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Toyota Camry Lease Questions

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  • miko638miko638 Posts: 2
    Just found this forum. Hope it's not to late for me. Any thoughts are appreciated.

    I have been offered a 36month/12k mile lease in Connecticut for $310 for a 2011 Camry SE, 4-cyl, SE Value Package 1 and 17" alloys. Nothing more. Nothing down except $500 which includes first months payment. The "no haggle" price of this car is $24,265 off of a $25,495 listed MSRP. They are taking a 2009 Camry LE from me that I owe $800 on. I got the 2009 on Swap A Lease last year. (a deal that worked out very well for me) That lease is over on November 30th. There is a bit of excess wear and tear on the 2009 ( dented front bumper and too many scratches) and I suspect I will get hit with $500 to $700 for the damage. The $800 I owe on the old lease is getting rolled into the new lease. If I pay it off myself now I dealer say I will lower payment down to $290.

    thanks for your time.
  • thoahauthoahau Posts: 2
    Hi,

    I bought my black Camry LE 2011 in NYC , with Aloy Weels upgraded and floor carpets for total $20700 (before tax and fee). (They gave me $1000 credit cashback + $1000 for just graduated student + 0% APR for 60 months).

    With tax + registration fee, finaly I need to pay $23000 in 5 years with 0% APR., $0 downpayment.

    Everymonth, I need to pay $384

    Do you think it is a good deal ?
  • Just leased Camry LE 2011 from nor cal.

    cap. cost ~ 20400
    3 yrs 15k
    residual ~ 13800
    money factor 0.00035
    bank fee 650
    gap inrance 595
    registration 250
    documentation 55

    I also got 1500$ rebate on top of this.

    After including all above costs and rebates, I paid 0$ while picking up the car.

    will be paying 236$ for rest 35 months.

    Is it a good deal?
  • Check with your car insurance company to see if they offer gap. Allstate will and it's adds about $5 more per month to your policy. ($5 *36mon = $180).
  • kurakura Posts: 5
    I am about to lease a new 2011 Camry LE V6 in the PA area. Is this a good deal? $450 out of pocket includes all the paper work and first month and then 35 payment of $240 (including tax & fees) ??

    Please let me know as I am looking to do this soon.
  • haggardhaggard Posts: 63
    Seems like a good deal for that car. Can you post the details of the car (options) and lease offer (msrp, cap cost reductions, Net cap cost, residual, money factor, term, miles per year)?

    I am also in PA and haven't been able to find that kind of deal on an LE 4 cyl, let alone a 6, so I would be very interested in the details and the dealer, if you are able.

    Thanks.
  • My offer:

    $289/month, 36 months including taxes and nothing out of pocket.
  • neelskyneelsky Posts: 4
    Hi can you tell me which dealership you got that offer from ? I am looking for a similar lease. thanks
  • Sorry for the late response, frankil1. Dealership is Toyota San Diego.
  • toledo73toledo73 Posts: 58
    Hi, I also live in Nor Cal, Bay Area. Can you tell me where you leased your Camry? Looks like a nice deal, Leased through Toyota Fin Services?
  • Hi dbayarea,

    It will be really helpful if you can give the details of the dealer.. looks like u have got a screaming deal... I have been searched but not able to find that is even close to your deal. Also please give some info on the credit score also.. I means Yours is an Excellent one..??
  • Hello Carman: Could you tell me the money factor and residual for both a 2011 Camry LE & SE (4cyl) for September, 2011? Thank you.
  • Hi All, Sorry for the late response.

    I got it from ToyotaSunnyvale.

    I got $1000 toyota rebate $500 dealer rebate and $1000 graduate discount. Don't know if they all still available. Yes, I had excellent credit. Thanks.
  • ToyotaSunnyvale. Yes, leased thru TFS.
  • topmasttopmast Posts: 2
    edited September 2011
    Final lease offer and deal made in South Florida
    2011 Camery SE / leather / sunroof / heated seats & mirrors / rear tail spoiler package / (no GPS though) 36mnth Lease / 15k yr........made deal at $0 out of pocket. $259 a mnth w/taxes included. (total bill payment that comes in the mail)
    If you want to put $0 down, make sure you tell them '$0 out of pocket'. That's the dealers true terminology of sign and drive. Hope this helps for those shopping. GREAT CAR for the money.
  • Northern California bay area, I traded my corolla CE 2007 with 77,000 miles and got monthly payment of $155 for 36 months/12k miles per year. my credit score was 655. The sticker price of this camry is 27,000. I was in a hurry so i signed the lease last night. Is that a good deal for me? or I was dumb?
  • jonathaninscjonathaninsc Posts: 1
    edited September 2011
    Toyota of Charleston is offering $0 out of pocket $199/mo for a 2011 Camry LE with 12k miles per year for 36 months. Same deal for for the Corolla LE for $159/mo. Do you think there is any room for negotiation? or is this as good as it gets? With the redesigned 2012 camry hitting the showroom i think there may be even better deals in oct/nov for the 2011 models. what do you think?
  • I leased a Camry LE labor day weekend for $220 a month 36/12K TMCC. I paid about $750 at signing comprised of tire tax, DMV transfer fees and a doc or other BS fee. I also had about $1K equity in the leased vehicle I traded in. Taxes are included in the payment. I thought this was a pretty good deal but who really knows but the dealer.
  • willlwilll Posts: 2
    Just test drove the new 2012 Camry XLE. They have done a great job in the restyling! We're ready to sign...once they get the color and options we want.

    Does anyone know what the money factor and residual Toyota is using for the new 2012's?
  • Car Man Please help,
    Could I please get the Toyota Finance's October buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2012 Toyota Camry with 15,000 miles per year. How much do these vary between the LE and SE models? Do you know the excess miles charges both prepaid and end of the lease? Thank You
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