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2013 and Earlier - Toyota Camry Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • bigdadi118..

    Thanks of your information.

    I do not know the best price on TEXAS. Sorry!!!
  • alamocityalamocity Posts: 680
    That looks like they are selling the car for around $18,582 which is about what they are going for here in San Antonio. Keep in mind that because we live in the Gulf State region prices are about $750.00 higher than in other areas which account for the higher prices.
  • rik4rik4 Posts: 90
    look at the site they have the le for 18,104. for this weekend managers sale. clik the managers sale.
  • Everyone keeps talking about the ugly LE models. Where can I get an '09 Camry SE for $19,000?
  • I have a deal for toyota camry le 2009 for $19500 inc ttl. msrp for this car is $22704. Thanks all for help.
  • I'm not looking for an LE. I'm looking for an SE.
  • Can you please give me the dealer Info
  • I Just bought 2009 LE with (MSRP 22569) for 19013( On road, inc. Rebate, TTL)
  • I bought my 2009 camry LE today at 19500 drive out price in Dallas
  • Is a base 2009 Camry SE for 18300 (incl 1500 rebate) possible for 01810? This is before any taxes or other fees. Would this be a good deal?
  • CkmtCkmt Posts: 2
    I currently drive a "03 camry LE, no problems. I'm looking to trade for a "07 LE (21K miles). Dealer wants 15,900 in Buffalo, NY. I test drove it, loved it, came home and read alot of consumer review about transmission and paint problems. Any advice is greatly appreciated! Ckmt
  • mcdawggmcdawgg Posts: 1,679
    I have an '07 - no paint problems, never really read or heard about any, other than a few people complaining about stone chips, which I only have a couple in 2 years, no different than any other car. All depends how and where you drive/live.

    Transmission - the 4 cylinder engine's transmission (both man, and auto.) is great. The problems were fixed with a simple 25 minute reprogramming of the computer. Ask the dealer to do them (if they have not been done already.) I can provide more assistance if needed, but I wouldn't fear the '07 at all. Mine is great, especially after I had the reprogramming done.
  • ddeejjddeejj Posts: 3
    Just purchased 2009 XLE 4 cyl (no leather) in Houston for $22,360 including $1300 worth of Gulf State (dist) options included, ttl of approx $900 for an out the door price $23,260
  • where did you buy? Please share the dealer's information, thanks!
  • Ahmad in Dublin Toyota, I had best price from him during past 3weeks searching.
    I contacted almost all around of CA by e-mail and phone. I visited several bay area Dealership including Stevenson, Fremont, Sunnyvale, Capital and of cource Dublin. I contacted Dublin twice. Honestly, I contacted another dealer in Dublin and my Colleague contacted Ahmad. Ahmad gave us better deal than the other even though they are the same dealership. My colleague's choise is better than me.......... Anyway we bought CAMRY LE with lowest price during past 3weeks searcing whether it is couple of hudred buck below. Anyway, he is best dealer for Customer and for dealership with very gentle and frendly manner. This is only my personal opinion and I wish you all have the same.
    He told to me the price is too low to give again and wish to do not tell the number in the anybody. So I did not and do not ask. But try it by yourself. His information is in the Dublin Toyota's website. I do not have any relationship with him. I was just cutomer and wish to be customer again.
  • ddeejjddeejj Posts: 3
    My XLE was purchased thru Champion Toyota Gulf Freeway in Houston...
  • Bought a Toyota Camry LE V4 automatic for 18,049 including 1500 rebate. This is before tax and fees. (Did my own financing. They offered 17899 if I financed with them). This was at the Ira Toyota of Manchester, New Hampshire. Highly recommend working with Dan Levesque who's pleasant to talk with.
  • Can you give me the name of the dealership as I live in houston too and interested in buying one...
    Is it new or used?
  • ddeejjddeejj Posts: 3
    Champion Toyota Gulf Freeway, push them hard while the rebates are still active
  • Is 2009 LE automatic with VSC for 18,900 in NE?
  • Is 2009 LE automatic with VSC for 18,900 in NE reasonable?
  • Ddeejj, what was the msrp of your car? Who did you deal with?
  • joelyjoely Posts: 12
    Is this a good price?

    I am in Los Angeles area. Please advise. Thanks!
  • joelyjoely Posts: 12
    Hi Ralph,
    Have you found your deal yet? I am in Los Angeles area. Pls tell me which dealer you finally bought your car from and how much out-the-door. I am interested in 2009 Camry LE with the moonroof package.
  • How much did you pay? Can you email me back at

  • I understand that the Camry hybrid forum does not have a discussion about prices paid for that vehicle, so I'd like to know if anyone recently purchased a hybrid. I'm 2 months away from a purchase and I live in Colorado, but info on prices paid in any area of the country would be appreciated. Thanks. Ralph
  • I looked at a basic Camry, manual trans, air, radio/ CD. After discounts the dealer said the price is $17,389. plus dealer prep, tax, etc. Any help on if this is a fair price would be greatly appreciated.
  • rik4rik4 Posts: 90
    dealer prep is included in the price. you should not pay a penny for that.
  • HI Ralph,
    I bought a 2009 fully loaded Hybrid ( got everything except lojack and remote start and the car matts - didn't want to spend 299 for them when I got them for 65 on ebay- OEM matts) end of November on Long Island , NY at competition toyota. I did buy the extended warrenty final cost 31,600
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