Now throw in a 3rd row and you'll see how hard it was to find mine.FStephenMasek said:Even though most of the RAV-4s probably pass through the ports in California, it still seems that Limited V6 models are scarce. The four wheel drive Limited V6s are so scarce here that even the giant Longo dealership has only listed one every time I have checked their web site.
No harm trying. One thing to check out is shipping cost.... That differs from place to place.lmp199 said:At the beginning of May I placed my order for a RAV. For a base 4wd I4 with curtain side air bags I was offered $22149. about $200 over invoice. The internet price listed on the link on the first post in this topic lists the same vehicle for 21600. I put a deposit on my order. What are the chances that my dealer will match the price. I live in CT and the dealer on the link is in VA. Do you think they will match an out of state dealer's price?
:? Well maybe I should of been more specfic. I4s or V6's, at least in this area, is the first time I have seen on the Internet, marked down prices for the RAVs 4. Other models there were markdowns, but not the RAVs. and about 20 % and looked at a few Toyota dealers in the area and their inventory of RAVs they carry about 20 to 25% of V6's, however a good bit of them are the base mode. However I still see the discounts a good sign.....JIMD4 said:Well only about 2.5% of RAV4s are Limited models. Same for Sport. V6s are also only about 15% so unless your looking for a Base I4, the selection is small. But I assume Toyota market reserch has determined that most will want Base I4. Hey before you kmow it we will be talkng about 2007 models here!
Glad you found what you was looking for. Flew into IAD??? Went to Lustines, I think you passed my house going there..... :cheers:friendly_jacek said:Rcycholl I owe you profuse thanks for listing this link for lustine toyota.
This may sound like a plug-in, but I'm really heapy about my new RAV4 and the buying experience.