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Are You A First Time Buyer Looking To Buy A Toyota Truck?

Buying a Truck for the First Time? Need to buy a Truck with no credit? Pre-Owned is the way to go and so is one of our Toyota Trucks!

Toyota never started out as a recognized company for their innovations and its modifications on automobiles, like the hybrid and eco-friendly Prius or the famous Corolla or Camry. Apart from being a big name in the compact and the mid-sized sedan car class, Toyota has also made some astonishing improvements and modifications on the compact truck class for more than 50 years. Lets take a look at how the Toyota trucks have evolved over the years!

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First Generation (1969-1972)

The first vehicle that Toyota ever introduced to the American public to their compact truck list is called the Hilux. During Toyota's starting phase in the United States, it didn't have very many options and only came with manual gears. Still, it was accepted at local Toyota dealers by customers who wanted to purchase a pickup but wanted the adaptability of a compact vehicle.


Second Generation (1973-1974)

The second generation of Hilux granted customers a longer wheelbase and flatbed. Toyota also added a larger engine as an option and increased horsepower. During that time it became one of the most famous trucks in the United States.


Third Generation (1975-1978)

During the third generation, customers saw Toyota ditch theHilux name completely and instead used the name Toyota Truck for their compact pickup line. The third generation also saw a brand new look for the Hilux, as well as a somewhat larger engine. Toyota had also proposed its SR5 package option, switching production of U.S. trucks that were made in Japan to the U.S., and, by autumn of 1997, produced its one-millionth truck from the U.S. Department.


Fourth Generation (1979-1983)

For Toyota's fourth generation of trucks, they made some significant changes. Two options they started to offer customers were a 4WD option and a diesel 2WD option. Nearing the end of this generation, Toyota extended its diesel choice to their 4WD models as well. Toyota also offered its first ever limited edition model with upgrades characteristics, for example, the premium audio and chrome bumpers.

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