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Pricing Assistance - 2020 Tundra Platinum 8” Lift 37s

Discussion in '2.5 Gen Tundras (2014-2021)' started by Semper04Fidelis, Jan 30, 2022.

  1. Jan 30, 2022 at 4:37 AM
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    Semper04Fidelis

    Semper04Fidelis [OP] New Member

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    I am in a position of having to sell my truck and am looking for some pricing assistance. The dealership said they would give me $56,500 and said they would post it on the lot for $83,000.


    2020 Toyota Tundra Platinum 4x4 5.7L V8 - 12,100 Miles

    Not Interested in Trades.

    Aftermarket Changes:

    [] Bushwacker Color Match Pocket Style Fender Flares – Part #30918-13
    [] AMP Research Power Step Running Boards – Part #75137-01A
    [] AMP Research Power Step Override Switch with STA Controller – Part #79105-01A
    [] K&N 63 Series Air Charger High-Flow Intake Kit – Part #63-9036
    [] ReadyLIFT Off-Road Lift Kit 8” – Part #44-5677
    [] ReadyLIFT / Bilstein B8 8125 Adjustable 6-8 Inch Front Coilovers – Part #46-5780 MD
    [] Nitro-Gears 4.88 Front 9”/Rear 10.5” /w Auburn Pro Posi LSD Upgrade – Part #GPTUNDRA5.7-4.88
    [] Fuel Siege D706 (Matte Black) 20x9
    [] Nitto Trail Grapplers 37x12.50x20LT
    [] Gorilla Spline Lug Kit
    [] Carven Exhaust Kit – Part #CT1001(Black)
    [] LED Under-the-Hood Light Kit (Connected to Hood Pin)
    [] LED Bed Light Switch Kit (Connected to Entry Trigger & SwitchPro Board)
    [] LED (4) Additional Reverse Lights (Connected to Brake Lights & SwitchPro Board)
    [] Switch Pro Switch Power Panel System (Concealed Mounting)– Part #SP-9100
    [] Hypertech Speedometer Calibration (In-line)
    [] AVS In-Channel Vent Shades
    [] Lower Grille Mount 30-Inch High-Power CREE LED Light Bar (Connected to SwitchPro Board)
    [] RoyaltyCore Custom Grille /w Custom Back Lighting
    [] RECON Smoked Projector Headlights with H9 LED Bulbs
    [] Fully Functional Aftermarket Ram Air Hood
    [] Custom Kevlar Paint – Black (Textured)
    [] Custom Painted Taillights & 3rd Brake Light
    [] Toyota Tundra Center Console Tray Insert
    [] Premium LED Bulbs Throughout
    [] Matte Black 4x4 Badging
    [] Matte Black Door Handles
    [] Matte Black Mirror Covers
    [] Matte Black Tailgate Insert “TUNDRA”
    [] Smoked License Plate Framing
    [] Pedal Commander with Custom Mounting
    [] WeatherTech Floor Mats
    [] Aftermarket Window Tint 5% Front/Rear Windows 50% Windshield

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  2. Jan 30, 2022 at 4:50 AM
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    Hbjeff

    Hbjeff New Member

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    Trd sways, bullydog, magnaflow, sumo springs
    Its not worth 83k they are high as a kite. 56 sounds like an amazing offer to me, especially from a dealer. Modifications aren’t worth as much when selling a truck, maybe sell off some
     
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  3. Jan 30, 2022 at 5:49 AM
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    Clemsonman14

    Clemsonman14 New Member

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    Yep. Op could probably change some or most of the truck back to stock and get a very similar offer
     
  4. Jan 30, 2022 at 12:38 PM
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    November Sun

    November Sun New Member

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    Pro Comp 7" Stage 1 Lift, 20" Fuel Wheels, Nitto Terra Grapplers, Bak Flip Tonneau Cover, King 2.5's, Custom Alcan Leafs, Coachbuilder Steering Kit, CBI Baja Front Bumper, NSV Light Bar, TRD Pro Intake, Southeast States Wireless Phone Charger Coachbuilder Plus 3 Shackles, Wheeler's Bumpstops, BAM 8" Exhaust, BAM Bomb Tip, Headlight Revolution LEDs everywhere, Warn EVO 12K Winch, Diode Dynamics SAE Fogs and Combo Light Bar
    I would think that some of those mods would be easily removed and sold and the dealer would be none the wiser. Like the Switch Pro and the Hypertech for example. They don't know what those are.

    Or, try to sell on you're own, someone couldn't build what you got for under 65 grand.

    No way a dealer gets $83k for it, mid to high 60's maybe.
     
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  5. Jan 30, 2022 at 12:52 PM
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    Saltyhero13

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    What has Carvana, Vroom, and Carmax offered?
     
  6. Jan 30, 2022 at 9:13 PM
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    Mat1018

    Mat1018 New Member

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    2016 Super White platinum CM 4x4
    4" lift, spyder headlights and tail lights, flowmaster outlaw super 10 exhaust, and XD series monsters II wheels.
    Probably catch a ton of hate for this comment but aftermarket mods don't increase resale value of the vehicle. Yes sometime you can list it higher and the right buyer will pay the price especially in this market. But aftermarket also limits the buyers market even more, have to find the right buyer. Dealerships will give you the lowest they can and list it for crazy amounts and let it sit till the right person comes along, or just keep marking it down to get attention. Sucks that aftermarket doesn't help resale I was in the same boat getting rid of my 16 limited all the dealers wanted to give low kbb value for it.
     
  7. Feb 1, 2022 at 8:09 AM
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    4wheelgreg

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    I 100% agree with Mat , I was collecting a pile of parts for a 2019 LC200 , I bought a 2020 before the prices went crazy and they could not give away LC200 land cruisers in December of 2019 and January 2020 just before the whole covid out break Heritages went for 79k in my area .
    I gave the wife the 2019 with only 1500 miles on it and she never drove it she liked the BMW and Highlander over the LC200 … Go figure .
    I had 15k in aftermarket parts , ended selling the 2019 and I would have lost money if I had installed all those parts on top of the 15k in parts .
    There are people out there with stupid money and no skills and thats who buys trucks like this .
    General rule , vehicles are fastest devaluating asset you can own … not last year and this year , I made money on all my extra newer vehicles , if you had backup vehicles and wanted to cash out or trade up you did well in most cases .
     
  8. Feb 1, 2022 at 8:53 AM
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    manofsteele2003

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    17 Super White Tundra Crewmax Limited
    TRD Pro grill and surround, paint matched door handles, mirror covers and bumper ends. Bilstein 5100's, Extang Trifecta 2.0 tonneau cover, Husky xact floor liners, LED interior light upgrade, custom HID projector headlights. Custom powder coated TSS wheels w/Falken Wildpeak AT3W's 275/60R20
    Yep, 100% agree. Dealers don't typically give you anything additional for mods but will charge more for it when they put it back on the lot. The most you'll get is selling it yourself or taking everything off and parting it out, but if you're breaking even somehow I guess you can consider yourself lucky.
     

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