CHICAGO – Toyota Motor Corp. gets back in the big pickup game with the Tundra Double Cab, which the auto maker says is a true fullsize truck. Unveiled at the auto show here, the Double Cab is built on an extended chassis that gives it the size it needs to stack up against domestic competition. The standard Tundra had been dismissed as a seven-eighths scale truck, an issue that was revisited at the Detroit auto show after the Nissan Titan was hailed as the first non-Big Three fullsize ...

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