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2024 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro & Trailhunter Pricing

2024 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro & Trailhunter Pricing

The 2024 Tacoma TRD Pro and Trailhunter are finally here! Toyota has revealed the pricing and MPG of the highest trim options available on the 4th generation Tacoma as well as the specs for models equipped with the i-Force Max hybrid engine. The TRD Pro and Trailhunter will will be the first Tacoma models to cross the $60,000 mark which is quite the price to pay for a Tacoma but is it worth it? We'll go through all the features that these new trucks offer to see if the price reflects the performance. 

 i-Force Max

The i-Force Max engine is now (officially) here! This motor was originally announced during the reveal of the Tacoma last year but we have not seen it in the new Tacoma until now. The 2.4L turbo 4 cylinder is paired with a 48 hp electric motor that sits between the engine and transmission to boost power and torque. Final power output is up to 326 hp and 465 lb-ft of torque.

The focus of this hybrid powertrain is performance but you do get an MPG improvement compared to the standard i-Force engine. Tacomas optioned with the i-Force Max engine will average 22 MPG city, 24 MPG highway, and 23 MPG which is slightly more than the current i-Force engine. 


The TRD Pro Tacoma is the first to cross the $60k price mark for a Tacoma but that price comes with a handful of upgrades. The most noticeable change from the TRD Pro from other TRD models will be the styling. The TRD Pro Tacoma will be available in Terra (this years TRD Pro color), a heritage style grille, wider gloss black fender flares. LED headlights, and a factory TRD light bar. 

Other upgrades include all new Fox 2.5" QS3 internal bypass shocks with remote reservoirs in the rear. This gives you a 2" lift up front and a 1.5" lift in the rear to help with travel and keep the truck planted while you rip around in the desert. Also included are Fox internal floating piston bump stops that give you a soft cushion when landing any jumps or hard impacts.


The Tacoma Trailhunter is a new trim for the Tacoma lineup in the 4th generation and focuses primarily on rock crawling and overlanding. Toyota has swapped out the Fox shocks on this model in favor of Old Man Emu 2.5" shocks with piggyback remote reservoirs to withstand shock fade on the trails. These shocks are softer than the Fox shock you get on the TRD Pro which helps with articulation and comfort at low speeds out on the trails. 

The Trailhunter Tacoma will also come standard with all the armor you need for your overlanding adventures. Rock sliders, skid plates, a bed rack, and a high air intake will all be available on the new Trailhunter to enhance its capability off road. 33" tires will also come standard as well as 18" bronze wheels. 


The 2024 Tacoma TRD Pro and Trailhunter are some of the most high performance trim levels we've seen on the Toyota Tacoma and they don't come cheap. The trim levels are the first on the Tacoma to have a price over $60,000 with the TRD Pro coming in at a price of $63,900 and the Trailhunter at a price of $62,900 before delivery. This is just over $15,000 more than the outgoing 3rd generation Tacoma TRD Pro trim and $8,430 more than the TRD Pros closest competitor the Ranger Raptor. 

Final Thoughts

We've waited a long time to get our first look at the Tacoma TRD Pro and Trailhunter and we're excited about all the new features these vehicles bring to the Tacoma family. The price is steep but Toyota has gone out of its way to make the TRD Pro stand out over other models in the Tacoma line up. If you had to choose a Tacoma to start your build with, what trim level would you choose? As always Tacoma Lifestyle has everything you need to get your build started today!


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