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  • “The Tacoma's new composite non-rusting and non-denting inner bed has a new sheet-molded compound deck and walls said to be 10 percent lighter than steel, but tougher and more durable.” — MSN Autos
  • “Toyota came out swinging from the get-go with a huge a roster of truck variants.” — Motor Trend
  • “[The six-speed manual] is still typical of a truck - clunky and awkward through the gears with little incentive to use it more than you need to.” — Edmunds.com
  • “The new design is eye-catching, yet devotedly functional as it should be.” — Cars.com
  • “No compact pickup is more refined, and the Double Cab's available side curtain airbags are an important safety plus.” — Consumer Guide
  • “All of the newest trucks in this class have decent interiors, but the quality of Toyota's interior materials seems just a little better than that of the other midsize pickups.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “The new Tacoma is far and away one of the best compact trucks ever offered to the American public.” — Edmunds.com
  • “With Toyota's excellent revamp, the Tacoma is now firmly planted in the upper echelon of its class.” — Edmunds.com
  • “...the X-Runner is more "show" than "go," and it actually has a lighter steering feel than a regular four-wheel-drive Tacoma.” — Cars.com
  • “In terms of handling, the feeling behind the wheel is of a truck that is well planted at every corner, predictable when pushed and surprisingly agile considering its size.” — Edmunds.com
  • “...the Tacoma may be the best of .. [the compact pick-ups], with its comfortable cab, excellent handling, and rugged off-road capability.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “The Access Cab has rear seats, but they're pretty hopeless for humans.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “We found the bucket seats on the uplevel models comfortable, though the seat bottom could be bit longer and have more thigh support.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “Energetic response is a bonus of the Tacoma's V-6 engine when it teams with a five-speed-automatic transmission.” — Cars.com
  • “With more room in every direction, the Tacoma has lost much of the claustrophobic feeling so typical of most compact trucks.” — Edmunds.com
  • “...the back seat isn't fit for adults. The seats - which are reached via hidden doors that open rearward - are poor excuses for seats.” — Cars.com
  • “It was very carlike with quick steering, a comfortable ride on most roads, good handling and strong braking.” — MSN Autos
  • “When it comes to reliability in this segment, [the Toyota Tacoma is] it at the top of its class.” — Kelley Blue Book
  • “...Toyota Tacoma is a midsize pickup available in a regular cab, an extended cab (Access Cab) that features small rearward-opening doors, and a crew cab (Double Cab) with four full-size doors.” — Edmunds.com

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