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TRD Pro Production Numbers

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Does anyone have any knowledge of TRD Pro productions/sales numbers? I emailed Toyota a year or so after I got mine because I got curious how rare it was (or wasn't). They told me: "We apologize, we are unable to provide the information you requested. Toyota appreciates your enthusiasm for our brand."

Figured I'd ask here since it popped into my head this afternoon again.
 

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Toyota should make a certain amount each year and give each trd pro a number, like xxxx out of 2000. Similar to the scion release series.
 

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That would be cool.
 

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Toyota should make a certain amount each year and give each trd pro a number, like xxxx out of 2000. Similar to the scion release series.
Scion needed that for their pure market pricing model.
PRO's don't because they will sell.


This says 5000. Most sales people will throw an estimate of 2000-3500. They usually just say whatever and don't really know anything or just regurgitate whatever they're rep tells them. Even then that's the least of their worries.

But it also seems like they can just build them. Makes sense since it's not "limited". Limited to a certain extent.
Once it hits the port, you can order one and they'll just build it. Think about it. If someone is paying for it, why not? There's nothing to not build it a PRO if it's paid for.
 

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As a Tacoma TRD Pro owner I’d also like to know the number of vehicles manufactured/sold each year.

It’s worth noting the above article “Things to know about Toyota’s TRD Pro trucks” was written Feb. 2018, and states, “they fly off the lot”. I’m curious if this is still true??? In my experience, I went to my local dealer in Sept. of 2019 to buy a TRD Sport, and they offered me a deal on my TRD Pro, which I later learned had been on the lot for over 9 months.

Don’t get me wrong, I love my TRD Pro, but for the cost of a TRD Pro I’m pretty certain most folks prefer to buy a Tacoma model with less options and then build it their own way.
 

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5000 units a year that's not many out of the 248801 (https://www.goodcarbadcar.net/toyota-tacoma-sales-figures/) Tacomas they sold in 2019.

When I went to the dealer merely to look at Tacomas in October 2019 I ended up buying the Pro because the price was right, I liked it and that was that. Same as Rick, I found out they had been sitting on it for a number of months and they had 2 in stock.

Not being in to modifying vehicle much anymore how the Pro came fit the bill for me. I didn't want to mess with suspension, wheels, etc.

It would be nice/cool to know just how rare of a bird it is. I haven't seen another Voodoo Pro in person since I've had mine and it's been over 2 years now.
 

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I ordered a trd pro in October 2021 and they are now telling me it will be a 2023 model but they have no idea when it will arrive.
 

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Don’t get me wrong, I love my TRD Pro, but for the cost of a TRD Pro I’m pretty certain most folks prefer to buy a Tacoma model with less options and then build it their own way.

This is exactly the best approach,
I was lucky my truck was a special-order Sport the guy who ordered it got tried waiting 6 months and bought something else on the lot.

I can install whatever I feel necessary, right now I the only thing I would change is the Toyo tires from OS to TA.
A front bumper/winch would be nice BUT the one I put on the Jeep to this day has never been used (7 years of not getting stuck).
The winch is literally a mental insurance policy.

I would suggest building your truck to suit you, not the other guy who will not drive it.

Does, he who dies with the most toys win?
Most likely no.
 

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I ordered a trd pro in October 2021 and they are now telling me it will be a 2023 model but they have no idea when it will arrive.
I lucked out and snagged a special order 2022 in Electric Lime that was canceled by the original buyer. It came from a corporate owned dealer. They told me that there are roughly 7,000-10,000 TRD Pros a year and of those they limit the special edition colors to about 2,000 each. Since it was a late year delivery, (August) I’m told it has 2023 options because the line switched over.

Of course I have no way of verifying any of this.