2016 Toyota Tacoma SR5 vs TRD Sport

July 6th, 2016 by

In the 2016 Toyota Tacoma line-up, the first-tier SR5 and new, second-tier TRD Sport offer two value-rich packages. They share the Tacoma’s good reputation, which is backed up by an Edmunds A rating and Kelley Blue Book’s high resale values. What will you think when you test drive? Make your choice at Gloucester Toyota dealer serving Newport News VA.


While the standard SR5 engine is a fuel-saving I-4, the TRD Sport comes with action-tuned shock absorbers and a V-6 engine. The SR5 is rated for 3,500-pound tows while the TRD Sport can pull 6,800 pounds.

Style and Comforts

On both models, shoppers can choose an access cab with 73.7-inch bed or a double cab with two bed size options. Dressed in chrome, the SR5 has a lined bed with a rail system and adjustable tie-downs. The cabin comes with the latest dash tech, high quality furnishings, and available GoPro Mount. The TRD Sport wears a hood scoop and bigger wheels. Special features include sporty TRD upholstery, a wireless phone charger, push button start, and a bed-mounted power outlet. Grab a quick quote.


The SR5 dash tech includes a touchscreen, audio streaming, Siri Eyes Free, and a unique navigation app. If you prefer an integrated navigation system, the TRD Sport features a split-enabled touchscreen with the Entune App Suite. This includes weather overlay, predictive traffic and HD radio. The TRD Sport also offers a blind spot monitor and rear cross traffic alert.

With so much value packed into each edition, the Tacoma line-up offers something for everyone at Gloucester Toyota dealer serving Newport News VAValue your trade.