toyota tacoma

Asked by May 04, 2009 at 07:46 PM about the 2005 Toyota Tacoma

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i heard that the 2005+ tacoma has transmission issues for the v6 models. my dads thinking about the 2009 tacoma any recommends. hes swiching from a 97 tacoma to 2009 tacoma

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25

Does he want an automatic or manual? If he wants a manual, tell him to get an X-Runner.. It's a 6 speed

7,535

why a toyota tacoma? a lot of people dont like american made products but american trucks are the best hands down. just my opinion

5

we have two '05 Tacomas' that we beat the heck out of on our farm they both have V6. Both of them have held up really well. For a mid size pickup i dont think that you can get anything better. They are alot better then the midsize american made pickups.

15

yeah the transmition problems are common on the automatic gear box! but still the tacoma was used by the u.s army over in iraq during opperation freedom and they never had any problems with theirs! its known as a hilux over here and its been proven that these models are near indesrtuctable( left out at sea! dropped from over 100 ft you name it and it still worked)

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