3/4 Front Glamour 2015 Toyota Tacoma

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What you must know before buying the Toyota Tacoma
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  • 2014 Tacoma models are now completely sold out
  • 2015 Tacoma models available, but rebates not offered
  • Regular cab model not available for new 2015 model
  • $289/mo lease for 48 months w/ $2,658 due at signing

Is it a good time to buy a Tacoma?

If you're looking for a solid, reliable fuel-efficient truck, now is a good time to buy a new Tacoma. Shortages reported last month are now nonexistent. 2014 Tacoma models are now completely sold out. However, 2015 models are readily available across the nation. The catch? There are no rebates currently offered on the new model, and we don't anticipate any in the near future.

Special Discounts

That being said, members of the military can find $500 in customer cash. Recent college grads will find an available $750 cash rebate when financing through Toyota.

The Tacoma rarely sees any form of special rebates, so any savings you can find off full MSRP pricing represent a good deal. Note that the Tacoma will be receiving heavy updates sometime next year for the 2016 model year.

New TRD Pro model is now available:

For the 2015 model year, the Tacoma receives a few key changes, including the introduction of a new range-topping TRD Pro “Taco Supreme” trim level, with exclusive TRD wheels and exhaust, a beefed-up suspension with additional ride height and travel, a 6-speed manual transmission, and all manner of other off-road upgrades. Priced from $35,525, the new TRD Pro is now available.

If you insist on getting a regular cab model, time is running out -- the option has been eliminated for the 2015 model. If you insist on a regular cab model, you will have to search for a used 2014 or older Tacoma.

Lease specials are nothing groundbreaking:

Currently, lessees in the West, Northwest and some other markets can find a deal of $289 per month for 36 months with a low $999 due at signing on the Tacoma Double Cab Short Bed. In the Southeast, you’ll find one at a lower payment of $279 per month for 48 months, but with $2,658 due at signing. We recommend buying outright over leasing in this case, especially with the Tacoma’s high resale value.

Is it a good time to buy a Tacoma?

If you're looking for a solid, reliable fuel-efficient truck, now is a good time to buy a new Tacoma. Shortages reported last month are now nonexistent. 2014 Tacoma models are now completely sold out. However, 2015 models are readily available across the nation. The catch? There are no rebates currently offered on the new model, and we don't anticipate any in the near future.

Special Discounts

That being said, members of the military can find $500 in customer cash. Recent college grads will find an available $750 cash rebate when financing through Toyota.

The Tacoma rarely sees any form of special rebates, so any savings you can find off full MSRP pricing represent a good deal. Note that the Tacoma will be receiving heavy updates sometime next year for the 2016 model year.

New TRD Pro model is now available:

For the 2015 model year, the Tacoma receives a few key changes, including the introduction of a new range-topping TRD Pro “Taco Supreme” trim level, with exclusive TRD wheels and exhaust, a beefed-up suspension with additional ride height and travel, a 6-speed manual transmission, and all manner of other off-road upgrades. Priced from $35,525, the new TRD Pro is now available.

If you insist on getting a regular cab model, time is running out -- the option has been eliminated for the 2015 model. If you insist on a regular cab model, you will have to search for a used 2014 or older Tacoma.

Lease specials are nothing groundbreaking:

Currently, lessees in the West, Northwest and some other markets can find a deal of $289 per month for 36 months with a low $999 due at signing on the Tacoma Double Cab Short Bed. In the Southeast, you’ll find one at a lower payment of $279 per month for 48 months, but with $2,658 due at signing. We recommend buying outright over leasing in this case, especially with the Tacoma’s high resale value.

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