2018 Tacoma with TSS-P ??

Discussion in '2016 + Toyota Tacoma' started by OR17TRD, Aug 30, 2017.

  1. snowsurfer29

    snowsurfer29 Member

    Yes they will they are to break if your to close to the vehicle in front of you.
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  3. OP

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    Some of the changes from 2017-2018 2E668F5C-C75D-41F8-9375-DF60D7565A6B.jpeg
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  4. OP

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    I wonder if they will ever add power seats to the Tacoma. :(
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  5. OP

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    Take this with a grain of salt.
    Was talking to my Toyota guy about the 2018 Tacoma and he was saying that they aren’t lifting and are recommending not to lift any new Tacoma due to the TSS-P. The sensors would be affected and would become a safety issue. The Pro model is not going to have the fox suspension they are doing a bilstein shock that’s basically the same as the off-road and won’t have the extra 1” of lift.
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  6. Bogunn

    Bogunn Well-Known Member

    I’m sure they could engineer around it. But that makes sense.
  7. OP

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    I’m sure they won’t but we will ;)
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  8. Nathan

    Nathan Administrator Staff Member

  9. Bogunn

    Bogunn Well-Known Member

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  10. Nathan

    Nathan Administrator Staff Member

    I have a 13 year old. I know people laugh about all this safety stuff but when you have kids within striking distance of driving you start to appreciate it.
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  11. Bogunn

    Bogunn Well-Known Member

    No doubt. It makes a big difference when your kid is getting behind the wheel soon.
  12. OP

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    Still can’t build one on the web site :( 0BFC7863-3C5D-4ECF-AC68-7A048C45DB7C.jpeg
  13. Series6

    Series6 Well-Known Member

    On some pedestrian systems the ped needs to keep moving or the system doesnt "see" them.
  14. OP

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    Like a T. rex :mad:
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  15. Crawdad

    Crawdad Well-Known Member

    I’m kind of glad I got the 17 instead of an 18. I’m not a fan of the cars that can steer themselves.
  16. OP

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    Especially now that @J.R. just confirmed that you can’t lift them or modify them like you can the 2017.
    This may have just helped to increased the value of the 2017 off-road :)
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  17. mcklovin77

    mcklovin77 Well-Known Member

    I think it's 2018 models unless it's like the Avalon etc. My 2017 tacoma off road doesn't have any of that junk also, thank God! And not being able to put a lift on the truck is nuts. I think this will scare away a lot of people looking to get the 2018 models. Good for us 2017 owners and the resale value
  18. iceaxe

    iceaxe Member

    As the owner of a 2018 Tacoma I'm here to tell you the TSS-P system is awesome when you're getting road head... just sayin' the new system does have it's advantages:)
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  19. OP

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

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