Need Help Getting Tacoma

Discussion in 'General Tacoma Discussion' started by psam6241614, Feb 7, 2019.

  1. psam6241614

    psam6241614 New Member

    Hi I'm new. I'm trying to get help buying a Tacoma for my uncle for the best price. He doesn't need anything fancy. I believe he just needs a 6 feet bed, 5 seats.

    Does anyone know the absolute best price I could get for a 2019 model I think the 2018 are sold out? I'm not sure how to find invoice pricing and kickbacks, etc. So I can have an idea of what I should really pay for it.

    Is this model basically what i'm looking for? the min requirements being 6 feet bed, 5 seats? (attached below)

    2019 Tacoma SR5
    2WD, 3.5L V6 Engine, 6-Speed Automatic Transmission
    Double Cab, 6-ft. Bed

    Magnetic Gray Metallic

    SR5 Fabric In Cement Gray

    16-in. black alloy wheels



    $0 (No Cost)1

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  3. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    Welcome to the forum.
    That’s pretty basic. You should be able to get a SR5 double cab long bed 4x4 for around $32-33k
    Whatever MSRP is you should be able to get it for $2-3k less than that. I’d ask what the Invoice is and go from there. I don’t know if toyota has cash back on the 2019 Tacoma right now. Best time to buy is at the end of month. Better than that is end of year end of month. End of October and November is a good time to buy usually bigger cash back manufacture discounts. With the 2020 upgrades I would think the 2019’s will have some good discounts and incentives to buy to push sales.
    If you have more questions don’t hesitate to ask.
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  4. texasred

    texasred Well-Known Member

    Remember they print the “window sticker” in the back and can jack it however they want to as a bargaining tool.
    Sounds like you’re doing your homework. Just remember that there’s more than one dealership for Toyota’s. Get em to put it on paper and shop the bids to other dealers and play “can you top this”. And find your own financing ( preferably credit union) and play the same game with the dealers finance people.
    I save a couple grand off MSRP, got the dealer to throw in an extended warranty, and they beat my c.u. financing.
    Remember it’s your money. There’s lots of trucks.
    It worked for me.
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