February 22, 2013

Toyota Tundra and Tacoma Pickup Trucks win U.S. News & World Report's Awards

Toyota swept the pickup truck segments in the annual U.S. News & World Report '2013 Best Cars for the Money' awards. The Tacoma won 'Best Compact Truck for the Money' for the second-consecutive year while the Tundra took top honors as the 'Best Full Size Truck
for the Money'. The awards recognise the top vehicles in their respective segments for their outstanding value and critical acclaim.

"Sweeping the pickup truck segment as 'Best Cars for the Money' from U.S. News & World Report is a great honor and reflects Toyota's commitment to quality, durability and reliability, all key ingredients for great value," said Bill Fay, Group Vice-President and General Manager, Toyota Division. "These awards are a tribute to our truck engineering and design teams in Michigan, California, and Japan, and every team member at our Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas plant in San Antonio, where all Tundra's and most Tacoma's are assembled."


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