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Old 11-10-2017, 05:53 PM
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Iím considering downsizing to a new Tacoma from a full-size not for miledge but just for a smaller truck. Like a dblcab long bed and put a shell on the back. I hear they hold their value very well.
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I've had 3 Dakotas over time and they were all good. ANY 4X4 will get you about 20 MPG any more is usually BS. I have a Tacoma now and it's a awesome truck. 4 LTR V-6 double cab 4X4, great truck and easy to park and fits into the garage with no problem.
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I call bs on the great on fuel part. Donít know one person with that 4.0 that gets good mileage. With that tiny truck good mileage should be 30. Great should be higher.
Call what you want I know, it got an average of 25 MPG at 80 mph on the interstate the 5 speed makes the difference.
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Old 11-11-2017, 03:45 PM
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The older 4.0 litre V6 got fairly poor mileage. My son drove a new little chevy with the diesel motor this spring. He said it seemed really good on fuel.
like i said I have a 2 Wheel drive that makes a huge difference. My son in law traded his FX4 ranger 4 wheel drive for a full size because the full size got better mileage.
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I bought a 2012 Tacoma Crew Cab 4x4 this past spring. Always wanted one. Mine has a 6 speed standard. Nothing special on fuel. I find Toyota quality in the little things better. Handsfree, etc. not as user friendly as I would like. Like the size for when we have to go to the city for appointments and such, smaller truck is much easier for parking. Not sure my next vehicle will be a smaller truck but would like to keep this one when its paid off as a nice run around.
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