2013 Camry Best Price

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Old 02 Sep 2013, 10:33 pm   #1 (permalink)
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I have never purchased a new car. Looking for a 2013 year Camry now. We
just want a basic model, but with moonroof (only feature SO cares
about).

What should we consider a good final price?

Best price quote I am getting in Chicago area is 23K out-the-door.

Dealers are saying that Labor Day incentives like 750 off and 0%
financing will disappear after tomorrow. Is that a big deal, or do they
keep coming back?
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Old 03 Sep 2013, 07:11 pm   #2 (permalink)
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"Newbie" <newbie@no.spam> wrote in message
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>I have never purchased a new car. Looking for a 2013 year Camry now. We
> just want a basic model, but with moonroof (only feature SO cares
> about).
>
> What should we consider a good final price?
>
> Best price quote I am getting in Chicago area is 23K out-the-door.
>
> Dealers are saying that Labor Day incentives like 750 off and 0%
> financing will disappear after tomorrow. Is that a big deal, or do they
> keep coming back?



I used Consumer Reports car price buying report for a couple of new cars I
was interested in about 10 years ago and found it helpful. It may be worth
the $14 price tag to give you some very basic numbers that the dealer plays
with when they quote you a price.

http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/c...ginMethod=auto


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Old 15 Sep 2013, 01:39 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: 2013 Camry Best Price

On 9/2/2013 7:33 PM, Newbie wrote:
> I have never purchased a new car. Looking for a 2013 year Camry now. We
> just want a basic model, but with moonroof (only feature SO cares
> about).
>
> What should we consider a good final price?
>
> Best price quote I am getting in Chicago area is 23K out-the-door.
>
> Dealers are saying that Labor Day incentives like 750 off and 0%
> financing will disappear after tomorrow. Is that a big deal, or do they
> keep coming back?


The price in the Bay Area for the 2013 LE around Labor Day was right
around $19K without sales tax (after all the various incentives). Tax is
9.25% so out the door was about $20,800. $23K is high, but incentives
vary by region.
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