My 2020 Platinum is about $55K MSRP and I got it for $46.5K in February with approximately 3 emails.
Originally Posted by littlehulkster
Yeah, that's the problem with Toyota trucks. The dealers don't have to budge on prices. They know they will sell that pickup at sticker. TBF, while I still stand by everything I said before, I don't know if they're really worth the money as it is now. The platform is reliable, but very dated. Although I kind of take the line that none of the half tons are worth what they're charging, but it seems very few agree as well as they sell.
Originally Posted by oilpsi2high
Oh wow, I didn't think this would even get to 6 pages! So I've been in the market for a 1/2 ton for a while now. Toyota just isn't putting the cash on the hood of these trucks, mainly due to low inventory. Here's what I wanted to get: The best price I could get on that truck, a 2020 Tundra SR5 Double Cab 4x4 here in Albany NY, was $ 41,000 + TTL. By comparison, I've seen RAM 1500 Big Horn Double Cabs advertised for significantly less. I had a local dealer down to $ 35,000 + TTL on a black 2020 Ram 1500 Big Horn Quad Cab 4x4 with the Hemi. Sticker was $ 45,000. The same deals can be had on GM trucks. I haven't shopped Nissan in a while, so I am not sure what they are doing for incentives right now. In that case, it doesn't make sense to pay a six thousand dollar premium for the Toyota, because you can blow up the engine at least once in the Ram and Chevy, and still come out ahead price-wise. Toyota is still the best for Depreciation, but it's not six thousand dollars worth of a difference. I still think the Tundra 1794 Edition is the best truck for the money if your budget is $ 50,000. The interior really is that good. Everyone I had in that truck was blown away by it, and didn't even know Toyota made a luxury version of the Tundra. If your dealer has one, I urge you to check it out in person if you are curious. The pictures don't really do it justice.