In the market for a new compact truck?
Passport Toyota, serving the Washington DC area, highly recommends the 2012 Toyota Tacoma. Of course, if you can wait just a bit longer, the 2013 model is just around the corner. What's more, it packs a few nice upgrades that are worth the 0.6-percent increase in price.
Specifically, the 2013 Toyota Tacoma features a price range that averages out to being roughly $150 more than comparable the 2012 versions. And for that extra $150, Toyota has thrown in two new standard features that are likely more expensive than increase in price. They include...- A new standard Display Audio system with a 6.1-inch screen
- Standard Daytime Running lights
Toyota has also added a new Limited Package for Tacoma Double-Cab 4x4 and PreRunner models. It offers a wide range of enhancements, including...- Softex leather-like heated seats
- Sliding privacy rear glass
- Display Audio with Entune and JBL
- EC HomeLink rearview mirror
- 18-inch chrome clad wheels
- Limited exterior badge
- Chrome fog lamp housings
- Chrome door handles
- Chrome exterior mirrors
Everything else that we know and love about the 2012 Toyota Tacoma will be staying the same in 2013. This means you can count on having a great choice of engine options (4-cylinder or V6), transmission choices (four-speed automatic, five-speed manual, or five-speed automatic), and body styles (Regular, Access Cab, or Double Cab).
Interested in learning more about the 2013 Toyota Tacoma Simply contact Passport Toyota today. We're more than happy to answer any questions that you may have about the forthcoming 2013 Tacoma or arrange a test drive on the 2012 model at 5050 Auth Way in Marlow Heights today.