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#813 of 838 2011 Tundra crewmax price
Jan 21, 2011 (6:18 pm)
I am thinking about purchasing a2011 crewmax 4x4 5.7L the price I got out the door is 32,735. This is the Tundra grade, has the Sr5 pacakage, cold weather kit, heated outside mirrors, carpet mats, sunroof stainless step boards, fog lamps, drls,am fm cd with xm radio, pwer seats, 18 inch Alloy wheels. Is this agood Deal
#814 of 838 2011 Tundra 2WD 5.7L DC 8F bed
Jan 24, 2011 (6:02 pm)
Is 26800.00 a good price for this truck? It also has a towing package. This price does not include, tax, tags. I'm trying to compare to ford f-10 and chevy....so far this apears to be the best buy, but wanted to check other opinions.
#815 of 838 Tundra 4x4 CrewMax Limited with options
Jan 26, 2011 (7:06 pm)
Help please....been a while since I have traded cars. I am looking at a 2011 Tundra 4x4 CrewMax 5.7 Limited with the memory package, sunroof, backup camera, 20" wheels, and the stainless brushed stepboard. It is stickered at 47, 185 msrp.
I have been quoted 38935 plus ttl. Thoughts? This seems below the CR 'bottom line' price. They let me walk and compare prices at another dealership and that dealer said they would match. The truck is white with the red rock interior.
#816 of 838 Re: Tundra 4x4 CrewMax Limited with options [gr8smiles]
Feb 11, 2011 (11:10 pm)
if you are not looking an further, can you please let me know the details of the dealership? thanks, abhay
#817 of 838 Used Tundra Buying Experience
Feb 12, 2011 (1:18 pm)
2008 Tundra Double Cab - Grade, 4.7L V8
28,000 miles - off lease
$20,775 including tax and title.
I'm coming from an '05 Scion Xb and 94 Toyota Xtracab so I'm still getting used to the size, power and MPGs. Love the smooth,quite ride and height. The 4.7 is fine for my needs...just a short commute to work, tooling around the burbs, dump runs..homowner stuff.
Tacoma would probably have been a better fit, but the Double Cab Long Bed resale and new value is just too high IMO. I also had a trade in without much leverage. Also read MPGs between the Tundra and Tacoma were not too far apart.
First tank - 350 miles driving 95% back roads and some highway. 13.5 MPG. Cold weather starts. I babied it after reading about hard starts. I also used the odometer reading to track mileage and avoided the 20% differential on the gas gauge on E. I was doing that on my Scion which had the same issue of the gas light coming on very early. MPG should improve once the weather in the NE warms up.
Keep on Truckin'......
Feb 26, 2011 (6:01 am)
A reporter is interested in talking with recent new truck buyers and current shoppers. If you are interested in commenting on your experience, please reply to predmunds.com no later than Monday, February 28, 2011 and include your name, city and state of residence.
#819 of 838 Re: Atlanta Area - Toyota Mall of Georgia [scseh]
Feb 26, 2011 (6:44 am)
Thanks for this information. Are there dealerships that you would NOT work with at this time in the metro Atlanta area?
#820 of 838 Looking to buy a 2011 Toyota Tundra CrewMax Limited in the Atlanta area
Feb 26, 2011 (6:50 am)
I am deciding on whether or not to purchase a Toyota Tundra CrewMax Limited with the upgraded options in the Atlanta area. My first inclination was to choose the Ford F-150 Lariat but I am seriously considering the Toyota Tundra CrewMax Limited.
What prices would be acceptable for this type of vehicle? Walk out price would be a good thing to know so that I can eliminate much time in my decision making.
#821 of 838 Got my Tundra not what I orded,but stuck with it.
Mar 09, 2011 (7:59 am)
For some reason dealers give you what they want,not what you want.
I was driving a dodge big horn hemi,which I traded a 2003 Tundra for it.I needed a bigger truck to tow a camper.I got a heck of a deal on a diesel ram,but wife would not drive it.They gave me 22K for the Toy and 10K off list.What a deal. I brought it back,and swap for the hemi.5 years later I got the title,then the trans burnt up,that was 3300 bucks.A week later the ball joints bad.Its going Iam getting a toyota,best mileage,best trade in value.
You think its simple choice,right?I go to one dealer no 4x4 other than base,no mags.My ram was loaded 20's premium wheels,up grade stereo.
The Tundra had bench seat ,power driver rear slide electric,tow package with brake controller installed . If it had mags I would have bought it.They were giving me 10.5 for the ram.They say get your own mags,no I want factory.They say you want the TSS,I say what's that everything you want and more.
I go to The next dealer,and say 4x4 TRD package.They say what you were getting for your trade.I show them the paper work where they show 10.5,on the TSS package,O you want the TSS.I say if it the TRD with 20's yes.
They get the truck,TSS is a stripped model with a fancy grill,and low rider 20's with 305's,that not 4x4 tires.No ele slide ,no brake controller,no camera,with a price of 38K.I never seen the invoice of these trucks.I take it home and Iam sick.Thes wheel are 2K ,and not for off road.I call still demanding TRD in 4x4,I don't know if they make a TRD in 4x4.They get me a DC with buckets,camera,ele slide predator step bars with 18's Michline tyres.N o off road tires.I say give my my ram back I will move on.They say pick one of the trucks you signed the contract.They are correct you don't have 5 days to bring it back.The attorney general said if you signed the paper work you got a truck. They did not give me the truck I asked for.Then they want 40 more in note,they say this truck is 1300 more than the other one.I say then why are you charging my 2400 instead of 1300.They give me some BS that since you dont
want 0% it comes to 40 more a note.I have a caculator that does intrest ,it comes to 13.40 more not 40.I get my way,but the 2 trucks have completly different trans and oil coolers.The low rider had the one you would think,stacked in front of the radiator.Mine are located by the engine and trans and are call reculating coolers.I can't get a answer just more BS from people who dont know their job.They even told me you can go 10K between oil changes.WoW these are salesman not wrenches.I say I can put a filter that keep the oil clean forever,can I use it.They sa no.
To top it off they call me and askd was I 100% satified coustmer.I said no not even close.
#822 of 838 Re: Got my Tundra not what I orded,but stuck with it. [dewey11]
Apr 20, 2011 (3:45 pm)
Did you communicate as clearly with them as you did here? I find that you need to treat them like a 14 year old, be respectful, not trust anything, and know what you want from them.
I had a friend that went in wired after they screwed him, and he got it on tape where they acnowledged it. Then they fixed the issue when a "call for action" reporter called.