Key Advantages: 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport 4WD Dbl - vs - 2017 Honda Ridgeline Sport AWD
- Tacoma is built like a truck, with a tough body-on-frame construction that's made for hard work, while Ridgeline uses a more car-like unibody design.
- Low-range 4WD, higher ground clearance and greater approach/departure/breakover angles make for greater off-road capability than Ridgeline.
- Tacoma TRD Sport delivers the confidence and security of 8 airbags, two more than the 6 provided by Ridgeline Sport.
- Tacoma TRD Sport comes standard with 7-inch touchscreen, integrated navigation, app suite, HD Radio and Siri Eyes Free.
- Tacoma comes with the peace of mind of a 2-year/25,000-mile ToyotaCare no-cost maintenance plan.
Key Advantages: 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD OFF-Road Dbl - vs - 2017 Chevrolet Colorado LT Crew
- Tacoma's cabin comes equipped with eight airbags, two more than the six-airbag arrangement found in Colorado LT.
- A locking rear differential is a standard feature on Tacoma TRD Off-Road - it is only offered as an extra-cost option on Colorado LT.
- Tacoma TRD Off-Road is equipped with Multi-terrain Select and Crawl Control, Colorado LT has no equivalent off-road features.
- Tacoma TRD Off-Road comes with a power sliding rear window; Colorado LT offers a manual sliding rear window as an extra-cost option.
- Qi wireless charging is standard on Tacoma TRD Off-Road; Colorado LT does not have an equivalent feature.