When looking for a new pickup truck to get the job done, there is a lot to look at and compare that sometimes some important information gets missed. To help with your next comparison, we put the 2018 Toyota Tacoma and the 2018 Honda Ridgeline side by side to see how they stack up to one another.
When we compared the two trucks, we found that the 2018 Tacoma is the better option for drivers looking for a better price and a higher towing capacity. The 2018 Tacoma is able to tow up to 1,800 pounds more than the 2018 Ridgeline while still getting 20 mpg and 24 mpg for city and highway driving.
Continue reading to take a closer look at the comparison between these two vehicles and to learn more about the 2018 Toyota Tacoma at Nashville Toyota North.
The 2018 Toyota Tacoma is offered in six different trim levels – SR, SR5, TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, Limited and TRD Pro. Drivers will also have the choice between ten different exterior paint colors to choose from including Blazing Blue Pearl, Midnight Black Metallic, Barcelona Red Metallic and more.
Crawl Control, Hill Start Assist Control, Multi-terrain Select and the electronically locking rear differential all make the 2018 Tacoma more than capable to travel off-road. The 2018 Tacoma is also built with high-strength steel to help optimize safety and performance while maintaining the toughness that you expect. While travelling off-road, take advantage of the standard GoPro® mount on the windshield to capture all your favorite adventures.
Stop by Nashville Toyota North today to learn more about the 2018 Toyota Tacoma and all of the other features that it has to offer.