Comparing the Toyota Tacoma to the Chevrolet
Finding the right truck for the right job is always
important and, if you're in the market for a mid-size pickup truck that's as
handsome and rugged as it is capable and comfortable, then the Toyota
Tacoma will leave you smiling. To show how it beats the competition,
we have it compared head to head with the Chevrolet Colorado
below. We welcome Durham, Chapel Hill, Cary, Raleigh, Apex, and Wake
Forest drivers to take a moment and read up on how the Tundra crushes
The Toyota Tacoma vs. Chevrolet
- The base Toyota Tacoma comes with an automatic
transmission, opposed to the Chevrolet Colorado's manual transmission, offer
you an easier and more convenient ride.
- The Tacoma comes standard with Bluetooth for connectivity when you
need it; the Colorado can't say the same.
- The most affordable Tacoma model - the Tacoma SR Access Cab - offers
seating for four. The most affordable Colorado model - the Colorado Base
Extended Cab - only offers seating for two.
- The Tacoma boasts more front hip and shoulder room, so you can have
the space you need to settle in and get comfortable on even the longest
- You'll find a ground clearance of 9.4 inches with the Tacoma to take
on any obstacle; the Colorado only offers 8.4 inches of clearance.
- You'll get a maximum payload of 1,620 pounds on the base Tacoma
model; the base Colorado can only offer a maximum payload of 1,410
- Finally, with more exterior colors to choose from, the Tacoma makes
it easy to express yourself than the Colorado.