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Link Posted: 9/14/2020 1:25:42 PM EST
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Originally Posted By midcap:
Dayum.....someone got a hell of a deal on this

2011 TOYOTA TUNDRA 2WD TRUCK DOUBLE CAB SR5

118,000 miles for $4600 plus fees

NADA clean retail is $17,000, rough trade is 12k



Going to need a new front bumber at least and then some fab work to weld the spring purch back on, maybe a new drive shaft.

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Do you know what engine that truck has? If it's the 5.7 you've struck gold.

You could part that truck out and quadruple your investment without ever turning a wrench and breaking a sweat towards a rebuild.






Link Posted: 9/14/2020 1:46:10 PM EST
At a certain point, I realized that as a personal vehicle it's financially insane to own a pickup truck. You can get a decent small SUV for 1/4 the cost, and rent a truck when you need it, and be so financially ahead it's not funny. And, that also extends to maintenance, tire costs, mileage/gas, etc.

Trucks are a financial black hole unless you make your living with it.

I know that's a slap in the dick to people who love their trucks, but I'm not talking about passion, I merely mean financial good sense.
Link Posted: 9/14/2020 1:49:59 PM EST
I like the used prices, that's why I sold mine last month. I'll sell my new truck in nine years for good money too
Link Posted: 9/14/2020 1:54:18 PM EST
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Originally Posted By swingset:
At a certain point, I realized that as a personal vehicle it's financially insane to own a pickup truck. You can get a decent small SUV for 1/4 the cost, and rent a truck when you need it, and be so financially ahead it's not funny. And, that also extends to maintenance, tire costs, mileage/gas, etc.

Trucks are a financial black hole unless you make your living with it.

I know that's a slap in the dick to people who love their trucks, but I'm not talking about passion, I merely mean financial good sense.
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Huh? Most pickups start in low to mid 30s same range as most suvs.
Link Posted: 9/14/2020 2:25:44 PM EST
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Originally Posted By swingset:
At a certain point, I realized that as a personal vehicle it's financially insane to own a pickup truck. You can get a decent small SUV for 1/4 the cost, and rent a truck when you need it, and be so financially ahead it's not funny. And, that also extends to maintenance, tire costs, mileage/gas, etc.

Trucks are a financial black hole unless you make your living with it.

I know that's a slap in the dick to people who love their trucks, but I'm not talking about passion, I merely mean financial good sense.
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I could say the same thing about buying a small SUV instead of a sedan. Sedans are much less expensive, you're not carrying the dead weight of a wannabe SUV around, saving money on maintenance, tire cost, & fuel. There is nothing most small SUVs can do that a sedan can't.

At least with a pickup, the suspension components and drivetrain are built to withstand "pickup" use, so under lighter use they hold up really well. For example, at 220,000 miles, my pickup's front end is original other than shocks. This is with a relatively heavy steel bumper with a grille guard on it for 140,000 miles now. Most small SUVs would be needing ball joints, etc by 100k miles. Being a heavier vehicle built on a car chassis is not a benefit.
Link Posted: 9/14/2020 2:29:10 PM EST
Originally Posted By onthebreeze:
I am hoping for a price collapse soon to score a deal on a new or newer Tundra. Maybe once all the "$0 for the first 90 days of a loan or lease" get turned back in???

It's crazy.
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Same here.  I've got about 2 years before I am able to purchase a truck, so i'm hoping the market will have more sanity in it by then.


Originally Posted By vitapak:
@greenranger Titans are rumored to be gone soon last I heard. Frontiers are sticking around.

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The Frontier is supposed to get a makeover for 2021.  I think i've narrowed my search down to a Frontier.
Link Posted: 9/14/2020 2:38:05 PM EST
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Originally Posted By dreiwhit:


Same here.  I've got about 2 years before I am able to purchase a truck, so i'm hoping the market will have more sanity in it by then.




The Frontier is supposed to get a makeover for 2021.  I think i've narrowed my search down to a Frontier.
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The new frontier already has the new engine and stuff under the hood.  They are releasing a new body generation next year.
Link Posted: 9/14/2020 2:51:47 PM EST
[Last Edit: 9/14/2020 2:52:00 PM EST by OregonShooter]
Just saw a 2015 Ford F250 Crew cab King Ranch diesel 4x4 with 30K miles go for 45K at a farm auction in South Dakota. That seems absolutely crazy to me for auction prices.
Link Posted: 9/14/2020 3:06:17 PM EST
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Originally Posted By OregonShooter:
Just saw a 2015 Ford F250 Crew cab King Ranch diesel 4x4 with 30K miles go for 45K at a farm auction in South Dakota. That seems absolutely crazy to me for auction prices.
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Down here you would have people lining up for that price, so I am not surprised to see it go for that at auction.
Link Posted: 9/14/2020 3:17:53 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Orion_Shall_Rise:

Huh? Most pickups start in low to mid 30s same range as most suvs.
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I said small SUV, which are usually $5-8k cheaper than a truck with comparable interior room. And, they have a steeper fall off gently used, so factor in a bigger depreciation hit then they're REALLY cheaper. I got a loaded Kia Sportage with 50,000 miles of warranty left for $16,000. Think a truck exists that matches that? In your fucking dreams. It hauls a lot too, all but 4x8 stuff where I can rent a truck for the day and be done with it....or tow a cheap trailer.

Regardless, swap sedan if you want, trucks have gotten stupid expensive and for most people they actually make zero sense financially but people want what they want. Which, fine.
Link Posted: 10/11/2020 9:30:47 AM EST
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Originally Posted By swingset:

I said small SUV, which are usually $5-8k cheaper than a truck with comparable interior room. And, they have a steeper fall off gently used, so factor in a bigger depreciation hit then they're REALLY cheaper. I got a loaded Kia Sportage with 50,000 miles of warranty left for $16,000. Think a truck exists that matches that? In your fucking dreams. It hauls a lot too, all but 4x8 stuff where I can rent a truck for the day and be done with it....or tow a cheap trailer.

Regardless, swap sedan if you want, trucks have gotten stupid expensive and for most people they actually make zero sense financially but people want what they want. Which, fine.
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What's the year and actual mileage of the Sportage? I think I may get a small SUV next time I need a vehicle. Fortunately, that shouldn't be for some time.

@swingset
Link Posted: 10/11/2020 9:36:31 AM EST
I wonder if my wife and I could trade in her 2018 gasser F250 for a new one with the 7.3 liter in it and do OK.
Link Posted: 10/11/2020 10:23:17 AM EST
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Originally Posted By foxxnhound:
I wonder if my wife and I could trade in her 2018 gasser F250 for a new one with the 7.3 liter in it and do OK.
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Probably
Link Posted: 10/11/2020 11:20:13 AM EST
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Originally Posted By oldbutspry:



What's the year and actual mileage of the Sportage? I think I may get a small SUV next time I need a vehicle. Fortunately, that shouldn't be for some time.

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@oldbutspry

I bought my 2016 Sportage with 20,800 miles on it in 2018. If you get a CPO vehicle, you'll get the full transferrable 5/60 10/100,000 warranty, which is great on a used low-mileage vehicle.
Link Posted: 10/11/2020 11:24:08 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Hunduh:
Buddy of mine just sold his 70k mile 2006 Suburban (granted it's super clean and a 2500 chassis) for $17k........it's an 8 -9k car at best



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That's a $90k vehicle new.   They also stopped making the 2500 chassis suburban from 2015 to 2018 I think it was, so there was an availability gap.

Used car prices are nuts because new cars are nuts.
Link Posted: 10/11/2020 7:42:48 PM EST
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Originally Posted By midcap:
Dayum.....someone got a hell of a deal on this

2011 TOYOTA TUNDRA 2WD TRUCK DOUBLE CAB SR5

118,000 miles for $4600 plus fees

NADA clean retail is $17,000, rough trade is 12k



Going to need a new front bumber at least and then some fab work to weld the spring purch back on, maybe a new drive shaft.

https://vis.iaai.com/resizer?imageKeys=28156312~SID~B414~S0~I1~RW2592~H1944~TH0&width=845&height=633

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Unless that Tundra has rear wheel steering, it's had a huge impact on at least the right rear wheel.  In other words, it's fucked.  And the front bumper being ripped off to the front?  Wtf.  Salvage title I bet.
Link Posted: 10/11/2020 7:46:54 PM EST
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Originally Posted By slrzlh:
I just traded a beat up 2007 Tacoma with 160,000 miles for $7500.
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Buddy bought an 07 prerunner trd sport with 120k miles 3 years ago for 13k. 80-85% condition.

Bet your truck will be listed at 12k.
Link Posted: 10/11/2020 7:53:15 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Lawmonkey:



I would never sell that truck.

It will run forever.
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Selling my 2006 2500 is my biggest vehicle related regret.
Link Posted: 10/11/2020 7:55:22 PM EST
Motivational thread!

My mom has a 2000 Silverado LT 5.3L extended cab, loaded with premium alluminum wheels, tow, LSD, premium factory stereo, fog lights, bucket seats, ect... Runs like new with 60K miles! Interior is mint.

Issues are she hit the neighbors mailbox at < 5 mph and put a good sized dent on the side of the passenger bed box and the clear coat is popping off bad.  I think that's a common issue I've never experienced before, fuckin GM.  The AC doesn't work well anymore either.  No other issues...at all.

I'm thinking I should find a paintless dent repair place to pull that dent out and then have Maaco or some place do a cheap paint job to sell it.  Not sure what it would sell for?  I have zero experience with paintless dent repair or shops like Maaco.  Any advice or cost estimates?  I can do pics when the sun comes up.    

Link Posted: 10/11/2020 8:01:12 PM EST
Heck, I might sell my white 1-owner 2006 V8 AWD 4Runner Sport as well.  It's 100% mint and 90k miles all options.  Hard to estimate a sell price because I'm not seeing anything comparable nationwide on Autotrader and FB Marketplace only shows me 100mi out.  I need money for the upcoming GD Thailand/Vietnam/Cambodia field trip.
Link Posted: 10/11/2020 8:46:22 PM EST
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Originally Posted By swingset:
At a certain point, I realized that as a personal vehicle it's financially insane to own a pickup truck. You can get a decent small SUV for 1/4 the cost, and rent a truck when you need it, and be so financially ahead it's not funny. And, that also extends to maintenance, tire costs, mileage/gas, etc.

Trucks are a financial black hole unless you make your living with it.

I know that's a slap in the dick to people who love their trucks, but I'm not talking about passion, I merely mean financial good sense.
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Slap my dick again **that’s my fetish**
Link Posted: 10/11/2020 9:10:10 PM EST
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Originally Posted By NotAFudd:


https://www.AR15.Com/media/mediaFiles/284263/37F58E37-05D3-48B8-B9B0-7AC875BD6918_jpe-1631557.JPG

Slap my dick again **that's my fetish**
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Do the depreciation math sometime, and then apply it to a transferable MG that will only gain in value and be just as fun.

*slap*
Link Posted: 10/31/2020 6:54:06 AM EST
Prices still crazy?
Link Posted: 10/31/2020 7:05:10 AM EST
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Originally Posted By swingset:
At a certain point, I realized that as a personal vehicle it's financially insane to own a pickup truck. You can get a decent small SUV for 1/4 the cost, and rent a truck when you need it, and be so financially ahead it's not funny. And, that also extends to maintenance, tire costs, mileage/gas, etc.

Trucks are a financial black hole unless you make your living with it.

I know that's a slap in the dick to people who love their trucks, but I'm not talking about passion, I merely mean financial good sense.
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Wut.

In January I bought a new truck for 24K.

Link to a new 4x4 SUV for 6K?
Link Posted: 11/6/2020 3:38:12 PM EST
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Originally Posted By JAD762:


Wut.

In January I bought a new truck for 24K.

Link to a new 4x4 SUV for 6K?
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Originally Posted By JAD762:
Originally Posted By swingset:
At a certain point, I realized that as a personal vehicle it's financially insane to own a pickup truck. You can get a decent small SUV for 1/4 the cost, and rent a truck when you need it, and be so financially ahead it's not funny. And, that also extends to maintenance, tire costs, mileage/gas, etc.

Trucks are a financial black hole unless you make your living with it.

I know that's a slap in the dick to people who love their trucks, but I'm not talking about passion, I merely mean financial good sense.


Wut.

In January I bought a new truck for 24K.

Link to a new 4x4 SUV for 6K?



Dang, what kind of new truck did you get for 24k?

@JAD762
Link Posted: 11/6/2020 4:01:15 PM EST
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Originally Posted By oldbutspry:



Dang, what kind of new truck did you get for 24k?

@JAD762
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@oldbutspry

I bought a new 2019 Nissan Frontier in early January, 2020.  It, and their other 2019's, were all on sale.

6cyl, 4x4, quad cab, short bed, SV.  100K total coverage warranty, 200K drive train warranty.

Link Posted: 11/9/2020 1:32:46 PM EST
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Originally Posted By JAD762:


@oldbutspry

I bought a new 2019 Nissan Frontier in early January, 2020.  It, and their other 2019's, were all on sale.

6cyl, 4x4, quad cab, short bed, SV.  100K total coverage warranty, 200K drive train warranty.

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I tried finding that crazy warranty info..was.it standard or extra? On top of the 24,000?.then add taxes etc...?
I've been looking at frontiers as they are a little smaller and I'm not really needing a bigger truck.
Link Posted: 11/9/2020 5:57:31 PM EST
Originally Posted By AmericanPeople:
Let's do Cash for Clunkers again and destroy perfectly adequate vehicles.
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It's coming
Link Posted: 11/9/2020 6:34:42 PM EST
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Originally Posted By s10nova:


I tried finding that crazy warranty info..was.it standard or extra? On top of the 24,000?.then add taxes etc...?
I've been looking at frontiers as they are a little smaller and I'm not really needing a bigger truck.
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The warranty was one of the incentives to buy the truck.  The only place I saw that deal offered was St. Charles Nissan outside of St. Louis, MO.  Like I said, it was January of 2020 & they were blowing out their 2019's.

It was included in the 24K price tag.  That was before taxes.  ETA - Just for the sake of transparency, that was also after they gave me $750 trade in value on my beat to crap 2005 Jeep Liberty.

One of my kid's teachers liked my truck and decided to get one a month or two ago.  He said he had a hard time even finding one in stock.  Don't know where or what specifically he was looking at though.

All in all I like it.  It fits comfortably in my garage and has handled the light off roading I do easily.
Link Posted: 11/9/2020 9:45:27 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Winston_Wolf:
... wonder what I could get for my 2004 2500 Dodge Ram diesel w/52,000 miles on it
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Nice looking truck
Link Posted: 11/10/2020 6:12:01 AM EST
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Originally Posted By JAD762:


@oldbutspry

I bought a new 2019 Nissan Frontier in early January, 2020.  It, and their other 2019's, were all on sale.

6cyl, 4x4, quad cab, short bed, SV.  100K total coverage warranty, 200K drive train warranty.

https://www.AR15.Com/media/mediaFiles/266317/F1BBB96F-9ECE-4D84-8C63-E95E11DA106B-1466546.jpg
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Originally Posted By JAD762:
Originally Posted By oldbutspry:



Dang, what kind of new truck did you get for 24k?

@JAD762


@oldbutspry

I bought a new 2019 Nissan Frontier in early January, 2020.  It, and their other 2019's, were all on sale.

6cyl, 4x4, quad cab, short bed, SV.  100K total coverage warranty, 200K drive train warranty.

https://www.AR15.Com/media/mediaFiles/266317/F1BBB96F-9ECE-4D84-8C63-E95E11DA106B-1466546.jpg



Looks like you got a great deal on that truck!
Link Posted: 11/11/2020 6:03:51 PM EST
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Originally Posted By JAD762:


The warranty was one of the incentives to buy the truck.  The only place I saw that deal offered was St. Charles Nissan outside of St. Louis, MO.  Like I said, it was January of 2020 & they were blowing out their 2019's.

It was included in the 24K price tag.  That was before taxes.  ETA - Just for the sake of transparency, that was also after they gave me $750 trade in value on my beat to crap 2005 Jeep Liberty.

One of my kid's teachers liked my truck and decided to get one a month or two ago.  He said he had a hard time even finding one in stock.  Don't know where or what specifically he was looking at though.

All in all I like it.  It fits comfortably in my garage and has handled the light off roading I do easily.
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That's great. Glad you got it,
me on the other hand I'm getting ticked off lol.
Got off the phone with two credit unions and yeah this markets gonzo..
Both vehicles I've looked at the individual sellers are asking like 4 or 5k above bluebook and NADA value making it tough to get a loan.
I really want a GM v8 product to familiarize myself more with the motors etc..as I'm interested in motor swaps/hot rodding etc..
It's a whole new day and age of "I know what I got" lol.

Link Posted: 11/11/2020 6:18:53 PM EST
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How much for my 2014 F150 XLT SCREW 4x4 5.0 with 128k?
Link Posted: 11/11/2020 6:21:55 PM EST
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Originally Posted By swingset:
At a certain point, I realized that as a personal vehicle it's financially insane to own a pickup truck. You can get a decent small SUV for 1/4 the cost, and rent a truck when you need it, and be so financially ahead it's not funny. And, that also extends to maintenance, tire costs, mileage/gas, etc.

Trucks are a financial black hole unless you make your living with it.

I know that's a slap in the dick to people who love their trucks, but I'm not talking about passion, I merely mean financial good sense.
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I'm leasing a 2019 Silverado for $240/month. 3 years/30K miles will cost me $10K including taxes, plates, transfer fees, everything.
I'm not an actuary or appraisal specialist, but I find it hard to imagine that the truck will be worth only $10K less than new after 3 years use and 30K on the clock.
When resale value is very high, leasing can be a great deal.
Link Posted: 11/22/2020 11:32:42 AM EST

Anybody buying used trucks this week?
Link Posted: 11/22/2020 8:03:01 PM EST
Makes me glad I've kept this truck.  I bought it new in 2006 and it only has 49k on it.  I only use it occasionally but need it for heavy trailers I have.  I've had people try to buy it but if I sold it I'd just have to find something else and in this market I'd be crazy to do so.

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Link Posted: 11/22/2020 8:05:59 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Winston_Wolf:
... wonder what I could get for my 2004 2500 Dodge Ram diesel w/52,000 miles on it
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A new transmission?

Sorry.  I couldn’t help myself.
Link Posted: 11/22/2020 10:38:48 PM EST
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Originally Posted By gomulego:
Makes me glad I've kept this truck.  I bought it new in 2006 and it only has 49k on it.  I only use it occasionally but need it for heavy trailers I have.  I've had people try to buy it but if I sold it I'd just have to find something else and in this market I'd be crazy to do so.

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I have a 2000 f350 4 door with the diesel and only 90,000 mi on it and there's no way I could replace it if I sell it
Link Posted: 11/23/2020 10:37:23 AM EST
My wife has a 2019 f150 lariat.

She has an offer from the Ford dealership for 85 percent of what she paid with 35 k miles.  

The damn new trucks are so ridiculous priced, so folks are buying used. This drives up prices.
Link Posted: 11/23/2020 10:40:04 AM EST
Good, I have an 01 2500HD gaser that I need to sell and I’m a year it dropped in the KBB 3k from when I picked it up.
Link Posted: 11/23/2020 10:46:23 AM EST
Jeep market is always nuts.  I had a hard time paying what i just did for a 14 rubicon x but oh well.

I should sell my 14 cummins w 51k on it.  $50k any takers?
Link Posted: 11/23/2020 10:54:02 AM EST
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Hmmm, 2015 Taco TRDORDC with cap under 3k, wonder what I can get for it right now.

Never drive it in the winter and in the summer I have much more fun things to drive.

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Link Posted: 12/3/2020 11:58:11 AM EST
I agree. Why would you pay $34,000 for a three year old truck when the same one (or close to it) is $40,000 brand new?
Link Posted: 12/5/2020 8:24:09 AM EST

Nobody is talking about expensive trucks anymore. Did the bottom fall out of the market and everybody found themselves a great deal?
Link Posted: 12/5/2020 8:53:10 AM EST
I ordered my 2012 Ram 3500 brand new. Base model crew ST with 6.7 diesel, G56 manual, 4x4, 3.73s, rear locker, standard rear wheel, power windows and locks, rubber floor. Was mid 40s.

Lifted on 20s with 35in Toyo MTs. Deleted and 2nd gen turbo swap. Truck has 22,000mi right now as I put it up over winter, never seen snow or salt for that matter.

Local dodge dealers have all offered me more than I originally bought it for.
Link Posted: 12/5/2020 8:56:10 AM EST
From what I've seen, I should be able to sell my F150 for close to what I paid for it when I leave Guam in a couple years
Link Posted: 12/5/2020 9:01:15 AM EST
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Originally Posted By ag04blast:


Was barely a factor.  Details of CFC's minimal effect on the car market have been posted tons of times here.
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Who was the source for this proof?  Snopes.
Link Posted: 12/5/2020 9:04:19 AM EST
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Originally Posted By swingset:
At a certain point, I realized that as a personal vehicle it's financially insane to own a pickup truck. You can get a decent small SUV for 1/4 the cost, and rent a truck when you need it, and be so financially ahead it's not funny. And, that also extends to maintenance, tire costs, mileage/gas, etc.

Trucks are a financial black hole unless you make your living with it.

I know that's a slap in the dick to people who love their trucks, but I'm not talking about passion, I merely mean financial good sense.
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If the cost difference between a car a truck is that big of a deal, you’re financially fucked anyways.
Link Posted: 12/5/2020 9:34:20 AM EST
Cool. When my Ram hits 100k , I can sell if for 35k.
Link Posted: 12/7/2020 11:18:04 AM EST
Family member just posted this.. seems insane. She's a realtor.

I am finally letting my beloved 4-runner go to a new home - my favorite vehicle ever! This 2003 limited edition with a V-8 engine was purchased new in 2004 and has 181,200 miles. Leather interior with heated seats is in excellent condition. Lots of upgrades! Asking $8500. If interested PM me! All recommended services were performed on time by Toyota.
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