A light brown 2019 Toyota Tacoma towing an off-road vehicle over a rocky trail

2018 Toyota Tacoma in Monroeville, PA 

When it comes to mid-size pickup trucks, the 2018 Toyota in Monroeville, PA continues the platform's reputation for performance, features and reliability. The 2018 Tacoma will arrive to the Spitzer Toyota showroom during the winter of 2017-2018 and hosts several ground-breaking upgrades to make the popular midsize truck safer and more attractive to buyers. With safety being an even bigger priority to buyers, Toyota has answered that call with the Toyota Safety Sense P system; a comprehensive suite of cameras and sensors designed to prevent accidents from happening. However, all of the elements that have made the any of the many configurations of the Tacoma popular remain in place.

The physical changes made to the 2018 Toyota Tacoma in Monroeville, PA will be evident to particularly sharp-eyed visitors of the Spitzer Toyota showroom. Designers from the Toyota have sought to keep the exterior of the new Tacoma fresh by giving it a dark mesh grille for the SR and SR5 trims as well as similarly new treatments for the TRD Sport and TRD Off-Road versions. At the top of the trim ladders sits the Tacoma Limited with its Satin Chrome grille and newly added black-leather trimmed interior. In keeping with the traditionally strong off-road capability of the Tacoma, the 2018 model is universally equipped with double wishbone suspension.

A photo of a 2018 Toyota Tacoma going over a hill on a desert trail


Shoppers considering the 2018 Toyota Tacoma will have a pair of powertrain options to choose from. The base setup is a 2.7-liter, four-cylinder engine mated to either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. A very efficient V-6 option is also available.


A photo of a 2018 Toyota cresting an obstacle during an off-road run

Fuel Efficiency

An overall strong fuel economy is also on display with the 2018 Tacoma. Actual scores from the Environmental Protection Agency will vary depending on several factors. But the truck averages about 18 mpg in the city and about 22 miles per gallon on the highway.


A photo of a 2018 Toyota Tacoma pulling an off-road vehicle over a trail


The above average towing capacity of the 2018 Toyota Tacoma only adds the truck's versatility. At the bare minimum, owners will be able to tow around 3,500 pounds. Adding the necessary equipment quickly raises that number to as high as 6,700 pounds.


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