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Trim levels, beds, and cabs available on the 2021 Tacoma

2021 Toyota Tacoma configuration options

The 2021 Toyota Tacoma is an impressive truck with a ton of options. In fact, with all of the 2021 Toyota Tacoma configuration options, there is nearly a Tacoma for everybody (unless you need some stronger metal with the 2021 Tundra). We will go through a lot of your configuration options for this truck right here including trim levels, beds, and cab options.

2021 Toyota Tacoma TRD under plate

What trim levels are available for the 2021 Tacoma?

The Tacoma lineup is different from non-truck Toyota models when it comes to trim levels. In total, there are six trim levels and in terms of price and luxury, it starts with the SR and goes up from there with the SR5, TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, Limited, and the top TRD Pro.

In case you didn’t know, TRD stands for Toyota Racing Development, meaning these three TRD trims have some special upgrades suiting the Tacoma for some real off-road use.

2021 Toyota Tacoma cab options

What cab options are available on the 2021 Tacoma

There are two cabs for the 2021 Tacoma. It starts with the Access cab which gives you a seating capacity of four. Though it looks pretty compact, it is actually a four-door cab. The rear doors open rearward and require the front doors to be open to operate and use them.

The other cab is called the Double cab and it’s the larger of the two. With a full bench in back, you get seating for five. These rear doors open frontward and can be operated independently from the front doors.

The Access cab is available on most of the lineup with the SR, SR5, TRD Sport, and the TRD Off-Road. The larger Double cab is available on every trim level of the Tacoma. In fact, if you were keeping score, the Limited and the TRD Pro are only available with a Double cab.

2021 Toyota Tacoma bed with man seating on tailgate

What bed sizes are available on the 2021 Tacoma

There are two bed sizes available on the Tacoma with a 5-foot bed and a 6-foot bed. The Access cab only comes with the larger 6-foot bed. The Double cab offers both bed length options. However, the top TRD Pro is only available with the 5-foot bed, and the entry-level SR is only available with the 5-foot bed when you opt for the Double cab.


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