Toyota Tacoma - Sales

Sales

Calendar Year US Sales
2000 147,295
2001 161,983
2002 151,960
2003 154,154
2004 152,933
2005 168,831
2006 178,351
2007 173,238
2008 144,655
2009
2010 106,198
2011 110,705

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