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#831 of 836 press request
by kirstie_h HOST
Feb 04, 2013 (3:29 pm)
Did you buy a pickup truck recently? A reporter is looking to speak with recent truck buyers and how they made their decisions: Which brands did they consider? What did they trade in? And would they consider a different brand in the future? If you'd like to help the reporter with this story, please contact predmunds.com by no later than February 5, 2013.
#832 of 836 Re: press request [kirstie_h]
Feb 04, 2013 (4:04 pm)
I contacted no less than 3 Toyota dealerships AFTER they quoted me, via e-mail, their price on a Toyota Tundra 4Wd extended cab LTD series truck. NONE of them would send me, via e-mail, their quoted price along with the taxes and destination fees. In other words their quotes were BOGUS and they knew they were NOT going to sell me that truck at that quoted price.
What was I suppose to do (other than walk away) threaten them with civil litigation? Why bother? I'm sure there are reputable dealers that will stand behind their quoted prices and will put it in writing but I personally found NONE with a Toyota dealer.
#833 of 836 2013 Tundra DC Lease
Mar 21, 2013 (4:43 pm)
I just leased a 2013 Toyota Tundra for 36 months, Double Cab, 4.6, Texas Edition, tow package, convenience package and bed liner with 15k miles/year for $379 month with $1000 down. Does this seem like a fair deal?
#834 of 836 Re: 2013 Tundra DC Lease [hilltop5]
Mar 22, 2013 (4:55 am)
I can't say for sure but I read where as more than 35% of today's car loans (an all time high) are 60 months or more. Average payment is less than the benchmark $500 amount.
#835 of 836 Re: 2013 Tundra DC Lease [hilltop5]
Apr 05, 2013 (6:32 am)
I think you did good. I just did a 36/36000 lease (didn't need the 15k/yr) on a Double Cab, 5.7 4x4 with everything you have but the Texas Edition. $2000 cash out of pocket for $334 month. At 84 month purchase loan we'd be paying close to or over $500/month and have a 7yr old truck at the end of it. Leasing depends on your particular situation and it works for me. (and you too, because we can't back out of it..LOL)