This.You might be able to find a 2013 for sale in October, but you certainly wont be able to be choosy.
Out of curiosity, what are the main differences with a flex fuel vehicle?This.
It's going to be a craps shoot come October. My truck is a 2012 I bought in February of this year. My choices were black and white which worked out well for me because I wanted white.
The good for me is I have a CM TRD with no Flex. I noticed last time at the dealer all the TRD and up trims were flex...
The next logical question is then why produce and buy a flex fuel vehicle?Flex fuel tends to get terrible gas mileage as one of their issues...something happens with the ECUs and puts them into a "limp" mode. If you can avoid purchasing FFV do it. There's a 50+ pg write-up over in the Problem thread on it.
Government incentives for the manufacturer, the ability to say you can run E85 in your vehicle for the buyer.The next logical question is then why produce and buy a flex fuel vehicle?
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Agreed.I have a 2013 flex fuel tundra and I haven't had any problems yet, but other people have had there share of problems with the flex fuel. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that my tundra dosnt have any issues. If I could do over I wouldnt have gotten the ffv tundra
2014 production hasn't started yet officially. This is the last week of 2013 production however.