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2010 MSRP: Starts at $23,155
Units sold in 2008: 137,249*

Toyota's full-size pickup truck premiered in 2000 in an attempt to compete with bigger American trucks like the Ford F-150. It soon won accolades, and a larger version of the vehicle, assembled entirely in the United States and replete with bulging fenders, was released in 2007, becoming the best-selling foreign truck. But sales dipped as fuel costs rose and the economy tanked.

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