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Win a Custom Emblem For Your Tundra Through Our Facebook Page

It’s time for a new contest! Once again, we have enlisted our Devil Horn making friends over at DiazFabrication.com. This time we are giving away a new “Model T” emblem!

Win a Custom Emblem For Your Tundra Through Our Facebook PageEnter to win the “Model T” emblem today by clicking here to visit our Facebook page – click here. We will need your email in order to notify you if you win. We promise to not use it for anything else.

All we ask for in return is to please help us get the word out about TacomaHQ by sharing this contest information with your friends and on your FB wall!

You may remember Devil Horn maker Andres Diaz from our interview on Tacomahq.com.

Good luck to everyone!

10 Popular Accessories for 2014 Toyota Tundra

There are many accessories out there for Toyota Tundra trucks, here are the 10 most popular accessories we see most owners picking up.

10 Popular Accessories for 2014 Toyota Tundra

The 2014 Toyota Tundra is a pretty solid stock truck. Yet, it isn’t without improvement. Here are our top 10 accessories you can add to make it better.

Ford’s new F-150 2.7L EcoBoost Engine – Gimmicky or Good Idea?

Recently at a Ford media event, I was able to talk with a representative who drove the new F-150 with the 2.7L EcoBoost. While, he was short on specifics, the engine has created a lot of questions for truck fans. Is the engine simply a fuel-economy gimmick? Let’s discuss.

Ford's new F-150 2.7L EcoBoost - Gimmicky?

Is Ford’s new 2.7L EcoBoost engine a great offering or a gimmicky idea aimed at producing high fuel economy numbers.

Ford, Chrysler Events Showcase New Cars, Trucks – Toyota Tundra Perceptions

Last week, Ford and Chrysler invited Tim Esterdahl to check out their new products. During this time, he got the chance to talk to several representatives and drive several of their latest truck offerings. Here is what he found out.

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This Ram 1500 EcoDiesel was one of many trucks I drove at a recent media event at Chrysler’s proving grounds. It has plenty of low-end torque and sounds like a diesel. With a smooth ride, it is a good competitor in the full-size market. Does it make sense for every customer? Nope. The return on investment is going to be a tough sell.

2015 GMC 2500 All Terrain Unveiled – Not an Off-Road Pickup

GM has unveiled a photos and specs on their new 2500 “all terrain” pickup. Don’t be confused though, this isn’t an off-road pickup. When GM says “all terrain,” they mean pedestrian cruising on the highways with occasional trips to the hardware store.

2015 GMC 2500 All Terrain Unveiled - Not an Off-Road Pickup

This “All Terrain” GMC truck is ready to utilize your technology in style. Off-roading? Not really.

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