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#720 of 838 Re: 2008 or 2009 Tundra SR5 4x4 [cjaspy]
May 26, 2009 (12:32 pm)
I was getting my truck serviced at Toyota of Lewisville this past Saturday,one of the largest toyota dealers in Texas. I think there was 1 2008 Toyota Tundra on the lot and it was not a 4x4. Maybe 2 2009 Tundras and they also were not 4x4's. I thnk they had 5 2010's.
If you can find one I think you might want to snatch it up if the price is right.
#721 of 838 Re: 2008 or 2009 Tundra SR5 4x4 [cjaspy]
May 27, 2009 (5:40 am)
Go find yourself a 2008, there are plenty of them on lots around the country. See post # 703 regarding pricing. You can definitely get what you want if you take the time to find the vehicles. I suggest autotrader in that regard, followed by searching on the identified dealers' websites to confirm inventory.
#722 of 838 2010 Toyota Tundra 4WD Truck 4WD Double Cab Standard Bed 5.7L FFV V8 Grade
Jun 12, 2009 (6:29 am)
I am looking at this Tundra at a dealership in WI (they just sold their last 2008 and have no 2009 in stock)
Engine: 5.7L 8 cyl
Model Code: 8331
Stock Number: 9901
Body Style: Crew Pickup
Exterior: Spruce Mica
I received a quote for a 09 Silverado with the same MSRP for 28.7k. Any chance of getting the Toyota for about that or am I dreaming?
#723 of 838 Re: 2010 Toyota Tundra 4WD Truck 4WD Double Cab Standard Bed 5.7L FFV V8 Grade [wisconsinmom]
Jun 12, 2009 (6:39 am)
Yes, they should do the deal. I would act quick. Some one said to go online and look at auto trader and the dealers website, but the best thing to do is go down and scout it out first hand. Those websites are NOT updated. I don't think we have any 08's in Dallas. Good Luck. I bought my 08 4x4 Double Cab last month and LOVE it. I bought the last 08 NEW 4x4 on the lot at one of the largest if not the largest toyota dealership in the Dallas Area. ... I also looked at the Silverado's and Ram's but they actually cost MORE. so I went with the Tundra and I am HAPPY.
#724 of 838 Re: Toyota not trying as hard to move vehicles? [ocautoseeker]
Jun 16, 2009 (10:44 pm)
tell me what the best price for this vehicle is
#725 of 838 is this a good price for 2010 db 4wd 5.7
Jun 30, 2009 (2:33 pm)
list price: 36,822
my dis. price 34,915
it has offroad pkg 3,110
am/fm/mp3 cd 510
cold weather pkg 160
pwr. htd. outside mirrors 30
cloth buckets w/power 605
sliding rear window 345
protection pkg 495
spray in bedliner 599
carpet floor mats w/door sill protector 178
invoice is 32,139, the salesman says he paid 33,869 including bedliner. i offered 33,500 he said that was below what he paid for it. not sure if he's giving me a line or what. thanks for any info.
#726 of 838 off road package
Jul 14, 2009 (6:59 pm)
for those who have purchased 2010's with package "OF" - the offroad package, have you noticed the upgraded suspension and shocks helping to smooth out the "bouncy ride" that many Tundra reviews mention? If so, would no doubt be worth the $$.
#727 of 838 Re: off road package [wyoreb]
Jul 15, 2009 (10:23 am)
From my experience, I got an '08 dbl cab 4X4 with the TRD off-road package and it rides noticeably more stiff and jittery than my buddy's '07 dbl cab 4X4 without it. The saving grace is the really comfy cloth buckets...especially the driver's power one, but the wife still prefers long trips in the Tundra over our Highlander which we always thought was a pretty nice ride.
Jul 21, 2009 (11:08 am)
I have my eye on a 2006 Tundra SR5 Double Cab V8. It has 34,094 miles on it and their asking price is $18,495, out the door. On top of that, the dealership said I would have to pay Sales Tax and Licensing at the tag agency for $697 (based on that asking price). How much do you think I can talk this down to?
#729 of 838 Re: 2008 or 2009 Tundra SR5 4x4 [indiomonk]
Aug 01, 2009 (3:55 pm)
the reason your having a hard time finding a tundra 4x4 is because all (or at least most) of the tundras in the southern states are 2x4. why? because it doesn't snow in texas, therefore a 4x4 isn't necessary. if you want to haul your horse trailer in texas, even on dirt or tall grass, a 4x4 wouldn't be necessary.