Standard Used Toyota Truck Pricing Based on Year and Model

March 11, 2020

If you are thinking of buying one of the very popular used Toyota pickup trucks, you have an idea what average used Toyota truck pricing is. Toyota trucks are known for their reliability, and Toyota pickup trucks enjoy high resale values. However, prices on any used type of Toyota truck will vary considerably. Here is some general pricing information for popular model used Toyota pickup trucks based on year and model.

*Note - All prices are based on a base model truck which includes 2 wheel drive, regular cab, manual transmission (unless not available with a manual transmission), short bed and base standard trim level. Air conditioning is not included in the pricing unless it is part of the base model package (no in most cases). Also, no premium audio systems, wheels or other high end accessories are included in the prices of the pickup trucks listed.

Prices are based on average pricing data information for the Southeastern United States where there is the most pricing data available because more trucks are sold in the southeast than other parts of country. Prices include MSRP pricing for the 2010 Model year (or 2009 model if 2010 information has not yet been published), and average used vehicle selling prices for model years 2006, 2007 and 2008. Prices shown are prices as given by the Kelley Blue Book Pricing Guide. For Suggested Retail Pricing, the vehicle is considered to be in excellent condition. When determining average Private Party Selling Prices and Average Trade In Values, the condition will be considered to be good. For pricing purposes mileage on year model vehicles is as follows: 2008 - 24,000 miles, 2007 - 36,000 miles and 2006 - 48,000 miles.

Toyota Tacoma

2009 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab 4-door Pickup (4 Cylinder Engine 2.7 Liters, 2 Wheel Drive, 20 MPG City & 26 MPG Highway, Manual Transmission)

2009 Manufacturers Suggested Retail Price - $20,005

Model Year Suggested Retail Price Average Private Party Price Average Trade in Value
2008 $15,840 $12,790 $11,175
2007 $14,040 $11,090 $9,400
2006 $12,715 $9,765 $7,975

Toyota Tundra

Toyota Tundra Regular Cab 2-door Pickup (Automatic Transmission, 4.0 Liter V6 Engine 2 Wheel Drive)

2010 Model year Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price $24,105

Model Year Suggested Retail Price Average Private Party Price Average Trade in Value
2008 $18,940 $15,090 $13,675
2007++ $17,520 $13,820 $12,400
2006* $12,430 $9,430 $7,325

* Long Bed Version - 2006 No Short Bed Was Available
++ Automatic Transmission - No Manual Transmission Model Available

The above pricing information should not be considered accurate in all parts of the country. Also, the actual price you pay for any used truck will depend upon the overall condition of the truck, the number of miles on the odometer and any discounts that you're able to negotiate with the dealer or seller. This information is designed to give you a rough estimate of what ballpark pricing is for popular Toyota trucks and the price you pay may be higher or lower than those shown here.

Related Questions and Answers

What Toyota Truck Engines do they Use for their Cheaper Models?

When looking at Toyota truck engines, there are a few available. If the search is restricted to the engines on the base models and only for Toyota trucks currently in production, that list is smaller. When it comes to the 2011 Toyota Tacoma, the lower priced models come with a 2.7-liter inline four-cylinder engine that is rated at 159 horsepower. The base engine for the 2011 Toyota Tundra in a rear-wheel drive configuration is a 4.0-liter V6 that delivers 236 horsepower. The four-wheel drive version has a 5.5-liter V8 (381 horsepower) engine as the base for the truck.

Are Used Toyota Truck Parts Cheaper for the Cheaper Models?

The pricing of used Toyota truck parts, like pricing of virtually any type of product, is essentially based on two things: supply and demand. For that reason, the most important point in determining the cost doesn't have to do with the retail price of the vehicle. Also, many parts are interchangeable between Toyota trucks, regardless of their original retail price. As a general rule, used parts for vehicles that were sold in higher quantities are cheaper than those that sold fewer trucks. Beyond those basic rules, though, the best answer is to compare pricing on specific parts.

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