Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!





Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!

Did you get a great deal? Let us know in the Values & Prices Paid section!
Meet your fellow owners in our Owners Clubs

Car Buying Advice---2017 Corolla Is this a good deal? Need help fast!

socrates_is_mesocrates_is_me Posts: 5
edited September 2017 in Toyota
Hello Beer-lover!

I'm in quite a bind... I normally research on Edmunds forums before buying and I also post my buys in prices paid.

However, this Corolla thread is dry. I need to buy a 2017 Corolla tomorrow . Toyota has some great incentives for this Labor-Day weekend. $2500 off, I have my own financing.

Here is the deal:
Model: 2017 Corolla LE ( Standard wheels, not the alloy)
Price: $17,956.00
Tax: $1256.92 (7% Indiana)
Doc Fee: 498.95
Discount : $2000.00 ( he said he took 500 from the price to match Toyota)
---------------------------
$17,711.87 OTD
--------------------------

Thank you! Thank you!

-Rik

Comments

  • Got the car... ripped off. But I don't care anymore... an awful Labor day wasted, missed out on BBQ's

    Model: 2017 Corolla LE (with moon-roof and alloy wheels)
    Price: 17,500.00 ( includes the 2500 discount)
    Tax: 7%
    Doc fee: $598
    $19,232 -- OTD.

    I got 1.99% financing.
  • your state?
  • The actual price was $18,098 not $17,500. That $598 doc fee is simply the price separated into two parts.

    The True Car price for 2017 Corolla with an MSRP of around $20,000 is about $15,500, including a $1,750 incentive valid until at least September 5. The KBB price is about $17,700 plus the $1,750 incentive nets to about $16,000.

    The TC price should be reduced by $300, which is the amount dealers pay TC for any lead which results in a sale.
Sign In or Register to comment.