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Toyota Tacoma Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • Yes. Very.
    No, 0% for 36, no special on 72.
    All at least up here in Boston area.
    Go to their site and click on "Find Local Specials."
    Good luck.
  • Can anyone provide the name of a good reputable dealer in SW states (Arizona, Texas)? I want to purchase a 2003 to 2005 Tacoma.

    Thanks!
  • dobiusdobius Posts: 4
    My husband and I went shopping today Central NY area, and are looking at the 08 Tacoma 4x4 V6 Double Cab with the SR5 Pkg. # 2. It invoices at 26,078. Since the dealer tells you what the invoice price is, and and everybody says just give them 300 over invoice, then negotiating a price just got pretty easy. Too good to be true! So with an invoice like this what would be a good starting bid? You know there's other hidden fees. We don't want to dicker for hours with them, we want the vehicle, but would like to know what others are paying for this same vehicle. Anybody out there bought one of these???
  • Can you tell me the name and location of the dealership. I would really appreciate it. thanks.
  • Nothing wrong with $300 over. These are invoice and/or near invoice trucks. Offer 'em $500 back of invoice and when they counter at invoice or $100 over, sign the papers and drive home in your new truck.
  • Just got an '08 Access Cab Auto 4x4 Rugged Terrain TRD (black wheels, fenders, etc) + Tow Package and upgraded stereo for $27,690 OTD (tax is 7% in my county). MSRP was: $29,430. There was a $1,000 Toyota rebate.

    Local dealer - Cherokee County Toyota, Canton, GA.

    Nice people although wanted to run my SSN (supposedly to make sure I wasn't a terrorist) even though I was paying cash.

    The deal was OK the first shot but actually had walked away with no deal until they rang me the next morning agreeing to the deal. Their first offer was about $2,000 higher, then came to $1,000, then what we agreed upon the next morning. I had done my research but still ended up paying $500 more than I had planned - although I don't believe it could have gotten better anyway. Jim Barkley in Asheville, NC would only do it for $500 more and I would have had to drive 150 miles

    All trucks there come with a booklet of discounts including first two oil changes free. Value supposedly $600 if you use them all.
  • esp4p3esp4p3 Posts: 1
    I just bought a double cab prerunner, V6, Auto, 2WD short bed with the base SR5 package (SL). I paid $22,700 or 100 over invoice and came out at about 25k OTD. I opted for the 2.9% financing instead of the rebate. I am in southern cal, do you think I got a decent deal? I was talking to a friend who bought a similar tacoma except he got 4WD with the off road package for 27k OTD. It seems he got a great deal and made me feel like I could have done better if I tried.
  • $100 over & 2.9% on a Taco... you got a good deal! Don't worry what your friend says, you did great.

    Enjoy the truck, now.
  • bobadbobad Posts: 1,587
    I concur esp4p3 got a good deal.

    I took the rebate, got mine for $88 over invoice. What do you know, the tightwads wouldn't give me 2.9% financing! Ended up getting 6.1% at a local bank. Oh well, can't win them all. Toyota thinks they hold all the cards, because they do.
  • hermannhermann Posts: 38
    Whats a good price on this truck in the KC area. It is a SR5 with SR5 option package #2 and mats, ect. Dealer is including Toyota running boards/steps. His first offer is $18500. Is there more room..

    Thanks in advance.
  • jfritschjfritsch Posts: 958
    The Nissan Frontier Double (crew) cab long bed 4wd: pwr, sprayed bedliner,hitch, rail system and sliding bed extender MSRP 28000 is going for $23500 (4500 off)

    The Honda Pilot awd MSRP around 30000 has been selling for 7000 off for several months now.

    Honda Ridgeline pickup RTX awd: Well optioned Msrp $29000 Has been selling for 22k and change (6500+ off) for several months.

    The Toyota 4runner msrp 33k generally sells for about 7000 off msrp around july august.

    All the other manufacturers have accelerated their normal discounts for the 20 mpg trucks/suvs by about 4-5months.

    Gas is high and the economy is flat so keep some perspective when the Tacoma dealer starts with the BS.

    A 7yr/100 kmi extended factory warranty for vehicles like this should be about $1000, so keep it real there too and don't buy it for $2000 in the finance office.

    Happy Huntin'
    --jjf
  • jfritschjfritsch Posts: 958
    If the SR5 option package 2 is for power windows, locks etc, you would could probably get a Nissan Frontier 4cyl like it with running boards for 16,500 or an automatic for 17500.

    Personally when I test drove them I thought the base Nissan was better built but this is an individual thing. If no big movement on the 18500 I would definitely explore the Frontier XE.

    You may be able to get an optioned Frontier SE V6 extended cab 2wd with automatic,alloys and rails for $19000, which of course is much more truck than the base Tacoma or Frontier, and about the same mileage.

    Good luck
    --jjf

    Whats a good price on this truck in the KC area. It is a SR5 with SR5 option package #2 and mats, ect. Dealer is including Toyota running boards/steps. His first offer is $18500. Is there more room..

    Thanks in advance.
  • doabbsdoabbs Posts: 1
    Looking for the best place to get a 2008 4WD Acc cab or Reg cab Taco in NH.
  • tug_slugtug_slug Posts: 3
    I live in Colorado and am thinking about purchasing a 2008 4x4 Tacoma access cab. This truck doesnt have to have all the bells and whistles Im just looking to get a reliable vehicle and not get raped by the dealership in the process.

    I went to a dealership today and they wanted to sell me one for $23,900.00. Im glad I didnt bite, it looks like I would have paid about $1700.00 to much. I want to go into the dealership with a realistic number and I was wondering what how much over invoice some of the members of this forum paid for their Tacoma's?

    Thanks

    Tug
  • jfritschjfritsch Posts: 958
    An 07 toyota access cab like you describe with power accessories and a few options wholesales used with average miles for about $17000. For a new 08 your target would be about 21000. A Nissan frontier extended cab is easily doable for less than this.

    A comparable 08 dodge dakota club cab with options is probably $17000-18000 or so with a lifetime powertrain warranty.

    The 20mpg trucks have sold with such heavy hidden and advertised incentives for the last few years above or below invoice doesn't mean much anymore. The economy is flat and gas is headed for $4.00 so even in 4wd heavy mountains tell our dealer to keep it real.

    Good Luck
    --jjf

    live in Colorado and am thinking about purchasing a 2008 4x4 Tacoma access cab. This truck doesnt have to have all the bells and whistles Im just looking to get a reliable vehicle and not get raped by the dealership in the process.

    I went to a dealership today and they wanted to sell me one for $23,900.00. Im glad I didnt bite, it looks like I would have paid about $1700.00 to much. I want to go into the dealership with a realistic number and I was wondering what how much over invoice some of the members of this forum paid for their Tacoma's?

    Thanks

    Tug
  • got_beergot_beer Posts: 1
    Bought one in Gwinnett GA. Black Tow package Running boards, SR # 2 package. Price was 24500 OTD. I was so focused on the price of the truck the "snuck" in a 700$ doc fee and more BS charges. I asked about that..of course they told me it was standard. I should of got up and walked out.

    Im so up set at that, my wife says to let it go. Well I have to now
  • tug_slugtug_slug Posts: 3
    I just received two offers from two different dealerships their both pretty much the same.

    These quotes are for a 2008 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 access cab V6 manual transmission. Ones for a basic truck the others for one with the TRD off road package.

    Here's the email from one of them...

    Dan,
    I can sell the base red model for $21,421 after rebate, plus tax and dealer handling.
    The off-road red for $25,279 after rebate, plus tax and 399 dealer handling.
    thanks again.......Larry

    What I'd like to do is get them to drop that $399.00 dealer handling fee but I don't know if thats going to be possible.
  • I have been offered a Tacoma regular cab 4x2 automatic w/ the enhancement package and mats for 16,276 minus 1750 rebate plus $300 doc fee. what do you all think of this price can it go lower or should i take it.
  • jfritschjfritsch Posts: 958
    Look up the wholesale value of your vehicle used 07 with 14000 (avg) miles on it on nada.com and kbb.com. Add about 20 percent or so to that price for a target on a new 08. Hit 10 dealers via email last week of the month for bids and get as close to that target as possible or better.

    I have been offered a Tacoma regular cab 4x2 automatic w/ the enhancement package and mats for 16,276 minus 1750 rebate plus $300 doc fee. what do you all think of this price can it go lower or should i take it.
  • Has anyone purchased a Tacoma Double Cab 4x4 recently? I'm in the market and would like to see some deal numbers. I requested quotes from several dealerships in the Portland area and most of my quotes were for $1200 to $1500 OVER invoice (before the $500 factory incentive).

    I see Toyota's numbers are down, like many other OEMs, but my price quotes just don't reflect it. I expected to be under invoice WITH the $500 incentive, but it doesn't look like it.

    Thanks.
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