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Automotive News May 1, 2024

What is a good price for a 2018 Toyota Tacoma?

What is a good price for a 2018 Toyota Tacoma?

How much should a Tacoma cost?

There's a lot of competition for the title of most affordable midsize pickup, so we've taken a look at our favorite picks and their prices to find out.

What's most affordable? The Colorado Z71 also has a six-speed manual transmission, but you can't get the manual on the base model. In addition, the Z71 gets several niceties, including LED headlamps, blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and a backup camera. If you buy one of the XL or XLT, you also get four-wheel drive as standard equipment, in addition to the aforementioned lane-departure warning and backup camera. The base Ranger comes with only two-wheel drive, and it doesn't have the same options as the other two models.

Our second-most-affordable midsize pickup is the 2024 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel 5. It's not as economical as the Colorado Z71, but it does get a standard V6 turbodiesel engine, a five-speed automatic transmission, and all-wheel drive as standard equipment. The truck has a five-inch touchscreen display, a rearview camera, and a trailer brake controller. It's the top-of-the-line model, with available 6.2-liter V8 engine and a 10-speed automatic transmission. Other features include a navigation system, a remote starter, a trailer sway control system, and a trailer brake controller.

What is a good price for a 2018 Toyota Tacoma?

I have an 07 FJ-Cruiser, I love my truck, but am trying to trade it in for a new one, the price I get is a bit much. I was told this is normal, but the market value of what I have is listed as only 9800. I'm guessing that's before taxes, is this right?

It doesn't matter if you trade or sell, the price you'll see on the odometer is just the odometer reading. The price you actually pay for the vehicle could be much higher. If you do need to sell it, your best bet is to simply take your best offer, without considering any profit, and be happy. It is important to understand that many factors play a role in the final sale price.

So while the "market value" is just the odometer reading, the actual "sale price" will be much, much more. My wife and I bought our FJ Cruiser in 2024, had a bad transmission, and Toyota was a little reluctant to warranty it. They are now covering everything and I've even been able to convince them to add a new clutch and cover, so the value is much better than what I thought it was worth at the time. That doesn't include title or tax but that's just out of our control. It's basically what we can get. We'll get less than that since the value isn't what we thought, plus we've had many issues in the past 5 years and they have covered them all, even though I'm not sure who should have replaced the transmission initially.

Yes, the cost of the vehicle will definitely impact how much you can get for it, but if you aren't happy with the price and aren't getting an acceptable deal for your investment, then why bother to keep it? To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater. You currently have 0 posts.

How much is a Toyota Tacoma truck worth?

2017 toyota tacoma price How much is a Toyota Tacoma truck worth?

That's a question I can never seem to get right.

The question is a bit trickier than one might think because any list, including our list of the 11 most-valued pickups in the country, would be meaningless without something against which to measure. So where do we start? Is it a "blue book" value? You see, the book is actually a guide (hence the name) to the market of used cars and truck values on the open market. We don't just take the starting price and make some adjustments. We don't just buy one book for the whole year and just work from there. And no, we don't make any assumptions about where the vehicle will come from, or if it will have any issues, or how a "used" vehicle should behave.

Instead, we start at the top. First, there's a base list that is published every six months. The vehicles are sorted into several categories -- the "most popular," the "10 most common," the "newest," and so on -- then we start looking at the prices. Each vehicle on the list is assigned a relative position, or ranking, that determines which vehicles sell more quickly and which vehicles may be harder to find. For example, a vehicle from 2024 that we'll call the Ford F-150 would rank higher than one from 2024.

So it takes some work to create that initial list, and a few years of work in making adjustments and fine-tuning every time the list comes out. After all, the vehicle market changes constantly, and manufacturers change as well. So to keep things up to date, we're continually adjusting the list to reflect those changes.

The second part of the question is a little trickier than the first, and that's what we'll address first: Where does your truck sit among the Toyota Tacoma? Our truck buyers did a lot of research before buying their Tacoma, though it wasn't much research. They knew what they were looking for and wanted, which is different from the general public, who might think to go online to gather information.

How much should I pay for a 2017 Tacoma?

I am looking for a new car to replace my current 2024 Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport. I have been researching and I am not sure if I should buy the Tacoma or the 2024 Honda Ridgeline. I love the Tacoma but it seems like it is less reliable than the Ridgeline. I would like to hear opinions from those that have had the Tacoma before.

I think you are paying too much for what you want. That Tacoma has great looks and a nice sound system and is a lot of fun to drive. But how much fun is that going to be when it gets into the 20's on gas? Not as much fun as you will have in your Ridgeline. Do you really need an SUV to haul and haul a lot of stuff? My truck tows all my trailer and will tow the boat.

You could always get a small car, which will have plenty of storage capacity and a better fuel economy than the truck. That is my feeling too. I have a 2024 Toyota Tundra. When I look at other Toyotas, they are more expensive. I just want a comfortable and safe ride. I don't know why I'm going to be paying so much for this truck when there are several sedans, midsize SUVs, and compact cars that would be cheaper and more comfortable. The only problem with the Toyota's is the power isn't all that great.

The only way to be certain of what you are getting is to have the truck inspected before you buy it. Ask the dealership if they have any history of transmission problems, or if there have been any complaints about the body rusting on them. If you are in the military, they have a great incentive to inspect and service the vehicles.

I've owned the Tacoma and love it. I traded in my previous truck after 18 months because it was getting old and I didn't want to spend another 18 months of my life with it. The big problem is that I don't feel I can live with a truck for much longer. I like the Tacoma and I'd buy another one.

A friend of mine has a 2024. He loves it. That's where my decision is coming from.

I looked at the Ridgeline before buying my Tacoma.

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