One of the interesting evolutions in the past decade is how our expectations of truck quality have changed. It used to be if you got 100k miles out of a truck, you were doing good. Now days, things have escalated to the point where every item is a mark on the entire truck’s quality. Is this fair or unfair?
In what will likely go down as one of the crazier press loans and career stories, I’m hitting the road to Michigan after Labor Day with a 2016 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro towing my 1963 International C1200. Why? I sold it and you are never going to believe the buyer.
Nissan has announced the pricing for their much anticipated half-ton Titan and, now the big question is how will their volume seller stack up to the Toyota Tundra – a truck many feel is going to lose market share to Nissan. Here is what we know.Read more…
In a not-so-surprising change, Toyota has announced the 2017 Toyota 4Runner will have two new grades – TRD Off-Road and TRD Off-Road Premium. These trims replace the old Trail trim.