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We have created a list of Toyota Genuine Accessory that will make subtle but significant upgrades to your Toyota. To top it off, all of these products are under $100*. So what are you waiting for?

Hitch Plug

The Toyota Hitch Plug is a great way to achieve a cleaner appearance when the vehicle is not towing anything. Not to mention, the hitch plug prevents rust or debris to build up over time on the receiver.

Price: $15.00 

 Toyota Genuine Accessory Hitch Plug

Stainless Steel Exhaust Tip

 The Stainless Steel Exhaust Tip is a simple and easy to install Tacoma accessory. The exhaust tip clamps onto the vehicle existing exhaust system, making it straightforward if installing on your own. The product has a Toyota logo is etched into the corrosion-resistant stainless steel finish.

Price: $72.50

 Toyota Genuine Accessory Stainless Steel Exhaust Tip

Cargo Net

The envelope style Cargo Net is perfect for organizing items in the box or trunk of your Toyota. Its elastic closure is made from a nylon material that is flexible and prevents items from coming loose while driving. This subtle accessory is easy to install and remove depending on what your storage needs are.

Price: Tacoma $40.00, Corolla $55.00, Rav4 $57.00 

 Toyota Genuine Accessory Corolla Cargo Net

Emblems and Badges

Another great way to accentuate your Toyota is through the installation of Emblems and/or Badges. These can range in price from $59.38 to $88.55 depending on what you are looking for.

Toyota Emblem 

Tacoma Town Merch

Finally, in our biased opinion, one of the best products you could get for under $100 is any of the Tacoma Town merchandise. Better yet, all our products combined equals $100.96. This includes the Tacoma Town snapback hat, decal, t-shirt and Yeti tumbler.

Price: Snapback Hat $32.00, Decal $3.97, T-Shirt $25.00, Yeti Tumbler $39.99

Tacoma Town Merchandise on Tacoma in Mountains 

*All prices are in Canadian dollars, before applicable taxes and are subject to change.

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