Posted Sep 19th 2012 10:15AM
The current Tacoma has had few styling changes since it went on sale in 2005, but Toyota continues to entice buyers to its midsize pickup truck with various trim packages. Earlier this year, the Tacoma added the go-anywhere TRD T/X Baja Series truck for the off-road enthusiast, and now it's adding the Limited model (pictured above) to appeal to buyers looking for a more luxurious-ish version of the popular truck.
Toyota's press release does not list the pricing for the 2013 Tacoma's Limited Package, but it is listed on the configurator as a $7,156 CAD ($7,345 USD) option. For this price, the Tacoma is upgraded with leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift lever, SofTex heated front seats and Display Audio with navigation, Entune infotainment and JBL speakers. Visually, the Tacoma Limited gets its bling on with plenty of shiny stuff including 18-inch alloy wheels, chrome on the grille, fog light surrounds, door mirrors and handles, as well as a big chunk of chrome on the rear bumper.
Interestingly, Toyota's website only shows the Limited Package available on the Tacoma Double Cab V6 4x4 long bed that starts at around $27,000 CAD ($28,085 USD), meaning that going all in with the Tacoma Limited would run around $34,000 CAD ($35,430 USD).