2021 Toyota Tacoma MPG

January 15th, 2021 by

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When you’re looking for a capable pickup truck for trips between job sites in Cleveland and Brunswick, you’ll need to consider fuel efficiency just as much as capability. Drivers in and around Cleveland know that the Toyota Tacoma offers up an impressive estimated 20/23 city/highway miles per gallon and up to 278 horsepower, depending on how it’s equipped. After all, depending on your chosen trim level and configuration, the Toyota Tacoma mpg will vary.

Below, our team will help you learn more about how your engine, drivetrain, and transmission all affect your Toyota Tacoma fuel efficiency. Questions about choosing the right truck? Contact us at Metro Toyota when you want to get behind the wheel.
 

 

Toyota Tacoma MPG by Configuration

Three key factors will impact your Tacoma fuel efficiency the most: your transmission, drivetrain, and engine. Depending on what combination of these three systems you choose, each configuration offers up slightly different fuel economy ratings.

For example, while 4×2 (2-wheel drive) drivetrains generally get better fuel economy than 4×4 (4-wheel drive) systems, Tacoma 4-cylinder mpg is better than the V6. Furthermore, automatic transmissions get better mileage than manual. Check out efficiency specs for each Tacoma configuration to see which offers the capability and efficiency you need:

2021 Toyota Tacoma MPG by Engine/Drivetrain

  • Tacoma V6 mpg, 4×4 6-Speed Automatic — 18/22 city/highway
  • Tacoma V6 mpg, 4×2 6-Speed Automatic — 19/24 city/highway
  • Tacoma 4-Cylinder mpg, 4×4 6-Speed Automatic — 19/22 city/highway
  • Tacoma 4-Cylinder mpg, 4×2 6-Speed Automatic – 20/23 city/highway
  • Tacoma V6 mpg, 4×4 6-Speed Manual – 17/20 city/highway

Toyota Tacoma Price & Trim Levels

The 2021 Tacoma is available in six trim levels, each with a unique set of features to meet the needs of different Brook Park drivers. Some configurations are only available on certain trims. Take a look at pricing for each trim below, and see how you can find our which configurations you like best in our our inventory:

Toyota Tacoma Price by Trim Level

  • Tacoma SR – MSRP $26,150*
  • Tacoma SR5 – MSRP $27,940*
  • Tacoma TRD Sport – MSRP $33,060*
  • Tacoma TRD Off-Road – MSRP $34,315*
  • Tacoma Limited – MSRP $38,905*
  • Tacoma TRD Pro – MSRP $44,075*

2021 Toyota Tacoma Engines

When you’re looking at the Toyota Tacoma, you have two engines to choose from to offer the power you need in Brunswick:

  • 2.7L 4-Cylinder Engine — 159 hp and 180 lb-ft of torque
  • 3.5L V6 Engine — 278 hp and 265 lb-ft of torque

Explore More Toyota Tacoma MPG Specs with Metro Toyota

Our staff is always ready to help you find the perfect Toyota Tacoma for your everyday duties and adventures. Whether you’re getting ready for Parma jobsites or adventures in Cleveland, we can help you decide which configuration will benefit you most. Get started today with our online financing tools.

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