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what did you pay for your new 4cyl 2wd acess cab

Discussion in '4 Cylinder' started by alfmoney, Apr 12, 2011.

  1. DGXR

    DGXR Well-Known Member

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    aFe Pro Dry air filter, magnetic oil drain plug, synthetic seat covers, steering wheel cover
    He meant the MR2 package where the engine's in the back. :p
     
  2. 91r100gs

    91r100gs Understand the Voice Within

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    Factory bed mat, TacomaWorld.com sticker, EGR In-Channel Vent Visors, AFE ProDryS drop in air filter
    That would be cool, then you could put a big f'ing beer cooler under the hood.
     
  3. Taco.Tim

    Taco.Tim Well-Known Member

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    Looking!
    Got a pretty good deal in December, 2009, for a 2010 4cyl, auto, AC, SR5, Speedway Blue, Enkei mags, Stereo w/6cd and "subwoofer".
    $21,800 plus tax. Only work needed so far is two oil changes.

    Tim Glover
     
  4. Metal Magic

    Metal Magic Active Member

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    July 2007 paid 19,000 OTD for my 2007 access cab, 5 speed man with no power options pretty much base model.

    I worked for a power sports dealer for 5 years so I knew how these things worked I pretty much talked them lower and lower saying "I am going to buy this truck today, either here or somewhere else" The salesman must have gone into the back 5 times to talk with manager and eventually the manager came out and said what do you want to pay?

    I had a large down payment and great credit so that helped. . . . . oh and I got them to shuttle me from my house to the dealership so I could drive my new trunk home.

    when the economy took a slide a year later I talked to a guy at my work who was buying a motorcycle he had the same truck but a 2008 and claimed to have bought it for 16,000 I still wonder if that was true? I know for a fact he didn't work any magic on the bike sale so . . . . . .:D
     
  5. Yeol1

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    charcoal filter removed,drop in k&n filter,maglite mount, stereo system
    last April i paid 18,000 for my 2009 sr5 with the jbl system pyrite mica had 16,000 miles on it.
    I told them what i was willing to pay they started out at 19500
    glad they did it because i limped my old taco to the dealership(blown head gasket) they gave me 4100 for my old taco even knowing it had "problems"
    1 year 20000 miles and 4 oil changes later couldn't be happier
     
  6. fox5411

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    Just paid $21,000 for a 4 cyl,5 speed manual trans,with convien. pack option and all dealers tag,taxes, prep and origination fees included.
    Might have been able to do $500. better but got in and out without the usual heave and din of dealing with pushy salesmen.
    Let's replace that 'crappy' OEM stereo I paid for though...fox5411








     
  7. Thorpedo26

    Thorpedo26 Well-Known Member

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    Blacked out badges, weathertechs, painted grill, cut tailpipe, removed mud flaps, black head lights, red calipers, tinted tails, front and rear bilsteins are here along with fatbobs spacer and aal awaiting install, also a set of 16 inch pro comps are here and 265/75/16 dynapros
    paid $12,000 for my 2006 automatic acess cab 56k
     
  8. Ta the Toyota

    Ta the Toyota Member State

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    I purchased a 5 SPD manual - '09 PreRunner SR5 - Access Cab with a very nice shell, all-terrain tires, after-market rims and the rear camera. After AZ tax, title, license... bla, bla, bla, it was $20,090. That was also when nobody was buying Toyotas due to thinking they were ALL having issues.
     
  9. kwelhand

    kwelhand Well-Known Member

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    Just brought New 2011 Access cab w/ convenience package about a week ago for $17,910 or $19,700 out the door.
    Interest rate was 5.4% APR w/ zero down for 75mts w/ no prepayment penalty.
    I'm planning to pay it off within two years.
    I think I did pretty good... am I?


    It's funny but my gun at picture below cost MORE than my new Taco and I'm not kidding.
     
  10. litegide24

    litegide24 Well-Known Member

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    I Purchased a 2011 Prerunner Double cab for 23,980 OTD at the dealer, Had extras like bed extender, allloy wheels, SR5 package #2, daytime running lights, front D-tings , blue tooth, cargo net, wind deflector.

    Botttom Line was $400 under invoice on the order.

    Now here it gets worse - then came time for tax and plates in my state. That cost me 1675 for tax title and 195 for plates :(

    Now it gets better again, Toyota Customer Loyalty team is sending me another check for 1,000 - was from my 1999 truck frame rust - they gave me 11,400 two years ago.

    So in you count the 1,000 ill get anyday now it puts the truck at (24,850 for everything) One more good thing was 1.99% financing, that can be converted to an auto/equity loan as soon a the lender receives the title.
     
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