I've been exploring with 4x4 vehicles for over 20 years. My wheeling experience began on the backroads in northern Michigan and includes everything from mud to rocks, sand, and hard-core crawling.
The event that helped start our original FJC Magazine - FJ Summit - happens this week, for the 10th time!
The Toyota Cruisers & Trucks team has been preparing for the event for quite some time, so we thought a little preview of what's going down this year may be useful.
The exhibitor list for Overland Expo WEST 2016 has been sent out…and WOW, this event sure is growing!
With well over 250 exhibitors and featured vehicles at the event this year, it’ll like be impossible to see them all. Our editors have put together this list of what they’re most excited about...
We've just learned that Toyota has signed a multi-year deal with Ballistic BJ Baldwin! The team will be racing a TRD Pro Tundra Trophy Truck in both the SCORE International and Best in the Desert (BITD) series.
Two weeks ago, AT Overland (aka Adventure Trailers) announced their all-new Habitat tent-camper-shell for the 2nd Gen (2005-2015) 5' or 6' bed Tacoma Trucks.
SPC / Light Racing recently revealed a major upgrade to their bulletproof Upper Control Arms for Toyota Cruisers & Trucks.
There has been plenty of discussion, wonder, and speculation about Victor Sheppard's 2007 Tundra. It recently hit 1,000,000 miles on the odometer (which subsquently has stopped working). Our colleague Tim Esterdahl wrote the initial story for Truck Trend last month.
We're a couple of years into the TRD Pro enhanced off-road performance Toyota Trucks (and SUVs), and the newest offering from our friends at corporate Toyota USA was announced today.
The 3rd Generation Tacoma will get the TRD Pro treatment for 2017, according to Toyota. This package of factory-added (and warrantied) options is still without a price, but the previous TRD Pro Package was only about $1,400 more than a similary outfitted truck, so this package should come in at a similar price point.
With every vehicle I have ever owned, there are always some things that just don't make sense. When I decided to buy a Tundra, my ﬁrst stop was the Toyota website, then the dealership to feel and touch.