2018 Toyota Tacoma

2018 Honda Ridgeline

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Power. Capability. Attitude. That's what Streamwood and Schaumburg drivers want in a pickup truck. The Toyota Tacoma vs. Honda Ridgeline is a strong matchup, pitting Honda vs. Toyota, two enduring brands against each other. Payload, towing, and warranty are just a few standout categories in the Toyota Tacoma specs. Visit Elgin Toyota to check out our inventory, and see the Tacoma for yourself.

Payload and Towing

It's all about work when it comes to pickup trucks, and there's a big difference between the payload and towing capabilities of the Honda Ridgeline vs. Toyota Tacoma. The maximum trailer towing capacity for the Tacoma is 6,800 pounds, while the Ridgeline tops out at 5,000 pounds. As for payload, the Tacoma beats the Ridgeline again - 1,620 pounds vs. 1,580 pounds.

Warranty and Options

The Tacoma comes with a generous scheduled maintenance plan of two years and 25,000 miles, so oil changes and other required maintenance are paid for. The Ridgeline doesn't come with a scheduled maintenance plan. Additionally, when you select the Toyota Tacoma, you have more options to find a vehicle that meets your needs. The Tacoma is offered in extended cab and crew cab body styles. If you opt for the Ridgeline, extended cab models are not an option.

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