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I get e-mails from my dealer from time-to-time offering me high tradeins for my car if I choose to buy a new one. Assuming I wanted to take advantage of this, it would be a good way for them to increase their stock of used Toyota vehicles. And they know its condition and (very low) mileage, since that is where I have it serviced.

I get those offers too. The problem is that they only have two new cars on the lot and neither of them have the features that you want.

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