Toyota is finally all set to drop more details about the upcoming off-road ready TRD Pro Series models of the 4Runner, Tacoma and Tundra after first revealing them in February. These trucks and SUV might not get the big engine and other mods that desert-stormers like the Ford F-150 Raptor have, but they are still a nice step up over the stock versions. All of the TRD Pro vehicles come as 4x4 models with Bilstein shocks with remote reservoirs in the rear, TRD front springs, skid plates, black wheels, retro-inspired "TOYOTA" badging and TRD-branded floor mats and shift knobs on the inside. They're available in three colors: Inferno, Attitude Black Metallic and Super White.

The Tacoma hits the market first in early August with prices starting at $35,525, plus $885 for delivery, processing, and handling, for an Access Cab V6 with a six-speed manual. Opting for a five-speed automatic brings things up to $37,390 after the destination fee. A Double Cab with a manual goes for $37,320, or $38,300 for the automatic, after the delivery charges. The 4Runner follows in September with just a single trim priced at $41,110 – $41,995 after the charge – for the V6 and five-speed auto.

Toyota is holding off on revealing more about the Tundra for now. It's coming in the fall, but the company isn't announcing prices yet. We don't have to wait long, though. "Within the next month we'll reveal that," said Toyota spokesperson Sam Butto to Autoblog about the TRD Pro Tundra's price.

Each model gets its own individual upgrades, as well. The Tacoma gets a 1.75-inches of additional wheel travel up front with softer springs, 16-inch wheels and a TRD exhaust with polished tips. The 4Runner gets 17-inch wheels and an inch of additional wheel travel in the front. Finally, the Tundra has two more inches of travel up front and 1.25 inches in the rear thanks in part to different Bilstein Zone Control three-stage shocks from the other models, plus a TRD dual exhaust. Scroll down to read even more details about these off-roaders.
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TOYOTA RELEASES PRICING FOR ALL-NEW TRD PRO SERIES TACOMA AND 4RUNNER

30/07/14 from Toyota
TORRANCE, Calif. (July 30, 2014) – Let's Get Dirty! The highly anticipated launch of the all-new TRD Pro Series from Toyota is coming soon. Serious off-roaders, professional or amateur, young and old, will soon be able to drive over rough terrain with the most adrenaline-inducing lineup of off-road vehicles Toyota has ever unleashed.

The Tacoma TRD Pro Series will start getting down and dirty when it reaches dealerships in early August, 2014 while the 4Runner TRD Pro will arrive one month later in early September. The Tundra TRD Pro will arrive this fall.

Serious Specs for Serious Off-Roaders

With each part engineered, tested and tuned by Toyota and the experts at Toyota Racing Development (TRD), the Tundra, Tacoma and 4Runner TRD Pro Series are packed with authentic off-road capability and built to be pushed to the limits. Available on 4X4 models of Tundra, Tacoma and 4Runner, all TRD Pro Series vehicles will be equipped with:

TRD Bilstein shocks with remote reservoirs in the rear, for increased oil capacity and suspension travel
TRD-tuned front springs
Unique front grille with "TOYOTA" badging (pays tribute to early iconic Toyota models)
TRD floor mats
TRD shift knobs
Black alloy wheels

A hot new color, Inferno, is joined by Attitude Black Metallic and Super White, cool classics for off-road rigs.

Macho Taco

Building on the best-selling compact pickup in the industry, Tacoma TRD Pro beefs up its off-road spirit with:

16-inch black beadlock-style TRD alloy wheels with BFGoodrich LT265/70R16 A/T tires
TRD-tuned springs with 1.75-inch lift for the front
Decreased spring rate
TRD Exhaust
Black "TRD PRO" external hard badge

Bold and Adventurous 4Runner

Adding to its off-road capability, 4Runner TRD PRO will be exclusively equipped with:

17-inch matte black TRD alloy wheels with Nitto Terra Grappler P265/70R17 A/T tires
TRD-tuned front springs, which increases the front height by 1-inch
¼-inch thick aluminum front skid plate with "TRD" stamped in large font
4Runner TRD Pro complements its extreme off-road capability with premium convenience features that include:

Entune™ Premium Audio with Navigation and App Suite
Black SofTex®-trimmed seats with red stitching
Heated & power adjustable front seats
Homelink® universal transceiver
Auto-dimming rearview mirror
Auto on/off headlights

Value Pricing

The manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) for the Tacoma TRD Pro will range from $35,525 for the Access Cab with a 4.0-liter V6 and 6-speed manual transmission to $37,415 for the Double Cab V6 with a 5-speed automatic transmission.

The MSRP for the 4Runner TRD Pro will be $41,110. Pricing for the Tundra TRD Pro will be announced in the near future.

The MSRP for the Tacoma TRD Pro and 4Runner TRD Pro does not include the delivery, processing, and handling (DPH) fee of $885. The DPH fee for vehicles distributed by Southeast Toyota (SET) and Gulf States Toyota (GST) may vary.

MODEL# MODEL GRADE MSRP

8674 4Runner TRD Pro 4x4 V6 5AT $41,110
7555 Tacoma TRD Pro 4x4 Access Cab V6 6MT $35,525
7556 Tacoma TRD Pro 4x4 Access Cab V6 5AT $36,505
7597 Tacoma TRD Pro 4x4 Double Cab V6 6MT $36,435
7598 Tacoma TRD Pro 4x4 Double Cab V6 5AT $37,415


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      Hernan
      • 4 Months Ago
      It may not be pretty, but that 4-Runner looks ready to eat you if you look at it funny.
      Jeff Vilaysane
      • 4 Months Ago
      4Runner has a face only a mother could love.
      Avinash Machado
      • 4 Months Ago
      Love the classic Toyota badges.
      sfblog
      • 4 Months Ago
      So what are the differences between the upcoming Tacoma Pro vs the current Tacoma TX Baja?
      Renaurd
      • 4 Months Ago
      When ugly has a relapse.
      border411@yahoo.com
      • 4 Months Ago
      I agree that the 4runner looks HORRIBLE, but that Tacoma.....well....that is awesome! Just wish it would come in nice clean Silver.
      Revis Goodworth
      • 4 Months Ago
      Unimpressive cross dressing of a line of third rate products.
      Larry Litmanen
      • 4 Months Ago
      I'd get a Toyota pick up over Ford Raptor. You take Raptor off road and your frame bends after a few jumps.
        carguy1701
        • 4 Months Ago
        @Larry Litmanen
        The Raptor frame issues occurred because the trucks in question were driven at high speeds with the governor removed. You jump it at lower speeds, you won't have that issue. Dumbass.
          Mike
          • 4 Months Ago
          @carguy1701
          Anyone dumb enough to jump their personal rig is an idiot. Dedicated BAJA race rig, fine...it's going to be rebuilt anyhow from the ground up. Personal vehicle, uhhh...no.
      Adam Giguere
      • 4 Months Ago
      dat orange
      Lab Rat
      • 4 Months Ago
      A real Raptor competitor made from a Tundra would be sweet.
      sirjaysmith
      • 4 Months Ago
      As a die hard Jeep lover, that 4-runner looks badass!
      charles
      • 4 Months Ago
      Sad. $40,000 for badges and decals. The one thing that might prevent you from getting stuck, a factory limited slip differential, is not even an option. Sad. I don't see a picture above that I couldn't drive a 1970's station wagon over.
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