A good option if you want a rugged midsize pickup truck packed with an abundance of safety features, the 2023 Toyota Tacoma is a legendary vehicle. With a proven off-road capability that precedes expectations, the vehicle is one of the best-selling pickups in the midsize truck segment. The sophisticated safety features of the truck make it a safe and reliable option. Join us at the Novato Toyota dealership in Novato, CA, as we explore more about the safety features of the 2023 Toyota Tacoma.
Toyota has been a popular brand for its consistency regarding the latest and most advanced vehicle features. This consistency is reflected across all its vehicle segments, especially pickup trucks. Being a frontrunner in truck design and technology, Toyota aims to offer its customers the best enhancements and upgrades. Forward-thinking brands like Toyota are why the truck segment has gained so much traction among drivers lately. Buyers who want their pickups to handle off-road terrains easily while offering massive strength and capability should explore the upcoming 2023 Toyota Tacoma.
A restyled Tacoma takes over the market to uphold its capabilities and popularity as a reliable pickup truck. Toyota has built the core of the vehicle with a chassis that enables faster movement without destabilizing effects. The 2022 Tacoma cements its position in the segment for greater feats by flaunting the rakish features and boasting classier upgrades. With the 2022 model, you are offered an enhanced ride quality through the highly configurable features. The most attractive of all the available systems is the standard suite of driver-assistance technologies. Automatic transmission may have inconsistent working patterns, and the snug cabin may not be ideal for long journeys. However, the off-roading capabilities and smooth drive make Tacoma a truck worth every penny. Let’s check out the performance features of the 2022 Toyota Tacoma before you can explore more about it at Novato Toyota in Novato, CA.
Tacoma is the Native American name for the captivatingly massive active volcano in the Pacific Northwest more commonly known as Mount Rainier. The aptly named Toyota Tacoma truck does well to match the towering peak that it is named after in its powerful nature and prestige. Here we explore the capacities of the different 2021 Toyota Tacoma models and what boats you might be able to tow with them.
Toyota US Manufacturing Plants & American-Made Models
You may think of Toyota as a Japanese brand, but did you know that Toyota has been manufacturing vehicles on American soil for more than 34 years? As of 2020 there are 10 Toyota plants operating in the United States and 470,100 jobs created. In this article, we explore what Toyota vehicles are made in the USA so you can make an educated choice in buying a new vehicle.
The 2020 Toyota Tacoma delivers on many fronts, with its powerful engine options, off-road capabilities, a wealth of advanced technologies, and a bold, rugged, and durable design. The 2020 Tacoma is also a good choice for pickup truck drivers with towing needs.
There are a lot more vehicles on the market than ever before. We can find cars for just about every type of lifestyle. Whether you’re a cross-country trekker or a family on the go, there is a car for you out there. All of those choices can make shopping for a car a pretty big task.
Available engine options and power ratings for the 2019 Toyota Tacoma
High amounts of adrenaline, fun and versatility come standard on the vast majority of Toyota vehicles, but today we want to place our focus on the 2019 Tacoma in particular. This light-duty pickup is one of the strongest in its class, able to give you a pleasing yet unrelenting mix of power and efficiency; check out the available engine options and power ratings for the 2019 Toyota Tacoma with us today to learn more! Read the rest of this entry >>
It’s wet in the Bay Area, and it’s snowy in the Sierras. They call this type of warm, wet system a Pineapple Express, and earlier this week it was a warm system moving through the mountains and there was more rain than snow at lake level. But last night the temps dropped and now it’s snowing. Really snowing. So while it may be the first week of Spring, you can still ski and ride fresh powder at South Lake Tahoe resorts. So buckle up, wear your helmet, and go have an adventure!
Experts Only run at Heavenly Ski Resort, South Lake Tahoe (Photo by Erika Fish)
Watching the Winter Olympics is always fun, and we’re always sad to see the end, but if you want to experience some winter fun of your own, then it’s time to head to Lake Tahoe for skiing, boarding, and skating. While we’re not pretending to be Olympic Athlete material, we do offer excellent Toyota SUVs that can get you to and from the snow—just as local, (actual) Olympian Jonny Moseley shared with us in the Northern California Toyota Winter Olympics commercials.
With a new cold front and precipitation in the forecast, it looks like winter in the Sierra’s is still going strong. Marin County has an ideal location to take advantage of all that the Lake Tahoe Area has to offer, no matter the season. But it’s still February, so we’re still thinking about skiing and boarding, snowflakes and ice skating. Here are some ideas for enjoying the snow in North Lake Tahoe. (South Lake recs coming in next blog post.) Read the rest of this entry >>