Although technically not its first full month on the market, the new ’07 Toyota Tundra sold close to 600 units in the U.S. in February, Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc.’s Jim Lentz says. The ’07 Tundra fullsize pickup truck went on sale in the U.S. Feb. 5. Lentz, executive vice president, says 65%-70% of the initial mix was the V-8 model. However, he couldn’t say how many of the V-8s sold were the new 5.7L mill, which just went into production last month at Toyota’s Huntsville, AL, ...

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