2015 Toyota Tacoma
15,414 Miles
$31,888

Conshohocken, PA
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2015 Toyota Tacoma
28,844 Miles
$24,700

Conway, AR
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2015 Toyota Tacoma
18,276 Miles
$31,988

Conshohocken, PA
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2015 Toyota Tacoma
43,380 Miles
$29,555

Conshohocken, PA
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2012 Toyota Tacoma
71,203 Miles
$22,795

Rochester, NY
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2014 Toyota Tacoma
41,718 Miles
$30,000

Sandy, UT
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2015 Toyota Tacoma
12,085 Miles
$30,000

Pueblo, CO
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2012 Toyota Tacoma
105,361 Miles
$22,000

Pueblo, CO
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2013 Toyota Tacoma
53,079 Miles
$27,500

Pueblo, CO
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2014 Toyota Tacoma
46,142 Miles
$25,995

Rochester, NY
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2015 Toyota Tacoma
29,023 Miles
$32,995

Salem, OR
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2015 Toyota Tacoma
22,098 Miles
$33,994

Abilene, TX
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2015 Toyota Tacoma
31,296 Miles
$28,997

Riverside, CA
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2006 Toyota Tacoma
178,453 Miles
$11,888

Freehold, NJ
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2013 Toyota Tacoma
39,019 Miles
$23,450

Freehold, NJ
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2016 Toyota Tacoma
9,957 Miles
$36,990

Granbury, TX
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2016 Toyota Tacoma
10,115 Miles
$28,989

Valdosta, GA
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2014 Toyota Tacoma
128,976 Miles
$22,889

Decatur, AL
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2014 Toyota Tacoma
122,021 Miles
$22,889

Decatur, AL
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2013 Toyota Tacoma
106,203 Miles
$23,889

Decatur, AL
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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

2007 Toyota Tacoma - Great truck, few issues

Los Angeles, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
3.0
I love my Toyota Tacoma truck. It's dependable. It has never broken down on me or had a blowout on the road. I like the roomy interior that the 4 doors afford me, as well as the practicality of having a truck bed (short) to haul and move stuff around. I have horses so it's important to have a truck to load and move food and shavings. The only complaints I have really are the interior. After about the third year of owning the truck, after all the warranties expired, things on the main console began to break or quit working. The digital navigational direction display and the temperature don't work and haven't for quite some time. I decided it was too expensive to replace as the whole console above the rearview mirror would have to be replaced. The lights have also gone out in one section... (more)
Story
It's been great going to horse shows and for taking the dogs to the beach.
Pros
Dependable Easy to care for with regular maintenance Appearance Tires Easy to drive/maneuver/park
Cons
Poor gas mileage, approx. 20 Mpg Interior electronics did not last, parts/labor are expensive Cloth seats not durable and/or stain proof and/or cleanable

2000 Toyota Tacoma - Great First Truck

Los Angeles, California
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
4.0
More of a marathon runner than a sprinter. With almost 200,000 miles, the truck is still running strong. The main drive system is in good shape with few issues over the years other than wear and tear on some of the most used parts. Maintenance costs are low and the truck is cheap to fix when it needs work. The truck has plenty of power to haul and get around town. It is a great entry-level truck for light-duty work and will last for many years to come.
Story
You can't have a tailgate without a truck that has a tailgate. This truck has weathered many a college football tailgate. The bed has plenty of room to store a cooler or two, a grill, tables and an easy up. It may be tight to squeeze four people in the cab, but it'll be well worth it, once you get into the stands.
Pros
The truck is very reliable and will last so long as it is well maintained. It has a timeless body style that has yet to go out of style. It has plenty of power for the average person, unless you are trying to tow a large trailer or haul a load of bricks.
Cons
The ride isn't the most comfortable, but then again it is a truck. If it was a little heavier, the ride may be smoother. Also, the gas mileage isn't the best - but at 17 mpg, it is better than some of the full size trucks from around the same era.

1997 Toyota Tacoma - Best truck ever made by Toyota

Greensboro, North Carolina
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
I drive a '97 Tacoma and it's almost old enough to qualify for antique status. Why would I drive a truck this old? It takes everything I throw at it and keeps coming back for more. I've put nearly two hundred thousand miles on this one vehicle. No mechanical problems at all but I did eventually wear out the clutch and had to replace it.
Story
Once I had to drive to the beach to load furniture from an old house. It was way more stuff than I thought. I kept stacking and tying until the truck looked like something the Beverly Hillbillies were driving. When I got on the expressway going back the truck was doing great despite the heavy, unwieldy load. I thought--I got this, I'll just drive slow. That was when the heavens opened up and i... (more)
Pros
It has hauled stuff so heavy the tires were squashed. The truck bed still looks great. I've put a few dings in it here and there but nothing major. The seat covers have never ripped, the dashboard looks as good as the day I bought it. I've had every other model of truck made and they never could take the abuse and daily wear and tear like this truck has.
Cons
The top negative things about this truck are really so minor they don't bear mentioning. For example, the hubcaps can pop off if the bed is heavily loaded. The radio didn't last long but it wasn't an expensive one. It came with the truck. And lastly, in extreme cold temperatures the battery can fail.