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What you must know before buying the Toyota Tacoma
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  • Shortages reported, pricing at or near MSRP
  • No current purchase incentives available
  • All-new Tacoma coming for 2015
  • Lease specials vary by region

Is it a good time to buy a Tacoma?:

If it’s savings you’re after, now is not that great of a time to buy a new Tacoma. Shortages have been widely reported for the model-year 2014 truck, always a popular model with buyers, leading to pricing at or very close to MSRP. In addition, no special incentives are available at this time. The Tacoma rarely sees any form of special discounts from Toyota.

All-new Tacoma on the horizon:

The current Tacoma has been on the market with relatively few changes for a full 9 years now, and an all-new model will be coming this Fall for the 2015 model year. At that time you’ll have two choices: opt for the new 2015, which is expected to be more fuel-efficient, or find one of the remaining 2014s at year-end discounts. Either way, you’re better off putting off your purchase for a bit if you don’t need the truck right away.

One interesting note is that the new 2015 model will not be available with a single-cab option, so if this is something you are looking for, it makes sense to opt for the 2014 model.

Lease specials vary by region:

Special lease offers currently available on the Tacoma vary greatly from one region to the next, but are nothing door-busting relative to base MSRP pricing. Southern California lessees will currently find the Tacoma Double Cab short bed available for $289 per month for 36 months with $999 due at signing, or $309 per month for 24 months, again with $999 due at signing, though deals in other regions are not quite this good.

Is it a good time to buy a Tacoma?:

If it’s savings you’re after, now is not that great of a time to buy a new Tacoma. Shortages have been widely reported for the model-year 2014 truck, always a popular model with buyers, leading to pricing at or very close to MSRP. In addition, no special incentives are available at this time. The Tacoma rarely sees any form of special discounts from Toyota.

All-new Tacoma on the horizon:

The current Tacoma has been on the market with relatively few changes for a full 9 years now, and an all-new model will be coming this Fall for the 2015 model year. At that time you’ll have two choices: opt for the new 2015, which is expected to be more fuel-efficient, or find one of the remaining 2014s at year-end discounts. Either way, you’re better off putting off your purchase for a bit if you don’t need the truck right away.

One interesting note is that the new 2015 model will not be available with a single-cab option, so if this is something you are looking for, it makes sense to opt for the 2014 model.

Lease specials vary by region:

Special lease offers currently available on the Tacoma vary greatly from one region to the next, but are nothing door-busting relative to base MSRP pricing. Southern California lessees will currently find the Tacoma Double Cab short bed available for $289 per month for 36 months with $999 due at signing, or $309 per month for 24 months, again with $999 due at signing, though deals in other regions are not quite this good.

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Incentives & Rebates

We have access to the most robust incentive and rebate data available. Unfortunately, Toyota is not offering incentives on the Base 4x2 Access Cab 127.4 in. WB at this time.

Lease Deals

Toyota currently offers a pair of excellent lease deals for the Tacoma. Choose $259 for 36 months with $1,999 due at signing or $319 for 36 months with $0 due at signing.

ModelPaymentTerm (mos)Due at SigningMSRP
2.7L 4 Cyl$28924$999$25,401