inspect the carfax closely for maint records and note if the previous owner was rental/fleet/commercial because this reduces the cars value since it was a rental. look for personal or personal lease. be sure to search around area dealers, sometimes its worth driving out to get a good deal on a car
Thanks for the reminder on the looking closer at the Carfax. I just glanced over it originally for the big red flags. It was first titled as a private lease, but only for 25 miles? May have been a dealership loaner or program car? The second owner purchased/financed, had it the remaining miles, and then the car was repossessed.
The good news is the 5,000 mile services were performed on time; 5000, 10000, 15000, and 20000.
Decisions, decisions. Anyway, thanks again for the reply.
Also, the Camry is listed for $16,280. Seems to be lower than market price in my area for a low mileage, clean Carfax example. Edmunds shows that it's been listed on their site for around 100 days and price has been dropped several times. I did request a quote and was provided $16,280 plus tax, tag, fees. When asked about reducing the price further they said it is as low as they are going to go on the vehicle. I may hit them up again over the holiday weekend and go after reducing their ridiculous doc fee.
The only disappointing thing is know some got really great deals on new 2017 SEs as the 2018s were released, paying about $600 more than this one is listed for.