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Toyota Sequoia, SUV
#968 of 1843 Re: Is this a good offer? [gagrice]
Nov 11, 2007 (10:42 am)
I am a new member. My dealer is offering me the new 2007 Sequoia 4x2 SR5 5-Speed Automatic for $28,000 (including the current Toyota rebate of $4000 ) . This is a basic SR5 model. No other options included. This price does not include tax and fees.
It's almost at the end of the year and new model is coming out. Is this still a good price ? Please advice.
#969 of 1843 Re: Is this a good offer? [trulyblackcom]
Nov 12, 2007 (12:47 pm)
What part of the country has a 4K rebate? We are pricing an sr5 with leather and saw a 1500 rebate. I am wondering if I should wait and see it toyota ups the rebate.
#970 of 1843 Re: Is this a good offer? [murphy70118]
Nov 12, 2007 (3:25 pm)
San Diego, where gas price is pushing $4/gal. If I am you I would consider flying to San Diego to buy a Sequoia and drive to home. You will save $2500. Let me know and I can give you contacts of the internet sales people that I have been dealing with.
#971 of 1843 Re: Is this a good offer? [ctruong]
Nov 12, 2007 (4:08 pm)
please send me the contact info. thanks.
#972 of 1843 Re: Is this a good offer? [alexryan]
Nov 12, 2007 (4:40 pm)
Shoot me an email. - lotruongyahoo.com
#973 of 1843 Re: Is this a good offer? [ctruong]
Nov 12, 2007 (6:33 pm)
A lot of Vietnamese salesman in the area. You can deal with them if you prefer to speak in your own language. I don't think the dealers can sell these trucks nowaday when gas price is around $4.
#974 of 1843 Re: Is this a good offer? [trulyblackcom]
Nov 13, 2007 (10:49 am)
I live to far - but love the rebate.
This is what I have been offered. 33,995 (price includes 1500 rebate) Please tell me what you think.
leather (not factory)
#975 of 1843 Re: Is this a good offer? [murphy70118]
Nov 13, 2007 (5:41 pm)
It's hard to calculate the right price because of the options. I was offered the SR5 without (alloy wheels and leather seats) for $28,000 (after $4000 rebate) . So, your options must worth $6000 to justify that price.
Dec 28, 2007 (2:46 pm)
I went to dealer yesterday...choosing between this and Escalade for the wife.....Does anyone know what the invoice price to dealer is on a $55,034 sticker for a Limiited? Crazy as this sounds they could not find the paperwork on the vehicle.
On an SR5 a sticker of $48,386 came to a $42,843 sticker which they said i could buy the vehicle at that price.....
Also obviouldy the dealer is making money on the vehicle even selling it to me at invoice - does anyone know how much profit is built in for them?
Thanks for your help.
Dec 28, 2007 (7:24 pm)
Wow - they will sell at invoice price. That sounds almost identical to the one I got today. My invoice price and MSRP were within $200 of that. There is around $1000 holdback. I could look it up, but that is approx what they are still making. Or more if there is a document fee.
Also just learned my SR5 has bluetooth. Now that I see how it works, I love it.