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2015 TRD Pro Pricing Announced for 4Runner and Tacoma

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Today Toyota released pricing for the Tacoma and 4Runner TRD Pro Models, which will be available at Toyota dealers this fall. We’ve been waiting to see what the additional functionality and cosmetic upgrades would cost, now we have our answers. Pricing for the TRD Pro Tundra model will be announced soon.

2015 TRD Pro 4Runner Pricing


NOTE: Below we’ve estimated the cost to add similar aftermarket parts for comparison.

For the 4Runner includes: upgraded wheels (+$800), Nitto Terra Grappler Tires (+$648), TRD Tuned Bilstein Front shocks (+$200), Bilstein Remote Reservoir Rear Shocks (+$360), 1” Lift TRD-Tuned springs in the front (+$100), TRD Stamped 1/4” front skidplate (+$180), TRD Pro badging & accessories ($700).

The TRD Pro 4Runner MSRP will be $41,110, which is $2,355 more than a similarly outfitted Trail Grade 4Runner Premium. The additional parts add up to approximately $2,998 (estimated using current internet pricing), so for a 1 to 1 replacement, the TRD Pro Package seems to be a decent deal. Of course if you’re planning to add a full lift kit, heavy duty skid plates, and additional armor, you may be better served with a standard trail model. Still, for those looking for a little more capability from the factory, the TRD Pro 4Runner is a good option to consider.

2015 TRD Pro Tacoma Pricing

The TRD Pro Tacoma includes: upgraded 16” beadlock style wheels (+$800), BFG All Terrain KO Tires (+$672), TRD Tuned Bilstein Front shocks (+$200), Bilstein Remote Reservoir Rear Shocks (+$360), 2” Lift TRD-Tuned springs in the front (+$300), TRD Cat back exhaust (+$400) TRD Pro badging & accessories ($700).

Of all the TRD Pro trucks, the Tacoma features the most upgrades, although curiously the skid plate is the same as OEM. The Tacoma is priced at $37,415 for the 4X4 Double Cab AT, which is only $1,396 more than a similarly configured model from the Toyota Website. (NOTE: The Toyota website charges $1999 for Beadlock style wheels, which can be found aftermarket for much less, but not in black). Just like the 4Runner, if you’re looking for a little more off road ability with direct from the factory, the extra $ for a TRD Pro Tacoma could be a good deal.

The bottom line for enthusiasts with both vehicles is this: Can you build your brand new truck for less than the TRD Pro line? Absolutely. In fact, you could build a base model 4x4 4Runner with KDSS for about $38,420 MSRP, then add a lift, wheels, tires, and skids for another $3,500. You would end up with more capability for the same price, but it wouldn’t be with OEM parts. The Tacoma can be built in a similar manner, and for enthusiasts interested in building their own rig, that’s definitely the way to go.

2015 TRD Pro 4Runner Pricing

For those just dipping their toes into this crazy off-highway Toyota world, the TRD Pro is a great way to get started. I’ve talked with many people that are NOT part of our community (yet) and to them, this is a great way to enter the hobby of vehicle-based exploring. In fact, these TRD Pro platforms may be a great way to start a Toyota Overland platform.

We’re working with Toyota to get our hands on models for dedicated hands-on testing, so keep your FREE subscription to TCT Magazine current! You’ll be the first to know when we put these trucks through their paces!

Source: Toyota.com

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