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Which 2024 Tacoma trim do you plan to purchase?


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sacker12

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None of the dealers in my area won't allow deposits until allocations get released, so I will have plenty of time to make up my mind.
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Has anyone took the plunge to put a deposit down yet? I’m on the verge of placing one on the pro or trail hunter but hesitant dude to msrp not announced yet. I fear by the time we even find out the msrp both the pro and trail will be hard to get
I think they will be both hard to secure from the get-go. None of my area dealers are taking deposits yet, but I also refuse to pay mark-up so finding a reasonable dealer may be hard to do. Just make sure your deposit is refundable and you'll be good I'd imagine.
 

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I only picked up that the roof rack was optional on Trailhunter. I like the Trailhunter and might still end up treating myself to it, but it includes a number of features that drive up the price and aren't particularly of interest for me. For example,
  1. I have no interest in the Sport Bar, I want to fit a camper and have no use for the former.
  2. Like wise the electric tailgate is a neat option for some but no value to me.
  3. Not sure the hybrid will offer enough value for me. I don't need the high power/torque and it doesn't seem likely to offer a significant gain in mpg, particularly for touring/overland, where I'd be after additional range from the economy. If the hybrid battery supports 2.4kW electric output when the engine is off then that might persuade me. But there are other ways to skin that cat using the non-hybrid 400W output to charge a portable power station.
  4. Suspension is nice but the standard TRD OR Bilsteins are probably good enough for my needs
I'm the guy that still thinks Bilsteins are the best.
 

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I dig it!
I’m still holding out hope that the 4auto option, that was only shown and highlighted in the Limited is available on the OR or Sport. The more I read about the TH may be too pricey for me.
Yeah anytime they start throwing out the word "Halo" - yah know it's gonna be $$$$$
 

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I think they will be both hard to secure from the get-go. None of my area dealers are taking deposits yet, but I also refuse to pay mark-up so finding a reasonable dealer may be hard to do. Just make sure your deposit is refundable and you'll be good I'd imagine.
I have a dealer 6 hours away msrp. No deposits on pro or trail yet. So good chance I can get one from then depending on them. Bad thing is, is I think it’s non refundable
 

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Depends on the price of each Trim. I'd like a TRD Sport but also could be a TRD OFFROAD it all depends on the pricing which I am assuming not going to be cheap. It's a shame these trucks used to be very affordable not anymore
 

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Either the sport or prerunner both low demand here should be easier to get ?
 

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Depends on the price of each Trim. I'd like a TRD Sport but also could be a TRD OFFROAD it all depends on the pricing which I am assuming not going to be cheap. It's a shame these trucks used to be very affordable not anymore
i think after the sport its going hefty price. i think sport will be 40-43k PRO 45-49k trail hunter 51-53 . The hybrid wont be cheap
 

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Remember iForceMax not coming until May 2024 at earliest so...
 

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A lateral move for me. I have a 2019 TRD Pro and placed my deposit in March for a 2024 TRD Pro.

The only negative is that I predict the new TRD Pro Hybrid will receive a $10k price jump. I’m guessing just short of $60k. Ouch!

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Pre-runner has my attention
 

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I only picked up that the roof rack was optional on Trailhunter. I like the Trailhunter and might still end up treating myself to it, but it includes a number of features that drive up the price and aren't particularly of interest for me. For example,
  1. I have no interest in the Sport Bar, I want to fit a camper and have no use for the former.
  2. Like wise the electric tailgate is a neat option for some but no value to me.
  3. Not sure the hybrid will offer enough value for me. I don't need the high power/torque and it doesn't seem likely to offer a significant gain in mpg, particularly for touring/overland, where I'd be after additional range from the economy. If the hybrid battery supports 2.4kW electric output when the engine is off then that might persuade me. But there are other ways to skin that cat using the non-hybrid 400W output to charge a portable power station.
  4. Suspension is nice but the standard TRD OR Bilsteins are probably good enough for my needs
I can see the utility of the electric liftgate if putting a wedge camper on the bed. After you get in the bed at night you need to get that gate up…easier to do it electronically than rigging some type of pull strap that would otherwise just be in the way.
 

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I can see the utility of the electric liftgate if putting a wedge camper on the bed. After you get in the bed at night you need to get that gate up…easier to do it electronically than rigging some type of pull strap that would otherwise just be in the way.
I had considered that application but with the liftgate being aluminum pulling it up manually doesn't seem too much of a hassle. A manual liftgate might also allow tighter seals to be fitted to keep out dust, videos seem to show quite a large gap around the gate currently. The anti-pinch sensors on the electric gate might inhibit better sealing. All just my speculation of course.
 
 


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