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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#10051 of 10203 Re: New Camry [ramp]
Jun 30, 2013 (8:15 pm)
Well, I paid cash, but they were trying to get me to finance and yes, they offered me 0% financing (no change in price)
#10052 of 10203 Re: New Camry [daedalus7]
Jul 01, 2013 (10:22 am)
Thank you, Can you please share the dealer name and contact info..thx.
#10053 of 10203 Toyota Camry Lease question
Jul 02, 2013 (2:19 pm)
I am looking to Lease a 2013 Camry Hybrid LE (Ford Fusion Hybrid other option) plus a Toyota Sienna LE lease
Can anyone provide any offers they have seen recently in Florida/ South east on 12K/yr-36Mo?
The dealer is adamant they cant offer same price on lease as sale. How much should I let go extra compared to what cash sale prices are when calculating lease payment.
MF is 0.00045 and residual is 63%
Also any recommendation if the Excess Wear and Tear package offered for 595+tax is worth?
#10054 of 10203 Re: 2013 Camry SE -- Good offer [rks13]
Jul 04, 2013 (6:21 am)
Finally got the Camry SE for $20499. Little bummed that I had to finance on my own though.
#10055 of 10203 Re: 2013 Camry SE -- Good offer [rks13]
Jul 06, 2013 (4:23 pm)
Bought a Camry SE for 19950. MSRP of the car was 24860. I paid 21700 OTD. Probably about 250$ more, but still is a nice deal i think.
#10056 of 10203 Buying Camry Hybrid LE in CT
Jul 07, 2013 (6:47 pm)
Just moved to CT and looking to buy a Camry Hybrid LE (w addl backup camera) - dealer through Toyota offered 2k under MSRP which seems high reading all the posts here. Any suggestions on a dealership which is more reasonable and good to work with? Thanks!
#10057 of 10203 Camry SE $17999
Jul 08, 2013 (9:43 am)
I saw that Hanlees Toyota Richmond, CA was advertising Camry SE's for $17999. 3 of them at this price. I have not seen any advertised pricing this low.
#10058 of 10203 Re: New Camry [daedalus7]
Jul 09, 2013 (11:14 pm)
Wow that's a great deal.. Which dealer was it?
#10059 of 10203 Re: New Camry [daedalus7]
Jul 10, 2013 (2:51 am)
Zero percent financing is free money, with no price impact. Why not take the financing and put the money in a bank account which would earn some interest and set up automatic payments?
#10060 of 10203 This forum was very helpful
Jul 10, 2013 (6:55 pm)
Thank you to everyone that has posted recently. I just got this lease deal and would love to know if I did alright in my negotiating. I also used truecar.com but didn't realize the $1750 incentive was for purchasing only.
Camry SE v6 2013 in Georgia
The V6 comes with NAV/Entune, leather trim
Other options: Convenience Package, Sunroof
Doc Fee $699.00
Title etc $41.00
Acq fee $695.00
Loyalty cash $500.00
Residual (they said 61% on V6) $18,500.69
Money Factor (they said that was tier 1) 0.00075
Tax rate 6.5%
tax paid total $1,709.11
tax paid monthly /36 $47.48
Depreciation portion $217.62
Finance Portion $33.63
12k year 35 mo. 0 down
Thoughts? I went between a few dealers and really wanted the v6 after driving a Prius for 3 years... The v6 certainly does move. I'm hoping I made a good enough deal to make up for the extra payment in gas I will have.