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Old 02-13-2005, 11:03 AM   #1
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Best Toyota dealer prices in Seattle area??

What Toyota dealer has the best prices, or offers a discount in the Seattle area.

I went to Doxon in Auburn cause they were the only one in the state had the bushing I needed ASAP (price was no object in that case, but still it was $35). While I was there I asked about the knock sensor wire for a 94 3.0.....$77!!!!!!! My other buddy says he thought he only paid about $50 (but it was for a 89). Are they different?

He also didn't have any discount for TLCA members (didn't know what it was either) Toyota Land Cruiser Association

Any Toyota friendly Toyota dealers????
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I have seen the parts in Bellevue (Michaels) are usually more $$ than the same ones in Renton (Bob Bridge). Someone told me the dealer in Burien has good prices, but I haven't been there myself.
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I've had bad luck at Kirkland and Bellevue. The parts guy in Kirkland is nice enough, but just not really with-it, and the prices are just ... wrong.

I've used http://www.1sttoyotaparts.com which is Bob Bridge and the guys were GREAT. Nice pricing, and even CALLED ME to see if I wanted to pick up a part that I'd ordered online.

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I've had bad luck at Kirkland and Bellevue. The parts guy in Kirkland is nice enough, but just not really with-it, and the prices are just ... wrong.

I've used http://www.1sttoyotaparts.com which is Bob Bridge and the guys were GREAT. Nice pricing, and even CALLED ME to see if I wanted to pick up a part that I'd ordered online.

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That is the best site I've seen for parts! Does anyone know where to find parts pics/diagrams to identify part numbers/exact names?

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My only advice is to stay away from Toyota of Kirkland!!!! I took my truck there for an oil change and one of the mechanics didn't realize I was waiting for it and drove off in my truck to have lunch!!! I told the service manager and they tried calling him but he didn't come back for almost 2 hours! Even though I got a free oil change, I didn't even get an appology. They are still trying to get my better business bureau claim off their records to this day.

I go to Rodland Toyota in everett. They have been real good to me and the parts guy has taken an interest in some of my projects. When I went in to get parts for my diff breather, he thought the idea was the coolest thing since sliced bread and recommends it now to customers who go offroad.

Most items I get at 1sttoy though
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What about nix99 on highway 99. They are really cool and have a zillion parts. www.nix99.com I think
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What about nix99 on highway 99. They are really cool and have a zillion parts. www.nix99.com I think
Yeup, they're good folks, but it's a salvage yard - I think David's looking for new.
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stay away from Michael's they're buncha jerks! I've had good experiences with Renton toyota. I got a fair deal at Toyota of Kirkland for my 4runner tho(didnt pay more/less, just a fair deal)
Also try Titus Toyota(Tacoma)

BTW: with any deals you have to show up, give them your price and wait couple of weeks for them to budge on prices. I used to sell cars and dealers usually get desperate around the end of the month to meet their quota.
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