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Its scope includes, but is not limited to, several neutral (JT, Collada, IFC), kernel (ACIS, Parasolid), and native (Siemens NX, CATIA, SOLIDWORKS) formats, that are not initially supported by the package itself. For the full list of supported formats and their versions, please refer to

FULL Rhino 3D 4.0 SR5 Ultimate


Like the white rhino, the Toyota 4Runner is an endangered species. It's one of the last SUVs left with body-on-frame construction and a traditional outdoor work ethic. If you're looking for a vehicle with true off-road capability and all the rugged hardware that makes it possible, the 2012 Toyota 4Runner is here for you.

In terms of off-road gear, every 4Runner loads up with a specialized traction-control system, hill-hold and hill-descent control and a full-size spare tire. Depending on the trim, there are two types of four-wheel drive (available with low-range gearing, locking center and/or locking rear differentials), two suspension options (one of which can disconnect the front and rear stabilizer bars for greater wheel articulation over rough terrain) and specialized tires.

The 2012 Toyota 4Runner comes standard with a 4.0-liter V6 engine that produces 270 hp and 278 pound-feet of torque. A five-speed automatic is the only available transmission. The SR5 and Limited trims' 4WD systems differ in that the SR5 uses part-time dual-range and the Limited utilizes a full-time system with a lockable center differential. The Trail comes only with part-time dual-range 4WD but with a locking rear differential and selectable electronic terrain-sensitive systems. Regardless of model or trim, the 4Runner's towing capacity is rated at 5,000 pounds.

Standard 4Runner safety features include antilock disc brakes, stability and traction control, active front head restraints, front knee airbags, front-seat side airbags and full-length, roll-sensing side curtain airbags. For 2012, the Limited comes with Safety Connect, Toyota's emergency assistance (stolen-vehicle locator, roadside assistance and automatic collision notification) system.

Standard features on the 4Runner SR5 include 17-inch alloy wheels, skid plates, hill-start assist and hill-descent control, heated mirrors, foglights, air-conditioning with rear ventilation, cruise control, full power accessories, a power rear window, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, a trip computer, Bluetooth (with audio streaming) and an eight-speaker sound system with a CD player, satellite radio, an auxiliary audio jack and a USB/iPod interface.

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The old Tundra was pretty much tech-free, but this next-generation full-size truck has an available 12.3-inch reconfigurable gauge cluster and an optional 14-inch touchscreen housing an all-new infotainment system. It's a major upgrade with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, pinch-to-zoom capability and natural speech recognition.

On the tech front you can get everything you could possibly want and then more. A 12-inch infotainment screen, head-up display, digital rearview mirror -- it's all possible. Driver's aids are here too, with full-speed adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring that covers the length of a trailer and a 360-degree camera. The price is pretty luxe as well: The Ram 1500 Limited 10th Anniversary Edition costs $61,870 after a $1,695 destination charge.

The new kid on the block gets our pick for the best full-size off-road truck. The Ram TRX has a 6.2-liter supercharged Hellcat V8 stuffed under the hood for 702 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque. That's Baja 1000 trophy truck kind of power, people. It's also getting into some trophy pricing: $77,575 including $1,795 for delivery.

The Rivian is also flush with storage space. A gear tunnel behind the rear seats has enough room for recovery gear and overnight bags. The frunk is almost as big and the bed is 54 inches long. Sure, it's shorter than your standard full-size truck, but not too shabby.

We researched the current crop of full-size and mid-size pickups using two credible sources to estimate their trustworthiness. We analysed information gathered by J.D. Power & Associates and ratings provided by the trusted consumer advocacy group Consumer Reports.

Despite receiving a high score in most categories, the current generation Ram 1500 full-size pickup is predicted to have below-average reliability, earning it a 2 out of 5 from Consumer Reports. We believe these ratings apply only to the 2019 Ram 1500 "Classic," the truck's predecessor that is still on sale despite the 2019 redesign; durability data has not yet been provided. It received a 1 for the 2016 model year. The power plants, automobile electronics, and temperature control systems of some earlier instances were poorly reviewed. The 2016 Ram 1500 had an average score of 3 from J.D. Power for its powertrain and an average score of 2 from the same source for its body/interior and features/accessories.

The new truck is based on the same chassis as the Pilot SUV and the Odyssey minivan, therefore the late models were similarly underpowered compared to full-size pickups. You may have to deal with a drooping rear suspension and various engine or transmission troubles if you've been particularly hard on your older Ridgeline (specifically a model from 2006 to 2008). Be wary of rust if you plan on driving it in colder locations; because the bed is built into the rest of the vehicle, fixing any rust damage will need expensive sheet metal work.

Nissan's Titan, a full-size pickup truck introduced in 2004, has not been as successful as other full-size pickup vehicles. Not that the Titan is a horrible truck, but it doesn't stand out from the crowd way the F-150 and Silverado do.

Even though no particular mechanical problems are mentioned, Consumer Reports expects the full-size Nissan Titan will have below-average reliability (a score of 1). However, C.R. is vague on the topic, and the Titan is rated rather well overall. The 2017 model's engine cooling, climate control, and body integrity received the lowest scores for reliability. As such, J.D. Power's 2019 Dependability Study does not include a rating for the Titan.

Prior till recently, the Nissan Titan was widely considered to be one of the most antiquated full-size pickup trucks on the market, a distinction still held by the Titan's smaller sibling, the Nissan Frontier. Titan had a number of reliability concerns when it was still new, between 2004 and 2006. The most typical one included leaking rear axle seals. Things are interconnected, and if Titan loses enough differential oil, the entire rear end will break. Naturally, Nissan never issued a recall for the defective pickups and instead allowed the problem to be fixed on its own.

The Toyota Tacoma has dominated the midsize pickup truck market for almost two decades. The Tacoma has proven to be just about as much vehicle as anyone needs due to its convenient size, near full-size capability, and rock-solid dependability.

Numerous engine problems have been reported in the F-150. The rear window rather than the engine was the most frequent source of trouble. Numerous Ram owners have complained about corrosion problems. It's vital to discuss the difficulties of moving up from second to first position. Consumer Reports rates the new Ram 1500 full-size pickup as having below-average reliability.

For 2017, Honda revived the Ridgeline, and it lives up to expectations. The jury is yet out on the latest Honda Ridgeline, but we have plenty of information on its predecessors. In colder climates, rust might be a problem, so take precautions. Vehicles with a lot of miles on them should be evaluated for things like axle damage and fluid leaks before purchase. According to Consumer Reports, the Nissan Titan full-size pickup isn't very reliable.

ORACLE Lighting rock lights come in a 4- or 8-piece kit that can come with Bluetooth and wireless controls. Each kit comes with its own Bluetooth control box that uses the free ORACLE ColorSHIFT app for ultimate customization. The ColorSHIFT app allows you to change the colors and patterns of your rock lights from a smartphone device.

One thing is for sure, as we approach the middle of the decade most of the models we recognize today will become hybridized and then fully-electric so the upcoming Tacoma may well be the most advanced yet in many ways. 350c69d7ab


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