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ALL BS aside, how far have domestic trucks come?


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Search continues. That low mileage 2016 Tacoma is a 2WD. They have the wrong photo showing an obvious 4WD with TRD off road decal on rear quarter. Back to jonesin for a Used, low mileage late model Tundra...

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"All BS aside"?? I'm out

Yes it's telling you that in 2019 the Big 3 trucks outsold Tundras roughly 6:1, 8:1, and 9:1 (Ram, GM, Ford respectively).       

Ahhh, to be young enough to have to worry about whether you'll get 100,000 miles on your truck before a major repair! 

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Are you looking around metro Boston?More dealer competition = lower prices

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19 hours ago, Dogwood said:

Are you looking around metro Boston?More dealer competition = lower prices

No. I’m only looking in Maine right now, and won’t buy a used truck I can’t see in person...and would need to bring it here without any border drama, etc., to have my mechanic lift and inspect it before I sign on dotted line. I am provincial in every aspect of my life. It’s a disease.

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44 minutes ago, Brad Eden said:

No. I’m only looking in Maine right now, and won’t buy a used truck I can’t see in person...and would need to bring it here without any border drama, etc., to have my mechanic lift and inspect it before I sign on dotted lone. I am provincial in every aspect of my life. It’s a disease.

 

I guess that's consistent with being self-proclaimed curmudgeon.  Good luck with the search.

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