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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#9576 of 10203 2012 Camry SE prices
Aug 19, 2012 (7:33 pm)
I'm a first-time car buyer looking for a car that will mainly be driven by my daughter to community college this year then at a 4-year school next year. On the advice of 3 experienced mechanics, my wife and I have looked only at Toyota, Nissan, and Honda. We assumed we'd buy a used car but it appears that those prices aren't that much below new ones. After test driving one of each at dealerships yesterday, parents and daughter are focused on Toyota. That dealer has a 2013 Corolla, loaded, for $19,999; TMV for our area (Dallas) is $19,809 and a Camry SE 4 dr. w/all the features we want in stock for $22,980 + TT&L A/R; TMV is $23,211. I was stunned on this board to see that a dealer in Orange Co. CA would sell a SE for under $21,000. My daughter's first choice is a RAV 4 and the same dealer has a VERY basic one for $22,445 + TT&L; TMV is $23,792. The only option we really want in any vehicle is the nav system but that adds over $2500 to the RAV 4 due to being offered only in a package. I think my next step will be to try another dealer but folks far more knowledge about car buying in general and Toyotas in particular may say I'm crazy since this dealer is so close to TMV. Also, I'm wondering how after-market nav systems measure up to factory-installed ones (I know that the manufacturers mark those up hugely) and/or if doing that would risk voiding the new car warranty. I'd really appreciate ideas from those of you on this forum.
#9577 of 10203 Camry SE 4 cyl Fullly loaded
Aug 19, 2012 (9:41 pm)
OK peeps I got a Camry SE fully loaded + Tinted windows for 27000 OTD PRICE.
Is it a good deal ?
#9578 of 10203 2012 Camry SE prices update
Aug 20, 2012 (5:31 am)
Apologies to the board for this additional message but I neglected to include these important bits of info in my original post: 1) We're paying cash. 2) We hoped before we started shopping to keep the cost at 20K at most (but can be a little flexible for great deal on a new car). 3) We want a white car. Thanks.
Aug 20, 2012 (5:51 pm)
Is this a good deal?
From Roseville Toyota
Base Camry SE Msrp :$24,205
Price : $20,500
Otd : $22,805
Sf Toyota offered
Base Camry Se
$21,251 plus tax and license
Otd : $23,430 with SF tax and license
Otd :$23,430 with sf tax and license
It's two hour something drive to Roseville Toyota from Sf , wondering if really worth the drive or I should wait until near labor day
#9580 of 10203 What's good price for Camry XLE 4-Cyl in Dallas
Aug 20, 2012 (4:20 pm)
Hi, wondering if anyone can offer me advise on what is a great price in Dallas area for below:
XLE 4 Cyl., Leather, Convenience Package, Navigation, JBL/Entune...
Thanks so much in advance.
#9581 of 10203 Re: price for Carmy hybrid LE [smiles3usa]
Aug 21, 2012 (5:41 am)
Am I misunderstanding something? You got the Camry Hybrid LE for $25,830 with or without the student discount?
#9582 of 10203 Re: price for Carmy hybrid LE [ozzi90]
Aug 21, 2012 (7:29 am)
I got the Camry Hybrid LE for 23,888 OTD for $25,830. There was no student discount (and toyota does not offer the discount on the camry hybrid)--although the saleman initially tried to add $1,000 to the ad price of 23,888 because I did not qualify for the discount.
#9583 of 10203 Re: 2012 SE [sienaman]
Aug 21, 2012 (7:51 am)
Thanks for the debit card link! Another $250 is an unexpected reward!
#9584 of 10203 Re: 2012 Se [jay_jay90]
Aug 21, 2012 (11:07 am)
$20,500 before TTL for a Base SE is a excellent price and right now Toyota is offering 0.9% for 60 months on the Camry. In my opinion a great deal.
#9585 of 10203 Re: 2012 Se [jay_jay90]
Aug 21, 2012 (2:07 pm)
One question JJ.
Is the cash price of 20,500$ the base SE paid at Roseville Toy. include the 500$ customer cash rebate from Toyota or it is without it.
If it is included the cash price is 21,000$
If Not included and you actually paid 20,000$, Mazda6dude and I will arrest you for