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Toyota Debuts New 2007 Tundra Pickup at the Chicago Auto Show

February 14, 2006

CHICAGO – Toyota Motor Corp. unveiled the new 2007 Tundra pickup Feb. 9 at the Chicago Auto Show. The new Tundra is 10 inches longer than the older model and features a larger cargo bed. Toyota will offer the revamped Tundra with three different engines. The vehicle also has the capability of towing more than 10,000 lbs.
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