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2013 and Earlier - Toyota Camry Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • The price is hard to beat in MD
  • Kirstie_HKirstie_H Posts: 10,837
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  • anyone in South Florida want to do a group buy on Camry?
  • I am looking at a 2013 LE Camry MSRP = 25,148 (Ohio). Options include 17" Alloy wheels, side moldings, and 8-way adjustable seats. We do not want/care about the wheels or adjustable seats - but do want the side molding (which is not available on most of the other Camry's locally in Ohio where we live). What would be a good sales price for this LE Camry (with noted options)? Do the dealers figure in the $1000 rebate as part of the sales price - or does this rebate get mailed to you directly?
  • mcdawggmcdawgg Posts: 1,667
    You can have any dealer add the body side molding. Cost of the parts plus an hour of labor.
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  • side moulding is less than $100 on ebay and it's just taped on. very easy DIY.

    from reading through the thread, base model of LE can be had under $20000 out the door almost everywhere.
  • at 5% tax rate, I get $20590 OTD for 2013 Camry L.
    I don't think it is good price but I don't know how to negotiate with the dealer. Any suggestions will be appreciated.
  • mastergunnera8mastergunnera8 Posts: 19
    edited September 2013
    Looking everywhere for a Camry Hybrid. Found a 2012 XLE with Nav, moonroof, leather, dual pwr seats and heaters with 18000mi for around 24K, not certified, but has 2 years of warranty left.... That price is getting up there, closer to new ( with less options of course)...opinions?
  • gnartgnart Posts: 36
    Look for my posts.... easy negotiation without having to deal with salesman.
  • mastergunnera8mastergunnera8 Posts: 19
    edited September 2013
    Who is the person you refer "students" to? Buying very soon...

    Thanks!!
  • I got a quote from them just now for a 2013 Camry L, it is nearly off MSRP 5K, however, OTD is about 21K. It seems a very tricky Quote.
  • I got final offer price of $22211 (after $750 rebate with 0% APR), tax-6%, tag/title-$299, processing -$200) for 2013 Camry SE 4 Cyl with Moonroof and Navigation which has MSRP 26,825. On the road price is $24,100.

    Is it a good deal?

    Please let me know your suggestions or your price for the same model car.

    Thanks
  • gnartgnart Posts: 36
    With all of the rebate, you should be able to negotiate it lower. Is it with 355 Darcars in Rockville?

    Gnart
    nguyentd@pgcc.edu
  • No. They don't want to go below 24,100. 355 toyota don't have the color that I am looking.

    Is anyone bought 2013 SE 4 CYL with Power Moonroof and Navigation car in Maryland and Virginia area.
  • I'm looking for a base model camry hybrid LE in Northern CA (bay area). I don't know what's the price that I should aim for.

    I did some price quote on the internet, got an actual quote from a dealer for $23,488+TTL. The MSRP is $27,175. Is it a fair price? After the calculation, the OTD price is $26,060. Did the dealer do any tricks on the calculation?

    Anyone purchased similar car recently, please advise. Thanks in advance.
  • The 355 Darcars gave me 21062 OTD for 2013 Camry L with finance. While, Jim Coleman Toyota in Bethesda, MD gave me 20676 and Koons Tysons Toyota gave me 20754.
  • gnartgnart Posts: 36
    Interesting... first time that I see 355 Darcars higher than others. How did you go about negotiating with 355 Darcars? I guessed to be slightly below or around $20K from them. Let's know how it goes for you.
  • Another dealer offered to give lower than OTD $24,100 2013 SE 4 CYL with Power Moonroof and Navigation car which has MSRO $26,825. This car has around 200 miles and getting this car from another dealer through dealr exchange/transfer (going to have around 300 miles).

    Is it noraml miles on new car?

    Is ok consider this Car?

    Do I need to check/cosnider anything?

    Please suggest me.

    Thanks
  • gnartgnart Posts: 36
    200 miles is an indication that it sits on the lot for awhile. I don't buy dealer exchange unless I go to the dealer where the car sit and inspect the car. Dealer exchange has the transport cost associate with it. The potential buyer usually bear this cost. It locks in the buyer before seeing the vehicle. Many dealers (i.e. Toyota in Cherry Hills) do not have the space, so they cramp the vehicles into tight spaces. These "new" vehicles are full of knicks and dents, which they cover up before selling. Once, I negotiated a deal over the Internet and went to the dealer early to inspect the car. The "new" vehicle had a cracked bumper. Their body shop was puttying and getting it ready for painting.... needless to say, I didn't buy the car. Just my two cents.....
  • I emailed back and forth to Noel and Santiago. The best price from them I get is $20,521 for a based 2013 Camry L.
    The best price I get is $20,056 from Alexandria Toyota in VA.
  • 200 miles is way too high for a new car. That is a 'new' DEMO car you are looking at. Meaning the car that's been driven by everyone else at dealer.

    I don't know where you are, but I probably wouldn't pay more than $21000 OTD.
  • Got OTD of $21300 for 13 LE. Is this reasonable?
    Dealer says I should add $2000 in order to get the 0 APR from TFS. Is this the case?
    Thank you!
  • They should add $250 to final offer price for 0% APR with TFS. TFS offer is $750 rebate with 0% APR for 5 years or if you don't finance or not 0%, rebate is $1000. 355 toyota offered 13 LE for OTD of $20,6xx (VA tax). during labor day weekend. there was $750+$500 rebates at that time.
  • Finally, I purchased a Camry L from Alexandria Toyota in VA. The OTD is 20,066.50
    I paid 2066.50 from my credit card and they said they would send the bill before Nov. The monthly payment is $300 for 60 months.
    Thanks everyone!
  • bigbutrbigbutr Posts: 111
    Went to look at a 2013 Camry Hybrid today. Went in with my numbers based on what I have seen here and with Truecar pricing and was told I was way off. Said you can't use the dealer cash on a lease. The Truecar price is based on a purchase, which is why it was so low and included the $2,000 dealer cash.
    I am a bit skeptical on this since nearly every other deal I have ever done when there was dealer cash there was no issue when doing a lease. I haven't been able to find anything on the Toyota website that has that restriction. Was the dealer trying to pull one over or is this legit?
  • yourfriend1yourfriend1 Posts: 1
    edited October 2013
    I negoatiated a 2013 Toyota camry Hybrid XLE, with Navigation and backup camera.
    26,000 Price for car,
    800 Dealer Fee
    +tax+title and tag. which came around 29000 OTD with 1.9% APR.

    do you think it is a good deal.
    I asked dealer 0% APR at this price, he said I should add 2000 to base price.

    I turned down the offer. do you think its a good deal?
  • cpmdcpmd Posts: 13
    Hi all,

    I'm looking for a 2014 Camry SE. Possibly a base model, but if I can get a good deal on one with navigation and moonroof, that would be great. Generally speaking, does anyone know when there will be additional rebates (i.e. is there a trend when Toyota gives additional rebates)?

    Has anyone purchased a '14 SE recently? If so, can you please give a detailed purchase description, as well as location? I'm located in the Midwest, and I don't mind driving to get a good deal, thanks!
  • rvsk1rvsk1 Posts: 9
    I just got call from Texas Toyota Grapevine( Dallas -Tx) that they are ready to give Toyota Camry SE 2014 model for $22500 (out the door)with no add ons. is this good Price? Pl reply.
  • cpmdcpmd Posts: 13
    What's the MSRP?
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