ANCHORAGE, AK – Early signs that the humdrum world of compact pickup trucks may be experiencing a transformation began trickling in through the early days of 2004. As Chrysler Group, General Motors Corp., Toyota Motor Corp., Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. and Mitsubishi Motors Corp. revealed new compact trucks, one word seemed to be missing from the dialogue: compact. Toyota Tacoma Compact pickups – known for their popularity with contractors and young men on budgets – are growing up and ...
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