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Review: 2010 Toyota Tacoma 4x2 PreRunner is a troubled fish in a shrinking pond

2010 Toyota Tacoma 4x2 PreRunner – Click above for high-res image gallery

Report: Toyota fixed faulty steering arms for over a decade before recall

As investigations into how Toyota handled faulty steering relay rods in the company's pickup trucks and SUVs continue, critics suggest that it's quickly becoming clear that the company has mishandled repair and recall efforts. According to a USA Today article, Toyota had repaired vehicles with the defect for over 11 years

Unintended acceleration or angry customer? Toyota driver reportedly rams dealership with truck

Seems as everyone's getting miffed at Toyota these days. Customers are angry over the millions of recalls and/or sudden yet unintended acceleration, readers are ticked at Toyota for taking our focus away from more excitin

Questionable Aesthetics: Truck owners get in on the aero ecomods too

You might have thought that anyone who's willing to go to the trouble of modifying his ride with questionable exterior modifications in the name of fuel efficiency would start with a small, efficient vehicle in the first place. Apparently, that's not always the case, as can be seen by the Toyota T100 pickup truck above.

VIDEO: Toyota trucks - Nothing soft gets in

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Back to the Future Toyota Tacoma: Pickuptrucks.com tests Marty McFly's reborn ride

Toyota Tacoma Truck concept - Click above for high-res image gallery

Isuzu and Toyota expand their relationship

Last week, we told you that Isuzu and Toyota had announced that they were collaborating on a new small diesel engine. This week, they say that they are expanding that collaboration to also include new clean diesel exhaust technology. This agreement is between Hino Motors, Toyota's truck division, and Isuzu.

Toyota offers Tundra deal to dealers

At the risk of piling on, we bring you more news from the Toyota Tundra camp. Earlier this month Toyota told dealers they would be allowed up to $1,500 in incentives on the base-model Tundra in an effort to take some market share from the Big 2.5. Now, ToMoCo is offering Toyota, Lexus, Scion and Hino Motors Ltd. truck dealers $2,000 toward the purchase of a B-cab Tundra.

Toyota devoting two Super Bowl ads to new Tundra

OK, show of hands. Who else runs back from Superbowl fridge breaks to catch the commercials? OK, maybe it's just me. If there's anyone else anticipating the ad pitches more than the passes, add Toyota to your list of automotive advertising to watch for.