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Price new TRD pro

Discussion in 'General 4Runner Talk' started by GB4x4, May 26, 2017.

  1. May 26, 2017 at 12:18 PM
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    GB4x4

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    Hey, just quick got a quote $ 42,000 cement 4TRD pro 2017 with remote start and roof rack, cargo liner and weatherproof Mats, sticker price 44300.
    It's about 100 miles away, plan on driving Monday hoping to get a good trade-in value for 2012 Nissan Xterra Pro X4 with 46,000 miles,I want $18000
    Does that sound like a good deal?
    New member here .
     
  2. May 26, 2017 at 12:38 PM
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    How many miles on TRD? Although you are desiring 18,000 for the Nissan, I bet around 12,000 is more likely for trade in value. If you can wait, i bet you'd get more money selling privately
     
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  3. May 26, 2017 at 3:38 PM
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    TDR pro brand new, was offered 16500 at another dealer for xterra blue book trade in is 18 to 19500 for good condition, Nissan is clean in n out
     
  4. May 26, 2017 at 4:07 PM
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    I'd say yea that's probably a little better than an average deal for the TRD. Some are paying around 50k. Hope Toyota at least matches the 16,500. I'd pay that for a trd
     
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  5. May 26, 2017 at 4:47 PM
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    Sad part is I just got another email from them saying they made a mistake and that the MSRP price of 44300 was the correct price not the 42 they quoted me. This was after going back-and-forth with about six or seven emails. Even one email giving me tax and destination and other charges on top of the 42. Needless to say I will not be driving 100 miles to put a down payment on and see how much they would give me for my trade-in.
    That extra few thousand really makes me think twice about spending that kind of money
     
  6. May 26, 2017 at 4:51 PM
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    Thanks for your input, if you don't mind my asking what model do you have and how much did you pay and what state are you in.
    Thanks G
     
  7. May 26, 2017 at 5:18 PM
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    I have a 2015 4runner trail with kdss, I purchased in December of 2014 for 39,000 after taxes etc it was around 41k. I just moved to UT from Colorado
     
  8. May 26, 2017 at 5:32 PM
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    $40,000 + vehicle.

    Don't let $2k get in the way of happiness.

    Go for it. Life is too short. I used to drive myself crazy insisting on the rock bottom price, best deal, etc. As soon as you buy whatever you buy, you will invariably find you could have gotten it a little cheaper somewhere else. So what. Live life, spend the cash, get it now. Oh, I am only 17 years old. Kidding. 52.
     
  9. May 26, 2017 at 5:40 PM
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    Sounds like the dealer knows that they will get that price, or more, regardless if it was a mistake or who made it. If the $$ is really bothering you, get an sr5 and mod it to your preference down the road. If it's the color you really want, go for it. To piggy back on what white said, you only live once, it's a rare color. People will pay more than what the dealer is asking, and you may not get a better deal down the road. 2€
     
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  10. May 26, 2017 at 5:41 PM
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    Lol thank you both!
    I think your right, still going to go for it, just going to try a little closer to home and wit out the $500autostart

    IMG_1515.jpg
     
  11. May 26, 2017 at 8:14 PM
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    Hello OP and welcome to the forums. I try to do my best to remain impartial, and I have worked in dealerships, my father was a car salesman for 25 years, and I am friends with some people who currently own dealerships, so my opinions are just that, opinions.

    First, blue book is a very misleading source of information. Dealerships use NADA and Black Book pricing, and won't hit a BB price usually. In fact, if they do, they are getting you somewhere else, the old smoke and mirrors, so watch out for people who DO offer you BB price.

    Secondly, and this is not a knock, but that Nissan is going to take a beating on trade. I've owned several, and loved them all, but here's why it's likely not near 18k. Nissan discounts their vehicles aggressively for sales. You see a 35k list price, you pay $29k. WOW, you got a smoking deal. Well...kinda.

    What happens is that since Nissan discounts all their vehicles their practical resale is reduced by the amount too. So yes, you paid 6k less for it new, but you also get 6k less for it used, if that makes sense. Basically they get you going, not coming.

    Toyota, on the other hand, doesn't budge much...offers very little dealer incentives, and usually have $500 - $1000 off deal, rarely the $5k - $10k you'll see in other brands. So essentially, buying into a Toyota and trading a Nissan is gonna net you a bad trade and not much off the vehicle you're buying, so you are feeling gutted on the deal.

    However, when you go to sell that Toyota, you'll get more for your trade. So Toyota gets you coming, not going. So if you see the problem, you're losing on the Nissan and paying more on the Toyota. It's gonna be kinda rough.

    However, when this 4Runner is ready to go back and you get something else, you're gonna do well on your next deal because of that.

    I hope that wasn't too wordy.

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    Last question, and the question you really need to ask yourself. What's the goal for this vehicle? Is it to get out there and travel? Is your money better spent on going somewhere, rather than buying something? If you want to just own a 4Runner cause it's a 4Runner, I can't blame you, I love mine.

    If you think it will make your adventures better than they already are, it's probably less likely to do that than you think, unless those adventures require something of your Xterra that you can't currently do, then you should consider an upgrade.

    Either way, Xterra or 4Runner, you are welcome to join us here, we could always use new adventurers :)
     
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  12. May 27, 2017 at 5:39 AM
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    Fajitas,
    Thank you for your well thought out reply.
    And thanks for the inside info I will take all that into consideration. I love my Xterra, it does what it needs to do, but I was thinking an upgrade would be nice. Also I thought the five-year mark was a good time for a trade-in since it had lower mileage.
    I'm still leaning toward the forerunner, and love the styling of the TRD pro with the off-road upgrades . Keeping my options open and taking my time with the process.
    Thanks again for the input
    G
     
  13. May 27, 2017 at 7:33 AM
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    No problem GB4x4, I will toss in Toyota (other than resale) has two thing that actively help you during your ownership, not during your trade.

    1. Deep aftermarket support. Want a roof rack, there's quite a few brands to choose from.
    2. Lift Options....there are TONS, and done right can give a small lift and improve your handling / ride. I went 2" up with Bilstein shocks and the 4Runner is just perfect for our daily driving and occasional adventures.

    Take care bud, hope to see you around.
     
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  14. May 28, 2017 at 6:10 AM
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    If your not in a big rush find a dealer with an allocation and order one. That's what I did in March just was updated by the dealer should have it end of June. $43,859 OTD with remote start
     
  15. May 28, 2017 at 7:01 AM
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    Question for you regarding the remote start. Once you start the runner, and you hop inside and stick the key in the ignition, do you have to turn the engine off again and then restart? If that's the case, that SUCKS......
     
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    I put in a Compustar Remote start - aftermarket.

    I can remote start and get in, but if I touch the brake it will turn off. However, if I put in the key and turn it to "on" it will not turn off, and I"m ready to drive.

    So essentially, I DIDN'T want remote start from OEM because the aftermarkets are better.
     
  17. May 28, 2017 at 8:14 AM
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    Smart man
     
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    Good to know. I wish they had an after market heated steering wheel. I can't believe the TRD Pro does not have a heated steering wheel.
     
  19. May 29, 2017 at 6:48 AM
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    I have honestly never driven a vehicle with a heated steering wheel. When would that be handy? In snowy times?

    It's already 100+ degrees weather here, so it just simply doesn't pertain to me, just curious.
     
  20. May 29, 2017 at 7:00 AM
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    I'm in out of my vehicle on construction sites and in December,January and February when it's below zero it is a very nice option.
     
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    Gotcha. I've only been in sub zero weather 2 times in my life. We care more about cooled things than heated things down here :)
     
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    The price seems good to me! My sticker was around 44k for my TRD Pro and it doesn't have as many extras as that one...Keep us posted on what you decide!
     
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    So there is going to be a 2018 Toyota 4Runner PRO, the color of the year is suppose to be cavalry blue. I was at the dealer yesterday trying to buy a Cement 2017 PRO, but they wanted a $10k premium. I don't think my buddy paid that high of a premium for his Ford Raptor. No way I'm going to pay that, anyone have any leads of dealers not asking a ridiculous premium?
     
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    If you are not in a hurry order one for MSRP. $44,209 Cement 2 options remote start and sliding rear cargo deck. I ordered one March 28 and should have it next week its on its way from the west coast.
     
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    See they told me 10K premium even if I ordered 2018 model. That just didn't sound right. I followed a good sticky on here and shotgunned my request too as many dealers as I felt comfortable keeping track of. The offers are coming in.
     
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    If the new 18 has the 3.5 Tacoma drive train I would pass. I was VERY disappointed with my TRD Sport. Transmission was loose as a goose, Bearing noises and a bad differential that has 220K Tacomas recalled. No parts for those who took their trucks in early, just Too many issues for a new design. I will never buy a first year Toyota model again. If the 18 4Runner is as bad as the Tacoma out the gate, resale will go up for the 5th Gens

    I traded the 16 Tacoma for a used 2016 4Runner . 4WDs don't sell here as much as 2WD except for the mudders. I wanted a street vehicle with all the options the Limited has. It won't even see a dirt road.

    I liked the 4 Runner so much, I just ordered a new Limited. With all the trades I ended up paying $43K for a 2WD Limited with cargo slide. Didn't loose too much considering the maneuvering I am doing.

    Maybe $2500 in all. Thankfully I got a great price on the Tacoma initially which allowed an even trade for the 16 4Runner SR5 Premium at a Honda Dealer.

    I bought 5 vehicles from my local Toyota dealer. So they put me in a new Limited (on order) for $8700 out of pocket. Not great but not too bad. They beat two dealers who wanted over $9500 plus the SR5.
     
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