Toyota has extended coverage of Air Injection Pump failure coverage to certain 2012-13 Tundra pickups. If your vehicle is listed, we HIGHLY recommend visiting your local dealer.
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Sometimes auto reviews just make us smile. The Chattanooga Times Free Press (type that a few times fast) review of the 2012 Toyota Tundra does just that. Did you know, it is a “sturdy work truck with the heart of a Lexus?”
In what could possibly be the coolest video ever, Toyota gave an independent cattle rancher in West Texas a Toyota Tundra to use as a 3/4 truck for 100,000 miles THEN tears it down to have engineers inspect every part to see how it did. How’d it do? As the rancher says, “It is just a better built truck. It’s that simple.”
For years, GM truck buyers have used tow ratings that are now being revised down as much as 4,800 lbs on some models. This is due to a new SAE standard that Toyota has used for years. Now that we are finally able to compare apples to apples, how does the Toyota Tundra compare to the Sierra/Silverado?
UPDATE: We got it wrong.
Filed under the heading “NO kidding” (sarcasm), it’s being rumored that the not-really-a-truck-but-sort-of-looks-like-a-truck Honda Ridgeline will be discontinued in 2012. PickupTrucks.com editor Mike Levine spoke with a Honda exec who said that he could neither confirm or deny that the Ridgeline will be flushed in 2012.
Of course, there’s a difference between a rumor and a confirmation, but here’s why this rumor seems legit, and why we’re going to say goodbye to the Ridgeline.