2013 Toyota Tacoma 4×4 DoubleCab V6 Review (2022)

I’ve always been a fan of the Toyota Tacoma. In the end, much of what I know and remembered about the ones I drove in the past remains true, and many of the compromises of driving a true truck remain solidly stuck in place.

Maybe it turns out that I’ve been a fan of the idea of a Tacoma, rather than the ownership of one. But that’s my problem, and not yours. Nor the Tacoma’s.

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Pricing: 2013 Toyota Tacoma 4×4 DoubleCab V6

Base price (of specific trim):$28,615

Options:$1,550 Automatic Transmission; $5,400 TRD Sport Package; $265 Block Heater

Freight:$1,635

A/C tax:$100

Price as tested:$37,600

Under the Hood

Here you’ll find Toyota’s venerable V6 – over the years, its displacement has crept up to 4.0 Liters. When you hear it, it’s got the same rushing, roaring sound under throttle that this engine’s ancestors made 20 years ago. Some things never change.

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The V6 makes 236 HP @ 5,200 rpm and more importantly, a fairly accessible 266 lb.ft @ 4,000 rpm.This Tacoma tips the scales at 4,275 pounds. Though this differs vastly from North American half-tons, it’s refreshing to drive a truck that doesn’t feel like it weighs a few tons.

The power is fed through a 5-speed automatic, which didn’t impress nor offend. It just…. shifted.

The Tacoma has an 80 Litre fuel tank, which is lovely, because it’s rated at 8.6 L/100 km on the highway and 12.9 L/100 km in the city. Gulp! That’s not me making that sound, it’s the Tacoma’s engine.I averaged roughly 19 L/100 km and I wasn’t driving with a heavy foot. Yikes.

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My truck, with the optional TRD Sport package had a 6500 lb. towing capacity – nothing to sneeze at for a light truck.

Exterior

Toyota has continued to refine the Tacoma over the generations, but really, the look has remained relatively static. In my opinion, that’s a good thing. The Tacoma has a great mix of size, shape and utility.The 4-door looks a bit portly and slightly less handsome than the AccessCab.

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The Tacoma has muscular, flared-out lower door panels and fenders.Ground clearance continues to be exemplary, and it defines this truck’s stance as well.

There’s no missing the high step up into this truck. The ingress might be considered difficult for some, and frankly, painful for others. Hey, it’s part of having a truly capable off-roader.

Interior

Inside I found excellent head and leg room for my 5’10” frame.

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You’re surrounded by almost exclusively hard plastics.The heated, manually-adjustable seats are quite comfortable and offer surprisingly decent bolstering. With that said, the seating position is such that you’re practically in a La-Z-Boy, and you’ll find your feet straight out in front of you. It’s not for everyone.

In front of you is a very short dash, and a couple of “Oh crap!” handles on the A-pillars.

The steering wheel is manually adjustable for reach and height, and it was a good wheel to work with. It matters when you head off road. It has controls for the stereo and phone functions.

Behind the steering wheel sits a 3-gauge instrument cluster, with a small trip meter screen at the bottom.

The center stack starts with a touchscreen head unit at the top. It’s pretty basic, handling audio and phone functions. The stereo sounds pretty good. Below that is an old-school “Hi, I was in Toyotas about 20 years ago” digital clock and underneath that, you’ll find a simple, manual climate control system.

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The console houses some open storage, cupholders, the gear selector and an armrest.

The rear-view mirror displays some goodies, namely the outside temperature and a compass reading AND it has a small screen for the back-up camera with multi-hued distance markings. People complain bitterly about these, but in my opinion, I’d much rather have a little screen up there than none at all. You also get three HomeLink garage door opener buttons.

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There are two 12V plugs and an auxiliary/USB plug on the center stack.

Rear Seats

Getting into the rear seats is fine, other than the step up. Here you’ll find 3 seats, 3 seatbelts and 3 headrests.The 2 outboard seats are comfortable and I found the headroom and leg room to be reasonable. What else do you get back there? 2 cupholders at the back of the center console. And a sliding center window.

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The rear headrests, which can impede the rearward vision, fold down out of the way, and the seat bottoms can flip forward out of the way. Under the seat bottoms are small but useful lidded storage bins.

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Our three kids fit back there like a charm, with space to spare and you’ll find 2 sets of LATCH anchors for their seats.

Storage

Toyota did a great job in using all the nooks and crannies to maximize storage space around the cabin. You get little bins and trays all over the place, including a deep, carpeted one under the armrest.

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If you run out of space around the cabin, there’s this thing called a box that sits right behind the cabin.Toyota has added a couple of small, lidded (but not lockable) bins on the sides of the box for small items. You get 4 heavy-duty stationary tie-downs, and for great flexibility, there are rails along the sides and the front of the box, allowing you to position further tie-down points anywhere you want.

The Drive

That V-6 rewards you with some goodness, and that is plenty of low-end and mid-range torque. I never found myself wanting for more jam in everyday driving. That torque likely bodes well for off-roading as well as towing, although I tested neither of those facets.

The ride is exactly what you might expect from an off-road worthy truck. It’s firm, and a bit bouncy and it will soak up any road imperfections with ease.Speed bump? I didn’t notice any speed bump.Of course, if you encounter any kind of crack, or pothole, or other kind of Canadian road enhancement device, the truck will shudder and buck over it, and remind you that it can flex with the best of them. This isn’t a knock – every other truck does it, and until we figure out how to get rid of leaf-spring suspensions that essentially date back over 100 years, nothing will change.

The handling is very competent. The Tacoma is a confident performer in city driving, and corners are handled with ease. The steering is well-weighted requiring very low effort – just don’t expect a tight turning circle.

The brakes are very effective and powerful.Outward visibility is good, especially for the front and sides.

Being a truck, you expect some wind and road noise, but all in all, it was acceptable. Once on the highway, the wind noise became quite intrusive.

Although I did not have the opportunity to test its off-road capabilities, the Tacoma has a reputation for being bomb-proof and able to take a lot of abuse.

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Details

The TRD Sport package includes a ton of things, not all related to off-roading. You obviously have the ground clearance that’s required. There’s a massive front skid-plate.

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4×4 modes are accessed with a rotary knob, allowing for on-the-fly 2-wheel drive and high or low range 4-wheel drive modes.

There’s also an RSCA switch, which will deactivate the curtain shield airbags, in case of a vehicle roll-over. Wow.

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The Tacoma comes with a key. No, not like the old-school key with remote lock/unlock buttons on it. I mean, the OLDER-school with nothing on it. And a keychain FOB with the remote door lock buttons. Like hanging on an actual keyring. Luckily, if you lose it, you should be able to replace this in any local antique store.

In terms of exterior conveniences, this Tacoma had a tow package with a hitch receiver and a 7-pin plug, and a 120V plug in the box. It seals with a spring-loaded lid, and can be switched from 100W to 400W inside the truck.

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The Verdict

In terms of a light truck, the Tacoma is a good vehicle.The ride is decent, it handles well, it’s a good city vehicle, and a very capable off-roader.

It kind of reminds me of middle-school wrestlers. They looked moderately tough, but there was a surprising amount of substance behind their swagger.The Tacoma has a lot of substance.

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But the substance doesn’t obliterate the compromises. These compromises really won’t surprise anyone who is specifically looking at trucks, and typically you don’t find buyers, who were looking for a nice, normal car or utility vehicle, and ended up buying a truck. People who want trucks, buy trucks – people who don’t, don’t. The high step-in height, the truckish ride, the terrifying mileage – these are all trade-offs that most are quite willing to accept in exchange for the ability to clamber up rocks, down hills, over dirt, snow and anything else you might want to throw at this truck, and also being able to tow something down the road.

The Tacoma is well put-together, well-designed and well backed-up.

In terms of an everyday vehicle, for folks who don’tneeda truck, this would be a strange choice, but I don’t want to patronize this storied 4×4 with a pedestrian rating when nobody would buy this to simply commute with. Or nobodyshouldbe buying it for that anyway.

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WAF (Wife Acceptance Factor) was very low. She didn’t particularly like the ride, nor how high the step-in height was.She did, however, enjoy the lit vanity mirrors. Women.

This particular truck does away with the niceties and luxuries, and strips things down to what Toyota deems to be the essentials. Is it a great value? I don’t think so. It’s pretty darn expensive. But when you consider reliability and the astronomical resale value for Tacos, maybe it’s not the worst value, is it?

Take it or leave it.

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Disclosure: Vehicle was provided by Toyota Canada.

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Is 2013 a good year for tacomas? ›

Is the 2013 Toyota Tacoma a Good Used Truck? The 2013 Toyota Tacoma is a good used truck. It tows more than rival compact pickups can, and its seats are comfortable. The Tacoma has a reasonably smooth ride, and models equipped with available four-wheel drive have good off-road capabilities.

How many miles will a 2013 Toyota Tacoma last? ›

Automotive research firm iSeeCars says the Tacoma can last up to 200,000 miles or more. With regular repairs and maintenance, any Toyota Tacoma can reach 300,000 miles with ease. If you drive 20,000 to 30,000 miles in a year, your Tacoma can last 10 to 15 years before needing major repairs.

What year did Toyota Tacoma have transmission problems? ›

The Toyota Tacoma has known transmission problems, affecting trucks that have logged anywhere between 125,000 and 150,000 miles. These issues prevent the vehicle from shifting correctly and have been reported among Tacoma vehicles built from 1995 to 2015.

Is Toyota Tacoma V6 reliable? ›

Is the Toyota Tacoma Reliable? The 2022 Toyota Tacoma has a predicted reliability score of 81 out of 100. A J.D. Power predicted reliability score of 91-100 is considered the Best, 81-90 is Great, 70-80 is Average, and 0-69 is Fair and considered below average.

What year is most reliable Tacoma? ›

The best-rated Tacomas from the first generation include 2000, 2001, 2003, and 2004. But 2004 is rated lower in satisfaction ratings. , “2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 all have perfect reliability verdict ratings.”

What year Tacoma has the least problems? ›

Even though it takes you back more than 20 years to find the Tacoma versions with the fewest problems, the most reliable versions of this Toyota truck are found in the 1995-2004 model years. These trucks are highly reliable and have very few reported complaints.

Is Tacoma timing belt or chain? ›

Newer models use timing belts made of polyurethane and Kevlar for long life and durability. They can go as long as 100,000 miles although it's always a good idea to change it before then.

Is Toyota Tacoma cheap to maintain? ›

Toyota Tacoma Maintenance Costs

A Toyota Tacoma will cost about $6,420 for maintenance and repairs during its first 10 years of service. This beats the industry average for popular pickup models by $3,901. There is also a 18.51% chance that a Tacoma will require a major repair during that time.

Are tacomas the most reliable truck? ›

The first thing you will notice about Toyota Tacomas for sale is their reliability and how long they last. If well maintained, Tacomas are capable of lasting between 300,000 and 400,000 miles. Not only are Tacomas reliable, but they also provide a lot of value for the cost and are very affordable.

What year Tacoma Not to Buy? ›

Quick Answer: Avoid Toyota Tacoma Year Models 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2016, and 2017. There have been a lot of issues reported with the 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2016, and 2017 Toyota Tacoma year models, and we recommend avoiding them.

What years of Tacoma had a frame recall? ›

Toyota, in 2016, settled a class-action suit by agreeing to spend $3 billion to repair millions of Tacomas, Tundras, and Sequioa SUV's with rusting frames. Model years affected are from 2004 to 2008 (or 2010 in a few cases).

What year Tacoma is recalled frame? ›

In 2016, the car manufacturer agreed to repair or buy back millions of Tacomas, Tundras and Sequioa SUVS with rusting frames from 2004 to 2008 — or even 2010 in some cases.

How long will a V6 Tacoma last? ›

Standard cars are known to last up to 200,000 miles, while a well-maintained Toyota Tacoma will last far past 300,000 miles. Some reports say that Toyota Tacomas have lasted over 400,000 miles.

Is the Tacoma worth buying? ›

The 2023 Toyota Tacoma midsize pickup truck is one of the company's best-sellers and one of the most popular choices in its class. It's tough, well-built, and retains its value better than any rival.

Are Tacomas expensive to repair? ›

The Toyota Tacoma is a well-kept secret, and inexpensive to maintain.

What model Tacoma is best? ›

Experts agree the best 2022 Toyota Tacoma trim is the TRD Off-Road model. However, there's an even more expensive, well-equipped off-road model at the top of the range of Tacomas, the TRD Pro.

Are used Tacomas worth the money? ›

Generally, it's a great decision to buy a used Toyota Tacoma. If you can find a Tacoma for the right price, you can trust it as a dependable, long-lasting option. The Tacoma also holds its value pretty well, depending on vehicle history.

Are Tacomas good in snow? ›

A popular model since the mid-90s, Toyota's Tacoma pickup was made for winter. With four-wheel drive and traction control, those behind the steering wheel feel in control at all times and can even tackle heavy snow with the truck's high ground clearance.

Are Toyota Tacomas good on gas? ›

Whether you need a vehicle that can keep you working all day or you just want to take on the off-road trails for hours on end, the Toyota Tacoma has the fuel efficiency you need. This truck is engineered to be lightweight and efficient, achieving an EPA-estimated 20 city/23 highway MPG.

What is high mileage for a Toyota Tacoma? ›

Many have driven them well into 250K miles with little to no hassle at all. Generally speaking, most people consider 90K miles on a vehicle to be high, however, the Tacoma can run well into 200K miles without major issues. More common issues reported on these Tacoma's are paint chips on the hood and roof.

How long do Tacoma transmissions last? ›

2016 and 2017 V6 Tacomas May See a Shorter Lifespan Owing to Transmission Issues. Most Tacomas will have no problem reaching 200,000 miles, and with proper maintenance, 300,000 is totally doable.

Does a 2013 Toyota Tacoma v6 have a timing belt? ›

Newer models use timing belts made of polyurethane and Kevlar for long life and durability. They can go as long as 100,000 miles although it's always a good idea to change it before then. Belt failure can cause extensive damage to the valves, pistons and other internal parts of the engine.

How much does it cost to replace a timing chain on a Toyota Tacoma? ›

The average cost for Toyota Tacoma Timing Chain Replacement is $1904.

Are Toyota Tacoma transmissions reliable? ›

Changing from park to reverse, for example, causes the truck to lunge forward. The Toyota Tacoma transmission problems, or more commonly known as the “Tacoma Lurch” has not gone unnoticed. According to Motorbiscuit “The Toyota Tacoma has one of the worst automatic transmissions out of any Toyota model.”

Can you daily drive a Tacoma? ›

This is an excellent vehicle for daily driving if you plan to purchase a truck for the first time, but even dedicated truck owners love the Toyota Tacoma for its ruggedness and durability in virtually any driving conditions.

How often do Tacomas need oil changes? ›

How often does a 2022 Toyota Tacoma need an Oil Change? An oil change is one of the most basic and essential services for your vehicle. Synthetic oil normally should be changed every 7,500 - 10,000 miles. Toyota advises getting your 2022 Toyota Tacoma oil & filter changed every 3,000-5,000 miles for conventional oil.

Do Tacoma trucks hold their value? ›

Despite being six years older than the larger Tundra, the Toyota Tacoma holds its value better. After five years of ownership, the average Tacoma is projected to retain 63.5 percent of its initial purchase price.

Which Toyota truck lasts the longest? ›

The longest-lasting vehicle, according to iSeeCars is the Toyota Land Cruiser, and more than 18% of Land Cruisers make it past 200,000 miles. In the light-duty pickup list, Toyota took 2 of the 11 spots. However, the Honda Ridgeline beat out the Toyota Tacoma.

Which is more reliable a Tacoma or f150? ›

The Tacoma ranks noticeably better in terms of our findings on reliability and annual cost of repairs. Making a choice between these two pickup trucks comes down to what your needs are. For everyday, personal transportation of people and things, the Tacoma should do just fine.

Are Tacomas easy to fix? ›

The probability of a repair being a severe or major issue is 17% for the Tacoma, compared to an average of 13% for midsize trucks and 12% for all vehicle models. While repairs tend to be more severe than average, the number of those issues is low, so major repairs are uncommon for the Tacoma.

Will Toyota replace a rusted frame? ›

If the inspection shows that your Subject Vehicle's frame should be replaced, an authorized Toyota Dealer will replace the frame, at no cost to you.

What years did Toyota have frame rust problems? ›

In 2016, Toyota agreed to repair or buy back millions of Tacomas, Tundras and Sequoia SUVs with rusting frames. This included models from 2004 to 2008, or in some cases, 2010. But the program expires 15 years after the date of manufacturing.

Can you still get Tacoma frame recall? ›

The program has now expired. 2000-2010 Tacoma: This program introduced a mandatory inspection, without which coverage could be refused. The more recent pickups in this group still fall under the warranty extension up to 12 years on the road, and are eligible for repair or replacement of the frame if required.

What does SR5 mean on a Toyota Tacoma? ›

With this vehicle, you get both off-road prowess and a vehicle that can handle heavy-city traffic in one vehicle. One of the most popular 4Runner trims is the Toyota 4Runner SR5, but not many of our Washington customers know what SR5 means. It stands for Sport Rally 5.

What year Tacomas were made in Japan? ›

The Toyota Tacoma is a pickup truck manufactured by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota since 1995. The first-generation Tacoma (model years 1995 through 2004) was classified as a compact pickup.
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Which Tacomas have frame issues? ›

In November of 2008, the 1995 to 2004 Tacoma suffered so much damage that the company had to repurchase them. Toyota then conducted extensive frame repairs and extended the frame-corrosion warranty by 15 years.

Which Toyota V6 engine is most reliable? ›

We would nominate the 2GR-FKS or the A25A-FXS as Toyota's best engines, depending on whether you are looking for traditional V6 power or cutting-edge hybrid efficiency.
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Is the Toyota Tacoma V6 fast? ›

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One detail that makes this vehicle even better, the Toyota Tacoma can accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 7.7 seconds. Every 2021 Tacoma that uses the 3.5-Liter V6 is expected to move this fast, however, the 2.7L 4-cylinder engine is a tad bit slower from the line.

Is the Tacoma 4.0 V6 a good engine? ›

The Dual VVT-i 4.0 V6 engine found in the 09+ models is smooth, quiet, and reliable with engine longevity easily reaching over 200,000 miles (320,000 km). It's no secret that regular maintenance and using high-grade oils and lubricants is the key to reliability on almost any engine.

Should you buy a Tacoma new or used? ›

Buying notes: The Toyota Tacoma midsize truck is known for its strong resale value, and there aren't many savings to be had on 1- to 2-year-old models. Even a 3-year-old model will have an average savings of less than $4,000. Buying a new Tacoma can maximize your Tacoma ownership experience.

Why is no one buying the Toyota Tacoma? ›

Toyota pickup trucks are not having a great year. Toyota has not redesigned its Tacoma pickup in over seven years and sales of the aging midsize truck are slumping. The automaker did re-engineer its full-size Tundra truck for the 2022 model year, spurring a short sales boom.

Why are Tacoma trucks so good? ›

Why Do People Like The Tacoma So Much? The Tacoma fits nicely on the pickup truck theme, a mid-size truck able to haul what most people would on a daily basis in return for good fuel mileage, low cost of ownership and most importantly depreciation.

Is insurance expensive on a Tacoma? ›

MoneyGeek found that the average annual cost of insuring a Toyota Tacoma is $1,181, which is lower than the general average. Compared to other cars, the Toyota Tacoma is fairly inexpensive to insure. The rate you get might vary depending on the age of your vehicle and the insurance company you select.

What is the most reliable small truck on the market? ›

Check out details, features, and more in our best small trucks list.
  • Honda Ridgeline.
  • GMC Canyon.
  • Ford Ranger.
  • Nissan Frontier.
  • Toyota Tacoma.
  • Chevrolet Colorado.
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Do Tacomas go up in value? ›

For instance, a 2019 base model Toyota Tacoma had an MSRP of around $30,000. While the TRD was around $38,000. Today, a 2019 Toyota Tacoma TRD is selling for almost $40,000. That's not a depreciation at all.
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What Gen is a 2013 Toyota Tacoma? ›

The first-generation Tacoma (model years 1995 through 2004) was classified as a compact pickup. The second generation (model years 2005 through 2015) as well as the third generation (in production since 2015) are classified as mid-sized pickups.

What year Tacoma has frame recall? ›

In November of 2008, the 1995 to 2004 Tacoma suffered so much damage that the company had to repurchase them. Toyota then conducted extensive frame repairs and extended the frame-corrosion warranty by 15 years.

Is buying an old Tacoma worth it? ›

The Tacoma has an excellent reputation as a trouble-free pickup with strong reliability ratings and resale value. They're also in high demand in the used truck market and can therefore fetch a higher premium.

Do Toyota Tacomas get good gas mileage? ›

Whether you need a vehicle that can keep you working all day or you just want to take on the off-road trails for hours on end, the Toyota Tacoma has the fuel efficiency you need. This truck is engineered to be lightweight and efficient, achieving an EPA-estimated 20 city/23 highway MPG.

What is the difference between a Tacoma and a Tacoma TRD? ›

The base SR trim level pulls 159 horsepower from its 2.7-liter, four-cylinder engine. This is paired with a six-speed auto transmission. The TRD Sport, on the other hand, draws 278 horsepower from its 3.5-liter V6 engine. It has the same transmission and is also equipped with a sport suspension system.

What does Tacoma mean? ›

The American boy's name Tacoma meaning “snowy mountain peak,” refers to Mount Rainier in Tacoma, Washington.

Which Tacoma is the best model? ›

Experts agree the best 2022 Toyota Tacoma trim is the TRD Off-Road model. However, there's an even more expensive, well-equipped off-road model at the top of the range of Tacomas, the TRD Pro.

What is considered high mileage for a Toyota? ›

Up to 1000 miles a month – or 12,000 miles per year – is seen as average car use, any more than that would be considered high mileage – a two-year-old car with 40,000 miles, say. That said, the term 'high mileage' is usually reserved for cars that have covered 100,000 miles or more.

Is a Toyota Tacoma a good daily driver? ›

This is an excellent vehicle for daily driving if you plan to purchase a truck for the first time, but even dedicated truck owners love the Toyota Tacoma for its ruggedness and durability in virtually any driving conditions.

Do Tacoma hold their value? ›

Predicted Resale Value After 5 Years of Ownership: 55.8%

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