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Quite often, you will hear us and others talk about the quality, durability and reliability (QDR) of Toyota products and how that is their big advantage.
In every automakers’ lineup, there is bound to be a slow seller for whatever reason. Quite often, though, this slow seller is a gem in the rough just perfect for the right buyer.
One of the interesting things about Tundraheadquarters.com is we aren’t afraid to talk about other vehicles and manufactures.
As expected, it has happened. A U.S. Bankruptcy Judge has ruled the “new” General Motors isn’t liable for some of the ignition-switch defects that occurred prior to the bankruptcy.
While the Ford Raptor runs through a desert and a Ram Rebel drives down some dirt back road, the Toyota Tundra TRD Pro climbed a VOLCANO in Chile.
Over the last few months, we have seen a lot of hubbub on the new Ram Rebel and Ford Raptor. Naturally, this has created a lot of idiotic comparison articles being written for reasons we can only imagine as being for “SEO” and/or uniformed journalists.
The March, 2015 sales numbers are in and one thing is certain – Toyota is hot right now. This is in contrast to both GM and Ford posting losses and FCA eking out a meager gain.
One of the least understood options when purchasing a new car is leasing. A large portion of the population sees leasing as simply “renting a car” and therefore a bad deal.
This week we are driving around a 2015 GMC Sierra Denali. We plan on doing another comparison like we recently did on the 2015 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel.
In the next few weeks, Toyota is poised to green light its first passenger car assembly plant in Mexico.
From time to time, automakers give major outlets long-term loans of their popular products. Currently, Edmunds.com has a 2014 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel.
Quite often, we come across information/photos on forums or Facebook showing dangerously overloaded Toyota Tundra trucks with mis-informed comments like: “it can tow 10,500 lbs., you should be fine with the 30-foot trailer, a backhoe and an ATV in the bed.” While we try to offer accurate information, towing remains one of the least understood topics in full-size trucks.
A recent report from TrueCar Inc’s ALG division has found the Toyota Tundra has the highest resale value among full-sized pickups.
While surfing the internet, we came across this video showing a day in the life of a Toyota San Antonio factory employee.
Another month is in the books for 2015 and the sales numbers are now out. While some companies will claim poor weather had an effect on their sales, let’s take a closer look at the numbers and draw some conclusions.
Type the word “diesel” into any Tundra fan site or forum and you will immediately get comments declaring you a fool or suggesting if Toyota doesn’t offer the engine, they will never buy another Tundra pickup.
Wanted to update everyone that we are currently editing a video and writing a review on the 2015 Ram EcoDiesel we just had.
The Ram EcoDiesel just got dropped off and I took some quick photos with my phone. It is an Outdoorsman trim level and with a crew cab.
Toyota has announced it will expand its TRD brand to the Camry and possibly other models. This expansion is incredibly smart and gives Toyota a competitive marketing advantage.
Tomorrow, Tim will take delivery of a Ram EcoDiesel for a few days of testing. He is evaluating it for his other outlets, background automotive knowledge and he is a juror and voting member for the Rocky Mountain Truck of the Year.