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We drove a $43500 Chevy Colorado ZR2 and a $44000 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro to see which we liked better — here's …

We drove a $43500 Chevy Colorado ZR2 and a $44000 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro to see which we liked better — here's …

We drove a $43500 Chevy Colorado ZR2 and a $44000 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro to see which we liked better — here's …

Toyota Tacoma TRD ProThe Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro 4×4 pickup truck.Matthew DeBord/BI

  • After I named the Chevy Colorado ZR2 the winner in a battle of the mid-size pickup trucks against the Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport, some folks said I should have chosen the TRD Pro.
  • So I asked Toyota to let me borrow the Pro.
  • And the Pro proved itself!

In March, I pitted a 2018 $43,500 Chevy Colorado ZR2 against a Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport in a battle of offroading-oriented mid-size pickup trucks.

The Colorado ZR2 came out on top, but the $38,000 Tacoma TRD Sport commended itself quite well. I heard, however, from numerous readers about why I should have compared the Chevy with the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro, a more robust offroader. 

Toyota kindly let me borrow a 2017 TRD Pro for a new matchup, and here’s how it went. Bear in mind that at Business Insider we have limited ability to go rock-busting in these vehicles. But in the case of the TRD Pro, I did find some mud.

Published at Sun, 13 May 2018 13:15:05 +0000

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