Toyota 4x4 Truck & SUV History, Facts, ID and Model Year Changes
The Toyota 4Runner finds its origins a bit before 1983. Here's the whole story.
The Toyota 4Runner was the first of Toyota's comfort-driven SUVs. Unlike the Land Cruiser, the 4Runner was designed around the rugged frame of the truck, and made to be a little more comfortable.
Toyota Highlander is a uni-body-based, sport utility vehicle made available in 2001.
From its humble beginnings in 1950 as a development project based on the design of the Willys Jeep, the Land Cruiser has taken its rightful place as Toyota's flagship four-wheel drive vehicle.
This history of Toyota's pickup trucks from 1979 to 1990.
Toyota began selling the RAV4 in Japan in May of 1994 and introduced it to the U.S. in 1996.
2001 was the first year for the Sequoia. Following is a description of Toyota's newest full-sized SUV.
Follow along through time, as the Toyota Truck continues to change the face of the modern truck as we know it -- from the 1950 Land Cruiser to the 2000 Tundra and Sequoia 4x4s.
Toyota's first full sized pickup. While it started as a slow bulky truck in the T100, the Tundra has grown to be a true competitor to the full sized domestic trucks.