Toyota’s series of trucks are built for strength and power. In fact, they have withstood the test of time.
While most of the trucks and SUVs have gotten more and more feminized with the passage of time, Toyota is one company which hasn’t lost its grip in these matters.
Its TRD Pro Series of trucks have their off-road ability intact. And these heavy-duty vehicles are worth their weight in gold since they have what it takes to tear down the road.
The acronym TRD stands for Toyota Racing Development and behind it lies the conglomerate’s performance capacity division. This department produces cars that feature in the NASCAR Sprint cup races.
The Tacoma, Tundra and 4Runner are the best trucks in their class. And their bold and beautiful look from the exterior is matched by the interior complexity. These trucks have depth behind them and they come in three hues: black, white and fiery orange.
According to PamplinMediaGroup, "The 2015 Tacoma, Tundra and 4Runner TRD-Pro trucks all feature a more aggressive look than stock models, and capabilities that are far more than skin-deep. They’re only available in three colors: black, white, and an exclusive “Inferno” burnt orange. Each is fitted with a custom grille with a bold Toyota logo, black wheels and TRD interior accents."
"What’s great about all three is that the additional equipment is engineered specifically for the trucks and factory installed, so it carries the full Toyota warranty and can be financed with the rest of the truck. The same can’t always be said of aftermarket accessories and modifications."
Toyota Motors furthermore gives a guarantee with these monster trucks that they will last a long time. They will not let the drivers or the passengers down. There are some fine-tuned springs that keep all three trucks steady on the open road.
And the shock absorbers come in pretty handy too. The suspension systems installed in each one ensure that nothing untoward occurs along the journey. And as for the sound it is kept to a minimum.
The seats in the trucks are all special and luxurious. As for the dual exhaust system, it functions without a hitch. The 18-inch wheels seem to go on and on without any wear and tear.
These TRD Pro Series of trucks have something about them that defies explanation. It is the combination of ten thousand parts that inspired the creation of each one of them. And they function effortlessly and smoothly so that their purchase is definitely not a raw deal.
These trucks will be coming out within the next three months. The consumers are looking out for their entry into the market since they are lucrative deals alright. Toyota has never let its consumer base down and never will.
Ted Moncure, TRD, F-Sport & functional accessory design engineering manager and TRD Pro Desert Race Team driver, told MT, "I think the Baja 1000 will be a great durability test for the TRD Pro Tundra. I'm looking forward to experiencing how the TRD Pro suspension tuning will smooth out the whoops and ruts, and get us 1100+ miles down the Baja peninsula. I'm sure it will be an adventure!"
The 2015 Tundra TRD Pro Series truck race starts in Ensenada, Mexico and runs from November 12-16.