2016 is the third generation, it has a new exterior profile taking styling cues from the 2014 model year 4Runner SUV and the 2014 model year Tundra pickup. Toyota also updated the truck’s frame by adding more high strength steel in order to increase the truck’s rigidness and to drop weight. Here are several models of Toyota Tacoma redesign for 2016: