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2017 Rav4 XLE AWD OTD $28,3000(includes Taxes, Tag, ,,,,,,,,)


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I am looking to buy a new RAV4. I want a LE in front wheel drive. The dealer in my hometown has one set up like I want. The MSRP is $25,850. They have offered to sell it to me for $22,943. This price includes the $1,000 incentive offered by Toyota this month. That is 88.8% of MSRP. I am not going to trade anything in. I have not yet made an offer to them.


I have been studying this forum and found a website named CarGurus.com. They say that a good price for this vehicle is $22,117 (85.6% of MSRP) and that a great price for this vehicle is $21,112 (81.7% of MSRP). Are these prices possible? From what I have read, most think that 90% of MSRP is a good deal. Any help is appreciated.
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I live in a densely populated area in the NE, and got quotes from several dozen Toyota dealers within an hour drive. 11-12% off the MSRP was roughly the top 10%.

8-11% off was the next 50%.
0-8% off was the last 40%.

If you can get 20% off you might be Donald Trump.


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I live in a densely populated area in the NE, and got quotes from several dozen Toyota dealers within an hour drive. 11-12% off the MSRP was roughly the top 10%.

8-11% off was the next 50%.
0-8% off was the last 40%.

If you can get 20% off you might be Donald Trump.


I can get between 20% and 21% before it hits dealership price. But you have to have a family member that actually works for Toyota Motors, not just a salesperson. wink
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Just picked up a 2017 Rav4 XLE Hybrid with convenience package - price out the door was $30,600, which includes a 500 cash back with 0% financing. Hope its a decent deal - too late now anyhow.
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I am looking to buy a new RAV4. I want a LE in front wheel drive. The dealer in my hometown has one set up like I want. The MSRP is $25,850. They have offered to sell it to me for $22,943. This price includes the $1,000 incentive offered by Toyota this month. That is 88.8% of MSRP. I am not going to trade anything in. I have not yet made an offer to them.


I have been studying this forum and found a website named CarGurus.com. They say that a good price for this vehicle is $22,117 (85.6% of MSRP) and that a great price for this vehicle is $21,112 (81.7% of MSRP). Are these prices possible? From what I have read, most think that 90% of MSRP is a good deal. Any help is appreciated.

We bought our RAV4. Not the one described above because my wife wanted red. A dealer one hour away found a red one and we made a deal for it. We did not trade anything in. We bought a 2017 LE front wheel drive. MSRP was $26,074. Price paid was $23,342. That figures out to 10.5% off of MSRP. That 10.5% includes the $1000 discount that Toyota was offering. Since I bought it in another state, I will have to pay sales tax when I buy my tag. I hope this helps someone else contemplating buying their RAV4. We like the vehicle. I never like going to car dealerships.
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Has anyone not looked into the 2017 platinum RAV4? Msrp lists it at $38,800 but they're taking $4-5k off?
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2017 Hybrid SE with Advanced tech and most of the optional stuff
MSRP: $37,022
Purchase price: $33,000 + TTL
OTD: $36,500

Bought in Bay Area right before new year. I thought I did alright, but on this thread it seems like I could have done better!
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Thanks though. But we went with the 2017 Lexus NX AWD f sport.

Came to be 43k with tax and doc fee. Maybe could have done better but this isn't a Lexus forum to discuss.

Enjoyed the quick reads.
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I just bought a 2017 RAV 4 Platinum list price 38,500
ended up paying 31,700. And man is this a very nice vehicle, drives a lot better than my 2015 xle rav4.

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