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We are selling our 2016 Tayota Tacoma double cab 4x4 TRD Sport with 11k low miles. Our loss is your gain with over
$50k invested into this like new Tacoma. This is probably one of the nicest Tacoma's on the road today. We get
complements everywhere we go with it. The factory upgrades include navigation, back up camera, updraded towing
package with transmission and oil coolers, smart key/push button start, Bluetooth wireless, XM sat, and sliding
rear window. The truck which stickered at over $38k new bone stock has also been outfitted with over $10k worth of
professionally installed top of the line modifications that will take you anywhere you would need to go. Some of
the upgrades include a Pelfreybilt Line-X front bumper, Warn 10k lb winch, 30 inch Amber baja led in bumper, 2 baja
Amber cube led's, 4 clear Baja cube Led's, DB customz line-X grill, RCI hood light brackets, all weather mats front
and rear, OEM roof rack, Fox racing 2.5 factory series 3 inch coil overs, Total Chaos upper control arms, addition
Lin-X accents to fender flairs and bumper surrounds, XD KMC wheels, 33 inch STT pro tires, black metal rocker step
guards, full black out emblem kit, and tinted windows. The truck is still under full factory warranty and has free
maintenance (oil changes, tire rotations) until 25k miles. I have the original window sticker, manuals, and two
sets of keys.
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Auto blogWed, 14 Nov 2012 09:59:00 EST
Rumors of a revival of the Toyota Supra and MR2 have been swirling for years right up until just this week when high-level Toyota employees all but confirmed their return.
But now The Detroit Bureau has put together news from different sources suggesting that the next Supra might be all electric. The report cites recent comments from Toyota senior executives hinting at plans to work with Tesla on a new joint project. The FT-HS Concept (shown above) seems a logical inspiration for a new Supra.
And on the other side of the equation is Tesla's design chief Franz von Holzhausen who was quoted last year saying his company was looking at its next project, probably a sports car, that would follow next year's intro of the Model X. He went on to suggest the car would compete directly with BMW's 3 Series, which, in coupe form, could be a worthy competitor to a Supra as well.
With uncertainty in the US and Chinese markets, automakers are scrambling to rev up their efforts in what were traditionally secondary markets. Take Toyota's efforts in Latin America. A recent story from The Wall Street Journal highlights the Japanese brand's push in the southern hemisphere, particularly in Brazil, where it has expanded its operations and installed new executives with a greater range of powers, all in a bid to grab a bigger slice of the ever-growing South American pie.
South America is dominated by General Motors, Fiat and Volkswagen, which maintain a combined 60 percent of the market share - Toyota holds a mere 4.5 percent. The WSJ spoke with Steve St. Angelo, Toyota's boss in Latin America, who said, "We are playing catch up, but we're catching up fast. We now have the resources to give the region the attention it really needs and deserves."
That attention includes an all-new, locally produced small car called the Etios. As bewildering as it seems, Toyota wasn't competing in the low-cost economy car market in South America. With the Etios, which arrived in September of 2012, its sales in the first seven months of 2013 are up 75 percent.
Slowly, the many loose threads still dangling after the unintended acceleration issue Toyota faced a few years ago are being resolved. The Orange County District Attorney's office was believed to be the first DA's office to take Toyota to court, its suit alleging that Toyota knew its cars had defects and continued to sell them. The suit sought to "permanently enjoin Toyota from continued unlawful, unfair, deceptive, and fraudulent business practices as it pertains to both consumers and competitors" and asked for $2,500 "for every violation of the Unfair Business Practices Act," plus costs.
That suit has now been settled, Toyota - without admitting fault or wrongdoing - agreeing to pay $16 million to the county. Half of the money will go to the Orange County Gang Reduction Intervention Partnership, another four million dollars to the OC DA's office to investigate economic crime, the remaining four million being used to pay for the case.