FWIW, I have a 2013 Chevrolet Avalanche that was built in Monterrey, Mexico. It is my understanding that GM builds a number of it’s SUV’s (Tahoes, Suburbans, etc.) there today. And when I look around the parking lots here in NorCal, these are the only domestic vehicles I see, and my bet is that it’s only because the foreign manufacturers don’t offer a competitive vehicle. Try towing an Airstream with a Toyota.
Whether there is an alternative or not is irrelevant to where they are made. These should be moved back to the US, else given a large import fee AND CLEARLY MARKED AS MADE IN MEXICO.
Not all Toyota’s are the same just as not all Cheviot are the same.
To be fair, your Avalanche was so good that GM discontinued it without a replacement not long after yours was made. Nobody was buying it.
I have a Toyota Tundra and it tows large loads no problem.