Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab 2016 Strong Mighty Design – Toyota debuts TRD Pro series in 2014 with versions for Tundra, 4Runner, and Tacoma. While the Tundra and 4Runner have soldiered on unchanged since then, the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab 2016 underwent a change and is now better equipped to hit off-road high-speed courses with retaliation. Introduced for Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab 2016 expanded from TRD Off-Road Tacoma package on 4WD Double Cab Short Bed truck. That means the TRD Pro series enjoys all the same off-road equipment with the rough TRD Off-Road trim, while adding additional hardware to overcome the terrain.
Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab 2016 has a number of additional exterior outside the standard truck. Up front, the “TOYOTA” grille is reminiscent of Toyota’s past trucks, the iconic FJ. The grille is now a part of the statement for all TRD Pro models, including Tundra and 4Runner. Fascia under Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab 2016 now features LED fog lamps from Ridged Industries, a leader in off-road aftermarket equipment. The hood brings a tear like a strong and mighty attitude, while black fenders carry a rough look to the side.
The rear exterior of the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab 2016 carries the same look as the standard Tacoma, except the TRD Pro badge on the tailgate. A matching badge was found at the front door, too. The truck is available in three color options including Cement, Barcelona Red Metallic, and Super White. Wisely Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab 2016 comes with an aluminum plate under the front bumper, helping keep the drivetrain safe. Tow hook is also present for recovery operations.
The Interior is completely redesigned for the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab 2016, gaining much improvement in both content and material. The Tacoma benefits from Entune’s infotainment system with navigation, Toyota, App suite, Bluetooth, and premium audio system.
Minor details include TRD Pro-branded, Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab 2016 has an all-weather floor mat, TRD Pro shift knob, and TRD Pro logo stitched on the front seat headrests. Because TRD Pro trim sits on top of the Tacoma ranks, comes standard with leather upholstery, rear parking rear sonar, Blind Spot Monitor, and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert. Benefits of a measuring meter from a 4.2-inch TFT display showing vehicle information, along with an inclinometer and an integrated tilt gauge for off-road. And TRD Pro comes with GoPro camera integrated in the windshield, right in the rearview mirror.
The Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab 2016 engine is mated to the V-6 for a six-speed automatic transmission or six-speed automatic. Power is then sent to an electronically controlled two-speed transfer box that sends power backwards in 2WD and to four wheels in 4WD. Differential rear locking electronics further help the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab 2016. When not fully locked, the differential acts as a limited slip, adding traction in wet or snowy conditions.
The wise suspension of the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab 2016 comes with 2.5-inch Fox Racing shock absorbers, with an internal bypass. The front end has an inch lift over the TRD Off-Road package, while the rear uses a leaf spring enhanced with progressive level attenuation for off-road use.
At Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab 2016 with automatic transmission, Toyota’s Crawling Control becomes standard. The system is like off-road shipping controls that modulate the throttle and brakes, allowing the truck to crawl over obstacles at a speed determined by the driver, making the driver worry only on the wheel. In addition, the Multi-terrain Select system allows the driver to make calls on what terrain, so the truck’s computer can properly traction and ABS controls.
And the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Double Cab 2016 with manual transmission is not available with those functions, but is standard with Toyota’s Active Tractive Control, or A-TRAC system. The system uses a four-channel ABS system to control the flow of power to all four wheels without cutting the engine throttle, helping the truck apply power to the tires with the most tensile strength.