2004 Toyota Tacoma Consumer Review: My little silver truck
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2004 Toyota Tacoma - Consumer Review

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My little silver truck
By Shipstein on

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2004 Toyota Tacoma 2dr Regular Cab Rwd SB (2.4L 4cyl 5M)

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I really like my truck. Beautiful little machine on the outside, and a no nonsense vehicle on the inside. I really appreciate the fact that Toyota allows you to purchase a vehicle without all the buzzers and bells, so many other companies make standard, and likewise cause initial sticker price to be so inflated. All my little beast has for options is the enhancement package, which completed the little guy just the way I would have wanted with AC, better stereo system, and a few upgrades on outside such as tires and rims which make the truck perfect for me and my chow chow, Ming, who rides shotgun. Keep up the great work Toyota

Best Features

Is the complete lack of, at least for me taste, worthless options, such as power windows and locks. I'm an average size adult man, I can reach over and roll down the window or lock the door without any effort at all. Useless features are not in my truck; however, ABS&Airbags are std

Worst Features

Not for me, but I do think with enhancement package a CD player should be included. I'm one of the few people who still has almost all cassette tapes. As for me, the one thing I would do is make the back window open. If I had this feature the little truck would be perfect for me.
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