SAN ANTONIO, TX – In a year when Toyota Motor Corp. has managed at times to outsell Chrysler Group in the U.S. and Ford Motor Co. globally, it’s hard to think of the Japanese auto maker as an underdog. Tundra Double Cab But that’s the position where Toyota finds itself in the big-truck arena. When Toyota launched the Tundra pickup in 2000, it was the first foreign nameplate to compete against the Ford F-150, Chevy Silverado and Dodge Ram. Due to its smaller size, the Tundra never ...
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