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2013 and Earlier - Toyota Camry Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • petras2petras2 Posts: 104
    That's an excellent deal on an SE, go for it!!
  • gtc7gtc7 Posts: 2
    Thank you for your opinion!

    I went on Zag.com as recommended by spt3 and got pretty much the same exact quote as the one I received from the dealer. I will contact some dealers around and see if they can go any lower.

    Might wait until after the current incentive expire on 11/16. I'm guessing they will either have better incentives or extend the current offer.
  • 2010 Camry LE model - got a dealer quote for $20,700 + tax and fees (and 2.9% APR) . MSRP is 22850 . invoice is 19820+750 (750 = Destination charge) . TMV as per edmnunds site is $21,271 . And this is in New York. is this a good price or should I wait?
  • kiawahkiawah Posts: 3,666
    Hop a train to DC.........save yourself about 1500 bucks.

    Camry LE 2010

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  • ...I don't think you can get that price along w/ 2.9% but I might be wrong.
  • garpgarp Posts: 4
    I went and test drove an LE yesterday. Really liked it.. would you guys advice to wait till December end? I can wait if it could save me some money. Generally what kind of deals does Toyota offer during year end?
  • petras2petras2 Posts: 104
    Hard to say what toyota will do but in a recent WSJ ariticle, toyota camry/solara sales numbers for Oct/09 are third highest among all vehicles..also the georgetown, ky. plant is recalling/hiring workers..to me that doesn't bode well for extended incentives but dec. is usually a slow month so who knows..also you need to consider that the federal sales tax deduction on new car purchases expires at the end of Dec...
  • garpgarp Posts: 4
    that's true. I guess, it may not be as lucrative to wait, but can not hurt... thanks for the advice...
  • Greetings!

    Hey just got my 2010 Camry XLE, 4 cylinder, no leather seats, just the standard XLE.
    Traded my 2008 Corolla inwith 24,500 miles for $9,5000. The traide in value was OK, + 500 loyalty discount.

    2010 camry Invoice:______$ 25300

    Taxable Tota___________: $ 15.921
    Balance owed on trade/in_: $ 11.064
    Tax:___________________$ 995
    Dealer Inventory:_________$ 45.94
    Vehicule inspection:______$ 23.80
    License/Title____________$ 93.80
    Gap Insurance __________$ 299.00
    ______________________---------------
    ______________________$ 28310

    Cash down_____________ $ 9.000

    Financing Amount $ 19,564

    Payment $350/monthly, 2.9 for 60 months. FYI: location is Austin, Texas

    Also added extended waranty for 100,000 miles/72 months for 1900. But didn't take the waranty cost in the loan. We've setup an installement for 1 year no interest for $142/month + 192 cash down to pay the extended waranty off.

    FYI: I'll drive this car until It fall a part just to justify the extended waranty.

    My objective was to say under $350 in the case you lose ur job you can still make your monthly payment.

    So know regarding the question to wait until December. I tried also to wait until next December but after Toyota publish his sales for October I decided to buy this month because there may be a high probability that toyota don't offer the 2.9% for 60 months any more specially on the camry. That why I've decided not to wait until december; 2.9% on 25,000 is way better than 6.5 % on 25,000. Just to answer the question about waiting until next month.

    So If you are looking to buy go for. Just because on the Camry and Rav4 the financing is not always offered and Toyota is selling the camry's the last couple months like bread.
    0.0% 36 months or 2.9% 60 monthsBTW on 2010 camry not 2009 So waiting may not be good.

    Hopefully It helps.

    Thanks

    E11_Corolla.

    NB: THANKS TO ALL who did share their purchase experience here on this forum because It's the only so way we, buyers, can find the light through the dark tunnel off purchasing a car by the dealerships. Keep on with that.
  • Congrats! Enjoy your new ride!
  • HI
    I am buying a 2010 Camry SE with sport package 3.5 L in MN. The MSRP for this car is $ 29630 and the dealer is offering 26500 including the $750 rebate. Since this is my first ever car in this country would like to know if this would be a fair deal.Should it be bargained? Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks
  • kiawahkiawah Posts: 3,666
    Looks reasonable, compared to www.fitzmall.com
  • gteegtee Posts: 179
    check overstock.com prices. It seems to me that you can get much better prices in South East region if you are willing to travel there. Look at this link
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  • Yes, South East Toyota usually have better promotions too, and they had a $1000 financing rebate while the rest of the country only had $500 to $750. Also, some of the SE dealers have access to base model which are impossible to find in my part of mid-west!
  • 10sfan10sfan Posts: 136
    Please share the name of the dealership and location.
  • Hi Bob, That is a great price. Just checking where did yo buy?
    Thanks
  • it's first time i buy a car. i have no idea what should i do :cry:
    please share dealer name or location
  • Hey guys, I am looking to purchase a 2010 Camry SE V6 with moon roof, spoiler, JBL, leather, etc. Pretty much loaded except for navi.

    Do you guys think it's possible to score one for $25k out the door?

    Especially because of this economy, and Toyota declining, I was to get one for this price.

    Please advise!
  • kiawahkiawah Posts: 3,666
    since each state and county has different tax rates and DMV fees, that kind of question is impossible to answer.

    Try doing comparison shopping for a similar vehicle at www.fitzmall.com, who have good internet prices. Add you local taxes and dmv fees, and that would be a good target.
  • Looking to buy a '10 Camry SE during the Thanksgiving sales. Have been offered invoice minus 500 loyalty cash from my local dealer. Anyone been able to also collect an additional 500 for the Dealer Marketing Support?
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