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  1. 2015 Ford F-150 vs. 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, 2015 Ram 1500, 2014 Toyota Tundra

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    2015 Ford F-150 vs. 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, 2015 Ram 1500, 2014 Toyota Tundra Let's go places built tough like a rock and grab life by the horns. [Re: F-150, 1st Place] "The new F-150 seems engineered to make us forget that it’s made of aluminum. Everything is oversized, from the...
  2. Chicago 2013: 2014 Toyota Tundra

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    2014 Toyota Tundra Gets Sexy New Interior, Same Old Engines Stephen Elmer Feb 07 AutoGuide The current-generation Toyota Tundra debuted during the Chicago Auto Show in 2007 and today, Toyota brought its new 2014 Tundra to the same event. A new chiseled look brings the formerly curvaceous...
  3. AutoNews: Toyota Keeping Cool Despite Slow Tundra Sales

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    Toyota keeping cool despite slow Tundra sales Mark Rechtin Automotive News | February 20, 2008 - 6:52 pm EST LOS ANGELES – Despite sales of its Tundra full-size pickup falling short of expectations in January, Toyota is not worried about meeting its annual objective. Last year, the...
  4. AutoNews: Soft Market Threatens Tundra Sales Goal

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    Soft market threatens Tundra sales goal Mark Rechtin Automotive News | January 7, 2008 - 12:01 am EST LOS ANGELES — Toyota executives say they couldn't care less that the Tundra full-sized pickup fell 3,445 units short of their 200,000-unit sales goal. But what should have them concerned...
  5. Toyota Recalls the Troubled Tundra

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    Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. is recalling 15,600 2007 Toyota Tundra pickups because a transmission part could break. Toyota says the rear propeller shaft on four-wheel-drive Tundras could separate at a joint. No accidents or injuries have been reported resulting from the faulty shaft.
  6. Autoblog: Toyota Tundra woes "shame" automaker

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    Toyota Tundra woes "shame" automaker The corporate culture that has charged Toyota's ascendance in the automotive world isn't without its pitfalls. Pride in quality products has driven the automaker for decades and the recent spate of issues with the Tundra – from snapping camshafts, cracking...
  7. Autoblog:Toyota Tundra hit with two more quality issues

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    Last Tuesday the Toyota Tundra was kicked off the Consumer Reports "Recommended" list for achieving below average predicted reliability scores from its own owners. It appears, however, that the Tundra's week is about to get worse. With the help of Mike Levine from Pickuptruck.com, we're...
  8. Autoblog: Toyota Tundra overtakes GMC Sierra 1500 in year-to-date sales?

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    Toyota Tundra overtakes GMC Sierra 1500 in year-to-date sales? The launch of Toyota's all-new 2007 half-ton Tundra pickup has had its fair share of hiccups, but despite bumps in the road, it appears that the Japanese automaker's half-ton has become the first import pickup to overtake a...
  9. Autoblog: GM matches Tundra's incentives

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    GM matches Tundra's incentives Toyota stole GM's thunder, but The General isn't going to let Toyota take its lunch money. The Japanese company is offering grand slam incentives for the '06 and '07 Tundras that include $3,000 and interest-free loans for five years. That kind of honey moved...
  10. Le Tundra Saga Update

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    Toyota Tundra may be recalled Engine trouble on new Texas-made pickup could hurt quality reputation. Christine Tierney / The Detroit News Toyota Motor Corp. faces a costly setback in the biggest U.S. vehicle launch in its history after owners of its new Tundra pickup reported engine...
  11. Camshaft Trouble Piles up for Tundra

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    Mark Rechtin Automotive News May 28, 2007 - 1:00 am LOS ANGELES -- A batch of camshaft failures in 5.7-liter V-8 engines has dinged the launch of the Toyota Tundra pickup. Camshafts in 20 engines have snapped, says Toyota spokesman Mike Michels. The outside camshaft supplier, which Toyota...
  12. Tundra keeps trying: CrewMax also gets four stars from NHTSA

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    http://www.autoblog.com/2007/05/16/t...rs-from-nhtsa/ Toyota swung for the fences when they unveiled the Toyota Tundra in Detroit, with an optional 381 HP V8, 10,500 pound tow rating, and huge proportions. The problem is, ever since the vehicle hit dealer lots, it seems as though one piece of...
  13. Freep: Safety F150 Vs. 2007 Tundra

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    Crash worthy: Ford takes on Toyota Bryce G. Hoffman / The Detroit News Ford Motor Co. will push the envelope a little further tonight with a new television commercial that shows an actual crash test of one of its pickups. The new spot is the latest in a series of ads for the F-150 featuring...
  14. Tundra, Seen From F150's Cabin

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    Tundra, the untold story By Ndwariga Fomoconews (A Joe six pack observation) We have all seen the headlines over the last three months. "Toyota's new Tundra strikes fear among Big 3" Detroit News screamed for example. They even had a Toyota supplied photo to (inserted) show how scared Detroit...
  15. Tundra "Turaku" NHTSA Trouble

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    The Guys at Toyota are having a difficult time playing with the Big Detroit boys. According to recent reports, Toyota has already burnt $5,000.00 per truck to be built in advertising. Later comes more news of Dealer cash on the hood... All American Big Trucks rate at 5 stars according to NHTSA...
  16. WSJ:Toyota Tries to push Tundra with Cash on Hood

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    Toyota Motor Corp. says some of its dealers are offering as much as a $1,500 discount on the basic work truck version of Toyota's newly redesigned Tundra truck, just barely one month after it went on sale. The discount for the Texas-built large truck reflects the intense competition in this...
  17. Autoblog: Ford trucks show up in Tundra commercial. Thank you TOYOTA!!

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    Ford trucks show up in Tundra commercial. Working as an extra in a movie shoot, you get to see all that goes into making a film, like how many people it takes to do all the hard, dirty, back-breaking work. Then, the star shows up at the last possible minute, the cameras roll, and movie magic...
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