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Old 08 Mar 2006, 09:27 am   #1 (permalink)
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I went yesterday to the Toyota dealer at Anaheim,CA to test drive the Prius
(just for the heck of it) and to my surprise they already have 10 brand
spanking new Camry's 2007 ready for sale! I test drove a LE 4 cyl with 5
speed automatic transmission, it's a nice car, it has a smaller trunk than
my 2005 but it's a lot bigger than the Prius. Not a bad car for $19300 + tax
& lic (using the fleet pricing). I also saw the XLE with 3.5L V6 and 6 Speed
automatic transmission but at $28,000 is way to expensive.... They told me
that the LE v6 is going to take more days to get. Oh, the steel rims on the
LE are bigger than the 2003-2005 models. Good job Toyota!.


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Old 11 Mar 2006, 12:00 am   #2 (permalink)
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The sticker price dropped for the 07. With 750 rebate it should be
about $1000 cheaper than 06.

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Old 11 Mar 2006, 03:36 pm   #3 (permalink)
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I wonder what the xle would be if you called the fleet gal at Longo or
Carson? they can keep the navigation system, but the rest makes it a pretty
nice car for that price range.

"Enrique A" <atk@sbcglobal.net> wrote in message
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>I went yesterday to the Toyota dealer at Anaheim,CA to test drive the Prius
>(just for the heck of it) and to my surprise they already have 10 brand
>spanking new Camry's 2007 ready for sale! I test drove a LE 4 cyl with 5
>speed automatic transmission, it's a nice car, it has a smaller trunk than
>my 2005 but it's a lot bigger than the Prius. Not a bad car for $19300 +
>tax & lic (using the fleet pricing). I also saw the XLE with 3.5L V6 and 6
>Speed automatic transmission but at $28,000 is way to expensive.... They
>told me that the LE v6 is going to take more days to get. Oh, the steel
>rims on the LE are bigger than the 2003-2005 models. Good job Toyota!.
>
>



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Old 12 Mar 2006, 06:26 am   #4 (permalink)
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"Enrique A" <atk@sbcglobal.net> wrote in message
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> I went yesterday to the Toyota dealer at Anaheim,CA to test drive the

Prius
> (just for the heck of it) and to my surprise they already have 10 brand
> spanking new Camry's 2007 ready for sale! I test drove a LE 4 cyl with 5
> speed automatic transmission, it's a nice car, it has a smaller trunk than
> my 2005 but it's a lot bigger than the Prius. Not a bad car for $19300 +

tax
> & lic (using the fleet pricing). I also saw the XLE with 3.5L V6 and 6

Speed
> automatic transmission but at $28,000 is way to expensive.... They told me
> that the LE v6 is going to take more days to get. Oh, the steel rims on

the
> LE are bigger than the 2003-2005 models. Good job Toyota!.
>
>

Our local Toyota dealer has an ad starting 06 Camrys at 16,588. Cheaper
than a 06 Civic. But, I suspect the price is not the real price. According
to Edmunds, a typical Camry LE runs around $21,000


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Old 12 Mar 2006, 05:41 pm   #5 (permalink)
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I think it may be, its probably not the LE but the standard model, and
also they are trying to dump the 06's, my dealer just got a pile of
07's on his lot, it is a nicer looking car inside and out, although
there are always a few people that like the old style, I think this new
Camry looks good immediately when you first see it (it doesn't have to
grow on you as they say) so they are going to have to drop the 06
prices to move them.

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Old 12 Mar 2006, 05:55 pm   #6 (permalink)
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Yeah, many advertised are around the mid 16K. Looks like every dealer's
got them, and many of them everyday. So I agree that Toyota is trying
to dump the 06 Camrys.

This may be a good time to pick up an 06. The 06 is proven after the
years and it's a good deal. Because one guy posted that a Toyota rep
told him the new transmission lost 20% of the parts -- to reduce cost
and weight I guess. At this rate when you ask a Camry in several years
they'll hand you a bike

Give the 07 at least a year of workout and see what TSBs show up.

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