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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#9908 of 10206 Re: 2012 se [trusso69]
Mar 01, 2013 (6:35 pm)
Do you have a link for this? I've seen this this offer before or anywhere.
#9910 of 10206 Re: 2012 se [trusso69]
Mar 01, 2013 (8:23 pm)
Can't see the 750 rebate to pop when I open that link for some reason.
Question, as I'm comparing prices, is there a general markdown % for thee 2012 SE models? So I can know what is a good sale price based on the msrp.
#9911 of 10206 Re: need to fill in the blanks [trusso69]
Mar 01, 2013 (9:29 pm)
Wow! Do people actually come on here and make up buying stories? Who has time for that? Here is my bill of sale breakdown
Cash price- $20,026.65
Reg. Fees etc- $82.00
Process fee- $389.95
I couldn't care less if you don't believe me. I didn't come on Edmunds Forum to waste time on "weaving stories". I wanted to find out if I had a good deal. THANKS to your comments! Now I know I didn't just get a GREAT DEAL, I had a SUPER GREAT DEAL!!! You probably are a salesman judging by the details that you were asking me. It was a lot of haggling and my indignant reaction to their lying which almost made me walk out. BUT the manager gave me the price quoted by their salesman, take it or leave it.
#9912 of 10206 Done with this DEAL
Mar 02, 2013 (7:22 am)
"Wow! Do people actually come on here and make up buying stories? Who has time for that?"
1. Yes, people do. Browse the Accord forum if you don't believe me.
2. So, you paid ~$20.4k for the msrp 24,860 Camry.
Congrats on a great deal!
#9913 of 10206 Re: Done with this DEAL [trusso69]
Mar 02, 2013 (6:59 pm)
Thanks! The more I talk with people the more I feel good about my deal. The only bad side is getting so mad about the lie and blowing up at the dealer in a way Im not used to doing to people and shooting my blood pressure through the roof. It paid off for me but I sure hated the process and it wasnt a "fun" buying experience. But now its all good.
#9914 of 10206 2013 camry SE
Mar 03, 2013 (6:06 pm)
Just want to check with everyone on this deal as I am going to pick up the car soon. The agreed up price for a 2013 Camry SE with power driver seat, floor mats, and tinted window is 20763, cash price, before tax and tag (as this depends on the area), but no dealer/processing fees. What do you guys think. thanks, ahead of time.
#9915 of 10206 Re: 2012 se [deepo11]
Mar 03, 2013 (8:10 pm)
$22,313 plus tax and lic for 2012 Camry SE with PD and NAV.
I bought this in California in January.
My son bought a 2012 Camry SE with out PD or any other extras, except mats for $20,988. That was in October 2012. No rebate on that purchase either.
Also went with 0% financing instead of the rebate.
Those were the best deals I could find in my area and I did a lot of looking...
#9916 of 10206 Re: 2013 camry SE [bsunder]
Mar 03, 2013 (8:13 pm)
If you can get that deal then jump on it. Sounds too good to be true for the SE with PD. Hope the dealer isn't playing games with you.
What state is this in?
#9917 of 10206 Re: 2013 camry SE [misterve]
Mar 04, 2013 (9:16 am)
I certainly hope the dealer is not, because I am travling a little distance to pick up the car, the dealership is in NC. I already have a signed bill of sell, so I hope it all works out.