Since the Toyota Tacoma has been around for 25 years, let's take a look at the first model, 

The Hilux, which stood for High Luxury, was an extremely popular and now cult beloved vehicle until the Toyota 

 In comparison to the Hilux, the Tacoma had superior engineering and outperformed 

 Toyota is known for its superior engineering.

However, the Hilux was tougher and could carry more weight.

However, the Tacoma was created especially for the US and Canadian markets

since many people on this side of the globe used pickup trucks as more than simply a workhorse

As a result, the Toyota Tacoma, a Japanese-built truck, joined the Ford F-Series,

Chevy Silverado, and RAM pickups as American-made vehicles. The 2020 Tacoma was a hit as usual.

In the 1960s, Toyota's first trucks began to seep into the US; the Stout being the first.

Even though it wasn't very successful, Toyota didn't quit up. Instead, Toyota switched to the Hilux in the late 1960s

which was an instant hit and came to be known simply as the Toyota pickup.

When the Hilux debuted in 1968, its 1.5-liter inline-four cylinder engine produced 76 horsepower.

Although it sounds feeble or even stupid, this was the norm for vehicles in the 1960s.