The 2017 TRD Pro Tacoma is here!!!

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  1. jgallegos1

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  3. OP
    jgallegos1

    jgallegos1 Member

    They are coming to a dealer near you!!!

    Mountain States Toyota has one on the ground!

    Ask For Jim Gallegos
    Mountain States Toyota
    720-771-3796
    Salesman
     
  4. woodydog

    woodydog Well-Known Member

    Nice is that the cement color? And how much?
     
  5. Nathan

    Nathan Administrator Staff Member

    @jgallegos1 Any height adjustment on the seats for the 2017 model?

    Maybe it's just the angle but does the grill come out further on the PRO model?

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  6. Nathan

    Nathan Administrator Staff Member

    I guess I just hadn't noticed the grill before.
     
  7. slowpoke

    slowpoke Well-Known Member

    Howd u miss that monster????
     
  8. Nathan

    Nathan Administrator Staff Member

    I knew it was different, just didn't realize it stuck out further that the stock. I feel like the stock grill is already a little out there. Here's a pic I took at the dealer today. ImageUploadedByTaco Forum1471660539.808635.jpg
     
  9. slowpoke

    slowpoke Well-Known Member

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  10. Nathan

    Nathan Administrator Staff Member

    Big nose aside, that truck in the concrete color looked great.
     
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  11. slowpoke

    slowpoke Well-Known Member

    Gotcha covered.

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  12. woodydog

    woodydog Well-Known Member

    How much was they asking?
     
  13. Nathan

    Nathan Administrator Staff Member

    There was no sticker on it. It was either sold or hadn't been processed yet. I was on my lunch hour so I didn't have time to ask.
     
  14. taco John

    taco John Well-Known Member

    Trd pros are such a waste of money. For the price it costs the least they should do is put a supercharger or something on there.
     
  15. slowpoke

    slowpoke Well-Known Member

    Well, unless they strike another deal with magnuson, it aint gunna happen. Besides, iirc its labeled as 16hrs of flagged labor.
     
  16. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    Just buy a Raptor for more capability and power.
     
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  17. slowpoke

    slowpoke Well-Known Member

    Craptor?

    Only if its a VelociRaptor and someone else pays the bill for it and the gas.
     
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  18. ChuckR

    ChuckR Active Member

    A friend of mine is awaiting his 2017, and he said it was going to run between $41,000 - $43,000. He also said the dealer was not going to dicker on the price. That is serious money to spend on a midsize truck.
     
  19. slowpoke

    slowpoke Well-Known Member

    Lmfao..... and it will be worth 20k when he rolls off the lot
     
  20. Scuzzy

    Scuzzy Well-Known Member

    Well, mine is a 2013 Baja I got last September. It had 13k on it and market value on it, 2 years old, was 37k. I have the invoice, it was window stickered at 37k, original owner paid 41k out the door. I picked it up off a used car dealer for 30k, as he just thought it was a regular TRD off road and advertised it that way. I am running in the desert all the time and I find the upgrade was expensive, but the other goodies make up a lot of the price, not just the suspension. And the best part? I did not have to do the work to set it up, test and tune.
     
  21. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    Other goodies? You mean the stickers?

    Usually you don't have to do anything besides install off the shelf shocks. There is no setup, test and tune.
     

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