- You can now build a 2020 Toyota Tacoma on the official configurator.
- Prices for the base SR trim starts at $27,145, including $1,095 destination.
- The top-end Tacoma TRD Pro starts at $45,055.
- Army Green and Magnetic Gray Metallic are two new TRD Pro colors for 2020.
The 2020 Toyota Tacoma configurator is live.
We’re another model year into the life of Toyota’s best-selling truck, and as you’d expect, things have gotten more expensive. The 2020 Toyota Tacoma sees a price increase across the board. The configurator is live, although at the moment it does not appear to be 100 percent functional.
The configurator will not currently let you build a Tacoma Limited at time of writing. However, the main page for the 2020 model still shows a Limited version available. At the moment, most color options say “out of inventory”. Interestingly, the 2020 configurator does show the option for the less powerful 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine on Double Cab versions of the SR5.
Changes for 2020
The 2020 Toyota Tacoma sees a host of minor changes from the previous model year. There are new LED headlamps on TRD and Limited models. There’s a new Multi-Terrain Monitor and Panoramic View Monitor available on higher trims. Toyota Safety Sense P is now standard, a power-adjustable seat is available on V6 models from the SR5 on up, and the infotainment system has been updated to support Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
You can reach the configurator site here. The trim levels are the same as they were before, as are most of the options. However, the TRD Pro gets two new colors in the form of Magnetic Gray Metallic, which was already on other Tacomas in 2019, and Army Green, the TRD Pro’s new bespoke color. Voodoo Blue looks like it is still available on the 2020 truck, but not on the TRD Pro.
2020 Toyota Tacoma Pricing
These prices reflect the starting MSRP for each trim level on the 2020 Toyota Tacoma. Each price includes a $1,095 destination fee.
|SR5||$29,810* ($33,210 shown)|
*The 2020 Toyota Tacoma configurator currently shows a 2.7-liter option for the Double Cab SR5. That was not an option for 2019 models through the configurator.
**The Tacoma TRD Pro is less expensive than the “Starting MSRP” shows when equipped with a manual transmission.
This post may be updated as the configurator page (and price) changes.
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