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Monday, April 16, 2007


The Car Geek

The 5.7L comprises 70 to 80 percent of Tundra sales? Not good for Detroit's trucks. If this trend continues, perception will start to change, and when Tundra is mentioned, people will think "big power, big torque, big towing, great nerf bars". This is also not good because Toyota is selling a lot of it's higher end Tundras, equipped with the 5.7L. This means higher profits.

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