2011 Toyota Tacoma Gets Two New Limited-Edition Option Packages

2011 Toyota Tacoma Gets Two New Limited Edition Option Packages

Toyota is adding two new limited-edition trim packages for the 2011 Toyota Tacoma — the best-selling small truck in the U.S. — that are based on the Tacoma TX project vehicle shown at last year's SEMA Show. The T|X and T|X Pro packages build upon the Tacoma's current Off-Road Package by adding new wheels, exhaust and appearance items from Toyota Racing Development's accessory catalog.

T|X stands for "Tacoma | Extreme."

The standard TRD Off-Road Package, underlying both T|X editions, includes an electronic locking rear differential, progressive-rate front springs, specially tuned Bilstein shock absorbers, a 28 mm front stabilizer bar and BFGoodrich Rugged Trail tires. Added features on the TRD Off-Road Package include a 400-watt/115-volt power point in the bed, sport seats with adjustable lumbar support and unique fabric, plus an overhead console with a compass and outside temperature display.

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Base T|X trim adds beefy TRD 16-inch black alloy bead-lock wheels and 265/70R16 BFGoodrich Rugged Trail tires for extra capability off-road over the standard TRD Tacoma. It also features black tube side steps, a stainless-steel exhaust tip and unique exterior graphics. The MSRP of the T|X Package is $1,699, a savings of $754 compared with the package items ordered as separate options.

The T|X Pro Package adds performance flare with a TRD cat-back performance exhaust system that gives the Tacoma's 4.0-liter V-6 a deeper note and slightly more power. Also priced at an MSRP of $1,699, the T|X Pro Package represents a savings of $720 compared with the package contents added as separate accessories.

Both T|X and T|X Pro packages are covered under the three-year/36,000-mile comprehensive vehicle limited warranty.

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Ordering for the 2011 Tacoma T|X Pro Package will begin in July, and the T|X Package will launch two months later in September.

[Source: Toyota via AutoGuide]

Comments

@Kieth - good memory.

Nissan - The year 2000 marked the introduction of the first compact Crew Cab model

http://www.pickuptrucks.com/html/2002/nissan/frontier/first_drive.html

I was looking back and just assumed the moron I was talking to knew my truck wasn't stock buy the picture I posted in the lifted article. I saw the moron said STOCK and I geuss I missed it. It has 5" RCD lift 285/75/16 and full 3/16 skid plates from the front all the way to the transmission yoke. Frame plates are welded to the back hump of the frame so it doesn't bend when jumped. I repeatly jump the (station wagon) every chance I get. I'm a and always will be a truck guy. There are no cars,crossovers,vans, or STATION WAGONS in my driveway and never will be! My trucks have never let me down even when I try to break something, I still made it home. Fullsize trucks and all trucks have a place and purpose and has a place and purpose for someone, until you can see the place and purpose, you won't understand! You have to see with you eyes the place and the purpose.

Ever since I was little I saw my dad,my grandfarther, and uncles go threw trucks in construction, pullin, haulin, and wreckin them. They drove all fullsize makes and models and the only ones they perfer are fords. When I got my first truck it was a 83 F150 and my friend got 85 GMC serria and both of us wrecked are trucks with my wreck was worse and still drove for 6 months utill i got it fixed. Other people I know had serious accident, they drove f150s and walked away. My friend that had the gmc drives f250 now. Thats the same with other poeple but their family drives GMC,DODGE, or whatever it is and they see the same things I did growing up and experiancing the same things but its just a differant brand. Until you see with your own eyes you will never know!

lot's of twist off road"TX"-crack-there goes another frame......JAP JUNK!



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