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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#10006 of 10203 Is this a good price for a 2013 Camry LE?
May 25, 2013 (6:47 am)
In upstate New York, I made an offer on a black 2013 Camry LE today. The MSRP was $24,418. Dealer claims that invoice is $22,539. They offered me $22,000, which includes two "sale tickets" that bring it down to that price. I offered $19,000 initially. I am not looking for any interior or exterior options at all (I am even going to get my own floor mats). Locally, I could get a similarly-equipped 2013 Altima for $19,000 and a 2013 Sonata for $18,500 (newspaper-advertised prices). I am not accepting the offer of $22,000 (although it does line up with Edmunds' TMV). Does anyone have any advice? Thanks so much, as this is a very difficult decision!
#10007 of 10203 Re: 2013 Toyota Camry SE [ziyulu]
May 28, 2013 (2:26 pm)
Demo that's been beat is the only way you get a 13 SE for under $20K and all the rebates included or a trade that showed $19K but is BS!
Figure $3,000 off list as the best price on a Camry period, unless you get a college grad, military rebate or loaded V6. These must be Ford dealers paid to erode margins?
#10008 of 10203 Re: 2013 Toyota Camry SE [drjjjj]
May 29, 2013 (5:17 am)
The car I got only had 13 miles. It had to be a demo for 13 miles. I have the paperwork to prove it. There was no trade (I sold my old 2006 Camry yesterday by myself).
If you don't believe me, look at Champion Toyota in Austin, TX. They are offering $5,000 off on all in stock Camrys.
#10009 of 10203 Price for 2012 Camry 37.5k miles, Certified Pre-owned
May 29, 2013 (10:08 am)
I am looking to buy CP camry,
MOdel: LE, Year :2011 and above, Transmission: Auto, Odometer: 40K or less,
What price is reasonable for car? All I am getting around $16-18K excluding taxes and rest
#10010 of 10203 '13 Camry SE 4-cyl 36 Month/12k Lease
May 29, 2013 (2:39 pm)
Hello. I actually posted similar message on different forum, but last activity was in April, so I thought I'd ask here. I got below deal for a lease and I want peace of mind that I making a good decision.
2013 Camry SE 4-cyl 36 Month/12k
No option; opted for SE over LE for the alloy wheels
$225/month with no down and tax/fees included
I also returned my 2011 Camry LE lease early with 1 month payment left on it and 33k miles. Does this sound like a good deal or can i get it cheaper? I'm in northern NJ area.
#10011 of 10203 Re: Price for 2012 Camry 37.5k miles, Certified Pre-owned [tanmayvs]
May 30, 2013 (7:37 am)
For a few thousand more, you can get a brand new one with a 3 year/36,000 mile warranty. The ones you're looking at have just had the factory warranty expired.
#10012 of 10203 seeking price advice on new Camry LE
May 31, 2013 (6:46 am)
I read many threads but still I have questions:
- I'm in Philly area (PA) looking for a good price on the LE (mats + alloy wheels + push start are the only options I desire but I realize some are not available in LE trim). What prices should I aim to get for basic LE and LE with some available option(s)?
- Truecar gives me 20,172 (just basic LE) for a dealer >50 miles away. Anyone with an experience with Truecar that they can share? Do I just walk in with a certificate and the dealer will accept?
thanks alot for any help.
#10013 of 10203 Re: seeking price advice on new Camry LE [kaus]
Jun 02, 2013 (7:47 am)
Truecar is a simple service that works like a charm and eliminates haggling and heartache and buyer remorse. You need to settle on the color and options and price the car with your preferences. Just because you get the quotes does not mean the dealer will have that same configuration in stock. You can contact them via e-mail or phone and make sure they can get you exactly what you want. In most instances they can swap cars with other area dealers to find exact match.
If you prefer to deal with a particular dealer (that has provided the quote, but is not the cheapest), you can negotiate the price match. Dealers for most part do not want to lose business for a few hundred dollars.
I just completed purchase of 2013 toyota camry XLE- V-6 using this service. I got 3 quotes and my local dealer came in with the highest price. I got phone calls from two dealers and the third contacted me by e-mail. My local dealer price-matched and got me the exact trim, color and options from two hundred miles away. Virtually everything done over the course of three short phone conversations. I did not even step in the dealership to test drive and meet anyone until they secured the vehicle of my choice.
My price in Southwest Fl was $26442 with blind spot monitoring and toyoguard (free upgrade.....I don't understand why anyone would pay them $699 for this nonsense!!).