Lug nuts hold your wheel to your car, so you’ll need to take them off to change a tire or work on your suspension. That’s easy unless one of your lug nuts is a special “locking type.” Oh, yours is? And you lost the key? Don’t sweat it, we’ll show you how to get that sucker off anyway.
As a New Mexi-Texan, one thing I grew up around was ostentatious displays of pickup trucks. And if you’re not one of those who looks down on Japanese pickups, but want to flaunt your oil money with Japanese engineering, boy does Toyota have a Tundra for you: a 26-foot long limo version. Made right in the Lone Star…
Toyota has a history of building solidly competent and reliable trucks. What do you need to know before you buy a Toyota Tundra? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you in our Buyer’s Guide.
Remember your first car? Probably wasn’t too fancy, fast, or “Best In Class” at anything. But it was easy to master, resilient, and way more fun than it had any right to be. The 2014 Toyota Tundra brings those feelings right back, and I promise it’s still worth looking at.
The Ford Raptor has pretty much owned the off-road oriented truck market since it was introduced a few years ago. That might change on February 6th, when Toyota drops their TRD Pro Series Tundra and 4Runner at the Chicago auto show.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says it rolled the Ford F-150 and Toyota Tundra something fierce until each earned a "top safety pick." Nissan, GM and Chrysler marketers mumbled they don't care about no poncey safety grade anyways.
Toyota says it needs a look-see at 51,000 Tundra pickups from the 2011 model year to check a drive shaft part that could break. Yesterday's recall was for 307,000 SUVs with faulty air bag sensors. Tomorrow?
While it might be a desirable attribute in the car you drive every day, fuel economy is not usually one of the features that keep you up at night lusting after your dream car. In the wake of rising gas prices and the associated hysteria we want to know what you think is the most automotive fun you can have in a car…
This is the Toyota Sportsman, a concept truck built in coordination with Bass Pro Shops for the extreme
outdoorsman. How extreme? There's an 86 square foot deck, pop-up camouflaged hunting blind and a portable armory. [PickupTrucks]
Toyota is reportedly killing the full-size Sequoia SUV. We hear they're not planning on building a replacement off the
Camry platform. [PickupTrucks]
Toyota's voluntarily recalling two 2010 Tundra four-wheel-drive pickups to fix a potential problem with the front propeller shaft. That's right, two. Somebody signal the networks! Recall! Recall! RECALL! [PickupTrucks.com]
Toyota's Tundra Midnight Rider Tailgater concept by Brooks & Dunn has got western belt buckle-styled door handles. As the name implies, it's designed to be the ultimate tailgating vehicle. But seriously, belt buckle handles.
NHTSA's reportedly opened an investigation into reports of frame rust and corrosion in 2000 and 2001 Tundra pickups, an issue similar to the problems in 1995-2000 and 2001-04 Toyota Tacoma trucks last year. [PickupTrucks]
Concerned your Toyota floor mat may kill you? Us too. Luckily, Toyota's provided this handy guide for what to do if you think your Toyota/Lexus is part of the recall. Click "more" to avoid a fiery death.
Jason got his Toyota Tundra back from the dealer and noticed change missing. His complaints were ignored. When it happened again, he stuck a camera in the truck and saw some pretty interesting behavior. Updated.
Apparently the historical anecdotal rust problem with Toyota trucks is rearing its ugly head again, as owners of early decade Tundras and Tacomas are lodging complaints with NHTSA over rusted and dangerously deteriorating frames.