2014 TOYOTA TACOMA
Value and quality found throughout. Lives up to reputation. To and from work and recreational use, decent gas mileage, even when towing.
2003 TOYOTA TACOMA
I use this truck for work. I like the TRD, SR-5, and pre runner
features, the low mileage and the Toyota reliability.
by TOYOTA OWNER
2001 TOYOTA TACOMA
Just needed a truck. This one was in good shape, very little rust of body damage and 128K miles. Just a basic little pick up with a tool box, auto transmission, a radio, roll up windows, and a smooth running engine. Everything worked. Not much could go wrong for $1900. Makes a good "inner city stealth truck" that you don't have to worry about!
by VINS NASH
2003 TOYOTA TACOMA
This was a tough, reliable little truck. We bought it to haul landscaping materials but ended up hauling household goods on several interstate trips. Never gave us any problems except the radio failed (and was replaced under warranty). Highly recommended!
by SCOTT IN SOCAL
2004 TOYOTA TACOMA
This is a pretty and dependable truck that I can use for work and commuting. With a v6, make sure your replace the timing belt every 100,000 miles. This model is the energizer bunny of the truck world. It keeps going and going and going.
2006 TOYOTA TACOMA
Awesome truck! I would advise any one looking to get a truck to strongly consider the Toyota tacoma. Longevity and excellent resale value.
2004 TOYOTA TACOMA
2004 Toyota Tacoma 4dr Double Cab PreRunner Rwd (2.7L 4cyl 4A) I bought it used in July 15. 112K miles, very well maintained. Toyotas are popular around here and for good reason: They're tough, reliable and very well made. MPG has been better than the EPA estimate: I get 20.3 in the city and 23.4 on the the highway. Power on 2.7L 4cyl is good but not great, I knew that and I'm fine with it because this is the truck I really need for commuting and take a ride with my family. I love the outside and inside looks. This design was better that the 2nd generation. I see a bunch of 2nd gen Tacomas everywhere but a Tacoma like this just few people still driving this pretty small truck.
Used Toyota Tacoma Information
The best-selling midsize pickup truck on the market, the Toyota Tacoma was introduced as a compact truck in 1995 and became a midsize offering ten years later. The Tacoma replaced the Toyota Pickup, though the name change was not complete immediately with some 1996 models retaining the Pickup title. The new Toyota Tacoma was meant to be central to the North American market, which had different needs from the other compact truck markets around the globe.
Three engines were available in the first-generation Tacoma, including 2.4-liter and 2.7-liter four-cylinder options and a 3.4-liter V6. Today, four-wheel drive versions of the original Tacoma are often prized used car purchases, even at high mileage and rough use. Cosmetic changes and a handful of updates during the ten year span of the first-generation Toyota Tacoma kept it fresh enough to remain a high-selling truck on the market.
The second- and current-generation of the Tacoma entered the market in 2005. Bigger and more powerful, this Toyota Tacoma has several configuration options and two engines, a 2.7-liter four-cylinder and a 4.0-liter six-cylinder. Both were similar to engines carried over from the later models of the previous generation, though their design was new.
Restyling changes since 2005 have seen the Tacoma get some updates in its look. On the used market, Tacomas with the "chrome" package trims (chrome grille, running boards, etc) are most sought-after, but all Toyota Tacoma models sell well as used vehicles and have high value retention.
Browse 23,565 used Toyota Tacomas in our Used Car Listings. With vehicles dating from various years, 52% have been previously owned once, while 86% have been reported to CARFAX as never having an accident.