Compare the Toyota Tacoma

Compare the 2018 Toyota Tacoma in Boone, NC

For all your hard work, towing and hauling, the new 2018 ToyotaTacoma is perfect and you can find the best setup for you by visiting our dealership from Asheville, Wilkesboro or Johnson City. We have many editions and cab configurations of the new 2018 Tacoma here at our Boone, NC Toyota dealer serving Hickory, so search through the available options before heading over today.

To give you an idea of how the new Tacoma bests the competition, we're comparing it to similar setups of the new Nissan Frontier, Chevy Colorado and Ram 1500, showing you why Toyota does the lighter to midrange pickup truck better than any other automaker. After seeing how the Tacoma bests the competition, come on over to our Toyota dealer serving North Wilkesboro and Lenoir today and we'll happily take you for a test drive.


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2018 Toyota Tacoma vs Nissan Frontier Comparison in Boone, NC

  • When comparing the smaller Access (Toyota) and Crew (Nissan) cab setups, the Tacoma begins with a lower starting price than the Frontier. This gives you more wiggle room in your budget to add more features and upgrade performance.
  • With the Double Cab TRD Sport edition of the Tacoma, you earn a combined 20 mpg for fuel efficiency, while the comparable version of the Frontier maxes out with a combined 17 mpg.
  • In similar setups, the Tacoma has a maximum towing capacity of 6,400 pounds, besting the Frontier's max 6,100-pound towing capacity.
  • In their base levels, the Tacoma's Access Cab bed has far more cargo storage capacity than the Frontier's maximum volume in its smaller bed setup.

2018 Toyota Tacoma vs Chevy Colorado Comparison in Boone, NC

  • When choosing the TRD Off-Road edition of the Tacoma, you'll be better set up for adventures off the beaten path compared to a similarly equipped Colorado. The Tacoma offers a multi-terrain select system with five different driving modes, as well as crawl control and hill start assist.
  • In those off-road editions, the Tacoma offers passenger space for four, while the Colorado only accommodates the driver and one additional passenger.
  • When comparing starting packages of both trucks, the Tacoma is more affordable than the Colorado.
  • The Tacoma comes standard with the Toyota Safety Sense P suite of driver assistance features that includes lane departure warning, automatic high beam control, pre-collision with pedestrian detection and dynamic cruise control. The only standard driver assistance feature with the new Colorado is a rearview camera.







 

2018 Toyota Tacoma vs Ram 1500 Comparison in Boone, NC

  • With the starting four-cylinder engine in the base level of the Tacoma, you'll earn pretty decent fuel economy for a truck, while the Ram 1500 starts off with a V-6 that burns far more gas.
  • When comparing similar setups - based on bed length and cab configurations - the Tacoma is pretty much always going to run more affordable than the Ram 1500, and oftentimes by considerable margins.
  • The standard Toyota Safety Sense P suite in the Tacoma better equips you for safety on the road, with features like pre-collision warning with pedestrian detection and lane departure control. The Ram 1500 doesn't offer a standard safety suite like this.
  • With the Tacoma, your standard corrosion / rust thru warranty is for five years and unlimited miles. For the Ram 1500, the same agreement is also for five years, but caps out at 100,000 miles. If you're going to put a lot of miles onto your truck right out the gate, the Tacoma is the way to go in order to get the longest protection agreement for rusting and corrosion.