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Toyota Tundra, Truck
#174 of 838 Your buying experience with Toyota
Mar 26, 2006 (2:59 pm)
I am finally giving up on my 10 year old F-150 which has been a great truck. I have not been to a new car dealership to seriously buy in that many years. Once in a while I'll drop in to test drive different cars, but thats it. I am now interested in the Tundra but will only pay invoice at most minus the rebates. So far most of these joker dealers are trying to get from 500 to 2000 over invoice. Look its still a truck and like any vehicle will have problems. I am not drinking the toyota kool aid and if the sobs don't give me a fair price they can stick it where the sun don't shine. get my drift? what has been your experience dealing with these money mongers and what success have you had. tia.
#175 of 838 Re: Am I being unreasonable? [shadingding1]
Mar 31, 2006 (6:53 pm)
my price came down to $28000 for a double cab. is this what your getting?
Apr 18, 2006 (10:08 pm)
Just bought this Toyota Tundra 4x2 Access Cab SR5 V6 5-Speed Auto, Salsa red color with gray interior MSRP:$24,704
Paid $20767 + Tax and Licensce
is this good price? I beilive invoice was $22767 so i guess got it 500 under invoice including rebate.
#177 of 838 Re: Am I being unreasonable? [twucksr4girls]
May 20, 2006 (4:14 am)
I am going to sign the papers later today...
2006 Tundra DC SR5, only options are keyless entry, floor mats, aluminum wheel upgrade, tint and sealant package.
I had test driven and almost bought a 2004 LTD with 34,000 miles for 23,988, so the NEW 2006 seemed like a decent deal.
#178 of 838 Tundra Rebate/Cash Back Offers for Jan 2006
Jun 01, 2006 (9:10 am)
Anyone know what the Tundra, DoubleCab Rebate offer was in January 2006 (Southeast Toyota region)?
#179 of 838 Alabama Toyota
Jun 11, 2006 (11:05 am)
We got a Toyota Tundra Double Cab Limited
Leather/upgraded sound system/sunroof/limited slip differential/tow package and some other stuff (put chrome runnerboards on at dealer for $430) for $31,000 (all taxes/tags included) with the 1.9% financing included in that price. We traded in our 2004 Camry and got a good value for it...so it made the deal worth it...we love it and plan to tow a tt with it. Looking for what others can safely tow with theirs...thanks!
#180 of 838 Re: Alabama Toyota [ma23peas]
Jun 29, 2006 (9:46 am)
Is this 4x4 or 4x2? Do you remember what the MSRP was?
#181 of 838 PRICE PAID SR5 ACCESS CAB
Jul 17, 2006 (9:05 am)
I went with my brother last Friday to help purchase the V8 2WD version of the above truck. The MSRP was $27,154 he paid $20,988+T&L with a $2000 rebate.
#183 of 838 Re: PRICE PAID SR5 ACCESS CAB [willsim]
Aug 05, 2006 (4:21 pm)
Picked up a 2006 TRD Dual Cab Tundra.
The sticker was $33,294.00.....paid $30,130.00 + minus my trade.