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Toyota Highlander, SUV
#2484 of 5158 Great buying experience
Apr 28, 2007 (10:35 am)
I owned a 2001 Highlander Limited and my husband owned a 2003 Highlander Limited. Due to illness, my husband can't drive anymore so we wanted to look into the feasibility of trading in both Highlanders for one new 2007 Highlander Limited.
We went to Glen Toyota in Fair Lawn, NJ (Bergen County). We have purchased all of our Toyotas from them and have always had a positive experience. In this case, our salesman and the sales manager bent over backwards to help us with our situation---they were understanding and treated my husband with dignity. They made it simple and a financial a "no brainer"---the $1500 rebate also helped.
I know that we can't include specific names or contact information in our posts, but for anyone in the NY/NJ area, I can't say enough good things about Glen Toyota in Fair Lawn, NJ.
#2485 of 5158 Good deal from Toyota dealer in LA
Apr 28, 2007 (11:15 pm)
07 Highlander Hybrid Limited with Navigation & 3rd row.
$39,148 out the door. I think I got a decent deal.
#2486 of 5158 NC Toyota Price
May 04, 2007 (12:37 pm)
I've been reading these forums and researching and have decided to go with the HL V6 FWD. The particular one with the options I desire has an MSRP of $28,905 plus $224 dealer fees. Just wondering if anyone has a guess as to what kind of price I should expect now that all HL's have the $2K cash back.
8-way power driver seat-$410.00
Daytime running lights-$40.00
Value Package 5-$1,175.00
Tow Prep Package-$160.00
Carpet Mats/Cargo Mat-$245.00
Manuf Delv, Proc Handling-$695.00
Thanks in advance!!
#2487 of 5158 Re: NC Toyota Price [mg2105]
May 04, 2007 (2:42 pm)
That's what the Edmunds site is for! Go compute the cost here on this site and print it out. You should try to pay invoice less the $2000 rebate and less the apprx. $750 holdback. Hope this helps.
#2488 of 5158 Re: NC Toyota Price [blufz1]
May 04, 2007 (5:28 pm)
Wow! That's even better than I'd hoped. Invoice minus approx. $2750.00 would be good. I know I still have to negotiate the deal. Any advice is appreciated.
#2489 of 5158 Re: NC Toyota Price [mg2105]
May 04, 2007 (9:59 pm)
I just noticed that in my area the rebate appears to be $1500. Go in towards the end of the month from about the 26th on.
#2490 of 5158 Re: NC Toyota Price [blufz1]
May 05, 2007 (4:13 am)
Yeah the cash back in the Southeast is 2K! Thanks for the help. Any idea when dealers will stop getting new 2007's?
#2491 of 5158 Re: NC Toyota Price [mg2105]
May 05, 2007 (9:27 am)
#2492 of 5158 Great Time to Buy 2007 Highlanders
May 11, 2007 (10:26 am)
With the new model coming out this summer, Dealers are eager to get rid of their 07's. Here's the deal I got.
2007 V6 AWD 3rd Row Highlander
(Options: Sun Roof, Spoiler, Fog Lamps, Mud Guards, Cold Weather Package, Upgraded wheels, Garage Remote, Auto Adjustable Seats, Mats and Cargo Net, Towing Prep, Lighted Vanity Mirror, and others)
I opted to 0% finance the entire amount rather than go for the $1.5K rebate offered in this area.
My Cost $27.8K (Plus I received 2 years free maintenance.)
They also gave me more than I expected on my trade-in.
Again, this is all 0% financed over 36 months. (I don't pay interest on anything but my house.)
#2493 of 5158 Re: Great Time to Buy 2007 Highlanders [ajs7]
May 13, 2007 (4:55 pm)
You are right about that, it being a good time. We just got our Silver Baby 3 weeks ago. With about 5k off MSRP and we got it (under plastic). i.e. no miles and just off the ship. However, they wouldn't give me sqwat on my trade-in. I mentioned that to a friend and he offered me $3,500 and we both danced in the streets.