YOU DON’T BUILD A TOYOTA TRUCK LIKE THIS TO HAUL FERTILIZER!
Take a backbone forged from massive on-piece frame rails, eight equally strong cross members and a fully boxed front sub-frame. Bolt on a body and a Sheet-Molded Composite (SMC) bed built for abuse and supported by a leaf spring suspension with staggered outboard-mounted gas shocks. Offer additional tough stuff like the available TRD Off-Road Package with Bilstein shocks, 16-inch alloy wheels with P265/70R16 BFGoodrich tires, Hill Start Assist Control (HAC), Downhill Assist Control (DAC) and electronic locking rear differential. Now put it all to work with a choice of 4-cylinder or V6 engines that use Variable Valve Timing with intelligence (VVT-i) to pump maximum power from minimal fuel. You don’t equip a Tacoma truck with all this if the worst it’s going to see are speed bumps and shopping carts. You assume i’ts going to be put to the test in the kinds of go-for-broke gathering spots where the roads look like the surface of Mars, and everything in your path is an obstacle of sand, mub or snow that you’ll need to outhustle, outmuscle and outsmart.
The 2011 Toyota Tundra. Moving Foward.
The rugged and fun to drive Toyota Tacoma is available at Labadie Toyota Scion in Bay City Michigan. Labadie Toyota is located 1 mile off I75 and is only minues from Saginaw and Midland.
Eighty percent of all Toyota vehicles sold in the last 20 years are still on the road. That’s a fact. But more than that, it’s a sign of Toyota’s long-standing dedication to building the most trustworthy vehicles on the road. Simply put, Toyota wants the loyalty of our customers to outlast even our vehicles.