Gen II Tuneup items

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  1. littlehandegan

    littlehandegan Junior Member

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    I bought all of this from the Toyota Dealer thinking I was getting a 2005 Prius - Well the deal didn't work out so now I need to sell this

    I have all of these OEM Toyota Parts - perfect for a tuneup,baselining a new car or getting ready for winter

    4xSpark Plugs -$10.37 x4 list
    1xAirfilter - $20 List
    1xCabin Filter - $18 List
    1xPCV Valve - $9.57 List
    1xOil Filter - $5.41 List
    1xSerpentine Belt - $18.69 List

    A total of - $113.15+ tax from your local dealer.

    I will sell all of this for $95 shipped in the lower 48.
     

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    A more realistic price for everything would be close to $50.
     
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    what did you wind up getting? won't the dealer take the parts back?
     
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    I am confused as to why you say a realistic price would be $50? The price of $95 shipped is a good discount off what the dealer would charge. These aren't depreciating items, and all unopened.

    Where can you get this stuff for under $100?
     
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    you may have to sell it piecemeal.
     
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    The reason I said the realistic price is $50 is because online Toyota dealerships, you can get all those items right around $81.00. Also you are selling the items as a complete set. Not individually. So if a person doesn't need the belt, PCV valve or the spark plugs, they are buying it to keep "in case" they need it later. If they never get around to using those items, it would be wasted and there would be no savings since they paid for something they never used.
     
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    I understand. Just curious what online dealer has parts that cheap? (I will definitely be using them in the future)
     
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    This is from our HV battery thread, but any of these dealers will have discounted online prices. I got the $81 quote from Camelback in AZ

    New Traction Battery Cost: Start Shopping Here | PriusChat
     
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    Would you be willing get to part ways and do $60 shipped to 33166?
     
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