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Posted: 06/21/21 07:45am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Another nose spectacular from the USA Pickup Design Bureau

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Posted: 06/21/21 09:11am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looks very similar to the current 4RUNNER to me. Also kind of reminds me of the GMC HD. I’m personally not a fan of Toyota but I don’t think it is terrible. I’m sure they will sell pretty much everything they can build. Just like the do with the tired old current generation.


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noteven wrote:

Another nose spectacular from the USA Pickup Design Bureau


That's because the mfgs tried the Canadian Pickup Design Bureau once and they got Bob n Doug MacKenzie as lead designers!


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Posted: 06/21/21 01:53pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I think the last gen Tundra has been a good truck, and I've got no real issues with the way this one looks. I'm sure it'll sell well. I do wish Toyota would make a genuine HD truck but I don't see them trying to make that leap. As half tons go I'm sure this will be a nice truck, though.

There are only so many ways to style a pickup. You can be innovative like Tesla and design a visual turd, or you can do what everybody else does and apply lipstick to the same basic shape.


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Toyota has just handily taken the ugliest truck award from the Silverado HD.


I have no brand loyalties but both have the ugliest front ends I've seen in a long time. I don't get it.[emoticon]


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Well what can we expect? It's a truck! They are all ugly!
Now is it going to get better mileage? Updated and interior? Will it be as reliable?

You want beauty get a Corvette.

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I like it and depending on price may buy one.


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Posted: 06/22/21 01:49pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Same engine going into land cruiser. It must be reliable but going turbo so that will be tough.

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hvac wrote:

Well what can we expect? It's a truck! They are all ugly!
Now is it going to get better mileage? Updated and interior? Will it be as reliable?

You want beauty get a Corvette.


No allegiance here (I don't even own a truck), but saying they're all ugly must be coming from a person who's not seen the new Ram trucks.

As for beauty, a new Corvette? Seriously? I must be missing something, but to each his own.


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Last I checked the Tundra's didn't even have a heated steering wheel. Their designers must have eaten a seriously bad bowl of ugly. Thing looks like a transformer that had a glitch. Looks aren't everything, but that puts that truck off my future list.

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