Well, Tacomas sell themselves so there's that. Their offers are probably along the lines of, "We'll take it, but to make it worth it for us, we'll give you half of what we think we'll get at auction for it."The OP's offer is laughable. I would think that truck would easily sell closer to 8-9k in today's market. Similar to what I was offered for my '11 Taco last Sept. I got offers of 7500-8k from those guys and sold it on my own for 10,800 with little effort.
That's more like it. Figure Vroom / Carvana is going to tack on a couple thousand to make a profit.
There's a world wide shortage on Semi-Conductors causing low inventory on new vehicles and high demand on used.I am stunned. Just ran my truck through Carvana and the offer is $30,411. 4k more than I paid for the truck in 9/20.
man you see what the mark up on food is lately? NUTS!It’s so strange to see the local Nissan dealer and very large Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram with much of the lots empty and the cars spaced apart to appear less awkward.
You may sell what you have and do well but what you buy will be at a premium too.