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News 2021 Toyota Tacoma Trail Priced From $43,770 In Canada

2021 Toyota Tacoma Trail Priced From $43,770 In Canada

Like a fine wine, the Toyota Tacoma returns for 2021 better equipped than ever


  • The new 2021 Tacoma Nightshade starts at $52,150.

  • New features also added to the 2021 Tacoma.


Facelifted for the 2020 model year, the third-generation Toyota Tacoma, introduced for 2016, returns in 2021 with a pair of new trims and new standard features.

For the 2021 model year, the Toyota Tacoma will continue to be powered by the tried, tested, and true 3.5-litre V6 that can be mated to a rare 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission. The Tacoma is, as always, ready to tackle any job its owner may have for it with a heavy-duty suspension and a towing package. Newly standard for 2021 will be dual-zone automatic air conditioning and display audio system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.

There will now be seven trims for the 2021 Tacoma with the Double Cab and 5-foot bed and it all starts off with the new $43,770 Trail. It will include the automatic transmission, the Audio Plus package with Safety Connect as well as Sirius XM satellite radio, a power-adjustable driver’s seat, unique interior accents, specific 16-inch dark grey wheels, a predator side-step bars, and more.

2021 Toyota Tacoma Nightshade | Photo: Toyota

The TRD Off Road ($44,070) and TRD Off Road Premium ($47,070) return with the automatic transmission, multi-terrain select system and Crawl Control, and more. The Premium includes the Multi-Terrain View Monitor and Toyota’s Blind Spot Monitoring, a leather interior, and a moon roof.

The 2021 Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport Premium ($44,940) gets the 6-speed manual transmission. It includes the TRD Off Road model’s features plus a sport-tuned suspension and hood scoop, a leather interior, a moon roof, wireless charging, and extra safety technologies.

The Tacoma TRD Pro (6M: $52,360, 6A: $56,490) are the ultimate Tacomas. These limited production sport models adds 16-inch TRD Pro alloy wheels, TRD Pro skid plates, a TRD Pro leather interior, LED headlamps, Rigid Industries LED fog lamps, Fox suspensions and shock absorbers, and loads more TRD components.

2021 Toyota Tacoma Nightshade | Photo: Toyota

The all-new Nightshade ($52,150) slots in here with the automatic transmission, a JBL 7-speaker audio system, LED headlamps and fog lamps, power-adjustable driver’s seat, wireless charging, a unique styling package that features a premium black leather interior, special 18-inch alloy wheels, black chrome tailgate inserts, and much more.

Access Cab and Double Cab iterations with the 6-foot bed will also be offered in 2021. Pricing for the 2021 Toyota Tacoma SR Access Cab starts at $37,990 and, with the Double Cab, goes for $38,990.

Check out Toyota.ca for all other configurations of the popular midsize pickup for the 2021 model year.

2021 Toyota Tacoma Nightshade | Photo: Toyota

2021 Toyota Tacoma Nightshade | Photo: Toyota

2021 Toyota Tacoma Nightshade | Photo: Toyota

2021 Toyota Tacoma Nightshade | Photo: Toyota

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