Toyota’s new trio of TRD Pro off-roaders will hit showrooms in the coming months, and the Tacoma version will be the cheapest one of the bunch. Starting at $36,410, the 2015 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro is fitted with a long list of upgrades focused on off-roading. The 2015 4Runner TRD Pro is currently the most expensive TRD Pro model at $41,995, though the Tundra TRD Pro will likely surpass it as the most expensive of the three when its pricing is announced at a later time.

Modifications for the Tacoma TRD Pro include 16-inch beadlock rims wrapped in BF Goodrich all-terrain tires, Bilstein shocks, and TRD springs. Other TRD mods include a cat back exhaust system, TRD shift knob, TRD floor mats, and TRD badges. The Tacoma’s starting price of $36,410 is for the Access Cab body style with a six-speed manual. The Double Cab with the manual starts at $37,320. A five-speed auto is an additional $980.

The 4Runner TRD Pro sports similar modification as the Tacoma sans the cat back exhaust. Additionally, the 4Runner gets 17-inch rims and Nitto Terra Grappler tires. The 4Runner also gets a TRD-sourced skid plate. Paint colors for the TRD Pro lineup include Attitude Black Metallic, Super White, and Inferno (exclusive to TRD Pro). The Tacoma goes on sale next month and the 4Runner will reach showrooms in September. The Tundra is slated to arrive sometime in fall.

Source: Toyota