Toyota Tacoma 2023 will be available for at least another year. That's the key takeaway from Toyota's introduction

last week of a new SX aesthetic package for SR5 grades of the company's best-selling mid-size pickup truck

and its bigger sibling, the 2023 Toyota Tundra, which was redesigned for 2022. The SX comes with virtually black

18-inch wheels, black badging, and black door handles on the new Tundra. The dash has black accents instead

of silver. The cosmetic tweaks provide the SR5, which joins the SR, Limited, Platinum, 1794, TRD Pro, and top Capstone

trims, a little more life for a little less money. The third-generation Toyota Tundra hadn't been changed since

2007, and the 2022 Toyota Tundra replaced the old V-8 with two new twin-turbo V-6 options, including a hybrid

model to compete with the Ford F-150 hybrid. Despite the fact that the Tacoma was last revised in 2016, it still

reigns supreme in the mid-size truck sector. Toyota's promise to reworking its body-on-frame portfolio, which

includes the Tundra and the Toyota Sequoia full-size SUV due in 2023,  has fueled speculation that the Tacoma and 4Runner SUV may be next.