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What are you paying for your 2021 Tacoma? (price thread)

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016+)' started by TacoBuffet, Sep 17, 2020.

  1. Nov 22, 2021 at 7:24 PM
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    Roadhouse

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    I don't think you're getting ripped off. I mean anything above MSRP sucks, MSRP sucks anyways. With the market right now, $2000 ain't terrible. The Tacoma will hold it's value so count that as a plus. Dealers near me are putting $8000 over MSRP, and that was in Sept. I'm sure it's gone up. I saw a 4-Runner TRD Pro for $25,000 over MSRP recently. You could have done much worse than $2000. You could have gotten MSRP, but you would have had to make a ton of phone calls, and been willing to travel pretty far to pick it up.
     
  2. Nov 24, 2021 at 8:24 PM
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  3. Nov 30, 2021 at 3:13 PM
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    The best prices I could within an hour of my metro area were between 2K to 4K above MSRP, 10 to 40 days wait time. I was about to give up, when I finally found a dealer two hours away willing to work with me. However the first truck from them, (a swap from another dealership) ended up falling through after almost two weeks of waiting. Got a Black Friday special on the second one.

    2022 Tacoma Double Cab SR5, 6-cylinder 2wd auto
    Grey exterior / black and red interior

    $34,727 MSRP

    Factory options: Tech package, floor mats
    Dealer options: None!
    OTD: 34,523 (BELOW MSRP!)

    Purchased from Modern Toyota in NC. Shout out to Paris who worked with me for several weeks to line up the vehicle. I'm not an easy person to work because I have strong preferences AND am simultaneously working deals on different trim lines to see what ends up with the best price vs what I care about.
     
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  4. Dec 2, 2021 at 10:35 PM
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    oneup714

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    For chit and giggles, a dealership by my house has this 2021 trd offroad 4x4 with advance tech package for this amazing price

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  5. Dec 3, 2021 at 12:17 PM
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    FloTaco

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    D3C37011-498C-4C7E-A48B-1919CA7957E8.jpg Gents, I’ve probably posted this before, but even in today’s awful market you can still go to places like Texas and buy a new SR 4x4 Double Cab for under $33k. Dealers in Dallas and San Antonio will sell them for around $31,500, just takes a $500 refundable allocation deposit and an 8 week build time. They come with TSS, convenience package, remote key, color matched everything, and a nice simple black grill. It’s a great alternative option for folks who decide they don’t mind forgoing the tech options. It’s also worth considering if you’re out there shopping around and the inventory/mark-ups are causing too much of a headache.

    The money saved can build an exceptionally capable SR; we all inevitably modify our vehicles in some form and pulling cheap OEM parts off a new truck feels a lot better than pulling expensive OEM parts off a new truck.

    The white truck above is regeared to 4.88s, rear locked (can be used in 2wd), Kings, Total Chaos, Deavers, Timbren Bumps, Diode Dynamics, Black Rhinos on 285s, cab mount chop, all for just under TRD OR MSRP.
     
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