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2015 Camry LE Prices Paid

rvsunilkumarrvsunilkumar Posts: 2
edited May 2015 in Toyota
Bought new 2015 Toyota Camry LE (From Pat Lobb's Toyota of McKinney) for $19384 Plus TTL.
The Customer service experience was great at this dealership.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,860

    Bought new 2015 Toyota Camry LE (From Pat Lobb's Toyota of McKinney) for $19384 Plus TTL.
    The Customer service experience was great at this dealership.


    Congrats!

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • Thanks.
  • I bought 2015 Camry LE - Predawn Gray Mica, gray interior (Subaru assembled in Indiana during this month Feb) 4 miles on odometer w/dealer added Camry carpet floor mats ($299) and tinted windows, door edge guards, rear bumper film ($699) on Feb 27 = $24,843. (23,845 before dealer addons).

    Truecar was pointing me to $19.3K.

    We agreed on $19,412 plus tax(3%) + $649 dealer doc + 86.60 license & fees= $20.7K.

    Loan rate 3.09% but I may go to the CU to see if I can get 2.49%. I was pre-approved for a loan before going in so I think the dealer searched and searched for the best rate to get close. So have that financing ready to let the dealer work for the deal.
    ~$374/mo 100% financed - you won't get money as cheap as this again

    Hendrick Lifetime warranty on full powertrain
    25,000 miles of maintenance
    Lifetime car washes

    Big pressure on ~$900 maintenance contract to 120,000 miles.
  • snowallergysnowallergy Posts: 134
    That lifetime power train requires dealer service on scheduled maint. Not sure it's worth it. Have an 01 LE at almost 200k that I bought new. Never a driveline issue. The new Camry has me looking again, I'll say that much.
  • kingmeatkingmeat Posts: 10
    Purchased 2015 Camry LE here in North Carolina on 4/22/2015. MSRP was $23,830 with Southeast Toyota added options of Toyoguard Elite, Carpet Mats and Clear Paint Protect - Door Package +$1197 and dealer added window tint / pinstripe +$598.
    Total sticker $25625. Vehicle had 20 miles on Odometer when delivered. Pretty happy with this deal.

    Vehicle price: $18213
    Less trade: -$3500 (2002 Odessey)
    Dealer admin: $599
    State tax: $459
    Lic. & Title. $129
    Amount paid: $15900
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,860
    kingmeat said:

    Purchased 2015 Camry LE here in North Carolina on 4/22/2015. MSRP was $23,830 with Southeast Toyota added options of Toyoguard Elite, Carpet Mats and Clear Paint Protect - Door Package +$1197 and dealer added window tint / pinstripe +$598.
    Total sticker $25625. Vehicle had 20 miles on Odometer when delivered. Pretty happy with this deal.

    Vehicle price: $18213
    Less trade: -$3500 (2002 Odessey)
    Dealer admin: $599
    State tax: $459
    Lic. & Title. $129
    Amount paid: $15900

    Congrats on the new Camry!

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  • srd1srd1 Posts: 13
    Any recent buying experiences?

    What should be my target price for 2015 Camry LE? Based on several threads $18500 seemed to be a good one. But I've not got any quotes better than 19300 in DC metro area? Any ideas before current promotion ends in few hours? 
  • jrocko2jrocko2 Posts: 1
    @srd1 ;
    Not sure if this helps since I bought the SE model with MSRP $27,950 from Battlefield Toyota in Culpeper (Lee Gouldman is the sales manager and provided great customer service. Steve Fay Jr. the GM actually answered the phone the second time I called. It would be a drive but might be worth looking into. 

    Options:
    Moon/sun roof
    Entune premium with nav
    Convenience package

    I shopped using Out the Door Price quotes. 
    Agreed on $23,873.67 OTD with College Grad rebate $750, 60 month @ 0% and $500 rebate

    Price breakdown:
    $23,575.19
    -$1250 rebate (500 toyota, 750 college)
    $22,325.19
    +$589 dealer fee
    +$939.48 tax
    +$20 tag and title (most dealers estimated this around $65 to $70 but I negotiated OTD price and didn't care how it ended at that price)

    $23,873.67 OTD 
    0% for 60 months = $397.90/month

    No trade and no money down (bc 0%)

    Hopefully, I got a good deal (I think I did, but who knows).
  • srd1srd1 Posts: 13
    @jrocko2

    Congratulations on your new car and thanks for sharing your experience. I'm considering a Lexus or BMW at the moment. But will keep checking other opportunities as well, as I'm not in a hurry and did not decide final choice.
  • 2015 Camry LE: Purchased online - Through Philadelphia dealer - TrueCar offered MSRP: $24020, quote: $19676+133 = 19803 + @48.50 (temp tag+MSC) = $19857.50 OTD. Now I have 30 days to register in NY state i.e. additional NY TAX and Tag (@$1700.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,860
    bharatp said:

    2015 Camry LE: Purchased online - Through Philadelphia dealer - TrueCar offered MSRP: $24020, quote: $19676+133 = 19803 + @48.50 (temp tag+MSC) = $19857.50 OTD. Now I have 30 days to register in NY state i.e. additional NY TAX and Tag (@$1700.

    Congrats!

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

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