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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#9995 of 10004 Re: Is this a good deal on a 2012 Toyota Camry here in KS? [ziyulu]
May 13, 2013 (12:23 am)
Did your 19,000 include any rebates ?
#9996 of 10004 Re: 2013 Camry XLE - Paid $21,168 +TTL [kcaj32]
May 13, 2013 (4:11 pm)
Which dealership in Northern California ? Looks like a good deal.
#9997 of 10004 Re: Is this a good deal on a 2012 Toyota Camry here in KS? [ultratech]
May 13, 2013 (7:17 pm)
Nope. Just a cash price.
#9998 of 10004 Re: Is this a good deal on a 2012 Toyota Camry here in KS? [ziyulu]
May 14, 2013 (2:40 am)
Ok, too bad I'm in SoCal.
How does invoice -1,000 before any rebates sound for a SE 4 cyl?
#9999 of 10004 Camry Hybrid LE buying in Chicago
May 18, 2013 (6:55 am)
I am getting Camry Hybrid LE for $24,421 + TTL from 2 dealers in Chicago area. Let me know if this sounds like a good price ? What number I should aim for?
#10000 of 10004 Re: Camry Hybrid LE buying in Chicago [jats1]
May 19, 2013 (6:39 am)
Are there any options included in that $24,421 price? If not, it seems like a fair price (a few hundred dollars below invoice on a very popular model). It's also about $1500 below the Kenosha CarMax (easily drivable from the Chicago area) no-haggle price for the same model. I don't think Toyota is as aggressive in pricing the Hybrids as they other the standards models. You may be able to shave a few hundred dollars off the quote Memorial Day weekend if Toyota needs to move cars to top Honda for the monthly sales lead for sedans. But I wouldn't get too hung up on getting the absolutely lowest price possible but rather a price that meets your budget, seems fair to you, and possibly saves you the hours and aggravation necessary to haggle for a few hundred extra dollars of savings.
Which Chicago area dealerships, please? I'm about to purchase either an Accord or a Camry, possibly this month, too.
#10001 of 10004 Re: Camry Hybrid LE buying in Chicago [336mil]
May 19, 2013 (6:48 am)
24,421 does not include anything else. Got it from Libertyville and Elumhurst Toyota. I am going to buy next week, if you find it cheaper let me know..
#10002 of 10004 Re: Camry Hybrid LE buying in Chicago [jats1]
May 19, 2013 (8:42 am)
Have you tried Schaumburg Toyota? They're the largest Toyota dealership in the area (not that that means they'll have the best price but I'd try there) and about a 20 minute ride from Elmhurst. Also Arlington Toyota in Palatine. I suppose you could ask either to beat the price you have in hand. If I get to either dealership over the holiday weekend, I'll let you know.
#10003 of 10004 Re: 2013 Camry XLE - Paid $21,168 +TTL [kcaj32]
May 20, 2013 (2:33 pm)
Hi I live in Northern California, East Bay Area and I am looking for a Camry Hybrid. I'd like to know what a good price for one is. I've basically looked at all the East Bay Toyota Dealers. Is a Camry Hybrid around the same Price as your Camry XLE without the additions? Also I'd like to know how you negotiated. Where yo aggressive with what you wanted to pay or did you let them do all the work?
For example: I let a salemen do all the talking and he lowered the price from $27,800 total, to $24,800 with tax, documentation fees and all. I basically kept telling him that I was not ready to negotiate and he kept lowering the price to keep me from walking out the door. Eventually I did, because it was my first time looking at Camry Hybrids. What do you reccomend?