Recently, I had the opportunity to interview Toyota’s Division Group Vice President and General Manager Bill Fay. Here is more on what he had to say.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has released updated crash test ratings for all full-size trucks. For the Toyota Tundra, the results are a bit mixed and there was an interesting finding on the roof strength difference between the two models.
An update on an earlier story, Victor Sheppard has now over 1 million miles on his 2007 Tundra with only minor issues. Yes, minor issues.
Another year and another J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability award for Lexus and Toyota. Overall, Lexus finished first for the fifth consecutive year and Toyota finished fourth. These honors reinforce what Toyota owners already know – you want a vehicle to turn over everyday? Then you want a Toyota.
Another comprehensive test by our friends over at Pickuptrucks.com has the Toyota Tundra finishing dead last. Is it the vehicle being sent to be blamed or is the truck falling that far behind?