The Toyota Tacoma has gained a lot of fans ever since Toyota released their first Tacoma model back in 1995. The Toyota Tacoma is a favorite particularly among people who love powerful, durable trucks that can handle any terrain you throw at them. Three generations of the Tacoma have been produced over the years with each newer generation having a lot of performance and design upgrades. Since it is impossible to buy the latest model every time Toyota unveil a new Tacoma, many people end up keeping their older models as opposed to buying the latest models. A contributing factor to this is the availability of many power and performance upgrade options, some of which are as follows:
2. Air Filtration
3. Manage the Heat
4. Install Performance Chips
5. Lose the Weight
6. Go All In
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I'm a retired auto performance mechanic, that loves cars, trucks, & supercharged vehicles. I'm also an avid car collector of various makes & models.