18/22  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
7.7  Sec.
0-60 MPH
60.5-73.7 in. Bed  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Toyota Tacoma?

When it comes to your selection of a new truck, you understandably may have a strong focus centered on the 2018 Toyota Tacoma. This year's Tacoma is an improvement off of the 2017 model, which was notably the best-selling vehicle in its class. Toyota did many things right with the interior and exterior design of the 2017 model, and it made minimal changes in these areas of the truck. However, this midsize truck was enhanced substantially in the safety department, making it an improved spinoff of the 2017 Tacoma. There are six unique trims available for the 2018 Toyota Tacoma. With different engine and cabin options available, truck buyers can choose from 30 unique options. All of these possible vehicle configuration options are loaded with the new Safety Sense P system. This system is a notable improvement over the safety capabilities of the previous year's capabilities. In this safety package, you will benefit from a lane departure detection feature, auto high beams, pre-collision with a pedestrian alert function, radar cruise control and sway warning.

2018 Toyota Tacoma

Trims & Features

In all six of the 2018 Toyota Tacoma trims, the interior is enhanced with exceptional features that make it convenient to drive on a daily basis. The basic features in all of these trucks for 2018 include illuminated dual vanity mirrors, side mirrors with a heating function and turn signals in them, a tilt steering wheel with adaptive cruise control and sound controls on it, keyless door locks and ignition starter, power one-touch windows, multiple cup holders, storage compartments and more. Your Toyota sales representative can tell you more about the different trims that you can choose from for the 2018 Toyota Tacoma. These are the high-end TRD Pro, the Limited, the Tacoma TRD Sport, the TRD Off-Road, the Tacoma SR 5 and the base SR Tacoma.

2018 Toyota Tacoma


Most trims for the 2018 Toyota Tacoma are available with either a four-cylinder or six-cylinder gas engine. The torque ranges from 180 to 279 foot-pounds, and the horsepower spans from 159 to 280 depending on your engine choice. Remember that the engine in your new truck will be enhanced by an independent front suspension, traction control, a six-speed transmission, four-wheel drive and stability control for excellent performance regardless of road conditions.


2018 Toyota Tacoma InteriorFinding a safe truck to buy is a top priority for many of today's buyers, and the Safety Sense P feature can give you peace of mind when cruising alone or with loved ones in the truck with you. However, your experience does not stop with this new safety feature. The 2018 Tacoma also comes with a full range of other standard safety equipment, such as airbags, headrests, engine immobilization, front tow hooks, anti-lock brakes, front disc brakes, rear drum brakes and several other features that can help you to feel secure while driving in your new truck. Your decision to buy a new midsize truck may also be dependent on safety test ratings, and the 2018 Tacoma passed multiple tests with flying colors. The IIHS rated the new Tacoma in five safety areas, and this 2018 pickup earned the highest grade possible in these areas. U.S. News issued a 9.3 score for safety based on a 10-point rating system for the Tacoma's safety. NHTSA rated this truck with four of five possible stars for the overall safety category.

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