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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#9849 of 10206 2013 Toyota Camry SE V6
Jan 11, 2013 (12:49 pm)
Finally closed the deal today on the following car:
Loaded 2013 Toyota Camry SE V6
Exterior: Metallic Gray
Interior: Black Leather
a) Leather Package
b) Convenience Package
c) Display Audio w/ Navigation, Entune
d) Moon roof
e) Splash Guards
f) Wheel Locks
g) Door Edge Guards
h) Carpet Floor Mats
i) Blind Spot Monitor
j) 35% Window Tint
k) Body Side Molding
l) LED daytime running lights
Got the OTD price of $30, 600 including TTL for the car. Any thoughts on this deal?
#9850 of 10206 2012-2013 Camry Se Limited with Convenience package?
Jan 14, 2013 (6:08 am)
I'm looking for a Blizzard Pearl '12-'13 Camry SE Limited with the Convenience Package? Does this exist? My must have is the push button start and smart key system. Any thoughts?
#9851 of 10206 Re: Camry SE Limited edition [carwatch1]
Jan 14, 2013 (1:07 pm)
Thanks for clarification on cost comparison - apples to apples.
FYI - The SE quote was including NAV and Power Driver Seats. Alloy wheels are standard on SE but smaller than the SE Sport. The SE did not have the sunroof though. Sport probably has other upgrades over regular SE.
Sounds like a good offer for your SE Sport.
#9852 of 10206 Looking into Camry LE 2012 + power driver seat
Jan 15, 2013 (4:42 pm)
DC area (will register in VA). anyone can share their recent OTD price or the best quote and deal name?
#9853 of 10206 Probably best OTD price.... (so far anyway)
Jan 15, 2013 (5:32 pm)
Hi, I am a faculty at PGCC, MD. You may want to try 355 Darcars. I usually buy from them after shopping around and compare the OTD price. I bought my XLE 03/2012. Recently helped another Edmunds poster from PA to shop for an XLE. He ended up buying from 355 since no dealer in PA could match their price. Glad to help you out if you like. I will ask the PA poster to join the thread.
#9854 of 10206 2012 Camry hybrid le
Jan 17, 2013 (12:07 pm)
Went to Cincinnati dealer with "no haggle" price of 25081. They quote MSRP of 26975 and avg mkt of 25997. I want to haggle, but am new at this game. Should I accept price or can i get some suggestions on ways to reduce price further. Prices are before taxes, include delivery fees. Standard le, no extras. Thanks.
#9855 of 10206 Re: 2012 Camry hybrid le [jcm25]
Jan 17, 2013 (1:17 pm)
$25081 is too high I think. The price is very high. I am not sure what is the sales tax price for OH, but in VA I was getting OTD price around $25,500.00. The sales tax in VA is around 3.15%, but the processing fees is high like $790.
If you have costco or AAA use their pricing, which will be a lot less.
Jan 17, 2013 (1:26 pm)
Just brought home a 2012 Camry LE (plus power seat and floor mats) lease last night.
36 months, 36,000 miles
$23,994 MSRP, $22,475 sales price, $500 Toyota lease cash, 54.5% residual, 0.00001 money factor (basically nothing). Paid first payment up front plsu tax on the Toyota lease cash.
$264/mo plus tax the rest of the way, which in Indiana means $282/mo
Got Internet quote from a dealer in Indianapolis, then was able to get my local Lafayette dealer to match their price even though the lease terms were way better since Lafayette is considered the Chicago region.
#9857 of 10206 Re: 2012 Camry hybrid le [myodyssey11]
Jan 17, 2013 (5:47 pm)
Thanks for the feedback. Where do I get AAA pricing? I am familiar with AAA, and am a member, but have not seen any references to their offering car sales info. Thanks, again.
#9858 of 10206 Toyota Camry-Attn: Tall People
Jan 18, 2013 (5:36 am)
I was in the market for a new car and was seriously considering the Honda Accord and the Toyota Camry. I test drove the Camry several times and enjoyed the ride and the features. We never made it to the point to talk price; however, the salesman I had was very nice and not pushy at all - made my experience enjoyable. Ultimately, the car was for my wife. When we went to the dealership so she couild drive it, I got in the passenger seat and did not fit. I am 6'-5" tall and my head hit the ceiling. The drivers seat moved up and down; however, the passenger seat only moves front to back. I only mention this for tall people that may occaionally ride in the passenger seat or for parents with tall kids who might not think to take the kids with them when buying the car.
I will also mention that the foot rest on the Honda Accord sticks out a fair distance and I do have to bend my leg. So, it does appear that from the drivers standpoint, the Camry is more comfortable for taller people; however, I could not be a passenger without laying the seat back.