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Old 02-07-2010, 10:53 AM
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What is used 2010 truck worth?

KBB and NADA don't have anything on 2010. How do I find out what a 2010 Supercrew XLE is worth? It has a 1000k miles and hasn't seen rain/snow. As it stands now it probably won't be driven until April (unless it is sold).

Yes, it is mine.

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Old 02-07-2010, 11:22 AM
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As a start I would write down the price new. Then write down the price of a used 2009 similarly equipped. Then see what the halfway point between the two figures is. I would guess the worth of the used 2010 is somewhere around that figure, or less.
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Old 02-07-2010, 11:59 AM
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Take the sticker price minus the rebates offered now and 25% off

That's how most dealers find price on most newer used that have no listed book value
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Old 02-07-2010, 03:09 PM
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1,000k miles? So an 2010 used with 1 million miles on it. Sounds like a mule that hasn't seen rain. But seriously, why sell it. The truck will be fine to drive in the winter. I am guess I am confused someone would buy a truck then want to resell it nearly immediately. Either way, it will be considerably less than you might think. It isn't new so like said before take the sticker price, minus rebates and take another 10-25% off of that.
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Old 02-07-2010, 03:27 PM
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I know that my '09 is only 5 months old and is already $10k in the hole. I have 12k miles on it.
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How do I find out what a 2010 Supercrew XLE is worth? It has a 1000k miles and hasn't seen rain/snow.
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I know that my '09 is only 5 months old and is already $10k in the hole. I have 12k miles on it.
If you post the vin number we can look at the sticker. I would think roughly $10000 - $12000 less than the number on the sticker. There is still a demand for used trucks because too many don't what to buy a new one. The result is that used truck are selling at close to the cost of a new one, maybe $2k less.

I paid $29k for my truck back in 2008, but you can pick up one just like today for $30k.

Truck like mine on ebay

Window sticker of the ebay truck and mine has heated seats.
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Old 02-07-2010, 04:24 PM
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If you post the vin number we can look at the sticker. I would think roughly $10000 - $12000 less than the number on the sticker. There is still a demand for used trucks because too many don't what to buy a new one. The result is that used truck are selling at close to the cost of a new one, maybe $2k less.

I paid $29k for my truck back in 2008, but you can pick up one just like today for $30k.

Truck like mine on ebay

Window sticker of the ebay truck and mine has heated seats.
You mean they can ASK 30K. No way no how is it worth that, sorry. Thanks
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Old 02-07-2010, 04:31 PM
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How come you want to sell it...just curious?
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Old 02-07-2010, 05:56 PM
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Hello... the vin is 1FTE W1C 86AF A94492 I bought it I think November 20th

Hate to say why.. I may get creamed on this board

Wife kept nagging me that I needed a "big boy truck" as I was driving a GMC Canyon.. well......

I want a tacoma.... this truck is just too big...

let the ridiculing begin ... no you may not have my wife... I may get used to it... and change my mind. but until then I am putting the mileage on a relatives car while they are in florida until April (I am in Kansas).
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Old 02-07-2010, 06:22 PM
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i would keep it if i was you. You will soon get used to the size. I went from a car the size of a mini to a Screw with 6.5ft bed. Took a few months of getting used to for sure but now its easy to drive around and park. You are gonna take a massive hit when you sell it and if size is the only reason then it's a stupid reason to sell it.
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Hello... the vin is 1FTE W1C 86AF A94492 I bought it I think November 20th

Hate to say why.. I may get creamed on this board

Wife kept nagging me that I needed a "big boy truck" as I was driving a GMC Canyon.. well......

I want a tacoma.... this truck is just too big...

let the ridiculing begin ... no you may not have my wife... I may get used to it... and change my mind. but until then I am putting the mileage on a relatives car while they are in florida until April (I am in Kansas).
You have only had it 3 months. Give it another try. I personally like the Canyons- in crew cab. I would advise against a Toyota- They seam to be having a lot of problems lately. I would not want to get caught up in it.
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You mean they can ASK 30K. No way no how is it worth that, sorry. Thanks
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Hello... the vin is 1FTE W1C 86AF A94492 I bought it I think November 20th
I would say $26k easy, and $24k if you want to move it fast. Your sticker
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Old 02-07-2010, 06:57 PM
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You have only had it 3 months. Give it another try. I personally like the Canyons- in crew cab. I would advise against a Toyota- They seam to be having a lot of problems lately. I would not want to get caught up in it.
They have always had problems but done very well keeping them out of the media spotlight.
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I have a co-worker who wants me to find a good deal on a new XLT for her husband. This one looks to be a cream puff of a deal, but I think he wants a regular cab, and less options.
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Man i felt the same way when i got my 04. I jumped from a 92 rc to a 04 supercab. Let me tell you the 92 was small and the 04 well its huge. But after driving it for about 6 months i love it now.
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