Last post on Sep 19, 2007 at 11:35 AM
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#832 of 835 Re: Hesitation [ateixeira]
Sep 19, 2007 (11:06 am)
Same here, tell me where I can get a $7000 rebate and I'm in, and I don't even like trucks!
MSRP on loaded Crew Max $48,540. Sale price without rebate in San Diego $46,145. Discounted $2395. Normal interest 7.25%. Toyota offering 0.0% four years. Interest savings $5241. You add those two and you get a grand total savings of $7636. Very simple. Toyota is discounting the Tundra by OVER $7000 to unload them.....
You did ask! Send me a pic of you in your new Tundra...
#833 of 835 Re: Hesitation [gagrice]
Sep 19, 2007 (11:24 am)
If you don't want the 0.0% interest they will knock off another $2500.
#834 of 835 Re: Hesitation [gagrice]
Sep 19, 2007 (11:33 am)
If I buy the Tundra outright with cash then I am not getting that $5,241 right? Also, if I want to finance through more than 4 years I also don't get that $5,241 correct?
You can't assume 0% financing is the same as cash rebates. Also, dealer discount doesn't count either. We are talking about "manufacture rebate" here. Last I checked, those on the Tundra is about $3,000.
Let's compare apples to apples here and stick with the facts. All these spins is getting really old...
Sep 19, 2007 (11:35 am)
Absent a major new recall, let's put this one on the shelf for a little while and see if some moss grows on it or not.