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Old 01-16-2013, 07:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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is this blacked out 2010 CM Limited worth it??

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I just signed up hoping to someday graduate from a Tacoma boy to a Tundra MAN!!

I have a friend selling this Tundra and offered me first dibs...here are the specs:
- 2010 Tundra Limited Crewmax 4WD
- Satellite Radio
- CAI
- Nitto Trail Grappler M/T 305/55/R20 on KMC DC rims
- BHLM with some added projection lights
- Rear Sway bar (not sure if it was part of limited pkg)
- Viper alarm with remote start
- retractable hide away power running boards
- Tonneau cover with hydraulic lift and LED light
- Bed rug
- 20% Tint
- leveling kit
- 30,000 miles
He is out of town and left his truck in my driveway so all the additions and mods are just what I see. There could be more. Anywho he offered it to me for $32000. What do you guys think?? Is this a good deal?


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Old 01-16-2013, 07:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Seems pricey for a bro deal. IDK, I would buy new and build your own. Thats just me though, you are looking at $32K and you can easily get a new ride with zero miles. Fresh out of the oven!
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I don't think you can find a new Limited for $32K. Maybe after the redesigned version comes out.

How quickly does he have to sell it? See if you can wait a few months to find out if the new Tundra comes out in 14' or 15'.

If you like the new Tundra, buy that. If it sucks, negotiate w/ your friend that you really like the new Tundra but will do him a favor and take the 10' Limited off his hands w/ a bigger discount.
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You should post up some pics of the truck.
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Old 01-16-2013, 08:07 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Actually the least expensive CM 4x4 Limited looks to be mid 40's for a new one. A quick search turned up a 2010 in the same configuration at a Toyota dealer with 50,000 miles. They are asking $37,800.
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I'll second Swapthing's comments. With a new truck you will get a warranty and better financing options. However, if you are still interested, I would check out TundraHeadQuarters for a list of known 2010 issues. Finally, if you go the new truck route, the first mod would go with is a backup camera.
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For what it worth I just paid 32K for a 2012 ( 43 miles ) DC RW.
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if all you have is $32k then its not too bad with all those goodies on it. Same thing new with all that on it will be in the $49-55k neighborhood.
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This truck does have the back up camera installed stock
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I think its a good deal, maybe talk him down to 30k. But if it is stock kbb is saying $34k, since he already got it hooked up go for it.

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I think its a good deal, maybe talk him down to 30k. But if it is stock kbb is saying $34k, since he already got it hooked up go for it.

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Yeah I offered him a check for $30K but he wants to try Craigslist at $34k but he said he will do $32 for me. At first i told him I will hold off and if he get desperate to sell due to moving across country in a couple months I will go $30K.....researching the current private sell, $32 seems pretty good. He also will throw in the brand new stock rims and tires, Thule roof racks, and cover. I will sell the rims and tires.
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Yeah I offered him a check for $30K but he wants to try Craigslist at $34k but he said he will do $32 for me. At first i told him I will hold off and if he get desperate to sell due to moving across country in a couple months I will go $30K.....researching the current private sell, $32 seems pretty good. He also will throw in the brand new stock rims and tires, Thule roof racks, and cover. I will sell the rims and tires.
Ya if he throws in the rims n tires u can make up some money with that. If u can do it -DO IT. Somebody else posted wat a new one would cost n he was right, u could end up paying 10k more at the most n that's for a stock. I would jump on it b4 somebody else does.

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I don't think it is a bad deal for a 4x4 CM Limited. $30k would be a better deal, but I don't think $32k is bad. You could gamble, and tell him to try craigs and see what happens, and maybe after he gets a bunch of tire kickers and deadbeats, he'll come back to you and gladly accept your $30k check. Or else, maybe there is that one person out there, who is willing to spend the $34k right now...who knows. I guess it just depends on how important that $2k is to you.

Here's a little hint though. (I don't claim to know wtf I'm talking about, but still). People who are going to spend $30k+ on something like that, aren't impressed by the mods. In fact, most people are turned off by them. A lot of guys are finding that it is hard to sell their trucks with lift kits, mods, etc. To a consumer, all that stuff means "truck has been abused". Especially if your friend is a young man, it will be hard for him to try to convince a grown man that the truck has been "babied", and immaculately cared for. (not trying to sound harsh with that statement). He will be advertising to a very small audience...kids. (young men). Not all young men have the ability to come up with that kind of money, or have good enough credit yet to finance that kind of money.

In 2009, when I was shopping for a 2007 Tundra, the 2wd Limited CM's were going for $29-33k or so, and the 4x4 Limited CM's were going for $30-35k or so...mileage being the biggest factor in price. Those were 2 year old trucks. You are talking about almost a 3 year old truck. I'm sure times have changed, but figured I'd throw it out there.

If it was me, I'd gamble on him not being able to get a lot of interest on Craigslist at that price point, and get ready to write him that check for $30k You can hedge your bet, and tell him "Look, my offer of $30k stands. If you get a legitimate offer higher than mine from craigs, let me know, and give me first shot at beating that offer (unless it is crazy)".

Good luck, and don't worry, there will be deals out there....pretty soon
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Ya if he throws in the rims n tires u can make up some money with that. If u can do it -DO IT. Somebody else posted wat a new one would cost n he was right, u could end up paying 10k more at the most n that's for a stock. I would jump on it b4 somebody else does.

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Yeah im off and on but I figured I would get all your opinions to help me talk myself in or out of it based on the responses!! HA I have until the end of the month before he throws it on Craigslist. I can drive it any time too. That thing has some BALLS compared to my 3.4!!
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I don't think it is a bad deal for a 4x4 CM Limited. $30k would be a better deal, but I don't think $32k is bad. You could gamble, and tell him to try craigs and see what happens, and maybe after he gets a bunch of tire kickers and deadbeats, he'll come back to you and gladly accept your $30k check. Or else, maybe there is that one person out there, who is willing to spend the $34k right now...who knows. I guess it just depends on how important that $2k is to you.

Here's a little hint though. (I don't claim to know wtf I'm talking about, but still). People who are going to spend $30k+ on something like that, aren't impressed by the mods. In fact, most people are turned off by them. A lot of guys are finding that it is hard to sell their trucks with lift kits, mods, etc. To a consumer, all that stuff means "truck has been abused". Especially if your friend is a young man, it will be hard for him to try to convince a grown man that the truck has been "babied", and immaculately cared for. (not trying to sound harsh with that statement). He will be advertising to a very small audience...kids. (young men). Not all young men have the ability to come up with that kind of money, or have good enough credit yet to finance that kind of money.

In 2009, when I was shopping for a 2007 Tundra, the 2wd Limited CM's were going for $29-33k or so, and the 4x4 Limited CM's were going for $30-35k or so...mileage being the biggest factor in price. Those were 2 year old trucks. You are talking about almost a 3 year old truck. I'm sure times have changed, but figured I'd throw it out there.

If it was me, I'd gamble on him not being able to get a lot of interest on Craigslist at that price point, and get ready to write him that check for $30k You can hedge your bet, and tell him "Look, my offer of $30k stands. If you get a legitimate offer higher than mine from craigs, let me know, and give me first shot at beating that offer (unless it is crazy)".

Good luck, and don't worry, there will be deals out there....pretty soon
this guy is single,in his 40s and spends his weekends cleaning this truck. I know he babies the crap out of it. I was banking off the rebel flag flyers in the area only wanting to buy fords and Chevy's. you made some good points... im basing a lot of my thoughts off what people are currently paying for 2010s and Tundras dont really last on Craigslist here. Well I still have a couple weeks. Thanks much for your input.
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