2022 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro for Sale in Warwick, RI
The Toyota Tacoma continues to maintain its long run as a reliable, rugged trailblazer and work truck alike. It caught the attention of adventure enthusiasts when it debuted in 1995, and the TRD Pro variation has come to be known as the ultimate Tacoma for driving in the dust. Vehicles in Toyota’s TRD Pro line are designed for maximum off-road potential by using components engineered by the renowned Toyota Racing Development team. There’s a good buzz of anticipation for the 2022 edition of the Tacoma TRD Pro, and we’ll tease you with some details right here.
The ’22 Tacoma TRD Pro will of course have a slew of off-road features, like TRD-tuned Fox internal bypass shocks that provide exceptional performance on and off the pavement. The suspension has been lifted, too: 1.5 inches in front and 0.5 inches in back. Couple that with the ’22 Tacoma TRD Pro’s exceptional 36.4-degree approach angle, 24.7-degree departure angle, and 26.6-degree breakover angle, all of which are improved from the 2021 version.
All-new TRD-engineered upper control arms, which are built with machine-forged aluminum construction for high strength, make the most of this increased lift by allowing the Fox shocks to take advantage of the added rebound stroke (created by the increased lift) by adjusting the ball-joint mount’s angle. What’s more, the ’22 Tacoma TRD Pro looks as confident as ever with Goodyear Territory all-terrain tires wrapped around trim-specific black wheels with a refreshed design.
Looks matter in the automotive world, and Toyota has not only made the ’22 Tacoma TRD Pro undeniably handsome, but it offers colors to complement that rugged and balanced appearance. The brazen but beautiful Electric Lime Metallic joins the palette alongside Super White, Magnetic Gray Metallic, and Midnight Black Metallic. The rear bumper, door handles, and side mirrors (with integrated turn-signal indicators) will all be color-keyed, while the badging, hood scoop, and overfenders will be black. As before, the TRD Pro is immediately differentiated visually from the other Tacoma trims by its retro-inspired TOYOTA grille, which replaces the logo seen on the rest of the lineup.
Powertrain and Amenities
The ’22 Tacoma TRD Pro will have a stalwart 3.5-liter V6 that makes 278 hp and 265 lb.-ft. of torque. Buyers will be able to choose between a six-speed manual transmission and a six-speed automatic; four-wheel drive is standard. Other features of note will be an aluminum front skid plate with red TRD lettering, LED headlights, Rigid Industries LED fog lights, a cat-back exhaust, a Multi Terrain Monitor (which lets you scan your surroundings for obstacles), an infotainment system with an 8-inch touchscreen, both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a 4.2-inch color Multi-Information Display, black leather heated front seats with TRD Pro logos embroidered on the headrests, a TRD shift knob, and TRD Pro all-weather floor mats. A 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, a power moonroof, and a JBL Premium Audio system are standard as well – although that upgraded sound system is only standard alongside the automatic transmission. Toyota Safety Sense-P is included as well, adding a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, high-speed dynamic radar cruise control, lane departure alert, and automatic high beams.
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