I have a 2007 Crew Max Limited with all the "stuff" (nav, camera, 20" alloy wheels moon roof, cold package, blah blah blah). Anyway, I paid $42,500 , which I guess was a bit too much but I got 0% for 60 months so I am satisfied.
I have an 07 doublecab w/TRD pkg., 5.7Lv8, cloth bucket seats, cold kit, deck rail system, am/fm 6 disc 6 speak, daytime run lights, all weather mats and tow mirrors. Sticker was $31,686.54, took the rebate $4,000 then took some more and got out the door for $26,800. Very happy so far.
2007TRD Tundra Crew Max, 5.7 LTR. Leather Custom Rims And Tires With A 2 Inch Level Kit. Extended Warenty with paint and Interior protection. Billet Grill Debaged and uhm? i think out the door after all that 35.5 after rebates?
08' CM SR5, TOW, TRD. After taxes, 33 and some change. Opted for 0% for 48 months instead of the 3k rebate that was available which would of dropped my price to 30 and some change. I'm adding the extras I want aftermarket like backup camera, upgraded mirrors. It's cheaper when you do it aftermarket.
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'07 RCSB 4x4, 5.7. Much Faster than my modded Hemi was. Insulated intake & box. Drop in K&N. Removed top filter. Bypassed TB coolant hose to keep intake cold. Valve cover hoses to breather, not intake. 305-50-20 Yoko's on 20 x 9 chrome MB 5 spokes, Debadged, More to come...
'07 Crewmax 4x4, 5.7, SR5 TRD, Cold Weather Package, Sunroof, Stainless Boards, and Bed Liner for $36k at 0% for 60 months. Sticker was $39k. Purchased in June 2007. Not the best deal in the world but at the time the Crewmax had only been running off the assembly line since about early April and the dealership couldn't keep the CMs in stock. I lucked out and had mine located from a dealer north of me even before they took delivery from the factory. The truck had everything I wanted - color, accessories, and considering the demand at the time, I didn't think it was too bad a deal. Sales tax in my county is only 6% too.
I just bought an 08 4X4 Double Cab SR5. The only options were heated mirrors, bed liner, and upgraded rims. Sticker price was 33,600 and I paid 30,800. I could not be too picky, just finding 4X4 down in San Diego is a pain in the a**
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