When Toyota introduced the Hilux to the U.S. years ago, they imagined people would have a great time and do many things with it. Yet, they may not have imagined this beautiful 1983 Toyota Hilux lifted show truck. We are glad someone imagined it, this thing is amazing.
Ford has recently been touting their new 2.7L EcoBoost engine by comparing it to the Toyota Tacoma’s engine. While the size of the trucks are dramatically different, Ford says the engines are comparable. Is this a fair comparison?
Spy photographers have spotted a new Fiat/Ram mid-size truck being tested in Michigan. Could Ram be thinking of reentering the mid-size truck market? Or is Fiat working on importing a U.S. version of their Strada?
Every once in a while we come across a true gem on eBay.com. Today we present this very clean 1986 Toyota Truck with slight offroad modifications. It is the perfect option for a new Toyota truck buyer or an entry-level option for an offroader. Check it out.
While Toyota’s headquarters move may help improve the efficiency of the large company, local dealers are hoping the increased exposure of trucks to Japanese executives will spur new investments in the product lineup. This may just be the visual reinforcement that pushes Toyota to really invest in their trucks.
GM has revealed its GMC Canyon and Chevy Colorado horsepower and towing numbers. While they barely best the Tacoma for now, it isn’t by a landslide.
Toyota launched the first 4wd compact truck way back in 1979. Since then, it has changed into the Tacoma and has become the best-selling compact truck in the U.S. Here is the history of the truck with a chronology of events.
The numbers are in for June and the Toyota Tacoma had another drop in total sales volume. With a more competitive market place coming soon, the drop in volume is becoming a trend. How low will volume go before rebounding?
At a recent press event, a Nissan represenative said they had nothing to announce on the Frontier and all their focus is instead on the Titan. Is Nissan less interested in the mid-size market? Could Toyota be following suit?