A Toyota Tacoma gas mileage is between 19 to 20 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highway.
Toyota Tacoma 2WD 3.5L V6 Engine: 19 mpg city/24 mpg highway/21 mpg combined.
Toyota Tacoma 4WD 2.7L 4 Cyl Engine: 19 mpg city/22 mpg highway/20 mpg combined.
Toyota Tacoma 4WD 3.5L V6 Engine: 18 mpg city/22 mpg highway/20 mpg combined.
Toyota Tacoma has been the best-selling mid-size truck line for the last 17 years, so we're not surprised that they are expected to retain 60.6% of their value.
Tacomas are a good size, offer good utility, and have a comfy cabin after a recent update.
While there are some other years of this truck that have faced issues with the gearbox, the Tacomas built from 2006 to 2008 run a higher risk of experiencing transmission problems.
According to reports, higher mileage examples sometimes have trouble engaging the right gear.
The Toyota Tacoma is not the longest-lasting midsize truck on the market.
Instead, it falls in 3rd place.
This is already surprising, but what's even more surprising is that the truck that just beat it is the Honda Ridgeline.
The Toyota Tacoma is a pickup truck that has been in production since 1995, and was initially designed to replace the Toyota Hilux.
Over the course of its production, the Tacoma model has been released in three distinct generations.
The most common Toyota Tacoma problem involves the lower ball joints in 1995 to 2007 models.
A broken ball joint can cause a clunking sound and affect the truck's steering and suspension.
This issue is severe because the wheels could fall off the truck if the ball joints fail