A left profile photo of the 2021 Toyota Tacoma Trail Special Edition.

Get ready to get dirty with the 2021 Tacoma Trail Special Edition

2021 Toyota Tacoma Trail Features and Price Information 

For quite a few years, the Toyota Tacoma was the gold standard of midsize pickup trucks available to customers. However, the landscape has changed more recently, but that hasn’t stopped the Tacoma from being one of the top choices in its industry segment. Customers curious about the 2021 Toyota Tacoma Trail features and price information are in luck. Our manufacturing partner has released this data and the product experts working at the Lexington Toyota showroom have been anxious to get it into the hands of potential customers. The 2021 Tacoma Trail Special Edition is based on an existing trim grade, but with a few additional surprises. Let’s take a closer look at what the truck has to offer. 

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Owners of the Toyota Tacoma have always skewed toward those who like to get a little dirty. The 2020 Tacoma Trail Special Edition is based on the existing SR5 trim and can be equipped with either two- or four-wheel-drive. Every Trail version of the 2021 Tacoma has exclusive black exterior badging as well as black upholstery with tan contrast stitching.  

Since the Toyota Tacoma Trail Special Edition is likely to be driving where things get muddy, each truck will also come with all-weather floor liners as standard equipment. Toyota has also outfitted the Trail Special Edition with Dark Gray 16-inch TRD Off-Road wheels that are wrapped with Kevlar all-terrain tires. 

A photo of the cargo bed in the 2021 Toyota Trail Special Edition.
A photo of the insulated storage box available with the 2021 Tacoma Trail Special Edition.

Off-road driving has a few extra requirements that might not be necessary with more standard activities. Toyota has anticipated this with the 2021 Tacoma Trail Special Edition and the pair of lockable storage compartments in the cargo bed. Additionally, one of the storage compartments is insulated and has a drain plug to it can also function as a cooler. 

How much does it cost? 

Lexington Toyota customers who want a two-wheel-drive version of the 2021 Tacoma Trail will see a price tag of around $34,000 and adding four-wheel-drive will start around $37,000. 

If you want to start the pre-ordering process for the 2021 Toyota Tacoma Trail Edition before it goes on sale should schedule an appointment with a Lexington Toyota product expert today.