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Differences between Limited and SR5??

What are the differences between the limited and SR5 as far standard options?
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you have 6k more reasons to be ticked off when the dash is sinking on a limited

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The reason I am asking this is because right now Toyota is offering $4000 rebate on limited and $5000 on SR5. I know a few differences between the limited and SR5 things like sonar sensors, utility bed, some exterior differences I just don't want to miss anything that's not so obvious. Right now I can get a loaded 4x4 crewmax SR5 in mid $20's range which really awesome
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what are you useing the truck for? thats a great price for the sr5

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Mainly just to hull stuffs for my work nothing really heavy and pull my race car 1995 supra to races about 3-4 times a year. Does anyone know if the MSRP is $35990 what will the invoice be?

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Sorry don't know but my MSRP was $40,000+.

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I was told by a friend "in the business" that invoice is usually about 10% under MSRP. Mine worked out that way. Just ask the dealer to see it and they'll pull it out for you. I was also told that the dealer doesn't pay invoice for the vehicle, but about 2-3% under it. Plus they get other incentives you never hear about. So you have more room to negotiate than you realize...

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I can tell you that I have the SR5 TRD Crewmax and there are no radio controls on the steering wheel as it only came on the limited pkg with JBL. I find it a far reach and I'm 6ft. Also the memory seat option to recognise your seat setting by the key fob which was another only on the limited that I wish I had. My wife is 5ft and she had the seat all the way to the front and before I get in, I have to stand there with the door open to move the seat before getting in. That has been the biggest pain in the butt.
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I can tell you that I have the SR5 TRD Crewmax and there are no radio controls on the steering wheel as it only came on the limited pkg with JBL. I find it a far reach and I'm 6ft. Also the memory seat option to recognise your seat setting by the key fob which was another only on the limited that I wish I had. My wife is 5ft and she had the seat all the way to the front and before I get in, I have to stand there with the door open to move the seat before getting in. That has been the biggest pain in the butt.
Sorry to hear that. My wife about the same and thank Toyota for putting that memory seat in. Not to mention she changes all mirros too. So I only have to move the rearview mirror.

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Thanks Mickey! You just had to post a pic and rub it in! LOL
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Yeah I went all the way again on this except for 3 things. I didn't want a Nav or sonar but I think I messed up by not getting the GBS. That's a great security device.

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So I just bought an SR5 on monday. I got $3500 back. Now they change it to $5000 back, WTF? Can I take advantage of this?

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I got my SR5 on Monday as well and got a $1,750 rebate. Did I get screwed?

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