Man What A Great Truck. I Cant Wait To Get Mine The Same Color How Much Did You Paid? Ill Be Getting Mine 500 Below Invoice
Prove it!Ill Be Getting Mine 500 Below Invoice
I know it’s just a truck, but what I didn’t know was that a smile would be stuck on my face for the entire 50 mile trip home from the dealer.
(picked it up last night)
Now if only I could find a decent bed cover that allows use of the Deck Rail cleats I’ll be all set.
2007 Toyota Tundra, Double Cab, 5.7, 4.4, Standard Bed
Salsa Red outside – Beige fabric inside
- TRD Offroad Package (OFAT)
- Back Up Assist Camera system (MC90)
- Chrome Step Tube (TR20)
- Cloth Bucket Seats (BUAT)
- Self Dimming Mirror w/Homelink (CM50)
- AM/FM Audio w/6-Disc Changer (DZAT)
- Bed Liner (JB10)
- Deck Rail System (DSAT)
- PW40, CKAT, MGAT, RLAT, HMAT
I got an acceptable deal given I'm from southeast florida, home of the $3,000+ over MSRP market adjustment. I got mine for $1000 over dealer invoice. It was a "no haggle offer" from another dealer in the area and I was happy to pay it after talking with some other dealers in the area.Man What A Great Truck. I Cant Wait To Get Mine The Same Color How Much Did You Paid? Ill Be Getting Mine 500 Below Invoice
Sounds like a very good deal on a new model. I personally don't ever pay much more than invoice for any truck or car I buy. Most times I pay less. They still get their dealer holdback. The key is not being so in love with the vehicle that you are scared to walk away.Man What A Great Truck. I Cant Wait To Get Mine The Same Color How Much Did You Paid? Ill Be Getting Mine 500 Below Invoice
Statements like "up to $5000 off MSRP" are usually more misleading than accurate. While I'm sure they're not lying it probably means the full 5,000 only applies to a vehicle on their lot with every possible option on it (including Nav, dual exhaust, etc.) And don't forget about Jim Moran's cut which isn't included in the MSRP (every toyota sold by SET must pay an extra fee, close to $700)I notice todays paper here in central Florida has an add from a local dealer quoting " up to 5000$ off 'MSRP' on all 2007 Tundras ". How close is that to the prices you all are paying? Discounting this early in production does not bode well for a new vehicle. I'll start looking in 2008. Thanks.