2004 Toyota Tacoma Sr5 Trd Extended Cab Pickup 2-door 3.4l on 2040-cars
Garrison, New York, United States
2004 Toyota Tacoma SR5 TRD.
2004 was the last year of the best looking Tacoma ever. My
Tacoma is an SR5 TRD with 75,681 miles (mileage will go up as I am driving it) and
is in excellent shape. It comes
with a Leer cap, Back County side steps nerf bars, locking rear differential
and ECT. I have all the service records, books and original bill of sale. The
frame was replaced by Toyota on a recall several years ago.
Cosmetically this truck is in great shape for a
nine-year-old vehicle. The front and rear bumper have a few dents as pictured
but the rest of the body is very good and is all original with no body or paint work.
This truck was never “worked” and the interior shows close to new.
Please feel free to inspect the truck before bidding. If you
bid sight unseen and feel I misrepresented anything when you come to pick it up
I will happily cancel the sale. I will not accept bids from 0 feedback ebayer's
or those with negative feedback without first contacting me. If you fall into
this category and place a bid I will cancel it.
This truck is for sale locally and I reserve the right to
cancel auction so long as offer has not been accepted.
Toyota Tacoma for Sale
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Sun, 23 Jun 2013 09:00:00 EST
Over the past two years, Toyota has invested more than $2 billion at its North American production facilities, and it apparently doesn't plan on stopping there. To keep up with recent strong sales, Toyota is investing an additional $200 million at its engine plants in the Southern US to increase production capacity of its V6 engines.
Wed, 27 Feb 2013 16:30:00 EST
The bulk of this money ($150 million) will go to expand Toyota's engine plant in Huntsville, AL, which is currently responsible for supplying engines - four-cylinder, V6 and V8 - to eight of Toyota's 12 domestically produced vehicles. That includes the best-selling Toyota Camry (shown above).
Toyota didn't say exactly what improvements are being made to the plant, but this follows last year's $80 million investment in the plant that is set to be completed by next year raising the engine capacity to 750,000 annual units including 362,000 V6s. The remaining $50 million will go to the casting plants of Toyota-owned Bodine Aluminum in Missouri and Tennessee, which supply engine blocks and cylinder heads to the Huntsville engine plant as well as others in Kentucky and West Virginia. Scroll down below for the official press release.
PickupTrucks.com has taken another look at the sales of its favorite vehicle bodystyle as part of an ongoing series. According to registration data from R.L. Polk, the Toyota Tacoma easily took the crown as America's best-selling mid-sized pickup, with 133,477 units rolling into new homes in 2012. For comparison, the second-place Nissan Frontier only saw 50,566 registrations.
Thu, 21 Mar 2013 19:58:00 EST
We feel compelled to point out that before Ford pulled the plug on its ancient Ranger, the company was moving some 75,000 units per year. That number had shriveled to 15,662 by 2012, which was still enough to surpass the Honda Ridgeline. Interestingly enough, one person brought home a brand-new Hummer H3T as well. But mid-sized trucks represent only a fraction of total pickup sales. Dealers sold a total of 241,471 midsizers last year compared to 988,326 half-tons.
That segment was dominated by General Motors with 533,814 sales followed by Ford at 478,204. Ram Trucks trailed behind in third with 241,204 units with Toyota close behind at 229,769. Nissan, meanwhile, remains a distant fifth. Head over to PickupTrucks.com for a closer look at the breakdown in each segment.
Toyota has worked up a quick video detailing the brand's involvement in the transportation of the Space Shuttle Endeavour last year. As you may recollect, the California Science Center ran into a hitch when it came to moving Endeavour from LAX to its new home. While most of the route would be covered by a robotically controlled transporter, one portion of the route directed the shuttle over an interstate. Unfortunately, the bridge across wasn't designed to stand up to the weight of the shuttle and its motorized sled.
The Science Center would have to remove Endeavour from its transporter and place it on a lighter, non-motorized sled. That's where longtime Science Center sponsor Toyota came in. As it turns out, the automaker had to prove to the California Science Center that a Tundra could actually tow the massive shuttle, so engineers put on a little demonstration with a stock truck pulling the equivalent weight over flat ground for the same distance. Once the Science Center was satisfied that the Tundra could pull it off, the move was green lit and the rest is history. Check out the short documentary below for yourself.