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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#8911 of 10005 2012 Camry SE What I paid.
Jan 28, 2012 (11:47 pm)
I just paid $21,650 for a Camry SE (with power seat and carpets). This was at Schaumburg Toyota in IL. My co-worker paid $21,500 for a Camry SE, but they would not match that and I was getting weary. They tried to sneak in the B.S. warranty for $1400 and some GAAP insurance crap for $650.00 but I said no and that finance guy got really upset. I know they made money off from me because they only gave me $1075 on my trade-in (2001 Mits Galant with 136K miles).
Let me know if you have any questions
#8912 of 10005 Re: Anyone received the Edmunds GC [ncaler]
Jan 29, 2012 (6:58 am)
I just received my check about a week ago in the mail. I sent it in around Dec 13-17th.
#8914 of 10005 Re: Anyone received the Edmunds GC [eho]
Jan 29, 2012 (8:22 pm)
Thank you very much. The website is having a little trouble. Will check again tomorrow.
#8915 of 10005 Price paid 2012 XLE Hybrid
Jan 31, 2012 (4:34 pm)
$26095 for car, $395 dealer fee, $26490 paid to the dealer for car, plus I owe Massachusetts sales tax and other state fees. Options-convenience package+ floor mats. MSRP online was $29080 for this car.
Went in looking for SE 4 cylinder, and drove all 4 cyl. models, SE,le, XLE. On smooth highway, SE had constant jitteryiness, so ride noticeably rougher. The SE steering has a little more "bite" to it, but all versions went around turns at high speed confidently. The sunroof cars were substantially noisier. I closed the shade and that reduced the noise a little, and told me the sunroof is making the noise. I wanted the smoothest quietest car, so sunroof models were out. The hybrid is a much faster car than 4 cyl. It still had power at 80 to take it to 90 quite quickly. Only thing I noticed was between zero and about 5 mph, a little noise and vibration that disappeared at about 8mph. The car sounded better to me, makes some other noises, but those noises sounded like inside of a jet plane instead of economy car. I felt hybrid had a slightly smoother ride and sound too.
#8916 of 10005 Anyone receive a good deal on 2012 Camry XLE, SE V6 in DFW?
Feb 02, 2012 (11:13 am)
Has anyone had any luck with purchasing a fully loaded 4-cylinder XLE or a V6 SE, $3,000 to $3,500 off the MSRP price in the Dallas area? If you did, can you provide the dealership name? Thanks!
#8917 of 10005 Re: Anyone receive a good deal on 2012 Camry XLE, SE V6 in DFW? [dfwdewd]
Feb 02, 2012 (5:20 pm)
While I did not purchase from them (I went with a closer dealer), Toyota of Ft Worth had the best price by far.
#8918 of 10005 Re: Anyone receive a good deal on 2012 Camry XLE, SE V6 in DFW? [etbull1]
Feb 03, 2012 (12:58 pm)
Do you mind sharing the details of your purchase? I'm trying to see how much leverage I have to get the dealer to sell one close to invoice or possibly a few hundred below that. So far all the internet quotes aren't even close and they are not negotiable and I find that to be ridiculous. Thanks!
#8919 of 10005 Re: Anyone receive a good deal on 2012 Camry XLE, SE V6 in DFW? [dfwdewd]
Feb 03, 2012 (7:25 pm)
I actually got the xle v6 with a msrp of 30,915 for 27900. I used the $500 military rebate and a $500 toyota loyalty rebate. I also was able to nab one of the $500 edmunds rebates which I have to mail in, so that brings the OTD to 27,400
The price included a 249 doc fee
#8920 of 10005 Re: Anyone receive a good deal on 2012 Camry XLE, SE V6 in DFW? [etbull1]
Feb 03, 2012 (9:53 pm)
Ok, I'm guessing that the math is like this. $30,915-$1,000(Toyota and military rebates)-$2,860(dealer discount)+$845(destination fee)=$27,900. $27,900 plus TTL&dealer fee of $249 comes out to $29,900-$500(Edmunds rebate)=$29,400 (OTD) and not $27,400 right? Some guy from Houston area said the fee is $760 but other website is saying that there's a gulf states surcharge of $85, which brings the destination total to $845. Is that the case for you? Thanks!