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Here's How Much the New Toyota Tacoma Costs

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The 2024 Toyota Tacoma Starts at $32,995Mack Hogan

We've just driven the new Toyota Tacoma, one of the most important trucks launched this year, and our first impressions are very positive. Toyota on Tuesday released pricing for its all-new mid-sizer. The 2024 Tacoma starts at $32,995 for the base rear-drive SR XtraCab and prices climb all the way to $53,595 for the four-wheel drive Limited.

Here's a complete pricing breakdown for the 2024 Tacoma's many trims, including the $1495 destination fee:

  • SR XtraCab 4x2: $32,995

  • SR Double Cab 4x2: $35,195

  • SR XtraCab 4x4: $36,195

  • SR5 XtraCab 4x2: $37,695

  • SR Double Cab 4x4: $38,395

  • SR Double Cab 4x4 6MT: $38,395

  • SR5 Double Cab 4x2: $38,695

  • SR5 Double Cab 4x2 6’ Bed: $39,915

  • TRD PreRunner XtraCab 4x2: $39,595

  • SR5 XtraCab 4x4: $40,895

  • TRD Sport Double Cab 4x2: $40,895

  • TRD Sport Double Cab 4x2 6' Bed: $41,395

  • SR5 Double Cab 4x4: $41,895

  • SR5 Double Cab 4x4 6' Bed: $42,395

  • TRD Sport Double Cab 4x4 6MT: $43,295

  • TRD Off-Road Double Cab 4x4 6MT: $43,295

  • TRD Sport Double Cab 4x4: $44,095

  • TRD Off-Road Double Cab 4x4: $44,395

  • TRD Sport Double Cab 4x4 6' Bed: $44,595

  • TRD Off-Road Double Cab 4x4: 6' Bed $44,895

  • Limited Double Cab 4x4: $53,595

The base truck is $2900 more expensive than its 2023 equivalent, but the price difference isn't the same with other variants. For example, the 2024 SR5 Double Cab 4x4 is $2345 more than the 2023 equivalent, while a TRD Off-Road Double Cab 4x4's price rises by over $3145.
The Limited is quite a lot more expensive—$8670 more than the 2023 V-6 Limited 4x4's $45,925.

Pricing for the upcoming hybrid version of the Tacoma is yet to be announced. That means we'll have to wait to learn the MSRP on the hotly anticipated TRD Pro and Trailhunter trims, as those are hybrid only.

GM hasn't released pricing for the 2024 Canyon or Colorado, though it's worth noting that the base 2023 Colorado carries a $30,695 sticker. Ford is also yet to release 2024 pricing for the new Ranger, nor has Honda for the updated Ridgeline.

It's not a cheap truck, and that's before you consider the inevitable dealer markups. But buyers can at least take solace in the fact that they're getting a much better truck, and it's one with a depreciation curve that will likely resemble a straight line.

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