Bought this in early '08 with about 5K miles. It was a dealer driver. 5.7, six-speed auto, Sport package with TRD sway bar. Anterra 20" wheels now with Nitto rubber, I added a tow pkg., true duals w/ flowmaster 50's also removed the rear two resonators (not cats), air shocks, lowered 5" rear, 2 1/2" front, color matched fender flares, window tint, had the sun visors re-upholstered, added all leather upholstery, carriage works billet/powder-coated grill, in-bed storage box and de-badged except for the "Tundra" on the tailgate. Probably missed some goodies and mods but got most. I has about 25K miles now and have been offered my money back plus $$$ several times....$19,400.00 of course that was several years ago.
Ron, that is a beautiful truck!
I just recently got my 2010 DC 5.7 for $25K out the door... it has 35K miles, jbl stereo, power slide rear window...i'm not even sure what else was optional or stock, but I feel that it was a great deal and it puts a smile on my face every time i drive it
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2011 brand new left over DC 4X4 limited TRD with everything including JBL Nav (10 speaker with subwoofer) memory package etc.
Was able to get it for $32,644 which for my area seems to be pretty decent, specially considering they won't be getting any kickbacks or anything else from Toyota for being a 2 year old leftover.
Tried to get a remote start thrown in the deal and they almost threw me out instead.
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Just got my first big Tundra Saturday, $29,900 out the door. New 2012, 5.7, TRD, SR5, only draw back I had to choose between a red one and a black one. Took red. Now trying to figure out how to tone it down a bit. Maybe black fender flares???? What do ye think?
back in DEC 2010, I picked up my 2011 DC Tundra SR5 for 23.5k out the door.
Military discount, customer appreciation discount.
Started at 28.5, but I was actually going back and forth between Ford and Toyota which happened to be right across the street, and told the salesman and finance manager that I was buying a truck today, wether it be a Ford or Toyota. Toyota won out. My only complaint is that the dealer is absolutely horrendous. Their service dept is a absolute joke and had to call Toyota Corp about 6 times within 3 months of owning my truck from fog lights constantly getting water in them.
with the 2yrs free maintenance
Avg oil change wait, 3.5hrs with an appointment
rotation : 1.5 hrs
diagnosing water in fog lights, 5hrs first visit, 2 hrs second visit, 3 hrs third visit
denied service bc of LRO 3/1 and KMC Hoss wheels, said they werent equipped to handle a modified truck....Toyota corp fixed that.
basically, the sales staff were great, but the service staff could all die in a fire for all I care.
2011 Tundra Double Cab Black
Mods...We don't need no stinking mods...
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Bought my 2010 CM Platinum 5.7 back in October of 2012 for $26000. It had 79k miles on it but is certified and comes with 7yr/100k warranty. I would have liked lower miles but it has everything I wanted like the black leather interior, nav, backup camera, DVD with wireless headphones, 3m, 20" wheels, moon roof, line-x, etc...every option. It's my first Toyota so I hope I made a good choice!ImageUploadedByAutoguide1360878646.688474.jpg
Bought my 2010 CM Platinum 5.7 back in October of 2012 for $26000. It had 79k miles on it but is certified and comes with 7yr/100k warranty. I would have liked lower miles but it has everything I wanted like the black leather interior, nav, backup camera, DVD with wireless headphones, 3m, 20" wheels, moon roof, line-x, etc...every option. It's my first Toyota so I hope I made a good choice!Attachment 33561
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