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post #51 of 62 (permalink) Old 02-15-2017, 11:38 PM
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2017 TOYOTA RAV4 SE

MSRP= $32958
Items included: All Weather Floor Liners & Cargo Tray, Roof Rack Cross Bars, Rear Bumper Applique, Toneau Cover.
*p.s. Tonneau cover wasn't included in the MSRP sticker*
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Dealer Price = $28815

Taxes = $1728.9

Tire Recycling, Title Tax, Registration, Temporary Registration = $351

Total Price including taxes = $30894.90 (Let me know what you think of this out the door price?)
(I gave the manager a Woodford Reserve 750ml and the sales person $20 tip)

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Toyota Rebate = -$1500

Military Rebate = $1000
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Price after all rebates = ​$28394 with $2.90% APR for 72 Months (Financial Charge $2300.96, so it kinda evened out with toyota and military rebate combined. I had 1.99% offer but couldn't take it because you have to borrow from Toyota to get those rebates.)

I put $3394 down on credit card. So only ended up borrowing $25000.

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I asked them how much it will cost to install a remote starter. They offered $642 (equipment and installation), which is an employee price. But it will take them a day to install. I can't afford not to have a vehicle so i might do that later or not at all. But it is very helpful to have that remote starter.
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Hello all Im new to this group from Chicago, Illinois and looking for a 2017 RAV4 HYBRID - soon like today or tomorrow to buy - been looking for awhile.

Sales person told me i saw an XLE for $26,000 seem like a good deal except he said only get that price if i don't qualify for 0 percent and will have to paid the big price of $29,000 if i quailfy for 0 percent is that about right?

And to be clear is the $26,000 before the incentives or already included in it?

This is what i found low price - have you seen these lowered? and where i may go there -

2017 camry hybrid LE -
Toyota Western - $23k
22,014
Quincy, IL - $19,306

2017 RAV4 LE- $21,191
2017 RAV4 LE AWD - $24,525
2017 RAV4 XLE AWD - $24K
2017 RAV4 XLE HYBRID AWD -
Toyota Western - $26k

Also looking at an LE Basic could i add the options later like change the radio to NAV, and add cameras like the sensor in front and side mirrors for bird eyes i dont think i need that at all just like to know.

He said i can come back and add options but i think he meant accessories only.

Final price is alway negotiable i guess but i dont know how to negotiate so what words or so i need to say -

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2017 RAV4 Hybrid XLE w/carpet floor mats, tonneau cover, and rear bumper appliqué purchased 12/4.

MSRP: $30,378 (includes $940 destination charge)
Price paid: $29,375 + taxes, title, and fees = $31,200 (could have had another $1,000 cash back from Toyota but chose 0% financing instead)

I probably could have gotten the price lower, but I was trading in a 2016 RAV4 LE with about 8,500 miles on it, and I got them to give me $20,500 on the trade despite having paid just $22,700 for it in January this last year. Took a couple days of haggling and some competing offers from Carmax and Shift to get them to go that high. They made up some of the difference by refusing to budge any further on the price.

Hi so in your process to understand if you selected option 0% you can't negotiate or still? As for the cash back that is if you take an interest more than 0% but the cash back just goes to the car/bill is that correct? This will be my new car so 0% is the way to go but depends on the OTD pricing is the right?!?

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Hybrid or Non / FWD or AWD

Hello all i have been reading alot of your post and seems even in the 2016 and 2017 a high percentage people are going with Non-Hybrid and all FWD LE or XLE, is this much better choice should i not get a Hybrid i see it is 32mpg than 22 with non.

Also i think it is about the price everyone is going for i would agree as well not sure if FWD better than AWD or uses more gas?

i have a long list of models and pricing but i will not get any extended warranties from what i hear toyota is great, but with new tech new car never know. Any advisement looking to buy very soon -

What im looking at

2017 Camry Hybrid FWD LE -
Stock - 17318
Toyota Scion on Western - Chicago, IL - $22,014
Stock - 16766
Toyota Scion i-95 - Elgin, IL - $20,762
Shottenkirk Toyota - Quincy, IL - $20,614
Shottenkirk Toyota - Quincy, IL - $20,154
Shottenkirk Toyota - Quincy, IL - $19,306

2017 Camry Hybrid XLE -
Stock - 17028
Toyota Scion on Western - Chicago, IL - $28,338

2017 RAV4 FWD LE -
Stock - 17549
Toyota Scion on Western - Chicago, IL - $23,191
Toyota - Elmhurst, IL - $21,580

2017 RAV4 AWD LE -
Stock - 17575
Toyota Scion on Western - Chicago, IL - $24,525
Grossinger Toyota - Skokie, IL - $23,350

2017 RAV4 XLE AWD - $24K

2017 RAV4 XLE FWD -
Stock - 17546
Toyota Scion on Western - Chicago, IL - $26,745

2017 RAV4 XLE HYBRID AWD -
Stock - 17636
Toyota Scion on Western - Chicago, IL - $26,557
Stock - 17470
Toyota Scion on Western - Chicago, IL - $26,976

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You should be able to negotiate down further even if you take 0% finance. you choose either cash back or 0% from toyota.

My OTD price was about $1k cheaper than MSRP itself with 0% interests and nothing down.

Here's the break down:

2017 Rav4 Hybrid Limited Blizzard Pearl with advance tech package, cover, and all weather liner.

MSRP: $37139
Sales price $33420
Doc fee $299
MD Tax: $1976
Tag: $305
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OTD: 36000.



There is Rav4 LE Plus Hybrid that's cheaper than XLE Hybrid. It's not in your list. Might want to check it out. Since you are in Chicago area, I would think AWD be benefit for you in the winter, hybrid or non-hybrid.

Personally I prefer hybrid. Gas price wont stay this low...

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Hi so in your process to understand if you selected option 0% you can't negotiate or still? As for the cash back that is if you take an interest more than 0% but the cash back just goes to the car/bill is that correct? This will be my new car so 0% is the way to go but depends on the OTD pricing is the right?!?

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Looks like toyota offer 0% for 72 months for rav4 hybrid
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...There is Rav4 LE Plus Hybrid that's cheaper than XLE Hybrid. It's not in your list. Might want to check it out. ...
Is the LE Plus Hybrid available in the USA market? I went to the official Toyota USA website and don't see it as an option to 'build' and price out. I did Google find a couple of Dealerships offering this but their webistes are lame cookie-cutter type and pictures show an XLE. Any links would be appreciated.

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Hmm, maybe the LE Plus Hybrid is a regional offering for now. Will have to look into this and compare with the XLE Hybrid. I don't care for most of the fluff stuff so this might work out for me if it is priced a couple thousand less...

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2017 RAV4 Hybrid Limited
w/ Tonneau Cover, All Weather Floor Liners and Cargo Tray

MSRP $36,873
Paid: $33,395

Was able to bargain them down to $380 for the remote starter (MSRP $500)

Also got the Toyota 0.9% financing. At a dealership in Chicago.
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