2013 Toyota Tacoma, Tundra Add Options, Trims

By Matthew Askari | September 17, 2012
If sales are any indication, Toyota has been resonating with buyers in a way it hasn't in years, and giving buyers more options for the new model year will only further the cause. The 2013 Toyota Tacoma will now have an available Entune infotainment system, and a new, Limited trim. The full-size 2013 Toyota Tundra receives a TRD Rock Warrior trim which—as the name indicates—is meant to tackle rocks and other off-road obstacles. If your Tundra is meant for more pedestrian uses, a Limited trim will ensure you'll get around in style and comfort. The Tacoma has been a best-seller in the segment for years, and -- looking to not mess up a good thing -- Toyota made minor enhancements. The new limited trim adds more luxurious features such as heated and power-adjustable seats; a leather wrapped steering wheel; a back up camera and more. The Tacoma also gets the Toyota media package with the addition of Entune. The Tundra also goes up-market with the addition of a platinum trim that adds premium features such as: heated and ventilated front bucket seats; auto-dimming and folding mirrors; navigation; power tilt/slide moonroof; and a woodgrain interior trim. For off-road enthusiasts, Toyota introduces a TRD Rock Warrior trim that features 17-inch BF Goodrich tires and Bilstein shocks in addition to plenty of creature comforts on the inside.
Source: Toyota