Toyota's compact pickup was sold under the simple and direct name of "Pickup" in the US. When redesigned in 1995 it earned an actual name of Tacoma. The Tacoma was specifically designed for the US market. The Tacoma has earned a reliable reputation and become something of a last man standing in the compact pickup market as the popularity of compact pickups has decreased over the years. Its main competitors like the Dakota, Colorado, Ranger, and Frontier have all either been discontinued or have dropped significantly in sales. Toyota Tacoma parts have included a range of different body configurations and drive trains with four and six cylinder engines, manual and automatic transmissions, and two and four wheel drive.