TO THE EDITOR:
It looks like Toyota is going to miss the mark again (" 'World beater' Tundra hotly anticipated," autonews.com, Feb. 6). A hallmark of the big-truck market is variable power options. A one-size-fits-all 6-cylinder is great for the Tacoma midsize crowd, but most people buying a big truck, such as the Tundra, need large towing capacity like a turbodiesel or large-torque V-8.
I drive a Honda Ridgeline, which has more than lived up to expectations, and a Dodge Cummins that has unbelievable torque and great mileage. If only it had Toyota reliability. I would love to see Toyota or Honda build a powerhouse pickup. That, I believe, people would pay up for.
TERRY GARVIN, Delhi, Ohio