MagnaFlow recently announced the development of several new performance exhaust systems during SEMA 2016, one of which is for the all-new 2016 Toyota Tacoma and its new 3.5L V6 engine.

The Toyota Tacoma has long been an excellent option for those in the market for a well-built and capable small truck. Excellent off-road capabilities combined with Toyota’s legendary build quality and thoughtful design mean that no matter the task you set before it, the Tacoma will be up to it. For 2016, the Toyota Tacoma features a new 3.5 liter V6 engine, and while it’s fundamentally a great powerplant, there is always room to make it sound a little more aggressive. This is where MagnaFlow’s years of experience comes into play.

MagnaFlow’s cat-back system for the 2016 Toyota Tacoma starts with high quality 3” mandrel bent stainless steel tubing. This feeds into a single 5’ x 8” x 18” stainless muffler and terminates in a 4” polished stainless tip. This system is fully 50-state legal and like all MagnaFlow exhausts, was developed in-house and dyno tuned to make power and torque. Also, like all MagnaFlow exhausts, this system gives the vehicle a smooth, deep tone with no annoying highway drone.

Additionally, all MagnaFlow exhaust systems come with a Lifetime Warranty, and each kit includes all the necessary hardware and components for a complete, bolt-on installation. MagnaFlow products are proudly made in the USA. For more information, visit to find a dealer near you.

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Dan C. Owens ) January 22nd, 2016 at 3:58 pm

I am disappointed in the new Tacoma with the 2.7 liter engine only getting only 21 miles to the gallon of gasoline. I currently have a 1996 2.4 liter engine and it gets 24 miles to the gallon. It has 553,000 miles and does not leak oil or use it. Why is Toyota going the wrong way with gas mileage? I believe I can get a v6 ford, dodge or gm truck that will match that mileage.

Austin Rothschild March 9th, 2016 at 12:28 am

Dan, it is probably because the new Tacoma weighs much more than the 96. It’s like comparing a Toyota corolla to a Toyota Camry. The smaller car will get slightly better gas mileage.

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