Canadian Order Book for 2024 Tacoma Has Leaked

Chris Teague
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canadian order book for 2024 tacoma has leaked

Toyota announced the all-new Tacoma a while ago, but we’ve yet to see details on the truck’s available configurations. That changed over the weekend, as The Drive found a leaked Canadian order guide for the pickup that shows the trims and options for Toyota’s newest ‘ute.

It’s worth noting that Canadian vehicles often get more equipment than equivalent American vehicles, so the options in this order guide might look quite a bit different when our orders open. Canadian TRD Sport models get luxury features, while the Sport trim gets high-end features like heated and ventilated seats, a sunroof, and a heated steering wheel.

TRD Off-Road models get a lift kit, all-terrain tires, a locking rear differential, and skid plates. Canadians can choose between short and long beds, and the manual transmission is available only for short-bed TRD Off-Road and TRD Sport+ configurations. 

While we’ll almost certainly see different configuration options when the truck goes on sale in the States, the 2024 Tacoma’s upgrades should make it a compelling choice in the class. Despite its age, it outsold its rivals last year, and the updates for 2024 will only help its cause. Toyota introduced a new Trailhunter trim with overlanding-ready equipment and beefy styling, and the truck gained new powertrain options. 

[Image: Toyota]

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  • Dukeisduke Dukeisduke on Sep 25, 2023

    I thought that was a picture from "Faster with Finnegan", I mean, "Faster with Cotten and Newbern".

  • Dukeisduke Dukeisduke on Sep 25, 2023

    As far as I'm concerned, the jury's still out on the new Tacoma. I've read about too many new Tundras with mechanical problems like failed wastegates. I'm not confident these won't have similar teething problems. Toyota should just stay away from turbos.

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    • Analoggrotto Analoggrotto on Sep 27, 2023

      the 4L will live on in the 4Runner an J300 Land Cruiser (Prado too I expect). I have the 6 speed manual version and like it a lot.

  • Shelby Shelby on Sep 26, 2023

    I owned both 4.0L and new 3.5L they have them tuned a bit differently, I liked my 4L but the gas mileage on the 3.5 is better and lots of pep with a tune!

    • Analoggrotto Analoggrotto on Sep 28, 2023

      The dual VVTi 4.0L in the 4Runner is livlier than the older single VVTi Tacoma version and gets 2-3 mpg better.

  • Lou_BC Lou_BC on Sep 26, 2023

    " GMC Canyon sales during the second quarter of 2023 kept Big Red’s midsize pickup last in its segment when ranked by sales volume. The Toyota Tacoma continued to command the top spot, while also being the only model to be in the green with a 14 percent bump to 63,262 units year-over-year, representing nearly half of all segment deliveries. The Chevy Colorado (see running Chevy Colorado sales), the Canyon’s corporate cousin, placed second with a 12 percent dip to 19,909 units. The Nissan Frontier took third with a 17 percent slide to 17,213 units, followed by the Jeep Gladiator in fourth with a 34 percent drop to 13,751 units. The Ford Ranger (see running Ford Ranger sales) took fifth with a 22 percent decline to 12,618 units. The GMC Canyon (see running GMC Canyon sales) finished out the short list with an 11 percent slip to 6,708 units"