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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#9587 of 10005 Re: 2012 Se [jay_jay90]
Aug 21, 2012 (4:21 pm)
The 500$ rebate is a national promotion depending on the region. The OFFICIAL Toyota website should have a link to local specials. Enter your zip code and the offers will appear for each Toyota model.
This 500$ is offered to you and not to the dealer. Negotiate the best price and then
use the rebate to lower the price.
I am looking for a LE Camry. Please ask this same dealer what his best price is on a LE. Let me know what he says because I want to buy it A>S>A>P
#9588 of 10005 Re: 2012 Camry SE prices [lonestar6]
Aug 22, 2012 (4:51 am)
You should be able to negotiate under the TMV Value. TMV is starting negotiaion price.
#9589 of 10005 Re: 2012 Se [jay_jay90]
Aug 22, 2012 (2:51 pm)
Hi jay jay
What dealer did you obtain these prices for the Camry?
#9590 of 10005 Re: 2012 Se [coches1]
Aug 22, 2012 (3:31 pm)
Hi, I actually emailed all the dealer in the Bay Area in California and some dealers in Sacramento Area.
Roseville originally gave me the quote of Se : $20,968. Then I emailed like the dealers if they are willing to beat the price then make them out bid each other again. Basically the LE price is listed on their site.
All the dealers near San Francisco, didn't want to give me cheaper price since the Se is selling themselves.
On the rebate you informed me about, I typed in the zip codes of the dealers and the Toyota Sunnyvale and they didn't show up. I'm just assuming the dealers are just -$500 from the price or something.
Does base Se doesn't come with carpet floor mats?
#9591 of 10005 Re: 2012 Se [jay_jay90]
Aug 22, 2012 (3:29 pm)
Just to confirm, the lowest price you received for the SE was 20,968$ from
Roseville. Let me know if you obtained a lower price and what dealer.
#9592 of 10005 Re: 2012 Se [coches1]
Aug 22, 2012 (4:05 pm)
Elk Gove toyota offered $20,958 which was the lowest.
#9593 of 10005 Re: 2012 Se [jay_jay90]
Aug 22, 2012 (4:11 pm)
The promotion is in the Southern California area. The Northern Toyota dealers are not offering it. It could be the 500$ is a Manufacturer to dealer incentive. This is the real problem with negotiating. The consumer has no idea what the incentives are to the dealer.
Best to always negotiate with the golden question
"Whats the cash price of the vehicle" without fees.
#9594 of 10005 Re: NJ Toyota dealer for 2012 Camry SE [jimdrew]
Aug 22, 2012 (7:28 pm)
Do you mind sharing the dealership detail?
Aug 23, 2012 (5:51 pm)
Just bought camry basic Se today from Concord Toyota
I wasn't expecting there to be a finance charge , which came to be $318.20.
#9596 of 10005 Re: price for Carmy hybrid LE [vkma]
Aug 23, 2012 (11:37 pm)
I just realized today one reason why my car was a little less expensive (23300 out the door including titling fee and lemmon law fee, without tax and tags, which should raise the total price to around 24000). It is because the model that i purchased of the Hybrid LE does not have the touch screen or the automatic drivers seat. i think some models have it. That is the only difference i can think of. i think that even without those features this was an outstandiing deal.