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Toyota Sequoia, SUV
#1500 of 1843 Incentives on 2008 Sequoia
Feb 03, 2009 (9:37 am)
Does any one know if toyota is going to offer some real incentives to sell the 2008 inventories of Sequoias. I could be wrong but I would think this vechicle has not sold as well as more efficent vehicles and the inventory levels would be high. I own a 2001 Sequoia and the vechicle has been great with no problems.The vehicle has 90,000 miles on it and is due for some expensive maintenance. I would like to buy a new 2008 Sequoia. The market for new car sales has been the worst I can recall and it is a buyers market. I would expect some serious price cuts on this vehicle.
#1501 of 1843 Re: 2008 SR5, 5.7 V8 (albany ny area) MSRP $46,538, sale price $28,995 + ta [clark4]
Feb 03, 2009 (10:58 am)
"Kinderhook Toyota" in Kinderhook, NY (Capital District Area)...
They were *amazing* to deal with...simplest automobile transaction I have ever participated in. They had two 2008 sequoias, the other one was a platinum...I think the MSRP was something around the $51k mark, advertised price was around $34k (and I assume the rebate on top of that), but I think it has since been sold. They also had great deals (I thought) on 2008 4runners (they had one or two advertised for around $23k (and I assume they were applying all rebates on top of that as well). They had a long list of "2008 specials" on their website, but the list appears to be down to just a couple of vehicles now...
It was the kind of deal that I kept waiting for the "surprise", and it never came. Turned out to be the best car buying experience I have ever had...they didn't try to sell me extended warranties, didn't try to put me into a loan, no "paperwork fees"...the salesman was great...they didn't even take a deposit from me. Price aside even, I am glad I bought from them and will definitely give them a look the next time I am in the market again. The price was so low, I did not even bother trying to negotiate...I had talked to several other dealers in the capital district and western mass area, and none could come close.
Feel free to drop me a note if you want more info...
#1502 of 1843 Re: 2008 SR5, 5.7 V8 (albany ny area) MSRP $46,538, sale price $28,995 + ta [bogartd]
Feb 03, 2009 (4:06 pm)
Thanks Dave. I will let you know how it turns out.
#1503 of 1843 just purchased a 2008 Limited
Feb 04, 2009 (12:22 pm)
Just brought home a Limited for $41,500....
That did not include tax and tags but does include:
20 Inch wheels
Power back door
Daytime Running Lights
Preferred Accessory Package
VIP glass breakage sensor
Sirius Satellite Receiver.
Nothing but good things to say so far except going through the car wash for the first time......well, lets just say I will have to get used to the size.
Thanks for everyones help here in the past.....especially one person in general....you know who you are!! Thanks!
#1504 of 1843 Re: just purchased a 2008 Limited [buzzy8]
Feb 04, 2009 (12:32 pm)
seems like a heck of a deal, buzzy. I assume that included the $4000 dealer cash in that number?
#1505 of 1843 Re: just purchased a 2008 Limited [amheck1]
Feb 04, 2009 (12:43 pm)
That included the $3,500 rebate in there.....
#1506 of 1843 Re: just purchased a 2008 Limited [buzzy8]
Feb 04, 2009 (1:51 pm)
Is that the current cash incentive? I know there was the $3000 ($4000 in some areas but not here in Southern California) in January plus the $500 marketing support from Toyota to dealer.
Did your dealership indicate this month's incentive is $3500? I have not been able to find the current rebate data on the web.
#1507 of 1843 Re: just purchased a 2008 Limited [sang1]
Feb 04, 2009 (3:18 pm)
that was with a rebate that expired 02/02...it was on Toyotas and the dealers website. I am not sure what if any rebate is running now....
#1508 of 1843 2008 Sequoia SR5, $900 Under Invoice, Ohio
Feb 07, 2009 (9:04 am)
Hi, Thanks to all previous posters to help get a good deal. I bought this in the Northeast Ohio area, and think that this is typical of at least two dealers.
I figure the invoice was $37,700, and they let me have it for $36,800 including doc fees. I got a reasonable trade and the rebates.
Here are the options:
AM/FM STEREO W/6-DISC IN-DASH CD CHANGER -inc: (8) speakers (N/A w/EY Rear Entertainment System or NV Navigation System)
PWR DRIVER SEAT PKG -inc: 8-way pwr driver seat, 4-way pwr passenger seat
COLOR-KEYED RUNNING BOARDS
DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHTS -inc: on/off feature
TOWING PKG -inc: receiver hitch, aux trans cooler, 7-pin wire connector, HD alternator, 4.30 gear ratio
COLD AREA PKG -inc: headlamp cleaner, windshield de-icer, heated exterior mirrors
CARPETED FLOOR MATS W/CARGO MATS & DOOR SILL PROTECTOR (PPO)
Feb 09, 2009 (5:14 pm)
I was offered by one dealer in san francisco. 2008 sequoia SR5 4x4 mrsp $41,000 $33588 with the $3000 rebate... i think it is not bad. Toyota doesn't offer special financin this month. I think i will wait when they offer low APR...