2007 Toyota Tacoma Specifications, Pricing, Pictures and Videos
About this model:The Tacoma is powered by either a 2. 7L 4-cylinder that makes 159 horsepower, or by a 3.
5L V6 that makes 278 horsepower. The Tacoma is offered with a wealth of customizable options, but it comes in six trims: SR, SR5, TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, TRD Pro and Limited.
The base SR version can be ordered with either the Access Cab, or with the 4-door 4X2 Double Cab. The Access Cab comes with a standard-length 6-foot bed, while the Double Cab is available with a 5-foot short bed as well.
Standard equipment includes 16-inch wheels, power windows and door locks, a backup camera, an AM/FM/SiriusXM Satellite audio system with Bluetooth connectivity, Apple CarPlay, Amazon Alexa, Android Auto and a deck rail system that helps secure loose objects in the bed. The Double Cab models allow buyers to choose between a 5-foot or 6-foot bed.
SR5s include keyless entry, a 4. 2-inch multi-information display in the instrument cluster, fog lamps and a bit more chrome on the grille of the truck.
The TRD Off-Road version adds both style and off-road utility to the Tacoma. Special 16-inch wheels look mean and stylish while functional additions include an electro-mechanical locking differential, hill-descent control and a multi-terrain select driving aid.
Options on the TRD Off-Road include dual-zone climate control and a sunroof. The bigger V6 engine is standard on the model.
Where the TRD Off-Road is rugged, the TRD Sport is slick and stylish. Like the TRD Off-Road, the TRD Sport is only available with the V6 engine.
Wheels are 17-inch alloys, while the interior gets a wireless smartphone charger. The bed features a 120V outlet while the daytime running lights use ultra-bright LEDs.
A smart key is also standard on the TRD Sport. The Limited comes only with the larger cabin and a V6.
It adds color-keyed bumpers and chrome door handles and mirrors, polished 18-inch wheels, automatic climate control, a powered moonroof and leather-trimmed seats. The TRD Pro offers LED headlights, 16-inch TRD Pro Black alloy wheels, unique exterior grille, badging, and hood scoop, leather-trimmed seats with a special headrest logo, a power sliding rear window with privacy glass, dual-zone automatic climate control, and blind-spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert.
Standard off-road technologies include an electronically locking rear differential, front skid plate, a multi-terrain monitor, FOX internal bypass shocks, a cat-back exhaust, multi-terrain selection and crawl control.
Model strengths:Toyota build quality; configurable for on- or off-road performance; composite cargo bed.
Model Changes:The 2007 Toyota Tacoma was redesigned for the 2005 model year and has experienced only small changes since. For 2007, the seats are slightly larger, and the available Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) can now be disengaged.
Prices have crept up by some $200 over 2006. The same trim levels are offered.
Model Value:Competition is tight in the mid-size pickup segment, and Toyota's 2007 Tacoma responds by offering impressive versatility, including the ability to configure a pickup with either on-road or off-road capability in mind. PreRunner versions add a 4x4 look and ride height to a 4x2 drivetrain, and the X-Runners pair a sport-tuned chassis with the 236-horsepower V6 engine.
Additionally, Toyota Racing Development (TRD) Off-Road and Sport packages are available on most V6 models to upgrade either trail or pavement performance.
Model Overview:Toyota Tacomas are well-regarded in the mid-size pickup segment, as evidenced by their traditionally strong resale values.
For 2007, all three of the typical pickup body styles are offered: regular cab, Access Cab (extended cab), and Double Cab (crew cab). The 2.
7L four-cylinder versions are available with either a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic transmission. The regular cabs are only available with the four-cylinder.
The 4. 0L V6 is available with either a six-speed manual or a five-speed automatic transmission.
All body types are available with a six-foot composite bed, and the Double Cabs also offer a shorter five-foot bed. Model offerings range from the workaday four-cylinder two-wheel-drive regular cab, starting at less than $15,000, all the way up to the V6 four-wheel-drive Double Cab that can be optioned north of $32,000.
Within that range, there's something for nearly everyone with an interest in this size pickup. With the 2005 redesign, the Tacoma got substantially larger, moving firmly into mid-sized territory.
For a truck of this size, an impressive 6,500 pounds can be towed behind a properly configured and equipped V6 drivetrain. Toyota has created model and option choices that allow buyers to project an on-road or off-road personality, to taste.
The PreRunner versions add such goodies as raised ride height, a front skid plate, and mud and snow tires to create a four-wheel-drive look on lower-cost two-wheel drive trucks. PreRunner versions of all body types are available.
The X-Runner goes in a completely different direction, adding a limited-slip differential, a more rigid and lowered suspension, 18-inch wheels with low-profile tires, a hood scoop, and other styling and performance enhancements as befit a street performance machine. The X-Runner is availably only in a two-wheel-drive V6 Access Cab version with a six-speed manual transmission.
The main option packages carry these themes further. The SR5 package adds many of the usual cosmetic and comfort improvements, including chrome exterior accents, upgraded seat fabric, a leather steering wheel, remote keyless entry, cruise control, and more.
Toyota Racing Development (TRD) packages are available in both Off-Road and Sport versions. The Off-Road package takes the SR5 package and adds sport seats, off-road suspension with Bilstein shock absorbers and progressive-rate front springs, 16-inch aluminum wheels, a locking rear differential, and skid plates.
The Sport package is similar, but substitutes a sport-tuned suspension, 17-inch aluminum wheels and a limited-slip differential. Both TRD packages add a 115V/400W power outlet in the bed and fog lamps.
Standard on all models are anti-lock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution and brake assist. A composite bed with a built-in rail system and adjustable tie-downs is a unique feature.
Stability control is available on all models, and can be disengaged as desired.