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2005 Tundra D-Cab

We just got an 05 tundra d-cab in stock. This thing hauls ass. 282hp. Restyled interior, new wheels, new gauge cluster. I was surprised to see it this soon. It came on the truck with two other '04's. Anyone want it?



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The picture looks more like a 4 door sedan than a tundra d-cab. If that's what the new gens look like, i'll stick with the older gens.
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Trust me, if I could afford it, which might be a possibility with a job promotion that's looking pretty promising, I'd take it!!! That is of course that I don't loose any money on my '04 Tacoma that I just purchased back in Jan. But of course, I'd have to see the final price....


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The pic is my car nah j/k It looks pretty much the same except fot the fender flares don't bulge out as much. The front corner lights don't have the two bulging orange side marker things. Just a flat orange(removable ) reflector. The gauges are much nicer. If feels like the engine has been supercharged. I can't wait to drive the lighter access cab with the stronger engine.



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Trust me, if I could afford it, which might be a possibility with a job promotion that's looking pretty promising, I'd take it!!! That is of course that I don't loose any money on my '04 Tacoma that I just purchased back in Jan. But of course, I'd have to see the final price....
The sticker price is 28,600. It has the trd package, the tow package, Limited slip, (all I can remember). There are no rebates on the 05's and I'm sure they won't discount it. There is however no added dealer markup. Let me know if I can work some numbers for you at work.



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By the way this one is white with the gray interior. And JBL system.



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Hmm.... Well, I'd deffinatly have to see how the promotion pans out, but I have a feeling that some of the options would push it to like $35k. I really want the leather, (I was bummed that the Taco's never had it) TRD off road, but the 4x2, and the tow package; Also, I saw a pic on Toyota's website of a Nav System??, That too if it's avalible.... But we'll see, what happens... if/when I get the promotion, I'll be shoping around to see what I can get at certain prices.....


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Yeha it's going to get navi. Thats about right on the price with navi. The new tacoma is going to be awesome too.



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