I found some blue TRD Pro’s on Auto Trader but there $54,000. I’d pay list but not a jacked up price. I can get the off road for $35,000ish around here.
The dealership I bought my Tundra from also had a cement TRD Pro Tacoma and 4runner. If I was a millionaire, I would’ve bought all three. Anyway, they did work with me on the price of my TRD Pro Tundra. Both my Tundra and that Tacoma were pretty much the same price. For shits and giggles, I asked if they would discount the price the same on the Tacoma and they said “absolutely not, we don’t have to discount the Tacomas, especially the pros, they just sell”. It’s crazy that you can buy a full-size truck for the same price as a Tacoma, or even cheaper in my case. I definitely like the Tacoma, if I didn’t need a full-size truck, I would’ve gone with the Tacoma.I found some blue TRD Pro’s on Auto Trader but there $54,000. I’d pay list but not a jacked up price. I can get the off road for $35,000ish around here.
At least take the ZR2 for a test drive before passing it over.Are you dead set on the Toyota? If not I would look at the Chevy/GMC Colorado ZR2, it has the higher ground clearance, lockers, and is about the same price as the PRO. Also you have the option of gas or diesel. Just thinking out loud here, good luck with your search.
I have the Cement double cab long bed Off Road with leather. You have to search but once I started the dealers quickly started offering deals once the end of the month rolled around. I bought mine on the last day of the month it is was a dollar or two less the $45K sticker and I paid $39K. deals can be found. Pro models are not the same case dealers will sell them at MSRP all day long.Yes, just found out that you can get a 4 door TRD OR with leather. That package comes with a sunroof too.