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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#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.
Jul 11, 2013 (4:11 pm)
I was in the market for a base, barebone 2013 Camry LE with no factory additions in the Atlanta area.
I started negotiations at the TrueCar pricing of $18,350 + dealer fees + Tax + Title/Registration.
I never went to any dealership and only negotiated via email or phone (sign up for google voice and get a disposable number forwarded to your real phone).
I had one offer from a dealer for $17,900 + fees + TTR = $20,100 out the door.
Another offer was for $20,000 out-the-door but this was for a car that was not on his lot and would be a dealer trade.
Note that the prices above were for a LE without power seats or carpet mats.
I ended up buying a 2013 Camry LE with driver power seat and carpet mats (MSRP $24,279) for $18,500 + dealer fees + tax + title/registration = $20,550 out-the-door.
Again, I used TrueCar pricing as a negotiation tool and if you use TrueCar in conjunction with PenFed, I got a discounted loan rate of 0.74% APR.
Tips for everyone doing car shopping:
- Do not go into the dealership for price negotiations
- Negotiate via e-mail primarily and ask for written quotes via e-mail (they might be hesitant at first to send you something in writing, but insist that you will not come in until you will get an email quote with VIN, MSRP, etc).
- Compare MSRPs and ask the dealers to compete against each other
- You have no idea how many times I've heard "AT THAT PRICE WE WOULD GO OUT OF BUSINESS" nonsense from these dealers (stealers).
- Get financing setup ahead of time and PenFed/TrueCar has an amazing rate of 0.74% right now
- Even though I got a good deal at $20,550 out the door, I'm certain that the dealership made atleast $1k on the car, if not more.