Used 2017 ToyotaTacoma

  • VIN: 3TMCZ5AN3HM066190
  • Stock: 6174
On The Lot
at HARVEY'S
Location Details
    Odometer
    61,294 miles
    Fuel Economy
    18.0/23.0 mpg City/Hwy
    Exterior Color
    Other
    Interior Color
    Other
    Toyota Tacoma

    Detailed Specifications

    • Max seating capacity: 5
    • Fuel tank capacity: 21
    • Horsepower: 278

    Dealer Notes

    This Vehicle comes with our Limited Lifetime Power Train Warranty. Coverage includes Engine, Transmission, And Drive Axles. The warranty is good for as long as you own the vehicle. Harvey's- GM has a wide selection of exceptional pre-owned vehicles to choose from, including this 2017 Toyota Tacoma. Equipped with 4WD, this Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport gives you added confidence to tackle the surface of any path you take. Surprising quality accompanied by a high level of performance...this Magnetic Gray Metallic on Graphite w/Gun Metal Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport could end up being the perfect match for you. Driven by many, but adored by more, the Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport is a perfect addition to any home. The Tacoma competes with other compact pickup trucks such as the Chevrolet Colorado and the Nissan Frontier. However, neither of these competitors has the reputation of Toyota. Unlike full-sized trucks, the Tacoma is small enough to make sense in both urban and suburban environments. The Tacoma can maneuver nimbly in tight parking lots, and its turning radius is kept reasonable. At the same time, the Toyota offers the kind of utility that compact SUVs can only dream of. With a broad range of customization options, the Tacoma offers a surprisingly amount of comfort, and even gives owners the kind of interior space normally found in sedans. The Tacoma is truly a do-everything vehicle.

    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall4.2Out of 5
    • overrated truck

      By tico on Wednesday, September 09, 2020

      3.0
      i own a 2017 double cab, reliable but very simple inside, the engine is not that great, it is slow feels like the transmision is slow to change gears, it is not a gas saver truck, the sound sistem is bad, the radio is already giving me problems.
    • It was a great truck..... Wasn't in love though

      By KJ on Monday, August 03, 2020

      4.0
      My Fully Loaded Black Tacoma TRD Off Road Double Cab was a great, dependable truck. I have zero complaints on the look, the handling in the snow, the JBL sound system was awesome, it was comfortable in the front, but a little tight in the back. My biggest complaint about it over all is the V6 is very very underwhelming. The lack of power really kept me from keeping it because I loved the way it looked. It was the first year of the new design and I bought it brand new off the show room floor with all the bells and whistles. Tacoma's especially in CO, sell for a premium. I lost $8k in 4 years buying it brand new. I can't ask for anything else out of any vehicle when it comes to resale value and will continue to buy Toyota's for this very reason moving forward. I just couldn't stand how sluggish it was on the highway trying to get up to speed and forget about passing anybody without taxing the RPM's. It's a truck, I completely understand this but I may as well of been driving a 4 cylinder compact in comparison. Towing wasn't a problem, no real difference in performance, but I also never tried to tow a real heavy load with it. You buy this truck to Off-Road in the hills and to be honest, I was afraid too. I couldn't stand the thought of potentially damaging anything on the rocks in the Mountains so, I never really pushed its limits in that regard. What I did do, it handled with ease. Not sure I would buy another one, I think I would probably do a V8 Tundra next time.
    • 2017 SR5 4wd Crew Cab.

      By Golfer on Thursday, July 20, 2017

      5.0
      Prior to purchase, I saw mixed reviews on the new generation. Initially the transmission seemed to be a bit jumpy. But is it a learning transmission. I took it out on a 700 mile trip through flat lands and mountain passes. The transmission settled down and is now really smooth. I would suspect if you driver it hard, the transmission will remember that and learn accordingly. The engine seems to have plenty of power and if you need a little more spunk for hills and towing, there is a button on the dash below the 4x4 nob that will change the shift patter. The seats are great. The new model seats are a bit more elevated that the previous years. Still could use a little more option for adjustment, but it is adequate. Mine has the lumbar adjustment, very effective and easy to us. I am 6 foot and I fit just fine in the truck with head room to spare. I test drove a Sport model as well. The Sport seats seem to set you lower into the seat and the bolsters were a bit to aggressive for me. I found my self having to lift myself out of the Sport seat to try to get out. The SR5 seats sit up a bit more and I just slide out of them. My SR5 came with a factory installed tonneau cover and the tow package, which I highly recommend both. Initially the suspension seemed a bit bouncy on ruff roads, but after the long drive on various roads and terrain, it seems to have settled down. Around town I am averaging 18-19 mpg. But, out on the highway at 65 to 70 mph I saw 24. Anything over 75 dropped the mileage down to 21. The truck is really easy to maneuver in parking lots/spaces. If fits well inside of the garage.

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