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WOW....look at the prices....

Discussion in 'General Tundra Discussion' started by Tundra234, Jan 23, 2021.

  1. Apr 4, 2021 at 5:02 AM
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    CaptainGrumpus

    CaptainGrumpus The Mailman

    Joined:
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    Matt
    Maine
    Vehicle:
    2018 Inferno Tundra TRD
    Makes me feel good about paying 36k for my ‘18 DC last year with 18k miles on it. I felt like I over paid at the time.
     
  2. Apr 4, 2021 at 9:31 PM
    #32
    Lightning_Lad

    Lightning_Lad New Member

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    Tom
    Orange CA
    Vehicle:
    2017 Silver Sky Platinum Pro
    Line x Bed liner Trifold Tonneau cover TRD PRO Dual exhaust TRD PRO sway bar TRD PRO air intake TRD PRO suspension TRD PRO LED 2019 Headlight conversion TRD 2020 Wireless charging tray TRD shift knob TRD PRO Grille TRD red anodized dust caps (+25 hp per wheel) Matt black mirror caps and door handles Tesla style Headunit KTJO 4x4 tail gate pop n lock upgrade Driver side grab handle Viper Remote start Viper alarm system 18” Method NV’s 33.5” Toyo R/T ESP Long box underseat storage 3M ceramic tint
    If you think these prices are coco loco, check out Raptors n TRX pricing. It’s so bad I can’t stop laughing.
    $103,000 (before TTL) for a TRX. $10k markup is the minimum apparently. 8 yr financing available...

    It gets bonkers at the entry level too. Apparently a “stripper” model RAM 2wd quad cab tradesmen is $44k - $6k in rebates.
    WTF is going on?? Is this the frenzy before the fall?

    I’m looking at getting a dedicated 2nd truck or van for my side business and honestly, I’m not sure I can afford one.
     
  3. Apr 5, 2021 at 8:51 AM
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    Drerang

    Drerang New Member

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    Not surprised, I got paid 31,000 for my totaled 2015 SR5 dbl. I think I only paid 33,000 6 years ago!
     

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