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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#9728 of 10003 Re: 2012 Camry SE with Navi [realtek]
Nov 18, 2012 (10:59 pm)
Ask yourself if you need to pay Toyota's inflated price for a Navigation system
when a app for your cell phone cost hundreds less. Another solution is to buy one
for under 100$ and keep it in the trunk.
That being said, of course you should call Robert H. at Toyota of Orange. Remember
to always request a price from the seller first instead of you providing him a price to match. Not sure about the price for the SE. Orange should sell a LE for 20K.
good luck and please share the results with the forum.
#9729 of 10003 Re: 2012 Camry SE [bendakaya]
Nov 19, 2012 (3:06 pm)
One question here, any college grad or military rebate used to get $21,144?
I could not get a price close to this. Even with 1000 college rebate, the best I can get is 21,6xx. btw I'm in NY.
#9730 of 10003 Re: 2012 Camry SE [coches1]
Nov 19, 2012 (4:02 pm)
yes..$21,144 is the cash price without fees. Even I wanted $21k but none of the dealers were reducing it below $21,450 except the one I purchased from.
I didn't know that Toyota runs local rebates but I'm sure we don't have any right now in Illinois. The only rebates available now are $1000 graduate rebate and $500 military rebate and none of them applies to me.
#9731 of 10003 Re: 2012 Camry SE [leolu]
Nov 19, 2012 (4:11 pm)
$21,144 was without any rebates and it was for Camry 2012 SE + power drive + mats. I'm not eligible for any of the current rebates.
The price you were quoted is very high if it is for the same car(and features) as mine.
The rebates are directly from Toyota. So your dealer quote (without any rebates ) should be at least less than $21,500.
I made the bargaining only through emails. I emailed 7-8 dealers about the car I wanted and only 1 dealer was willing to work out the deal. I went to the dealership only after they agreed to $21,144 in the email. If you are not in any hurry email 2 or 3 good dealers in your area and wait for the right price.
#9732 of 10003 Re: 2012 Camry SE [bendakaya]
Nov 19, 2012 (6:54 pm)
Thanks for the info.
Your deal surprised me. Then I got curious and looked up the same model as yours on truecar, just changing the locations made a 1k difference. In chicago, IL, it is 216XX; In NY, it is 227XX. Maybe I should look for a better place to live.
#9733 of 10003 Re: 2012 Camry SE [bendakaya]
Nov 19, 2012 (9:46 pm)
Congrats Bendakaya. Can I ask is $21,144 OTD price or has to be plus plus and plus? Thanks!
Nov 19, 2012 (11:14 pm)
Hi.. I was given a quote of 25,777 for Toyota Camry XLE. It is a OTD price. I was given a quote of 23,526 for SE LMT trim. Should I go for it? please give your opinions
#9735 of 10003 Re: 2012 Camry SE [xhm]
Nov 20, 2012 (1:09 pm)
$21,144 is invoice price. OTD price was $23,249
Nov 21, 2012 (12:12 am)
Hi.. I am unable to edit my previous post.. I put in the wrong numbers. For XLE the OTD is 29,277. The base price is 27,420. For SE the quote for OTD is 28,796 with base price at 25,296. I feel it is pricy and not a good deal. Please give your opinion...
#9737 of 10003 2012 Camry LE
Nov 23, 2012 (12:36 pm)
Hi all! after a long wait, I finally made a move today after Thanksgiving sale. Here is the breakdown:
CAMRY LE w/ pow. seat and moonroof
+TT&L and processing.
Wife wanted 21k even out the door but they won't do it. I thought this was a good deal.
Toyota dealers have so many remaining 2012s. Hopefully, you guys could do even better. Share your experience.