Looks like you were very successful - congrats !I bought mine back in December - Seattle area
2012 Camry V6 SE (super white)
- Ultrasuede leather seats
- JBL speakers
and a few other minor options.
MSRP - $32,400
Invoice - $28,900
Final price (before tax+lic) - $28,400
What was the $500 incentive for using Toyota motor credit?I purchased my 2012 Camry LE yesterday afternoon. The only options added were the Carpet/Trunk mat set and the Rear Bumper Applique. The color is Cosmic Gray Mica
Total MSRP was $23,554.00 which includes the Delivery/Processing fee.
$500.00 incentive for using Toyota Motor Credit. $500.00 for my trade which was my 2000 Chevy Impala with almost 228,000 miles and in need of about $1,000 in work at the moment.
$19,279.00 including the doc fee. We are required to remain on financing for 121 days to keep the $500.00 credit.
What was the $500 incentive for using Toyota motor credit?
This is for anyone but how much does the documentation fee cost? Does it depend on your location?
My wife got same thing no moonroof for 21390. They can do a bitt better, moonroof is $1000 option that we didn't need.New here. 1st post. Coming over from Honda.
I have a quote of $23,000 for 2012 SE I4 Magnetic Gray with moonroof and powerseat.
I live in Chicago area. Any thoughts on this deal?
The Consumer Reports bottom line price is $28,069 with mats. Good negotiating could result in a lower price than this.I am in the market for an XLE V6 with no options, unfortunately none of the car buying pricing services (USAA, AAA, truecar,...) are working in my Oklahoma area. I get a xxx car buying service is temporarily unavailable in your area message.
I sent a few emails out to dealers and so far, the lowest initial offer I have received is $29,322 which includes doc prep fees and floor mats which I don't really want. MSRP is $30915 and invoice $28,144. What is a good price these days?