Toyota recently released the 2019 Toyota Tacoma online configurator, and it includes the TRD Pro off-road model.
2019 Toyota Tacoma
The 2019 Tacoma pricing starts with the SR extended cab with the 2.7L four-cylinder and a 6-speed automatic transmission. There is a “Utility Package” that knocks down the price by -$1,715 for the SR extended cab. The starting price is $24,880 which includes destination charges and the aforementioned discount.
The other Tacoma trims levels are still there: SR5, TRD Sport, and TRD Off-Road.
Naturally, the most interest has to do with the updated 2019 Tacoma TRD Pro, which now starts at $42,660 (before destination) for the 6-speed manual transmission. The “not a snorkel” desert air intake is an option for $725.
The online configurator currently states the TRD Pro in white and black are “out of inventory”. The Voodoo blue you see at the top here is the color that is currently able to be configured. These are the only three exterior colors currently available. The interior is only available in black.
If you want to go for the 6-speed automatic transmission, then the price will climb significantly to $45,365 (before destination). That’s approximately $2,700 more than the manual transmission.
If you choose the optional TRD exhaust system with a chrome tip, and several other accessories – you could push the price of the TRD Pro to or beyond the $48,000 mark.
Here is Nathan and Andre configuring the 2019 Tacoma TRD Pro.