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Car and Driver tested a 2013 Honda Accord V-6 to 60 in 5.6 seconds. C & D has a 2012 V-6 Camry SE at 5.8. http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/2013-honda-accord-sedan-v-6-test-review http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/toyota-camry-se-v6-road-test-review Edmunds has a 2.0 Fusion AWD making it to 60 in 6.9. http://www.edmunds.com/ford/fusion/2013/road-test-specs1.html
We just purchased a 2012 Toyota Camry on 10/13/13 and I have had the same no response from the accelerator when the outside temp is 52 degrees or colder and the first start of the morning. It has happened 4 times. I am driving and try to accelerate and no response. Very frustrating. Toyota has not been able to duplicate the problem at the dealership. It is not throwing a code ... Read More
http://blogs.cars.com/kickingtires/2012/12/honda-shines-toyota-falls-in-latest-i- ihs-crash-tests.html Honda Shines, Toyota Falls in Latest IIHS Crash Tests The 2013 Toyota Camry sedan and Prius v hybrid (above, right) failed a new crash test by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety that simulates a frontal impact overlapping a small portion of the car — say, piling into a tree from your left headlight. IIHS announced today its test of 18 model-year 2013 family cars. It's the largest yet ... Read More
When we test drove a 2012 XLE, the salesman said there is no way to tell which actual tire is being displayed. On our 2013, this display went away entirely, (to the surprise of our salesman).
FYI, I am having Toyota Camry model SE year 2012 with GPS and JBL audio system. everytime I press information on CAR tire pressure from system and screen showing 4 wheel with tire pressure, but I do not know how to identify which tire is which since screen show all 4 wheels in 1 line o o o o Please advise
Hey vser, I dug through the Car & Driver mid-size sedan showdown from May 2012. It has the Optima vs the Sonata as part of the comparo, along with the Passat, Accord, Malibu, and the '13 Camry. Here is the link: http://www.caranddriver.com/comparisons/2013-chevrolet-malibu-eco-vs-2012-honda-- - accord-ex-l-2012-hyundai-sonata-se-2012-kia-optima-ex-2012-toyota-camry-se-2012-- - volkswagen-passat-25-se-comparison-tests The Optima EX came in 3rd, and the Sonata SE was 4th in this one. I will dig a little deeper and see if I ... Read More
http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2013/08/was-the-2012-camry-a-stealth-failure/ Op-Ed: Was The 2012 Camry A Stealth Failure? By J.Emerson on August 8, 2013 " 0% financing for 60 months. Up to $2,000 in dealer rebates, most of which winds up going into customers’ pockets. Rental lines bulging with high-trim sedans as dealers desperately attempt to shovel away product and make room for truckloads of new arrivals. Savvy shoppers are shaving three, four, and even five grand off of MSRP ... Read More
Toyota has begun using synthetic, 0W-20 starting with 2012 model on forth. So if you are a grease-monkey type of guy, then it is difficult to find it in automotive store; it is also more expensive. Now if you bring your car in for 5k service, service advisor will send you home without oil change. From my experience, I would change it at 6k or 7k then bring to dealership when ... Read More
Toyota has some awesome lease deals right now that i am reviewing while i wait for Honda to offer something on the Accord. For example, the 2012 Camry SE Limited Edition that retails for $27084 can be leased for 35 payments of $250 (6.5% tax included) with zero down. i realize that TFS does not include gap insurance and there is a $350 disposition fee but wow, what a deal...
Check your air box, might have a mouse nest, very common! Winter mpg highway should be 30 mpg even driving fairly agressive!
The small offset frontal crash test was introduced in 2012. Many vehicles that were re-designed for this year, like Accord and Altima, were able to take this new standard into their redesign. Camry was redesigned in 2012 so has not been able to do so yet. Because the test is new the institute gives two safety ratings now, Top Safety Pick for the ones that pass all the other tests, and ... Read More
I have a 2007 Camry LE, that has a oil consumption problem. Back on Sept 28, 2012, I was having my oil changed and the mechanic told me that I was almost 3 quarts down, and after inspection of the car, he did not find any leaks. My car at this point had 70,274 miles on it. The mechanic suggested that I take it back to the Toyota dealership, to see ... Read More
We ended up going a little South to Venice Florida and just signed a lease for 2012 SE: 2,000 down +144.66 new tag (we were not transferring a license plate) -500 Toyota Rebate -pop up on edmunds when I was researching sedans For out the door $1827.86 with $183.33 monthly payment for 36 months.
I just leased a 2012 4cyl Camry SE , with leather, moonroof and Navigation. 36 months / 15000 miles 326 a month including taxes. Paid a 650 acquisition fee and first month up front. Complimentary toyota care for 24 months includes oil changes and tire rotations every 5000 miles.
ours does it to we have reported it one time they said no problem. The bad part is you never know if its going to go or stop.
I have had a Lexus ES 300, LE AND XLE Toyotas, we now have a 2012 and 2013 Camry SE, and the ride is not too much firmer, and still rides very well. I do not regret getting the SE's.....You will like it
Ok, too bad I'm in SoCal. How does invoice -1,000 before any rebates sound for a SE 4 cyl?
Nope. Just a cash price.
Did your 19,000 include any rebates ?
No, that is not a good deal. I'd say it has to be at $19,000. See my post above. I got a 2013 with MSRP $24,940 for $19,000.
In working with the internet sales dept, I am looking at a 2012 Toyota Camry SE with 200 miles, 4 cylinder standard equip package at the following price: MSRP - $24979 **This dealership also has a 2013 identical Camry SE (Same color, 4 cylinder, same standard package) advertised with an MSRP of $25039 (that's what, a $60 diff?) - $3,000 for 2012 models $21979 would be the total before TTL for ... Read More
All, I own a 2012 Camry XLE. I usually coast toward a light or approaching a stop condition. When coasting drop to 40 mph, the car automatically put on the brake and drop it the speed. It does it again when the speedometer is at 20 mph. The dealer said it's normal and it saves gas. I don't agree because (a) the wear and tear on the brakes and (b) the ... Read More
Help me out here guys. I'm getting a new 2013 Camry LE for 19,300 + TTL (specific car, not too fond of its white color) I'm also getting a Toyota Certified 2012 Camry LE (30K miles, prev rental) for $16,500 + TTL (this one is the color I like) Should I go for the new one or certified used? Used is $3,000 less and comes with an additional 1yr/12K miles bumper ... Read More
Thanks for your reply Where are you seeing a $1500 incentive? I am only finding $1000 dealer cash for 2013 and $2000 dealer cash for 2012
Have Camry SE 2012 and it has the same problem. It is still under warranty and I have a dealer appointment tomorrow. I'll let you know what will happen. Hopefully someone at Toyota is looking at these posts and starts to act accordingly. There well popular Deming model (plan do check act). Will see
Sales of most 2013 midsize cars began around Sept. of 2012, and most of the model year will be sold out by Sept. of 2013. In other words, we are about halfway through the model year. It's possible to make some rough guesses as to where things are going to end up for the model year. Here are my guesses: Camry: c. 450,000 (probably the worst midsize car of the top ... Read More
Take a look in the owner's manual. After I think 6 hours, you will hear a noise, kind of like a small electric motor running, that lasts about one minute. It is the car doing a check of the fuel system. The owner's manual tells you this.
My2012 Camry has the same problems.I have also had problems with my fuel pump running with the car turned off in my garage
I have a 2012 Camery that does the deceleration and has had two acelerations incidents. Has been a full day at Round Rock Toyota and they find nothing. a friend with an Avalon had this happen to her car some years ago and a Toyota shop person fixed it. He is still there and told me he couldn't fix my Toyota only te Avalon. I have gone to the Lemon Law ... Read More
Bryan Easler Toyota Hendersonville, NC has best prices. If you live in NC and hendersonville is drivable, checkout their prices. I bought 2012 camry LE with 0% interest 48 months finance for 21700 OTD in 1st week of March 2012. I did not haggle much. I should have take their quote and got someone in charlotte to match and beat for say 400 dollars, I would have had a better offer. ... Read More
Toyota offers 0% APR incentive for new 2012 Camry Hybrid for 5 years. I want to buy one but would like to hear around what deal each one got for out of door price. Any tips in negotiating price? Any buying information and experience in DC, Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina areas are highly appreciated.
Hey Car_Man, I have leased, and helped people lease, many cars over the last few years, but Toyota has me pretty confused. I spoke with a few salespeople, and gotten some interesting information. I was told that: 1. there is no 10k mileage option, and that their provided residual was for 12k and no change for 15k (this seems absurd to me) 2. across their entire Camry line that the current ... Read More
Hey CarMan, What are the current residual and money factor rates for a 2012 Toyota Camry LE. If u can provide for 3 years and both 12k or 15k miles. Thank you for your help. Also I am in Los Angeles region if that helps! Thanks, Eitay
In a C/D article on mid-size sedan's (6 car comparo May 2012), it was said that it is far harder to build a mid-size sedan for $25,000 than it is to build a $100,000, 500 hp super-car. Again, mid-size sedans have to be all things for (mostly) all people. Furthermore, most luxury sedans and many crossovers share their underpinnings with the mid-size sedans their company produces. Take the Camry. The Venza, ... Read More
Picked up a 2012 Camry Hybrid XLE on Feb. 28 in Alabama for a sale price of $29,990. Sticker was $36,458. I qualified for 2.19% APR financing through Toyota, which was a shade better than the financing I brought to the dealership. I think it's a good idea to let them compete. The car has every option available aside from DVD player. Too many to list. I added an extended warranty ... Read More
it's from edmunds: http://www.edmunds.com/toyota/camry/2012/car-incentives.html
To answer your question mtnman1, I love my car except for 3 things. 1) blind spot 2) Pass seat: no height adj. 3) No spare tire (compressor/sealer kit included). (LX and EX trim). So, not only does it have a blind spot, but my passenger can't adjust the seat high enough to see either. There is a nit-picking issue on the steering. It is numb and slow. Feedback is better when ... Read More
I got a 2012 Camry LE + mats + power seats last week for $22075.00 OTD (includes tax, title, tag, registration, full tank of gas) in S.FL. I think it's a reasonable price since the dealers were running out of the 2012 models in the color I wanted (metallic gray).
Keep in mind that the auction value of the car is really the price. You'll NEVER get "full KBB retail" for it. Even if the car "glows in the dark," the dealer has to mark it up & make a profit. Besides your 2 year old, used, XLE, they've also got brand new 2012 & 2013 LEs & SEs to sell on their lot. So they have to price your car ... Read More
2012 Toyota Camry SE Special Edition (2012 only) - basically an SE V6 package with the 4 cylinder engine. They only made them for 4 or 5 months last year. They are loaded with sunroof, nav, entune but not leather and no rear camera (dammit). Several available if you shop around. MSRP 27k (or so); sell price 23.5k (clearance) residual 15077 (for 12000 miles per year) money factor 0.00001 (yes, that ... Read More
I paid 24k OTD. 7.25% sales tax & $200 for tags included. purchased in western suburbs of Chicago at Lombard Toyota. 9,300 miles. it was a toyota rental for 3k then the gm loaner. very nice dealer, internet sales rep, salesman, all nice people.
You may have found a competitive dealer. PA dealers tend to be more expensive. I worked with another PA buyer in this forum. He shopped and ended up buying from 355 Toyota in MD. The buyer said that PA couldn't compete. I bought a couple of cars from the dealer. My latest was a Camry 2012 XLE. I wished that they still had their maintenance package. They have been changing the ... Read More
Join Consumer Reports online (the part for new car prices). Low monthly fee - you can unjoin when you buy your car - well worth it!!! You have to log in with your login and password in order to access their special prices. It gives you the wholesale and retail price of EVERY option and package and the dealer holdback and incredible information. When you've selected your car with the options ... Read More
The higher tire pressure is all about MPG. Toyota is trying to squeeze out ever bit they can. I dropped the tire pressure on my 2012 Camry LE from 35 to 33 and the ride improved. I still get great gas mileage.
Thank you, mistserv. Sounds like you got a great deal in CA! The offer I have includes the 1k rebate, so if I want the 0% financing it would be 1K more....
I bought a new 2012 Camry SE with NAV and Power Driver Seats (and mats) for 22,313 plus tax and lic in Northern California. I took the 0% financing too, instead of an additional 1K rebate. When factoring in the SE added value plus Navigation my personal opinion is that your LE offer could be better. I know that COSTCO has a auto purchase program that has competitive prices. If you ... Read More
I have been offered a 2012 Camry LE with 8way adjustable drivers seat and carpet mats for $21,795.00 plus tag fees. Two other dealers in the area (South Florida, Broward County) have said they cannot match this price. What do you think about this deal? Is it good, or could it be better? Thank you for weighing in!
Also posted in the lease forum (so quiet on the Camry Boards): Two days ago, my sales dude said new program has money factor of 0.00001 for all remaining 2012 camry's. At that mf with decent residuals, the 12 Camry's will move. I test drove a SE Limited edition (msrp 27084) and the lease cost was zero o-t-d with 35 remaining payments of 266 (incl.6.5% tax rate).
Hi. Not sure how close you are to NH. I'm buying, not leasing. But, after talking to a lot of dealers in my area, I had the best experience with Toyota of Nashua. Bruno easily answered all of my questions and was the best, and most up front, about price negotiations.
I finally found the price and better yet the dealer to sell me the 2012 Camry LE with driver power seats, floor and trunk mats. Purchase price $19,488 plus fees PD MATS No other rebates 0% interest rate and 100% financing Manhattan Beach Toyota in CA published an advertisement in the Los Angeles Times. It was interesting because I believe it was only distributed in the south bay area of Los ... Read More
Hi, Am thinking of going for one of the zero down lease that toyota is offering. I live in Massachusetts and was wondering if someone can share any info about good lease deals and dealerships. Thanks
Amen. The prof is right on,Sarah. I had got quotes from 40 or so dealers from PA/MD/NJ/NY... by far, 355 darcars toyota outperformed them all. When I asked for OTD price, that is what I got. When you saw the price, you did not have to haggle anymore, since you have already seen what 40 other dealers are able to provide. Many admitted they can't come close. So I would second ... Read More
Just brought home a 2012 Camry LE (plus power seat and floor mats) lease last night. 36 months, 36,000 miles $23,994 MSRP, $22,475 sales price, $500 Toyota lease cash, 54.5% residual, 0.00001 money factor (basically nothing). Paid first payment up front plsu tax on the Toyota lease cash. $264/mo plus tax the rest of the way, which in Indiana means $282/mo Got Internet quote from a dealer in Indianapolis, then was ... Read More
Have you fixed this problem? If so, what have you done? This is driving me insane...
Hi Vaiv777, I am also living in the SF area and with the tax rate 9.25%. And I want to buy the Camry LE, so would you please give me a hint for how to negotiate the price? and the dealer name? My email is email@example.com. Thank you!
CarsDirect.com does list the $1000 manufacturer's rebate at the very top, right above "net CardDirect price" ($23,247 is their higher price for the Limited Edition, and this price includes destination charges). I wonder if this could vary by region of the country, but I doubt it - as it is a manufacturer's rebate. They would add tax, license, some small tire fees, and maybe a $50 documentation fee (meaning the dealership). ... Read More
Toyota Camry 404,886 Honda Accord 331,872 Nissan Altima 302,934 Hyundai Sonata 230,605 Ford Fusion 241,263
car_man & kyfdx Thoughts on this? 2012 TOYOTA CAMRY SE (4Cyl) 24 months, 12k miles per year. GREY TWO-TONE FABRIC INTERIOR OPTIONS:FE, PD, CF $24,680.00 MSRP $22,929.72 DEALER INVOICE COST $21,920.72 TOYOTA INTERNET SALE PRICE $0.00 DOWN 24 MONTH LEASE BELOW: $315.50 x 23 REMAINING MONTHS WITH $0.00 DUE AT SIGNING FEES BELOW ARE INCLUDED IN THE LEASE: $338.00 DMV FEES (DOC, REGISTRATION, TITLE, & LICENSE FEES) $650.00 TOYOTA LEASE ACQUISITION ... Read More
Autowest @ hayward. Basically you beat dealer against each other. Key is to get the lower quote from dealer and take it to other.Most dealer price match.
Guys just wanted to share my story.. I leased a toyota camry in spetember 2012. Pretty happy with the car so far. I dont drive much so lease made sense. Toyota is giving very good lease options. FYI I haggled a lot (initial quote they gave was like 200per month with 2500 down) I got the lease for 240$ per month (including taxes) with 24000 miles for 2 years (0 down ... Read More
Yes. This is for regular 4 cylinder SE not the V6 Model. This is at Autowest Honda @ Hayward,CA Thanks Lepton.
I often rent a 2012 Toyota Camry LE when I fly to other cities. When I pick up a Camry from the airport they always fill the tires under 30psi (cold), yet the ride and handling seems ok. I looked in the door jamb and noticed the recommended tire pressure is 35psi (cold). When I fill the tires to this pressure, the ride is always busy on the freeway and hard ... Read More
Happy New year to all!! Dave E. in Hanlees fleet Dept. called me and provided the following quotes. 2012 Camry LE No power seats $19K MSRP 23,620? 2012 Camry LE including Power seats $19.7K MSRP 24,060? This quote is after the 1000$ rebate offered for No. Ca. dealers The power driver seat is 440$ (retail). It should be possible to add this to the 19K and buy it for $19,440 plus ... Read More
Ok. I need some advice. I live in Los Angeles. I went to carson toyota in carson,ca today and the best price I got was 21078 plus tax and fees. OTD was about 23200. I was disappointed and it was back to back arguing with the fleet manager and that was the lowest he'd go. I literally walked out. I went to Cerritos and showed my quote to that fleet manager ... Read More
Pretty good. This is the regular SE 4 cylinder, not the SE Sport - right? Wheel locks are $40/$67 (wholesale/retail). Carpeted floor mats are $140/$225 (steep price on such a basic thing - I will buy all-weather mats instead at an outside place). Dealer holdback is $464. $21,486 would be the build and buy price on that one, so yes, $20,100 is very good. Lepton
Just got 2012 Toyota Camry SE with floor mat and wheel lock for Sale price $20,100 after $1000 rabate OTD $22,400 in SF bay area with sales tax rate 9.25%. Is it a good deal ?
There is a current Toyota owner rebate in New England region. And they do ask for your diploma within two years.
There is a $1000 cash incentive on the 2012 models right now. The LE should be obtainable for $20,408 ($19,410 for the Build and Buy Price on Consumer Reports; it is well worth joining Consumer Reports online and checking their Cars section (you have to log in with your account to get the prices that show you everything, including the dealer holdback, which is $452 on the LE, $464 on the ... Read More
I am looking for 2012 Toyota Camry LE in San Francisco bay area so far I have got the lowest internet quote of sale price $20,500 before $1000 rebate. Any recent purchanse details in SF bay area would help. I am hping to get around $19,000 after rebate is this realistic ?
Can some one please tell me what would be a good OTD price for a Camry LE 2012, 2.5L, V4 + power driver seat? I am in Houston, TX I plan to finance though Toyota Financial Services with 0% APR (probably 60 months). Do I do this with dealer or through Toyota Financial Services website? This is my first time buying, help will be most appreciated.
Has you ever found out what is the problem? I just bought brand new 5 miles SE and got the same noise. Anybody else has the same problem??
Hello all, I live in NJ and I want to buy a new 2012 Camry SE. I want to pay $23,000 out the door (including all taxes and fees) and do not have a trade in vehicle. Am I asking for to little or to much? Can somebody help me with this. Thanks in advance!
Your best bet is to read messages and then post your question in our Camry Prices Paid discussion.
Can some one please tell me what would be a good OTD price for a Camry LE 2012, 2.5L, V4 + power driver seat? I am in Austin, TX I plan to finance though Toyota Financial Services with 0% APR (probably 48 months). Do I do this with dealer or through Toyota Financial Services website? This is my first time buying, help will be most appreciated.
Hello all, I live in NJ and I want to buy a new 2012 Camry SE. I want to pay $23,000 out the door (including all taxes and fees) and do not have a trade in vehicle. I also do not qualify for any incentives except the 0% financing. Am I asking for to little or to much or what should be the price I tell a dealer I want to ... Read More
Hello all, I live in NJ and I want to buy a new 2012 Camry SE. I want to pay $23,000 out the door and do not have a trade in vehicle. Am I asking for to little or to much? Can somebody help me with this. Thanks in advance!
$21,144 is a good price! The best deal I've found on similarly equipped SE was $21,889 at Alderman Toyota in Rutland, VT. http://www.voiceofthedriver.com/Regionalwise?%20zip_code=37129
I had the same whistle noise on a 2012 Camry LE. It was coming from the outside mirror. I put a piece of duct tape over the horizontal seam that allows the mirror to fold in and it was gone. Not too elegant but for a rental it works, the whistle was driving me crazy on the interstate. Would start about 65 MPH Bad design by Toyota that should have been ... Read More
I purchased from Elgin Toyota in Illinois. I'm not sure if it will help you as you are from Dallas. If you don't need a car right away wait for a good deal and I'm sure you will get it because dealers will definitely reduce the price towards the end of the year.
Just picked up a Silver 2012 Camry XLE v4 in Elk Grove, CA for $26,700 + fees. There is a $1000 rebate if you pay all cash instead of using Toyota 0% financing for those who can afford it. Car has just about everything: Nav, Backup camera, Bluetooth, Smart key system, Homelink, leather, heated front seats, and entune system. I like the look for the Camry. I've been a Honda buyer ... Read More
No doubt the tsunami and devastation last year are at the crux of the delays. They were several months behind last year due to the catastrophe, and they have apparently made up a month of that this year (but are still behind). This is quite understandable, as that was a MAJOR world problem (I'm surprised they got back on track as quickly as they did; it must be awfully financially as ... Read More
Hello M6D, I was traveling and rented a 2012 Camry LE. After driving the car for 4 days it seemed very average. Although for under $20k you have to be reasonable. The second part of the trip we rented a 2012 VW Passat. WOW! It is fun to drive but did not realize until later it has 5 cylinders. The plan was to take advantage of the $1,000 rebate in No. ... Read More
Hi all! after a long wait, I finally made a move today after Thanksgiving sale. Here is the breakdown: CAMRY LE w/ pow. seat and moonroof MSRP 24,750.00 -4500.00 +TT&L and processing. OTD 21,500 Wife wanted 21k even out the door but they won't do it. I thought this was a good deal. Toyota dealers have so many remaining 2012s. Hopefully, you guys could do even better. Share your experience. :) ... Read More
In fact, the 2012 Toyota Camry for the Canadian market is NOT equipped with TPMS. That from Toyota Canada Inc., sent to me on November 20, 2012.
$21,144 was without any rebates and it was for Camry 2012 SE + power drive + mats. I'm not eligible for any of the current rebates. The price you were quoted is very high if it is for the same car(and features) as mine. The rebates are directly from Toyota. So your dealer quote (without any rebates ) should be at least less than $21,500. I made the bargaining only through ... Read More
yes..$21,144 is the cash price without fees. Even I wanted $21k but none of the dealers were reducing it below $21,450 except the one I purchased from. I didn't know that Toyota runs local rebates but I'm sure we don't have any right now in Illinois. The only rebates available now are $1000 graduate rebate and $500 military rebate and none of them applies to me.
Hello realtek Ask yourself if you need to pay Toyota's inflated price for a Navigation system when a app for your cell phone cost hundreds less. Another solution is to buy one for under 100$ and keep it in the trunk. That being said, of course you should call Robert H. at Toyota of Orange. Remember to always request a price from the seller first instead of you providing him a ... Read More
Congratulations!!!!!! bendakaya Its seems 21K for a 2012 SE with PD and mats is a good deal anywhere in the US and 20K with PD and mats is good for a 2012 LE. $21,144 is the cash price without fees, right? You could have obtained a local rebate but i am not familiar with Illinois Toyota promotions. Northern Ca. has one for 1k and So ca. should have one in December. ... Read More
Hi Mr. ve Don't be sorry about Jason @ Vallejo Toyota. The forum is about sharing all the experiences of buying the car. Talk is cheap, especially phone quotes from car salespersons. You stated you found quotes lower than what I found. Please share the lowest price for a 2012 Camry LE with power driver seat and floor mats. It is best if you provide the purchase price without rebate and ... Read More
RE: Jason and Vallejo Toyota...Sorry to hear that it didn't work out better. I may have gotten lucky but I had gotten quotes for both LE and SE models that were less than you had been quoted. I agree that I would take my business elsewhere too. The Orange Toyota does sound great if you live in So Cal. I had checked the SACRA dealers but some online reviews, etc made ... Read More
I definitely agree Robert gives the best price. I just picked up a Camry SE with power seats, floor mats for 20,995. I qualified for the grad rebate and 0%. However, the salesman, Frank, tried to tell me that they would not be able to give me 0% for the advertised car even though my credit score was awesome!. Frank tried to get me to sign the contract for 4% -- ... Read More
I definitely agree Robert gives the best price. I just picked up a Camry SE with power seats, floor mats for 20,995. I qualified for the grad rebate and 0%. However, the salesman, Frank, tried to tell me that they would not be able to give me 0% for the advertised car even though my credit score was 817. Frank tried to get me to sign the contract for 4% -- ... Read More
Hello Misterve (mr.) RE:Jason S. @ Vallejo Toyota Hello Everyone I talked to Jason S. at Vallejo Toyota and obtained a price $2,000.00 MORE THAN OTHER DEALERS IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA!!!!!!!!!!! He wants $21,500.00 for a 2012 Camry LE with drivers power seat and mats. This is the price before the $1,000 rebate. Net price of $20,500 plus fees. Jon T. is the fleet manager of Elk Grove Toyota and offered the ... Read More
Today I was looking at some Toyota Dealerships online and saw a factory rebate of $1000 or 0%/60 months finance offer posted. Must be new for November. FYI - In October I paid 20,988 for a base Camry SE (no power seats) so your deal looks fairly good... I know prices keep falling toward the end of the year. The issue is inventory - color and options available with the SE. ... Read More
For the Camry SE with Nav and power seats you might be able to negotiate downward toward 22K. I would figure out "dealer cost" for NAV and Power seats and add that to whatever the lowest price is in this blog for the Camry SE base. FYI - I paid 21K for the 'base" SE model What you would need is to get some other quotes such as the So Cal ... Read More
I think the $23k quote is a bit high. I got a guarantee certificate online through truecar from Capitol Toyota for $22,600 with the options below. I assume then this new quote should be my base price for negotiation. I wonder if it's possible to get down to $22k. STANDARD PAINT (-PAINT) CLASSIC SILVER METALLIC (1F7) 50 STATE ULEV2 EMISSIONS (FE) BLACK/ASH, FABRIC SEAT TRIM (FF15) 8-WAY PWR DRIVER SEAT (PD) ... Read More
I bought the Camry SE with Mats. No Nav and no power driver seats. Paid just under 21K plus tax/lic/doc fee. Got 0.9% 60 months in October. Toyota has dropped it to 0% since then. Your price is 2K more than what I paid. The question is whether the Nav plus Power seats should cost you that 2K extra. I don't think they run that much. I bought my car at ... Read More
Camry SE with Nav, Mats and Power driver seat = $23,000 + tax & license. Does that sound right? This is a bay area dealer in California. Should I pull the trigger? It's a 0% 60months finance. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Congrats on the SE with power seats. Your price was what I paid for the Camry SE without the power seats, but So Cal was not realistic location for me. 0% is also a great perk from Toyota.
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