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Last Updated: December 12, 2019

Steady, Class-Leading Sales: The refreshed Toyota Tacoma is leading the compact pickup truck class in sales in 2019. Tacoma sales in 2019 have remained constant relative to the same period last year. 

Above-Average Prices: The Tacoma’s base price is $26,050, which is about $1,000 above the class average. The fully-loaded model runs up to $46,665, which is about $4,500 more than the average for top-trims in the segment. 

Time to Buy: With class-leading sales and higher than average pricing, now is a difficult time to find a deal on a Tacoma. Instead, take a look at the lower-priced and higher-ranked, Ford Ranger, which is priced $2,050 below the Tacoma. To save even more, take a look at used Tacomas. The best finance and lease offers on our Toyota deals and Ford deals pages may help you decide.

2020 Toyota Tacoma Prices

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2020 Toyota Tacoma

MSRP: $26,050 - $46,665

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