2021 Toyota Tacoma MPG

February 24th, 2021 by
2021 Toyota Tacoma Off-Road

The 2021 Toyota Tacoma is an attractive mid-size pickup that’s perfect for running errands around Ventura and hauling equipment on your Oxnard jobsite. With two engine options to choose from, the Toyota Tacoma has an abundance of power and a competitie fuel economy rating for drivers to take advantage of on their daily commutes. Explore the Toyota Tacoma MPG with Ventura Toyota below, then see its features up close in our online model showroom.

2021 Toyota Tacoma MPG

The 2021 Toyota Tacoma is an attractive mid-size pickup that’s perfect for running errands around Ventura and hauling equipment on your Oxnard jobsite. With two engine options to choose from, the Toyota Tacoma has an abundance of power and a competitie fuel economy rating for drivers to take advantage of on their daily commutes. Explore the Toyota Tacoma MPG with Ventura Toyota below, then see its features up close in our online model showroom

Toyota Tacoma MPG by Configuration

There are three key factors that influence the Tacoma fuel efficiency: transmission, drivetrain, and engine. Each combination of these three systems is a configuration with slightly differing Toyota Tacoma MPG. For instance, 4×2 (2-wheel drive) drivetrains get better fuel economy than 4×4 (4-wheel drive) systems and the Tacoma 4-cylinder mpg is better than the V6, and automatic transmissions get better mileage than manual. Explore the fuel efficiency specs for each Tacoma configuration below:

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 Toyota Tacoma returns to 2021 with six trim levels for Santa Barbara drivers to choose from. Some Tacoma configurations are only available on certain trim levels. See the pricing for each Tacoma trim level below, then contact our finance team to find the right financing plan for your Toyota Tacoma budget. 

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

There are two engine options available for Camarillo drivers to choose from. These engines will further determine your Toyota Tacoma MPG rating:

  • 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

Test Drive the Toyota Tacoma with Ventura Toyota 

Now that you have a better idea of the Toyota Tacoma MPG your configuration will have, stop by our Ventura showroom to see your favorite Tacoma build in person. Our knowledgeable team will help you find the right additional features and accessories for your new Toyota Tacoma. When you’re ready you can apply for financing to begin the car buying process with our finance team. Looking for something better suited for daily city driving? Explore the Toyota Camry MPG ratings today!

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