After putting more than one million miles on his 2007 Tundra, Toyota is giving Victor Sheppard a brand new one.
2007 Toyota Tundra
Earlier today we referenced Toyota disputing Edmunds.com claiming that the Tundra was sold in July with $6,861 of incentives per vehicle. That would've been the highest amount of incentives for any full-size pickup sold last month, but it turns out Edmunds made an error and last Friday printed a retraction on its AutoObserver site. Though Toyota does not release the official amount of incentives it offers for the Tundra, Edmunds is now claiming the amount offered last month is $4,625. That amoun
During the 1932 World Series at Wrigley Field, New York Yankee Babe Ruth pointed to the center field bleachers while at bat during the fifth inning. He then knocked one out of the park directly where his finger was pointing. The Babe's famous called shot reminds us of recent comments made by Jim Lentz, executive vice president of Toyota's U.S. sales, about the Toyota Tundra. Last Thursday Lentz said, "We're spending the incentives necessary, given the economics, given a down market, to sell that
This one was a bit of a surprise. After being asked what impact the new 2007 Toyota Tundra would have on the full-size truck market in the U.S., the majority of Autoblog readers responded that Nissan is the only brand that needs to worry. That response received 768 votes, which is 35 percent of the 2,171 votes cast.
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