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2013 and Earlier - Toyota 4Runner Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • tangmantangman Posts: 127
    When did Toyota announce the new 2010 4-Runner? If anyone sees a new 2008/2009 sport v8, please let me know. Looking for red or black.

    Most dealers have so little stock with the clunker deal, that they really are not significantly reducing the price on them The best price today is the same is was almost two years ago.
  • nedzelnedzel Posts: 787
    tangman, try searching on autotrader.com

    I found 6 red V8s, all 2008s, 3 of which were Sports. The following dealers had red V8 Sports:

    Gary Force Toyota in Bowling Green KY.
    Gloucester Toyota in Gloucester, VA.
    Hudson Toyota in Jersey City, NJ.
  • tangmantangman Posts: 127
    Hi:

    Great suggestion, but I already went down that path. One is sold, the other is a high milage demo and a limited. I do really appreciate the leads.
  • Decided that this or the Pilot are the only reasonably priced trucks that would make me happy. I see very little local inventory. Seems each dealer has one or two SR5's. I don't want to pay the big bucks for a LTD.

    Any idea what an '09 SR5 with the EVP/sunroof should go for?
  • I don't see how the 4Runners with the V8 qualified for the "Clunker Program". They get very poor mpg. I know, I own one. You would of had to trade in a clunker that got about 12 mpg to buy a V8 4Runner under the clunker program.

    I get 14 in the city and it can get 20mpg no more than 65mph on the highway!
  • I don't know that they did qualify for C4C. I think only the 6 cylinder ones did.

    I bought a CPO today. 2006, 18K miles, Sport Model 4 x 4. They were asking just under 27K, got it for 25.800 with one offer and one counter offer. It's got the V8, which I don't need, sunroof, CD changer, and whatever else the Sport comes with (stupid looking hoodscoop), roof rack, side tubular bars, 17 inch wheels, etc.

    It's got one scratch about six inches long on the side of the rear bumper, and the tires are half worn, other than that it truely is "as new".

    Toyota warranty is 7 yrs./100K mi. from date first put in service on the drivetrain, but only 30 days/3000 miles bumper to bumper.

    Thes are expensive vehicles, but this was the lowest mileage one I could find.
  • I am not going through with the CPO deal, by the way. I just called the salesman tonight and backed out of the deal.

    I really want the Limited. They are in very short supply, but I'm in no hurry.

    The truck is beautiful. I know I'll never find one cleaner or with less mileage, but I want the leather and it didn't have it.
  • First of all, I am a Certified Toyota Sales Consultant, so the information I am giving is correct to my knowledge. First of all, NONE of the 4Runners qualified for the C4C. We had two '09's on the lot for the entire sale and not ONE Clunker qualified for them. And yes, plenty of people tried. Their MPG was just too low to qualify. Second, regarding the Certified Used Program. The warranty is 3 MONTHS, not 30 DAYS/3000 miles, 7 yr./100k powertrain and 24/7 Roadside Assistance from the in-service date. Just wanted to clear that up. And please don't flame me for working for Toyota :) Like these forums to try and keep up on what the latest "word on the street" is... :)
  • Thanks. Yes, I reaized after I posted that. 3 mos./3000 mi.

    They really should match Hondas 12 mos./12K bumper to bumper.
  • I know they are new and there is limited stock. Please share you experience on pricing and real purchase price i.e. OTD .

    Really want to know how to negotiate a new SR5 , no trade in, no financing.
  • agnostoagnosto Posts: 205
    FYI, 2010 4Runner 4WD SR5 model 8664 for OTD $32,000 (includes 3% tax, doc fee, title/license) without much negotiation (trying to decide between 2010 Outback 3.6R Ltd NAV and the 2010 4Runner 4WD SR5):

    MSRP $32,790.00
    doc fee: $399.00

    Options Installed:
    50 State Emissions $0
    6-Gallons of Gas $0
    Front and Rear 120V AC Power Outlets $200
    Sliding Rear Cargo Deck $350
    Southeast Toyota Distributor Plus $0
    Sport Fabric-Trimmed 8-way $530
  • agnostoagnosto Posts: 205
    Is OTD $33,535.00 price (based on 3% tax and MSRP: $34,923) for the 2010 4Runner 4WD SR5 -V6 (5 Speed Automatic) a good deal for expected delivery 12/25/09 with the following options:

    Convenience Package (CPAT)
    Sliding Rear Cargo Deck (CDAT)
    AM/FM/MP3 CD Player with 8 Speakers, (DJAT)
    Sport Fabric-Trimmed 8-way (PEAT)
    Carpet Mats (PV40)
  • I just bought a 2010 SR5 with premium package. MSRP $36,300. OTD $35,600.
    It is a discount of 3000 off MSRP. Sales tax of 6.75%.
    I think its a good deal but its hard to tell. There are very few out there now. I have to wait at least 2 weeks for delivery.
    The deal you got seems pretty good. Checkout fitzmall.com. They have a car similar to yours with a asking price of 32,026 +TTL (MSRP 34700).
    Congrats on your new car.
  • I just got a deal on the 4Runner SR5 with premium package for $33,000. MSRP is 35,600. Sounds like a good deal, but wanted to know others' opinions?
  • For a 2010 4Runner SR5 w/ the following spec ( below) $ 33,900 OTD... Is this a good price???

    Blizzard Pearl
    Interior: Black/Graphite
    Options: AM/FM/CD/MP3 AUDIO SYSTEM (DJ)
    ELECTROCHROMIC REARVIEW MIRROR W/INTEGRATED BACKUP CAMERA MONITOR (EC), PREMIUM PKG W/LEATHER (PT)
    SR5 3RD ROW 50/50 FOLD-FLAT LEATHER SEAT (TI), RS3200 PLUS ALARM SYSTEM (V5), SPORT PEDALS W/SILVER FINISH (32
  • You got it for $33,000.00 OTD???
  • agnostoagnosto Posts: 205
    I just purchased a 2010 4Runner Limited 4WD V6 Magnetic Gray Metallic/Black/Bordeaux at Invoice:

    MSRP: $42,314.00
    Sales price at Invoice: $39,397.00
    Trade in: (I got the CarMax value for my 2007 trade in)
    doc fee: $399
    transfer tag: $74
    Options Installed: NAV, Carpet Mats

    FYI, I was going for the SR5, but I found out only the Limited grade has the Full-time 4WD with Active Traction Control (A-TRAC) and locking center differential which is what is used for the Land Cruiser. The SR5 and the Trail grade do not have center differential.

    I wish best of luck to all in your searching to buy or lease of such an amazing vehicle.
  • Being quoted $1000 over invoice. Anyone getting them at invoice?
  • agnostoagnosto Posts: 205
    Yes, see my post 1791 (I got it at invoice for sale price $39,397 before TTL, etc) which according to Edmund's invoice is $39,153 not including Carpet Mats...
    I was surpised to get such an amazing deal both for the new 2010 4Runner LTD and my trade in with Leith Toyota (toyota dealership) at NC and made it easier for me to let go of my 2007 TCH.
  • I just paid $950 over invoice on my 2010 Silver/Black SR5 w. Premium/Convenience/3rd Row in MN. This was done through the Costco Auto Buying Program. I was being quoted $1000 under MSRP at other dealers with "no-hassle" buying programs.
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