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I am considering selling my 07 Camry CE (5spd. Manual Trans) and I was wondering what they are going for. KBB doesn't have any value's for used 2007 cars yet and I can't find any 5spd. CE's for sale that aren't at a dealer (which doesn't give me much to work with). It's a great car, I just want a few more options. Anybody have any ideas on a good price? Here is the basics:

2007 Camry CE
5 speed Manual
Keyless Entry (dealer installed)
20K highway miles
Silver with grey interior

Thanks for the help!!!
 

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uhmmm, i am not sure about that price...toyo of san bern selling new ce 5 speeds for that price....
NEW 2007 TOYOTA CAMRY CE
Stock #: T36358
Model #: 2513

OPTIONS INCLUDED: Standard Grade Package,Carpet/Trunk Mat Set and Rear
Bumper Applique.

YOUR INTERNET/FLEET PRICE: $16,675.00

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NEW 2007 TOYOTA CAMRY LE 4-CYL AUTOMATIC
Stock #: 36359
Model #: 2532

OPTIONS INLCUDED: Carpet/Trunk Mat Set.

YOUR INTERNET/FLEET PRICE: $18,573.00
 

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im not sure about american prices... but i would probably say 16000ish.. people look for private sales to save more money and if its the same price im pretty sure someone would rather buy from a dealer...but it also depends on the Mileage since the other CE forsale doesnt specify the mileage
 

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Thanks for the help! I will probably go with 17,500 for the price. When I purchased mine in the spring I checked every dealer within 200 miles and the selling price was basically the sticker price, which I think was around 19.2 plus tax/tags/dealer set up fee. For some reason NC dealers seem to go with sticker on base models. They may cut 500 of the price but nobody here was willing to touch the CA price of 16,700. My dad works at the dealer where I purchased it from (although I didn't buy it from him because he has since been laid off from manufacturing and now sells Toyota's) and says they sell them at sticker, unless they are fully loaded. Then they knock off 500-700.....

Camry's are still selling like crazy around here, which may explain the dealers being so hard to work with on prices!

Thanks Again!:cool:
 

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i factored in the mileage for mine, plus a manual is a lil harder to sell. but yeah you could go with 17,500 and you probably end up signing for 17k. g'luck.....
 

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A bit more local...I just bought a new LE in Roanoke, VA for $200 below invoice. It seems like these cars are going for invoice and no more. I also got a price quote from Lynchburg, VA for invoice ($18,787) for a CE, auto (Looking at around $18,000 even for a manual CE, new). It seems like $15,000 or so may get your car to sell, depending on mileage.
 

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Lucky m'fers, I paid 19,000 back in May 06. I guess it is a bad car if they are going that cheap already. Toyota resale value my ass.
 

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I paid 19,200 for mine back in June. I hope Toyota's resale value isn't that bad. I see 05 base models selling for 16-17k all the time around here?:confused:
 

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Yeah, so cal prices are great, i got my LE for 18,550 plus ttl
 
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