1223 US Hwy 17S Elizabeth City, NC 27909 252-335-9800
Clean CARFAX Report
Retail: $22,030
Savings: $1,530
Internet: $20,500

2016

Toyota

Tacoma

TRD Off Road Access Cab 6' Bed V6 4x4 AT (Natl)

115,515

Automatic

5TFSZ5AN9GX009528

M09528

3.5L V6 DOHC 24V

Cloth

BLUE

4WD

Truck

NC


CARFAX Snapshot
No Accidents No Accidents Reported
CARFAX 1-Owner CARFAX 1-Owner
Service History Records 16 Service History Records
Estimated By E.P.A.
City
18
Hwy
23
Actual Mileage May Vary

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Vehicle Options


  • 4x4
  • Air Conditioning
  • Alarm System
  • Alloy Wheels
  • AM/FM
  • Anti-Lock Brakes
  • Bluetooth
  • CD
  • Driver Airbag
  • Extra Cab
  • Fog Lights
  • Front Side Airbag
  • Heated Exterior Mirror
  • Keyless Entry
  • Leather Steering Wheel
  • Passenger Airbag
  • Power Brakes
  • Power Locks
  • Power Mirrors
  • Power Steering
  • Power Windows

Vehicle Description


Clean Carfax and One Owner
Toyota redesigned the Tacoma for the 2016 model year. With a more rigid frame and a new V6 powertrain, the Tacoma was more powerful, more fuel-efficient, and more capable than ever. No doubt, these upgrades, combined with interior refinements, new infotainment systems, and a handful of driving-assistance technologies, helped to ensure the Tacoma retained its decade-long status as the best-selling midsize truck in America.
When shopping for a used Toyota Tacoma, you’ll find the truck in extended cab (Access Cab) and crew cab (Double Cab) styles. Trim levels include SR, SR5, TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, and Limited. Depending on trim level and cab style, the Tacoma is equipped with a 4-cylinder or a V6 engine, 2WD or 4WD, and a manual or an automatic transmission.
When it was new, the Tacoma’s primary competitors were the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon, which offered similar levels of equipment and capability. The Nissan Frontier, a rugged truck in its own right, is a comparative bargain but by 2016 was a decade-old design.
Driving the Used 2016 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab
You need to have a clear idea about what you want in a midsize-pickup truck before choosing a used 2016 Tacoma.
If serious off-roading is in your future, you’ll want the TRD Off-Road with 4WD and an automatic transmission. If not, then a TRD Sport makes sense. Leather and several other features are exclusive to the Limited trim, while the SR is best for work instead of play. The Tacoma SR5 offers a good blend of value and equipment.
For this review, we drove two versions of the Tacoma. One was a TRD Off-Road and the other was a Limited, both in Double Cab 4WD specification with the new 3.5-liter V6 engine, 6-speed automatic transmission and 4WD.
How fast is the 2016 Toyota Tacoma?
In spite of its more powerful V6 engine, the 2016 Tacoma isn’t particularly fast. Nail the gas pedal to the floor, and it bellows with authority while delivering satisfactory acceleration. In most driving situations, though, the V6 delivers steady performance.
Neither is this powertrain refined when it comes to noise and vibration, but then again, this is a truck designed first for work, second for play, and third for just about anything except coddling its occupants.
In an apparent effort to conserve fuel, the new 6-speed automatic transmission is usually in a hurry to upshift and tends to resist downshifts. However, it faithfully holds a lower gear when driving in the mountains to help power up grades and to use engine braking when descending a hill.
Does the 2016 Toyota Tacoma get good gas mileage?
Rated to get 21 mpg in combined driving, the most efficient version of the 2016 Tacoma has the V6 engine, automatic transmission and 2WD. While the 4-cylinder engine also earns a 21-mpg combined rating, its highway average is lower than the V6 engine’s rating.
This combined average matches the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon V6, but the Chevy and GMC 4-cylinder models are slightly more efficient. And, in 2016, the reigning fuel-economy champs in the midsize-pickup-truck segment were the Colorado and Canyon equipped with a 2.8-liter turbodiesel 4-cylinder engine. They average 23-25 mpg in combined driving.
During our testing, the Double Cab TRD Off-Road V6 4WD averaged 19.1 mpg, falling a bit short of the EPA’s rating of 20 mpg. The Double Cab Limited V6 4WD landed in that same neighborhood, averaging 18.9 mpg.
How does the 2016 Toyota Tacoma handle?
The answer to this question depends on where you drive a Tacoma. In the dirt, especially with TRD Off-Road trim and equipment, the Tacoma is a natural, giving its driver boundless confidence in the face of worsening trail or weather conditions. On pavement, the Tacoma is less pleasing to drive. Slow and vague steering, front-disc/rear-drum brakes that are hard to modulate, and tall tire sidewalls mean it is wise to keep speeds in check.
How does the 2016 Toyota Tacoma ride on the highway?
Though equipped with a frame making use of high-strength steel, the Tacoma wiggles and jiggles its way across imperfect pavement. Rather than smoothing them out, this truck amplifies potholes and bumps. Basically, it rides like a truck, and in every configuration.
How does the 2016 Toyota Tacoma perform off-road?
The Tacoma, especially in TRD Off-Road specification, excels off-road. With 9.4 inches of ground clearance, Kevlar-reinforced all-terrain tires, Multi-Terrain Select driving modes, and Crawl Control technology, the Tacoma TRD Off-Road is a 4-wheeling rock star. Unfortunately, the truck’s long and flat hood obscures visibility, forcing regular stops for visual checks on tougher trails.
Are the 2016 Toyota Tacoma’s driving-assistance systems helpful?
Equipped with no more than a rearview camera, the 2016 Tacoma is refreshingly simple. The single upgrade is a blind-spot-monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert system, one of the most helpful driving-assistance technology innovations of the past decade. It came only with TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, and Limited trim levels.


* While every reasonable effort is made to ensure the accuracy of this information, we are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained on these pages. Please verify any information in question with Midway Auto Group. Online pricing does not include taxes, tag and title fees and $499 Dealer Processing extra.                  
*We are closed the first Saturday of the month. 

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2016

Toyota

Tacoma

TRD Off Road Access Cab 6' Bed V6 4x4 AT (Natl)

115,515

Automatic

5TFSZ5AN9GX009528

M09528

3.5L V6 DOHC 24V

Cloth

BLUE

4WD

Truck

NC

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2016

Toyota

Tacoma

TRD Off Road Access Cab 6' Bed V6 4x4 AT (Natl)

115,515

Automatic

5TFSZ5AN9GX009528

M09528

3.5L V6 DOHC 24V

Cloth

BLUE

4WD

Truck

NC

  • 4x4
  • Air Conditioning
  • Alarm System
  • Alloy Wheels
  • AM/FM
  • Anti-Lock Brakes
  • Bluetooth
  • CD
  • Driver Airbag
  • Extra Cab
  • Fog Lights
  • Front Side Airbag
  • Heated Exterior Mirror
  • Keyless Entry
  • Leather Steering Wheel
  • Passenger Airbag
  • Power Brakes
  • Power Locks
  • Power Mirrors
  • Power Steering
  • Power Windows
 

Clean Carfax and One Owner

Toyota redesigned the Tacoma for the 2016 model year. With a more rigid frame and a new V6 powertrain, the Tacoma was more powerful, more fuel-efficient, and more capable than ever. No doubt, these upgrades, combined with interior refinements, new infotainment systems, and a handful of driving-assistance technologies, helped to ensure the Tacoma retained its decade-long status as the best-selling midsize truck in America.
When shopping for a used Toyota Tacoma, you’ll find the truck in extended cab (Access Cab) and crew cab (Double Cab) styles. Trim levels include SR, SR5, TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, and Limited. Depending on trim level and cab style, the Tacoma is equipped with a 4-cylinder or a V6 engine, 2WD or 4WD, and a manual or an automatic transmission.
When it was new, the Tacoma’s primary competitors were the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon, which offered similar levels of equipment and capability. The Nissan Frontier, a rugged truck in its own right, is a comparative bargain but by 2016 was a decade-old design.
Driving the Used 2016 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab
You need to have a clear idea about what you want in a midsize-pickup truck before choosing a used 2016 Tacoma.
If serious off-roading is in your future, you’ll want the TRD Off-Road with 4WD and an automatic transmission. If not, then a TRD Sport makes sense. Leather and several other features are exclusive to the Limited trim, while the SR is best for work instead of play. The Tacoma SR5 offers a good blend of value and equipment.
For this review, we drove two versions of the Tacoma. One was a TRD Off-Road and the other was a Limited, both in Double Cab 4WD specification with the new 3.5-liter V6 engine, 6-speed automatic transmission and 4WD.
How fast is the 2016 Toyota Tacoma?
In spite of its more powerful V6 engine, the 2016 Tacoma isn’t particularly fast. Nail the gas pedal to the floor, and it bellows with authority while delivering satisfactory acceleration. In most driving situations, though, the V6 delivers steady performance.
Neither is this powertrain refined when it comes to noise and vibration, but then again, this is a truck designed first for work, second for play, and third for just about anything except coddling its occupants.
In an apparent effort to conserve fuel, the new 6-speed automatic transmission is usually in a hurry to upshift and tends to resist downshifts. However, it faithfully holds a lower gear when driving in the mountains to help power up grades and to use engine braking when descending a hill.
Does the 2016 Toyota Tacoma get good gas mileage?
Rated to get 21 mpg in combined driving, the most efficient version of the 2016 Tacoma has the V6 engine, automatic transmission and 2WD. While the 4-cylinder engine also earns a 21-mpg combined rating, its highway average is lower than the V6 engine’s rating.
This combined average matches the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon V6, but the Chevy and GMC 4-cylinder models are slightly more efficient. And, in 2016, the reigning fuel-economy champs in the midsize-pickup-truck segment were the Colorado and Canyon equipped with a 2.8-liter turbodiesel 4-cylinder engine. They average 23-25 mpg in combined driving.
During our testing, the Double Cab TRD Off-Road V6 4WD averaged 19.1 mpg, falling a bit short of the EPA’s rating of 20 mpg. The Double Cab Limited V6 4WD landed in that same neighborhood, averaging 18.9 mpg.
How does the 2016 Toyota Tacoma handle?
The answer to this question depends on where you drive a Tacoma. In the dirt, especially with TRD Off-Road trim and equipment, the Tacoma is a natural, giving its driver boundless confidence in the face of worsening trail or weather conditions. On pavement, the Tacoma is less pleasing to drive. Slow and vague steering, front-disc/rear-drum brakes that are hard to modulate, and tall tire sidewalls mean it is wise to keep speeds in check.
How does the 2016 Toyota Tacoma ride on the highway?
Though equipped with a frame making use of high-strength steel, the Tacoma wiggles and jiggles its way across imperfect pavement. Rather than smoothing them out, this truck amplifies potholes and bumps. Basically, it rides like a truck, and in every configuration.
How does the 2016 Toyota Tacoma perform off-road?
The Tacoma, especially in TRD Off-Road specification, excels off-road. With 9.4 inches of ground clearance, Kevlar-reinforced all-terrain tires, Multi-Terrain Select driving modes, and Crawl Control technology, the Tacoma TRD Off-Road is a 4-wheeling rock star. Unfortunately, the truck’s long and flat hood obscures visibility, forcing regular stops for visual checks on tougher trails.
Are the 2016 Toyota Tacoma’s driving-assistance systems helpful?
Equipped with no more than a rearview camera, the 2016 Tacoma is refreshingly simple. The single upgrade is a blind-spot-monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert system, one of the most helpful driving-assistance technology innovations of the past decade. It came only with TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, and Limited trim levels.


* While every reasonable effort is made to ensure the accuracy of this information, we are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained on these pages. Please verify any information in question with Midway Auto Group. Online pricing does not include taxes, tag and title fees and $499 Dealer Processing extra.                  
*We are closed the first Saturday of the month. 

Midway Auto Group
1223 US Hwy 17S
Elizabeth City, NC 27909
Midway Auto Group
252-335-9800

2016 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road Access Cab 6' Bed V6 4x4 AT (Natl)

115,515 miles, 4WD, 6 Cyl 3.5L V6 DOHC 24V

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ASKING PRICE

Retail: $22,030
Savings: $1,530
Internet: $20,500

Mechanical Condition
Body:
Electrical:
Brakes:
Tires:
Engine:
Suspension:
Paint:
Transmission:
Interior:
Exhaust:
Cosmetic Condition
Cleanliness:
Odor:
Dings:
Dents:
Paint Chips:
Windshield Chips:
Vehicle Condition
Title Status:
Vehicle Rating:
Vehicle History:
Type:
Term:
Warranty Description:
CARFAX Snapshot
No Accidents No Accidents Reported
CARFAX 1-Owner CARFAX 1-Owner
Service History Records 16 Service History Records
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 Since the first day our General Manager arrived here in October 0f 2014, we have done things differently here at Midway Auto Group.
Over the years we have listened to customers, employees and just about anyone else who had a suggestion on how we could improve our business. Here is a list of some of the things we do differently that customers seem to like:

Up front pricing
All of our cars have the year, price, mileage and options marked on the vehicle. This allows you to drive through the lot and compare vehicles without having to go inside the dealership and ask for information.

Low prices
This one was Chris's cornerstone from the start. Everyone loves saving money, so he decided that we could sell more cars for less money and everyone would be happy! When we sell 10X more cars than the average dealership, that allows us to make less money per car and pass the savings on to the customer. Everybody wins!

Every make and model
Since we don't sell brand new vehicles, we have the luxury of selling all makes and models. This gives you a better selection of cars than at any other dealership and keeps you from having to drive to 3 or 4 different places to test drive cars. We can carry everything from a Toyota Prius to a Ford F-350 Super Duty, as well as luxury cars from Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi or Lexus and economy cars from Hyundai, Nissan, Honda, or Chevy. No other dealership can compete with our diverse lineup of cars.

These are just some of the things that help us stand out from the competition, but improvement is a never ending job, so we always enjoy hearing from the most important person: YOU, our customer


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