Jason Lancaster is the editor and founder of TundraHeadquarters.com. He has nearly a decade of dealership experience buying, selling, and maintaining vehicles, and much of that time was spent working at Ford and Toyota dealerships.
TundraHeadquarters isn’t cool – at least not to Toyota. Rather than give us the opportunity to drive a pre-production Tundra, only PickupTrucks.com had a shot. At least they published a nice review.
Here are the take-aways from their review of the new 2010 Tundra 4.6L:
After ignoring Twitter for the last year and a half, we’ve succumbed to peer pressure. Our idols over at PickupTrucks.com have a twitter feed and it’s actually kind of cool.
SO, we’re on Twitter now – you can search for “tundrahq” to follow us or see our Twitter profile here.
If you’re not sure what Twitter is (or why it’s important) you’re not alone. We’ve been debating the value of Twitter for a long time, but it’s easy enough to setup an account and test, so what the heck, right?
We’ll be posting links to new blog posts at a minimum, but who knows what else we’ll do.
In Colorado, late April is the earliest you want to consider cleaning your truck. There’s always a big storm (or two) in March, and early April sometimes surprises. However, by the 3rd week of April, the winter weather is usually over. Which means it’s just about time to clean up the old pickup.
We’re going to devote this week to spring cleaning – every day we’ll have an article about vehicle cleaning products that we recommend.
The following post was an April Fools prank. Our apologies to any Dodge owners who got excited about buying a quality product!
Our sources have confirmed that a joint press conference will be held in the next few days announcing that the next generation Dodge Ram will be engineered, designed, and built by Toyota in San Antonio.
Cost-cutting pressures and the realities of the modern auto industry have hit Chrysler hard. Late last year, Chrysler announced they were selling the Dodge Viper brand. In late January, Chrysler and Fiat announced a merger. Today, Dodge officially leaves the truck business.
This move makes sense for a few reasons:
There are a lot of websites that sell Toyota-made repair and replacement auto parts, but few of these companies are as qualified to sell you Toyota parts as your local Toyota dealer. While an internet website can sell you a part for a low price, there’s often no way to know if you’re buying the right part. The people at the parts department of your local Toyota dealership know their product in and out, and they can help you find exactly what you need.
The trouble is, most auto dealerships charge more than most websites. If you want the best deal, you need to go online and hope for the best…or at least that’s how it used to be.