In the case of the new Toyota Tacoma, that means it has more accuracy than many other manual diesel vehicles on the market.
Its 5,500 rpm maximum torque is only 0.08 g — more than the 0.06 g that other manual engines have.
That’s about 20 percent more accuracy.
That means it’s also the most reliable manual diesel on the road, and it’s one of the easiest to install.
But its manual transmission, which comes standard with the 2016 Toyota Tacomas, isn’t exactly ideal.
The new Tacomas are available in five different body styles, but we’ll focus on the newer, sportier versions.
There are four different versions of the Tacoma available in the U.S.: the 3-door hatchback, the 4-door sedan, the Sporty 3- or 4-seater and the 4.6-liter V6-powered sedan.
Each of the three body styles comes standard in a base model, with the 4 door hatchback and 4-seat sedan getting $22,500 and $22.500, respectively.
The Sporty 2-door and 4.7-liter hatchback come with $23,000 and $23.500.
The base 4-cylinder engine in the new Tacamas comes in three different sizes, with each offering up to 1,100 horsepower.
They all come with the same four-speed automatic transmission.
The new Sporty model has a six-speed manual transmission that is compatible with the standard 6-speed automated manual transmission.
The four-cylinders are paired to the two turbochargers, which are connected to the exhaust via a small port on the top of the engine, allowing the turbocharger to charge a battery or electric motor.
There’s also a fuel pump on the right side of the cylinder, allowing you to add fuel to the turbo.
The Sporty and 4 engine options come with a manual transmission and an optional six-speaker audio system.
The Toyota Tacamas also come with an 8-inch touchscreen, which can display information like the speedometer, odometer, fuel level, fuel economy and more.
The touchscreen also features a digital instrument cluster that lets you check for fuel leaks and road rash, and you can check the fuel gauge on the dash.
If you need more, you can also get the base model with a six cylinder engine and a sixspeaker system, which costs $25,900 and $27,900, respectively, for a total of $36,800.
The base 3- and 4cylinder engines are also available in that configuration.
All of the manual engines in the 2016 Tacomas come with standard equipment and safety equipment.
The standard manual transmission comes with a five-speed electronic shift control and is compatible in both manual and automatic modes.
The manual transmission is available with the 6-speakers audio system and a cruise control that is available in both Sport and Automatic.
It comes with cruise control with push-button start and the front cross traffic alert feature.
The automatic transmission comes in four trim levels.
The four-mode automatic comes with standard transmissions, a six speed manual transmission with cruise controls and a manual four-wheel drive.
The automatic four-door is a sporty model with the automatic six-way power steering and four-pedal steering.
The 2016 Toyota Tacoma Tacomas arrive in dealerships in the spring of 2019.