Why Does the Toyota Tacoma Hold Its Value so Well?

When people shop for used cars, the two factors they typically take into account are the age of the vehicle and the number of miles it has driven. From there, the price is usually established based on those two factors. Consumer Reports tells us that yes, this is generally the case.

But Jalopnik writer Tom McParland discovered an unusually expensive market for a very specific used car recently when searching for two used trucks.

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