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2017 Toyota Tundra vs. 2017 Toyota Tacoma

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Albuquerque drivers choose pickup trucks for a variety of different reasons. Depending on your purpose, the Toyota Tundra or Toyota Tacoma may be the reliable truck to get the job done.

Toyota Tundra: Powerful Full-Size Capability

  • Maximum Tow Rating: 10,500 pounds
  • Maximum Payload Rating: 2,080
  • Wheelbase: 147.7 inches
  • Track: 67.9 inches

If you have serious payload or towing demands, the full-size Tundra is your choice, hands-down. This model is well-suited for a landscaping business, farm work, or off-roading.

Toyota Tacoma: Mid-Size Fun

  • Maximum Tow Rating: 6,800 pounds
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Love It Or Hate It? The 2018 Toyota C-HR Debuts Shocking Design

"For C-HR, we weren’t afraid to be polarizing," says Ian Cartabiano, Studio Chief Designer, CALTY Design Research. "We took the challenge to stand out, and create something more exciting and dynamic."

Penning a good design is all about taking risks. If you don't risk somebody hating what you've created, then you haven't made art. The Toyota lineup was once known for its conservative styling—they were cars, plain and simple. They got you where you were going, and they didn't break down.

That philosophy of reliability above all else is what helped Toyota become the…

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5 Easy Summer Car Care Tips

Summer is here and in full swing! The days are longer, the temperatures hotter, and the warm summer nights more pleasant. Summer is a time for adventure. Summer is a time for road trips. Summer is not the time to spend with your car in the shop. Following these five easy car care tips will help keep your car out of the shop and on the road for a summer you won’t forget!

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Road Trip With Children — Tips and Tricks


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A Charming, Safe, and Confident 2017 Toyota Avalon is a Stellar Family Fit

In the halcyon days of automotive lore, the full-size sedan was the go-to for families. Fast-forward til’ now, and models like the RAV4 and Highlander occupy that space. But that doesn’t mean demand for stellar models like the 2017 Toyota Avalon has waned. In fact, with excellent road manners, safety, and efficiency, it’s quite a popular option for those who prefer sedans.

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The New 2018 Toyota Camry Offers Peak Potency

Trying to knock Toyota’s stellar midsize sedan off its throne has become something of a game to the competition, but with sales continuing to lead through 2017, it doesn’t look like that’ll happen any time soon. Add on the impressive dynamics of the 2018 Camry, and you have a car that will stand out in ways its predecessors never could.

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The New 2018 Toyota Camry Offers Peak Potency

Trying to knock Toyota’s stellar midsize sedan off its throne has become something of a game to the competition, but with sales continuing to lead through 2017, it doesn’t look like that’ll happen any time soon. Add on the impressive dynamics of the 2018 Camry, and you have a car that will stand out in ways its predecessors never could.

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Toyota Safety Sense Offers Peace of Mind

If you're searching for a vehicle that can supply extra eyes and ears on the road, a Toyota model like the 2017 Corolla with Toyota Safety Sense can help you breathe a little easier.

When your vehicle is equipped with Toyota Safety Sense, you gain access to a multi-faceted safety system created to help protect you in unsafe situations on the road. These features work to alert you to possible dangers and help your vehicle react on its own when you cannot.

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Zero Emission Truck

 

Can you imagine the roads with quiet and quick trucks that don’t produce any emissions? Toyota can!  Today Toyota Motor North America, Inc. announced the “Project Portal” – a hydrogen fuel cell system designed for heavy duty truck use at the Port of Los Angeles. This is the next step in Toyota’s effort to broaden the application of zero-emission fuel cell technology.

 

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