Overview (Final Score: B-)
There are people who want a pickup truck for the capabilities it offers such as towing a trailer or hauling various loads. But don’t want a full-size model as they find them hard to maneuver and they don’t want to faint whenever they go to fill up the gas tank. Is there a truck for these type of folks? Yes, and it is the midsize truck. Now for a few years, you only had the choice between theand . This was due to other manufacturers dropping their models because of declining sales in the class.
But the past couple of years has seen a resurgence in the class thanks to GM introducing theand . These two trucks brought big improvements in terms of comfort, powertrains, and towing. Not to be outdone, Toyota introduced a redesigned version of the Tacoma to give GM’s midsize trucks a real challenge.
What We Love About the 2016 Toyota Tacoma
- V6 has a lot of grunt
- Excellent off-road capability
- Straightforward interior layout
What We Didn’t Love About the 2016 Toyota Tacoma
- Hard to find a comfortable driving position
- Double Cab’s rear seat is very tight
- Ride is bouncy on all types of road surfaces
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