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So when will this come out? I have a feeling it is going to be alot more, but to be competitive it can't be. Your dealing with quite an upgrade in performance, size, style and overall.
 

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It will be on the showroom floors here in Feb.
On the price??? I'm scared to even look. I am sure it will be well worth the money though... its a Toyota :D
 

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When the new GM trucks came out, the base prices reported were way high, $32k or so. The problem was that the true base model is not yet available, only the full-boat ones. "Classic" 2007 models are still the old design. Ford pulled a similar trick when the current F-150 was introduced.

Hopefully, Toyota will make a clean break from the old design, and also produce all styles, including regular cab 2wd V-6 models from the beginning. I expect a $20k base price.
 

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Here at the dealership, price has not been introduced, nor has a release date. They will start trickling in in February sometime, and then it's first come first serve..
 

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The reason the 4x4 sticker seems so high is because a V-8 and automatic transmission, along with slightly upgraded exterior trim (why?) are mandatory and its closer to $5k, not $7k. If you could get a V-6, manual trans 4x4, it would be about $3k, similar to the competition. That $18,760 base Silverado is $22,100 as a 4x4.
 

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Chevy regular cab 4x4, a double cab with 4x4 is hard to get without upgraded trim and everthing else. Good luck finding one on a lot without bumping up the price about 7 grand. Sure you can build it online, but can you buy it? Doubtful.
 

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We received some limited pricing information at the store today, so I just thought I'd share it with you. These are the examples they gave us. Keep in mind, these are base MSRP, excluding destination and options:

Reg. Cab, Std. Bed, V6, 4x2 = $22,290

Double Cab, SR5, 5.7, Std. Bed 4x2 = $28,110

CrewMax, SR5, 5.7, 4x4 = $33,985

Let's hear the opinions!

Grant
 

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granth77 said:
We received some limited pricing information at the store today, so I just thought I'd share it with you. These are the examples they gave us. Keep in mind, these are base MSRP, excluding destination and options:

Reg. Cab, Std. Bed, V6, 4x2 = $22,290

Double Cab, SR5, 5.7, Std. Bed 4x2 = $28,110

CrewMax, SR5, 5.7, 4x4 = $33,985

Let's hear the opinions!

Grant

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go check the news section for my post, includes all models and base MSRP pricing

You have to look at what is standard as well to appreciate the pricing
 

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granth77 said:
We received some limited pricing information at the store today, so I just thought I'd share it with you. These are the examples they gave us. Keep in mind, these are base MSRP, excluding destination and options:

Reg. Cab, Std. Bed, V6, 4x2 = $22,290

Double Cab, SR5, 5.7, Std. Bed 4x2 = $28,110

CrewMax, SR5, 5.7, 4x4 = $33,985

Let's hear the opinions!

Grant
I think the prices are pretty good. I am in the market, if I can get a DBL Cab 5.7 4x4 for 32 I am in.
 

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I am also in the market.

For the CrewMax, Limited, 4x4 , 5.7 L , Navigation , Tow Pkg. , Moonroof ,

All depends on the front seat comfort and $$$$$$$
 

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let me tell ya, last night I had to burn off a 1/2 tank of gas in a 2007 Double-cab short box limited with the 5.7 V8 and these trucks for normal driving are GREAT. the power from the 5.7's is nutz. What a beautiful truck.



Here's a good size comparison next to a new landcruiser. The back of the Tundra is even with the back of the cruiser

 

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let me tell ya, last night I had to burn off a 1/2 tank of gas in a 2007 Double-cab short box limited with the 5.7 V8 and these trucks for normal driving are GREAT. the power from the 5.7's is nutz. What a beautiful truck.



Here's a good size comparison next to a new landcruiser. The back of the Tundra is even with the back of the cruiser

Wow, it really looks big. I am still waiting to see about the front seat room before I commit.
The pricing for a 4X2 5.7 SR5 around $31K is in line with a comparably equipped Ford or Chevy but with more power. I really hope that the dealers don't try to pull that "Market Adjustment" crap.
 

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prices are up on Toyotas site now...

http://toyota.com/Tundra/models.html

Regular Cab Tundra Standard Bed 4.0L V6 (4x2) $22,290
Regular Cab Tundra Long Bed 4.0L V6 (4x2) $22,620
Regular Cab Tundra Standard Bed 4.7L V8 (4x2) $23,430
Regular Cab Tundra Standard Bed 4.7L V8 (4x4) $26,480
Regular Cab Tundra Long Bed 4.7L V8 (4x2) $23,760
Regular Cab Tundra Long Bed 4.7L V8 (4x4) $26,810
Regular Cab Tundra Standard Bed 5.7L V8 (4x2) $24,380
Regular Cab Tundra Standard Bed 5.7L V8 (4x4) $27,440
Regular Cab Tundra Long Bed 5.7L V8 (4x2) $24,710
Regular Cab Tundra Long Bed 5.7L V8 (4x4) $27,770
Double Cab SR5 Standard Bed 4.0L V6 (4x2) $26,105
Double Cab SR5 Standard Bed 4.7L V8 (4x2) $26,850
Double Cab SR5 Standard Bed 4.7L V8 (4x4) $29,900
Double Cab SR5 Long Bed 4.7L V8 (4x2) $27,180
Double Cab SR5 Long Bed 4.7L V8 (4x4) $30,230
Double Cab SR5 Standard Bed 5.7L V8 (4x2) $28,110
Double Cab SR5 Standard Bed 5.7L V8 (4x4) $31,160
Double Cab SR5 Long Bed 5.7L V8 (4x2) $28,440
Double Cab SR5 Long Bed 5.7L V8 (4x4) $31,490
Double Cab Limited Standard Bed 4.7L V8 (4x2) $34,240
Double Cab Limited Standard Bed 4.7L V8 (4x4) $37,290
Double Cab Limited Standard Bed 5.7L V8 (4x2) $35,490
Double Cab Limited Standard Bed 5.7L V8 (4x4) $38,550
CrewMax SR5 4.7L V8 (4x2) $29,675
CrewMax SR5 4.7L V8 (4x4) $32,725
CrewMax SR5 5.7L V8 (4x2) $30,935
CrewMax SR5 5.7L V8 (4x4) $33,985
CrewMax Limited 4.7L V8 (4x2) $37,540
CrewMax Limited 4.7L V8 (4x4) $40,590
CrewMax Limited 5.7L V8 (4x2) $38,790
CrewMax Limited 5.7L V8 (4x4) $41,850
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HATEnFATE said:
Looking at the two numbers doesn't do anyone any justince since you have NO idea what kind of standard options come on these trucks.
I dont care if a bidet is standard equipment, that is too much money (compared to the others) for a base model truck. Businesses equipping fleets and individuals like myself want basic hauling ability, not luxury or gadgets. Maybe not in any other part of the country except here there are lots of basic white, regular cab Tundras in business fleets.
 
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