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Old 03-10-2007, 05:46 PM   #21
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price differences, only money

I can get the 2002 Tundras (dealer certified/Warranty) for about $20K....I'm comparing that to a 2005 w/ only 8,000 miles for $27,999 which has the tow package.......auughh #!* dicisions.
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I can get the 2002 Tundras (dealer certified/Warranty) for about $20K....I'm comparing that to a 2005 w/ only 8,000 miles for $27,999 which has the tow package.......auughh #!* decisions.
For better or worse it sounds like you're at the point where you have to decide. Both prices sound a little high...make sure to look at Kelly Blue Book (kbb.com) and Edmunds (edmunds.com) to find out what they 'should' cost given their trim level and options. Also, make sure to check the tow capacity of each truck.

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KBB price is $28,365. Their asking price, keep in mind this is ata Toyota dealer and is still under warranty.

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KBB price is $28,365. Their asking price, keep in mind this is ata Toyota dealer and is still under warranty.
If you can swing it, the 2005 with 8,000mi does sound like the better deal - particularly since you plan to use the truck as a tow vehicle.
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Too bad you are not in the Phoenix area. I am going to trade mine in on a 2007 soon and would make you a deal based on what they offer me. My 2003 Tundra has a trade in value of around $18,000 acording to KBB.I am sure the dealer will try and low ball me, that's when the fun begins! Mine is a 4X4 with low milage (30,000) and factory tow package.
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