Toyota Tacoma is a midsize pickup, produced for the market of the North America and partially for the South America. Exactly here this car is sold instead of the related pickup Toyota HiLux. The history of the model started since 1995. That time HiLux was reoriented to the other automobile markets, and so they started selling Toyota Tacoma instead of it. In the Toyota production range, Tacoma is situated between Toyota Highlander(Kluger) and Toyota Land Cruiser/T100/Tundra. The competitors and analogues of Tacoma are such as Ford Ranger, Chevrolet Colorado, Dodge Dakota, Mitsubishi Triton, Honda Ridgeline, Volkswagen Amarok, Nissan Frontier/Navara and other midsize pickups.
The first generation of Tacoma engines are the gasoline 2.4-liter 2.7-liter I4 of the series 2RZ and 3RZ, and also 3.4-liter V6 5VZ. In the second generation they were replaced with the more modern 2.7-liter I4 2TR and 4.0-liter V6 1GR. These engines make Tacoma similar to HiLux and Land Cruiser Prado. For the third generation of Tacoma such engines as 2.7-liter 2TR and 3.5-liter 7GR were used. No diesel engines were meant by the manufacturer.
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