The 2015 Toyota Tacoma outsells every other midsize truck by a two-to-one ratio. Tacomas are so popular, in fact, that they have the highest resale value of any other car on the market, according to the National Automobile Dealers Association and Kelly Blue Book.
But here’s the thing: The Tacoma hasn’t had a complete revamp in a decade. So for 2016, Toyota upgraded everything from the transmission and the engine to the drivetrain and the cabin. Result: a totally new, feature-rich workhorse (prices range from $23,300 to $37,820). Here are our first impressions of the adventuremobile after a week of testing in the woods north of Mount Rainier.