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Toyota Prius, Car Buying, Hybrid Cars, Sedan
#907 of 1269 New 2012 Prius II
Apr 25, 2012 (4:52 pm)
Purchased a 2012 Prius II from Miller Toyota Anaheim, CA for $22,088 + TTL.
They had one of their internet specials on some of these. This had Dealer Invoice date of March 2012. Has Floor mats Only.
The lowest deal I found prior to this was from Longo Toyota, El Monte, CA for $23,200 +TTL. Same configuration.
Also checked Power Toyota, Irvine, CA with Costco pricing - $23,649 + TTL. (it included a TDA fee of $437 that kind of negated the Costco $500 below Invoice on package II).
Interestingly Costco's Package III pricing is $100 over Invoice.
#908 of 1269 New 2012 Prius 3
Apr 27, 2012 (11:31 am)
Purchased a New 2012 Prius 3 w solar roof Blizzard Pearl for $26K + TTL ~ $28.5K (OTD)
MSRP was 28270
Dealer: Toyota Palo Alto
#909 of 1269 Re: Price paid in CT for a Prius IV [droptopsolara]
Apr 29, 2012 (5:42 pm)
I know Norwood Ma is a hike from Ct... But Boch Toyota in Norwood has the best prices. I bought a Blizzard Pearl Prius V three below invoice. $25498 and got $2500 more for my trade. If you finance, deal with Jimmie the finance manager directly. He is the best. I even negotiated my rate down. Tommy jr was a great salesman. You can call and speak with the sales manager Ray and negotiate a price before visiting. Good luck!!!
#910 of 1269 Re: Price paid in CT for a Prius IV [jenm1231]
Apr 29, 2012 (6:29 pm)
Thanks, I purchased two cars from Boch when I lived a few towns over, so I know they are big in that area and I had good interactions. Not too far if it is a good deal.
ThankS, I'll check them out again.
#911 of 1269 Re: New 2011 Prius II [ericspyder]
Apr 30, 2012 (5:15 am)
Eric, the sales tax in Virginia for a new car is 3%.
#912 of 1269 Re: Help in buying a 2012 Toyota Prius 3 [av8nautiger]
Apr 30, 2012 (5:22 am)
The price mentioned was for a 2011 Model, Prius 2. It did include a $1000 rebate from Toyota. Although the car was 2011, it was brand new with only 2 miles on the odometer. Check the Washington Post on Friday/Saturday... 355 Toyota had a Prius 2 for something like 22.8 + TTT last week... so maybe you can get similar deal on a Prius 3. We don't need leather seats (hot in the summer, cold in the winter) or a GPS, so a Prius 2 is fine for us. I have filled the tank 3 times since getting the car in February, and each time, the mileage has been hovering in the low 50's with a mix of highway and city driving!
#913 of 1269 Re: Help in buying a 2012 Toyota Prius 3 [av8nautiger]
Apr 30, 2012 (5:27 am)
I tried truecar, but they couldn't beat the deal I got from 355 Toyota.. the TOTAL price of the car was 22.8 and included the car mats and the rear bumper applique, both of which I don't care for. the mats were replaced with the weathertech.com mats.
I can't remember exactly which dealers participate in truecar in the dc area. I want to say passport toyota, some dealer in bowie? and Woodbridge?? They weren't household names to me, so that's why I can't remember them now.
#914 of 1269 Re: New 2011 Prius II [goprius]
Apr 30, 2012 (12:31 pm)
Thank you goprius. You got the best deal compare to us here in California. Right now I check at Edmunds.com and truecar.com, both they want aroud for prius II without any option. Congratulation.
#915 of 1269 Re: New 2011 Prius II [ericspyder]
Apr 30, 2012 (12:32 pm)
Thank you goprius. You got the best deal compare to us here in California. Right now I check at Edmunds.com and truecar.com, both they want aroud $24,000 for prius II without any option. Congratulation.
#916 of 1269 SoCal Prius Price
May 01, 2012 (8:17 am)
I have always found these forums to be helpful for consumers so I will share our experience. I helped my father purchase a Prius V - model V Blizzard Pearl/Grey car this past week. Used cars.com to locate the vehicle. Used dealerater.com to identify the most recommended internet sales manager and emailed him directly. In this case it was G.R. at Manhattan Beach Toyota. Negotiated for a little over $400 over invoice so I think it was a fair, competitive price for this area.
MSRP - $36,844 (included applique, mats, special color charges)
Sales Price - $34,500 (Invoice using edmunds.com was about $34,050)
Hope this helps some of you out there. Good luck....