I’m Out...

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    Dryfly24

    Dryfly24 Well-Known Member

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    oh and I forgot to mention, I’ve already got some nice off-road tires ordered. That is the one place I think the Toyota is really lacking. They do it for milaege, but there is no place for street tires on a truck branded “off-road” imho.
     
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    lrtexasman Well-Known Member

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    You can probably pick up close to 400 for just the tires. The 265/70/16 fits lots of trucks and suvs
     
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  3. Joe333x

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    This is what kept me from buying a taco back in 2016, i test drove a stick and driving it was not fun at all, the engine just dogged the whole time unless you really shift high in the rpms, the frontier was much funner to drive but very dated. Are they finally putting power seats in the taco in 2020? always killed me that they want 35k for a truck with no power seats.
     
  4. chrcal14

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    Way to vote with your wallet!

    I haven't yet, but my wallet is looking.
     
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    DMoney Well-Known Member

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    I have almost come home with different vehicles too. Here is a list of vehicles I went to the dealer to look at and almost came home with:
    Tacoma Sr5
    4runner sr5
    Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport
    2019 ram 1500 classic big Horn
    2019 ram 1500 wt
    2014 ram 1500 sport
    Tundra sr5 with trd PKG.
    1969 chevy C10 396 (don't ask)
     
  6. 5JeepsAz

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    Deep breaths!!!! She will be parked in your driveway very very soon!
     
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    Congrat! That Tacoma will last you a long time. I had a friend who had one he drove for over 20 years.
     
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    Dryfly24

    Dryfly24 Well-Known Member

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    Getting a lift and new tires on Tuesday. Rock sliders the following week. Clazzio leather seat covers and final graphics will arrive soon. I’m enjoying the hell out of this truck...
     
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    You don't have to meet us by the fishing hole yet!
     
  10. ZEN357

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    They are extremely nice trucks and will last a lifetime if you take care of it. I have often thought about my next 4x4 being a Tacoma TRD.
     
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    Yes power seat on driver seat and a long over due update to the very poor entune infotainment system that includes apple car play and android auto.

    Still doing nothing for its doggy performance.
     
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    NOTHING wrong with a Taco, in fact if it was not for Jeep it would be my choice...
     
  13. Mrs. SRQ JT

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    We are rethinking the Gladiator as my non-vintage pickup truck and flat tow behind our Super C coach. The FCA lack of customer care with this new release and the dealers, 5 in total, have been horrible to communicate with. They only want to convery their stock JT’s with surcharges and absolutely no discounts. What started as a very exciting launch, the Tread Lightly deal lies, and then the not for sale! JT’s sitting at the lots has us rethinking the 2020 Yukon new release. BTW we have been faithful Jeep customers for 3+ decades! And as an aside we had a great experience buying our JKUR lifted and the new JLUR.
     
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    Welcome!

    Yea the misinformation has been annoying.

    Your mention of the 2020 Yukon peaked my interest. I stumbled across this:
    http://gmauthority.com/blog/2019/05/all-next-gen-gm-suvs-to-arrive-for-2021-model-year/

    Not sure if it’s true, but might be a longer wait.

    Yukons are awesome. If we have kids, that will be the family car for sure. I had a Suburban LTZ for a number of years, mostly because I couldn’t afford a Yukon Denali, and I loved it. That’s been my favorite car ever.
     
  15. Jeepznthingz

    Jeepznthingz Well-Known Member

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    Then go back to that dealership....
     
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