A photo of the 2021 Toyota Tacoma parked on a rocky outcropping.

Looking to get the most out of your 2021 Tacoma? Check out these Toyota-approved parts and accessories

Where can I buy Toyota-approved aftermarket parts for the 2021 Toyota Tacoma? 

There are a lot of reasons why the Toyota Tacoma stands out from its other midsize pickup truck competitors. One of the not often cited reasons is how easy the truck is to customize to a particular owner’s tastes. Other manufacturers don’t make it as easy as Toyota to upgrade their trucks. So, if you’re wondering, ‘Where can I buy Toyota-approved aftermarket parts for the 2021 Toyota Tacoma,’ the team at Lexington Toyota has some great news for you. Our parts department can order everything you want, and our service department is ready to put them on your truck for you. Better yet, you can order the Toyota-approved aftermarket parts when you order your truck, and our team will install them before you pick it up. Let’s take a closer look at a few things you might need to know. 

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What kind of aftermarket parts are available for the 2021 Tacoma? 

Another reason the Tacoma has remained such a strong model in its class is its inherent off-road capability. Lexington Toyota customers who plan on pushing their 2021 Tacoma to its limits are probably going to need a few more inches of ride height. The new Tacoma lift kit from Toyota Racing Development will provide an additional two inches of life in the front and an extra inch in the rear.

This is available as a dealer-installed option only and it can be added to most 2021 Tacoma trims that are equipped with the available V-6 engine. Also, the TRD lift kit will provide a 23-degree break-over angle and a 24-degree departure angle – both very important factors in off-road driving.

A photo of the new shocks available with the 2021 Toyota Tacoma.
A photo of the 2021 Toyota Tacoma climbing up a rocky hill.

New TRD Shocks for the 2021 Tacoma 

Taking the 2021 Tacoma off-road means stock shocks are just not going to cut it. Bilstein shock absorbers are available for the rear-end that will employ a 2-inch shock tube, compared to the standard 1.5-inch shock. These larger shock body tubes will hold a larger piston that is reportedly some 4 millimeters thicker for increased strength. According to the latest materials from Toyota, the new Tacoma TRD Lift Kit will cost a little more than $1,300, not including labor. 

If you would like to learn more about the new Toyota-approved Tacoma off-road aftermarket parts, make an appointment with a Lexington Toyota product expert today.