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That price is average, nothing special. Why on earth would you even consider such long term financing on a car? Personally, if I had to stretch like that to get payments I could afford, I would buy a cheaper car.
 

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id go for it...car looks to be in great shape and the price seems right
my 2003 SE with 39k on it stickered at 14k at carmax when i bought it last year...i financed the car for 4 years at 240 a month and put 3.5k down on the car...reasonable payments and reasonable financing term for a 19yr old training as a toyota tech id say :)
you just gotta choose financing that works for you
 

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Heck I sold my fully loaded SE V6 with Moonroof, Navi, Floor Mats, Heated sport Leather with 20,000 miles for $20k........
 

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Sounds overpriced to me but I don't like to pay a dealer a few thousand dollars extra to handle a used car transaction

A new 2009 with full warranty just like that the one you are looking at is $23,361 at Fitzmall.

Check edmunds.com and kbb.com for the prices on both the Camry and your Mazda.
 

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I owe 5800 on the mazda, so I do have some equity in it. I was surprised that he told me I could go all the way to 84 months on fiancing. Though I don't think I want to go that far.
Not 84 months! The Gen 7 Camry is on the way.:D
You don't want to keep that car forever.;)
 

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if it was a v6 i would say definitely.. but other than that it still looks nice. don't let us make your decisions, youre the one that has to drive it
 

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I think that price is at least nothing special if not over-priced. I just recently negotiated a 2008 SE I-4 for $21,200 out the door (that equates to a selling price of about $19,000....I have a copy of the signed P&S). An 07 with 20k miles on it should be a decent amount less than that. Also that long-term financing is not the best idea.

Keep looking for a better deal :thumbup:
 

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Way overpriced. I paid $23K out the door for a brand-new '08 LE V6 with 100K extended warranty (platinum? bumper-to-bumper, through TEC). Invoice on an '09 SE I4 optioned as that vehicle is comes in at $21,450.

Plus, if you have to finance for 84 months, you can't afford it. Drive the wheels off the Mazda.
 

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I should have bought my car from you .. damn.

Heck I sold my fully loaded SE V6 with Moonroof, Navi, Floor Mats, Heated sport Leather with 20,000 miles for $20k........
 

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That price is average, nothing special. Why on earth would you even consider such long term financing on a car? Personally, if I had to stretch like that to get payments I could afford, I would buy a cheaper car.
A voice of logic speaks. :thumbup:

To the OP. Get a V6! Nice color on this one, although I am partial to it though...
 

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Invoice on an '09 SE I4 optioned as that vehicle is comes in at $21,450.
You better look again then. Maybe you can come closer a 2nd time......
 

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Ahh, the asshole speaks again. 'tis ashame you're totally wrong.

Go to Edmunds.com. Price out a 2009 Camry SE, 4cyl, with JBL/Bluetooth and rear spoiler. See what it shows you for invoice.

Go ahead, try it. I dare you.

Die in a fire. Kthxbai.
Where's the moonroof, noobie??????????????

Some people are just so easy.......................

but you'll do better when you get to Junior High!!!!!!!!!
 
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