Doesn't work...badmoonrising said:get the vin number and go to this link http://autocheck.dealer.com/cgi-bin/autocheck.cgi?dealerid=koonscollegeparkford&vin=xxxxxxxxx
in the search bar erase the x's and put the vin number there. it will tell you its whole history
gsmsnuffy said:If it's a certified used toyota truck then you can't really go wrong. Here in Cali they're good for 100K mile warrenty. That's 100k on the odometer and in writing.
I saw a new 2007 Tundra at the dealership with the 5.7L V-8 2wd loaded and it was only $28,700. I would think you can get a NEW 2007 Tacoma at the same price of that used one . Dealerships make most of their money from the used vehicles not the new ones , thats why i say try for a new one if you are wanting to put down that much money. Then you will not have to worry about how someone else treated the engine before you because you will be the only owner of it.dlarrivee said:Do you honestly think resale values are constant across all of North America though? I don't.
Sorry , just trying to help you out a little . I didnt know you were trying to stay with that generation Taco. I hope you get it , you'll be happy , its a good machinedlarrivee said:First of all cars are cheaper in the states.
Second of all, I wouldn't be able to get a TRD 4 door Tacoma for cheaper, a new one would be more like $40770.00 here... And I don't like the 05+ style anyways...
I shouldn't have even mentioned price.