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Toyota Generally offer the best incentives on new Tacomas..
I have pretty much made up my mind that I'm getting one now I'm wating on finding the right deal and securing fininacing.

I live in Hampton VA. I'm headed up to northern VA tommorw and will check out a couple of dealers up there. Can anybody reccomond a good dealer.?
 

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Well, if you want to wait your best deal will be on an '08 when the '09 trucks come out. Of course, your selection will likely be limited if you go that route. $500 rebate or 3.9% seems to be the most common promotion (location dependent). Anything better than that sounds good.

Instead of going out to multiple dealers, get on the phone and call and talk to the fleet or internet managers. This will save you a lot of time as you will easily weed out the dealerships that won't be a bargain. It'll also provide you a much easier time leveraging dealership quotes against one another. Just make sure that the prices you're talking are "out the door" (or at least all costs besides tax, title, license).
 

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Toyota Generally offer the best incentives on new Tacomas..
I have pretty much made up my mind that I'm getting one now I'm wating on finding the right deal and securing fininacing.

I live in Hampton VA. I'm headed up to northern VA tommorw and will check out a couple of dealers up there. Can anybody reccomond a good dealer.?
Generally when certain vehicles are hot sellers (Tacoma) there are less incentives;as in cash back,rebates,low interest,etc.. But,the best time to buy is the last day of the month,dealers are trying to move stock so they don't pay rent on a huge floor plan.I have purchased my last 4 vehicles on Dec.31;the absolute best day of the year to b
uy.
I use this to help.http://www.carbuyingtips.com/offer.xls
 

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Try Miller Toyota in Manassas, Va.

There is never a good time for buying a Tacoma, they are great sellers so less incentives as someone previously mentioned. That doesnt mean you cant get agood deal though. Do your homework on Edmunds or somewhere similar. Check for invoice price and whatever else you want and settle on that price.

IMO, if you can get what you want when its on the lot for a good price (ie invoice) then its a good deal.
 
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