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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#9430 of 10203 Re: 2012 Camry XLE 4cyl [manchurian]
Jul 13, 2012 (1:00 pm)
Thanks manchurian. Appreciate your response. Infact i was looking at your post only earlier to get an idea about the price quoted to me and thought it is close to the price what you got..my price doesnt contain grad/toyota rebate. I am not eligible for that. Toyota rebate - i am not sure if it is still available.
your price 27200 + 1500 (rebate i don't have this) - 1900 (your tax) - approx 400 (your addons, guard, tint molding, bumper) = 26400 ( ~26388 price quoted to me)
Does this makes sense? please let me know if i messed up calculation anywhere.. but frankly, i am not sure what price should i target at this moment..may be 26000 + ttl??
#9431 of 10203 Re: waiting for my car [rhizzlebop]
Jul 14, 2012 (8:40 am)
If the doc fee is the dealer documentation fee, it is WAY to high. I never pay more than $100. This is all profit to the dealer and $700 is crazy. Most dealers will charge freight and setup or delivery fee. Going off the MSRP it look like you got a great deal.
#9432 of 10203 Re: Looking for 2012 Camry LE OTD prices in MA [rikin]
Jul 14, 2012 (11:28 am)
I also live in Mass and am shopping around for an XLE. My last car I used truecar.com. They will give you a price from 3 dealers in your general area. You may need to drive a bit to buy and get service from a local dealer. The price includes Delivery but not the Documentation fee. What's great is that this is the actual price with no dickering. My last car was below invoice.
My best price for a 4 CYL XLE, cloth seats with no extras except mats and wheel locks was $23,438 including Destination but not doc fee or sales tax, which is below invoice.
I would highly recommend this no hastle way to shop.
#9433 of 10203 Re: NJ Toyota dealer for 2012 Camry SE [cpl2usa]
Jul 14, 2012 (7:11 pm)
Wow, you got a great deal. What was the price they started with and was it a struggle to get this price of 25K ?
#9434 of 10203 Re: NJ Toyota dealer for 2012 Camry SE [cpl2usa]
Jul 15, 2012 (2:58 am)
Wow that's a great deal. What is the name of the dealer and who was the sales person? How much was their gap insurance if you financed? Thx
#9435 of 10203 2012 Camry SE
Jul 15, 2012 (7:52 am)
I was quoted the following for a new Camry:
Retail value: $27,585
Moon roof, convenience package, driver power seat, floor mats, and navigation
after negotiations adjusted price $25,400 plus ttl
then I was offered their paint protection plan and tire and rim protection for $994
total otd price is 28,400
Is this a good price?
#9436 of 10203 Re: NJ Toyota dealer for 2012 Camry SE [cpl2usa]
Jul 15, 2012 (7:54 am)
Did you have a trade in?
#9437 of 10203 Re: NJ Toyota dealer for 2012 Camry SE [jbay07]
Jul 15, 2012 (6:07 pm)
no. i don't have any trade in. I have paid $25000 + 7% NJ tax + title.
#9438 of 10203 Re: NJ Toyota dealer for 2012 Camry SE [habhavsar]
Jul 15, 2012 (6:11 pm)
Team toyota, Longhorne, PA. I did not take any gap insurance etc.
#9439 of 10203 Re: NJ Toyota dealer for 2012 Camry SE [thevictory]
Jul 15, 2012 (6:46 pm)
I got internet quotes in June from different NJ dealers and couple of PA dealers close to Princeton. The best quote i got from internet is $25500 + doc fee. Because there is no cap on doc fee in NJ, dealers are asking $300 to $400 doc fee. I thought $400 doc fee is insane. In, PA max doc fee that dealers can charge is $125 (state law). I drove to couple of dealers in NJ and got best in-person quote of $25000+ $400 doc fee. Then, I went to this dealer in PA and told him that if he beats the price of $25000, i will buy the car. He agreed for $25000.