Trade-in / Trade-up on a year newer Truck.

Asked by Sep 11, 2016 at 02:06 AM about the 2017 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab V6 TRD Sport

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I have a 2016 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 all access w/ 4
cylinder.engine. Wanting more out  of my Toyota Tacoma, I am
looking to Trade-up on a V-6 all access TRD Sport 4x4
Package. Will a dealer work with me and can! I get a fair price
for what I have already paid in on this Truck, which is over half
the total amount due. ?

2 Answers

232,875

I'm sure any dealer will take your truck on trade. As far as a fair price, it's up to you to negotiate a deal. Like your expecting, don't expect much, you will be take a big hit since it is fairly new. It's all in the numbers and what they can sell the truck for. Most dealers want a $3-5K profit on a used vehicle. From the guides, expect to get around $23K. They will low ball you though at first for much less. Good luck.

21,795

Any dealer will be happy to take that trade and sell a new truck- they will put your almost new truck back on the lot and get twice what they will give you- this works out so good for them and so bad for you- bottom line, no matter how good they make it look on paper, you will lose tons of money- probably everything you have already paid- dealers show up everyday with big smiles on their faces just for deals like this- if you just HAVE to move up, you would be better off selling the truck privately and paying off your loan first- if you can- really, anyway you go, it will cost you- are you really that anxious to be cooler and more powerful? That truck you have sounds pretty cool to me-

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