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Toyota 4Runner, SUV
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#2041 of 2053 Re: 2012 4 Runner Limited 2wd with 3rd row seat [1s2atl3sc]
Aug 02, 2012 (9:16 am)
This late in the selling year and for a Limited model, I would expect $5,000 off MSRP - with NO dealer add ons.
#2042 of 2053 4Runner Lease Support
Aug 09, 2012 (9:20 pm)
Toyota of Manhattan contacted me with the following lease quote:
2012 4Runner SR5 Premium Package (navigation, heated seats, cross bars)
Term: 36 months
Annual Mileage: 12K
Monthly Payment: $595 (8.75% sales tax included)
#2043 of 2053 Good enough deal?
Aug 16, 2012 (2:01 pm)
I just purchased a 2012 SR5 with convenience package, toyoguard, and tint. I also got them to throw in all weather mats. The MSRP on the vehicle with all of the options was $34,998. I paid $27,900 for it plus another $1200 for dealer fee, tax, and tag xfer, so really it was $29,100. I got about $1,500 less on my trade than I thought I deserved. I was okay with this bc I thought the price of the car was good. What are your thoughts on this deal? TIA...
#2044 of 2053 Re: Good enough deal? [mspaun3]
Aug 18, 2012 (6:18 pm)
That's great price. Would you mind sharing the name of the dealer?
#2045 of 2053 Re: Good enough deal? [pilotman4]
Aug 20, 2012 (9:36 pm)
It was Mike Erdman Toyota in Merritt Island, Florida
#2046 of 2053 2012 SR4 4x4
Sep 14, 2012 (8:22 am)
I been following this thread somewhat, not a lot of activity here, however for a 2012 SR5 with convience pkg, and a few little extras I been finding MSRP's around $36,000. It possible for 5K off or more this time a year on left over in stock, and if not how much will this model increase for 2013. The one other vehicle that is sparking my interest in the 2014 diesel Jeep Grand Cherooke, any thoughts would be appreciated. By the way I am in North East PA I know discounts are relative to regions and dealer stock, and manufacture incentives.
#2048 of 2053 How to price new old stock?
Nov 12, 2012 (9:34 pm)
As of this time - November 12th, 2012 - I am looking at a 2011 new Rav4 from a local dealer. I cannot find any information on Edmunds on how much I should pay. The MSRP is $37,000 and the offer was $29.900. Is there somewhere else I can look? The 2013 Rav4 is not out yet, but should be available soon. I was thinking I should be able to get a fully loaded (as this Rav4 is) 2 years old vehicle for around the same price as a current model year version of the same vehicle. Am I way off base? What can I point the salesman to that would confirm my conclusion if it's a reasonable one? I can only get Edmunds info on 2012 or 2013 vehicles.
#2049 of 2053 Re: How to price new old stock? [clancey20164]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Nov 13, 2012 (6:56 pm)
The closest thing I can think of is how we price "new" used cars.
Value of Used 2012 Vehicles
The deduction for miles driven won't help you but taking off for deprecation should. You can get depreciation numbers from the True Cost to Own tool.
Steve, visting host
#2050 of 2053 Re: How to price new old stock? [steve_]
Nov 13, 2012 (7:31 pm)
Thanks for the reply. I wonder why my question about Rav4 got moved here? Also, the Rav4 at the dealership is a 2011, not 2012. I can get new vehicle prices for 2012 models here on Edmunds easily, but not 2011.