gatorewc Posted January 7, 2022 Share Posted January 7, 2022 I received a email from my local Toyota dealer wanting to buy my 2020 Tundra Crew Cab 4X4 with 49,000 miles for $41, 250. Figured it was a scam since I paid $41,000 brand new. Eating wings with some buddies a couple of nights later and a friend tells me his son sold his Toyota. So I go down the next day and in 15 minutes the paper work is done. I would have never believed it. They now have it listed for $48,000 on the lot. I guess I could have sold it for more on my own but that was sure quick and easy. My next move was ordering a 2022 Ford 250 Plat. Tremor so I guess it will cost me more in the long run. I loved the Tundra but always knew I had to watch my payload when camping. Payload will not be a problem now. I do have a 2011 Lexus 570 that I will be using to haul until the 250 gets built. When building the Ford online my wife told me her company has a program with Ford and when I finished we would build the same truck with the code. Saved me a tad over $4K using the company code. I met the dealership and they informed me that they could not change the price one penny coming from the corporate program agreement, so I would not have to worry about an up-charge one it was delivered. The salesman did say it may take longer than normal for the delivery but I will be patient. 2 Erv & Sherry Hull # 650 2020 Tundra SR5 Crewcab 4X4 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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