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2013 and Earlier - Toyota Prius Prices Paid and Buying Experiences

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  • pmagganpmaggan Posts: 62
    Although I didn't buy my Prius from them (but did buy a Camry), I always check prices at fitzmall.com. They have all of their inventory (and prices) listed online. I've found that it is usually very difficult to beat their pricing.
  • I've gotten quotes from 10 dealerships and i've seem to hit the rock bottom price. They are offering me $24,450 for a PRIUS III with Navigation Package, Winter Gray. This is all before tax and license. Is this a good deal? With gas prices going higher the price doesn't seem to be a flexible.
  • gurplegurple Posts: 8
    Thursday I bought a new blue 11 Prius 2 with the Bumper laminate. The car also came with the floor mats, which I intend to replace. Paid 21175 after $500 factory rebate. Had my choice of dealers at that price however color choice was limited. I bought mine in Culver City, Ca. Price does not include tax (Ca. is 9 3/4%) License fees or registration and doc fees. Ca. limits doc fees to $59. Hope this helps someone. Remember even though gas prices are up, big discounts are still available. Good hunting!
  • Wow! What a awesome deal even at this time.. you can snag one for 21175?? Do you mind if you can send me a copy of the sale price??? I would love to show this to my dealer and get that price.. please please!!!
  • Hello Everyone,

    As you can see I need a prius!!

    Dealers offered me this.. over the phone but wants me to come in.

    Prius 4 2010

    MSRP - 27696 and 30166 (w/ Navigation)

    Now whats a good price to pay considering my tax is about 8% since I am in NY.

    Thanks for your help in advance! :)
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,602
    Prius is not being assembled at this time. I can't believe with gas prices up that anyone can score a deal. If you get a decent discount you better not wait. Inventories will not be replenished for who knows how long. The dealers will want top dollar.
  • Dealer advises Prius is completely built and assembled in Japan. I worry more about getting parts in the future for the Prius than getting a good price on either purchase or lease. I realize the probability that there are large centers worldwide which stock Prius parts but what happens 2 years from now when they run out?
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,602
    I'm sure the manufacturing issues will be resolved in less than 6 months. Parts aren't much of an issue with the Prius. Not much breaks. :P
  • mankumanku Posts: 64
    FWIW, I just paid $25050 for a III w/nav...it was Blizzard White with mats and rocker molding...

    I think I got a good deal, but what do I know :)
  • Hello,

    Can I get the name of the dealer? I am looking to buy one 2011 model with Navigation package.

    Thanks for your help,

    RB
  • ntanta Posts: 1
    I got quotes for 26440 in irvine, ca. Which area are you located?
  • Unfortunately I was not in the area to purchase the car at the time. After waiting two weeks i've been getting $26,200. Some are quoting me $27,000. I'm not in a rush to buy a Prius so i'm thinking of waiting for gas to go down. Prius are made in the US. I can't be sure if 100% are made in the US, but i have a feeling most Prius are made in the states.
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,602
    Better wait til the auto industry recovers in Japan. Could be a while to see inventories meet demand. Save 11k with a 2011 Ford Focus SEL loaded and get a Garmin GPS in the mean time.
  • Kirstie_HKirstie_H Posts: 11,076
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  • rcdomarcdoma Posts: 2
    Am considering a prius II base model and was quoted $23400. Is it a good price? Has anyone in the area got a better deal -thanks!
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,602
    msrp 23800 --- almost sticker but probably about all there is now.
  • rcdomarcdoma Posts: 2
    Thanks!
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,602
    Be warned that the dealer may have a bunch of aftermarket add-ons that won't be disclosed until you get there. Then of course is the time spent in the finance office fending off all the other options. It's a sellers market so check the real bottom line before you buy. You can save 7-8 grand buy buying a 2011 Ford Focus. The one I drove was fine. needed a hatchback though.
  • Yes, grab the deal.

    On the 5th of this month, all incentives go bye bye on this.

    Remember, everything in a finance office is negotiable. Everythig, except tax and state fees.

    Good luck ;)
  • msrp on the west coast on a II is 24,010.00. :P
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,602
    The higher msrp is probably offset by VERY reasonable state sales tax rates. :P
  • steversksteversk Posts: 9
    Just bought a 2011 Prius 3 last seekend. Bought it through the Costco program at Hollywood Toyota. Got $500 of the list of $25240. From what I hear, because of the potential shortage most dealers are doing full list or more. Talked to my salesman 1 week later and they have discontinued the Costco discounts. They normally have about 150 Prius in stock, but are down to less than 70.
  • terry1023terry1023 Posts: 1
    edited April 2011
    I just found this forum after I bought a Prius III with NAV today. The MSRP is 27240 and my price is 25585+TTL after the $500 rebate ends 4/4/2010. I also purchased the following but I haven't installed anything yet. Does the price looks OK? If not, can I cancel them and purchase from somewhere else?

    (1) Leather Seat upgrade $1460.
    (2) ResistAll EnviroGuard NG advanced protection $430.
    (3) Extended Warranty 8 yr/75000 mi for $1320.

    Does the price looks all right? If not, can I cancel it and purchase the extened warranty here?
  • Bought a 2010 Prius 3 last Saturday, blizzard pearl with carpeted floor mats and the JBL six speaker CD/Bluetooth option but no nav system. Paid 24,513. Hope I got a good deal. But there's no more in my area that I know of and the incentives for 2010 models terminated on April 4th. Purchased in Connecticut
  • klinklin Posts: 54
    I just yesterday exactly the same model color/option as you had. I am from North CA. I paid $25121. I missed the $500 rebate.

    So I guess you and I paid about the same about. I do have the extra protective film.

    I was told by dealer that there is none coming to them due to earthquake. But I am unsure if the dealer is ripping off people now due to the Japan earthquake.

    Did I pay too much? I am $1000 above "invoice".
  • sjawahranisjawahrani Posts: 4
    edited April 2011
    Hello,

    I am looking at Prius II in No calif. I was quoted $23,500. Is it a good deal? I was quoted $22750 about a month ago and but couldn't pull the trigger. Does Toyota have any financing option?

    Thanks
  • klinklin Posts: 54
    Yes, price has gone up. I just got Prius III around $25K with basic options. Try truecar.com for comparison.

    Which dealership is that? I bought from Toyota Sunnyvale which seems to be fair and reasonable.
  • Thank, It's Toyota Sunnyvale.
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