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#118 of 838 Re: Here's what I paid... for 2 trucks. [heypeace]
Jul 10, 2005 (2:04 pm)
This message continues the discussion of the pricing of my 2 Tundras from June 26, 2005.
It looks like I paid too much, about $24,500 OTD, for the 2002 Tundra V8 SR5 access cab with cloth seats. After discovering this board a couple of months ago, I compare what I paid then to what others have paid now and I think I should have paid only $21,500 or $22,000 at most OTD price for that truck. Oh well, being ripp off $3,000 to $6,000 from the dealer is the usual.
And I think I also overpaid for the 2004 Tundra Double Cab Limited $30,200 OTD with tax. It came with Leather, TRD, towing. Looking at what others have paid, the price I should have probably paid should be $27,500 OTD.
This is why I hate going to buy new vehicles at the dealers. We will never know their bottom line price.
I guess we should keep in mind to take $7,500 off msrp instead of the usual $5,000 off msrp. They are marking up their prices like ford and hope to make some easy money.
Good luck on buying your new Toyota truck.
#121 of 838 Need help: Acess cab in DFW area pricing
Jul 18, 2005 (8:50 am)
I am looking forward to purchase a Tundra Acess Cab V8 with some +/- options(very flexible) in the Dallas/Fortworth Area. Does anyone have any recommendation on good dealerships out there? The truck I am looking at has an invoice price around $23,000. I know there's a $1500 rebate going on right now. The big question is can I get this truck at below invoice($500 to $1000) and get to keep my rebate? I am looking torwards to buy at the end of this month. Any help or opinion is appreciated.
Jul 19, 2005 (11:35 am)
Just bought a new X-SP Sport Package 2 . MRSP $31,327 Paid $28,300 OTD 7% sales tax.
What do you guys think of this deal?
#123 of 838 Great Price & Buying Experience - Tundra
Jul 19, 2005 (2:58 pm)
We had the most amazing buying experience at Antioch Toyota in Antioch, California. We paid $28,116 for a fully loaded, 4x4 2005 Tundra (new). The MSRP was $32,550 and invoice was $29,301 (per Edmunds). Sue Runge was a fabulous, honest and fun salesperson. Tatiana in the finance dept., was amazing as well!
This vehicle has the following options: AA CC LD KE JZ JC LF CK PG FE with a towing package. We were in and out within an hour!
#124 of 838 Re: Great Price & Buying Experience - Tundra [marie6]
Jul 19, 2005 (4:35 pm)
If you don't mind, can you post how much the truck cost before ttl. I can almost figure out how much you paid for the truck since tll is about 10% here in CA. Just curious did you have to pay for any advertisment or junk fees. What rebate is currently availabe? $2000? Thank you for posting your sales.
#125 of 838 Re: Great Price & Buying Experience - Tundra [miata007]
Jul 19, 2005 (6:46 pm)
We paid $28,116 after $1,500 rebate. We did not pay for any fees including advertising. This price was $2,500 lower than the next best price offered. We had four price quotes in total. The 'other' dealership in Walnut Creek still cannot understand how we were offered that price for the same vehicle. I was pleased with the entire experience. Absolutely no pressure.With the current rebates, the Tundra can be more attractive in price than the Tacoma.
#126 of 838 Re: Great Price & Buying Experience - Tundra [marie6]
Jul 20, 2005 (9:49 am)
Thanks for your info. Looks like you paid about $300 over invoice before the rebate. I am currently looking for the same truck as well. Looks like I am going have to wait til end of year for some major discounts. By the way, anyone know when the complete re-design of the Tundra is going to be out? I heard rumors that is going to be full size that's all.
#127 of 838 Re: Deal on XSP [xsp_owner]
Jul 20, 2005 (1:57 pm)
Awesome.. Congrats!!! Just out of curiosity, was $28,300 including tax, tags, title?
Also, what does the X-SP 2 package have differently than the X-SP 1 package?