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Along with their “Trail Edition” badges and expected off-road equipment, the special Tacoma, Tundra, and 4Runner Toyota introduced at the 2020 Chicago Auto Show each boast some added storage features.
All three Trail Editions are based on SR5 trim levels, offered with 2WD or 4WD, and are available in Army Green, Cement (gray), Midnight Black, and Super White, along with black badging and black seats with tan stitching. The Tacoma comes as a Double Cab extended cab, while the Tundra is a Crew Max crew cab.
At the 2020 Chicago Auto Show, Toyota raised the curtain on a trio of new Nightshade Editions due on sale this fall as 2021 models.
Joining the existing Corolla, Camry, 4Runner, and Sienna versions — all based on SE trim levels — are Nightshade Editions of the Sequoia SUV and Tacoma and Tundra pickups — all based on uplevel Limiteds. They include black leather-trimmed interiors and dark exterior trim. All are offered in Midnight Black Metallic and Magnetic Grey Metallic, with the Tacoma and Tundra adding Windchill Pearl, the Tundra topping that with Super White, and the Sequoia matching that with Blizzard Pearl.
Toyota’s popular Tacoma pickup receives numerous updates for 2020, and the company chose to show them off at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show. While most fall under the “styling tweaks” category, several others are notable equipment changes.
2016 Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport 4×4 Double Cab
Class: Compact Pickup Truck
Miles Driven: 595
Fuel Used: 30.6 gallons
Since 1998, Toyota has been offering special off-road versions of its midsize Tacoma aimed at those who venture off the beaten path. The latest, introduced today at the Chicago Auto Show, combines heightened levels of capability along with luxury amenities and modern features that make it a competent companion both on road and off.
After a long dry spell, action in the compact-pickup segment has finally started to … well … pick up.
Toyota has redesigned its compact (the company calls it “midsize”) pickup for 2016 in an effort to extend its 10-year stretch as the segment’s best seller in the face of stiff new competition.
Today Hyundai released teaser images of its long-anticipated entry into the pickup-truck market, though as it turns out, that entry is a genre-bending vehicle that doesn’t stick specifically to the standard pickup-truck layout. Hyundai says its new-for-2022 Santa Cruz “shatters both SUV and truck segments, creating an entirely new vehicle category.”