Toyota Motor Corp. says it will have an annual capacity of 30,000-45,000 units for its Tacoma Double Cab pickup when the all-new 4-door compact pickup hits dealerships in October. “There's certainly a strong demand,” says Don Esmond, Toyota Div. general manager. The Tacoma Double Cab will offer a 61.4 ins. bed, which is more than 6 ins. longer than the cargo area of the first-to-market Nissan Frontier Crew Cab. The cabin features a 60/40 fold down rear bench. Engine choices include a ...

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