Rough and Tough 2016 Toyota Tacoma Still Sets the Standard for Midsize Trucks

The category-leading 2016 Toyota Tacoma gets a new cabin structure, new powertrains, a tuned suspension, and an improved feature set—plus cabin improvements that make these trucks significantly quieter inside, but it's still one of the roughest, toughest midsize pickups on the market.

The Tacoma has five trim levels in the model line: basic SR, SR5, TRD Sport and TRD Off-Road, and Limited. Touching on the Tacoma's longstanding rep as the go-to truck for outdoor sports, the Tacoma comes standard with a GoPro mount at the rearview mirror. Other new features include a locking, damped tailgate; a four-panel folding bed cover; Qi wireless charging; leather; a moonroof; pushbutton start; and dual-zone automatic climate control. On the infotainment front, all models now get improved touch-screen audio, and most models are compatible with a new Scout smartphone-based navigation system.

Both four- and six-cylinder models manage respectable fuel economy figures for its class. Automatic, rear-drive, four-cylinder models earn 19 mpg city, 23 highway, 21 combined.

Our sales team at Toyota of Hattiesburg is ready to answer all your questions about the new 2016 Tacoma. Stop by today or call (888) 379-6947 to schedule a test drive.

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