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Backed by Toyota’s heritage of toughness, it’s the pickup truck that defines off-road cred, proving itself daily as it conquers extreme terrain all over the globe. It’s the stuff that’s made Tacoma one of the most sought-after nameplates in trucks, and this rig is only getting better. New for 2018 is Toyota Safety Sense ™ P (TSS-P) 24 — an advanced suite of active, high-tech safety features. And best of all, it comes standard on every 2018 Tacoma. So wherever your weekend takes you, you can bet that Tacoma’s got your back.

See how the 2018 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 Double Cab TRD Sport compares against the 2018 Chevrolet Colorado Crew Cab 4WD Z71 Short Box. If cost is important to you, then you’ll be happy to know that a Comparably equipped price on Tacoma 4X4 TRD Sport V6 6AT Double Cab is $1,270 less than the Colorado Crew Cab 4WD Z71 Short Box. Tacoma 4X4 TRD Sport V6 6AT Double Cab has 6 Cylinders while Colorado only has 4 Cylinders. For those who need power, horsepower on the Tacoma 4X4 Double Cab is 278@6000 while only 181@3400 on Colorado. Finally, a power sunroof/moonroof is Optional on Tacoma 4X4 TRD Sport V6 6AT Double Cab but not available on Colorado

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Toyota Safety Sense™ P24

Toyota Safety Sense™ P24 combines an in-vehicle camera and front-grill mounted millimeter-wave radar for enhanced performance and more functionality. In addition to the three active safety technologies featured in the TSS-C24 package, TSS-P enhances the Pre-Collision System23 by adding a Pedestrian Detection function22, enhances LDA21 by adding a Steering Assist function20 on certain models, and adds Dynamic Radar Cruise Control19.