Yep. We bought exactly two years ago - RIGHT before 'carmageddon'. At that time they were discounting them a couple of thousand plus zero interest for 60mo, and the dealer we went to had at least a dozen of them.
We had been towing a Colorado 4x4 but it was too heavy. Not that the coach wouldn't tow it, but any cross winds or passing semi's and it was the tail wagging the dog. I finally got fed up after about seven years. We still have the truck - homeowner and boat towing duties. We sold our third car so Sparky is our around-town grocery-getter, but any freeway driving we take the truck. The little car scares me to death. Have nearly been run over a handful of times now - big pickups just don't even see it. Reminds me of my motorcycles but with four wheels. It's one thing when we're on vacation, quite another to do any kind of distance with it.
The door locks thing is probly easier than the window regulators, although surely it's just a matter of ordering the regulators and all the switch gear. Gonna run big $$ I'm sure. Wifey is my auto-door-locks...unlock and let her in - she reaches across.
Tailgate remote release is cheaper, but you have to run wires from the tailgate to the dash and that's no easy task.
You got your towing bits all setup? Tailgate won't work once you disco the battery for towing.
Sparky setup, Colorado is in the driveway...
Installing the baseplate. It's always a little unnerving to remove the whole front of a brand new car. LOL