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#9668 of 10002 2012 Camry LE
Oct 05, 2012 (7:46 am)
Looking for 2012 Camry LE - mats but no power driver seat.
Best price locally (Northern California - East Bay) is just under $21,000 plus tax & lic...before college grad rebate. Was hoping for more rebates in October.
Best price I've been quoted in California is just under $20,000 in So Cal at Toyota Orange (LE with no power seats). The problem is the location is a long drive from No Cal.
Any thoughts on waiting for better deal? I am not in a rush but want decent selection.
I have seen on this forum that 19,500 for LE (possibly even with power seats) was possible in CA... is that confirmed?
#9669 of 10002 Re: 2012 Camry LE [misterve]
Oct 05, 2012 (2:54 pm)
Hi Mr. ve
We are both searching for the 2012 Camry LE. I am confident the knowledge we
share is going to help us obtain the best price.
Elk grove Toyota has an ad in the Sacramento Bee for 19,500$ without power seats.
The reason their are no rebates is because business is strong for toyota. September sales were way up. Its possible toyota will have something mid month.
Look at the LA times Orange County car classified. They have 2 sections. Orange Toyota has a LE listed for 23,625 without PD for 19,500$ and the other with PD for 24,025$ for 19,995$.
I believe Robert is the fleet/internet sales manager at Orange. He is the only sales person to provide the ad price as soon as you ask. 20k for an LE is a good price. It is a waiting game for the TOY. rebate. 500-750 less will be even better.
keep in touch
#9670 of 10002 Re: 2012 Camry LE [misterve]
Oct 05, 2012 (5:28 pm)
Talked to Robert from Orange Toyota. He has LE models with power for 19,995$.
Talk is cheap in this business, but I believe he delivers what he promises. Nothing is for sure but have a good feeling about the deal.
I could regret it but I am waiting for a rebate from edmonds or toyota.
#9671 of 10002 Re: SoCal update [coches1]
Oct 07, 2012 (9:30 pm)
One dealer in Socal is offering 12 camry SE for 22800 OTD, did a quick calculation the selling price is 20884 (260 DMV fees + 80 dealer document fees + 7.75% sales tax in orange county), is this a good deal to pull the trigger?
2013 Altima and 2013 Accord are out with better specs and Toyota is still not offering any rebates to clear the 2012 camry models. I would have jump to 2013 Accord but prices are too high compare to 2012 Camry. Or should I wait to see the 2013 Camry? (Believe it will just be carry over)
#9672 of 10002 Re: SoCal update [zonecar]
Oct 08, 2012 (8:04 am)
I just got a quote of 20.998 for the 2012 Camry SE with floor mats. Plus tax, lic and 80 doc fee. This is in No Cal - Bay Area.
Seriously thinking about that offer but don't want to miss any new Toyota rebates in November...if they have them.
#9673 of 10002 Re: SoCal update [zonecar]
Oct 08, 2012 (9:43 am)
What dealer in So ca?
20900 seems like a good price for a 12 SE. Toyota is having a great year and does not need to offer rebates. However, the new accord could change this because of the added standard features of the 2013 Accord.
The new rebates will be here in November, perhaps waiting three weeks will save us an additional 500-1000$.
Robert in Fleet Toyota of Orange offered a LE for 20k. Call and find out the price for a SE.
let me know
#9674 of 10002 Re: SoCal update [zonecar]
Oct 08, 2012 (5:05 pm)
What dealer was the one that offered 22800 OTD for camry SE? I am also looking to buy a Toyota Camry SE 2012. I was searching in several dealer In the Los Angeles County area and the cheapest I found was 21200 and OTD would be 23,300. Friends of mine are recommending to wait for end of the year specials,and some say I could get the same model for 2100 OTD if I wait until December. What would you recommend? I think we can get a good price on the Camry when the 2013 come in.
#9675 of 10002 Re: SoCal update [zonecar]
Oct 09, 2012 (3:53 pm)
It is Tustin Toyota.
One thing you should put into consider is that the price for end year sale will definitely be better but don't know about the inventory. There is a chance that very limited color choice left at that time.
I am having 2nd thought of the 2013 Honda Accord Sport, MSRP at 24980 compare to 24680 for the Camry SE, hoping to see if I could get around 3000~3500 off MSRP in a few month since I am not familiar for the Accord pricings. I understand that the Accord will always be a bit expensive compare to the Camry, but I can justify 1K~1.3K difference for the extra standard features like push start, right side view camera, rear view camera, better engine and MPG. Very hard choice now..
#9676 of 10002 Re: SoCal update [zonecar]
Oct 09, 2012 (3:57 pm)
Good day Zonecar
Well, someone has been completing their homework. This sounds like a good price. 2012 for about 21k purchase price, I think that is right. You might want to make one last phone call to the fleet manager at Toyota of Orange and give him the exact details. It could mean an extra 100-200$. This dealer seems to be all about volume and lowest price.
You are right about the 2013 Accord. It has many more standard features than the
LE. The most notable is the standard ALLOY WHEELS. Another huge advantage with the SE is the upgraded seats and foam.
good luck and please share the final price and any interesting details with the forum.
#9677 of 10002 Re: SoCal update [coches1]
Oct 09, 2012 (4:54 pm)
Did some research and decide to list here for reference
Advantage for 2012 Camry SE base (MSRP24680): 6 speakers (4 on accord), extra airbag on leg area, better Sport fabric SofTex seats
Advantage for 2013 Accord Sport (MSRP24980): Rearview camera, DUAL ZONE AC control (standard on all accord), 10 way power driver seats, dual exhaust pipe design, better engine hp and MPG.
I am on the fence now, so guess I would wait for a couple month and see if the Accord price would drop. A car is for to keep 5~6 years so the decision is important.