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#8264 of 10032 The prices for my RAV4 and Camry in Chicago
May 03, 2010 (8:18 pm)
I bought RAV4 Sports 4 Cyl 4WD AT and Camry LE on April 30 and traded my Acura MDX Tech. Here are the prices.
Acura MDX Tech 2008 23K miles was traded for 35K (KBB Excellent condition traded in price was $36K and Good condition was $34K)
2010 New RAV4 Sports 4 Cly 4WD AT was bought for $23951 (including Dest) Plus tax (8%), Doc fee $154.38, title $194, County tax and fee $40. Options included were BC, FE, QX, RM, TC, CF.
2010 New Camry LE was bought for $21K (including Dest) Plus tax (8%), Doc fee $154.38, title $194, County tax and fee $40. Options included were FE, SR, CF. Then I got $1.5K Toyota Rebate too to make price even lower.
Also I paid $700 for each vehicle for 8 years 75K miles Toyota Bumper to Bumper extended protection plan.
Trade in benefit was applied to both cars and I paid only $11451 out the door for both cars.
Also Toyota is giving free maintenance for 2 years for both cars.
How is this deal? Can anyone suggest good online retailer for accessories like all weather mats, trunk tray, wheel locks, Rear bumper applique, cargo net and rear spoiler.
#8265 of 10032 Re: The prices for my RAV4 and Camry in Chicago [crvexl4wd]
May 09, 2010 (5:26 am)
I buy WeatherTech mats for all my vehicles, they are excellent. Both cabin seating and trunk/cargo areas.
#8266 of 10032 Re: New 2011 Camry [kaboozie]
May 12, 2010 (5:36 am)
XLE V 6 Look at Bryian Easler Toyota web site,They list retail sticker and selling prices. NO DOC FEES, My XLEV 6 sticker 30,500 paid 25,400 plus tax and tag,
a guide fot selling price.
#8267 of 10032 Gault Toyota in NY
May 13, 2010 (4:06 am)
Anybody here have had experience in buying at Gault Toyota? I am looking to buy a certfied car from them, would like to know how was your experience and if their certified cars are dependable. Thanks
#8268 of 10032 New 2011 Base Camry
May 22, 2010 (6:55 pm)
Hi - just picked up my new 2011 Base Camry Manual (MSRP $20,545) for $17,144 with 0% APR for 60mo and 2yr free maint. Purchased at McGeorge Toyota in Richmond, VA. Couldn't be happier with the car. Really like the 6spd shifter. Certainly a very well appointed base model.
#8269 of 10032 Re: New 2011 Base Camry [modist]
May 22, 2010 (7:38 pm)
Sounds like an exceptional price. Is that total out the door or + TTL? There is hardly a difference between the base and the LE. Except base models and particularly the manuals are harder to find!
#8270 of 10032 Re: New 2011 Base Camry [cc62966]
May 22, 2010 (8:19 pm)
+TTL but VA's only 3%. For whatever reason this dealer had 7 manuals. I went with the Silver/Ash but they had about one in every color. Was in & out in about 40 minutes.
#8271 of 10032 Camrys in San Diego
May 27, 2010 (6:04 pm)
This might be a good weekend to pick up a car. I've gotten offers on an LE of $100 over invoice from salesmen with 4 internet departments at $500 under. The $500 cash rebate or 0% is additional. Is that about what I should I expect?
#8272 of 10032 Re: Camrys in San Diego [kevinc5]
May 28, 2010 (8:19 am)
Am confused by your post-- is your offer $100 over invoice OR $500 under invoice? And then would you also get the 0% AND $500 rebate as well?
#8273 of 10032 Re: Camrys in San Diego [ral2167]
May 28, 2010 (9:00 am)
Sorry, pilot error. My inquiries submitted through internet sales sites Zag & TrueCar have gotten responses of $500 under invoice plus either an additional 500 or 0% interest for 60 mos. The $500 rebate cannot be combined the the 0% interest offer.