The Toyota Tacoma has been killing it in the mid-size pickup truck class for more than a decade. And when a company has the kind of dominant sales leadership that Toyota has had in the segment, it works very hard to consolidate that. One way is through variety. The Tacoma is available in 30 different variants across the extended "Access Cab" and even larger "Double Cab" models in both rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive versions.
Because of the variety, you should be able to find a Tacoma to fit your needs. Whether it is an economical “work truck” or a near-luxury four-by-four with serious off-road credentials, Toyota has a Tacoma for that. J.D. Power gave the 2018 Tacoma its highest marks for Predicted Reliability but cited it as below-average in Overall Quality.