Toyota Pickup Trucks

If you’re looking to add a reliable workhorse to your garage, there is no better time to buy one of the current Toyota pickup trucks than today. Whether you’re looking for a midsize, off-road friendly balance of capability and fun, or a full-size pickup truck to get any number of jobs done right, Toyota offers the most dependable and highly recommended trucks on the market.

With trims that range from modest and workmanlike, to full off-road warrior, to a plush corner office on wheels, the Toyota Tacoma and Toyota Tundra are ready for whatever you can throw at them. Combining Toyota’s legendary dependability and a customizable array of features you need to get the job done, both trucks have long been considered solid investments.

Each model year gets better and better, with more standard features, greater power, and more options. As the new model year replaces the older version, you can take advantage of the latest upgrades or look for great deals on the older models that are still in stock. There is simply no better time to invest in a reliable, powerful truck to make your life easier and a little more fun.

The silhouette of a silver 2021 Toyota Tundra is shown on a bridge at night, this Toyota pickup truck is shown from the front.

2021 Toyota Trucks

The 2021 Toyota Tacoma is part of the third generation, introduced for 2016. This midsize pickup truck remains at the larger end of the class, as all Access Cab models come standard with a 6-foot bed, and Double Cab models offer a choice between the 6-foot bed or a shorter 5-foot bed. Inside, the Access Cab can seat up to four passengers with two rear seats, while the Double Cab includes a full rear seating area, complete with full-sized doors and a three-passenger bench seat.

The Tacoma comes standard with a 2.7L 4-cylinder engine that provides 159 hp and 180 lb-ft of torque. Rear-wheel drive is standard, but four-wheel drive is available. The other engine option is a 3.5L V6 engine, which provides significantly more zip, with 278 hp and 265 lb-ft of torque. This engine can be paired with either a six-speed manual or an automatic transmission, giving drivers a sporty option that is becoming increasingly rare in this day and age.

Both engines offer highly comparable and highly competitive fuel economy. The standard inline-4 can get 20 MPG city and 23 MPG highway when rear-wheel drive is selected and loses only a mile each way when four-wheel drive is chosen. The V6 provides a similar range, with 19 MPG city for rear-wheel drive automatic models to 17 MPG city for four-wheel drive manual transmission models. Highway miles for this engine range from 24 MPG for automatic rear-wheel drive models to 20 MPG for manual four-wheel drive versions. Depending on model, engine, bed, and cab configuration, the 2021 Toyota Tacoma can tow up to 6,800 lbs and move a payload of up to 1,685 lbs.

A red 2021 Toyota Tacoma is towing a camper in a meadow.

The 2021 Toyota Tacoma is offered in six trims. The SR gets things started off right with a fiber-reinforced Sheet-Molded Composite bed, three USB ports, engine and front suspension skid plates, and dual-zone climate control. Stepping up to the SR5 adds Hill Start Control Assist, remote keyless entry, leather-trimmed adjustable steering wheel, and an 8-inch touchscreen audio information system. The TRD Sport adds cool convenience features, like wireless device charging, power-adjustable seats, and LED projector headlights.

The TRD Off Road comes equipped with Crawl Control and Multi-Terrain Select drive enhancement modes, along with an electronic locking rear differential, making it ideal for exploring what lies beyond the paved roads. The Limited trim adds suave features like leather-trimmed heated seats and a premium audio system. The top TRD Pro feature takes the off-road persona to a new level with a multi-terrain monitor and camera, FOX internal bypass shocks, and a TRD Pro cat-back exhaust, all of which are as ready to hit the trail as you are.

All 2021 Tacomas come standard with Toyota’s Safety Sense P and Star Safety systems, which include a suite of driver assistance and safety features to ensure everyone gets home safe and sound.

If you need a truck that can haul heavier loads, the 2021 Toyota Tundra is your best bet. All Tundras are equipped with a standard 5.7L V8 engine that offers 381 hp and 401 lb-ft of torque. Paired with a six-speed automatic, the Tundra manages a reasonable fuel economy of 13 MPG city and 17 MPG highway regardless of whether rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive is chosen.

Drivers can choose from Double Cab or CrewMax Cabs, both of which provide seating for up to six passengers when the optional front and rear bench seats are selected. Choosing front bucket seats adds comfort but loses seating room for one passenger. The CrewMax Cab is paired with a 5.5-foot bed, while the Double Cab offers a choice of a 6.5-foot or 8-foot bed. The maximum towing capacity for the Tundra is 10,200 lbs.

The 2021 Toyota Tundra is offered in five trims: SR, SR5, Limited, Platinum, and TRD Pro. Toyota Safety Sense P comes standard on all trims, along with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa compatibility. Smartphone integration is also standard on all models, allowing drivers to have access to all of the important details, even while on the road.

The SR starts things off with a very work-oriented selection of standard features, including a tow package with an integrated trailer brake controller and trailer sway control, as well as a built-in backup camera. The SR5 adds an 8-inch touchscreen, heated exterior mirrors, and halogen fog lights. The Limited rides high on 20-inch wheels and comes with a leather-trimmed steering wheel, premium audio with navigation, and LED headlights and fog lights.

The TRD Pro is the Toyota Tundra’s off-road-ready trim, equipped to handle a variety of terrain and conditions. It’s engineered with TRD Pro front and rear TRD FOX shocks with piggyback reservoirs, front skid plates, and leather-trimmed bucket seats. 2021’s special 1794 Edition includes premium 20-inch wheels, woodgrain accents throughout the cabin, premium leather-appointed cabin, and specialized 1794 badging.

The Toyota Tundra offers six personalities as different as the drivers who choose them, which is why each trim has been designed with its own look and capabilities. From the TRD Pro adventurer to the Limited executive, there’s a Toyota pickup truck for every driver.

A blue 2021 Toyota Tundra is parked on gravel in front of distant snow-covered mountains.

Our Service and Parts Department Keeps Your Truck Running Smoothly

At Colonial Toyota, we make a promise to all of our service center customers. That promise is our commitment to using genuine Toyota parts, providing expert Toyota service, and giving you the positive experience you want to have when your car is in the shop. Whether you’re in need of Toyota Factory Scheduled Maintenance or are coming in for unexpected repairs, our service and parts department is here to keep your truck running smoothly every day of the year.

Our expert technicians are up to date on all aspects of your Toyota truck, from the brakes, battery, and oil requirements, to the specifications of the Toyota Safety Sense P system. We are here to provide each customer in the Indiana, Johnstown, and Monroeville area with the peace of mind and confidence that comes from having a service center that you can rely on.

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