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It's worth noting that the starting price listed there isn't likely to be accurate. The QR code takes you to the 2023 Tacoma and the pricing matches the 2023 pricing. They could still have the same starting price, but I wouldn't count on it.
 
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It's worth noting that the starting price listed there isn't likely to be accurate. The QR code takes you to the 2023 Tacoma and the pricing matches the 2023 pricing. They could still have the same starting price, but I wouldn't count on it.
Yea it looks like Toyota made the same error which they corrected at the Detroit show (by removing the pricing placard).
 

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Yea it looks like Toyota made the same error which they corrected at the Detroit show (by removing the pricing placard).
I'd guess they made up and sent out the same kit for a bunch of shows and didn't fully get the word out to remove that bit. Hopefully, they'll just release the actual pricing soon.
 

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The full time all wheel drive might be nice. Otherwise the rest of this trim level is not to my taste either.
Did they state it will be full time AWD capable? Or full time 4WD?
 

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Oh my....I really hope Toyota does not break my freaking heart when they release prices. This truck looks beautiful. I was the type of guy to always swear off buying anything BRAND NEW from a dealer, but I've already put my name on the list to be called for certain specs. These Tacomas are awesome looking.
 

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Oh my....I really hope Toyota does not break my freaking heart when they release prices. This truck looks beautiful. I was the type of guy to always swear off buying anything BRAND NEW from a dealer, but I've already put my name on the list to be called for certain specs. These Tacomas are awesome looking.
They’re gonna be pricey out the gate expect that much - there’s a lot of demand for new tech mid size improved mpg rigs. On top of that the new tacos look killer.
Play out the hypotheticals tho with current financing costs, cooling economy, record consumer credit card debt…you fast forward a year from now to ‘24 election season that puts seasonality for autos in the buyer’s favor. It could be the best time to buy a new rig since the pandemic lows (remember 0% financing for 72 months w/everybody on lockdown..)

cost to manufacture tho is a totally different animal. A lot of people think that dis-inflation means pricing comes down. Top trims hover at $60K base, if they land @ ~$55k base, then I look at my GFC RTT as a discount when I bolt that & a winch on my setup
 

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Seeing this makes me very glad I put in for wind chill pearl. I was iffy on going back to a white vehicle especially sense I love my red metallic Camry paint, but this looks beautiful, going to lool amazing blacked out
 

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They’re gonna be pricey out the gate expect that much - there’s a lot of demand for new tech mid size improved mpg rigs. On top of that the new tacos look killer.
Play out the hypotheticals tho with current financing costs, cooling economy, record consumer credit card debt…you fast forward a year from now to ‘24 election season that puts seasonality for autos in the buyer’s favor. It could be the best time to buy a new rig since the pandemic lows (remember 0% financing for 72 months w/everybody on lockdown..)

cost to manufacture tho is a totally different animal. A lot of people think that dis-inflation means pricing comes down. Top trims hover at $60K base, if they land @ ~$55k base, then I look at my GFC RTT as a discount when I bolt that & a winch on my setup
I honestly do not remember 0% financing for 72 months during lockdowns, but then again I'm very dismissive of car commercials/ads - especially when not in the market for a vehicle. So, are you saying that Fall 2024 is typically the best time for possibly seeing lower financing and offers? I presume it is due to Toyotathon aka end of year sales goals needing to be met.

I'd sure hate to wait for Fall 2024 to only be offered the same financing or worse financing as my local Federal Credit Union. My FCU is solid with offering low rates to members.
 
 


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