Why such a low rating re value?

Asked by Mar 27, 2016 at 11:50 AM about the 2016 Toyota Tundra

Question type: General

EVERY used vehicle evaluator rates the tundra highest with respect to $
value. I can't find a 2014-15 for anywhere near the lower cost of used GM and
Ford trucks. And forget it with the Dodge; they just give those used units
So why does this hard fact not come into play in your valuation?

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In my experience, you won't find a used Toyota truck that new for the same as a domestic. Toyota's seem to hold their value more. For a used 2014-2015 Tundra, I'm assuming your finding they are the same cost as a new one. You will need to look almost 5 years older to make $$ sense

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