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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#9827 of 10203 Hanlees Fleet Dept. Davis CA
Dec 31, 2012 (3:07 pm)
Happy New year to all!!
Dave E. in Hanlees fleet Dept. called me and provided the following
2012 Camry LE No power seats $19K MSRP 23,620?
2012 Camry LE including Power seats $19.7K MSRP 24,060?
This quote is after the 1000$ rebate offered for No. Ca. dealers
The power driver seat is 440$ (retail). It should be possible to
add this to the 19K and buy it for $19,440 plus fees.
Maybe he is the No. CA. version of Robert H. of Orange Toyota
#9828 of 10203 Re: 12 TCH @ $31,500 sale price [danielraj]
Dec 31, 2012 (4:15 pm)
MSRP on that car is like $36,000.
#9829 of 10203 2012 Camry Hybrid XLE
Dec 31, 2012 (11:18 pm)
* Convenience package
* Carpet/Trunk Mat set
* Nav with Entune (6.1")
* Leather Package
Quoted $29,300 + TTL in New Jersey. Looking for guidance/feedback. Do you think dealers should be discounting the 2012s more aggressively than this to make room for the 2013s?
#9830 of 10203 Re: Looking into Camry LE 2012 + power driver seat [paul03200]
Jan 02, 2013 (7:17 am)
hi, could you please share the dealer info? please send to lookpoor at yahoo dot com. thanks a lot.
#9831 of 10203 Re: 2012 Toyota Camry SE [lepton2]
Jan 02, 2013 (8:57 am)
Yes. This is for regular 4 cylinder SE not the V6 Model.
This is at Autowest Honda Hayward,CA
#9832 of 10203 Re: 2012 Toyota Camry SE [eric510]
Jan 02, 2013 (9:01 am)
Autowest hayward. Basically you beat dealer against each other. Key is to get the lower quote from dealer and take it to other.Most dealer price match.
#9833 of 10203 Re: Toyota Camry LE [lepton2]
Jan 02, 2013 (2:23 pm)
Was $20,408 the OTD price or before ttl
#9834 of 10203 Camry SE Sport Vs XLE
Jan 03, 2013 (9:41 am)
I am a little bit confused with the model differences, this are the quotes I received:
1. SE Sport with: Leather package, NAV, Moonroof: $$22,800
2. XLE with: NAV, Leather pkg, Moonroof (was told moonroof is standard in XLE): $23,200
Assume they are both equipped the same (NAV, Leather and moonroof) is there any other difference between the two models? which one would you recommend over the other?
All prices before any taxes etc,.
#9835 of 10203 Re: Camry SE Sport Vs XLE [ek1979]
Jan 03, 2013 (2:14 pm)
Is this the 2012 model? The 2013's are officially out, so this is now a year old car as far as the car's value goes (if you are buying 2012). You should thus get a price that is appropriate.
There is a $1000 manufacturer rebate on the 2012 Limited Edition SE and other nonhybrid Camry's.
The regular SE (2012) with your options and the $1,000 rebate included - the very best price you can expect to get on that one is $22,995. That would be the best of the best (normally not possible - including the rebate, that would be the build and buy price), so that is very good what they have quoted. Invoice is $25,395. The Consumer Reports Bottom Line price is $23,930, which is the price one, in normal circumstances would be what you would start to negotiate up from. All these prices include destination charge.
The XLE with leather and nav and moonroof (moonroof is indeed standard) - also excellent price. Dealer holdback is $495. This is even a steeper discount, so I don't know what they are dipping into there. There are incentives from the manufacturer sometimes for selling so many XLE's this month, etc. We don't get to see those.
#9836 of 10203 Re: Camry SE Sport Vs XLE [lepton2]
Jan 06, 2013 (6:11 am)
I am interested in the SE Limited Edition as it has the Navigation and Sunroof standard. I can not find the manufacturer rebate. I've searched but it is not in edmunds nor carsdirect.
Care to share?
Also, I had a quote from a dealer for a 2013 SE with Nav and Sunroof, OTD of 27400, I was hoping they can do better than that and I presume, a dealer should or more frankly, I should be able to find something better than that.