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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#9763 of 10002 2012 Camry XLE V4 in Elk Grove, CA
Dec 02, 2012 (3:15 am)
Just picked up a Silver 2012 Camry XLE v4 in Elk Grove, CA for $26,700 + fees. There is a $1000 rebate if you pay all cash instead of using Toyota 0% financing for those who can afford it.
Car has just about everything: Nav, Backup camera, Bluetooth, Smart key system, Homelink, leather, heated front seats, and entune system.
I like the look for the Camry. I've been a Honda buyer but this new style is very nice.
Seem like a reasonable deal for me. For those interested, I got a quote for the following as well.
2012 Camry LE Silver V4 = $21,600 + fee
2012 Camry LE Red or White V4 = $19,900 + fee
2012 Camry XLE Silver V6 = $31,700 + fee
#9764 of 10002 Re: 2012 Camry XLE V4 in Elk Grove, CA [sactown]
Dec 02, 2012 (10:50 am)
This is just a pet peeve of mine, but there is no such thing as a "V4". The 4 cylinder engine is an "I4", as in "in-line 4 cylinder." The 6 cylinder engine is a V6, because of the shape of the cylinders - there are 3 on one side, 3 on the other, and they are mounted in a "V" shape, with the bottom of the V the crankshaft. So you have an "I4".
Great car, great choice!!
#9765 of 10002 2012 camry LE - Fairfax VA
Dec 04, 2012 (12:28 pm)
My wife just bought a camry LE. Here is my breakdown:
+ TT L
For a Le w/o sunroof, the best price we receive otd is 21,200.
Remember, dont let them talk you into adding freight (790). This charge has already been included on the sticker bottom price.
#9766 of 10002 Re: SE in Florida [meche31]
Dec 04, 2012 (1:32 pm)
thats an unbelievable deal. Does $19,500 include any rebates?
#9767 of 10002 Want to know the price for 2012 Camry SE V4 in TX
Dec 05, 2012 (8:06 am)
Im interested buying 2012 Camry SE V4 in Dallas area. The least quote Im getting from dealer is $22870 + ttl + tax which I see is pricy. The options that they say are powerseats + mat (Nothing else). May I know the dealer & contact if anyone bought for less, I live in Dallas area.
#9768 of 10002 Re: 2012 Camry SE [bendakaya]
Dec 05, 2012 (8:16 am)
Please share the dealer information. I would like to get it for the same price.
#9769 of 10002 Re: 2012 Camry SE [boopathi]
Dec 05, 2012 (6:04 pm)
I purchased from Elgin Toyota in Illinois. I'm not sure if it will help you as you are from Dallas. If you don't need a car right away wait for a good deal and I'm sure you will get it because dealers will definitely reduce the price towards the end of the year.
#9770 of 10002 2012 SE Bay area
Dec 11, 2012 (11:56 am)
Frist of all, thanks to all that shared their buying price and experiece. The forum has privided invaluable information for the car buyer.
Here is my story.
I just bought a 2012 SE with Power seat (PD) and floor mats (haven't see any one without it even though it added $225 to the total price, which I think is ridiculous) last night.
I opt for the 0% APR for 60%, so couldn't get the $1,000 rebate. Sale price is $21,377 + TTL.
Looks like bendakaya did better than me by $233, but the dealership is local, and I feel the price is reasonable enough.
I obtained quotes from a dozen of Toyota dealers in the south bay area plus Toyota at Elk Grove in Sac area. The best quote I got from bay area is $21,588, and used that to push down the one with the right color to $21,488. Then Toyota of Elk grove came with the lowest price of $21,288. I showed that to Piercey Toyota, and split the difference with them.
Overall, I feel the internet and flee department is much easier and efficient to deal with once you are settled on the model and color you want. I did give the retail sales person at another dealership a fair shot while we went and test drove, but he won't even budge below the invoice, even after I told him all the dealers are selling these cars about $1,000 under invoice not considering the rebate ($2,000 below if you use the rebate instead of 0% finanace).
Hope this helps.
Happy holiday to everyone.
#9772 of 10002 2012 Toyota Camry SE out the door price
Dec 13, 2012 (11:35 am)
I live in NJ and I want to buy a new 2012 Camry SE. I want to pay $23,000 out the door (including all taxes and fees) and do not have a trade in vehicle. I also do not qualify for any incentives except the 0% financing. Am I asking for to little or to much or what should be the price I tell a dealer I want to pay out the door? Can somebody help me with this.
Thanks in advance!