Discussion in 'General Tacoma Discussion' started by whippersnapper02, Oct 17, 2018.
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That Sport looks good.
It’s amazing how expensive used Tacos are.
Tell me about it.
This is sexy:
Compared to this:
Delusional people overpaying drive up the overall cost of these trucks.
Yeah it's crazy. You can sell yours in 10 years for $35k lol
That’s true. (That and the fact that Toyota doesn’t rebate them to death like the Big 3 does).
It makes it better for any of us when we go to sell, or when one gets totaled and you actually get a decent payout.
Haha. Maybe so. It’s hard to tell what the new sticker price will be for an OffRoad in 10 years.
Not the turd gens
That's right.. They'll be cheaper with bad rear ends.
I’m seeing toyota rebate the 2018 $1000 and dealers discounts up to $3000 for $4000 off 2018’s. Maybe not so much the case for the 3rd gen. I think they are over priced trucks for sure. Comparably they are pretty basic trucks for $40k.
Absolutely agreed. They are overpriced. But for the equivalent Colorado/Canyon the price is about the same with much better resell.
And the price compared to a 1/2 ton 1500 the options aren’t there.
The new Ranger has yet to be seen. I’m curious what kind of competition they’ll give and what kind of resell they’ll hold.
I don’t mind to pay a little more for Toyota because they do hold their resell.
The dealer discounts aren’t as much to worry about as the Toyota rebates.
A $1k rebate here and there doesn’t really hurt resell but much more and its value will plummet fast.
A lil late but glad you're ok whip
Any new prospects found for a replacement Nancy?
Gets good mpg
The carbon emissions probably won’t meet California’s standards though.
They have their own air quality commission. Sniff sniff
That’s a terrible job. But at least it comes with state benefits and retirement.
I've been watching a good bit of stuff on the new Ranger and the Raptor Ranger. Besides the fact that it looks damnear identical to a Colorado, I think it's going to be a solid truck.
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