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Question: difference between two TRD Off-Road package option codes (Double Cab)

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by trot, Jan 16, 2011.

  1. Jan 16, 2011 at 9:49 AM
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    One TRD package for the double cab is

    "TRD Off-Road Extra Value Package:-OCAT ($2870.00)"

    The other for the double cab is:

    "TRD Off-Road Extra Value Package:-OBCT ($3035.00)"


    Sadly, the first one provides the complete list of what it includes on the Toytoa site. However, the second, more expensive one does not provide any details. Since the cost isn't that different, I'm sure it's not a significant difference.

    I've searched and not found anything. Anyone know? Thanks.
     
  2. Jan 16, 2011 at 9:57 AM
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    Where are you located?

    I ask because that package price is not listed when I go to the Toyota site entering an Ohio zip code.

    When I was researching for my Taco, my availability of info was very different than owners in other parts of the country.

    Maybe owners from your area can shed light on the package options.
     
  3. Jan 16, 2011 at 9:57 AM
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    One has the JBL audio, the other one doesn't.
     
  4. Jan 16, 2011 at 10:01 AM
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    I am located in the SE US. That's the region that shows up on the dealer network.

    The JBL Option as part of the TRD Off-Road package has a different code (OFBT) and lists for more at $4150.00.

    Thanks for the replies. I'm still looking for what OBCT includes. The site is frustrating since some of the "packages" (including this one) have a pop out box with the name and price but no details.
     
  5. Jan 16, 2011 at 10:02 AM
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    Ben, the JBL cost (with the included bluetooth) is around 700 bucks.

    My truck is an OR DC with JBL, and my package price was $4500. The next package down the line was $3800.

    Something else is going on with his package numbers. But I can't tell you what it is :eek:

    Great sig, by the way. I had seen it before but didn't know it was yours.
     
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    I seem to remember someone else having a similar issue with the site and it turned out that they were actually Tundra packages. Could be the same thing here....web site error?
     
  7. Jan 16, 2011 at 10:16 AM
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    That would be me :eek:

    But everyone's opinion led me to believe it was a midwest region problem.

    Maybe not...
     
  8. Jan 16, 2011 at 10:21 AM
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  9. Jan 16, 2011 at 10:24 AM
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    The packages with those prices only come up on the site after selecting the Tacoma Double Cab with TRD Off Road.

    The lower priced package is listed first in the list. You check it and view inventory and get what amounts to an online window sticker once you pick a specific truck. The "OCAT" package has a nice bullet list that matches the printed material.

    If you do the same and get down to a specific truck with the slightly more expensive "OBCT" (second Off-Road Extra Value package in the main list where you first start) you will eventually get to another window sticker-like page, you can even click the OBCT item for a pop out window, but it is empty (and the bullet list is not on the main specific vehicle page either).

    I know it's probably just an extra doo-dad (technical term there) but it's bugging me.

    I also checked the online window stickers for the Double Cab TRD Off-Road Extra Value package with the TX appearance deal added. In both cases of finding a TX vehicle, they both had the second, more expensive TRD Off Road (no details there either).

    I've asked the dealer. They've not found anyone there who knows yet. I'm sure they will eventually :)
     
  10. Jan 16, 2011 at 10:26 AM
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    Trot, I did a google on those packages and it may be an OR without a tow package.

    It said they changed some coding and made the tow package stand alone.

    I'll dig a little more and see what I find. The info was dated 2007 but it may still apply.

    We'll see...
     
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    Right. I thought of that but in each case (based on my preferences) all the vehicle details included V6 Tow Package Option (TOBT at $650.00) as well as the more-expensive TRD Off-Road (OCBT at $3035).

    So if that is a mistake in Toyota's option codes, you would have people being charged twice for the same option, provided TOBT and OCBT were listed on the same sticker.

    I still think that could be it since both codes end in BT. They just shouldn't both be on the same sticker :)
     
  12. Jan 16, 2011 at 10:37 AM
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    The only difference between the two packages are the wheels and tires. According to the site, you get 275/65R/18s. However, when clicked on, the option isn't able to be selected. Whomever said this particular option is for the Tundra is probably correct.
     
  13. Jan 16, 2011 at 11:02 AM
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    OCAT (less expensive) "Alloy Wheels with P265/70R16 BF GoodrichTires" comes up under the option code list of options.

    The problem is that OCBT shows up but you can't get it to show you the specific list of what that contains like all the other listed codes.

    I even tried it on an in stock 2011 on my local dealer's site, suspecting that a complete list would be there. It wasn't.

    The Tundra TRD Off-Road Extra value code I found was "OFBT" and is $3,110.
     
  14. Jan 16, 2011 at 2:13 PM
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    JBL system with sub woofer in back, satellite radio, etc. over the more basic Off Road TRD without the fancy stereo?
     
  15. Jan 17, 2011 at 6:52 PM
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    I found the "answer" at least for me and in my geographic region. It has more to do with how you use the "build your toyota" feature than anything else.

    If you go through the logical steps, step by step, at least in Firefox, the features that are supposed to be grayed out aren't and there are two of some options (2 V6 tow package options, but only one works depending on what else you select, etc, etc,) Yesterday, when I was doing this, after selecting 4WD Double Cab V6 Automatic, there were TWO boxes for the "Off-Road Extra Value Package" (see both option codes in my original post). Now, I can't repeat the error. Now, unlike yesterday, all the scheduled deliveries (1 local, 97 in the region) are listed with the OCBT code priced at $3035.00

    Anyway, long story longer. Here is the full list of the "more expensive" TRD Off-Road Extra Value Package: Option code OBCT as it appears online. Now I can't get the other code (OCAT) I was talking about to show up!



    TRD Off-Road Extra Value Package:-OCBT $3,035
    • Off-Road Tuned Suspension w/ Bilstein


    • Shocks, Locking Rear Differential, 16"


    • Alloy Wheels with P265/70R16 BF Goodrich


    • Tires, VSC+ATRAC in place of Standard


    • VSC+TRAC w/ HAC & DAC, Engine Skid Plate,


    • Fr Tow Hook, 115V/400W Deck Powerpoint,


    • Fog Lamps, Rmte Keyless Entry, Cruise


    • Control, Variable Speed Wipers, Overhead


    • Console w/ Compass & Temp Gauge, Chrome


    • Grille Surround & Rr Bumper, Color-Keyed


    • Fr Bumper & Overfenders, Smoked Headlamp


    • Trim, Sliding Rear Window w/ Privacy


    • Glass, Sport Seats w/ Dr Lumbar Support,


    • Sport Fabric Trim in place of Standard


    • Bucket Seats (Pass Side Fold Flat Feature


    • Delete), Metallic Tone Instrument Panel


    • Trim, Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel w/


    • Audio Controls, Leather-Wrapped Shifter,


    • Dual Sunvisors w/ Mirrors & Extenders,


    • Tailgate-Handle Integrated Backup Camera


    • Linked w/ Auto-Dimming Mirror w/ Monitor,


    • TRD Off-Road Graphics
     
  16. Jan 18, 2011 at 5:22 AM
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    Make sure you confirm options with your dealer when you are ordering. Go through exactly what you want by item so that you are on the same page.

    I had some of the same issues with the website and it wouldn't surprise me if some things got lost in the black hole between Toyota.com and the dealership purchase order form :rolleyes:

    Good luck...
     
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