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26 minutes ago, ccap41 said:

That's what it looked like to me. 

fOrEiGn tRuCk bAd

Sales of Tundras and Tacomas are also SAD compared to the domestics.  Remember that too.

BTW: Do modern Tacomas have that frame damage issue that 10-20 year old ones do?

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56 minutes ago, Robert Hall said:

None that I know of...just people stirring up shit...

Yeah- look into the frame rot lawsuit; it covered tacomas, tundras and sequoias. 4-runners and T100s also had severe rot issues.
Or... keep your head in the sand. ;)

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Shoot, current generation Tundra bed floors rust out above the floor crossmembers... where the beds are bolted to the frame.  I've seen many of them that way here in SE PA. 

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This is an interesting site. Toyota Tundra has a total of 51 recalls from the last 20 years of it's production. Not too bad. There are 7 issues under investigation with 2004 model year having 5 issues under investigation for brakes, suspension issues, airbags and seatbelts. 

The final big thing is the TSBs, 788 in total with the 2014 Model year having the most at 282 TSBs.

http://www.toyotaproblems.com/models/tundra/recalls/

Worst year is 2010, Major electrical problems, engine and transmission problems along with wheel and frame issue for not supporting stated loads.

This I do find very interesting, all the open cases that Toyota has yet to resolve around the following issues:

See through rusted out frame assemblies, melting dashboards, Engine Sludge, Soy wire coating that rodents love to chew, oil consumption lawsuit, and so much more.

http://www.toyotaproblems.com/problems/

Tundra is Baby Boomer tech, but clearly has a sludge of problems which really makes one question the reliability of the product.

In regards to the service men and woman who buy Asian or European name plated auto's. Yes you have given to your country, yes democracy allows you to pick your product you want to spend your own hard earned coin on.

The question to be asked is how do you changed American companies to build better products if you will not support them and give them the feedback to improve their products?

On top of this, if your going to go around and preach about supporting your own country, how does that work when your money goes out in profits to other country based companies supporting another country over your own?

Just saying, do you support your own US based Companies that pay taxes into the US Government and supports these companies or do you let it go over seas and support a foreign country?

Food for thought!

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18 minutes ago, David said:

Tundra has a total of 51 recalls from the last 20 years of it's production. Not too bad. There are the TSBs, 788 in total...

3 recalls AND 20 TSBs PER YEAR and that’s “not bad”???????

That’s what you call a ‘shitbox’, especially with the severity involved. 

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6 minutes ago, balthazar said:

3 recalls AND 20 TSBs PER YEAR and that’s “not bad”???????

That’s what you call a ‘shitbox’, especially with the severity involved. 

Same company also does all the other auto companies and here is how Ford F-150 fairs.

Over the last 37 years, 136 Recalls, 70 investigations, 1,504 TSBs. This equals to 3.67 recalls, 1.89 investigations and 40.65 TSBs per year.

http://www.fordproblems.com/models/f-150/recalls/

Chevrolet Silverado from 1999 to current or last 21 years.

12 recalls, 3 investigations, 2,635 TSBs. Equals to .57 Recalls, 0.14 investigations, 125.47 TSBs per year.

http://www.chevroletproblems.com/models/silverado-1500/

GMC Sierra 1500 from 1999 to current or last 21 years.

24 recalls, 5 investigations and 2,539 TSBs. Equals to 1.14 recalls, 0.24 investigations and 120.90 TSBs per year.

http://www.gmcproblems.com/models/sierra-1500/

I am sure if we add together the recalls, investigations and TSBs for the 150, 250 and 350, same with 1500, 2500 and 3500 the numbers would go up.

Toyota does beat them in much less TSBs per year with only an average of 39.4 TSBs.

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10 hours ago, ykX said:

@oldshurst442 What are you rumbling about? 

If something means nothing to you it doesn't means it means nothing to other people.  Yes, Toyota is Japanese company, but Tundra is designed and built in US giving jobs to thousands people in US.  On the American Made index Tundra is rated at #16 while F-150 is rated #44, SIlverado is at #77.

And BTW those frame rusts everyone comes back to all the time were happening 20 years ago.  That argument is long gone.  

It seems to me that you are making excuses for yourself to feel better about it...

BTW...GM's problems were 20 years and OLDER too...

Yet...for some reason, you only hold GM accountable...  

Like I said. I dont care what you buy. Your pocket, not mine.  Just stop with the bullshyte excuses.  

And I never said fOreIGn trUCk BaD 

I said...its STUPID to think and give pride to FOREIGN owned products made in America any value...and to blast American owned product for problems they had and to IGNORE foreign owned product problems...

You got a problem with American companies building their products elsewhere BUT the USA....talk to Wallstreet about that...

Change your POLITICAL environment, change YOUR OWN mindset and not ONLY be ready to pay  a lot more money for your American owned American built products, but thinking you have NO CHOICE BUT to pay a lot more  for your American owned American built products TO TRULY SUPPORT YOUR FELLOW AMERICAN.

AMERICAN WORKERS AND SERVICE PEOPLE DESERVE A LOT MORE MONEY THAN THEY ARE PAID NOW...

You see...

10 hours ago, ykX said:

but Tundra is designed and built in US giving jobs to thousands people in US.

THAT IS AN EMPTY PHOQUING ARGUMENT...   YOU WANT TO BE A GOOD AMERICAN...THEN FORCE YOUR POLITICIANS AND YOUR COUNTRYMEN TO ACCEPT THAT CONSUMER GOODS BUILT IN AMERICA WILL BE MORE EXPENSIVE DUE TO THE FACT THAT AMERICAN WORKERS DESERVE A BETTER PAY, BUT FACTORIES WILL BE RETURNING BACK TO THE USA...AND AMERICAN PEOPLE WILL HAVE JOBS TO PAY FOR AMERICAN BUILT PRODUCTS...

LIKE USUAL....FOLK LIKE YOU ALWAYS BARK UP THE WRONG TREE. BELIEVE IN SOME WEIRD PHOQUING LIE, AND STUPIDLY LIVE BY A CODE THAT ONLY DOES YOU HARM...

ANOTHER EXAMPLE:   THE FREEDOM OF NOT WEARING A MASK DURING A PHOQUING PANDEMIC...

WAVE FLAGGING, FREEDOM CRYING NONSENSE...

But yeah...buy your trouble free Toyoter to your heart's content...  Like I said...I dont give a shyte.  Your life. Not mine.  Your money, not mine.  Just STOP with the bullshyte arguments...

 

 

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16 hours ago, riviera74 said:

Sales of Tundras and Tacomas are also SAD compared to the domestics.  Remember that too.

BTW: Do modern Tacomas have that frame damage issue that 10-20 year old ones do?

Tundra sales are garbage and always have been. The Tacoma, however, continues to outsell the domestics. Not sure where you got the notion that Tacoma sales are bad. 

And good grief! What the hell happened on this thread? Sounds like a few folks need a bed and med check. 

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in 2019, the 'coma outsold the GM mid-size pickups by about 93K units.
It's like the.... corolla of the mid-size truck segment. Doesn't seem to matter how mediocre it is (49 recalls, with a couple years earning a recall about every 3.5 weeks), it keeps finding buyers.

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On 7/24/2020 at 6:35 PM, David said:

The question to be asked is how do you changed American companies to build better products if you will not support them and give them the feedback to improve their products?

On top of this, if your going to go around and preach about supporting your own country, how does that work when your money goes out in profits to other country based companies supporting another country over your own?

Profits go to CEOs and shareholders while actual jobs for average people are going to Mexico, China and Canada.  I would rather give my money to the company that gives jobs to American workers than to the bean counters and upper management.

I don't own a Toyota and unlikely will, but my wife drives MDX that was designed and build in US.  And I would rather give money to Honda that provides thousands of jobs in Ohio and Alabama, than to GM that outsorces more than 50% of the product to foreign countries.

Unlike most people on this forum I work in manufacturing.  I happen to work for an American company but I have seen many American companies outsorce manufacturing overseas.  I have sern thousands of people loose jobs because of that, while the tip brass sits here getting richer.  So excuse if I care more about American jobs than CEOs and shareholders.

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Why are 'shareholders' lumped in with 'CEOs'?
Is the assumption here that shareholders are all millionaires lounging on their yachts? Instead of millions of everyday people with pensions & 401Ks, hoping to be able to retire before age 85?

Profits go to CEOs and shareholders while actual jobs for average people are going to Mexico, China and Canada. 

I would rather give my money to the company that gives jobs to American workers than to the bean counters and upper management.


honda & toyota's profits also go to CEOs, upper management & shareholders (tho that last one- not in the U.S.).

Ford built nearly 2,000,000 vehicles in the US in 2019, honda built 1.2 million. Ford employs 85,000 in the U.S., honda employs 31,000.
Between these 2 examples, it is Ford who is giving jobs to American workers, not Honda. And that number used to be much higher, but once you slice a pizza into 80 slices, everyone gets less pizza.

 

BTW, honda also has 2 plants in Mexico, one just opened in 2014. That would be, quite arguably, 'taking jobs away from American workers', no?

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21 minutes ago, balthazar said:

Ford built nearly 2,000,000 vehicles in the US in 2019, honda built 1.2 million. Ford employs 85,000 in the U.S., honda employs 31,000

Honda is much smaller company to compare to Ford.  However, MDX and Pilot have substantially more US content than Explorer.  Toyota employs in the US 135000 people.  GM employs 86000.

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20 minutes ago, balthazar said:

Why are 'shareholders' lumped in with 'CEOs'?

Because if you have no good paying manufacturing or engineering jobs here, you will not be able to afford these shares or to save for the retirement.  I have seen many companies, including mine to make decisions that are not good for the workers or even for the future of said company, but only to make it look for a short period of time so that bottom line will look good and shares god forbid will not drop.  I can't go to details but i have seen time and time again how incredibly stupid decisions are made only because of bean counters trying to pad the bottom line.

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• "stupid decisions" :: Sure- look at so many of toyoter's corporate decisions.

• Most people don't buy equities out-of-pocket; their 401Ks are invested in them without their direct input. That's 100 million people, which is a LOT of John & Jane Q Publics.

GM employs 86000.


Obviously with vendor outsourcing and increased robotics, numbers will change. But GM used to employ 600,000. I'm not aware the cumulative investment in the U.S. there has ever been attempted to be calculated.

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4 hours ago, ykX said:

Profits go to CEOs and shareholders while actual jobs for average people are going to Mexico, China and Canada.  I would rather give my money to the company that gives jobs to American workers than to the bean counters and upper management.

So the truth comes out...

Nothing to do with "reliability" then...   

I may need a bed with my meds...but there is a reason I write my posts the way I do...

The rest...the arguing of who employs more and where the money goes and to whom is for another thread...  And one that is interesting and would be informative...

But...GM and Chrysler and Ford building cars in Canada is a bad thing?  You view that as a negative?  I hope you dont.  Because it undermines the trillion dollar trade both our countries enjoy for the last...well, since forever.  Since the days before Paleface hadnt crossed the Atlantic yet  and only the Native American Indians lived here...   In other words, there was never really any borders here.  Ever.  Between the different tribes there were alliances  and with others there was war, but there was always trade between everybody.   And discussion of that, well, that too would be for another another time in another thread...

PS: To inform you...   I care a lot for the American worker. Even as a Canadian, I care a whole lot.   If you read closely to what I wrote, you and I are saying the same thing...    I just cut to the chase and eliminate the BS...

Oh...just to let you know...

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I know personally couple veterans that drive them.  It is what they sacrificed earned people right to buy whatever they want

That quote...  

There was a time when veterans of your country would NEVER EVER consider a car made by ANY Japanese or German car maker...

How long does it take to heal wounds?  I know WW2 ended in 1945...   But to ease your conscience about it all, American money went on to rebuild Toyota and Mazda, Mercedes Benz and BMW.  

But there is another factor nobody considers in these conversations.

Japan and Germany make it very very very difficult, almost impossible for others to build factories in their countries. China forces others to partner up with Chinese companies.

Tesla pulled a miracle with Germany.  

Opel was GM property and GM had sensitive ties with Hitler...  

Maybe the US is too damned generous with their openness with foreign factories in their homeland?

But dont forget though, after WW2, the US was the ONLY one left standing with factories still standing and running and producing all kinds of stuff that the world consumed.  

Its like Ford, GM, Coca-Cola etc...benefited from all the one-sidedness and that spilled over to the American  people?    I guess that is the price we paid for with our  Rock-N-Roll and milkshakes and chrome and drive-in movie theatres in the 1950s and 1960s I guess...

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In other words...

Its only phoquing fair for GM, Ford. Coca-Cola, Apple, Timex to build factories all over the world for those people in those places to work, since all those phoquing people buy American goods...  And since 19phoquing45...

I have played two sides of the coin just now...

1st being that corporate culture in America has been an enemy to the American worker for awhile now.  And all corporations from all over the world, including the American ones, all have been brainwashing the American public with bullshyte messages.  And the American people have ceased to keep their eye on the ball...  

The other point,  as the world got more richer and on the same economical playing field as the US and Canada, world trade got inevitable and trade had to be equalized between the nations.  This is where we at.  Mexicans have bought Chebbies for a long phoquing time.  Its only fair for GM to build some factories there...   Problem is, the wage gap between the American worker and the Mexican worker is well... you know.    its not only American car companies that see an advantage of the Mexican worker labour costs.  BMW and Nissan and others have factories there...

Im rambling, I know...

So much to say.  Thing is, its not as clean cut and dry just to blame Wallstreet and GM and beancounters as to why American factories have left town.  Nixon with the opening of the West to China started it in the 1970s. Reagan with Global trade talks in the 1980s and well, we are here today.  But somewhere in between that, American society started hating on American manufacturing and started shytting on the American worker, service or production line worker, and we are where we are today...

In other words,  German cars for the German market are made in Germany and the Germans have pride in their worker and in their cars and only buy German cars. Ditto for the Japanese in Japan.  

In the US,  well, NONE of that exists....  Any of it...   

Its NOT just General Motors we gotta blame here...

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33 minutes ago, oldshurst442 said:

Opel was GM property and GM had sensitive ties with Hitler... 

You may care to define this statement further, but in the meantime; nope.

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17 minutes ago, balthazar said:

You may care to define this statement further, but in the meantime; nope.

  Im saying...that GM owned Opel when Hitler was voted in power. Hitler became a dictator and undoubtedly had many many "business" meetings with GM brass (Opel or Detroit brass)  about  cars...and about the upcoming war effort...

Italeri Kfz. 305 Opel Blitz in 1:35 (#216) Afrika Korps | iModeler

Sensitive ties to Hitler...   

And NOBODY could deny that. Well, one could deny it...

 

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Yes- GM bought Opel in '29. Hitler undoubtedly had meetings with those running the Opel plant in Germany. Of course, once 1939 happened, Nazi Germany took over the Opel plant entirely and converted it to their own wartime production desires, literally installing Party members to run the plant.

I've not seen any documentation that GM's Detroit execs ever talked with Nazi Germany after '39. They testified they had no working knowledge of the Opel factory's operations, production, income or even condition; there was zero word about it out of Germany. All war years' Opel income was reported as '0'. GMNA didn't regain physical control of the Opel plant until 1948; 3 years after the end of WWII.

Whom Hitler DID have extensive 'sensitive meetings' with was volkswagen, BMW and mercedes.

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^^^

Well...

The war started on Sept 1st 1939.

And there was a helluva lot of Opel  Blitz trucks doing the Blitzkrieg alongside and behind the Wehrmacht along the Poland landscape ON Sept 1st, 1939...

And those Opel Blitz trucks had military upgrades to them BEFORE Sept 1st, 1939...catch my drift...

And like you said...

1 hour ago, balthazar said:

Of course, once 1939 happened, Nazi Germany took over the Opel plant entirely and converted it to their own wartime production desires, literally installing Party members to run the plant.

I've not seen any documentation that GM's Detroit execs ever talked with Nazi Germany after '39

Either GM lost their ability to control those plants waaaaaay before 1939... or they collaborated with the Nazis....

1. If they were forced to give up their plants AFTER 1939...they collaborated with the Nazis as, like I said...ON Sept 1st 1939, those THOUSANDS of Blitz trucks were ready to go...

2. If GM lost control of their plants sometime between 1933 (Hitler's election) and 1937-38...then why didnt GM WARN the American government that Hitler was planning war?    OK...its not as if the UK, France, America etc...were caught by surprise...but I also know for a fact that GM did not mention ANYTHING then or now, that the Nazi party ILLEGALLY took over their Opel factories...   So much so...that Hitler was Time man of the year in 1938...  EDIT: (Stalin in 1939)   (I thought Hitler got that title in 1939 also...) 

Like I said...

Sensitive Hitler ties no matter how you wanna slice the conspiracy theories and the allegations and the realities of the political landscape  AFTER 1918 and into the 1930s heading for another World War...   

 

PS: To be honest...there was nothing left of the Opel factories after 1945. B17 and Lancaster bombing raids, I guess.   GM REBUILT those factories after 1948...  

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• I've read that 'Opel played nice' with the Nazi Party- they wanted to continue to stay in business. It was still independently run as an overseas subsidiary. I believe Opel lost control after 09.01.39, but research would confirm. This is an era when -Buick- would sell -Olds- raw materials by exchanging truckloads of goods for a literal check even tho they were in the same corporation a few towns apart.
• GM absolutely has stated then & now that the NP illegally took over their property- that's well documented via records and testimony. Not sure where you heard otherwise.
• Time magazine has nothing to do with GM, but it may be a significant portrait of the general state of knowledge in 1938.
 

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Back on topic, how about the 2020 TRD Pro?   I like the shade of green and how the model name is embossed on the rear fenders rather than a decal... I like the front end, simple and relative clean, not as busy and overwrought as many trucks are today. 

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  • I heard things by folks who were alive then.  No longer alive now. 
  • Well documented could very well mean well doctored too.  Revised history is a very real thing.  We will never know the truth about that.  Allegations are just that. Allegations.  
  • You are right, Time magazine has NOTHING to do with GM.  The general state of knowledge then was to turn a blind eye to Nazi Germany, so you are right again that it does paint a significant portrait of the general state in 1938. So much so, that America ignored Nazi Germany up until 1941. And it took the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour to kick things into motion...officially.   Because unofficially, America contributed to the war effort. And...Hitler had declared war on America before 1941 I believe...
  • I could post links that share my point of view on this, but its just allegations, conspiracy theories and opinions at this point in time.  And in reality...WHO CARES???!!!  The war ened. The "good" side one.  (And "good" is definitely in quotation marks as even on our side,  we kinda fueled what was to be Mein Kampf and the evil to follow. Including the Anti-Semitism that came out of that election in Germany in 1933) 
  • And...Im a HUGE fan and believer of General Motors. Then and now.  I understand that business is business sometimes.  And when hostile environments exist where you do business, you do whatever it takes to survive...  I aint judging.  
  • But by that statement, We got another one of them sticky situations in China as we speak.  Trump's administration ordered the Chinese consulate closed in Houston with very serious allegations as to why that place should be closed down....  In retaliation, China did the same in Wuhan? for the American diplomatic office. The South China seas are a hot spot for US warships, Chinese war ships...   GM is doing business in China hands over fists and is heavily partnered with a  (several?) Chinese car manufacturers and suppliers...   If anything was to come out of this with bloodshed...what are we going to say then about GM?    Food for thought....
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1 hour ago, Robert Hall said:

Back on topic, how about the 2020 TRD Pro?

Pretty boring and very 2010.

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