Another month in the books for 2016 and another almost predictable result for Toyota Trucks. With all the focus on the Tacoma, as well as taking the lion’s share of the production mix at the factory, its sales are up and the Tundra’s sales are down. This trend looks like it will continue through 2016.
As many of you already figured out, Toyota has unveiled a new 2017 Tacoma TRD PRO. While, it isn’t a new Tundra upgrade, it is a natural for the Tacoma lineup. The post is live right now on Tacomahq.com, go check it out or just read this snippet.
Basically, the TRD PRO is a base TRD Off-Road Tacoma with the host of features like lift, shocks, tires, blacked-out styling and interior styling upgrades.
Click here for a complete list of the features and the press release.
In just a few days, Toyota will unveil a new truck at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show. Always tight-lipped, they haven’t let it slip out publicly what they are going to reveal. Instead, they sent out this teaser image.
Time to place bets on what it is. Can’t wait to see the comments!
The first month of 2016 is in the books and the results are all over the place. While the Tacoma was up, the Tundra was down. Also, GM and Ram were up while Ford was down. Is this an odd month or an ongoing trend?
Toyota killed off the Scion brand today saying it will absorb the current lineup into its existing Toyota brand. This move comes after months of poor sales results for the 13-year-old brand.