2011 Toyota Tacoma 4X2
There are 2 user reviews for the Double Cab I4 Automatic trim shown below
- Fuel Economy, Functionality, Appearance
- OEM Tires
Purchased As New
I traded in my beloved 2000 Mazda B3000 a couple years ago for my daughter's first car. Was back in the market for a basic pickup truck, and Ma zda no longer made the B Series. I looked at the Ford Ranger (styles still looks just like the B3000 I bought 11 years ago), the Nissan Frontier (gas guzzler), and the various GM compact trucks. The comparison was a no-brainer. 4 cylinder fuel economy, standard equipment (bed liner, tie-downs) and awesome, aggressive stance made it impossible to rach any other decision. I easily get 23MPG in mixed driving, the acceleration is fine, and it is solid all the way around. It was a little pricier than the competition, but well worth it. Highly recommend for anyone looking for a solid, basic pickup truck. If you want a rocket or do a lot of towing and hauling, you should probably look at the 6 cylinder model. But for commuting, weekend chores, and hauling the kids around, it is perfect. The only negative, and I knew this when I made the deal, is the tires. They are poorly rated and good for only 30K miles or so. I'll swap them with some good Yokahamas or Bridgestones in a couple of years....read morehide
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2nd Tacoma, first was double cab v6, didnt want to spend $28,000, wanted better mileage, cheaper payments, found the new for 2011 double cab 4 cylinder with auto, paid little over $23,000, its no v8 but for what i do its just fine, decent power, quieter than my v6 at highway speeds and accelerating, combined im getting around 22 mpg. got the sr5 pkg, rear camera etc, best of all it was made in the usa not mexico, where my v6 was made, had a few issues mechanically with that vehicle...read morehide
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