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Toyota 4Runner, SUV
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Sep 11, 2006 (3:56 pm)
I'm in the market for a 06 4Runner SR5 v6 4x4. Here's a quote I got, do you think I still have much room of negotiation? Thanks a lot for any comments.
2006 Toyota 4Runner with 3rd row seat, side curtain airbags, 17" alloy wheel pkg, roof rack, rear spoiler, moonroof, tow pkg and preferred accessory pkg. It has a MSRP of $34,114. I can sell it to you for $30,728 + taxes & fees
BTW, this is after 1.5k rebate.
#1399 of 2055 Re: SR5 4x4 Quote [kiddingyou]
Sep 12, 2006 (9:47 am)
That seems higher than I've seen. Check out fitzmall.com prices.
#1400 of 2055 Re: SR5 4x4 Quote [maxxlady]
Sep 12, 2006 (10:59 am)
thank you for the information
Sep 27, 2006 (4:59 pm)
Anybody have the scoop on incentives for October for both 2006 and 2007 models?
I just did a physical scan of 2006 inventory here in Houston and it looks pretty thin. I also found out that the Toyota dealer web sites are not up to date. Many of the 06's listed on the site are no longer in stock.
#1402 of 2055 Just bought a 2006 4Runner SR5 V8
Sep 30, 2006 (9:11 pm)
Hi All I just bought a 2006 4Runner SR5 V8 with
3rd row seat
Roll sensor and airbags
Price before taxes and lic was 31663.
However i think I got totally screwed on the Extended Warranties. I ended up paying 2800 dollars for the 7 year/100,000 mile extended warranty platinum. This included 55000 miles of paid service as well.
I really don't know how much people are paying for this. Please post what you ended up paying for the Toyota Platinum extended warranty and paid maintenance. Thanks
Also I just got the vehicle today and have to go back tommorrow to finish up the trade in. IS there any recourse for me in California?
#1403 of 2055 Toyota buying in Austin
Oct 01, 2006 (9:45 am)
I bought a car from Charles Maund in Austin TX a few years ago. The experience was fine. This time, the sales wanted to have my credit card before sales was willing to submit my offer to the sales manager.
I do remember sales using this technique in the 80's- usually asked for a check of a small amount, but have not encountered it for the last 4-5 new cars I bought.
I ended up buying a car from Classic Toyota north of Austin. This dealership seems to be more straight, and they do not need my credit card to consider an offer.
#1404 of 2055 Re: Just bought a 2006 4Runner SR5 V8 [sirhelm]
Oct 01, 2006 (1:03 pm)
I've owned two 4Runners,and both gave me well over 300,000 miles of excellent service w/o any major problems. Scrap the extended warranty. Just tell them you've changed your mind and you want to cancel it. Period.
#1405 of 2055 Re: Just bought a 2006 4Runner SR5 V8 [jamesbass1]
Oct 01, 2006 (2:51 pm)
Yup did just that went back and cancelled the extended warranty and the prepaid maintenance that they had bundled in that 2800 price.
If need be I will just pick up an extended warranty from Toyota before 36K or 3 years.
Do I have to take the 4Runner in to a toyota dealer and follow the maintenance schedule to get the extended warranty down the road?
BTW thanks for the help everyone!!
#1406 of 2055 What is a good price?
Oct 02, 2006 (9:30 am)
One place I found that shows what a good price for a Toyota is is www.fitzmall.com
From my own shopping experience and from reading this forum, I'd say you have a good offer if it is comparable to what fitzmall offers. Remember to compare your local incentive vs the incentive from where fitzmall is (usually Maryland for Toyota cars), and take that difference into consideration. Edmunds.com does seem to keep the incentives updated and accurate as far as I can tell.
No disrespect to Edmunds.com, but I always found the TMV prices from the Edmunds website to be 1-2K higher than the real world prices, when we consider a ~30K car.
Oct 04, 2006 (10:00 pm)
In Gulf States Region: Don McGill, Houston
2007 4x2 SR5 V6
Leather; Extra Mile Package A (Security, NightMirror, Mats, Nets, yadda yadda yadda); Moonroof; Power Seats; Roof Rack; Leather Steering Wheel/Shifter; Spoiler; Stainless Door Sills; Double Decker Cargo; 17" Wheels, Tonneau Cover; By Dealer: Tint, Permavin, Sealant Package;
MSRP: 34,425 (Dealer stuff had incredible markup)
Invoice: 29,439 - 500 cashback = 28,939
Paid: 29,374 (after cashback)
Great buying experience, sweet SUV. Now to accessorize!