2015 Toyota Tacoma
10,576 Miles
$31,995

Salem, OR
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2015 Toyota Tacoma
30,179 Miles
$26,500

Pueblo, CO
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2006 Toyota Tacoma
185,749 Miles
$12,399

Tulsa, OK
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2015 Toyota Tacoma
47,894 Miles
$27,791

Ankeny, IA
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2015 Toyota Tacoma
23,408 Miles
$27,891

San Antonio, TX
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2010 Toyota Tacoma
104,437 Miles
$20,999

Superior, WI
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2013 Toyota Tacoma
70,439 Miles
$24,994

Rome, GA
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2015 Toyota Tacoma
24,488 Miles
$28,749

Rome, GA
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2013 Toyota Tacoma
88,845 Miles
$24,493

Carlsbad, CA
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2015 Toyota Tacoma
50,961 Miles
$28,433

Costa Mesa, CA
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2016 Toyota Tacoma
11,277 Miles
$31,977

Daytona Beach, FL
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2014 Toyota Tacoma
42,887 Miles
$31,500

Boulder, CO
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2012 Toyota Tacoma
70,941 Miles
$25,500

Boulder, CO
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2013 Toyota Tacoma
79,096 Miles
$25,500

Boulder, CO
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2016 Toyota Tacoma
19,095 Miles
$37,990

Daytona Beach, FL
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2016 Toyota Tacoma
9,998 Miles
$34,989

Decatur, AL
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2015 Toyota Tacoma
5,483 Miles
$29,977

Daytona Beach, FL
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2015 Toyota Tacoma
30,786 Miles
$40,000

Boulder, CO
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2013 Toyota Tacoma
52,895 Miles
$16,650

Santa Rosa, CA
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2014 Toyota Tacoma
35,586 Miles
$20,250

New London, CT
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Toyota Tacoma Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.7
Value
4.6
Performance
3.9
Style
4.4
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.3
Maintenance
4.5

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Toyota Tacoma Owner Ratings & Reviews

1998 Toyota Tacoma - Best light four wheel drive truck ever built!

Gulf Breeze, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
The 1998 Toyota Tacoma is a solid, no frills, small pickup truck. It is extremely capable off-road as well as a comfortable daily driver. The small body size makes it easy to maneuver whether it be around trees in the woods or other vehicles in a parking lot. The on-the-fly four wheel drive enables this vehicle to switch into 4 wheel drive whenever it is needed and back to 2 wheel operation during normal conditions. The DLX regular size cab is pretty small however and may not be comfortable for taller or larger individuals. Another problem with the small cab size is lack of dry gear storage space with only inches of room available behind the seats. I have owned this truck for over 10 years and I am still very pleased with it. It has over 250,000 miles on it now and has had no major mec... (more)
Story
Their have been a handful of times when driving along the beach roads in Florida I have encountered someone stuck in the soft, white sand on the side of the road. As long as I have time I usually stop to see if they need help digging out or if the vehicle is same size or smaller than mine I may be able to pull them out. One time I stopped in the same soft sand they were stuck in and they weren... (more)
Pros
This particular model truck, the 1998 Toyota Tacoma Regular Cab Four-wheel drive DLX with a 2.7L 4-cylinder engine, is lightweight and nimble off-road. I have never been in a situation where this truck could not drive itself out of with four-wheel drive engaged. The air-conditioning continues to impress me having never needing recharging after over a decade of constant use in the Florida heat and humidity that I live in. It is still ice cold and since the cab is on the smaller side, takes a short amount of time to cool off the interior. The manual locking hubs ensure that the axle is engag... (more)
Cons
The only negatives of this particular model truck, the 1998 Toyota Tacoma Regular Cab Four-wheel drive DLX with a 2.7L 4-cylinder engine, is the lack of space in the cab for passengers and cargo. This model is a true two-seater as it has a console in the middle instead of the bench seat that some may feature so that has been a bit of an inconvenience passenger wise but nice to have cup holders and console glove box. Also, this particular year engine has a problem with the exhaust manifold cracking.

2001 Toyota Tacoma - The BEST compact Truck out there!

Slidell, Louisiana
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
It is an absolutely amazing truck. It has over 120,00 miles on it and is still going strong today, The inside of the truck has a very simple but effective design. The inside is extremely sturdy no rattles or problems with seat belts or any cosmetic item like mirrors. It is quite literally indestructible and that's just the interior. I just put some new tires on it after I used the old ones for more than 5 years and it rides so well you could swear it was a brand new car. One great thing about it is that even being one of the smallest trucks out there I have hauled more Objects with it and been able to weave in and out of extremely tight spaces that I would have never been able to achieve with a larger sized truck. I current have a tool box installed in the back and it is a perfect fit... (more)
Story
My family and friends always used to talk about how the truck was so small it was like almost a little toy truck. I was always driving people around and anytime people saw that little Gold truck coming they would be yelling and honking at me whenever I passed by around town and especially at red lights.
Pros
Compact size, Sturdy inside, Great gas mileage, Indestructible outside. Rides super smooth and can haul some of the biggest and heaviest items. I helped a friend transport Metal framing and sheet metal type items and I filled my truck up with it and it was absolutely no problem at all.
Cons
I can't think of many cons to this truck except for the fact that its only a 2 seater.

1995 Toyota Tacoma - Old reliable

Cleveland, Tennessee
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I wanted a simple small pickup after having owned two previous Toyota trucks. I was a little hesitant, as I had an '85 pickup and '86 4runner, both of which are dead simple vehicles. The Tacoma has a new motor, the 2.7 4Cyl, and IFS. I shouldn't have worried. The truck is a bit bigger, but still small and cool-feeling like my others. This is because the truck is no higher than others, but the floor is raised so there is more ground clearance, more than any other pickup of this size. It has a fine 5-speed and I have had only one problem with it: The u-joint went out on the rear driveshaft. Since this was a Spicer u-joint, it's not really Toyota's fault, just a fluke.
Story
I have taken the vehicle to many off-road spots, and it's always fun to be around guys with huge lifted trucks and tires, who don't have lockers or any real sense of how to 4wd. Even though my tires are small (32" Swampers) and I have no locker, the truck doesn't fit down in the ruts so there are many times that I have gone through a hole or over things that others can't do, or that require 44... (more)
Pros
Good power. Quite a bit more powerful than the 22RE and 22R pickups. Low maintenance. It hasn't required anything on it, even the brakes are fine. Off-road. The truck is fine off-road. It's not as good as locked pickups or trucks, but for a stock 4x4, I can go places just about every domestic pickup can't. They're too big and they just don't have the ability to off-road, they're more street cruisers/cargo vehicles. Payload. The truck carries much more, more easily, than the previous Toyota trucks. Comfort. I have the simple bench seats, the roll-up windows, a 5 speed, and manual locks.... (more)
Cons
There are no stake holders in the bed. This has long been a complaint of mine. Although there are cargo hooks in the corners, there's no place to just stuff a 2x4 in there to make a stake side pickup, or to make a temporary rack. Not a huge deal but would be nice. I suspect Toyota USA doesn't want the rollover liability if some moron top loads their truck and rolls over. The truck is light. If you drive in snowy conditions, you need to put several hundred pounds in the front of the bed to get it to be more stable. That's a problem with all small pickups, though, and the price you pay for ... (more)