Toyota has made some minor tweaks for the 2020 Tacoma as it nears the end of it's current generation. The infotainment screen has grown in size, and some safety features now come standard, including collision and lane departure warning.
Drivers flock to the Tacoma for its off-road capabilities and customization, even if it isn't the fanciest truck available. The Toyota Tacoma leads the pack as America's number one selling mid-size pickup. Its nearest rivals are the Chevy Colorado, Ford Ranger, GMC Colorado, and Nissan Frontier.
Which Tacoma does Edmunds recommend?
The midtier TRD Sport and Off-Road are quite appealing. They both add plenty of features and offer a diverse options list. Of the two, theTRD Off-Roadis our pick. It enhances the truck's off-road ability while keeping the cost reasonable. While the deletion of the airdam comes with a slight fuel economy penalty, we think it's offset by the more comfortable ride provided by the smaller wheels and Bilstein shocks.