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2014 Toyota Camry Prices Paid and Buying Experiences

Karen_CMKaren_CM Posts: 5,030
edited January 28 in Toyota
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  • This is the best quote given to me. I've been emailing the dealers and each round I make, the prices continue to go down. Is this a good price? And should I stop?

    2014 Camry SE 4-Cyl with Accessories Power Seats and
    All Weather Floor Mats & Cargo Tray
    $21,588.
    80.00 Doc
    287.75 License
    + 1,895.95 Tax 8.75%
    ----------------------------
    $23,851.70
    - 1,000. 00 Rebate
    ----------------------------
    $22,851.70
    - 500.00 Loyalty Rebate ( Current Own Toyota )
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    $22,351.70 Out the door.
  • cpmdcpmd Posts: 13
    Looks good! What dealer? My cousin is looking for a camry se in San Jose too
  • We bought it at Capitol
  • hhhh12hhhh12 Posts: 2
    edited November 2013
    Hi

    I got quote for 2014 Camry Hybrid LE, in Austin TX . They offer OTD is $26,100 with 0% for 60month.
    Is it a good deal?
  • aap1aap1 Posts: 1
    I got an OTD quote of $23,092 for 2014 Camry LE from Toyota Grapevine, Texas. Have anyone got a lower price?
  • mmommo Posts: 4
    Just took delivery yesterday of a 2014 Camry XLE 4-Cylinder in Cosmic Gray Mica loaded with leather and Blind Spot Monitor with a sticker price of $30,375 and a selling price of $26432 - $1250 in rebates ($750 for College Grad Rebate and $500 for 0 % financing for 60 months subvention cash) for a selling price of $25182 and a drive out of $27026.42 with free bodyside molding with trade my total was $20120.17. I am in Houston and no dealer in Houston would touch that price. Had the car delivered to me from Bryan for free and they gave me the same amount as Carmax for my trade. Excellent dealer and easy transaction.
  • tomggtomgg Posts: 1
    edited November 2013
    Has anyone got a good deal for 2014 Camry LE in Southern California? Any recommendation is really appreciated.
  • cowxl4cowxl4 Posts: 12
    Got an OTD price for SE (with powered driver seat) for $22000 (cash offer, meaning without using their 0% finance promotion). Is this a good deal? Thanks!
  • cowxl4cowxl4 Posts: 12
    Also got an OTD price for LE for $20560, through Costco program.
  • Guys.... I cant get any dealer to get below 22250 before TTL on a 2014 Camry SE.... I was hoping to get it for 20000..... any pointers?

  • veersveers Posts: 79

    @StingRay said: Guys.... I cant get any dealer to get below 22250 before TTL on a 2014 Camry SE.... I was hoping to get it for 20000..... any pointers?

    Look at fitzmall.com and http://www.jimbarkleytoyota.com/Camry-Inventory.aspx

    You can either shop from them directly or use their prices to negotiate down your local dealers. Looks like fitzmall has an SE in Gaithersburg, MD for $19,800, and after their $200 dealer fee you would be at 20 flat.

  • @veers said: You can either shop from them directly or use their prices to negotiate down your local dealers. Looks like fitzmall has an SE in Gaithersburg, MD for $19,800, and after their $200 dealer fee you would be at 20 flat.

    Thanks a lot bud!

  • voisvois Posts: 6
    edited December 2013

    2014 Camry SE 4-Cyl with FE EQ CQ PD SR EF 2Q

    Options: Convenience Package / Nav-Display Audio / Rear Bumper Applique / 8-way Power Driver seat / Moonroof / All weather floor mats and trunk pad 26-Dec-2013

    $24,400.--- (edit: MSRP 28079 )

    1,000 Rebate (off net after fees and taxes added)

    0% financing 60-mos no money down in my case

    SW Ohio It's possible to do about $600-800 better in this market, but didn't make the drive to achieve it.

  • parnineparnine Posts: 4

    14' TCH XLE - Sticker MSRP $35,128 (odometer was at 15 before my test drive)

    Options: FE BD CQ AY LA NV SR DK CF (in plain terms, Blind Spot Monitoring, Convenience pckg, Safety Connect, Leather, Premium Nav, Sunroof, carpet mats)

    $31,629 final price with 0%/60 incentive.

    Adding tax, title, reg gave OTD $33,806.24 (financed at 0% / 60mo)

    Two dealers, where I negotiated face to face were in the upper 34s ($1,000 more) and let me walk and one offered $180 less over the phone. FYI this deal was negotiated over the phone.

    The bad: sucks the way the options combinations seemed to be ordered. For example: all dealers had the Safety Connect (AY) for $515 MSRP if you get the premium Nav (NV), sunroof (SR) if you want leather (LA), and had Blinds Spot (BD) for $500 MSRP

    The good: most dealers seem to order cars configured exactly the same so it is easy to compare apples to apples from dealer to dealer to dealer.

  • mitbugmitbug Posts: 6

    Has anyone got a good deal for 2014 Camry SE V6 in Tex,La, Miss areas. Thanks for any info? I been quoted 26460.00 + TTL (1500.00 rebate already applied) for CQ package and Moonroof options. Thanks for any info.

  • Hi, seems nobody talked about the 2014.5 model, do I have safety concern if I buy a 2014 model?

  • Nobody is buying Camry anymore? Well, anyway, just FYI, SoCal, Feb 17th, my price before TTL after rebate is $18,488 and OTD $20,984 for 2014.5 Camry LE. My sales tax is 8%. Not great but okay price given it is not even the end of the month.

  • @austin360a said: Nobody is buying Camry anymore? Well, anyway, just FYI, SoCal, Feb 17th, my price before TTL after rebate is $18,488 and OTD $20,984 for 2014.5 Camry LE. My sales tax is 8%. Not great but okay price given it is not even the end of the month.

    You paid cash? If so that is a great deal, even if end of the month that will still be the price lol

  • gina2bitgina2bit Posts: 5

    Just bought a new 2013 Camry SE V6 leather pkg/ blind spot, loaded with everything + 10yr Platinum coverage in Pittsburgh Pa. Total OTD including taxes and 3.5k trade on a 2002 Camry for $25.5K. MSRP was 32K. I put this in the 2014 section because I bought this in 2014 and it is the same as a 2014 Camry. It would have been $2.5K less if I wouldn't have bought the coverage. I thought with all the electronics in the cars now it would be worth it. Just thought I'd pass this along while you’re looking at the 14's, you may want to see it a 13 of equal is there. They are discounted already around 15% and take an extra 3K off. It seems to equal or better the 0% finance.

  • paul1975paul1975 Posts: 7
    edited March 23

    Bought a 2014 Camry XLE recently with just the protection package(mats, all seasons, net etc.). $20900 sale price (includes destination and the 2k rebate and the 750 grad rebate)+tax+tags+dealer fees of around 180. Let me know if this is a good deal. TFS% at around 2%. Will be moving this loan to my credit union as they started offering 1.24% for 65 months or 1.74% for 72 months or 3%+ for 84 months if credit score is excellent. Will go with the 65 months.

  • Claremont Toyota (California) has a full newspaper advertising all 2014.5 Camry SE at 19,300 including $1500 rebate. I don't know what the catch is.

    @paul1975 said: Bought a 2014 Camry XLE recently with just the protection package(mats, all seasons, net etc.). $20900 sale price (includes destination and the 2k rebate and the 750 grad rebate)+tax+tags+dealer fees of around 180. Let me know if this is a good deal. TFS% at around 2%. Will be moving this loan to my credit union as they started offering 1.24% for 65 months or 1.74% for 72 months or 3%+ for 84 months if credit score is excellent. Will go with the 65 months.

  • 007bing007bing Posts: 7

    Best I could do on a Camry SE,with power seats and heated mirrors, was $21,200. That did not include taxes. I pitted 3 dealers against one another.

  • jvega08jvega08 Posts: 5
    edited March 28

    All,

    I like for you to continue to use this thread to post your experience and purchase. I am in the market to purchase a new Camry and this is the only thread I've found that provides useful information. The problem is it is not very active. Please continue to post your best deal in your area.

    @paul1975 said: Bought a 2014 Camry XLE recently with just the protection package(mats, all seasons, net etc.). $20900 sale price (includes destination and the 2k rebate and the 750 grad rebate)+tax+tags+dealer fees of around 180. Let me know if this is a good deal. TFS% at around 2%. Will be moving this loan to my credit union as they started offering 1.24% for 65 months or 1.74% for 72 months or 3%+ for 84 months if credit score is excellent. Will go with the 65 months.

    I'm not sure what area you made your purchase. According to NADA, an I4 XLE invoice is 24200 including destination charge. Your purchase price of $ 20900 made it a sweet deal at $3300 below invoice!

    @trdprerunnerdc said: Claremont Toyota (California) has a full newspaper advertising all 2014.5 Camry SE at 19,300 including $1500 rebate. I don't know what the catch is.

    According to NADAguides, the MSRP price for a Camy I4 SE is $24550 including the destination charge. I did the math and took off $1500 and that comes out to $23050. I think either the sale price is a killer deal or this vehicle is a strip down or bare bones model.

    @007bing said: Best I could do on a Camry SE,with power seats and heated mirrors, was $21,200. That did not include taxes. I pitted 3 dealers against one another.

    According to NADA, the invoice price of I4 SE Camry is $22413 including destination charge. Your best offer will bring it to $1213 below invoice. I think you can go lower if you shop around at other dealers.

    I'm using Nada as a guide to see how much your best deal was compare to invoice price. It is not an exact price but it helps me see what others are buying in their areas.

  • nyccarguynyccarguy Stamford, CTPosts: 7,904

    @gina2bit

    See if you can save yourself $2500 and give them their "10 yr Platinum Coverage" warranty back. It is worthless. You bought a Toyota Camry! Good choice going for the V6 with those Pittsburgh hills. Beautiful city. I miss it.

    2001 Prelude Type SH, 2011 Pilot EX-L 4WD, 2015 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium

  • ankurgankurg Posts: 22

    What is the money factor, residual and incentives on 2014.5 Camry EXL for NJ? I am looking for 10k miles with 36 months. Thanks

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 30,571

    @ankurg said: What is the money factor, residual and incentives on 2014.5 Camry EXL for NJ? I am looking for 10k miles with 36 months. Thanks

    The residual is 59% for 36mo, 12K/yr. (not showing a 10K/yr option). Sorry, but I don't have the money factor and residual information for your area. Most areas have very low money factors (.00001) and $750-$1000 lease cash. I wouldn't think NJ would be any different.

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  • ankurgankurg Posts: 22

    what is a good starting point to negotiate on 2014.5 Camry XLE. MSRP is around 29,800 and Invoice is 26,000?

  • paul1975paul1975 Posts: 7

    @ankurg said: what is a good starting point to negotiate on 2014.5 Camry XLE. MSRP is around 29,800 and Invoice is 26,000?

    Don't buy it now if you can hold off. The 2015 camry coming out in Aug/Sep is a redesigned model and at that time you can chose between the redesigned model or a discounted 14.5 model. If you have to buy it now, you should target at least 14% discount. MD dealers are very competitive compared to NJ or PA. Try big franchise dealers like Koons, Darcars etc.

  • ankurgankurg Posts: 22

    Spoke to a dealer in Maryland. they seem to be charging 0.00056 as Money Factor on 2014.5 Camry XLE with a residual of 54% only? This does not seem correct to me because when Toyota is offering 0% APR for 60 months on finance, then the Money Factor should be close to 0, isn't it? Also the residual value seems very low. BMW 3 series and Audi A4 have 58% residuals for same 3 years lease. Honda Accord is at 58% for EXL model.

    Are the MD dealers playing games too? it certainly seems like it Advices...

    Ankur

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 7,389

    @ankurg said: Spoke to a dealer in Maryland. they seem to be charging 0.00056 as Money Factor on 2014.5 Camry XLE with a residual of 54% only? This does not seem correct to me because when Toyota is offering 0% APR for 60 months on finance, then the Money Factor should be close to 0, isn't it? Also the residual value seems very low. BMW 3 series and Audi A4 have 58% residuals for same 3 years lease. Honda Accord is at 58% for EXL model.

    Are the MD dealers playing games too? it certainly seems like it Advices...

    Ankur

    Toyota handles their leases differently .. it's difficult for us to get solid numbers for them. Some manufacturers will inflate the residuals to make for better payments.

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