MPG & MSRP For Hybrid 2024 Tacoma Models – Trailhunter, TRD Pro & More!

2024 Tacoma TRD Pro Terra

Toyota Reveals Fuel Consumption & Price For Their New i-FORCE MAX Models

Well, the first $60,000+ Toyota Tacoma is here, technically three models now surpass that number. Toyota has revealed the official MSRP and MPG for their i-FORCE MAX 4th Gen Tacomas and the numbers may shock you.

While I am honestly pretty happy with the fuel economy numbers, the new price tags will take some adjustment considering the new TRD Pro is close to $15K more than the outgoing model of the 3rd Generation… ya you read that right – wild times my friends, wild times.

Let’s take a look now at the MPG numbers and full pricing of these hybrid trucks.

Hybrid MPG

Tacoma Trailhunter Bronze Oxide

When it comes to the word hybrid, the first vehicle that comes to mind for many is the Toyota Prius with its insane MPG numbers. I’m sure there are people out there hoping this new truck would get 30MPG, myself included, but that just simply isn’t the case for the new Tacoma.

The word hybrid simply means two things working together. In this case, it is a 2.4L turbocharged 4cyl mated to an electronic inline parallel electronic generator which combined makes 326hp and 465lb/ft of Torque and improves the MPGs by 3 for select models. This little truck is a monster while also being a bit more efficient at the same time. Check out the official MPG numbers below.

2024 Tacoma Official Hybrid i-Force Max Powertrain MPG

When compared to Limited, TRD Sport, and TRD Off-Road, we see that these hybrid models get a significant bump in city fuel economy along with their average MPG improving by 3 for each model. Along with this, TRD Pro and Trailhunter models seem to have significantly better fuel economy numbers over their competitors by several MPGs. Keep in mind, these models along with the TRD OR come standard with 33″ tires as well.

Hybrid MSRP

Two White 2024 TRD Pro Tacomas

As mentioned at the beginning of this article, we now have three Tacomas that have crossed over the $60K MSRP point, making it the most expensive midsize truck on the market. The i-FORCE MAX powertrain option increased base MSRP by $3700 for Limited, TRD Sport, and TRD OR models. The big price tags though come with the Trailhunter and TRD Pro which you can see below.

2024 Tacoma Official Hybrid i-Force Max Powertrain Pricing

Destination charges not added to MSRP.

By looking at Toyota’s provided pricing, we see that only 4WD models are available with the i-FORCE MAX. Also, I noticed that the Trailhunter is the only hybrid that you can get a 6′ bed with at this time. Things may change in the future though, we shall see.

Final Thoughts

Underground TRD Pro Tacoma

So what do you all think about these numbers from Toyota for both price and also MPG of the new 4th Gen Tacoma hybrids? As I mentioned, I am actually pretty happy about the MPG numbers, the fact that the TRD Pro is lifted a little bit, comes with 33″ tires, and gets upwards of 24 MPG on the highway is pretty awesome. Combining this with the fact that these hybrids are truly meant for performance as well, makes for a very fun truck to drive both on and off-road.

Are you going to pick one of these up yourself now that we know more about it? Or are you still not convinced yet that this truck is as good as the generations before? Let us know in the comments down below!

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Scout
1 month ago

$65k for a truck… (roughly). That certainly is wild. I bet that due to demand, someone will pay $80k marked up – BEFORE tax. Not going to catch me in that situation.

Now… imagine what the 4Runner will cost! I’m scared. Lol.

Nomad
1 month ago

What’s wild is that the 4Runner will be more. Probably $70k for TRD PRO. $75K for TrailHunter and with markups it will push into the $80k – $85k range. OTD Prices with taxes, and registration will be insane.

Scout
1 month ago
Reply to  Brenan Greene

Calling out $90k for a 4Runner right now. Someone will want one bad enough. When the $80k-ish Bronco Raptors came out, some people paid well over $100k…

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