Top Reasons to Check Out The 2017 TRD Pro Series

Experience a Toyota vehicle with an edge. The new 2017 Toyota Racing Development (TRD) Pro Series – comprised of the 2017 Tacoma and 2017 Tundra trucks and the 2017 4Runner SUV – are equipped with off-road performance TRD hardware.

1. The 2017 TRD Pro Series Is Powerful

The 2017 Tundra TRD Pro at Waldorf Toyota comes standard with a 381-horsepower 5.7L V8 engine, which allows you to hold a max payload of 1,630 pounds and tow up to 9,700 pounds. Meanwhile, the 2017 4Runner TRD Pro and 2017 Tacoma TRD Pro are equipped with mighty V6 engines. All models have features that help with off-road driving, such as Multi-Terrain Select, Crawl Control and much more.

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2. The 2017 TRD Pro Series Has Unique Style

Stand out on the road – or in the mud – with the distinct design of the 2017 TRD Pro Series near Lexington Park. The new TRD Tacoma Pro features a blacked-out hood scoop and a “TOYOTA” heritage grille. Meanwhile, the 2017 TRD Tundra Pro has exclusive black-bezel headlights and an oversize “TOYOTA” grille. The 2017 4Runner SUV is outfitted with black badging and 17-inch matte-black TRD alloy wheels.

3. The New TRD Pro Series Has a Comfortable Interior

The 2017 TRD Pro Series was built to deliver off-road performance, but that doesn’t mean it can’t have a luxurious interior. The new TRD Pro Series features red-stitched SofTex® seats, an Entune® Premium Audio system and more.

Waldorf Toyota in Southern Maryland proudly serves drivers in the Alexandria, Clinton and Lexington Park.

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