2017 Toyota Tacoma vs 2017 Honda Ridgeline
After its redesign in 2016, the Toyota Tacoma is ready to take on all midsize truck challengers. The midsize truck segment is back in a big way thanks to vehicles like the 2017 Tacoma and Honda Ridgeline. The all-new Ridgeline from Honda is getting a lot of press. We’ve decided to compare the 2017 Toyota Tacoma vs 2017 Honda Ridgeline for ourselves to see which vehicle came out on top.
The 2017 Tacoma is available in six trim levels: SR, SR5, TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, Limited, and TRD Pro. If detailed specs and images aren’t quite enough to provide answers to your questions, we’d encourage you to stop into Serra Toyota of Decatur or schedule a test drive to check out one of the 2017 Tacoma models on our lot.
|2017 Tacoma||vs||2017 Ridgeline|
|3.5-liter Atkinson Cycle V6||Engine||3.5-liter V6|
|278 hp / 265 lb-ft||Horsepower / Torque||280 hp / 262 lb-ft|
|6,800 pounds||Max Towing Capacity||5,000 pounds|
The 2017 Tacoma provides more power and off-road features
If you’re looking for a midsize pickup truck that keep up on and off the pavement, you need to see the 2017 Toyota Tacoma in action. The 2017 Honda Ridgeline is gaining a lot of attention for some of its out-of-the-ordinary features not normally found a pickup trucks. The Tacoma delivers at every price level, giving buyers at every price point a shot to own the truck of their dreams. The Tacoma is designed for truck drivers — those who want to put it through its paces each and every day. When properly equipped, the Tacoma can tow up to 6,800 pounds. When you throw in the TRD models in the lineup, the Tacoma becomes the most off-road friendly midsize truck on the market.
While the Honda Ridgeline only presents one engine option, the Tacoma gives buyers the option to add more with an available Tow Package, adding more power to the already impressive 3.5-liter Atkinson-cycle V6 engine. See the impressive 2017 Tacoma right here at Serra Toyota of Decatur. Schedule a test drive online or stop by in person.