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#8283 of 10206 Re: Certified 2010 CAMRY SE [qsg1119]
Jun 02, 2010 (8:22 pm)
Just came back from the dealer and was very disappointed, the dents on the bumer is still there and is very visible. The other manager said he would not change the bumper, they will just have it sanded and repainted. I think sanding and repainting the bumper will not remove the dent. Not sure why it passed the 160 point inspection for the toyota certification because it is clearly written the car should be free of dents, bumper should be free of cuts, gouges and scratches.
Any advice out there on how to make the dealer change the bumper on the certified used camry? Thanks
#8284 of 10206 Re: Certified 2010 CAMRY SE [qsg1119]
Jun 02, 2010 (8:59 pm)
Wait till you see the bumper after the sand and repaint. It may turn out a lot better than you expect. If you spotted the problem before you purchased the car you may have had a chance at a new bumper. Now you really don't have any leverage. If it were me I'd see how it turns out, then if it is still a problem I'd talk to the dealer. He might help you out if you approach him with a good attitude and not get too adversarial. If he won't replace the bumper maybe he'll give you some service credits, which basically cost him nothing. (If you didn't see the dents before the purchase they may be small enough for a good "paintless dent repair" guy to handle.)
Jun 08, 2010 (10:37 pm)
I got my car from the dealership like a month ago, it was a used car and I was trying to finance it with my uncle's credit.
They actually didnt lower the price, but they gave us a 3.0% interest rate for 5 years, which sounds to be a really good deal to me. Since me and my uncle didnt know his credit history, the dealer told us that he had a 8xx credit score that's why we got this deal. We were suprise about the score so we asked him to double check the ssn, and he came back saying the ssn has 8xx credit score.
We got the car, and a month later, we still havnt got anything from the dealer/toyota finance/dmv, but a call from them asking for a copy of the social security card.
I dont know if the credit score's the right one since I really dont know much about his credit, and he neither. So just in case, if they figured out they got the wrong credit, what do I have to do? Are they going to take the car back or do we have to sign another contract and pay a higher interest rate, or they will just give us the deal as is?
#8287 of 10206 New 2011 Camry LE
Jun 09, 2010 (3:36 pm)
I just bought a 2011 Camry LE 4-Cyl A/T:
$ 750 Destination
$ 200 Floormats
$ 185 EVP Alloy Wheels
$23,235 TOTAL MSRP w/Options
After $750 Rebate I paid $19,173.
Adding Tax/DMV/Doc it was $21,429 OTD.
I got the same quote from 3 dealers in the SF Bay Area -- no haggling involved, all through email. This was a cash deal, no financing, no warranties, paint/fabric protection or anything else.
Toyota is now offering up to $1000 down payment match AND 0% for 36-months so I assume you can get an even better deal.
#8288 of 10206 2011 Camry LE 2.5L 4cyl Auto
Jun 11, 2010 (9:27 am)
I bought this car last week from cerritos autosquare-Cashprice$ 20500,added toyota extra care 7yrs/100K for $1900,lo Jack $700-taxes,fees =Total$26000.
4K down and toyota finance 0% for 22k..Is that a fair price i paid ?
#8289 of 10206 Re: 2011 Camry LE 2.5L 4cyl Auto [aden123]
Jun 11, 2010 (11:08 am)
If you drive too much then it's fine otherwise you could have taken 8 years 75K miles for lot cheaper. I paid just 700 for that. For 7 years 100K I was offered 1400.
#8291 of 10206 Re: 2010 Toyota Camry LE V6 [semplice]
Jun 15, 2010 (6:16 am)
Doesn't sound like a good deal at all. On Dec 21 I purchased a 2010 Toyota Camry LE (4 cylinder) with alloy wheels for $20,500 OTD(!) in Raleigh, NC. If you email me, I will let you know contact info for the salesman.
PS: My experience tells me that it costs Toyota dealerships $ to give you the special financing deal and therefore a lot of them are reluctant to give it to you. In my case I paid cash (no financing).
Jun 16, 2010 (9:28 am)
I recently purchased a 2011 Camry LE for 19900 OTD, is that a good deal?
We had to do a 4.75 60 month finance deal for a certain rebate, but we're planning to pay it off early so the interest is going to be around 150~
Essentially 20050 OTD for a 4cylinder 2011 Camry LE.