2002 Toyota Tacoma - Redtro Taco Mini Truckin Magazine Red is always a snazzy color choice for a custom vehicle. It's eye-catching. It's timeless. Chicks dig it. Probably because it reminds them of lipstick and Valentine's Day or something—who knows?
Despite rosy reports today on the partnership between German transmission company ZF and Chrysler, the unspecified "powertrain" issue impacting the 2014 Jeep Cherokee and delaying its launch is, predominately, an issue of getting the 9-Speed...
Today’s topic is: pickup trucks. More specifically: luxury pickup trucks. This may surprise you. It may cause you to think: Am I really reading a story about trucks that isn’t lamenting the demise of the midsize pickup?
Outgoing Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood US Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood – whom I have criticized vehemently for his mismanagement of the Toyota unintended acceleration debacle – is leaving his post whenever congress approves his...
Are you prepared for the Zombie Apocalypse? No? You would be with this awesome Toyota Tacoma. Check it out! A fitting photo for the Level 7 Tacoma. This really cool Tacoma is a 2011 Sport that owner Chris Pate bought brand new around October 2011.
Filed under: Car Buying, Truck, Work, Ram Building off of the solid base of its 1500 pickup, Ram has announced a dark horse in its stable, the Ram Black Express, which comes equipped with a bevy of features to distinguish it from the regular...
The current trend of diesel powered vehicles has captured the attention of all automotive fans. It is reasonable to assume then we are going to see all sorts of new studies about the different engine types.
Recalls: Jeep, Dodge Active Head Restraints, Ram Stability Control, Track Bars Voluntary Recalls Have No Associated InjuriesChrysler has issued three truck and SUV-related recalls relating to several of its truck and SUV models, some on...
For decades, it’s been assumed that Americans “love their cars,” that they enjoy driving, etc. However, recent data indicates that Americans are beginning to lose a little bit of interest in driving…especially younger Americans.
Toyota Shows Tundra-Tacoma Texas Editions PickupTrucks.com Toyota likes to remind people at the State Fair that it is the only truck maker to produce all of its full-size pickup trucks in Texas, along with its V-8s in Alabama and transmissions in...
We get asked this question all the time: “I just got a new Tundra and I want to treat it right – should I use synthetic oil? If so, should it be full synthetic or synthetic blend?” The answer: It depends.
Carscoops (blog) Toyota announces pricing for 4Runner SUV, Tacoma pickup Examiner.com Toyota has announced its redesigned 4Runner mid-size SUV will have a starting MSRP of $32,820 and its small Tacoma pickup truck will start at just $17,875 for...
It seems like old muscle car restorations or Model A/T’s get all the attention. What about other non-popular restorations like this 1978 Toyota FJ45 Land Cruiser Pickup? We’ll give it some love right here.
Spy photography by Brenda Priddy & Company The midsize GM pickup trucks are doing their extreme hot-weather testing in the usual places, like Death Valley, California, towing a set of good-sized trailers.
The rapid changing nature of the full-size truck segment, pending CAFE requirements and new production materials are making the Ford Raptor’s future clouded. Could the ultra-popular product be discontinued or fundamentally changed?
Interview: Mike Sweers, Chief Engineer, Toyota Tundra and Tacoma How did you move from interior engineering to chief engineer of the whole truck?Mike Sweers grew up in farm country south of Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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