Heyward Allen Toyota Reviews Tacoma TRD Sport vs TRD Off-Road

September 15th, 2017 by

The 2017 Tacoma TRD Sport and TRD Off-Road offer similar amenities, but there are some definite differences. Your need for adventure may tell you whether you want the TRD Sport or Off-Road. Check them out at Heyward Allen Toyota dealer near Athens GA.

Exterior
These two trims wear a special gray grille with a smoked finish. It is highlighted by a chrome surround. The TRD Sport is differentiated by a hood scoop and color-keyed overfenders. Off-road models have black overfenders and a chrome rear bumper. Look at our current TRD Sport and Off-Road models.

Connectivity
The Entune Premium Audio system is standard on both models. This includes a navigation system with a bigger touchscreen and more apps. While you are on your adventures, you can avoid trouble by using HD predictive traffic and Doppler weather overlay. With AM/FM cache radio, you can replay a favorite song. Drivers will appreciate the Qi-compatible wireless smartphone charger. On the TRD Off-Road, the 4.2-inch color display adds an inclinometer with roll/pitch displays.

Off-roading
The TRD Sport has engine and front suspension skid plates. However, as its name suggests, the TRD Off-Road has skid plates plus the equipment you need for more extreme adventures. This includes active traction control, a multi-terrain selection dial, crawl control, and an electronically controlled differential. Get your adventure started. Apply for financing.

Safety
All Tacomas lead their class with eight airbags. TRD Sport and Off-Road trims are ready to spot trouble with their wide-angle foglights. Toyota also allows offers a package with a blind spot monitor.

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