You’ve probably heard of Simon & Garfunkel, Abbott & Costello now there is Toyota and GoPro. Another great combination has teamed up to produce and capture adventure on video like never before. Toyota and GoPro have formed a partnership that is unprecedented in the automotive industry. The new 2016 Toyota Tacoma will come standard with a GoPro camera mount that will be mounted to the windshield just to the right of the rear-view mirror.
2016 Tacoma GoPro Mount
Since its debut in 2004, GoPro has become America’s fastest-growing digital imaging company. Hollywood film directors, the NFL, The Rolling Stones, the US Military and millions of people worldwide are using GoPro cameras. Sales of GoPro cameras have exceeded three million units annually with gross revenues well over $500 million yearly. For the adventure seeker, the GoPro has become the camera of choice. Skiers, skydivers, surfers, cyclist, snowboarders, dog owners, musicians and off-road truck enthusiasts have embraced the GoPro.
It’s no secret that Americans love trucks, off-roading and fun and with the combination of GoPro and the 2016 Toyota Tacoma this is a match made in heaven. If you search YouTube the list of videos from off-roading enthusiasts is too long to count. 2016 Tacoma owners will be able to mount their GoPro cameras onto the windshield and capture breathtaking video for the world to see.
From hauling materials to pulling a boat the Toyota Tacoma continues to be a very popular vehicle for truck owners and with the addition of the GoPro camera mount on the 2016 Tacoma, the adventure just went to a higher level. Are you in the market for some adventure, then the look into the Toyota Tacoma?
Toyota of El Cajon is an official distributor of GoPro products, if you need GoPro gear to capture your off-road adventures please stop by our Parts department, we carry a wide selection of GoPro products.
The new 2016 Scion iM has arrived and its loaded with standard features and priced right. The Scion iM is a five-door hatchback that’s designed for versatility, it doesn’t matter if you’re going out to dinner or fishing the Scion iM meets the task.
2016 Scion iM
The iM seats five and has a 60/40 rear fold-down seats which comes standard with a Cargo Cover. With ample room for groceries or golf bags the Scion iM rates a A+ for cargo area. One of the coolest features of the iM are the eight cup holders that are standard on the iM, no worries about spilling your coffee in the iM.
Scion iM Interior
Scion iM Trunk
The interior on the 2016 Scion is stylish and functional. Graced with a leather-trimmed tilt/telescopic steering wheel with controls for the 7 inch Pioneer Touch Screen Audio system, Bluetooth and Multi-Information Display the iM keeps the driver in control. The iM also is equipped with the Aha app that provides Facebook and Twitter feeds for the social media guru along with access to over 100,000 Internet radio stations. The list of standard equipment on the iM gets even longer with the Rear Backup Camera.
Scion iM Motor
The Scion iM is powered by a Toyota 1.8L DOHC 4 cylinder motor that is rated at 137 horsepower with 126 pounds of foot torque. Owners have a choice of a six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed automatic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVTi-S). With an estimated gas mileage rating of 32 combined city and highway the Scion is good on fuel economy.
The Scion iM has a double wishbone independent rear suspension that is seated on 17 inch alloy wheels with 225/45/17 series tires for exceptional agility and handling, all standard on the 2016 iM.
We could go on and on about the Scion iM and its standard equipment like Daytime LED Running Lights, heated outside power-folding mirrors, Sport Body Kit and Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control and LED Tail Lights but I think you get the point, the Scion iM is a great deal.
With a MSRP starting at $18,460 for the six-speed manual transmission and $19,200 for the seven-speed automatic the Scion iM is priced right. If you’re in the market for an affordable car that’s loaded with features then look into the Scion iM.