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Toyota 4Runner, SUV
Did you get a good deal on your 4Runner?
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#1021 of 2055 2005 4Runner Best Deal I believe
May 30, 2005 (11:30 am)
I just bought a Brand New 2005 4Runner SR5 with Moonroof, 17"Alloy Wheels, Black Roof Rail, Leather Steering Wheel (Audio Controls), leather shift knob, Double Decker Cargo System. The MSRP was $30065 I paid $25115 (after rebate) + $399 + 6.25 Tax for Texas. This was atleat $2000 cheaper then if I would have bought anywhere from Houston, Austin or Dallas. Therefore, I flew to Atlanta, picked up the vehicle and drove it back 900 miles. I saved a net $1500 after everything. SOUNDS LIKE A GREAT DEAL TO ME !!! I am loving this vehicle and plan to enjoy it for many years to come. I bought it from Chris Miller at Sandy Springs Toyota.
#1022 of 2055 Re: 2005 4Runner Best Deal I believe [4runnerguy1]
May 30, 2005 (7:22 pm)
FYI. Toyota of Lewisville (north of Dallas) has $4500 off MSRP on SR5's.
#1023 of 2055 bluestone metallic 2005 4 runner 4wd sr5 v6
May 30, 2005 (10:10 pm)
I shopped around on the internet a lot and also got a lot of internet quotes from several different local dealers and finally decided to settle when 2 other dealers told me that they could not take my business even though they wanted it really bad. I actually was told by 2 seperate different dealers that I should go with what I was offered by Dublin Toyota. I paid 29000 out the door, and pay about 500 a month. The car is very very nice and I bargained a lot to get to this price. I was at the dealership for about 8 hours. Buying a car can be quick or it can take you all day and night. I think I was the last customer out of their dealership. All dealers may try to show you some sort of invoice but just beware that this obviously is not the REAL invoice but something that the mgr can change and alter to show you what kind of deal that you may think you are getting. Just shop around a lot and never settle for anything. This will be the biggest purchase of your life besides a house. good luck
#1024 of 2055 canadian pricing
May 31, 2005 (8:15 pm)
Has anyone gotten a deal on V6 limited in Canada. It seems all the dealers use
Access pricing structure as arriving at the best price. This is the same as Toyota Canada's full suggested retail price. This is crazy. Who pays full price for anything anymore? I would appreciate any insights.
#1025 of 2055 Re: canadian pricing [farnorth]
Jun 02, 2005 (1:35 pm)
I just purchased a V-6 ltd. Toyota dealers in Canada have no option but to go with the access pricing or run the risk of loosing their toyota license. There was a program on this on W-5 or similar news show. Despite this some dealers will discount. I gave up and paid the Toyota price. Lots of new car manufacturers are going to no haggle pricing. My wife just bought a Volvo paid basically the full price.
#1026 of 2055 Is this a good deal?
Jun 03, 2005 (6:14 pm)
New 2005 V8 4x4 Sport Package, 17" alloy wheels, power locks & windows, heated mirrors, cloth seats, roof rack, running boards, driver and front passenger advanced airbags, carpet mats, security system upgrade, tow package with 7 pin to 4 pin converter, full time 4WD, wheel w/audio controls, fog lamps and other random stuff
#1027 of 2055 Invoice Prices for Options
Jun 07, 2005 (9:47 am)
Good afternoon. I'm considering purchasing a 2005 4Runner SR5 V8 4x4 and I'm trying to figure out the invoice prices for the options I'd like to have. I've used Edmund's site, but not all of the options I want are listed.
Does anyone have the invoice prices for the following options?
Extra Mile Option Package B (B0) - $613 MSRP
Leather Interior Upgrade (L1) - $1420 MSRP
Vehicle Sheild Package (P4) - $349 MSRP
Double Decker Cargo System (CM) - $125 MSRP
17" Alloy Wheels (AW) - $100 MSRP
Daytime Running Lights (RL) - $40 MSRP
#1028 of 2055 Re: Invoice Prices for Options [kemoputz]
Jun 07, 2005 (2:39 pm)
Go to http://www.carsdirect.com you will find allmost all the invoice prices you're looking for.
Hope this helps.....Good Luck!
#1029 of 2055 new sport edition 4x4 v6
Jun 07, 2005 (6:40 pm)
Just got my new sport edition
4x4 V6, Spoiler, Moonroof, Carpet and floor mats for
$29,000 - $500 (MR) - $400 (NewGraduateR) + TTL
Is it a good deal? After I offered the price 29000, they just though about for 5 mins and approved.
I guess Toyota must be providing some huge holdback for the high MPG trucks.
#1030 of 2055 Re: Invoice Prices for Options [lorryfan]
Jun 07, 2005 (8:28 pm)
Thanks! That helped!