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Anyone Consider Trading Their Tundra On A 2013 Raptor SuperCrew?

Just went with a buddy who has new-truck fever, and he ended up trading in his Range Rover and bought a 2013 Raptor SuperCrew. I have to say that I am really impressed with that truck, not only for the suspension and looks, but also for the infotainment system.

I really like my Tundra, but it seems that new-truck fever may be contagious! Talk me off the ledge please!


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if you can swing the extra cost, do it!!! Raptors are awesome


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If only it had a toyota badge ill be all over it.

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Don't do that to him fella's LOL... Ya'll are F.O.S. Raptors are a joke.

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if you can swing the extra cost, do it!!! Raptors are awesome
I think that will end up being what keeps the new-truck fever in check. $53,890 sticker (pretty much loaded) and dealers are not coming off sticker due to supply and demand.


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I think that will end up being what keeps the new-truck fever in check. $53,890 sticker (pretty much loaded) and dealers are not coming off sticker due to supply and demand.
That's it??

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I drove one before buying the Tundra. It was ok... heavy and slow, mpg were way worse, try to do some semi hardcore offroading and it'll break, they look pretty decent though. The 13s get anything much different than the 11s I drove?

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I think that will end up being what keeps the new-truck fever in check. $53,890 sticker (pretty much loaded) and dealers are not coming off sticker due to supply and demand.
Dang the 11 model I looked at was only 43k

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Just don't drive it like they do in their own commercials, you'll bend the frame and Ford won't fix it, claiming you were driving it too hard.

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That grill is hideous. And the frame folds if you offroad in it.


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I drove one before buying the Tundra. It was ok... heavy and slow, mpg were way worse, try to do some semi hardcore offroading and it'll break, they look pretty decent though. The 13s get anything much different than the 11s I drove?
In 2WD mode, the Raptor (4.10 rear end) did not feel much slower than my Tundra (2WD CrewMax, 5.7L, 4.30 rear end) based on the ever-so-accurate butt-o-meter. MPG is definitely worse (I think it's rated 11/16), and the tow rating is 8,000 lbs versus 9,000+ for my Tundra.

As for what you get for the $53,890 sticker on the 2013 my buddy bought, versus the 2011 models, I'm not really sure. Here is a breakdown of the sticker price:

Base MSRP = $46,240
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This sticker price for 2013 models seems to be what most dealers have on their lots.


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Just don't drive it like they do in their own commercials, you'll bend the frame and Ford won't fix it, claiming you were driving it too hard.
Yeah, I've heard that. For me it would mostly be a UAV (urban assualt vehicle) so it's overkill, but it really looks awesome.

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That grill is hideous. And the frame folds if you offroad in it.
I don't disagree. At the same time, I'm not a big fan of the standard Tundra grill either. Grill replacement is not difficult.


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Maybe a small lift, new shoes, and some fender flares would cure the new-truck fever...



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