2015 Toyota Tacoma

26,725 Miles
33,613 mi. below average

Vehicle Details

Mileage: 26725
Color: Black
Interior: Graphite
Transmission: 5-Speed Automatic
Drive Train: Four-Wheel Drive
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Model Year:
Trim Level:
Double Cab V6 6MT 4W...
Manufactured in:
Production Seq. Number:
Body Style:
Engine Type:
4.0L V6 DOHC 24V
6-Speed Manual
21.10 gallon
Fuel Economy-city:
15 miles/gallon
Fuel Economy-highway:
19 miles/gallon
Anti-Brake System:
4-Wheel ABS
Steering Type:
Front Brake Type:
Rear Brake Type:
Turning Diameter:
40.70 in.
Front Suspension:
Rear Suspension:
Front Spring Type:
Rear Spring Type:
Front Headroom:
40.20 in.
Rear Headroom:
38.50 in.
Front Legroom:
41.70 in.
Rear Legroom:
32.60 in.
Front Shoulder Room:
57.70 in.
Rear Shoulder Room:
59.30 in.
Front Hip Room:
53.60 in.
Rear Hip Room:
55.20 in.
Overall Length:
208.10 in.
Overall Width:
74.60 in.
Overall Height:
70.10 in.
127.40 in.
Ground Clearance:
9.30 in.
Track Front:
63.00 in.
Track Rear:
63.40 in.
Width at Wheelwell:
41.50 in.
Width at Wall:
56.70 in.
18.00 in.
Standard Seating:
Maximum Towing:
6400 lbs
36 month
36,000 mile
60 month
60,000 mile
60 month
Unlimited mile
$27,155 USD
Dealer Invoice:
$25,157 USD
Destination Charge:
$885 USD
Locking Differential:
Cruise Control:
Leather Steering Wheel:
Navigation Aid:
Front Power Lumbar Support:
Second Row Multi-Adjustable Power Seat:
Cargo Net:
Load Bearing Exterior Rack:
Fog Lights:
Running Boards:
Alloy Wheels:
Power Adjustable Exterior Mirror:
Deep Tinted Glass:
Sliding Rear Pickup Truck Window:
Tow Hitch Receiver:
Towing Preparation Package:

Option & Equipment

Steel Wheels


4WD,​ ABS brakes,​ Electronic Stability Control,​ Illuminated entry,​ Low tire pressure warning,​ Traction control. Say Yes to Great Deals and No to additional fees! The price you see is the price you pay,​ plus Taxes,​NY Doc and DMV. We have the cleanest cars in New York! Complimentary oil changes and tire rotation available with optional purchase of Proactive Platinum Package for Certified Hondas. Priced below KBB Fair Purchase Price! Recent Arrival! Black 2015 Toyota Tacoma 4WD 4.0L V6 EFI DOHC 24V Honda City has been serving Levittown and has been part of the community for over 30 years! Our customer first approach is the reason for our success. We strive to provide the best value on every car we sell,​ and first class service to every customer. Come visit us at Honda City to check out this or any of our quality pre owned vehicles. Or visit us on the web at www.hondacityli.com or call us toll free at 1-800-735-8900. Odometer is 20316 miles below market average! Awards: * JD Power Initial Quality Study (IQS) * 2015 KBB.com Best Resale Value Awards6 Speakers,​AM/FM radio,​CD player,​MP3 decoder,​Radio: Entune AM/FM/CD,​Air Conditioning,​Power steering,​Power windows,​Speed-sensing steering,​Traction control,​ABS brakes,​Anti-whiplash front head restraints,​Dual front impact airbags,​Dual front side impact airbags,​Front anti-roll bar,​Front wheel independent suspension,​Low tire pressure warning,​Occupant sensing airbag,​Overhead airbag,​Brake assist,​Electronic Stability Control,​Power door mirrors,​Rear step bumper,​Driver door bin,​Front reading lights,​Illuminated entry,​Overhead console,​Passenger vanity mirror,​Tachometer,​Telescoping steering wheel,​Tilt steering wheel,​Fabric Seat Trim,​Front Bucket Seats,​Front Center Armrest,​Split folding rear seat,​Passenger door bin,​16" x 7J+30 Style Steel Wheels,​3.727 Axle Ratio

Recalls & Defects

VIN 3TMLU4EN7FM165207 may have been recalled. Check full report for more information

An incorrect label may result in the vehicle being overloaded, increasing the risk of a crash.

Gulf States Toyota, Inc. (Gulf States) is recalling certain model year 2015 Toyota Tacoma vehicles manufactured September 2, 2014, to October 15, 2014. The affected vehicles may contain an incorrect Load Carrying Capacity Modification Label. As a result, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 110, "Tire Selection and Rims for Passenger Cars."

Vehicle Rating & Owner Reviews

Overall Rating
based on 16 Reviews

A 16 Month Nightmare

Joe K on 10/25/2016

Comfort Rating: 5 Performance Rating: 5 Interior Rating: 4 Reliability Rating: 3 Safety Rating: 4 Technology Rating: 2 Value Rating: 3

Please take this into consideration before you spend your money on a Toyota. Let me first begin by saying I am a very understanding and patient person when it comes to having realistic expectatiions with a product, such as a brand new truck. But this ordeal I am about to share with you has resulted in me losing all faith with a corporation like Toyota. Over the course of the last year of owning this vehicle I have spent days upon days driving to and from the car dealer for over 7 warranty issues, and as of recent an 8th that will need to be addressed. 95% of the trips were to and from AutoNation in Denver(over 1.5 hour each way), the dealer in which I bought it from, and consisted of sitting there and waiting for my vehicle each and every time up to 7 hours each day. This has resulted in an exorbitant amount time off work, wasted gas, wasted time, has substantially impaired market value on the truck, and not to mention has begun causing severe headaches and sleepless nights due to the level of frustration this has caused over the last 16 months. It’s not just one system, it has been numerous, and still the truck does not operate like a Tacoma should after all this time. I have had issues with the following components; the clutch pedal, door seals(both would SCREAM when I would drive 65+ or it was the slightest bit windy outside), shifter boot, navigation head unit, head rest, severe “Clunk” sound/feel when stopping, and a faulty low 4 wheel drive. All separate issues that I have had to address on the brand new Toyota I purchased a little over 1 year ago. Among all of the issues, the most severe issue this truck still has is a “clunk” sound and feel that occurs after coming to a stop. It literally feels like someone hit me from behind. Toyota mechanics have recognized this is not normal and have taken the steps to fix the issue including the replacement of the entire drive shaft, trouble shooting the electrical connectors at the transfer case, and NOW after a year Toyota's rep is claiming this “Clunk” is a normal characteristic. At two different dealers, I have had their two lead technicians (one being a mechanic for 26 years with Toyota) recognize this as a defect, and have taken steps to eliminate the “Clunk”. At the latter of the two dealers, the service manager, that Scott Riel(Toyota’s rep) set me up with, sat in my car to experience the clunk, and looked at me in horror, vehemently tell me this clunk is not normal. He then had his lead technician (Warren) get in the truck to experience the “Clunk” only to look at me in shock and say “You’ve been dealing with this for 14 months on a brand new truck?! I am so sorry!” Warren spent the next 30 minutes experiencing the clunk while I would put the truck into 1st gear, drive six inches, stop, and continue to say he never has heard such a sound on a Tacoma. Fast forward a few weeks later when Toyota's rep inspected the vehicle. Contrary to what 2 separate dealers thought, the Toyota rep is now taking the stance "all Tacomas in this model experience the same clunk" as I do when stopping. When sharing with two other Tacoma owners(who have the same model as I do), Toyota’s ruling that the clunk is “fuel slosh”, they are as appalled as I am as neither of their vehicles exhibit this “normal characteristic” supposedly all Tacomas have. And if this characteristic was in fact normal, why would a Toyota technician of 26 years, not recognize this before replacing the entire drive shaft to try and fix the issue? Furthermore, why wouldn’t the service manager or lead technician, in a totally separate dealer, recognize this as normal when they work on Tacomas daily? They both recognized this as ABNORMAL before trying to diagnose and fix the issue. Today I made an attempt to contact Toyota one last time to see if they would agree to replace the fuel tank with one that doesn't allow fuel to build in momentum when I come to a stop, causing enough force to result in my truck jerking forward like someone hit me from behind. They declined indicating that because the Field Technician deems this a normal characteristic, they would not be willing to address this issue any longer. I strongly caution you before you decide to buy a Toyota. I never thought in my wildest dreams that Toyota, of all companies, would try scamming people into buying a model with known issues, and then take the stance these are "normal". And to furthermore show you just what kind of shady practices Toyota uses, consider this. After the first dealer replaced the driveshaft because they thought the clunk was the slip yoke, Scott Riel(Toyota's rep) had my case manager(with Toyota Corp) have me send a screenshot of my payments made to Toyota Financial. He did this so that "Toyota can take care of some payments" for the hassle I had went through up until that point with the driveshaft replacement not fixing the clunk. Toyota never made one payment.

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Overall Rating
9.6 / 10