2014 Toyota Tacoma Gets Price Increase
- The base 2014 Toyota Tacoma starts at $18,735, reflecting a $250 price increase over the 2013 model.
- The 2014 Tacoma can be equipped with a new SR appearance package, which includes overfenders and smoked headlight lenses.
- The SR package ranges in price from $665-$840, depending on the model.
TORRANCE, California — The base 2014 Toyota Tacoma starts at $18,735, including an $860 destination charge, reflecting a $250 price increase over the 2013 model, according to Toyota. The carryover 2014 Tacoma goes on sale later this month in the U.S.
The Tacoma X-Runner sport truck is discontinued for 2014.
The top-of-the-line 2014 Tacoma Double Cab 4x4 V6 L/B starts at $29,145, including shipping, reflecting a $100 price increase over the 2013 model.
The 2014 Tacoma can be equipped with a new SR appearance package, which includes overfenders, upgraded door handles, bumpers, grille surround and mirrors, along with smoked headlight lenses. Models with the V6 engine also get foglights with the SR package.
The SR package ranges in price from $665-$840, depending on the model.
The SR package is available for the Tacoma PreRunner and 4x4 Access Cab base grade models. The package starts at $665 for the PreRunner Double Cab 4x2 model with a four-cylinder engine and a four-speed automatic transmission. The package starts at $840 for the PreRunner Access Cab 4x2 model with a V6 engine and a five-speed automatic transmission.
The Tacoma gets two new exterior colors for the new model year. They are Silver Sky Metallic and Blue Ribbon Metallic.
The 2014 Tacoma undercuts its chief Japanese rival, the 2013 Nissan Frontier. The 2013 Frontier starts at $22,875, including an $845 destination charge, according to Nissan North America. The company has not posted 2014 Frontier pricing.
The new 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon will debut in 2014. Pricing on GM's Tacoma rivals has not been announced.
Edmunds says: The price creeps up a bit on the 2014 Toyota Tacoma, but the automaker still manages to keep it below the critical $20K mark.