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How much did you pay for your Tundra?

Discussion in '3rd Gen Tundras (2014+)' started by 808Kaap, Dec 27, 2019.

  1. Jan 12, 2021 at 10:46 PM
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    lokar500

    lokar500 New Member

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    Nice on the VIN, will try it.... fuel computer seems kinda weak, unless the weird math is dependably off the same every time.
     
  2. Jan 12, 2021 at 10:50 PM
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    lokar500

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    Thanks, did not know the big tank came with the package.... good surprises are cool.
     
  3. Jan 13, 2021 at 6:43 AM
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    chuck416

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    Looks like you have the 38 G tank, and are getting 14.375mpg, which both seem reasonable.
    38g X 14.375mpg = 547 mile range.
    And congratulations on a great truck, at a great price.
     
  4. Jan 13, 2021 at 7:08 AM
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    lokar500

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    Thanks, Chuck, I think I'm gonna like it! On a personal note, pilot? ATC here....
     
  5. Jan 13, 2021 at 7:19 AM
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    CavGirl21

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    2021 Cavalry Blue Tundra Crewmax SR5
    Just picked up my truck Friday after ordering it back in September (built to my specs):

    2021 SR5 CrewMax
    Cavalry Blue, graphite interior
    SR5 upgrade package (center console, 38 gal tank)
    Factory spray-in bedliner
    Deck & rail system
    Tow mirror upgrade

    MSRP was almost $45k; I paid $37.4k before tax, title license. Another dealership told me these guys were losing money on me. Don't know why, but I'll take it! LOVE THE TRUCK!!
     
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  6. Jan 13, 2021 at 8:55 AM
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    nuttz565

    nuttz565 New Member

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    I paid the exact same price funny enough for mine with just about the same options as yours. I bought my 2020 Sr5 DC Loooong bed in Calvary blue back in Sep of last year and paid $37.4k before taxes and fees. Mine has the SR5 upgrade package, all weather floor mats, spray in bed liner, door sill protectors and console vault. Felt like I got a great deal at the time as it was very hard to find these on the dealer lots back then as I'm sure it still is. And there was the fact that they had a loooong bed sitting on the lot that wasn't white so yeah had to buy it:thumbsup:
     
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  7. Jan 13, 2021 at 11:03 AM
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    SilverBull

    SilverBull less stress = More Success

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    $18K...being very frugal, had to go to OK city to pick it up...but was a nice ride back home.

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    And the chrome bits don't bother me in the least...let the hate end! :oldglory:

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  8. Jan 14, 2021 at 9:37 PM
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    Fatpat79701

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    2015 SR5 5.7
    Bought with Dual Exhaust
    2015 SR5 with TRD wheels paid 28k back in 2018 with less than 38k miles and have less than 70k miles on it currently....

    I live in my work truck

     
  9. Jan 15, 2021 at 7:54 PM
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    noshine

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    2021 Tundra midnight black crewmax sr5
    2021 SR5 crewmax cab. Spray in bed liner, bbs wheels, rubber floor mats, steps, and blacked out badges. Out the door taxes tags deliver 39,200

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  10. Jan 16, 2021 at 7:44 AM
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    PlaysARobin

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    BAMuffler, 5/20 Tint, Tech12Volt Door speaker and amp, DIY sub and amp.
    Great price, Noshine. I'm struggling to find an SR5 4x4 CM in cement without the stupid TSS package, in most all of Texas. Quotes are 44.5k drive out IF they can find one. Half way debating a local 2019 TRD Pro that just showed up, but its sticker at $42k with 69k miles.
     
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  11. Jan 16, 2021 at 8:00 AM
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    AZBoatHauler

    AZBoatHauler Desert Dweller

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    6112 and 5160 w/ CB +2 JL Audio with Kenwood HU DD 10" Exhaust RC light bar Baja Design fogs Platinum LED headlights
    I paid just over $45k for mine new in October 2016. At the time, it felt like I overpaid but as time has gone on and the fact it’s paid off I think it ended up being a great deal. NADA has trade-in value at 39k which works out to a depreciation rate of $117/month for the last 4.25 years. :eek2:
     
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  12. Jan 16, 2021 at 8:03 AM
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    CCLJ03

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    In august of 2018 I paid $41k for my SR5. I’ve got the upgraded tech package which includes the full center console. I think MSRP was $48,500.

    I feel like I got a good deal. Looks like 2018 SR5s with my mileage are selling for about $36-38k in my area which is wild.
     
  13. Jan 16, 2021 at 6:55 PM
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    Chucko2340

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    3 inch lift, hdx running boards, under cover flex cover, nitto terra grapplers 285/65/20,trd exhaust, trd cold air intake
    2019 platinum purchased néw October of 19 with all options and trd intake and exhaust. Msrp was 55k not including exhaust and intake got it for 47 before tax,tag,etc.
     
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  14. Jan 17, 2021 at 2:57 PM
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    necplusultra

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    greetings,

    just signed up to forum.

    It seems impossible to get a new Tundra Pro here in Quebec.

    I want to find out if it is possible to order a new one from a dealer?
    or has production stopped on the 2021 models?
     
  15. Jan 17, 2021 at 3:05 PM
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    1UP

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    Might wanna ask here also - https://www.tundras.com/forums/3rd-gen-trd-pro-2014.75/
     
  16. Jan 18, 2021 at 5:38 PM
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    PlaysARobin

    PlaysARobin New Member

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    BAMuffler, 5/20 Tint, Tech12Volt Door speaker and amp, DIY sub and amp.
    I posted this in the Pro section, but I thought it may be of interest to some in this area as well. Long story short, I'm hoping to finalize the deal on a Pro, tomorrow, once the dealer takes delivery. MSRP, and their add ons weren't negotiable, so it was an additional $3500, + TT&L. I'll post the follow up, if it actually happens. I'm trying not to get my hopes up, but when today fell to crap in front of me, I realized just how much I wanted a Pro, not an SR5/Limited/Platinum to build a FauxPro.

    I'm currently sitting on an offer for a base Sr5 cement, delivery mid february, for $44,060 drive out. This is within about $150 of the best deals I've been able to negotiate via email. Most of the lots around Houston are missing the rows of Tundras I'm used to seeing.

    Here is what I wrote in the Pro section.
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    I've been hunting a Pro for a couple of weeks now, an today I think I've finally seen the writing on the wall. I had one "held" and confirmed on the lot by the dealer, so we scheduled the test drive for first thing this morning, and we loaded up and drove 3.5 hours. Long story short, the truck was sold a week ago, and the salesman claims he had no idea. I expressed my frustration, to which he offered the same white TSS you can buy all across texas pretty easily, and I refused. We walked out.
    I got an email (after saying don't call me about anything) saying they were able to secure one in transfer from another dealer, who's sale fell through. Allegedly, I'll get a call in the morning when it hits their lot and we'll do the paperwork electronically, and finalize the deal over the phone, then they'll deliver the truck to me, 220 miles away.

    I'm hopeful, but I'm all but resigned to the fact I'm going to end up getting a base SR5, and putting money into it. I'd rather have the Pro's resale, and not have to monkey with anything suspension/interior. Perhaps I'd go for a platinum or limited, but they're so dang expensive, and not a Pro, so I'm not entirely sure.

    One other dealer locally has a Black Pro scheduled for delivery, 02/05, and is willing to take a deposit to hold. I don't want black, or I'd of considered it. Both dealerships are MSRP, no negotiating, BUT the Black one has just about every add-on you can throw at it, and they won't remove a thing. Not even the console safe. $62.4k drive out. They know people want these trucks, and they're selling most before they hit the lots. The rest are selling within a couple of days, but are staying in the online inventory so web searches hit, and they generate traffic, phone calls and contact info. Thats the game I hate the most.

    When I said I was only interested in White or Lunar Rock she said she could take the order, and they'd have it in 6 months. Not a risk I'm willing to take, as I'm all but certain the lines won't be making the '21 Tundras anymore by end of spring, and if this chip shortage is really hurting production to that degree, I think the 'new' Pros will be unicorns by summer.
     
  17. Jan 18, 2021 at 6:23 PM
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    steve_liebchen

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    We are on our third Tundra, a 2011 SR5 DC 4x4, which I agreed to sell to our son for $14,000 at the end of March (I am trying to help him out with a deal on it; it has some bed and tailgate dents from farm use, but only 120,00 miles and in otherwise excellent shape). A lot has changed in the last few weeks here in the Southeast- the supply of 2021 SR5 double cabs has dwindled to under 50 on the ground or in transit and deals are non-existent. There are a total of 4 available in dealers within 100 miles of Atlanta, and 3 have the TRD which we don't want as we tow a heavy tractor a lot. Almost every dealer I called on one in the pipeline (there are 36 coming between now and the end of march) is at MSRP, no discount. Many in the pipeline are the Gunner or SX packages, which I don't want to pay for cosmetics. Did find one dealer with one that is everything we need coming mid February, 2021 DC SR5 4x4, plus convenience package upgrade, bedliner, black nerf side bars, deck rails, at $3,000 0ff MSRP, or right at $40,000 plus tax. With the production slowdown due to the chip shortage, he expects few to none starting in April, and demand is high since the big V-8 is gone this Fall.

    I put ourselves in a situation where I need a truck so just need to pay what it takes. No way we are doing another brand- been there with the Ford, Chevy and the Ram. No thanks

    The crew cabs are a bit more available and can get up to $4000 off MSRP on one of those, but the bed is too small for us.
     
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  18. Jan 18, 2021 at 7:40 PM
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    Do58

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    Bought ‘21 TSS Sr5 in November 3 miles on it. Sticker was $46,945. Bought extended warranty and OTD $41,320. Traded in and financed the rest. Paid off ~2 weeks ago.
    Bought in Dallas

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  19. Jan 19, 2021 at 7:08 AM
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    2mchfun

    2mchfun Lead foot, left lane, loud stereo

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    Seat covers, dash mat, ext. Trans. Cooler, sumo springs, oem pwr fld tow mirrors
    Sr5 upgrade pkg leaves you a 38 gal tank
     
  20. Jan 19, 2021 at 7:18 AM
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    2mchfun

    2mchfun Lead foot, left lane, loud stereo

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    I had to fight to get the same truck in white minus rail system for 37500 at 0% for 60 with added power fold on the oem tow mirrors and I had the deal. However, I decided to buy a trail for the better looking grill, rims, michelins, options were step tubes, safe, power lock tailgate. So a few grand more, a much better equipped truck. And still 0% for 60. Plus another grand rebate for special edition. No matter what, yes you scored a deal! Congrats!
     
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  21. Jan 19, 2021 at 7:26 AM
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    AircoolerKirk

    AircoolerKirk Honey Bun Fanatic

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    Bought mine used in 2019. 2017 4wd, leather, SR5 upgrade package with tow and large fuel tank. It had 30k miles (lease return). Spray in bedliner and bed lights. It was exactly what i wanted in a "working class" Tundra. I gave $36k out the door, and was happy to give that. Dunno how much of a deal it was or wasn't but I had looked for a while and it checked all my boxes. Definitely different than the F150 i had before, but not in a bad way. And, I get to be a part of this forum now, so that should count for something.


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