Seven years is a lifetime in the automotive industry, but that's how long the current generation Toyota Tacoma has been around, without so much as a nip or tuck to its aging design.
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The number-one selling compact truck in the country just got a facelift, and unlike the plastic injected into many of southern California's yoga-practicing, soccer moms, the 2012 Toyota Tacoma doesn't look like a duck.
The past few years has seen major shakeups in the automotive industry, and it shows in a recent survey on brand perception conducted by Consumer Reports.
China's annual international auto show, which rotates each year between Beijing and Shanghai, is a mixed bag of promise and a facade of decades-old technology hiding under fresh sheetmetal.