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Toyota Venza, Car Buying, Car Leasing, SUV
#526 of 596 New Venza finally delivered
May 15, 2010 (7:31 pm)
Wife and I purchased 2010 Venza V6 AWD, Black w/ Ivory leather interior w/ premium package 2, pano roof, carpeted floor package and JBL stereo upgrade for $32,663 which included a dealer fee (tax, tags and registration costs not included), MSRP was $37,044. Also got 5yr loan for 2.9% from Toyota. I was also able to save $1100 by shopping around on a factory warranty, got a platinum warranty 8yr 75k for little over $700 by shopping different dealers for prices
We actually bought our vehicle out of state about 1hr from where we live as local dealers couldn't even come close to this dealers price. Other than Toyota bumping our order back 3x, the salesman from the dealer was great keeping us informed with the progress and taking his time to explain all the features when we picked the vehicle up.
#527 of 596 Re: 2010 Venza Lease [ab00]
May 17, 2010 (11:40 am)
Hey, what dealership did you get this car from? I will use your name and get you a thank you check for thge referral. I am ready to buy one and would do this deal. Let me know. SkyRyeindaol.com
#528 of 596 Re: New Venza finally delivered [cmvhunter]
May 25, 2010 (9:31 am)
I bought my extended warranty for $1695 and I recently cancelled it.
I am going to purchase it from other dealer which cost me only $710 for 7yr/75k with no deductible.
Jun 26, 2010 (2:21 pm)
I live in Connecticut. Today I test drove a 2010 Black V6 Venza. The only option I requested was a sunroof. I was given a MSRP of $31730, and sales price of $28995 PLUS $1195 for the sunroof, for a TOTAL of $30,190. Any thoughts??
#530 of 596 Price for base Venza
Jun 26, 2010 (6:59 pm)
How does $24445 before tax and title fee sound for a 2010 4cyl FWD Venza? Only options would be 5 piece carpet mats. We almost went for it today but they weren't giving us quite enough for our trade-in (2009 Camry).
#531 of 596 Re: Price for base Venza [wheeler21]
Jun 26, 2010 (7:13 pm)
For comparison I checked the USAA website (other buying services offer similar pricing). The 4 cyl Venza including shipping, but no options is listed at $23,255. If you belong to USAA or Costco or perhaps even a credit union, you could likely get a better price than what you were offered. Good luck. You may think $1,000 is insignificant, but it means a lot on a monthly payment or it can buy a lot of gasoline.
#532 of 596 Re: Price for base Venza [marvin6]
Jun 26, 2010 (7:24 pm)
I just checked USAA and I came up with $24,269 for the price with no options. Is it possible there are different prices depending on your zip? Also when I added in the mats, the USAA price is $24445.
#533 of 596 Price off MSRP
Jun 26, 2010 (9:43 pm)
FYI, there is a large volume (Boch) area dealer that just advertised $4000 off sticker on ANY 2010 Venza, AWD, 4 or 6 cyl.
When I bought my 2010 in March, the sticker for 4cyl AWD was $28900 and I got it for around $25500 if I remember correctly.
#534 of 596 Re: Purchase Price [fellaharley]
Jun 26, 2010 (9:48 pm)
I think you can do ALOT better on the price. You should be able to get at least $4000 off the sticker....
#535 of 596 Re: Purchase Price [alan226]
Jun 27, 2010 (7:14 am)
Actually the price of $24445 was from TrueCar.com. I'm in Western Mass and that's the best price they found for my area. I put in a Boston area zip and the best price was slightly higher. I can only guess that dealers in other areas are offering lower prices. I'm not sure how far is feasible to travel for a car purchase. I guess it depends on the savings. I made a $4000 off sticker offer to Boch on a similar model...still waiting to hear. I've also tried BJs and upromise auto buying services. Both price out higher than $24445 for a base model with 5 piece carpet mats.