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Read more about Review: Mud Bogging the Updated 2019 Toyota TRD Pro Lineup on Off-Road.comHas anyone else noticed how intense the truck market is right now? Trucks and SUVs are selling at astonishing rates, as evidenced by the fact that streets and freeways are full of the monster-sized vehicles.
Albeit a small piece of the pie, the purpose-built off-road machines now gracing the market represent the “fun” side – you’ve seen the Ford F-150 Raptor, Chevy Colorado ZR2, and the Toyota TRD Pro lineup. The latter of the bunch have gone through a significant mid-cycle refresh and we recently returned from a first drive of the new 4Runner, Tacoma, and Tundra TRD Pro vehicles in the muddy confines of Northwest OHV Park in Bridgeport, Texas.
After driving all of these machines in TRD Pro trim in the past, save for the Tacoma, which I had only driven in TRD Off-Road trim, I had a great comparison between these new trucks and the past models that you’ll now be able to find on the “used” lots. Well, just kidding, Toyota can’t keep any of these TRD Pro models in stock, and that probably isn’t going to change.