When a new pickup truck debuted, did you ever wonder how its competitors would suddenly gain a few hundred pounds of towing capacity with seemingly no changes from the previous model year?
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If a Japanese automaker had a weak product in its lineup, it was bound to show up in February.
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.
While we're not quite back at the pre-recession high of 17 million vehicles sold in the U.S.