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#1030 of 1241 Re: Quotes for 2010 LE [jackizme]
Feb 22, 2011 (6:46 pm)
The dealership where I bought my 2010 Corolla S ($14150 invoice) no longer has any 2010. I just checked their internet inventory. I bought mine more than two weeks ago and at that time they still have a few left. In fact, just last week, they still listed two S with tinted windows for $14588.
They are listing now a manager's special for 2010 LE at $13,488.
They are listing two 2011 Corolla LE model for $14988.
Their internet sale manager is easy to deal with. If you come into the showroom bring a printout from Truecar.com or some equivalent site.
I was just happy to get the car at a very decent price. It was a good experience. If you live within 200 miles it might worth a drive.
#1031 of 1241 Re: Quotes for 2010 LE [hottrax]
Feb 24, 2011 (5:15 am)
It seems the 2010 Corolla inventory ran out in some places more rapidly than others. In Columbus, OH area, Tansky has 71, Germain has 24, Toyota West have 18 and Toyota direct has 15: that is 128 even without counting the independent dealers! I guess anyone looking for 2010 models still should look into nearby city inventories, or may be even the state next door, since 2010 models have much bigger incentives than 2011 models and comes with 0% APR (2011 are 1.9% at best).
#1032 of 1241 Re: Quotes for 2010 LE [hottrax]
Mar 02, 2011 (4:04 pm)
I second that opinion. Milton Ruben's Internet sales manager (Wayne Bumpus) is indeed a very nice guy. I bought a Camry from him last year and did everything over the phone, no hassles and paid only $50 more than the offer I made. There were no surprises or long pointless haggling, I was in and out of the dealership in 45 mins with my car. Now looking for a Corolla and I am still looking at them over any of my local "st(d)-ealers".
#1033 of 1241 Re: Corolla for $14.7k OTD + 0% APR, ok deal? [shouravv]
Mar 23, 2011 (6:02 pm)
Hello, I am also from columbus. Can you share the name of the sales man who sold the car to you. Thanks!
Mar 23, 2011 (6:08 pm)
You may include the dealership name, city and state in your post. Please do not post names of salespeople, telephone numbers, email addresses, or other contact information.
#1035 of 1241 Re: Corolla for $14.7k OTD + 0% APR, ok deal? [shouravv]
Mar 24, 2011 (11:56 am)
Is it auto or manual? Thanks.
#1036 of 1241 Re: Corolla for $14.7k OTD + 0% APR, ok deal? [juan114]
Mar 24, 2011 (7:17 pm)
From the original post by Souravv "It's the auto-trans basic trim"... automatic transmission!!!
Apr 03, 2011 (1:33 pm)
Just bought a new 2011 Corrolla LE. MSRP was $18,384. I got car for $15,078.50 plus dealer fee of $396.50. Makes total $15,475. I feel it was good deal. Anyone agree?
#1038 of 1241 Re: Bought new Corolla LE [drivmywifecrzy]
Apr 04, 2011 (12:21 pm)
$15,475 is a heckuva deal! I've seen a few local dealers advertising them for that exact price also- any chance you're in the Atlanta area? At least one of them is offering the 2011 Camry (base/standard) for $17,275 including the "dealer fee"- another killer deal!
#1039 of 1241 Re: Bought new Corolla LE [igozoomzoom]
Apr 04, 2011 (3:15 pm)
Yes Im in ATL, and I believe the deals may go away today due to the part issue from Japan. The Dealer was Cherokee County Toyota and they were super friendly. Second vehicle I have bought from them.