2009 Toyota Tacoma
75,204 Miles
$24,999

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109,401 Miles
$13,999

Puyallup, WA
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2009 Toyota Tacoma
77,044 Miles
$16,998

Las Vegas, NV
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2009 Toyota Tacoma
119,019 Miles
$18,599

Littleton, CO
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2009 Toyota Tacoma
108,785 Miles
$19,998

Bakersfield, CA
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2009 Toyota Tacoma
54,731 Miles
$24,998

Littleton, CO
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105,322 Miles
$12,998

Charlotte, NC
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2009 Toyota Tacoma
118,150 Miles
$17,998

Greenville, SC
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2009 Toyota Tacoma
80,910 Miles
$22,598

Salisbury, MD
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2009 Toyota Tacoma
115,152 Miles
$21,440

South Chesterfield, VA
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2009 Toyota Tacoma
92,169 Miles
$20,995

Riverton, WY
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2009 Toyota Tacoma
143,051 Miles
$11,764

Laconia, NH
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2009 Toyota Tacoma
138,078 Miles
$14,000

Laconia, NH
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2009 Toyota Tacoma
146,933 Miles
$13,784

Laconia, NH
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2009 Toyota Tacoma
203,840 Miles
$12,800

Klamath Falls, OR
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2009 Toyota Tacoma
93,855 Miles
$20,309

Sonoma, CA
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2009 Toyota Tacoma
73,994 Miles
$8,999

St. Cloud, MN
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2009 Toyota Tacoma
87,217 Miles
$10,000

Sioux City, IA
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2009 Toyota Tacoma
55,090 Miles
$9,855

Naples, FL
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70,224 Miles
$19,950

State College, PA
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2009 Toyota Tacoma Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0

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2009 Toyota Tacoma - Simple and small, but capable

Ben
Grand Junction, Colorado
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
You can not go wrong with a Toyota and I needed a truck for house projects and getting out into the mountains. Toyota's quality is top notch and their vehicle longevity is second to none. I purchased the truck with 35,000 miles and everything still felt extremely solid and nothing had fallen off or worn down. I bought the standard, no-frills edition because I wanted a truck that would work for a long time. The interior has clean lines, dials are easy to access and work, and everything cleans up well. There are plenty of cup holders. The 4WD system works incredibly well even over some of the craziest "roads" I've ever been on. Since this is the standard cab, there is not a lot of room for storing extras but there is some room behind and underneath the seat. Steering is comfortable and... (more)
Story
Driving this down Engineer Pass was a 4WD experience as the road has some do not mess up sections and it really puts the suspension to work.
Pros
The best part of this is the full length truck bed in back that can accommodate any number of things, from 6 mountain bikes plus gear to a cubic yard of organic compost or a stack of drywall sheets. If I'm going camping it's super easy to huck all the gear in the back with my mountain bike and get out of town. Oh and the dog loves the back of the truck!
Cons
The biggest drawback is the amount of secured storage space. Since it is a standard cab there's no small seat or second row like an access or quad cab might have. This isn't a deal breaker but it's something that I will consider in the future. This also means that passenger space is limited to one or two other people. I bought the 4-cylinder model as I don't plan on towing anything and while it's fully capable, it's definitely no roadster.

2009 Toyota Tacoma - An excellent pickup for the homeowner.

Tacoma Owner
Mercersburg, Pennsylvania
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
My Toyota Tacoma is a great truck for what I need. When I purchased it used, it had the check engine light on and was running in limp mode. Since I got the money issues fixed it had served me very well! I find the ability to go off-road very useful. I can drive into a field and not worry about getting stuck because I have four wheel drive. The only time I got it stuck was when I tried to buck an 18 inch snow drift and got pushed off the track into even deeper snow. I had to dig a lot of snow away before I was able to get it out. I have not used it to pull anything so can't comment on it's towing ability. I did overload it with bricks once and loaded them back too far causing the steering to be very "floaty" and dangerous. Fortunately I didn't have far to go and it was on back roads! Ov... (more)
Story
I used my truck to help chase heifers back into their pen driving all over the fields using the headlights and a handheld spotlight to see where they were.
Pros
This truck handles almost anything you throw at it even if it's not made for it. It has given me very few problems even at high mileage.
Cons
The check engine light comes on because of the EGR valve sticking. The right rear tire wears excessively due to poor torque distribution.

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