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#36 of 45 9/5/07-10/1/07 offers in NH
Sep 06, 2007 (10:43 am)
Single cab and Double Cab
3000 Customer Cash or 0.0 for 36, 0.0 for 48, 1.9 for 60
1000 customer cash or same APR financing
#37 of 45 Help buying a Tundra
Dec 14, 2007 (10:09 am)
I need some advise!!!!! I want to buy a Tundra soooooooooo bad but can't afford anything near new. Been looking on Ebay and see many that I like but even these are alittle more than what I think I can afford. I've seen others in the 2001 and on model year that have 100,000 miles plus on them but am not sure about them because of the mileage.
My questions are:
1. How safe is buying from Ebay?
2. Should I stay away from the higher mileage Tundras?
3. Are there certain years of Tundras that are better than others?
4. Any advise or suggestions would really be appreciated.
Thanks for any and all replies.
#38 of 45 tundra launch/ avaiable models
Dec 16, 2007 (7:32 am)
go to toyota .comfor models my wife works for SET , production manger says shortbed reg. cab,5.7, 2x4,or4x4 is avaiable in all areas. 08 's are already in port & being shiped to the dealers for launch end of jan. 1st of feb
#39 of 45 Limited Slip on '08 models and '05-'07 as option
Jan 01, 2008 (3:03 pm)
As the '08 models all have limited slip differential as a standard feature, can someone explain the operation of LSD vs. 4x4 operation?
In particular on the '05 model, as I understand it, LSD is available when in 2WD. Now when you switch off LSD and then select 4WD, do you now have 2 open differentials (1 in front and 1 in the rear) without LSD? Which is like saying you have
1 wheel w/ traction in front and 1 wheel w/ traction in the rear under slippery conditions.
Along these lines, why do you think edmonds tmv pricing discounts by -$431 the added option of LSD on a 4x4 '05 model? Is there some disadvantage to LSD on a 4x4 model when configured as an option like on an '05 model?
Thanks in advance.
#40 of 45 Texas editon or TRD
Feb 26, 2008 (6:00 pm)
I'm looking to buy a new Tundra. Just wondering what's the different between Texas edition and TRD. My co-worker told that TRD is a better buy than Texas edition. Could you give me some info on this? Thanks...
#41 of 45 2008 Tundra Grade vs SR5 vs Limited?
Jan 13, 2008 (9:09 pm)
#42 of 45 2008 Tundra Grade vs SR5 vs Limited?
Dec 27, 2007 (10:28 am)
With all the combo's the Tundra's have for 2008, I was wondering what the major differences were between all the packages of features. Limited vs SR5 seem more obvious, but for the extra $$$, what do you get between the Tundra Grade vs the SR5? Even the Tundra brochures dont really help. Thanks!
#43 of 45 Re: 2008 Tundra Grade vs SR5 vs Limited? [sircharles3]
Jan 13, 2008 (9:09 pm)
I just purchased 08 tundra grade and I wish I had waited to get SR5 model like I have had in the past but hard to find not loaded up.
SR5 has privacy rear glass, sliding rear window, 6 CD changer, bucket seats with driver side power, tow package, tilt/telescope wheel, fog lights,
power heated side mirrors, chrome grill, mud flaps, I'm missing some I'm sure.
MSRP is not that much higher and lot of options. If you opt for 4.7 SR5 vs 5.7 grade its about 1k more for the SR5.
#44 of 45 Toyota Tundra Rawlings Package?
Sep 26, 2007 (3:20 pm)
#45 of 45 ???Toyota Tundra Rawlings Package???
Sep 25, 2007 (5:57 pm)
Has anyone ever heard of such a thing? I was in the process of buying this truck, I returned it after learning it was not a toyota package. They originally told me it was a limited edition package for 2007. I called around and nobody had heard of it. I would still like to give the Toyota a try however, I am a bit worried. Thanks in advance for any input!!!!