Reasonable Price For 2004 Camry LE

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Old 24 Sep 2004, 06:24 pm   #1 (permalink)
Mike
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Default Reasonable Price For 2004 Camry LE

I'd like to buy a new 2004 Camry LE automatic. Dealer cost is $17,786
according to the "ConsumerGuide" 2004 New Car Price Guide. With dealers
wanting to get rid of the old inventory for the '05's, I'm thinking a price
at or a little below cost, considering hidden or open rebates, may be
appropriate. Any thoughts on what may be a good bargaining point?

Thanks


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Old 24 Sep 2004, 06:42 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Not up on current prices but show up on
a rainy day near the end of the month
when no other customers are in the
dealership and see if you get a better
deal....
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Old 25 Sep 2004, 09:35 am   #3 (permalink)
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"Mike" <Mcom@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:G025d.54718$uN5.47388@tornado.tampabay.rr.com ...
> I'd like to buy a new 2004 Camry LE automatic. Dealer cost is $17,786
> according to the "ConsumerGuide" 2004 New Car Price Guide. With dealers
> wanting to get rid of the old inventory for the '05's, I'm thinking a

price
> at or a little below cost, considering hidden or open rebates, may be
> appropriate. Any thoughts on what may be a good bargaining point?
>
> Thanks
>

Hi Gang,
WOW Wish I could get that deal her in UK.
That model is near $36k here.

Johnny UK




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Old 26 Sep 2004, 04:26 pm   #4 (permalink)
saaketham
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I bought mine 2 months back for invoice price. Toyota had a $1500 rebate
and the dealership was kind of eager to sell some 04's. We went there
tduring the latter part of the month - 4th week, I think, 1 hour before
closing time on Friday. Even though the dealership closed at 9 PM, our
negotiations and the sale went on till 10:00 PM.

I'm not a good bargainer, so I got it only for invoice, but that was
before the 05's started hitting the dealerships. I think if dealers still
have the 04's in their lots, then you can definitely get it for less than
invoice, which is $17,786 or get additional features like leather or
upgraded audio for the same or discounted price.

But, if you're buying now, I strongly suggest you cough up some extra
dough for the 05 model - for $1000 or so more (with the current $500
rebate by Toyota), you get a 5-speed automatic, ABS and a different grill
+ 1 whole year up on the model, so when you sell later on, you can get
more money. Also, I think the dash is slightly changed and might be
better-looking on the 05. Just my 2 cents.

Anil

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Old 28 Sep 2004, 10:17 pm   #5 (permalink)
Han Nguyen
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Default Re: Reasonable Price For 2004 Camry LE - Here's a good deal for all Toyota's!!!

In article <G025d.54718$uN5.47388@tornado.tampabay.rr.com>,
"Mike" <Mcom@yahoo.com> wrote:

> I'd like to buy a new 2004 Camry LE automatic. Dealer cost is $17,786
> according to the "ConsumerGuide" 2004 New Car Price Guide. With dealers
> wanting to get rid of the old inventory for the '05's, I'm thinking a price
> at or a little below cost, considering hidden or open rebates, may be
> appropriate. Any thoughts on what may be a good bargaining point?
>
> Thanks


If you are dead serious about purchasing a new 2004 Toyota (including
Camry) at invoice or a 2005 Toyota (including Camry) at 3% above
invoice, email me and I will give you the email of a quick and efficient
no haggle salesman. The only stipulations are:

1. You must take a car that is presently the lot.
2. You must live outside of Missouri.
3. You must come to Mid-Missouri to collect the vehicle.
You can drive or arrive by Greyhound or Amtrack and get picked up by
them in your car!
4. Trade-ins aren't accepted. Its best for you to just sell it
outright.
5. Tell others if you are happy, cheers!

Han
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Old 28 Sep 2004, 10:37 pm   #6 (permalink)
Han Nguyen
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Default Re: Reasonable Price For 2004 Camry LE - Here's a good deal for all Toyota's!!!

In article <1096427833.IzSrWm1CQGHMWNJa8QmHZw@teranews>,
Han Nguyen <hnguyen78@yahoo.com> wrote:

> In article <G025d.54718$uN5.47388@tornado.tampabay.rr.com>,
> "Mike" <Mcom@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > I'd like to buy a new 2004 Camry LE automatic. Dealer cost is $17,786
> > according to the "ConsumerGuide" 2004 New Car Price Guide. With dealers
> > wanting to get rid of the old inventory for the '05's, I'm thinking a price
> > at or a little below cost, considering hidden or open rebates, may be
> > appropriate. Any thoughts on what may be a good bargaining point?
> >
> > Thanks

>
> If you are dead serious about purchasing a new 2004 Toyota (including
> Camry) at invoice or a 2005 Toyota (including Camry) at 3% above
> invoice, email me and I will give you the email of a quick and efficient
> no haggle salesman. The only stipulations are:
>
> 1. You must take a car that is presently the lot.
> 2. You must live outside of Missouri.
> 3. You must come to Mid-Missouri to collect the vehicle.
> You can drive or arrive by Greyhound or Amtrack and get picked up by
> them in your car!
> 4. Trade-ins aren't accepted. Its best for you to just sell it
> outright.
> 5. Tell others if you are happy, cheers!
>
> Han


Oh yes, and that pesky fee for paperwork is just $56. If you need
financing and have good credit, the dealership deals with many banks and
such. If you want your own bank to finance, is never a problem, they
work with you to get bank all information they need. If you quick, you
can be in an out in under an hour!
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Old 02 Oct 2004, 02:38 pm   #7 (permalink)
tech
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Default Re: Reasonable Price For 2004 Camry LE - Here's a good deal for all Toyota's!!!

Invoice with freight is $18,301.00, (17.786 + 515) for an 04 LE automatic.
As per Kellys Blue Bk & Edmunds.
I purchased an 04 LE with no extra options for 17,201.00 drive off price,
( no doc fees. etc.)
in June of 04 while Toyota had a 1000.00 cash back rebate, for a total of
$1,100.00
below dealers invoice w/freight. I used the Ebay dealer in GA.that was
selling them
online for 17.201.00 as leverage with my local dealer to match the ebay
price.
Dealer said he was losing money, but they all seem to still be eating well.
:-)
Love the car.


"Han Nguyen" <hnguyen78@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1096427833.IzSrWm1CQGHMWNJa8QmHZw@teranews...
> In article <G025d.54718$uN5.47388@tornado.tampabay.rr.com>,
> "Mike" <Mcom@yahoo.com> wrote:

like to buy a new 2004 Camry LE automatic. Dealer cost is $17,786
> > according to the "ConsumerGuide" 2004 New Car Price Guide. With dealers
> > wanting to get rid of the old inventory for the '05's, I'm thinking a

price
> > at or a little below cost, considering hidden or open rebates, may be
> > appropriate. Any thoughts on what may be a good bargaining point?
> >
> > Thanks

>
> If you are dead serious about purchasing a new 2004 Toyota (including
> Camry) at invoice or a 2005 Toyota (including Camry) at 3% above
> invoice, email me and I will give you the email of a quick and efficient
> no haggle salesman. The only stipulations are:
>
> 1. You must take a car that is presently the lot.
> 2. You must live outside of Missouri.
> 3. You must come to Mid-Missouri to collect the vehicle.
> You can drive or arrive by Greyhound or Amtrack and get picked up by
> them in your car!
> 4. Trade-ins aren't accepted. Its best for you to just sell it
> outright.
> 5. Tell others if you are happy, cheers!
>
> Han



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