Associate Editor Tim Esterdahl is a married father of three who enjoys all things automotive including wrenching on his collection of old pickups. He also plays an absurd amount of golf. Like really absurd.
To the dismay of many Toyota Tundra fans, it was recently announced the TRD Supercharger program is no more. Toyota says it will sell off existing stock and when it is gone, it is gone.
The third-annual American University’s Kogod School of Business Made in America Index is out and the new GM mid-size Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon top the list followed closely by Ford F-Series trucks. The Toyota Tundra got shafted.
Yesterday, I published a story on the pricing of the new Ram Rebel and Laramie Limited. During the story, I called out the $50k price tag on the Laramie Limited as surprising. I got a few phone calls and changed the wording of a few things to reflect what I intended to say. Yet, the $50k price point is still on my mind. Is it absurd? Is it based in fantasy land? Not really.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Images in this story reflect a somewhat dirty vehicle and not the atypical sparkling clean images you find in other reviews. In other words, we had fun and got it dirty. Be forewarned.
On the heels of our 2015 Toyota Tundra TRD PRO drive, I got the chance to take out the 2015 Toyota 4Runner TRD PRO version. It is all sorts of awesome in its own way with just a few nitpicks.
Truck fans who have bemoaned their soaring costs will want to hit the “X” in the corner of their browser right now. Ram has revealed a 2015 Ram 1500 Rebel will start at $42,790 and a Laramie Limited starts at $50,675. These prices are on par with other’s in the industry, yet the Laramie Limited price took us back a bit.