A Man and His Truck

by | Mar 19, 2013 | Automotive

A man and his truck. It’s a beautiful thing. And perhaps no trucks are more beautiful than those offered by Toyota of Miami, Florida. Toyota has been producing pickup trucks since 1947 with models that were available only in Asia. The durability, safety and convenience of Toyota pickups soon caused them to expand to the US market where they sold the Stout and the Hilux. Though the Hilux was produced in the 1970’s, they were so durable that many of them are still being driven, some having acquired over 300,000 miles. Though these trucks are obviously long off the market, it speaks to the reliability and durability of the Toyota brand. Today, Toyota of Miami, Florida offers two different models of pickup trucks. The Tacoma is the less expensive of the two and offers four variations on the model. The Regular Cab runs approximately $17,500 and comes with side curtain and side seat mounted airbags, a system to keep track of tire pressure, and a Star Safety System. The Access Cab has a rear access door to the front of the truck. It also sports foldable rear seats with storage capability and power windows and locks. This truck runs around $20,300. The Double Cab is a four door truck that costs about $22,400. It offers more comfort than a standard pickup with front bucket seats, a rear 60/40 split bench seat, and power windows, doors, locks, and mirrors. Finally, X-Runner has a price tag around $26,600. It is a two-door truck but offers the desirable X-brace-tuned suspension feature as well as 18 inch wheels with Bridgestone Tires and a color-keyed exterior. The Tacoma comes in eight colors: white, metallic red, mica, black, silver, metallic gray, spruce, and navy blue. The second model offered by Toyota of Miami, Florida is the Tundra, the ultimate in utility trucks for serious workers. The Tundra has three different variations. The Regular Cab starts at a little over $25,000. It can tow up to 10,400 pounds, has a large storage area in the cab, and an easy-to-lift tailgate. The Double Cab offers more seating room for a work crew with rear seats that can also fold up for more storage. It sports dual heat and air control and cruise control. Finally, the CrewMax Tundra runs around $35,500 and is the top of the line for work vehicles. With trailer sway control capabilities, a power vertical rear window, and a rear seat that can slide and recline back, this truck is a working man’s dream come true. Whether you are shopping for a truck because, well, it is a beautiful thing or because you need something that can get the job done and works as hard as you do, Toyota of Miami, Florida can help you find just the thing to suit your needs.

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