When Toyota Tacoma was named "Truck of the Year, I think it was done because of brand name only. When I looked at the Tacoma, I noticed that it did not have full-boxed frame. Part of the frame was 'C' channel. The concept of a composite bed is nice on paperwork but the practical aspect is not. A pickup truck's rear end is light enough without making it lighter by using a composite bed. The V6 in the Frontier is generations ahead of the Tacoma in efficiency (hp to ci) and it's done with 87 octane not 90+ as recommended by Toyota.
265hp & 6sp on 87octane
OEM tires Door panel quality Skid plates are a bit on the thin side compared to the ones on my 95 Sonoma 4x4.