2012 Toyota Tundra for Sale in Austin, TX

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$18,950 96,118 mi.

2012 Toyota Tundra Grade

Good Deal
Austin eAutos
(512) 782-2307
4.9 (22 reviews)
9 mi. from 78757
  • Ext. Color: Black
  • Int. Color: Gray
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: RWD
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(512) 782-2307
Great Car for a Fair Price
by Toyota4Life from Austin, TX
October 11, 2018
I got exactly what I was looking for; a great car at a fair price. The negotiations were minimal and the staff took care of me. I'm recommending this place to everyone.
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$25,500 59,781 mi.

2012 Toyota Tundra Limited

Good Deal
Austin eAutos
(512) 782-2307
4.9 (22 reviews)
9 mi. from 78757
  • Ext. Color: Black
  • Int. Color: Beige
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: RWD
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Amazing car-buying experience!
by Randy Goodall from Austin, TX
July 20, 2018
I am an older person who has gone through the joyless process of buying a used car many times (I gave up buying new cars long ago). I was about to enter that process again with a conventional dealership for a late model, low mileage BMW 328i, when I ran across the Austin eAutos listing of the same car - it was a similar price but had 20K less miles. Actually it was a 2015 off-lease from Southern California with only 10K miles on it (I thought it was a typo). I began thinking about strategies of how to negotiate and play the dealerships off each other (the usual game). I set up a meeting at both places, AeA first. Upon arriving it seemed fairly normal, except there weren't sales people looming everywhere, and all the cars were in a huge steel building next to the offices. The people were smiling and friendly and seemed stress-free. Everyone was wearing jeans and casual shirts. I talked with Gary a while and learned that everyone there, including the owner, had been in the car sales business for decades, hating the typical way it's done; they were taking advantage of the internet era and a personal commitment to having fun to run a radically different dealership. They sell/ship lots of cars all over the world out of there because they focus almost exclusively on the top-tier of used luxury cars. I did a long test drive of an essentially new used car and got ready to start negotiating. I had done a LOT of research on the car I was after and my trade in (a 12 year old Toyota Avalon that I knew wasn't worth much). I told Gary I wanted a total walk-out payment of $22K (car, TT&L, fees) plus the old Avalon. I steeled for what was to come. He and his mechanic looked over the Avalon for a few minutes and came back in and he said, "Ok". I knew I hadn't left any money on the table and he was still making some money, so basically he took a couple $K off the asking price and accepted it as a fair deal. I was stunned for a few seconds and said, "Let's do it". While he was pulling together a couple of papers I cancelled the other appointment. I had to get back to work, so I did the close with Dave (finance guy) the next day (took about 20 minutes, including processing in the credit union loan). While in his office the owner came in - a friendly guy in shorts and a T-shirt. He confirmed that for them (and I confirmed for me) the goal is to have fun sales experiences. They succeed. They did offer me a very well-priced extended warranty, but I said I'd do that closer to when the factory warranty is going to run out (over a year from now). Their was no pressure on that point (or anything else) at all. A week later, I got a call from Logan in the their service department apologizing that he'd been on vacation and had not had a chance to do the 10K mile inspection and oil change, so I am going in today to have that done (no cost). They didn't have to do that. As long as I live, I will never buy a used car any other way and probably any other place, since I've never seen another dealer like Austin eAutos, .
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$18,900 170,528 mi.

2012 Toyota Tundra Limited

Fair Price
Austin Direct Auto Sales
(512) 402-5013
1.8 (58 reviews)
6 mi. from 78757
  • Ext. Color: Gray
  • Int. Color: Gray
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: 4x4/4-wheel drive
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(512) 402-5013
New car
by Carlos from Austin Texas
May 20, 2018
I needed something better to drive. I heard of this place, I gave them a try. Sure thing as soon as I walked in there, I was approach by two young men who were very polite. I told them I was there to make some business with them. I told them my price range and what type of car I was looking for. It only took me about 30 minutes to decide what I wanted. As well the manager and owner Matt was very professional. I highly recommend this place and I hope that in the future I can be back for one more car.
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