i am shocked that used cars with 44k miles and above are being priced at same price as brand new vehicles and you are labeling this a GOOD DEAL.

Asked by Rebecca Oct 27, 2019 at 09:38 AM about the 2019 Toyota Tacoma

Question type: General

all makes and manufactures. I checked several

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Depends on location and what the vehicle is. Toyotas hold their value. If it's too high of a price for you move on and find something more in your budget. You can't complain your way to a good deal.

Poor excuse for shoddy practices. Yes I bought brand new Toyota for your used prices, only 28 miles. I did move on, but consumers need to be aware of your practices, therefore my post. Mission accomplished , and snotty replies further establishes that car guru is not up and up. Thank you for confirming Show quoted text


If you can't take constructive criticism get off the internet. Complaining about something you can't change (price of a vehicle) is not snotty. It's a factual statement.


It's listed as a good deal because they compare it to other cars of similar make and model that are selling for similar price. It's just market data. It's the consumers that drive the market. Supply and demand. If you look for vehicles people don't want - they are cheap. Look at all those little CUVs on the road. They are everywhere and get a hefty price tag and many many people buy them. The used car market is also where the bread and butter is for car salesman. They don't make much on new vehicles. Selling used has a huge profit margin in comparison. People are swindled day in and day out and it keeps that price high! Good luck. There are deals to be had but possibly not what you want.

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