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Couldn't find a 2017 thread so here goes:

2017 RAV4 XLE
Front wheel drive with optional equipment:
+Power Liftgate $415 (was standard on the 2016, now optional, likely to make up the cost of the additional Toyota Safety Sense features now standard)
+Tonneau Cover $90
+Four Season Floor Mat Package $373
+Mudguard $129
+Rear Bumper Applique $69
+Vehicle Base Model $26,830
+Delivery Processing and Handling $940
=Total MSRP $28,846

Purchase price $26,250 + TTL (tax, title, license)

Out the door (OTD) price $28,813
 

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Thanks for starting this great thread!

Would you mind sharing is this FWD or AWD :smile

Couldn't find a 2017 thread so here goes:

2017 RAV4 XLE with optional equipment:
+Power Liftgate $415 (was standard on the 2016, now optional, likely to make up the cost of the additional Toyota Safety Sense features now standard)
+Tonneau Cover $90
+Four Season Floor Mat Package $373
+Mudguard $129
+Rear Bumper Applique $69
+Vehicle Base Model $26,830
+Delivery Processing and Handling $940
=Total MSRP $28,846

Purchase price $26,250 + TTL (tax, title, license)

Out the door (OTD) price $28,813
 

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Shopping in the Seattle area this weekend. From the 2016 RAV prices paid thread, seems like we're not getting good deals vs other parts of the country (>8% below MSRP). Finalized a deal today for a 2017 RAV4 XLE Hybrid AWD w/convenience package, tonneau cover, mudguards, all weather floor mats and cargo tray, roof rack crossbars for $30,099.20 + TTL. MSRP was $32,658.
 

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Got my 2017 XLE for $27, 950 OTD (with Tax and license included). So Cal.
Options included:
Tonneau Cover
Power lift gate
Carpet floor and cargo mats.

No other dealer was close to beating it or willing to match and all said, its a great deal if I could get it. Most were super thirsty and were telling me it was a bait and switch or only one vehicle at that price and it would be gone by the time I got there. They had 3 I could pick from and 4 miles on the car. They all followed up asking if I was still interested in their deal, I told them I got it. LOL
 

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Shopping in the Seattle area this weekend. From the 2016 RAV prices paid thread, seems like we're not getting good deals vs other parts of the country (>8% below MSRP). Finalized a deal today for a 2017 RAV4 XLE Hybrid AWD w/convenience package, tonneau cover, mudguards, all weather floor mats and cargo tray, roof rack crossbars for $30,099.20 + TTL. MSRP was $32,658.
That isn't a bad deal. Better than when I was shopping in PNW for one. But, at the time the R4H were just hitting dealer lots. I ended up getting mine from out of state.
 

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Purchased two last night (well by two I mean my friend and I both came in at the same time)

2017 LE FWD base (no add-ons or accessories): $26,000 OTD
2017 Hybrid Limited (with all add ons): $37,000 OTD

Both purchased in CA Bay Area.
 

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SoCal, purchased last night.


2017 XLE FWD (some accessories - tonnaeu cover/mud guards/ forgetting what else)
Black exterior/Black interior.
$26k + TTL
 

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Hi guys, i got a quote for a 2017 r4h limited with adv tech. 36k out the door(33k plus ttl, etc)in dc metro, including toyota 1k cash offer. Decent price or i can do better? Thanks
 

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2017 RAV4 XLE AWD
+ Tonneau Cover $90
+ All Weather Floor Liners and Cargo Tray $249
+ Delivery and Processing $940

MSRP $29,509

After TTL, negative equity on trade-in, and negotiation - OTD $31,000
 

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Just bought a 2016 LE AWD. Price = $24768 - $1500 rebate + $250 doc fee + TTL = $25288. I'm not sure if the rebate is available for 2017 models or just 2016 models since it is the end of the year. Included is a life time power train warranty - parts and labor - unlimited miles and years. This car might last me until I am too old drive (I'm 49 and think it should last a good 20 years). Our 2008 Rav4 has 175k with zero rust, despite going through Cleveland winters. I'm expecting similar good results with the new one.
 

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2017 RAV4 XLE FWD purchased 11/28/2017.

Convenience package, includes lousy Toyota voice recognition NAV (does anyone get this to recognize ANYTHING, even after "training"), upgraded stereo system and a boatload of safety features such as blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning and front and back collision sensors (which is great).

Also roof rack rails (which I didn't need). Dealer added on deep tinted windows (needed in Arizona) and door and handle guard protectors (clear).

Car listed for $31,450. $1500 cash back from Toyotathon. Salesman says they "threw in" the aftermarket tinting and door edges for "free". Price before trade in, taxes, license and others...$26,722.
 

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2017 Rave4 base manual purchased Dic. 5th

Here in Panama our lowest model seems to be even lower than the LE, it's really basic... 4x2
sticker price was $25,250, discounted "book price" was $23,950, got mine for $23,350 including:

Set of nice floor mats and a second set of all weather floor mats
Fog lights (getting installed in 2 weeks)
Darker tinted windows
$200 check towards insurance
Maintenance for the first 20,000 kilometers (5 total)
Alarm
Premium hubcaps getting replaced for real rims (tomorrow)

in all, it wasn't a bad deal, with all I'm getting and the little price :)
 

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Just bought a 2016 LE AWD. Price = $24768 - $1500 rebate + $250 doc fee + TTL = $25288. I'm not sure if the rebate is available for 2017 models or just 2016 models since it is the end of the year. Included is a life time power train warranty - parts and labor - unlimited miles and years. This car might last me until I am too old drive (I'm 49 and think it should last a good 20 years). Our 2008 Rav4 has 175k with zero rust, despite going through Cleveland winters. I'm expecting similar good results with the new one.
No salt used on the streets?
 

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Purchased at the end of November.

2017 RAV4 LE - Front Wheel Drive
Vehicle Base Price: $20,770
Carpeted Floor Mats (front/rear/cargo): $110
Dealer Doc Fee: $700
Total (pre-TTL): $21,580
 

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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.
 
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