2016 Toyota Tacoma vs 2016 Chevy Colorado
If you are looking for the power, toughness and capability of a truck with the added benefit of frugal fuel economy, the midsize pickup truck class toes the line. An increasingly popular option for car shoppers looking for form and function, this segment of the automotive industry is dominated by the best-selling Toyota Tacoma and the all-new Chevy Colorado. Take a look at how these two impressive pickups stack up in our 2016 Toyota Tacoma vs 2016 Chevy Colorado comparison.
Completely redesigned for the new model year, the 2016 Toyota Tacoma features a muscular, lifted demeanor that is reflected by elite off-road performance. An intimidating front end leads the way for this pickup and is made complete by a stamped Tacoma logo on the tailgate. Inside, the Toyota Tacoma offers a reprieve from the road or trail with an arsenal of standard amenities, innovative add ons and luxury trim. Highlight features include Qi wireless charging,Toyota Smart Key with push button start, leather interior, a power moonroof, dual-zone automatic climate control and a Toyota Entune infotainment system.
|2016 Toyota Tacoma||VS||2016 Chevy Colorado|
|3.5-Liter Atkinson Cycle V-6||Preferred Engine||3.6-Liter V-6|
|19 MPG City/24 MPG Hwy||Fuel Economy||18 MPG City/26 MPG Hwy|
|TRD Off Road||Off-Road Trim||Z71 Trail Boss|
|Yes||Standard GoPro Mount||No|
Elite Off-Road Performance is a Highlight of the 2016 Toyota Tacoma
With similar powertrains available for each of the models in our 2016 Toyota Tacoma vs 2016 Chevy Colorado you can expect exciting and capable performance from either option. With that being said, the Toyota Tacoma caters to drivers who want to experience mud-slinging adventures while the Chevy Colorado focuses on providing a responsive on-road experience. The preferred powertrain for the reinvigorated Toyota Tacoma is a 3.5-liter Atkinson cycle V-6 that makes 278 horsepower and 265 pound-feet of torque with direct and port fuel injection. Chevy Colorado editions employ a 305-horsepower 3.6-liter V-6 that shells out 269 pound-feet of torque. Each of these pickups offer a fuel-efficient four-cylinder variant as well.
Elite off-road performance is the deciding factor in this comparison that sets the Toyota Tacoma apart from its competition. When you opt for the Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road trim, you will benefit from an on-demand four-wheel drive system paired with an Automatic Limited Slip Differential and electronic transfer case. These off-road elements are augmented even further by a Multi-Terrain Select system, an innovative Crawl Control feature, an off-road tuned suspension and Bilstein performance shocks. By comparison, the Chevy Colorado Z71 Trail Boss edition puts more focus on looks rather than performance. Toyota Tacoma models even include a standard GoPro camera mount so you can record your off-road adventures. Stop in today at White River Toyota to see the Toyota Tacoma for yourself.