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Old 06-23-2007, 07:01 PM   #1
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I'm lookn to buy a toyota tundra and i was wondering if anybody knew someone good who works at a toyota dealership?
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dont buy....lease.
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no thanks i dont wanna lease. They rip you off with the ballon payment at the end. Still looking if anyone knows somebody.
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no thanks i dont wanna lease. They rip you off with the ballon payment at the end. Still looking if anyone knows somebody.
If you want a 'good deal'

Don't buy from a dealer.
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acutally the new leases now are pretty much the same as buying but better if you want to get a new car 2-3 yrs.
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I'm lookn to buy a toyota tundra and i was wondering if anybody knew someone good who works at a toyota dealership?
Mike Calvert Toyota across from Reliant Stadium! Ask for Tommy Parker, tell him David Mata sent you! Very cool (& honest)...even if he rides a Harley V-ROD!! Worth a comparison stop anyway! Good luck with your purchase!
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Mike Calvert Toyota across from Reliant Stadium! Ask for Tommy Parker, tell him David Mata sent you! Very cool (& honest)...even if he rides a Harley V-ROD!! Worth a comparison stop anyway! Good luck with your purchase!
Thanks man, but that was acutally the worst dealer i went to. They kept insisting rebate was less then what it said on toyotas website. (they were compeletly unprofessional). I will honestly put my money on that dealership having the worst customer relationship. There were 2 seperate customers furious for getting lemons from them.
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acutally the new leases now are pretty much the same as buying but better if you want to get a new car 2-3 yrs.
I plan on keeping it a long time. btw it didnt help when a salesman at a dealership was telling my girl and me how customers get ripped off with lease programs. He called it a 3 for 1 deal for the dealership.
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lol yea thats not good to tell customers that.......but me when i go anywhere to negotiate i always give it to them good and hard before they do it to me. Just tell them you can slap them with 4 stacks of 100's = (40k) and get the paper work rolling before you walk out. Then look to see the finance option.
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