How Deep Is a 2013 Tacoma Truck Bed?

The Tacoma is a popular mid-size pickup truck manufactured by Toyota since 1995. The 2013 Tacoma is available in two cab options, the Access Cab and the Double Cab, and with two engine choices: a 2.7L 4-cylinder and a 4.0L V6.

The bed size of the 2013 Tacoma depends on the cab option and wheelbase chosen. The Access Cab has a wheelbase of 127.4 inches while the Double Cab has a wheelbase of 140.6 inches. The bed size for Access Cab models is 6 feet, while Double Cab models have a 5-foot bed.

In terms of depth, all 2013 Tacoma beds are 20 inches deep from the inner wall of the tailgate to the inside wall of the cab. This measurement does not include any accessories such as tie-downs or toolboxes mounted in the bed.


The 2013 Tacoma also offers several features that add to its storage capacity and functionality. The composite inner bed walls provide added durability and resistance to scratches, dents, and rusting. There are also four cargo tie-down cleats with up to 150 pounds of tie-down strength per cleat.

The deck rail system offers additional flexibility for securing cargo with adjustable cleats that can be moved along the length of the rail for a perfect fit. There is also an optional sliding rear window that allows for easy access to items stored in the bed.


The bed size and depth of a 2013 Toyota Tacoma depend on which cab option and wheelbase are chosen by the customer. All models feature 20 inch deep beds from tailgate to cab wall, with several features that make it easier to store and secure cargo.

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Susan Delgado