Pitts Toyota Reviews the Differences Between the Tacoma SR and SR5 Models
If you are trying to get the best possible deal on a midsized truck, you will want to look at the entry level SR and the second-tier SR5. Both trims offer budget pricing, and shoppers enjoy a good value for their money at Pitts Toyota dealer serving Dublin, GA.
Both models offer an I-4 and a V-6. An SR has a five-speed manual while the SR5 has a six-speed automatic transmission.
SR buyers can either get a crew cab with five-foot bed or an extended cab with a 6.1-inch bed. Stepping up to the SR5, you have a third choice, the bigger cab with the biggest bed. To delete the rear bench in the extended cab in favor of a flat cargo space, you will want to choose the SR.
The SR wears 16-inch steel wheels and sports a dark grille. SR5 editions add chrome to brighten up the look. In both models, the bed wears a tough composite so you don’t have the added expense of a bedliner. There are also movable cleats which can be used for tying down your cargo.
These two editions wear cloth upholstery and have an exclusive Go Pro camera mount. Adjustable seats and an adjustable steering wheel help the driver find a comfortable position. The basic Entune system comes with steering wheel control buttons and USB interface. The SR5 expands the Entune system, adding more features and the exclusive GPS navigation app. SR5 editions also have a leather-clad steering wheel, remote entry, and rear privacy glass.
Now that you know more, come make your choice at Pitts Toyota dealer serving Dublin, GA.