When it comes to pickup trucks, we know that most of them can do the job, whether it’s towing or hauling, in perfect conditions. But what about when the conditions are less than perfect, and the work takes you off the comfort of the paved road? The 2019 Toyota Tacoma has made it a priority to be a pickup truck that’s not scared to go off-road, but exactly how off-road capable is it?
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Toyota understands that not every job is going to be in the most comfortable settings and that sometimes a truck just needs to be able to get down and dirty but still come out on the other side. That’s why the 2019 Toyota Tacoma is designed and built to tackle any obstacle or terrain that stands in its way.
The 2019 Toyota Tacoma offers an electronically locking rear differential and available Bilstein shocks so that no matter the terrain, the Tacoma has the power to handle it. Plus, features like Crawl Control, Hill-Start Assist Control and Multi-Terrain Select give drivers more power and control over the 2019 Toyota Tacoma for every situation. Simply put, there’s not much this pickup truck can’t handle!
Interior Features and Amenities in the 2019 Toyota Tacoma
The 2019 Toyota Tacoma is built to withstand any conditions and environment, but it’s also built to make sure the driver is always having a smooth and comfortable ride. The 2019 Tacoma’s design includes an advanced cab-to-bed-seal which means a quieter cabin, better aerodynamics and less wind noise.
Plus, the 2019 Tacoma has technology features like the Qi-compatible wireless charging, which lets the driver or passengers wirelessly charge their phones in the 2019 Tacoma. Just put your phone down and the 2019 Tacoma will do the rest, no chords or wires needed!
Want to learn more about the 2019 Toyota Tacoma? Ready to get behind the wheel of one? Contact our staff at Hesser Toyota for more information or to schedule a test drive today!