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  • Jan 18, 2006

Lexus isn't the only brand out of Torrance launching a new vehicle at the 2006 Chicago Auto Show. Toyota Motor Company will debut the next Toyota Tundra full-size pickup. The vehicle, which will be built at Toyota's Indiana plant and its new San Antonio, Texas plant, will be larger, have more powerplant options, and will offer more body configurations. The 2006 Toyota Tundra is pictured.



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      • 9 Years Ago
      You know the Taurus was the best selling car in america. Toyota PWN3D The taurus. Now the F150 is going to get PWN3D. Then ur mom is next. She'll get PWN3D too. Then ur cat will get PWN3D by toyota. And then ur dog.

      Congratulations, you got PWN3D
      • 9 Years Ago
      Rastus,

      In case someone hadn't informed you when a factory of a domestic manufacturer goes idle or shuts down and an import based manufacturer sets up shop the total job creation is zero. So, yes due to the dynamics of the buying public GM and Ford employ less while Toyota picks up the slack, but to start preaching about feeding families etc is a bit much. Domestic automakers have long been a source of income for North American families, funny how that is overlooked.

      Anyway Rastas, jump on the bandwagon, I'm sure you are the type who cheered the league leading Colts right up to the day of deliverance....and then said "I'm not a colts fan"

      • 9 Years Ago
      Hey Ophrey....since the average American is so stupid, then take your highly enlightened intellect to some non-American site and have yourself a show. But, you know.....most ppl who like to rag on other ppl's intelligence typically are trying to cover up for their own retardness. If you can't make comments on the automotive industry without resorting to calling all Americans "redneck hillbillies" then you should head over to a political message board and stroke away. Here..we talk about cars and trucks, not fictitious anthropology. Take a hike....
      • 9 Years Ago
      I'll start the drum beat for all those about to jump on the bandwagon.....
      Dtown
      • 9 Years Ago
      Hey PWN3D why don't you go back to playing your FPS. Or better yet go drive your import with your big gay wing and cool tail lights, that you seem to think adds 100HP. Don't forget to act hard while doing it. Oh and all the people looking at you are laughing by the way.
      • 9 Years Ago
      #7

      Once again a GM lover associating sales with quality.

      Havnt we all realized the average american is a retard and yes GM and Ford will most likely ALWAYS outsell other brands, because all those hillbilly rednecks will always buy domestic and not "furrin" cars inspite of the obvious that the "furrin" ones are superior.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Toyota will do good with the Tundra when they quit viewing the Dodge Dakota as a full size truck.

      Who designs the Toyota truck? I thought it was by an American design team.

      Nissan got it right the first time, albeit with their usual uglyness.

      By the way this moron`s Silverado will kick the Sh-t out of any truck Toyota currently makes.
      • 9 Years Ago
      At least Toyota was smart enough to get it right on the third try. Its at least shaped like a real truck, unlike the Honda, which should be in the SUT catagory maybe, but its not a truck.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Lame. Get ready for people to say how awesome this truck is/will be. These Japanese domestic-style trucks are not used to the extent real domestic trucks are. They have the market penetration of a family owned variety store, i.e like 0.3%. Therefore, its impossible to say how "awesome" these trucks are when they stack up to real trucks used for real work, chronic labour, over the long term. Give 'em a few more years yet. We need to see what thee things do. In the short term, I take serious issue with performance claims/costs of these trucks. In order to make the numbers, they need to run on premium, while the doemstics have always used 87.

      Don't even get me started on quality. Nissan and Toyota make like what?
      • 9 Years Ago
      I'm not saying all us Americans are hillbillies - only ones that drive the "high quality" Ford/GM trucks. LOL to you morons.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Sales numbers for full size pickups in 2005 look like this: Ford F-series 901,463, GM 998,654, Toyota Tundra 126,529, and Nissan Titan 86,945. So you are looking at 2,000,000 versus 200,000 for domestics compared to "Imports". Now considering that quality is STILL reported as tops by JD Power for the F-series while churning out approximately 10 times as many pickups is noteworthy. So don't go preaching the quality of Toyota trucks (specifically trucks) until such a time as sales numbers warrant appreciable potential for problems. I drive a 1997 Ford f-150 with over 220,000 Km and it runs tickettyboo, so maybe I'm biased.
      • 9 Years Ago
      It's time to comment! I have been reading a lot of you guy's Trash talk, here is mine. I was a "Ford Man" for many years. Loved my mustang, even purchased an "95" F 150 4x4, brand new, a much older and beat up doge dart had to pull me from the mud! I went to a GM dealer to purchase the then new diesel with the allison transmission, I got such a hassle with price (you know the ole game playing about a newly introduced model) and service that I vowed never again to give a sh_t about domestics.(by the way, my 88 honda accord was still on the road and towed my mustang to the shop after it died in the middle of driving it!)I now own the Nissan Armada, and I kick much butt in it, all the time. I welcome the "07" toyota Tundra (the other tundra models ARE too weenie for me) With its size, if that engine is strong and powerful I will have one in my yard! I require that it be better than the Nissan Titan and stronger than Ford or Dodge. The name of the game is Quality Quality and Consistant Quality! not how many you have sold. and if the "big three" still want to play games on price, availability and quality, they will play them at the soup line!! Hurray Toyota!!!
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