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Canadian Prices 2022 Tundra

Discussion in '3rd Gen Tundras (2022+)' started by ThePolak, Nov 4, 2021.

  1. Dec 22, 2021 at 10:40 AM
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    Buddy says he was just goofing around with the accent. Probably for any American viewers. Check out the sweet shots of his previous Tundras at the end!

    https://youtu.be/H6HHvVNnwl4
     
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    The best link so far I can show regarding consumer price protection is:

    https://www.omvic.on.ca/portal/Consumers/ConsumerProtection/AllInPricing.aspx

    Essentially as mentioned, Dealers "can" charge over via methods I spoke of. It has to be very clear and it is frowned upon by Toyota Canada as gouging our consumers.
    I'll try to find anything clearer than that if I can. Also please again note, this is Ontario Canada specific.

    Alternate brands also for all I know may encourage such things, but in Toyota Land, we had official messaging to be mindful of not doing so.
     
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    I've asked Solly to send you some of our internal documents via email showing the packaging :)
     
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  4. Dec 22, 2021 at 12:05 PM
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    Here essentially is our directive from Toyota Canada a few weeks back:

    "We have seen this situation attract recent consumer advocate media coverage of negative retail experiences in our industry – including our brand. If you have not already done so, we ask you to now take the time to review your own processes and reinforce customer care expectations with your sales and business office teams, to ensure they uphold the responsibility we all have to present our brand in the best possible light.


    These are the times that customers will remember how they were treated. Now is the time to build customers for life. Let’s remain intently focused on customer experience and retention. "
     
  5. Dec 22, 2021 at 12:37 PM
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    I found the same. Dealers can charge whatever they want, even over MSRP as long as they're up front about it. They can't tack something else on over and above what it's listed for sale at.
    I agree that Dealers should remember that we don't forget. Screw me now and you won't get a chance to screw me again !
     
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  6. Dec 22, 2021 at 12:39 PM
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    Thank you for posting this! It's good to see that although there is no law to prohibit selling over the MSRP - Toyota is taking care of it on it's own!
     
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  7. Dec 22, 2021 at 12:43 PM
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    They are most of us are trying.

    Sticking to MSRP has become more of an essential need due to the mass volume limitations, but over pricing is a business model I hope we never adopt here.
     
  8. Dec 22, 2021 at 12:51 PM
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    There's a 2021 Tundra Sport Premium with a leveling kit, Tonneau Cover and aftermarket wheels and tires in Ont listed for $79,995.00 ! That's a $66k vehicle! I don't think their listening to Toyota lol
     
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    I was thinking that's more like a $56k vehicle.
     
  10. Dec 22, 2021 at 12:58 PM
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    LoL sadly not... however, consumers have a loud voice which is called their pocket books... if no one were to buy, they'd listen, but as long as someone is willing to fork the cash, it's a losing battle.
     
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    Who ever called me today at work, you mentioned you'd text me but the line you called was my office hahaha. I thought of that after we hung up.
    If you want, shoot me a PM on here and we'll connect you with someone in regards to the Tundra order.
     
  12. Dec 23, 2021 at 9:02 AM
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    Any of my fellow Canucks wanna help figure out this little riddle?

    The Toyota Canada Vehicle Order Guide uses the term Payload and does not define it.

    The 2022 Owner's Manual uses the term Vehicle Capacity Weight (occupants + luggage).

    The Payload for the LA5DAT-D (SR TRD Sport DC 6.5' bed) is 1885. The owner's manual states 1500. To date, we've only seen them on here with door jam stickers showing 1500.

    What happened to that 385 lbs? What are the definitions for Payload and Vehicle Capacity Weight, as I suspect they are not calculated the same way.
     
  13. Dec 23, 2021 at 3:20 PM
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    Nice to see a rep from Heffner here :)
    We've been buying from you guys for past 10 years, and we come from Milton even though we have Toyota dealership here :)
    I think we've bough 3-4 cars with Nikola over the years.
     
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  14. Dec 23, 2021 at 3:33 PM
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    Nikola is wonderful! He's truly my best friend on the sales team LOL.

    Thank you and your family for your patronage over the years. The drive down the 401, even from Milton, is a treat in itself ;)

    Hope he get's to see you guys again :)
     
  15. Dec 23, 2021 at 8:26 PM
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    You're correct ! I said the wrong model lol. I was looking at too many listings.
    It was a 21 Platinum and the Tonneau Cover I mentioned is on order so its not in the price.
    I made an offer today and got shot down. They want 80k, no less !
     
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    Yeah, not getting $10k off the leftover models this year...
     
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    Well finally got to see the new Tundra up close. It was a white SR5 crew max with the short bed. Also had a chance to take it out on a 50 km test drive. The new grill doesn't seem as massive as it appears on the various videos that I've seen and that composite bed is fairly slippery so anything in the bed loose will slide around pretty good. When driving, the hood does take away some of your vision when approaching something low in front of you.
    As Winnipeg had just experienced 10+ cm of snow, the Perimeter Hwy was snow and ice covered in spots which made it difficult to get a real feel of the acceleration from that TT engine. In one open spot, I slowed down to about 70 kph and then floored the accelerator - initially I noticed turbo lag (maybe a couple of seconds) but when it took off, that TT engine really moved that Tundra - the truck only had 50 km on the odometer so maybe this will improve once it's broken in.

    That crew max has lots of interior space (especially in the back) - the front seats felt comfortable and firm.

    Any questions ??? (I'll try to answer them)
     
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    Damn, a 50km test drive!! My dealer started sweating and getting nervous when I took the truck out more than 5 min from the dealership lol.
     
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    Was that the Headingly dealership?
     
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    Yes - Birchwood
     
  22. Jan 6, 2022 at 6:20 PM
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    Has anyone built or taken delivery of one with the spray in Bedliner? I don’t see it as an option on the Canadian builder site?
     
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    I think that the 2022 truck bed is composite now so no need for a bed liner.
     
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    Owners and dealers are selecting the factory installed spray in bed liner option in order to reduce the slipperiness of the composite bed.
     
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    Just wondering here, wouldn't the oem toyota truck bed mat work to prevent/reduce the slipperiness it is quite a bit cheaper?
     
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    Now February 15...
     
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    Yup
     
  28. Jan 7, 2022 at 3:23 PM
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    I test drove 2 today - no pics but both were Limited Crewmax, 5.5 ft bed. One was ‘base limited’ other was a TRD off road Limited, with some add ons ( owned by dealer not for sale)

    can confirm only back up cam on base limited - need TRD for multi cameras. Neither had the digital rear view mirror, need platinum for that & both had pano roof.

    at 6’3 & 34 inseam I fit legs in back seat no issue- my driving position did not require drivers seat to be all the way back. But I fit when it was all the way back. ( so I can easily sit behind myself leg room wise) Headroom if seated properly was ok, but as soon as I lean forward at all my hair brushes the roofline - good thing I’m the tall one in my group & my friends are short.

    payload was 1400 lbs for base limited trim according to door sticker

    dealer 2 said 4-5 month wait likely for upper trims - no guarantee but may get sr5 a tad sooner.
     
  29. Jan 8, 2022 at 4:50 AM
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    Question about the bed access to someone with a Ridgeline.
    No one (my opinion) has matched your Honda yet, for getting into the bed. Its ingenious and you have a waterproof trunk.
    Toyota eliminated the corner bumper step for style, and now you have to climb in with the tailgate down. No other way.
    What did you think about the Tundra Bed access or did you get a chance to try?
     
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  30. Jan 8, 2022 at 5:57 AM
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    I agree 100%, that is one of my issues, it’s hard to loose that trunk & dual swing tailgate. I didn’t try getting in the bed as one had tonneau cover & other was partly full of snow from sitting outside. But for me the tailgate down was about hip/waist height, so definitely won’t be a graceful hop in! More of a clamber in on knees or hop ass on & swing legs around. Or use the wheels and climb over bedside using wheel as a step. Could do same using bumper as a step with tailgate up too.

    I’ve learned to try hard and not compare too much against the Ridgeline, it was one of the best thought out, designed & functional trucks I’ve ever seen. I think never to be recreated. Just not a fan of gen 2 ones as much.
     

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