2017 Toyota Tacoma Diesel Review

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Even though 2017 seems a bit far from now, many cars have already been announced to be released in 2017. One of the most anticipated is the 2017 Toyota Tacoma Diesel. Toyota has better sales year by year, especially thanks to Hilux and Tacoma. Many people think these two are not as good as some pickups manufactured by Ford and Dodge, but those people are ignorant about Japanese pickups. They are equally strong as American trucks and have an appealing design. New Tacoma is coming in several different variants and today we will present general information about this pickup, with a focus on diesel model. However, there are no many reliable details about this model. Nevertheless, we took some speculations into consideration and consulted people at Toyota. The result is right in front you. We hope you will like this review and please leave a comment below if we missed writing about something you are interested in.

2017 Toyota Tacoma Diesel Engine

There will be several different engines available for the brand-new Toyota Tacoma Diesel 2017. Toyota will try to please a wide range of customers with different needs and desires. The base engine is the 2.7l inline-4 which is mated to six-speed automatic transmission. Unfortunately, there is no information about the powertrain. On the other hand, there will be (more powerful) the 3.5l six-cylinder. Unlike the first engine, this unit will have a manual gearbox.

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2017 Toyota Tacoma Diesel engine

When it comes to diesel engines you must have in mind that there will be several diesel units, which are going to vary by a country. Diesel engines are usually used on pickup trucks since they can provide best performances. A new model of Tacoma diesel is going to be offered on the American market, but there will also be some other engine options, as well.

Toyota Tacoma Diesel 2017 Interior and Exterior

Last few model of Tacoma shared the same platform with the 4Runner, and it is most likely the 2017 model will be the same. Generally, 2017 Toyota Tacoma Diesel will resemble his older brother. There are some rumors about a trapezoidal grille and new bumper. We need to wait for the official confirmation by Toyota, but it is time for them to change these features.

2017 Toyota Tacoma Diesel rear

On the inside, there will be some updates, and one of the most important is the new look. The new model will get the metallic look. We are still unsure about the technology, but even they use exactly the same features as in 2016 model, it will deliver the goods.

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2017 Toyota Tacoma Diesel Interior

The latest model used top-notch devices and there haven’t been any major complaints about it. Leather has become standard when it comes to Tacoma (and Toyota) thus the Toyota Tacoma Diesel 2017 will be wrapped in leather.

2017 Toyota Tacoma Diesel Release Date and Price

Much time will pass before we get a chance to test it by ourselves since we need to wait at least a year before launching. Price is a tricky topic since price range is quite huge.

2017 Toyota Tacoma Diesel top

The cheapest model will cost around $18,500 while the top one will have a price of $30,500. It depends on what you want to have in the car (this especially refers to the engine).

You can also take a look at the other versions of Toyota Tacoma:
2014 Toyota Tacoma
2015 Toyota Tacoma
2015 Toyota Tacoma Diesel
2016 Toyota Tacoma
2016 Toyota Tacoma Diesel
2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro

2017 Toyota Tacoma Diesel

Summary

Even though 2017 seems a bit far from now, many cars have already been announced to be released in 2017. One of the most anticipated is the 2017 Toyota Tacoma Diesel. Toyota has better sales year by year, especially thanks to Hilux and Tacoma.

Price: $18,500

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