How much does the 2021 Toyota Tacoma cost?
There was a time, not too long ago, where the Toyota Tacoma was one of the only midsize pickup trucks available on the market. Most of the other manufacturers decided they didn’t want to offer their customers an option in this very important class. The almost uninterrupted level of success the Tacoma had during those years quickly changed their mind. As we’re all waiting for the latest version of the Toyota midsize truck to arrive at the Alamo Toyota showroom, our team is finally ready to give a little clearer answer to the question, ‘How much does the 2021 Toyota Tacoma cost?’ A base SR trim with the Access Cab will start at a little more than $26,000 with the absolute top-of-the-line TRD Pro Double Cab carrying a starting price of under $47,000. Let’s take a look at what you can expect to see.
When will the 2021 Tacoma go on sale in San Antonio, TX?
Toyota usually follows a pretty predictable pattern when they are about to start delivering vehicles to dealerships. The first sign that the vehicle-hauler is about to arrive is that our manufacturing partner releases the model’s pricing structure, which they did for the 2021 Tacoma on Aug. 20. We expect the 2021 Tacoma to arrive at the Alamo Toyota showroom in the next couple of weeks.
It’s also important to point out that new vehicle production schedules have fallen behind because of COVID-19. When the 2021 Tacoma is available, it will be in limited numbers. That means if you want to have it in your driveway as soon as possible, make an appointment with us as soon as possible.
What’s new for the 2021 Tacoma?
For the 2021 model year, Toyota is releasing a couple of special Tacoma editions, Nightshade and Trail. Both version of the Tacoma will have the same underpinnings and available powertrains that have made the truck such a success. However, Nightshade models are accented with several blacked-out features and the Trail model offers a few exciting elements of its own, including lockable storage compartments located in the cargo bed.
A Trail version of the Tacoma start at just above $34,000 with two-wheel-drive. Adding four-wheel-drive to the Trail will push the starting price to a little more than $37,000. A 2021 Tacoma outfitted with the Nightshade package will range from $40,000 to just less than $43,000.
Don’t hesitate to reach out to an Alamo Toyota product expert if you want to take the 2021 Toyota Tacoma home as soon as possible. Let us know if you’re bringing a trade-in or if you’ll need some help finding financing.