2016 Toyota Tacoma TRD Sherwood Park AB
If we have little information regarding the all-new 2016 Toyota Tacoma, we know even less about the 2016 Toyota Tacoma TRD near Sherwood Park AB. But that isnt going to stop us from giving you a rundown about what we know. For starters, the Toyota Racing Development is one of the most advanced racing programs in the industry, and they bring all of their knowledge that they use in actual race vehicles to the production models for the streets. The TRD lineup of vehicles in the past have been extremely popular, as have the available accessories to add onto non-TRD vehicles. Were sure those accessories will be upgraded along with the new truck as well.
Like we stated, very little is known for certain about the 2016 Toyota Tacoma TRD edition, other than the fact that there will be two different TRD grades and two non-TRD trims available in the model. The TRD Sport is likely going to be reserved for simple road driving in a sporty fashion, while the real excitement will be the reserved for the tough-as-nails TRD Off-Road, the grade were focusing on in this page.
2016 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off-Road Facts
One of the most anticipated new features of the Toyota Tacoma, across all grades though perhaps most exciting in the TRD Off-Road, is the inclusion of a standard GoPro mount near the rear-view mirror. Of course, youll have to purchase your own GoPro, but the fact that you can slip it right into this mount in order to record all of your off-road excursion is pretty exciting!
Some of the other confirmed new technology in the TRD Off-Road that will enhance its capabilities even more include a Multi-Terrain Select System, Automatic Limited Slip, Locking Rear Differential, Hill Start Assist Control, Clutch Start Cancel in manual versions, Active Traction Control as well as Crawl Control. The Multi-Terrain Select system will allow drivers to choose the type of terrain their driving on in order for the truck to automatically adjust settings for the maximum performance. Crawl Control allows the driver to select a certain speed between 1-5 mph in order to allow the truck to take over acceleration and braking freeing drivers to focus on steering alone. We cant wait to get this truck here in Edmonton.