Compare the Toyota Tacoma for sale in Portsmouth, NH



Toyota of Portsmouth

150 Greenleaf Avenue
Directions Portsmouth, NH 03801

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The Toyota Tacoma vs The Ford Ranger


The Toyota Tacoma vs The Honda Ridgeline

Toyota Tacoma Fuel Economy vs Honda Ridgeline Fuel Economy

While the Honda Ridgeline might offer a bit more power through its V6 engine, the standard four-cylinder model of the new Toyota Tacoma provides optimal fuel economy in the city. The Tacoma can travel up to 422 miles in the city before requiring a refueling, whereas the Honda Ridgeline falls short, traveling up to 371 miles in the city before needing gas. The Tacoma also presents the more lightweight option, making it more fuel-savvy in the long-run.

Toyota Tacoma Size vs Honda Ridgeline Size

The Tacoma comes available with a crew cab or access cab. The Ridgeline offers only one configuration, crew cab, yet its front and second-row legroom both fall short of the standard crew cab of the Tacoma. Likewise, even as an Access Cab model, the Tacoma stands as the larger of the two pickup truck, with a much higher ground clearance of 9.4 inches, over the 7.3 inches the Ridgeline sits over the ground.

Toyota Tacoma Capability vs Honda Ridgeline Capability

Through its available V6 engine and Class-IV towing hitch, the Toyota Tacoma can tow up to 6,400 lbs., with a 3,500 lb. towing capacity through its standard I4 engine. The Honda Ridgeline, by contrast, only comes available with one engine. With two-wheel drive, this truck from Honda can tow 3,500 lbs., but with all-wheel drive, the Ridgeline falls short with a towing capacity of 5,000 lbs.

Toyota Tacoma vs Chevrolet Colorado

Toyota Tacoma Performance vs Chevy Colorado Performance

While the standard inline four-cylinder (I4) engine of the Chevy Colorado offers slightly more horsepower, it falls short in terms of payload. Through its I4 engine, the Chevy Colorado can carry up to 1,435 lbs., whereas, the standard I4 engine of the Toyota Tacoma provides this pickup with a carrying payload of up to 1,685 lbs. The Tacoma also sits at a higher ground clearance of 9.4 inches off the ground, which offers drivers a better line of sight on their surroundings and prevents the undercarriage from accumulating damage when traveling off-road. The Colorado offers a lower ground clearance of 8.4 inches.

Toyota Tacoma Safety vs Chevy Colorado Safety

The new Toyota Tacoma comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P) driver-assistive features, which help to monitor your surroundings using sensors and can deploy countermeasures accordingly. Standard TSS-P features include Lane Departure Alert (LDA), Automatic High Beams (AHB), and Dynamic Radar Cruise Control. The Colorado offers comparable features, but only on select trim levels for a higher fee.

Toyota Tacoma Entertainment vs Chevy Colorado Entertainment

The standard infotainment systems of the Chevy Colorado and Toyota Tacoma both offer compatibility with Apple CarPlay®/Android Auto™ to help you access your favorite smartphone applications. However, once again, the Tacoma goes a step further, offering hands-free capabilities through Amazon Alexa as well as Safety Connect® and a trial subscription to SiriusXM® Satellite Radio. Shoppers can only find comparable features on higher trims of the Chevy Colorado.



Toyota Tacoma Safety vs GMC Canyon Safety

As with the Chevy Colorado, this competitor from General Motors falls short when it comes to standard safety features, with driver-assist apps similar to Toyota Safety Sense™ only available on higher trim levels. Meanwhile, all trim levels of the Toyota Tacoma feature TSS-P features, including Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC), the Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection (PCS w/ PD), and Lane Departure Alert (LDA).

Toyota Tacoma Capability vs GMC Canyon Capability

People generally do not associate GMC models like the Canyon with fuel economy, and this truck stands as no exception, with a city cruising range of 420 miles before refueling. The Toyota Tacoma provides a total cruising range of 422 city miles and sits at a higher ground clearance to make for easier off-roading. As a bonus, for those who can drive stick, the Tacoma comes available with a six-speed manual transmission, a feature wholly unavailable on the GMC Canyon.

Toyota Tacoma Drivetrain vs GMC Canyon Drivetrain

Much like the previous models like the Chevy Colorado, and Honda Ridgeline both come available with both types of drivetrains. However, the GMC Canyon only offers a four-wheel-drive system on select trim levels, without including it as a potion on the base. No matter which trims of the Toyota Tacoma you choose, you will find it comes available with front-wheel drive or 4WDemand four-wheel drive.

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We invite New Hampshire shoppers to check out the 2020 Toyota Tacoma in our new Tacoma inventory, or you may take a look at the quality pre-owned trucks we have in our used inventory at Toyota of Portsmouth. You will find us on Greenleaf Ave in Portsmouth, NH, proudly serving Exeter. See you soon!

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