whats the difference from a toyota trd to a sr5 to a dlx?

does the dlx have the trd and sr5 package with it already?

2 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    TRD stands for Toyota Racing Development. It's like NISMO for Nissan, STI for Subaru, or Mugen for Honda.

    To my knowledge, there is no "TRD" toyota model, at least not in North America. However you can get some TRD parts as options on some Toyotas. But those are usually individual options, not options packages.

    People who have TRD parts in their cars, or want to pretend that they do, often put TRD logos on their cars.

    SR5 is just an option package on some Toyotas. It isn't standard, it just usually upgrades gauges and the interior. It may or may not mean some sort of performance upgrade. Depends on the car.

  • 4 years ago

    They are both Tacoma's and sr5 is an option package while tacoma pre=runner is height of 4wd while Tacoma 2wd does not come in sr5 and is low to ground.

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