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Average User Score
4.7 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 12 reviews
1995 Toyota Tacoma Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 12 reviews
In 1995, Toyota finally gave their pickup truck a real name: the Tacoma. To celebrate its new name, the compact pickup truck also got a new look, with more aggressive styling. The 1995 Tacoma also got upgraded engines and a redesigned chassis, steering, and suspension.
The 1995 Toyota Tacoma was available in three trim levels: the Regular Cab, the Xtracab, and the SR5 Xtracab. The Regular and the Xtracab were available in 4WD, and the SR5 came standard with it. The base engine was a 2.4-liter, 142-horsepower four cylinder; and a 2.7-liter, 150-horsepower four-cylinder; or a 190-horsepower V6 was also available. Fuel economy varied depending on the engine and cab, and ranged from about 17/19 to 22/28.
Drivers like the 1995 Tacoma because it is compact and light but still can tow and carry sufficient amount. They also say the 4WD handles well in inclement weather. Drivers of the â??95 Tacoma do caution that the car does not offer the most comfortable ride, and it really more for hauling loads than as an every day commuter.
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Toyota Tacoma Questions
Why Does My Truck Die
truck starts but dies at stop signs
Will The 2.7l Out Of A 2000 4 Runner Bolt Up To A 1995 Truck Automatic Tran...
I have a wrecked 4 Runner with a good engine and I can buy a 1995 Tacoma with an automatic transmission that has a good body. Is this engine swap pretty simple?
Automatic Transmission Selector (shifter) That Is Being Affected When Gassi...
I have a 1995 Toyota Tacoma V6 Automatic 4x4 with a automatic transmission selector (shifter) that is being affected when gassing and braking. ???? The transmission fluid is good and the transmissio...
93 Toyota 22r
Has peck in the engine at hi rpm only
Can I Put 15" Rims On My 95 Tacoma Which Has 14" Stock?
I'd like to put 15" rims on because I can get 6 ply tires for them (I drive allot of unpaved rough roads), and for my current 14" rims the highest they make is 4 ply. Would there be any problem with...