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2024 Tacoma MPG

4X2 A/T4X4 A/T4Х4 M/T
SR20/26/2319/24/2118/23/20
SR521/26/2319/24/21N/A
TRD Off-Road (i-FORCE)N/A19/23/2018/23/20
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20/24/22N/AN/A
TRD Sport (i-FORCE)20/24/2219/23/2018/23/20
Limited (i-FORCE)N/A20/23/21N/A

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2023 Tacoma MPG (Comparison)
  • SR - 20 city / 23 hwy / 21 combined
  • SR5 - 20 city / 23 hwy / 21 combined
  • TRD Sport - 19 city / 24 hwy / 20 combined
  • TRD Off-Road - 19 city / 24 hwy / 20 combined
  • Limited - 19 city / 24 hwy / 20 combined
  • Trail Special Edition - 18 city / 22 hwy
  • TRD Pro - 17 city / 21 hwy
 
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I expected a bigger improvement. Sure hope the iForce Max is a significant step above.
Judging by the Tundra MPG numbers between the Hybrid and gas powertrains the hwy MPG won't change but you might see a couple more City MPG.
 

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The 4x2 TRD Sport gets the same fuel economy as the 4x4 Ranger. That's...not great. I was hoping they'd shoot for best-in-class fuel economy, not just catch up to the Colorado/Canyon.
yea im swinging into my local dealer here in a bit to see what they have to say....but this has made it a lot harder to decide if i wanna spend the extra $$ for the taco, or get a ranger/colorado or start over with what i even want period.
 

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No wonder they waited so long
to reveal... they knew everyone would have been disappointed and bought a different truck by now.
Pretty disappointed in Toyotas engineering and marketing over the last several years, my brand loyalty may be changing
 
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These numbers are not official, read the fine print on the post
 

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These numbers are not official, read the fine print on the post
Probably just means pending official EPA posting the numbers. This is what all manufacturers say about their quoted numbers when they first announce it (and before EPA posts on its site).
 

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I expected a bigger improvement. Sure hope the iForce Max is a significant step above.
I wouldn't hold your breath. It's my understanding the batteries only help with Inital takeoff to combat the turbo lag don't they?

I have a buddy who owns a 2023 Tundra and he said he doesn't notice much a difference with the batteries at all.
 

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I wouldn't hold your breath. It's my understanding the batteries only help with Inital takeoff to combat the turbo lag don't they?

I have a buddy who owns a 2023 Tundra and he said he doesn't notice much a difference with the batteries at all.
Yeah, if they do the same thing as they did on the Tundra, this won't be much improvement in efficiency. But they could do things differently for the Tacoma. Don't hold your breath, of course. The fact that they're calling it the MAX and the promised power suggest it will be performance-oriented, rather than efficiency.
 

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Was all excited about this truck. Now I'm totally let down. Figured the hybrid models will only increase MPG by probably 5mpg. If you compare it with say the RAV4 that goes up 4pmg for the hybrid model from the standard. So I'm out. I'll find something different.
 

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Figured the hybrid models will only increase MPG by probably 5mpg. If you compare it with say the RAV4 that goes up 4pmg for the hybrid model from the standard.
It is power-focused, not efficiency, so it'll have less of a gain than the RAV, most likely. I'm with you on being disappointed by these numbers.
 

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For the hybrid, you can look at the Grand Highlander and what was previously released on the Land Cruiser to infer what gas mileage will likely be for the Tacoma.

GH Hybrid Max = 26/27/27

GH 2.4 Gas = 21/28/24

Land Cruiser = 8.7 l/100km combined or 27 mpg combined.

They haven't said the weight of the new LC, but it can't be much different than the Tacoma, so do what you will with that information.
 

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For the hybrid, you can look at the Grand Highlander and what was previously released on the Land Cruiser to infer what gas mileage will likely be for the Tacoma.

GH Hybrid Max = 26/27/27

GH 2.4 Gas = 21/28/24

Land Cruiser = 8.7 l/100km combined or 27 mpg combined.

They haven't said the weight of the new LC, but it can't be much different than the Tacoma, so do what you will with that information.
The drive strategy is likely way different between the grand highlander and Tacoma. I think a better comparison is the Tundra where you get an additional 2MPG city and nothing on the highway.
 
 


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