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#8445 of 10005 How much to pay ?
Oct 28, 2010 (9:26 am)
I went to Toyota of St Augustine twice. I am hesitating between a Corolla and a Camry, but leaning towards the Camry automatic. I have a Saturn L100 2002 85000 miles automatic in great mechanical shape. I was offered 2,000 dollars for the trade-in. The appraisal I had received from aaa was 4,000 6 months ago. I offered to pay cash with the trade in. There was a 16,900 dollar white Camry on the lot, but manual. When it came down to negotiating for an automatic I was offered a no remote key control, but automatic white Camry (no thrills, basic) for 18,870 (not including taxes) including a tax rebate of 1650 and the 2000 trade in. Not a good deal for a cash and decent trade-in. Help???? I would drive within 100 miles to find a better deal. Do you know of any?
#8446 of 10005 Re: How much to pay ? [gladys4]
Oct 28, 2010 (9:42 am)
Check out www.truecar.com for prices actually paid in your area and possibly leads to dealers with prices better than you have been offered. Go with Camry if you can afford it. In fact, I's prefer a two year old low mileage Camry over a new Corolla for the comfort and performance differences alone. Good luck.
#8447 of 10005 Re: How much to pay ? [gladys4]
Oct 28, 2010 (10:34 am)
Shop around, you should do better. If you can't find a local dealer to give you a better bundled deal (buy new, and take your saturn in trade)
- check out www.fitzmall.com, for online pricing, they're in Wash DC area. Fly/train there for vacation, drive your new ride home.
- see if they can, and/or what the price would be for them to ship it down to their Clearwater dealership.
- sell Saturn on your own,
#8448 of 10005 Camry LE best prices in Northeast
Nov 01, 2010 (8:19 am)
I am shopping for a 2011 Camry LE, I am being offered one for $19k (MSRP $23506), this does not include $1k cash back b/c I'll be doing the Toyota financing deal. This seems like an incredible deal.
The Toyota 0% financing expires today. I'm not in a hurry, but are prices likely to get better if I wait, and is Toyota likely to keep the 0% going? I don't want to rush in there and do a deal today, but they emphasize the deal is only good until today due to Toyota incentives expiring.
#8449 of 10005 Re: Camry LE best prices in Northeast [xruined901]
Nov 01, 2010 (10:30 am)
Seems like an excellent deal especially with the $1K cash back. While they do offer some promotions close to Christmas time, I doubt it would be a significant difference. I doubt they will drop the 0% financing deal, but personally I would pull the trigger. On too many occasions I have waited for better deals and missed out on great deals.
#8450 of 10005 Re: Camry LE best prices in Northeast [xruined901]
Nov 02, 2010 (9:34 am)
Does the $19K including Tax and TTX?
#8451 of 10005 Re: Camry LE best prices in Northeast [likeping]
Nov 02, 2010 (10:04 am)
no....dream on. that can be easily be grand+ in the different states.
I would also guess they'd be adding an ''administrative fee' on to that price, as well.
#8452 of 10005 $20,250 OTD Toyota Camry LE
Nov 02, 2010 (11:38 am)
Cars MSRP about $24,000
Just bought a Toyota Camry LE w/ LE extra value package with alloy wheels, XM radio and Bluetooth for $20,250 OTD and 0.9% financing.
I traded in a 1999 Camry LE with 197,000 miles on it. They gave me $2500 on my trade at Chuck Hutton Toyota, Memphis TN.
doc fee $395
Title & Taxes about $1300
#8453 of 10005 Re: Camry LE best prices in Northeast [likeping]
Nov 02, 2010 (10:32 pm)
No, that would be the deal of the year. $19k is just the selling price, plus $299 doc fee. No other non-standard fees, just registration and taxes. I didn't pull the trigger, deal was only good on Monday, haven't checked yet if they would still offer me the same deal now. They haven't called me, as dealers usually do, to see if I'm still interested, so that probably means they're not so hot to sell me the car anymore. I'll give them a ring and report back.
#8454 of 10005 Re: Camry LE best prices in Northeast [xruined901]
Nov 03, 2010 (8:59 am)
yep, should have jumped on that before the ink dried.