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#964 of 1242 Re: 2010 Toyota Corolla LE [dinod]
Sep 30, 2010 (2:47 am)
I am a bit confused about the actual price that you paid before taxes and license. Did you pay $13,200 for the car plus 599 doc fee for a total of $13,800 or 13,800 plus 599 for a total of $14,400 before taxes and license? Which number, $13,800 or $14,400?
Furthermore, $13,800 is less than $15,500 so why should you wait longer to pay $15,500 if you could pay $13,800 today?
Because of the recall in March-June, Toyota still has a lot of old inventory to sell, so they may have to give more cash rebate money in October, before arrival of 2011 model, but the good choice cars (color, options, cars made in Japan that don't have the American made gas pedal) may be gone by then.
#965 of 1242 Re: Bought In Houston [ddpstc]
Sep 30, 2010 (2:55 am)
It turned out that the desert sand color that I was looking for is not available and thus the dealer sold me a red wine color for $15,500. It was made in Japan with Bridgestone tires. The only thing I don't like about corrolla is the donut spare tire. I thought the donut spare tire disapeared.
#966 of 1242 Re: 2010 Toyota Corolla LE [ddpstc]
Sep 30, 2010 (3:13 am)
I can see why you are confused lol
I paid 13200.00 for the car plus a doc fee of 600.00 so my total cost for the car was 13,800.00. I told them I pay tax and tags on my own to take that factor out of the equation.
Disregard the 15500...that should have been 13500.00
I got a Silver car with gray interior.
Hope that clears things up. Sorry
#967 of 1242 Re: 2010 Toyota Corolla LE [ddpstc]
Sep 30, 2010 (4:05 am)
I've received OTD price of $15,641 for the Corolla LE. It includes new Tag. Is it worth? I'm in Tampa Bay area. Thanks.
#968 of 1242 Re: 2010 Toyota Corolla LE [sridefender]
Sep 30, 2010 (7:30 am)
I am from Houston and received a quote for $13,500 for Toyota Corolla LE with EVP (made in Japan). The OTD price comes to $14,600. Is that a good price or do you think it will come even more down next month?
#969 of 1242 Re: 2010 Toyota Corolla LE [txgirl77]
Sep 30, 2010 (1:14 pm)
I think thats an awesome price and dont hink you could go much lower.
I paid 13800 for a Corolla the other day and absolutely love the car. I think I could have gotten the car at 13500 but didnt have a lot of time nor patience. Just wanted to get the buying process over and 300.00 wasnt that big a deal. I love the car so far.
#970 of 1242 Re: 2010 Toyota Corolla LE [txgirl77]
Sep 30, 2010 (4:03 pm)
Wow, this is $2,000 below what I paid in Minnesota. People who look for a corolla in Minnesota should take a vacation in Houston then get the car there and drive it home. For 1,000 miles driving from Houston to MN, the car will use about 300 gallons of gasoline or about $750. Just wonder why there is such a big difference in price?
#971 of 1242 Re: 2010 Toyota Corolla LE [txgirl77]
Sep 30, 2010 (7:47 pm)
Thats a great price, you should go for it, which dealer in houston?
#972 of 1242 Re: 2010 Toyota Corolla LE [ddpstc]
Oct 01, 2010 (4:28 pm)
The following list of current cash incentives available on the Corolla helps explain the pricing differences-
CUSTOMER INCENTIVES (thru 10/4/10)
$1500 Cash- Gulf States Region
$1000 Cash- Chicago Region
$1000 Cash- Denver Region
$750 Cash- Central Atlantic, Cincinnati, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Portland and San Frandcisco Regions
SUPPLEMENTAL CUSTOMER INCENTIVE
$500 Bonus Cash- Gulf States Region