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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#9649 of 10204 Re: Camry LE with power driver's seat [racer100]
Sep 25, 2012 (4:08 pm)
In California you could purchase a 2012 Camry LE for 19500$. The majority of the
LE models have PD and CF included in the price. It is interesting because here in CA the price has actually increased a small amount. This could be a result of the popularity of the car.
The current offers end on Oct. 1, 2012. Certain marketing factors will happen about this time. the 2013 Honda Accord will be available and have more standard features than the LE. The new Altima will be out along with a few other comparable 2013 equivalent priced sedans.
Toyota should offer a CASH REBATE of 500$-1000$ to clear out the 2012 models. If you can wait a few days you could save a lot of dollars.
Also, call 50 dealers within the greater NY area and ask the FLEET/INTERNET MANAGER the best price for a LE. ALWAYS DEMAND HE/SHE GIVES YOU THE PRICE BEFORE YOU DO!!!!!! Only negotiate CASH PRICE and other fees separate.
Good Luck and please share your story with the forum.
#9650 of 10204 Re: Camry LE with power driver's seat [coches1]
Sep 25, 2012 (4:28 pm)
Thanks coches for your perspective. Prices will get better around week after thanksgiving i guess but I'm looking to close at month end.
19500 is probably very optimistic but I'll try.
#9651 of 10204 Re: Camry LE with power driver's seat [racer100]
Sep 26, 2012 (6:02 am)
Is it 2013 ? if yes $3,000 off Sticker price + TTL+ Doc fee is a good deal. For 2012 model try for $4,000 off sticker price + TTL+ Doc.
I pay NY tax (8.875%) and get 3K off MSRP all the time.
#9652 of 10204 Re: Camry LE with power driver's seat [j06]
Sep 26, 2012 (7:33 am)
Always ready to improve my car buying skills. What is the advantage of negotiating down from the MSRP? Isn't it easier and better to obtain the cash price for the vehicle without fees?
Also, I did not realize the 2013 Camry is available. What are the major changes?
#9653 of 10204 Re: Camry LE with power driver's seat [j06]
Sep 26, 2012 (3:42 pm)
Its a 2012. In my area 2013s are not in dealerships yet. I was thinking of somewhere in the region of 20100 or 20200 which would be 3800 under sticker and 800 below the lowest offer I've received so far.
#9654 of 10204 SoCal update
Sep 30, 2012 (11:18 am)
As of today, 9/30. I went through three dealer and the lowest I can get for a 2012 Camry SE base is 23000 OTD, some dealers even as me to leave since it is too far from what they can give. It's almost year end and the price is still a bit far from my target price at 22500..
Should I wait till October to see if there is any Toyota incentives?
#9655 of 10204 Re: SoCal update [zonecar]
Sep 30, 2012 (2:31 pm)
The current toyota offers expire on 10/1/12. I think the new offers for a 2012 Camry will include a cash rebate of 500$-1000? You have to wait until Oct 1 to
review the offers.
At 23k the cash price is about 21k. I believe you can obtain a lower price. Call
Orange toyota and speak with any FLEET/INTERNET MANAGER. They usually
are direct with their prices. Also, review the PRINT ADS from MAITA, ELK GROVE,
FOLSOM, AND ROSEVILLLE TOYOTA. These dealers are from northern CA and have GREAT PRICES.
Why not call 50 dealers and say your price. The toyota website makes it super easy.
It seems the prices have risen in the last 60 days but the new Accord, Altima,
and Sonata should make for a more competitive market.
Let me know if you find a LE for 19K
The cash price gives you a negotiating tool because taxes differ from each city and county.
#9656 of 10204 2012 camry xle
Sep 30, 2012 (10:11 pm)
camry xle with convenience package, navigation package and leather quoting $28000 OTD. Is this a good price?
#9657 of 10204 Camry SE $24,100 -OTD
Oct 01, 2012 (7:48 am)
last Saturday I purchased new 2012 Camry SE for $24,100 OTD with 0 down and 0% APR for 60 months.
$24,000 - Trade-in Old Nissan Maxima = $23,320 OTD with 0 down and 0% APR for 60 months.
#9658 of 10204 Re: Camry SE $24,100 -OTD [itsmesri]
Oct 01, 2012 (7:55 am)
What city and state do you live in?