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If the truck has been sitting for a few months, they are much more likely to make a deal. Stay firm and good luck.
 

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Do it!!

 

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How much are they asking for it? I agree with everyone else. If it's been sitting, and it's last years model, they probably want it gone.
 

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I'm not sure what incentives Toyota offers for a prior year model. The few times I've found a last year model on the lot when car buying, the dealers surprisingly weren't looking to give a deal. I guess that is why they were still on the lot.
 

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Are they giving you the "it's new, never been titled" line? With 5k miles I wouldn't go for that. Suggested retail is about $32.5 so your offer is a good starting point. Just decide how much it's worth to you and stick with that.
 

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Hi all,

New to the site looking to purchase my 1st Tundra. I have this truck i'm looking at. It as been sitting at the dealer since Oct 2012, I was going to throw them an offer of $28,500 Whats everyone thoughts?


Thanks,

Ryan

2012 Toyota Tundra 4WD Truck Grade For Sale Pulaski
Are they giving you the "it's new, never been titled" line? With 5k miles I wouldn't go for that. Suggested retail is about $32.5 so your offer is a good starting point. Just decide how much it's worth to you and stick with that.
Looks like it hasn't been sitting, its been driving. $28,500 sounds good, but I'm not sure how the whole buying a demo thing works. Even if the title is still "new", someone put 5k on your truck already... Zero mile trucks (apparently) can be had for about $31-$33, or at least that's what I've been seeing on here.
 

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Looks like it hasn't been sitting, its been driving. $28,500 sounds good, but I'm not sure how the whole buying a demo thing works. Even if the title is still "new", someone put $5k on your truck already... Zero mile trucks (apparently) can be had for about $31-$33, or at least that's what I've been seeing on here.
+1. A truck with 5K is not brand new, no matter what they say. Stick to your guns, I love the combination and options on that truck. Good luck. :)
 
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