24 Best & Worst Toyota Tacoma Years (With Facts & Stats)

Introduced in 1995, the Toyota Tacoma is a mid-size pickup truck that’s ideal for work duties and fantastic for off-roading.

Available with a manual transmission, the Tacoma is a durable and highly configurable workhorse laden with driver assists.

In this article, we’ll take a closer look at its best and worst years…

2023 Toyota Tacoma

Here’s The Short Answer To What The Best And Worst Years For The Toyota Tacoma Are:

The best Toyota Tacoma model years are 2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2011, 2000, and 1997. The worst model years of the Tacoma are 2016, 2012, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, and 2001. This is based on reviews, NHTSA stats, problems, and owner feedback.

What Are The Best Years For The Toyota Tacoma?

Listed below are the best Tacoma model years.

2023 Toyota Tacoma

The 2023 Tacoma is a top pick, it benefits from over two decades of fine-tuning and is the most refined model to date, it also has the latest tech and safety features.

For 2023 new SX and Chrome appearance packages were introduced for the budget-friendly SR5 models

Limited trim levels, received an upgraded 8-inch infotainment touchscreen system and a 360-degree camera.

TRD models received fresh colors, namely Solar Octane (orange) and Electric Lime.

  • Edmunds: 4.7 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 3.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: 82 / 100

2023 Tacoma, Edmunds review:

“This is my 4th SR5. My only complaints are minor: the temperature panel is too small. The arm rest console is also too small. They took away the change compartment on the drivers side and also took away the second storage compartment in the bed. Else another win for Toyota. Rugged, excellent electronic display, power and size!”

2022 Toyota Tacoma

The 2022 Tacoma is another solid pick offering class-leading resale value, reliability and durability.

For 2022 the Trail Edition and the TRD Pro received an additional half inch in height at the back and 1.1 inches and 1.5 inches up front, respectively.

The height boost makes crawling over rugged terrain and rocks easier than before.

As for the Trail Edition’s physical appearance, the truck now comes with bronze 16-inch rims with accompanying bronze lettering on the grille.

The TRD Pro stands out with a new debossed “TRD Pro” sign on its rear bedsides, along with updated hood design graphics. 

  • Edmunds: 4.8 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 3.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: 82 / 100

2022 Tacoma, Edmunds review:

“Like the truck very much very similar to the 2019. But more features like keyfob, intermittent wipers, backseats and back sliding window. Lost the CD player but a better audio system.”

2021 Toyota Tacoma

Highly customizable, durable and world-class Off-Road capability, the 2021 Tacoma is a safe bet.

For 2021 the Trail and Nightshade special editions made their debut.

The Trail comes with unique 16-inch TRD-style wheels with all-terrain tires and black exterior badges and a revised grille.

The nightshade model features blacked-out aesthetics and special wheels.

Dual-zone climate controls were made standard on V6 models and the TRD Sport and Off-Road trims received an upgraded audio system.

  • Edmunds: 3.8 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 3.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: 81 / 100

2021 Tacoma, Edmunds review:

“I have had a car my whole driving career, but getting older, and being more of an outdoor person, I wanted something higher up, off road type and not family SUV like. Compared the Ford Ranger and Tacoma, and obviously went with Tacoma. The Truck rides excellent, comfortable, enough power, tech is good, bed is just enough, does need more storage I think in the cab…”

2020 Toyota Tacoma

For 2020 the Tacoma received a bevy of updates, including more modern styling and upgraded tech.

The exterior revisions include a refreshed grille design, different wheel options, revamped tail lights, and all-new LED headlights.

On the inside, the Tacoma now comes with a power-adjustable driver’s seat, larger touchscreen displays with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a set of 360-degree view camera systems.

Other updates included re-tuned shocks, lighter wheels, and an added color known as Army Green.

  • Edmunds: 4.4 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 3.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: NA

2020 Tacoma, Edmunds review:

“I am not an expert writer but I will highlight some interesting things on why I decided on the Tacoma double cab 4X4 auto off road. I looked around I was narrowing my choices to the 3 best selling midsize trucks (Ranger, Tacoma and Colorado). The Tacoma was the best selling midsize truck and the one with the best resale value. Also the Tacoma had the best pricing for what it offers, for instance small things like the bed liner, the power outlet, the more tie downs for the bed, the rail system and the dampered tailgate…”

2020 Toyota Tacoma

2019 Toyota Tacoma

The 2019 Tacoma may not benefit from all the most recent updates however it is still as rugged and reliable as they come.

There were no big changes for 2019 although there were some minor changes worth mentioning.

Every Tacoma across the board received two additional USB ports on the center console.

All models with automatic transmissions were fitted with a power sunroof and a JBL audio system.

Privacy glass was made standard for the base SR trim. 

  • Edmunds: 3.6 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 3.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: NA

2019 Tacoma, Edmunds review:

“2019 TRD Off Road. Virtually no miles on the truck, 250 miles as of today. Immediately noticed vibration upon braking from 40-0 mph, this was pulling out of the dealership. Did some digging and found there could be potential issues with axles and/or drums being out of round. There is a technical service bulletin to address this for 2018 models (non-TRD), but nothing for mine…”

2018 Toyota Tacoma

Intuitive controls inside, legendary reliability and rugged looks – you can’t go wrong with a 2018 Tacoma.

The 2018 Tacoma was essentially a carryover year although there was one major upgrade to be mentioned.

Advanced driver safety aids (Toyota Safety Sense P) were fitted as standard across the lineup.

Features include:

  1. Forward collision warning
  2. Automated emergency braking
  3. Lane departure warning
  4. Automatic high beams
  5. Adaptive cruise control

Also for 2018, the four-cylinder engine’s five-speed manual transmission was dropped.

  • Edmunds: 3.6 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 3.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: 80 / 100

2018 Tacoma, Edmunds review:

“Been driving my new Tacoma for approximately six weeks.  Went from a 1995 Toyota T100 4×4 that I had been driving for the past 23 years.  Really impressed with the Tacoma.  Gas mileage is astounding.  On my work commute 33 miles one way, I typically get over 26 mpg.  She’s no speed demon, but no slouch either…”

2017 Toyota Tacoma

For 2017 the TRD Pro (high-end version of the off-road model) made a return after a one year hiatus.

Powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine (in the Double Cab short bed setup) it offers a six-speed manual or automatic transmission.

It also comes with an upgraded suspension system, increased lift, LED exterior lighting, a V6 towing package, various TRD equipment, and safety assist features such as blindspot monitoring, rear parking sensors, and rear cross-traffic alert system.

For all models across the board, the touchscreen Entune infotainment system was fitted as standard.

  • Edmunds: 3.7 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 3.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: 82 / 100

2017 Tacoma, Edmunds review:

“After doing a lot research and talking to people who own other Tacomas, I decided to get one. After previously driving a 13 Camry se and 14 RAV4 limited, I’ve got to say for a truck, Toyota has done an incredible job. Everything seems more durable and a lot easier to keep clean than my previous Toyotas. The look of this vehicle I can’t stop looking at it…”

2017 Toyota Tacoma

2015 Toyota Tacoma

If you’re looking for a highly-rated compact pickup with a reputation for durability and reliability, then look no further than the 2015 Tacoma.

The 2015 Tacoma has some of the best consumer scores of any model year to date.

For 2015 the Tacoma omitted the regular cab body style and was solely offered in the extended cab (Access Cab) and crew cab (Double Cab) configurations. 

In addition, the off-road TRD TX Baja version was been replaced by the TRD Pro package. 

  • Edmunds: 4.5 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: 83 / 100

2015 Tacoma, Edmunds review:

“First of all – this is a truck, not a car, and certainly not a sports car. Capability, dependability, reliability, are all paramount in buying a truck. This truck excels in each category. Re-sale value far exceeds everything else in the class. Some buyers want the most electronic gadgets they can get, others want a bare bones no-nonsense “less stuff to break” type truck. This truck falls in the middle somewhere…”

2014 Toyota Tacoma

The 2014 Tacoma will do most of what the larger trucks will do, without the bulk, fuel consumption or cost.

For 2014, the sporty-looking X-Runner version of the Tacoma was removed and replaced by the new SR appearance package that adds a bit of visual stimuli.

The touchscreen infotainment system was also upgraded, and the optional rearview camera syncs with the touchscreen displays.

  • Edmunds: 4.1 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: 81 / 100

2014 Tacoma, Edmunds review:

“No Tacoma “Fan Boy” here. This is my first Toyota vehicle and there have been no surprises so far. The 2013 Tacoma has been what a truck this size should be. Powerful, quite, smooth at highway speeds. It does have a firm ride thanks to the TRD off road pkg. I am 6’1″ and the cab had plenty of room in the front and rear seats. Parking this truck is no major chore with the short bed…”

2013 Toyota Tacoma

The 2013 Tacoma accrued a negligible number of reported problems on the NHTSA website and was well known for its reliability.

It was essentially a carryover of the 2012 model although it did receive far fewer complaints and a new Limited package that comes with a variety of safety, performance, and styling features. 

  • Edmunds: 3.9 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: 82 / 100

2013 Tacoma, Edmunds review:

“I recently replaced my 1997 T100 SR5 with the access cab Tacoma. I had well over 200,000 on the T100. I figured the Tacoma would serve me well also. I ordered the 4cyl Base Access Cab with the SR5 Package. The milage for the first month has been 24.6 – 25 MPG. The fit and finish is excellent, Millage is where it is advertised, and performance with the 4 cyl. has exceeded my expectations…”

2013 Toyota Tacoma

2011 Toyota Tacoma

Another older model that has proven to be a top pick in the midsize pickup segment is the 2011 Tacoma.

For 2011 the Tacoma’s four-cylinder engine was offered with an automatic transmission system (previously only a manual transmission).

For all trims, air conditioning was fitted as standard, and all but the Regular Cab 4×4 models received bucket seats.

The front grille was also revamped and new off-road packages made their debut.

  • Edmunds: 4.5 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: 79 / 100

2011 Tacoma, Edmunds review:

“When looking for a small truck very few options existed. I owned a Toyota Tacoma before a few years ago, and checked out Chevy Dodge, Ford, Nissan. Besides hefty price tags, low resale values, bare bones options for $25,000 or less, no other truck compared to Tacoma. I was further surprised at the addition of the 4 cylinder with double cab offered this year. The truck is awesome, decent power, great ride and surprisingly quiet. To me their is no competition out their to compete with the Tacoma.”

2000 Toyota Tacoma

We wouldn’t necessarily advise going for a truck as old as the 2000 Tacoma however there’s no denying it’s a great truck.

For 2000, the four-cylinder 4WD Tacoma’s received significantly better engine performance due to an enhanced gear ratio.

The base-level Tacoma models were given fresh designs for the exterior mirrors and cabin fabrics and daytime running lights were included in the antilock brake package.

  • Edmunds: 4.4 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: NA

2000 Tacoma, Edmunds review:

“I love my truck 20.6 MPG regular 22 MPG super 100,000 miles, replaced battery,and front brake pads, thats all. I use Mobil 1. Highly recommended truck, I have installed a K+N 77 series intake, and throttle body spacer, truck has stock size tires 31.”

1998 – 2000 Toyota Tacoma

1997 Toyota Tacoma

The 1997 Tacoma is an oldy but it’s certainly a classic and it set the standard for future Generations – powerful, rugged and reliable.

The 1997 Tacoma came with a variety of value-adding packages to make customization easier.

A locking rear-wheel differential was also offered on 4WD models and bucket seats were an option for all Xtracab Tacomas, not just the SR5.

Two-wheel-drive models received better headlights and a new grille for a bolder look.

  • Edmunds: 4.5 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: NA

1997 Tacoma, Edmunds review:

“I now have over 300,000 miles on this SR5 4×4 and other than regular maintenance, the only problem was the starter. Still shines like new, the ABS works great, all electrical is working and I know it will start every time I want to use it. I have hauled, towed and loaded this truck to the max and it has never let me down. This is my fifth Toyota product and I have yet to have any in the shop which is better on my wallet as well as peace of mind.”

Consumer Scores For Best Toyota Tacoma Years

Below is a table that presents all the consumer ratings of the best Tacoma model years from reputable vehicle websites:

Model YearEdmunds 
Consumer Rating
Kelley Blue Book
Consumer Rating
JD Power
Consumer Rating
2023 Toyota Tacoma4.7 / 5.03.7 / 5.082 / 100
2022 Toyota Tacoma4.8 / 5.03.7 / 5.082 / 100
2021 Toyota Tacoma3.8 / 5.03.7 / 5.081 / 100
2020 Toyota Tacoma4.4 / 5.03.7 / 5.0NA
2019 Toyota Tacoma3.6 / 5.03.7 / 5.0NA
2018 Toyota Tacoma3.6 / 5.03.7 / 5.080 / 100
2017 Toyota Tacoma3.7 / 5.03.7 / 5.082 / 100
2015 Toyota Tacoma4.5 / 5.04.7 / 5.083 / 100
2014 Toyota Tacoma4.1 / 5.04.7 / 5.081 / 100
2013 Toyota Tacoma3.9 / 5.04.7 / 5.082 / 100
2011 Toyota Tacoma4.5 / 5.04.7 / 5.079 / 100
2000 Toyota Tacoma4.4 / 5.04.7 / 5.0NA
1997 Toyota Tacoma4.5 / 5.04.7 / 5.0NA

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What Are The Worst Years For The Toyota Tacoma?

The Tacoma is well regarded for its incredible reliability, however, some models have been more problematic than others.

Be cautious of the model years listed below.

2016 Toyota Tacoma

The 2016 Tacoma was given the “Beware of the Clunker” stamp from CarComplaints.com.

The biggest problem was essentially its transmission – owners reported delayed engagement of ‘Drive’ when cold, rough shifting and hesitation when accelerating.

Here’s one owner’s testimony:

“Like so many complaints with 2016 Tacoma automatic transmission, sluggish and slow engagement of transmission when cold. I think this is a safety problem, I was almost involved in a wreck pulling into traffic and transmission acted like it went into neutral for a few seconds when I let off the gas and got back on it.”

Owners also complained of excessive engine noise and a hand-numbing vibration in the steering wheel at 2,000 – 2,300 RPMs which could also be felt in the floor, foot pedal and seat.

The 2016 Tacoma had a total of 159 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 361 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Soy-based wiring chewed by rodents
  • Delayed engagement of “Drive” during cold temperatures
  • Hesitation
  • Hard shifting

2012 Toyota Tacoma

The 2012 Tacoma received a large number of engine-related complaints.

Owners reported the check engine light coming on, being unable to go over certain speeds and loss of power causing the truck to go into limp mode.

Here’s one owner’s account, which was echoed by many others:

“While driving the vehicle in a suburban area it lost power, slowing to 25 mph maximum, I was almost rear-ended. I swerved off the road into the grass to avoid being hit. There is a problem with the emission system. It is the secondary air injection system. Toyota has been aware of this problem for some time. Some of the 2012 Toyota Tacoma’s have a customer support / warranty extension for this problem, not mine.”

The 2012 Tacoma had a total of 69 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 382 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Check engine light on
  • Engine very weak
  • Air injection valve failure
  • Pump assembly failure
  • Vibration while driving
2012 – 2015 Toyota Tacoma

2009 Toyota Tacoma

The biggest issue of the 2009 Tacoma was severe premature rusting and corrosion.

The worst affected areas were the frame and suspension – considering the Tacoma is marketed as an offroad vehicle, owners were not too happy.

Here’s what they had to say:

“Frame has been excessively rotted like many other Tacomas in this year. There is no remedy being given by a Toyota rep.”

“The vehicle has an excessively rotten frame. The car was inspected by Toyota dealer confirming the issue.”

The 2009 was also notorious for its leaf springs which were easily broken as well as paint peeling on the roof.

The 2009 Tacoma had a total of 120 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 571 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Radio turns off without warning
  • Parking lights overheating, cracking, and bubbling 
  • Clutch slipping
  • Rusting
  • Paint flaking off

2008 Toyota Tacoma

The 2008 Tacoma, much like the previously mentioned 2009 model year, had severe premature frame and suspension rusting issues.

The rust was so bad that some owners reported that their truck had fallen apart whilst driving.

Owners also reported that the truck would accelerate when the brakes were pressed as described by one owner, below.

“A car was stopped at a traffic light ahead of me. As I approached the intersection I applied the brakes as I normally would. The vehicle acceleration increased. As I put more pressure on the brake pedal the vehicle continued forward, striking the rear of the vehicle ahead.”

The 2008 Tacoma had a total of 62 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 500 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Engine will not start
  • Sudden unintended acceleration
  • Paint chipping
  • Clear coat flaking

2007 Toyota Tacoma

The 2007 Tacoma also suffered from major suspension and frame rust.

Here’s one unhappy owners testimony:

“The entire chassis is rusted underneath! This vehicle is only 14 years old and the brake lines are completely rusted, the rear bumper cross arm that holds the frame from side to side is rusted. Multiple parts under the rear are having to be replaced due to the rust!”

The 2007 Tacoma had a number of complaints for accelerating on its own when the brake was pressed and a number of complaints for severe paint fading.

The 2007 Tacoma had a total of 84 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 640 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Accelerator sticking
  • Clear coat peels and cracks when waxed
  • Accelerated without warning
  • Rusting
2005 – 2007 Toyota Tacoma

2006 Toyota Tacoma

Of all the model years ever produced under the Tacoma nameplate, the 2006 Tacoma was statistically the most problematic in terms of overall complaints and problems logged on CarComplaints.com and CarProblemZoo.com.

The 2006 Tacoma was plagued by severe frame and suspension rust.

Owners also reported the vehicle would accelerate on its own after pressing the brakes, and owners reported problems with the airbag system which caused the airbag warning light to stay on.

The 2006 Tacoma had a total of 72 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 923 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Severely rusted frame
  • Frame broke through around motor mount
  • Paint flaking off
  • Vehicle accelerates on its own

2005 Toyota Tacoma

The 2005 Tacoma, much like its surrounding model years, was completely plagued by rust issues.

Mounts, arms, brackets, suspension and chassis were the worst affected parts.

Paint fading and flaking was also widely reported.

As was the common issue of the vehicle accelerating on its own, here’s one owners testimony:

“While driving my 2005 Toyota Tacoma truck, I approached a stop sign and applied pressure to the brakes. Instead of slowing down, the truck suddenly accelerated. To avoid hitting a car in front of me, I swerved into a yard and put the truck into neutral. This enabled me to bring the truck to a complete stop.”

The 2005 Tacoma had a total of 46 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 842 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Paint peeling
  • Excessive paint chipping
  • Vehicle accelerates on its own

2004, 2003 and 2002 Toyota Tacoma

In terms of problems and complaints, not much has changed for the 2004, 2003 and 2002 Tacomas.

Much like several of their successors, these trucks suffered from excessive rust and corrosion, with many specifying that the vehicle’s frame was completely rusted through, rendering the vehicle unsafe.

Unlike their successors, these vehicles were not as badly affected by the vehicle accelerating on its own issues.

  • The 2004 Tacoma had a total of 22 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 508 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.
  • The 2003 Tacoma had a total of 15 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 446 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.
  • The 2002 Tacoma had a total of 20 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 416 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Frame rusting
  • Front disc brake vibration
  • Windshield noise
  • Differential failure
  • Cruise control malfunctioning
2002 – 2004 Toyota Tacoma

2001 Toyota Tacoma

Despite the numerous recall campaigns, the 2001 Tacoma, much like all the other older model years on this list, suffered from tremendous rust and corrosion concerns.

Owners have primarily reported rusted frames, bolts, mounts, shocks, and supports which eventually affected the suspension system, transmission system, and engine system. 

The 2001 Tacoma had a total of 15 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 481 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Frame has premature failure
  • Premature uneven brake wear
  • Brake pedal unexpectedly goes to floor

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What Years Have The Most Complaints?

The Tacoma has been through some ups and downs. It is important to know the statistics behind each model year, particularly the complaints and problems from CarComplaints.com and CarProblemZoo.com 

Listed below are the number of reported complaints and problems for each model year of the Tacoma. 

Model YearComplaints
(CarComplaints.com)
Problems
(CarProblemZoo.com)
2023 Toyota TacomaNANA
2022 Toyota Tacoma212
2021 Toyota Tacoma147
2020 Toyota Tacoma1371
2019 Toyota Tacoma24208
2018 Toyota Tacoma21208
2017 Toyota Tacoma88239
2016 Toyota Tacoma159361
2015 Toyota Tacoma45100
2014 Toyota Tacoma27112
2013 Toyota Tacoma47146
2012 Toyota Tacoma69382
2011 Toyota Tacoma61201
2010 Toyota Tacoma44299
2009 Toyota Tacoma120571
2008 Toyota Tacoma62500
2007 Toyota Tacoma84640
2006 Toyota Tacoma72923
2005 Toyota Tacoma46842
2004 Toyota Tacoma22508
2003 Toyota Tacoma15446
2002 Toyota Tacoma20416
2001 Toyota Tacoma15481
2000 Toyota Tacoma7262
1999 Toyota Tacoma13292
1998 Toyota Tacoma7355
1997 Toyota Tacoma6144
1996 Toyota Tacoma1317

What Problems Do Toyota Tacoma Have?

  • Paint peeling
  • Not shifting properly
  • Accelerator sticking
  • Soy-based wiring chewed by rodents
  • Delayed engagement of “Drive” during cold temperatures
  • Hesitation
  • Hard shifting
  • Radio turns off without warning
  • Parking lights overheating, cracking, and bubbling
  • Clutch slipping
  • Clear coat peels and cracks when waxed
  • Severely rusted frame
  • Paint flaking off

Related: 11 Most Common Toyota Tacoma Problems (Explained)

What Are The Best Alternatives To The Toyota Tacoma?

The Tacoma secured a good score of 7.2 out of 10, with a fuel economy rating of 17 to 20 miles per gallon for city driving and 20 to 24 miles per gallon for highway driving. 

Take a look at how it fares against direct competitors in the current market in terms of fuel economy, pricing, and overall score. 

Make & ModelScoreMSRPFuel Economy (MPG)
Honda Ridgeline8.3$38,800 – $46,230City: 18 /Highway: 24
Hyundai Santa Cruz8.2$25,450 – $40,320City: 19 – 22 /Highway: 25 – 27
Nissan Frontier7.8$29,190 – $39,120City: 17 – 18 /Highway: 22 – 24
Chevrolet Colorado7.7$26,135 – $45,200City: 16 – 20 /Highway: 18 – 30
GMC Canyon7.7$26,800 – $45,000City: 17 – 20 /Highway: 24 – 30
Ford Ranger7.3$27,400 – $40,945City: 19 – 21 /Highway: 19 – 26
Toyota Tacoma7.2$27,250 – $49,390City: 17 – 20 /Highway: 20 – 24
Ford MaverickNA$22,195 – $27,955City: 22 – 32 /Highway: 29 – 33
Jeep GladiatorNA$38,305 – $50,250City: 16 – 22 /Highway: 22 – 28

Source: cars.usnews.com, edmunds.com

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References

https://www.caranddriver.com/toyota/tacoma-2022

https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/toyota/tacoma

https://www.carcomplaints.com/Toyota/Tacoma/

https://www.carproblemzoo.com/toyota/tacoma/

https://www.edmunds.com/toyota/tacoma/

https://www.kbb.com/toyota/tacoma/

https://www.jdpower.com/cars/2021/toyota/tacoma

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