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Toyota Sequoia, SUV
#1792 of 1843 Re: Toyota discounts in Houston [c550]
Jul 23, 2010 (4:51 am)
Forgot one thing, do you mind telling which dealership you bought your car?
#1793 of 1843 Re: Toyota discounts in Houston
Jul 23, 2010 (7:49 pm)
I got it at Gullo Toyota. I dealt with the salesman who does fleet sales and USAA sales. He was very good to work with, I would recomend him.
#1794 of 1843 Re: Toyota discounts in Houston [c550]
Jul 24, 2010 (3:16 pm)
Thanks for the post. In fact went to a local dealer and took the print out of posts here with me. To my surprise, this time the print-out did not work at all. They only gave $1800 discount. When I showed the sale person your post, he said you bought 2009 year model. Left without agrument. Clearly told the sale person I would not come if there was no $4000 discount.
Would you please give me the contact information of your sale person to me: yu101us at yahoo.com?
I will certainly contact the sale person for information.
I am not in despair to buy a car now, but would buy if there is a good discount. You really had a great deal.
#1795 of 1843 Re: Toyota discounts in Houston [farmer20]
Jul 25, 2010 (10:09 am)
Whatever dealership you went to, never go back. They did not really make a 2009 sequoia. There might have been a few that hit the streets, but Toyota really scaled back when the economy tanked. To sanity check the 2009 sequoia issue, do a national search for a used 2009 and see what you come up with. I neglected to post this on my Original post but sticker on the one I bought was 41,600. I got less of a discount on mine due to the scarcity of the 5.7 engine with the sr5 package. Toyota had the upper hand on the supply/demand on my deal. I think if you hold out a bit, you can get a good deal. Are you looking for a 5.7 or 4.6? Also, the dealer I worked with said he has delivered to Houston on occasion.
#1796 of 1843 Re: Toyota discounts in Houston [jlewistx]
Jul 26, 2010 (11:55 am)
In fact I am not in a hurry to buy the car and can wait until the end of the year. SR5 4.6 will be fine. I went over your post and also checked website of Cavender Toyota at San Antonia. Did not find the color my children like (black). Without Incentive or rebate, I think most dealers would only give around $2000 discount for a SR5 basic model. So probably the best time is to wait until Toyota has incentive or rebate.
Jul 26, 2010 (12:38 pm)
Good luck on the incentive or rebate.
I've been waiting for a year for some kind of break. Nothing so far has been offered on the Sequoias but the Tundra is being pushed in our area (NC) with low or no interest.
#1798 of 1843 Pricing? Help Please Atlanta Ga
Jul 30, 2010 (4:43 pm)
Looking for a 2010 Sequoia, just test drove a base model with leather interior sr5 and large v8. they gave me a price at 42k. I am looking for a base around 36k. Is this achievable? Let me know how to find the best deal at internet sale dept. thanks
#1799 of 1843 2919 SR5
Aug 14, 2010 (6:22 pm)
Just paid $37,800 for a 2wd SR5 with 5.7l and carpeted floor mats. I was very happy with the price since my dealer had to have it shipped from Fl to North Augusta, SC (had to have white with gray cloth). I also got full Kelley Blue Book trade in value on my old car.
Sep 28, 2010 (7:51 pm)
Just picked up our 2011 4x4 sr5 from Right Toyota in Scottsdale, AZ for $500 over invoice. It was about 41,600 (not including TTL) and they included the floormats and paid for delivery from a dealer about 2 hours away. I could have got the vehicle for 500 under invoice at another dealer, but I got more for my trade-in and the whole transaction took about 30 minutes. 2 years free maintenance was an added bonus.
#1801 of 1843 Re: 2011 SR5 4x4 [davemattb]
Oct 04, 2010 (8:18 am)
When you mentioned invoice, did you mean the base invoice (w/o holdback, destination charge, ads. fee), or invoice with any/all of those? I'm a newbie here, and a little confused with the term. Thanks.