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2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid Prices Paid

confusedman1confusedman1 Posts: 26
edited May 2015 in Toyota
Hi Guys

I am buying camry LE Hybrid base model with no option.
I got a OTD quote for 25218 including all fees and Massachusettes Sales Tax.

what would be a good OTD price if not?

is this a good price?
please let me know asap as i am trying to decide whether to go down the dealer or not.

thanks

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  • gap4jasongap4jason Posts: 54
    edited February 2015
    Hi all, can you tell me if this is a good price on a 2015 Camry Hybrid LE?

    MSRP: $27,840.00
    Your Price: $24,480.00 after 500.00 rebate

    I'm in Southern California.

    No added options.

    Thanks!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 123,000

    Hi Guys

    I am buying camry LE Hybrid base model with no option.
    I got a OTD quote for 25218 including all fees and Massachusettes Sales Tax.

    what would be a good OTD price if not?

    is this a good price?
    please let me know asap as i am trying to decide whether to go down the dealer or not.

    thanks

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  • Hi there, I just bought a TCH LE here in Texas. With almost no options loaded except for tinted window and a couple of others. The price before rebate was 24796. Nowadays there's $1000 standard rebate everyone can claim from Toyota, also I have new college degree which qualifies me for another $750 off. If I owned a Toyota before there should be $500 loyalty bonus, but unfortunately it's not the case for me.

    What's your pre-tax price offered by dealer in MA?
  • Also I guess dealer's willingness to earn the business is very important. In my case my dealer eventually paid very high end in the trade-in price for my old car (according to KBB), so I think you need to evaluate the whole thing to make your own decision.
  • I am seriously considering purchasing the Loaded with options XLE. After 3 years of listening to road noise in my 2012 Prius, the 6-7 MPG loss will be well worth the price ($24750.00 Before trade deduction) It clearly appears that I have negotiated a good deal.
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