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2022 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro

Toyota has unveiled two new editions of their popular Tacoma pickup with the launch of the TRD Pro and the Trail Edition 4x4. The 2022 TRD Pro will feature significant upgrades to the truck's suspension with TRD-tuned Fox internal bypass shocks and a 1.5-inch increase in suspension lift at the front and 0.5 inches at the rear. These upgrades allow for a 36.4-degree approach angle, 24.7-degree departure angle, and a 26.6-degree breakover angle. 

The new TRD Pro also features new TRD-engineered upper control arms that are made out of machine-forged aluminum, black TRD wheels on Goodyear Territory all-terrain tires, a new TRD Pro-exclusive Electric Lime metallic colorway, a heritage-inspired front grille with a color-keyed surround, color-keyed rear bumper, door handles, and mirrors, and TRD Pro stamping on the rear quarter panel. 


Joining the 2022 TRD Pro is an all-new Trail Edition that is based on the SR5 4x4 Double Cab. The truck features taller coil springs for an increase in suspension lift by 1.1 inches at the front and 0.5 at the back. This allows for an approach angle of 34 degrees, a departure angle of 23.6 degrees, and a breakover angle of 26.4 degrees. It also receives a standard locking rear differential, a heritage-inspired grille, bronze-colored lettering, and 16-inch bronze-finish wheels.

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