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Toyota Prius, Car Buying, Hybrid Cars, Sedan
#794 of 1269 2011 Prius 2 in Lynchburg,Va
Nov 30, 2011 (9:26 pm)
Just bought a 2011 prius 2, blizzard pearl, floor mats $23,000 total invoice 24,150 out the door
Did not take the $ grand off, going with 0% interest for 60 months. also good trade price, nothing like helping the folks make their month.
Very happy with my local dealership, never bought new from in town but prices seemed fair!
Good job Berglund Toyota
Visited dealership to ck out the Prius V[very nice] but decided on the deal!
How does my price compare?
#795 of 1269 Prius III w/o Nav soCal $22900+TTL
Dec 04, 2011 (9:23 pm)
Just bought a new Prius III w/o Nav at $22900+TTL. I think it should not be a bad deal because TrueCar's estimated price is $22773+TTL.
#796 of 1269 Re: Prius III w/o Nav soCal $22900+TTL [wallr]
Dec 04, 2011 (9:57 pm)
some more details: $7500 down payment and 0% APR for 36 months. The invoice price is 24100.
#797 of 1269 Offers and price quotes for Toyota Prius!!!
Dec 05, 2011 (5:35 pm)
Hello ladies and gentlemen,
I want to thank all of you for writing your shopping experiences down and sharing your price quotes. This forum does a great service to consumers like you and me. Had I not found this forum, I am sure the dealers would have had their way with my money. I want to share the prices I was given 'out the door'.
I kept on getting prices at, or near $24,800 for the basic Prius 2. After many tidious price negotiations I had come to find out the the dealers invoice is just a little over $23,600. Anyhow, I want to let u guys know that you can buy one a couple of hundred shy of $23,500. It all depends on how good of a negotiator you are. It's possible though folks. Please continue to help eachother out. You are doing a great service.
The priUs 3 w/nav went as low as $25,900. I did not end up purchasing any Toyota though. A General Motors dealer offered me a deal I could not refuse, so I persued it. Don't purchase a car unless you are happy with the pricing. Good deals are out there to be made. Good Luck!
#798 of 1269 Re: Offers and price quotes for Toyota Prius!!! [priusfan1]
Dec 05, 2011 (5:56 pm)
Don't believe dealer's invoice price. They sold me the Prius III at the price $22900, which is $1200 off the invoice price $24100. Go to TrueCar.com and get an general idea about the real price.
#799 of 1269 Re: Offers and price quotes for Toyota Prius!!! [wallr]
Dec 06, 2011 (12:27 pm)
Thanks for clarifying the true car site. I had no idea what that was. It would have been nice to have during my negotiations. Thanks again!
#800 of 1269 Prius 3 with and without Nav package
Dec 06, 2011 (7:33 pm)
Hi, new to the forum. totally helpful stuff here.
I've called 19 dealerships' Internet Sales Depts, and received 14 responses for the Prius 3 without Navigation base model. Prices are staying steady at $25,450 OTD at 2 dealerships.
I've decided to go with the Nav package and it looks like TruCar's valuation jumped $300 from $24,691 to $24,991 today. Not sure how or why that happened. Also hit up their recommended dealers and they came back with a price $200 above what TruCar base is. I will use this ammo to get them down. Looking like best deal now is $27,500 OTD Winter Grey Prius with Nav package. Wish me luck. I'd kill to find a deal on this package at closer to $27,000.
is it possible? anyone have any luck getting it that low?
Dec 07, 2011 (3:00 pm)
I'm seeing prices people are posting but not the msrp vs the sale price. Kind of difficult to evaluate.
#802 of 1269 Re: Prius 3 with and without Nav package [toughshopper1]
Dec 07, 2011 (3:29 pm)
toughshopper1: Get a quote through Costco as well. Mine was not competitive but it was another data point. Also, you can ask dealers to BEAT the lowest quote you have received and work your way down from there. It takes some time, but it's possible to find an absolute bottom "floor".
#803 of 1269 Re: MSRP ? [jayrider]
Dec 08, 2011 (9:15 pm)
msrp on my 2011 prius 2, white with floor matts was $24,700 vs sale price or final invoice of $23,000 without $1,000 incentive, chose 0% for 60 months instead. a good price for my small city but bought last day of month 11/30. My dealership needed the extra sale to make their quota.