About Toyota Pickup
The Toyota Pickup was produced and marketed in America between 1972 and 1995. Most Toyota Pickup trucks are sold with a chassis or cab, although a variety of body styles are available. It belonged to the upper-mid segment of the compact car market and was aimed at young buyers who valued sporty performance but also needed reliable handling. The ability to take on almost any challenge. And the intelligence to find new ways to solve problems.
Originally offered as an option for North American markets, The 2.25-meter version has been available worldwide since April 1969. It was given the chassis name "RN25". In 1975, Toyota Pickup was significantly redesigned, becoming larger and getting more standard parts. The new version also meant the introduction of the more powerful 20R engine and the SR5 package with more power.
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In August 1978, the redesigned Pickup was introduced. The new model was similar in size to its predecessor but with wider front and rear wheels. Another change was that parts like the front suspension were changed from coil springs to torsion springs, but the suspension remained double wishbone.
The appearance of the Pickup was modified with the addition of rounded headlights and a less bulky body in 1981. A new RF1A all-wheel drive transmission was used. A special feature of it was that it could be downshifted in the low range using what is known as a double or triple shift. This helped reduce the overall ratio. This was the first Toyota Pickup with parts like an automatic gearbox offered in this market. The trucks manufactured in North America have over 80 years of tradition and are your trusted companions.