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Call me old fashioned, but when wintry weather arrives, I like a big heavy truck or car, wide rubber tires and a large engine.
A few weeks ago, Lexus flew me out to Raleigh, North Carolina to check out the all-new 2016 Lexus RX 350 and 450h SUVs.
Auto shows, like the recent one – the 2015 L.A. show – are great places to look at new products and upgrades to existing ones.
For years, hybrids have often gotten a bad rap of being pokey to drive and underpowered (see: Prius).
Note to the readers: you are going to see Toyota Tundra Chief Engineer Mike Sweers mentioned quite a bit in this article.
Another month is in the books for 2015 and the new Tacoma is starting off hot while the Tundra is flat.
A few recent news items could see changes for the Toyota truck lineup. These changes amount to increased pressure on both truck’s sales and could force Toyota to substantially rethink their business plan.
A quick 8 hours in Vegas yielded a slew of modified Toyota Trucks on display. Here are the ones we found including a seriously crazy-looking Sienna mini-van.
While wandering around the 2015 SEMA show yesterday, I literally turned the corner and ran into this “Tundrasine” concept.
The words sporty and Camry don’t often go together, yet Toyota is working on changing this impression.
Want to see more of that 2016 Toyota Back To The Future Tacoma? Check out this photo gallery! The post 2016 Toyota Back To The Future Tacoma Photo Gallery appeared first on Tundra Headquarters Blog.
Having a little fun with the Back to the Future date of October, 21, 2015, Toyota is using the date to launch a new advertising campaign for the new hydrogen-powered Mirai as well as recreating the iconic Tacoma.
Our friends over at Pickuptrucks.com have awarded the 2015 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro as their 4×4 Challenge Winner besting the 2015 Ram 1500 Rebel.
If you are a regular fan of this site, you may be wondering where I have been. Besides waging war on a nasty cold, I’ve been in Texas ya’ll.
As an automotive journalist, I’m a bit different. I don’t lust over fancy luxury cars or the latest sports car.
The September sales numbers are in and both Toyota trucks stumbled to decreases against the prior year.
A few weeks ago, I had two unique opportunities with a 2015 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro Double Cab. First, was a 1,047 mile trip through the Colorado mountains and back to move my daughter to my home.
I’m not a mini-van fan. I find their looks lackluster, their size bulky and I think for the money, I’d rather buy a truck.
The inevitable comparison of the Ford Raptor to any straight-from-the-factory off-road truck dominates many discussions, yet the latest stock off-road models – Ram Rebel and Toyota Tundra TRD Pro – are not arguably, “so-called” Raptor fighters.
Typically there are fast cars and luxury cars. Most fast cars are not really that comfortable or luxurious and most luxury cars aren’t really that fast.