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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#9534 of 10203 Price 2012 Toyota Camry XLE
Aug 06, 2012 (12:11 pm)
Just bought one in Barcelona Red in the Western PA area (15601) two days ago. The negotiating experience was excruciating!!!! This is my first time buying experience. I am haunted that I paid more than I should have.
MSRP base = $ 27,500
Optional Equipment :
Display Audio w/Nav + Entune (no JBL) = $1050
Conveniemce Pkg + $695
Leather Pkg = $ 1,140
Moonroof = $915
Mats = $225
Destination Fee = $760
Sticker Total MSRP = $32,305
Edmund's TMV = $30,222 and Base Total = $29,601
I paid $31,568 (includes tx,ttl,reg) (I think?)
That sales manager had my head spinning so bad, because he would not put it on paper for me to check, he would show me on his computer, and kept manipulating stuff. I couldn't understand the format on the computer. And no matter how I work the numbers on the contract, nothing comes out the same! I don't know if I even got a decent deal now. What do you think? Be honest! I need to know.
~~ signed, a first time car buyer
#9535 of 10203 Re: Getting them to commit to the ad price of $18,988@ Miller [suem51]
Aug 07, 2012 (8:31 am)
I got it from Woburn Toyota, but as you must have read in other posts
This other guy got it for less than the price i paid from Ira Toyota.
So you might wanna try that first.
Aug 09, 2012 (4:06 am)
Picked up my new SE this week. Convenience, leather, nav, moonroof purchased at about 87% of MSRP. If you are in the market for a Camry, make sure to ask about the Conquest manufacturer-to-dealer incentive ($500 if you show registration of another manufacturer) and get Toyota Financial to match the Penfed 1.49% 60-month rate. Also, go here for a $250 debit card:
#9537 of 10203 Re: 2012 SE [sienaman]
Aug 09, 2012 (5:45 am)
4 or 6 Cylinder ?
Aug 09, 2012 (4:15 pm)
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#9540 of 10203 price for Carmy hybrid LE
Aug 09, 2012 (9:32 pm)
Am thinking of buying a new (2012) Camry Hybrid LE. Nothing included aside from carpets and standard features (locks, cruise, etc). The cost is 23400 (+ tax and tags). Invoice price I believe is around 27000. Is this a good deal? What is the best price you have heard of for a similar vehicle in your region? This information would really help.
#9541 of 10203 Re: price for Carmy hybrid LE [msmb]
Aug 10, 2012 (4:50 am)
I think, that is a pretty good deal..a couple of 100s lower (23.5) would make it exceptional.
#9542 of 10203 Houston Area SE
Aug 10, 2012 (8:04 am)
I'm looking for an i4 SE. I am being quoted about 300 below invoice. I don't have the exaxt numbers with me but these are for models with very minimal options. What should I realistically expect below invoice?
#9543 of 10203 Re: price for Carmy hybrid LE [vkma]
Aug 11, 2012 (5:50 pm)
do you mean 23500 with Tax and tags? With tax and tags my cost should be at around 24000. Any opinions?? Selling price is the lowest I have seen, at least $2000 below the commonly discounted price. Do you know of anyone who has done better and if so in which part of the country?