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Old 04-29-2013, 05:10 PM
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No question Tacoma's hold their value very well and are a solid truck, but as others have said you have to define what you want in a truck and how you will use it. If re-sale value is the most important factor for you, go with a Tacoma. A Tacoma would also be a good choice if you do not need a lot of truck, want one that is easy to park and if garage space is an issue. Other than that, fuel mileage is about the same or maybe only slightly better in a Tacoma vs a V8 Ram, yet with a full size truck you have considerably more room, power and overall capability. Then there is the V6 flavor Ram which returns excellent fuel mileage and yet you have the capacity of a full size truck.
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