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#987 of 1269 my 2012 Prius II for 21,876 + ttl
Aug 04, 2012 (6:17 pm)
Just want to thank tickle, want_prius3 and others that posted sales information....
Went to Hilltop Toyota in Richmond, CA after talking with a salesman about a previous weekend's ad of 21,777 for Prius II. He said another sale should be going on weekend of 7/27. They had 6 at that price but I was busy and couldn't make it until late Sunday... needless to say they were sold. But they made me great offer on a Blue Prius II with floor/cargo mats & wheel locks (the usual items on most I have seen) that I thought was very good and went for 21,876. After doc, title registration and my tax rate of 8.375% it came to 24050. I got preapproved with Penfed CU for 1.9% for 60 months and they matched it.
Could I have gotten it cheaper? I am sure others could have worked a better deal but I am very happy with it.
They did try to push the warranties but I passed... I will probably look around to see what is available at a good price and to see if makes sense to do it... never really gave it much thought so I never did the research.
#988 of 1269 Northern California Pricing Question
Aug 06, 2012 (11:20 pm)
Has anybody in northern California gotten a Prius 2 for around 21,000+TTL? I've seen it done on the east coast but not sure about northern California:/ I've shopped around for about 2 months and after lot's of emails and phone calls I got the best price at around 21,800, please if somebody knows a dealer that sells em for around 21,000-21,400 please post! thanks
#989 of 1269 Toyota Prius IV 2012 w/Sunroof-Sunshade
Aug 08, 2012 (8:12 am)
Shopping for the above in the West, AZ,Ca.
MSRP including Shipping is $32,815 w/Invoice at $30,462.
Looking for some comp pricing.
#990 of 1269 Re: Toyota Prius IV 2012 w/Sunroof-Sunshade [specdan]
Aug 08, 2012 (8:28 am)
I just bought and took delivery of a Prius IV. I paid more than $1000 under invoice. I even negotiated them to reduce their so-called documentation fee by $200.
You just have to be firm and tell them that's all you would pay. I paid cash for the deal, no trade.
I would say if the MSRP is $32,815 and invoice is $30,462, you shouldn't anything over $29,000. I would start at $28,200 and work up from there if need be.
#991 of 1269 Re: Toyota Prius IV 2012 w/Sunroof-Sunshade [saz25]
Aug 08, 2012 (11:05 am)
Hi Steve, would you mind sharing the purchase price, not including TTL which is variable from place to place? Also did you get it base with just the mats and the bumper sticker thing or did you get some big upgrades? Thanks!
#992 of 1269 Re: Toyota Prius IV 2012 w/Sunroof-Sunshade [saz25]
Aug 09, 2012 (10:23 am)
Here's what I ended up with:
Desert Toyota-Tucson, Az
First time in awhile that I didn't buy below Invoice, but these cars are selling well.
I'd be happy to answer any inquiries.
#993 of 1269 Prius 2 in North Texas
Aug 12, 2012 (5:44 am)
Can someone who purchased recently please post the price breakdown of a base trim 2012 Prius 2 in the North Texas area? I checked with several dealers in the area and all the offers are at or above MSRP + Delivery + doc fee + TTL. This does not seem right to me compared to some posts in the forum.
#994 of 1269 Re: what target price for negotiations [lylex]
Aug 14, 2012 (9:24 pm)
Southern California Prius III standard pearl white
Negotiate on OTD price and let the dealer worries about TTL. Price ranges between $26,000 to $27,000.
#995 of 1269 Re: Northern California Pricing Question [redoctane]
Aug 15, 2012 (3:59 pm)
I was wondering what dealership did you get the pricing for $21,800? Are you about to find a dealership that sale them for the price you are looking for?
#996 of 1269 2012 Prius II
Aug 17, 2012 (12:19 am)
Just purchased a 2012 Prius II for $21,488. After tax + fees it was $23,497 OTD. It was from DCH Toyota of Torrance, CA, I believe the sale starts tomorrow or Saturday, but they were willing to offer it to me today. They'll only honor the deal on cars with MSRP on $24,985. I was also able to walk away with the 0% for 36 months financing. I read a few reviews about the dealership on Yelp so I was worried they wouldn't honor it when I got there but I made sure to call and ask if they had enough vehicles at that price before I went there. If anyone is wondering, the sales consultant's name is Eric.