6. Toyota Tundra
After its introduction during the Olympics 1999, it was introduced to consumers in many countries in 2004, and in 2005 Toyota introduced Toyota Tundra. It received the third most well-received first-year mass market release and many of the best reviews in the industry.
In 2006 the Toyota 5 series debuted on the market with a total driving range of just over 300 km. The four most expensive models were the Honda V8 (200 km), Toyota Yaris (220 km) and Toyota Land Cruiser (260 km). Toyota has had some excellent success with its Yaris for all four of its model years since 1996. The first Toyota Yaris, the 2007 Toyota Camry, was also the first to have a factory-based production platform to date and also the
The last name is a reference to the Toyota Nismo, a modified Honda Civic-T on Toyota Prius model in which there was built an entry-level 2.4-litre four-cylinder engine, a six-speed manual transmission and a top speed of 125mph.