The 2014 Toyota Tundra is being touted as having a much improved ride over previous models. How much better? Here is a Toyota engineer’s perspective.
For decades, it’s been assumed that Americans “love their cars,” that they enjoy driving, etc. However, recent data indicates that Americans are beginning to lose a little bit of interest in driving…especially younger Americans.
According to the Federal Highway Administration, the number of vehicle miles traveled during the first six months of 2013 compared to the same period last year was down, and it has been dropping each year since 2007. What’s more, a decreased interest in driving has been particularly noticeable among teenagers. Read more…
A new report from Road and Track says that Mercedes-Benz thought about offering a pickup truck. This luxury truck would have been an interesting addition to the upscale pickup offerings in North America. Could they reconsider?
On the same day that Toyota announced it has built its one-millionth pickup, truck sales forecasts could reach two million this year. This could be the best year for truck sales since the 2007 recession.
The perennial thought, among critics, is that the Tundra is the WORST pickup for fuel economy on the market. Not so fast says Consumer Reports who has tested all of them. Does 1 MPG matter?