How Much Does a Toyota Tacoma Weigh?

The base model 2014 Toyota Tacoma has a curb weight of 3,765 pounds, states the company’s official website. Additional options, such as a larger engine or extended cab, increase the weight. The Tacoma Double Cab with a V6 engine weighs 4,220 pounds.

Truck statistics often show several different weights. One of the most common is curb weight, the weight of the vehicle with a full tank of gas and standard equipment; this value does not include passengers or cargo. Another is gross vehicle weight rating, or GVWR, which is the maximum allowable weight for a truck, including passengers and a full cargo load. The GVWR for the base Tacoma is 5,100 pounds. The extended cab version has a GVWR of 5,500 pounds.