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2009 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner TRD Access Cab 4.0L V6 2WD 6-Speed Manual

Rare & Hard To Find Prerunner 6-Speed Manual With Good Service History!


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The 2nd Gen Tacoma you rarely see available for sale with the sought-after 6-speed manual transmission! The 2009 Toyota Tacoma Prerunner 2WD Access Cab TRD with factory rear e-locker. Extremely well maintained 2 owners clean carfax, 24 service records, no accidents, and a clean California title. Powered by the indestructible 4.0L vvt-i V6 (with a metal timing chain you never have to replace) paired to a 6-speed manual transmission.  Finished in Silver Streak Mica with graphite cloth interior. A great Tacoma with a ton of life left. Bumper-to-bumper extended warranty, financing, and delivery are available!



  • Cabin Air Filter
  • Engine Air Filter
  • NGK Iridium Spark Plugs
  • Bando Serpentine Belt
  • MAF Sensor Cleaned
  • Throttle Body Cleaned
  • Beam Wiper Blades
  • Gas Cap
  • All-In-One Paint Protection (Polish, Finish, Sealed)
  • Smogged


Features on this ’09 Tacoma Prerunner Access Cab include dual front and side curtain airbags, 17″ alloy wheels, a factory Bedliner with a cargo rail system, foglights, six-foot bed, factory tow package, sliding rear window, rear diff lock, 400W bed power plug, traction/stability control, steering wheel audio controls, back up camera, Kenwood double-din head unit with Bluetooth audio, USB/AUX inputs, and more. To see all factory specs click the TECH SPECS tab on this listing.










2009 Toyota Tacoma

PreRunner Access Cab V6 2WD
4.0L V6 DOHC 24V
Manufactured in
Fremont, California
13 year(s)


Model Year 2009
Make Toyota
Model Tacoma
Trim Level PreRunner Access Cab V6 2WD
Manufactured in Fremont, California


Engine Type 4.0L V6 DOHC 24V
Transmission-short 6M
Transmission-long 6-Speed Manual
Driveline RWD
Limited Slip Differential Standard
Locking Differential Optional
Traction Control Standard
Vehicle Stability Control System Standard


Turning Diameter 40.60 in.
Front Headroom 40.00 in.
Rear Headroom 35.20 in.
Front Legroom 41.70 in.
Rear Legroom 28.20 in.
Front Shoulder Room 57.70 in.
Rear Shoulder Room 57.70 in.
Front Hip Room 53.60 in.
Rear Hip Room 53.60 in.
Overall Length 208.10 in.
Overall Width 74.60 in.
Overall Height 69.90 in.
Wheelbase 127.80 in.
Track Front 63.00 in.
Track Rear 63.40 in.
Cargo Length 73.50 in.
Width at Wheelwell 41.50 in.
Width at Wall 56.70 in.
Depth 18.00 in.
Passenger Volume 88.70 cu.ft.
Cargo Volume No data


Tank 21.00 gallon
Fuel Economy-city 15 miles/gallon
Fuel Economy-highway 19 miles/gallon


Anti-Brake System 4-Wheel ABS
Front Brake Type Disc
Rear Brake Type Drum
ABS Brakes Standard


Steering Type R&P
Front Suspension Ind
Rear Suspension Live
Front Spring Type Coil
Rear Spring Type Leaf


Curb Weight-automatic 3810 to 3835 lbs
Curb Weight-manual 3810 lbs
Standard Towing 3500 lbs
Maximum Towing 6500 lbs
Standard Payload 1440 lbs
Maximum Payload 1440 lbs
Standard GVWR 5250 lbs
Maximum GVWR 5250 lbs

Wheels and Tires

Tires 245/75R16
Alloy Wheels Optional
Chrome Wheels N/A
Full Size Spare Tire Standard
Run Flat Tires N/A
Steel Wheels Standard


Air Conditioning Standard
Separate Driver/Front Passenger Climate Controls N/A


Child Safety Door Locks N/A
Power Door Locks Standard
Vehicle Anti-Theft Standard
Driver Airbag Standard
Front Side Airbag Standard
Front Side Airbag with Head Protection N/A
Passenger Airbag Standard
Side Head Curtain Airbag Standard
Second Row Side Airbag N/A
Second Row Side Airbag with Head Protection N/A
Electronic Parking Aid Optional
First Aid Kit Optional
Trunk Anti-Trap Device N/A
Keyless Entry Optional
Remote Ignition N/A


Basic-duration 36 month
Basic-distance 36,000 mile
Powertrain-duration 60 month
Powertrain-distance 60,000 mile
Rust-duration 60 month
Rust-distance Unlimited mile


Standard Seating 4
Optional Seating No data
Driver Multi-Adjustable Power Seat N/A
Front Cooled Seat N/A
Front Heated Seat N/A
Front Power Lumbar Support N/A
Front Power Memory Seat N/A
Front Split Bench Seat N/A
Leather Seat N/A
Passenger Multi-Adjustable Power Seat N/A
Second Row Folding Seat Standard
Second Row Heated Seat N/A
Second Row Multi-Adjustable Power Seat N/A
Second Row Removable Seat N/A
Third Row Removable Seat N/A


Automatic Headlights N/A
Daytime Running Lights Optional
Fog Lights Optional
High Intensity Discharge Headlights N/A
Pickup Truck Cargo Box Light N/A


AM/FM Radio Standard
Cassette Player N/A
CD Player Standard
CD Changer Optional
DVD Player N/A
Voice Activated Telephone N/A
Navigation Aid N/A
Second Row Sound Controls N/A
Subwoofer Optional
Telematics System N/A


Cruise Control Optional
Tachometer Standard
Tilt Steering Standard
Tilt Steering Column Standard
Heated Steering Wheel N/A
Leather Steering Wheel Optional
Steering Wheel Mounted Controls Optional
Telescopic Steering Column Standard
Adjustable Foot Pedals N/A
Trip Computer N/A
Cargo Area Cover N/A
Cargo Area Tiedowns Standard
Cargo Net Optional
Pickup Truck Bed Liner Standard
Power Sunroof N/A
Manual Sunroof N/A
Running Boards Optional
Front Air Dam Standard
Rear Spoiler N/A
Splash Guards Standard
Power Windows N/A
Heated Exterior Mirror N/A
Power Adjustable Exterior Mirror Optional
Interval Wipers Standard
Sliding Rear Pickup Truck Window N/A
Tow Hitch Receiver Optional


  • Wide variety of body styles and trims, engines offer good balance of power and fuel efficiency, excellent off-road ability, impressive build quality, well-appointed interior.

What’s new

For 2009, all Toyota Tacoma pickups get standard stability and traction control, front-seat side airbags, side curtain airbags, active front head restraints and a limited-slip differential. The standard audio system has also been upgraded, while Access Cab models get a new rear-seat design and standard power windows and door locks.

With rising gas prices gluing full-size trucks to dealer lots, folks who still need a pickup's utility should find that the midsize and more fuel-efficient 2009 Toyota Tacoma is an ideal alternative.

Vehicle Overview

People need trucks. Of the millions that roam America's roads, though, there are a great many driven by folks who don't come close to utilizing their pickups' full potential -- particularly the full-size examples. Until recently, lower gas prices have made such an overkill automotive purchase acceptable -- but today, full-sizers are clogging dealer lots worse than a lifetime of bacon triple cheeseburgers clog your arteries. Luckily for those who truly need a pickup, there are midsize alternatives to the jumbo full-sizers. Among them, the 2009 Toyota Tacoma is your best bet.

Adding to the Tacoma's practicality is a wide variety of combinations based on different cab styles, bed lengths, engines and trim levels. From the bare-bones work truck to the high-zoot Double Cab SR-5 with a long bed, there should be a Tacoma that fits anyone's needs. Plus, with an impressive interior and high level of available equipment, including an increase in standard safety content for 2009, the Tacoma can be as friendly to a plumber and his crew as it is to a family of four.

In the past, we basically dismissed the base four-cylinder engine, since the V6 was clearly better suited to the Tacoma's mass. With rising gas prices, however, the four-cylinder, with its output of 159 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque, certainly seems more attractive. If your Tacoma is going to be used as a work truck and not involved with any heavy towing, the four-cylinder's fuel savings is an important aspect to consider. It offers more power than all but one competitor's four-cylinder, while offering better fuel economy. In total, the Tacoma is also a better-rounded candidate than those competitors, which include the Chevy Colorado, Dodge Dakota and Nissan Frontier.

Performance & MPG

The 2009 Toyota Tacoma Regular and Access Cabs come standard with a 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 159 hp and 180 lb-ft of torque. Rear-wheel-drive models come with the choice of a five-speed manual or a four-speed auto. Four-wheel-drive models only get the manual. Fuel economy for a rear-drive four-cylinder Tacoma with the auto is 19 mpg city/25 mpg highway and 21 mpg combined. Getting a manual improves that number slightly, while getting 4WD hurts it more.

The 4.0-liter V6 standard on the Double Cab and optional on the Access Cab produces 236 hp and 266 lb-ft of torque. The Double Cab is 4x4 only. With the exception of the PreRunner Double Cabs, a five-speed manual transmission is standard, with a five-speed automatic optional. A Tacoma Double Cab V6 we tested sprinted to 60 mph in just 7.8 seconds, making it one of the quickest midsize trucks available. Fuel economy for the 4x4 Double Cab with the auto is 16 mpg city/20 mpg highway and 18 mpg combined. Opting for the manual or the 4x2 Access Cab helps mileage. When properly equipped, the Tacoma can tow 6,500 pounds.


All Tacoma pickups for 2009 come with stability and traction control, antilock brakes (disc front, drum rear) with brake assist, front-seat side airbags, full-length side curtain airbags and front active headrests. Hill-start assist control (HAC) and downhill assist control (DAC) are provided for 4WD models equipped with an automatic transmission.

In government crash testing, the Tacoma received a top five-star rating for its protection of occupants in frontal and side-impact crashes. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Tacoma its top rating of "Good" in its frontal-offset crash test. The Tacoma is also the only compact/midsize truck to receive the highest rating of "Good" in the IIHS side-impact test.


In this time of rising gas prices, the four-cylinder engine we once dismissed as simply "adequate" doesn't look that bad anymore. Its acceleration won't blow you away, and don't count on towing anything, but for a work truck, it makes sense. However, the V6 is a strong all-around performer, with plenty of pull down low and a willingness (albeit a somewhat noisy one) to spin into the upper rev ranges. Plus, towing heavy loads poses no problem for this powertrain. In terms of handling, the 2009 Toyota Tacoma feels like a true truck from behind the wheel. It excels in off-road situations and is reasonably comfortable on the street. But depending on how it's equipped and whether it's carrying a load or not, the Tacoma's ride can seem skittish and bouncy at times.


The Tacoma is restrained in design, yet still offers high levels of quality and practicality. Fully loaded models include metallic trim and are quite classy -- especially compared to industrial rivals like the Dodge Dakota. The gauges and controls are straightforward and easy to use. The Double Cab's rear seat is comfortable for adults and storage space is plentiful. (There's a new rear-seat storage system standard on the Access Cab.) However, some drivers might take issue with the positioning of the driver seat, feeling that it's mounted too low to the floor. For hauling cargo, a non-rusting and dent-resistant composite cargo bed comes standard on all models, while an optional bed-mounted 115-volt/400-watt electrical outlet is ideal for campers and outdoor sports enthusiasts.

2009 Toyota Tacoma models

The 2009 Toyota Tacoma is a midsize pickup available in a regular cab, an extended cab (Access Cab) that features small rearward-opening doors, and a crew cab (Double Cab) with four full-size doors. Both Regular and Access Cabs come with a 6-foot cargo bed. The Double Cab has a shortened bed to make it less cumbersome to maneuver, though you can still get the 6-foot bed if you want.

Tacoma Regular Cabs are meant primarily for workhorse duty and are sparsely equipped. Standard features include 15-inch steel wheels, a limited-slip differential, a composite bedliner, a bed utility-rail system, a tilt/telescoping steering wheel, a front bench seat and a four-speaker stereo with a CD player and an auxiliary audio jack. The Tacoma Access Cab gains air-conditioning, power locks and windows, a rear bench with underseat storage and six speakers. The Tacoma Double Cab adds keyless entry, upgraded cloth upholstery and driver lumbar adjustment.

Most options are grouped into packages available throughout the cab lineup. The SR-5 Package bundles exterior enhancements with interior upgrades (fancier seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, cruise control). The TRD Off-Road Package includes 16-inch alloy wheels, fender flares, exterior chrome trim, a heavy-duty suspension, a locking rear differential, skid plates and sport seats. The TRD Sport Package includes 17-inch alloy wheels, a hood scoop, a sport suspension and sport seats. Separate options available include alloy wheels, cruise control, a towing package, rear park assist and an upgraded stereo with six-CD changer, satellite radio and Bluetooth (Double Cab only).

All body styles are available in both two- and four-wheel drive. A PreRunner version available in all body styles gets the rugged look and suspension of a 4WD truck without the added weight, fuel appetite and traction of actual 4WD. The rear-drive-only X-Runner version is more performance-oriented, with a body kit, 18-inch alloy wheels, a low ride height, a hood scoop, foglamps and an upgraded stereo.

Year: 2009
Make: Toyota
Trim: Prerunner Access Cab V6 2WD E-Locker
Mileage: 177,072
Transmission: 6-Speed Manual
Condition: Excellent
Location: San Luis Obispo
Price: $16,995
Drivetrain: RWD
Engine: 4.0L V6 DOHC 24V
Exterior Color: Silver Streak Mica
Interior Color: Graphite Cloth Interior
MPG: 15 City / 19 Highway
VIN Number: 5TETU62N19Z604280

Fuel Efficiency Rating

  • City: 15
  • Highway: 19

Actual rating will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and vehicle condition.

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