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#453 of 473 Re: 2014 Prius Plug-in - MSRP $29,900 [bobwilson57]
Oct 15, 2013 (10:12 am)
If you don't mind a 2012 Plug-in Advanced, Toyota of Thousand Oaks still had one as of 2 weeks ago and they are really trying to sell it.....you may want to call them and see if it's stil there and if it is, what kind of deal they can offer.
Or you can wait until November 2014 as the 2014 Advanced will start at $34,905.
Prius Plug-in Advanced model MSRP reduced by $4,620 to $34,905
http://pressroom.toyota.com/releases/2014+toyota+prius+plug+in+starts+under+30k.- - htm
#454 of 473 Re: 2014 Prius Plug-in - MSRP $29,900 [susanx1987]
Oct 15, 2013 (10:13 am)
The last offer I got was $267 a month, $0 down for a 36 month lease. I have not found a dealership yet that will give $0 drive off, however.
#455 of 473 Re: 2014 Prius Plug-in - MSRP $29,900 [amoto13]
Oct 15, 2013 (10:18 am)
Thanks for the info, Amoto!
Interesting. Perhaps it's better to wait for the 2014. I was under the assumption this $5k in lease cash would make the 2013 more attractive but I guess not. I'll also check up with Thousand Oaks.
Guess it's a stretch to imagine they'll go for $425/mo?
#456 of 473 Re: 2014 Prius Plug-in - MSRP $29,900 [bobwilson57]
Oct 15, 2013 (10:35 am)
My guess is that Toyota is offering the attractive lease cash (and $2k cash for a purchase) in an effort to bump up sales of the 2013's before the 2014's come out.
Here is the website for Thousand Oaks Toyota:
If you search under new cars and drill down to 2012 Prius Plug-in they still have it on their website. It says it's an Advanced and I would imaging they really really want to move this car!
I would check and make sure that it still qualifies for the CA State Refund of $1500.00 too. If it does, you may be able to get a really sweet deal after everything is said and done!
At $425 / month for 36 months you'll be paying $15,300. It depends on what the residual to determine if it's a good deal.
#457 of 473 Re: 2014 Prius Plug-in - MSRP $29,900 [amoto13]
Oct 16, 2013 (1:55 pm)
your getting a $267 because you putting a drive off, you do not necessarly need to pay for first month payment , or first year registration, i know i didn't pay it
#458 of 473 Re: 2014 Prius Plug-in - MSRP $29,900 [susanx1987]
Oct 18, 2013 (12:57 pm)
with the new prices announced for 2014 PIP I am not sure if this is a good deal, but I just leased a PIP in WA
0 down and 304/monthly.
that's kinda best deal I got around on the I-5 corridor.
#459 of 473 Re: 2014 Prius Plug-in - MSRP $29,900 [amoto13]
Oct 18, 2013 (3:32 pm)
My friend told me he found this deal for a loaded, 2013 Prius plug in.
1295 drive off
455/month (tax incl)
Which I guess makes the price of the car 37833.
Car has nav, hud, leather, plug in, etc.
Think this is a good deal?
#460 of 473 Re: 2014 Prius Plug-in - MSRP $29,900 [bobwilson57]
Oct 18, 2013 (7:17 pm)
when i got mine i was looking at both models, i got quoted for advanced model for $0 down $0 drive off 3 years and 36k miles with residual of 20158 for $460 a month at tustin toyota from the salesman Daniel, a drive off is never nescassary. but i ended up with the base model
#461 of 473 Re: 2014 Prius Plug-in - MSRP $29,900 [bobwilson57]
Oct 21, 2013 (10:29 am)
It doesn't seem to be since the 2014 Prius Plug-In Advanced will be $34,905
That makes the 2013 at $2,928 more than the 2014. Even if you take off the $1,295 drive off, you're still paying $1,533 more for a 2013 car.