Toyota has, understandably, gone for mild updates for the 2020 Tacoma mid-sized pickup truck.
For the first time, no cars made the list of vehicles with the lowest depreciation.
Buying a slightly used car isn’t always the wisest of options, study finds.
We’ll see the facelifted 2020 Toyota Tacoma at the Chicago Auto Show.
If you’re looking for bling, you can cross the 4Runner Nightshade off your list.
The Tacoma is ‘Chuck Norris Approved’ – and more, which you can check at the video.
The average new car buyer holds onto their vehicle for about 7.4 years.
Unsurprisingly, Toyota leads the pack with four vehicles in this list.
There are at least a couple of surprising names on Consumer Report’s lowest rated list.
If you like them rough n’ tough, check out Toyota’s TRD Pro trucks.
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