Associate Editor Tim Esterdahl is a married father of three who enjoys all things automotive including wrenching on his collection of old pickups. He also plays an absurd amount of golf. Like really absurd.
A recent report published by the esteemed Kelley Blue Book auto pricing guide indicates that Toyota passenger vehicles are more likely to retain their value five years after being driven off the lot. This projection is based on 2012 Toyota and Lexus models.
While the Toyota brand is no stranger to the Best Resale Value Award from the Kelley Blue Book, in recent years that award had gone to Subaru and other brands. By Kelley’s estimates, 2012 Toyota models are 2 percent more likely to retain their premium pricing than the 2011 models.
Christmas gift idea lists are a plenty during this time of year, so what’s one more. Well, the MOST IMPORTANT gift idea list obviously. That’s right, this one is for your truck.
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In these troubling times, many needy families are having a hard time simply feeding their children. Once again, the Toyota family is taking the opportunity to show its commitment to those in need.
Chrysler recently developed a new tool for catching bad guys, a 2012 Dodge Ram Special Service pickup. The vehicle is constructed from bumper to bumper with intelligent features which complement the needs of emergency responders.