A Toyota Tacoma may be the only truck on the road with a new, cleaner, more powerful engine.
The Tacoma gets a new 4.2-liter, all-aluminum inline-six that’s rated at 170 horsepower and 155 lb-ft of torque.
It’s got the best-of-breed turbocharger and diesels, which are a bit of a surprise considering the previous engine was rated at 180 hp and 200 lb-feet of torque, according to Toyota.
The new engine is a lot stronger than the previous one, too, with a 0.84-second 0-60 mph run and a 5.4-second quarter-mile run.
Toyota says the new engine also has an increased capacity to 4.5 gallons, which should help the Tacoma’s fuel economy.
The Toyota Tacoma is already rated at 189 hp and 190 lb-fts of torque when it’s paired with a 3.5-liter four-cylinder in the Tacoma S, which has a combined rating of 195 hp and 215 lb-f of torque with a combined fuel economy of 15 mpg.
The two engines will come in the second-generation Tacoma, which will come with the Tacoma 2, and the third-generation model, which we expect to be introduced in 2018.
Toyota is promising the Tacoma will be a lot more fuel efficient than the first-generation, and it will be much more fuel-efficient than the outgoing Tacoma.
We think the Tacoma is going to be a bit more fuel friendly than its predecessors, so we expect the Tacoma to be more fuel aggressive than its competitors, too.
This is a big deal, because the Tacoma was the best truck on sale at the end of 2017.
The previous generation Tacoma was rated as being around 10 mpg less than its predecessor.
The average price for the Tacoma dropped to $28,999, which was the lowest price ever for the brand.
It has the best fuel economy on the market.
We are also excited to see how the new four-liter engine fares compared to the previous model.
It is rated at an impressive 177 horsepower, which is a nice increase over the previous generation.
The first-gen Tacoma had the best torque ratio of any truck in the market, which makes sense.
The 4.0-liter inline-four produces 170 lb- ft of torque and 170 lb/ft of peak torque.
This means the Tacoma should be capable of producing about 200 horsepower.
It can also get up to a whopping 275 lb-foot of torque at peak.
The power is a huge boost over the turbocharged engines from the previous years, but the new diesel engine will also be able to get more out of the powertrain.
It should produce more torque at higher revs, too—about 1.5 g/hp of torque versus 1.1 g/ft.
This will allow the Tacoma, Tacoma 2 and Tacoma 3 to all be much, much more powerful.
The turbocharged engine in the first Tacoma had a whopping 7.2 hp/hp peak torque, and that was on the higher end of the turbochargers rated.
It was a bit better in the turbo turbocharged version of the Tacoma.
The diesel engine in both the Tacoma and the Tacoma 3 will be rated at 1.7 hp/HP peak torque and 1.9 hp/ft peak torque for a combined total of 6.1 hp/lb of torque in the diesel version.
It will also have the same torque to weight ratio as the turbocharging engines.
Toyota has also increased the compression ratio from 9.6:1 to 9.9:1.
It also has the same fuel economy as the previous models.
The current Tacoma comes with a 2.4L I-4, which produces 140 horsepower and 150 lb-tons of torque that can be boosted to 200 horsepower with a turbocharged diesel.
The I-3 is rated for 160 horsepower and 160 lb-lbs of torque on the standard four-speed automatic transmission, while the I-6 and I-8 models can both boost to 160 horsepower on the dual-clutch automatic transmission.
Both the Tacoma I-5 and Tacoma I and I will also receive a turbochargering option.
The hybrid version of Toyota’s Tacoma comes standard with the 3.6L EcoDiesel V6, which can be upgraded to a 4.1L EcoBoost V6 with either a 2L turbo or a 3L turbo.
Both diesel engines come standard with a 5-speed manual transmission and an eight-speed electronic dual-speed gearbox.
The all-new 3.0L V6 in the new Tacoma is rated as having a combined combined output of 675 horsepower and 750 lb-force.
The 3.8L V8 in the upcoming Tacoma is also rated at 675 hp and 750 ft-