Americans love trucks, but the Toyota Tundra hasn’t been a roaring success as the company only sells around 115,000 units annually in the United States.
That’s far less than most competitors and it’s a tad peculiar as the mid-size Tacoma is one of the most popular trucks in its segment.
While there’s no easy explanation for this, the Tundra’s age certainly hasn’t helped. The second-generation truck was introduced at the 2006 Chicago Auto Show and a series of updates have helped to hide its age. However, 15 years is an eternity in the automotive world and the Tundra has been surpassed by more modern rivals.
Toyota is now fighting back with an all-new Tundra, which is significantly more comfortable, capable and high-tech. It might not strike fear into the hearts of Detroit automakers, but the company has upped their game and created a compelling pickup that is far more appealing than its predecessor.
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