Price history

Asked by Aug 06, 2015 at 01:48 AM about the 2013 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab LB V6 4WD

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

hi there. I was wondering why a car
would show a price increase. For
instance a truck shows that it had a
$13,599 price increase. And that it
has been listed for 49days on the
site and 48days at the dealer ship.
It's the only car I've seen with a price
increase. Thanks.

1 Answer

28,435

Did you consider it might just be a mistake? Prices of cars , especially newer ones rarely increase in price, a 13,000 increase? REALLY? And, it's not a particularly unique vehicle, lots of these can be purchased new. What's the total price they're asking or are you saying that this truck is listed as $13,599 and this is higher than it was before? Here's a link to the trade in value for a typical car like you're describing. http://www.kbb.com/toyota/tacoma-double-cab/2013-toyota-tacoma- double-cab/prerunner-pickup-4d-6-ft/?vehicleid=381675&intent=trade-in- sell

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