Husky Bolsters Tacoma’s Convenience
The rich auto heritage of Toyota is attributed to the success and evolution of its splendid vehicles. The Toyota Tacoma, for one, has been evolving with changes and modern demands for 40 years now. This remarkable evolution is bolstered by its sophisticated auto parts that have gained reliable reputation. One of the significant ventures of the automaker is that with Husky Liners.
Husky Liners, based in Winfield, Kansas, is a renowned name in the field of automotive care. Earlier, it has introduced its SPiN system (Sta-Put Nibs) for Toyota Tacoma Access Cab. The system is responsible for the holding the liners tightly in place to make the ride comfy and convenient. The available liners of the cab include the front seat floor liner, back seat floor liner and the new second seat cargo liner. Husky engineered its liners to produce non-slip feature. Further, Husky guarantees that these liners are not susceptible to cracking or breaking. They are made out of tough materials to maximize functionality
The SPiN system of Husky is also compatible with Hummer vehicles. The company also released Husky trunk liners Nissan Altima to the delight of car owners. Husky has also established a good name in the manufacture of custom molded mud guards. These guards are meticulously created to maintain cleanliness of the car’s interior by precluding mud, tar, rock chips, liquids and other foreign objects.
Husky noted that employing all-new liners, mud guards and flaps is one of the most inexpensive ways to keep vehicles look great and spotless. These products are easy to install. They are engineered to match the looks and contours of the vehicles. There are selected products that can be painted to entertain the artsy side of the owner.
The Toyota Tacoma, which is now made bigger and more versatile, epitomizes bold looks and rugged performance to meet the needs of “real truckers.” For the model year 2007, the Toyota Tacoma is given larger seats to enhance interior comfort, redesigned audio head units and new chrome trim. The new model also offers “walk-in" memory” so drivers can now opt to disengage the Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) system on equipped models.
All-new Toyota Tacoma offers 18 different model configurations based on three cab types: Regular Cab, Access Cab, and the four-door Double Cab. The Toyota Tacoma Regular Cab and Access Cab models feature a 73.5-inch-long bed. The Double Cab is available with a choice of a 60.3-inch bed or the 73.5-inch bed.
Another powerful offer of the new the Toyota Tacoma is its powerful engine. The vehicle offers four-cylinder and V6 engines, 4x2 and 4x4 drivetrains, and the popular PreRunner models that combine the 4x2 drivetrain with the 4x4's raised riding stance and styling. The exceptional X-Runner model complements the concept-truck design with sports car performance.
The eight generation of the Toyota Tacoma compact pickups is assembled at the New United Motor Manufacturing, Inc. (NUMMI) production facility in Fremont, California and Toyota Motor Manufacturing de Baja California (TMMBC) production facility in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico.
About the Author: Hannah Racey is a 35 year old native of Chicago, Ill. She has been a car afficionado since she can remember. She now works for an automotive company based in Detroit, Mi. as a consultant.