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Toyota Sequoia, SUV
#1 of 1843 by d32
Apr 17, 2001 (9:47 am)
I am a rookie at this message board.... However, I would like to share the price I paid on my Sequoia, SR5, 4x2. I paid $35,500 for a Silver Seq. SR5, 4x2, AC, AH, DR, Leather, Sunroof, Wind deflector, spoiler (if u can call it that), mirrors with signal, Compass, Carpet mat set, Cargo net, vin number etched all over, and key-less entry. I hope I didn't forget some of those silly things. Anyway... I think I got a fairly decent deal; however, I like to hear from others (if it's indeed a good deal??) And, by the way.... It is deffo a wonderful car...Looks, runs great..... very happy with it.
#2 of 1843 $2000 off MSRP
Apr 18, 2001 (3:15 am)
No mark ups on MSRP and no dealer added stuff. The dealer was offering this on any Sequoia. I also got a fair deal on my trade - all in all a very positive experience. Paid $37,325
Here's the details...
Desert Sand Mica SR5 4X4.
Options Selected Invoice MSRP TMV
Alloy Wheel Package $1,044 $1,305 $1,305
Captain Chairs/Fabric $524 $655 $655
Carpet/Cargo Mat Set (PIO) $109 $175 $175
Convenience Package $392 $490 $490
Dual Air Conditioner $456 $570 $570
Privacy Glass $64 $80 $80
Roof Rack $176 $220 $220
Sunroof $804 $1,005 $1,005
Total Options $3,569 $4,500 $4,500
Invoice MSRP TMV
Base Vehicle Prices $30,566 $34,345 $34,345
Optional Equipment $3,569 $4,500 $4,500
Destination Charge $480 $480 $480
Total $34,615 $39,325 $39,325
Apr 23, 2001 (11:54 am)
I am looking to buy a Sequoia, SR5, 4x4. The MSRP is $37,900. The dealer is asking $36,000. Is this a good deal ? Would appreciate some feedback.
#4 of 1843 Price
Apr 25, 2001 (4:39 am)
That's not a bad price and could be considered a respectable deal on a vehicle that many are still paying MSRP for. You may be able to do better though, as inventory seems to be building at most dealers.
Apr 25, 2001 (4:09 pm)
Paid 41,600 for my Sequoia LTD 4x4 w/the works
carpet/cargo mat set
6 CD (option,that's not really an option)
hood protector (bug guard)
daytime running lights
$$$$$ OFF = $3,614
+ good price on my trade in
like RRUCK1, a positive purchasing experience
although, I forgot to mention it didn't include part of the engine! HA HA
My dad said "that was a good deal Deb, how much would it cost to buy one that runs???"
Can't wait to get it back though.
Apr 26, 2001 (6:43 am)
I payed 42k for mine and the only difference is that I got the unwanted wheel locks but no cargo cover or GBS. (no trade in) Although I did get the entire engine. I'm sorry to hear about all your problems. I think it may be time to get a lawyer in on it and maybe they'll start listening to you.
#7 of 1843 Desert Sand SR5 4x2
May 02, 2001 (8:28 pm)
With AH, AC, CQ, RL, CN, M5, RF, WL, I paid $34,450. The best deal within a 300-mile radius.
#8 of 1843 how is this deal
May 07, 2001 (7:33 pm)
Silver 4X4 SR5 with AH, CC, CQ, AC, SR, DR, GY, V2, CF, GN, DJ, WL and dealer added chrome wheels for $37,100? MSRP before chromed wheels is 40,472.
#9 of 1843 Boston Area SEQ 4WD Limited
May 12, 2001 (2:49 pm)
I picked up the limited which stickered at $45000. It had the roof, and extra air bags, In fact it had everything listed as an option. It came in at $41650.. I believe the stickers reflect 10% margin. You should be able to take a quick 5% right from the get go if the vehicle is on the lot. So far I love it. It is a beast.
#10 of 1843 My new 4x2 limited
May 20, 2001 (4:14 am)
Just picked up my new 4x2 limited and I love it!
It stickered at $41,966 and I managed to get it for $38,000 with the gold package thrown in (goes nice with the green). Was this a decent deal?