Seems like a really good discount, getting $3k off of MSRP (although not sure about the extra warranty). Down here in SoCal most dealers are trying to hold at MSRP (or higher on XSE model). I’d be interested to know how you got that discount (e.g. costco/usaa purchase program, etc.), which might help me in my purchase strategy?Year: 2019
Trim: Limited - Magnetic Gray
FWD or AWD: AWD
Options: Entune 3.0 premium with nav, carpet mats, mud guards, roof rack
Invoice Price (if known): $35,767
Sales Price (excluding tax, title, license): $35,286
OTD with DMV/fees/tax: $41,296 (includes $2,650 for 10 year/100k warranty).
City and State Where You Purchased: San Jose, CA
I was really on the fence about the warrantly, and I'm not sure if I got an ok deal on that. My previous 10 year old toyota had some mechanical issues, and the RAV4 has WAY more gadgets and things that could bug out. So I bit. Financing was higher than it has been lately where purchased, so I will refinance out of the 5.9%.
To get a better deal I drove a bit. Original offer from one dealer in my area was $2k over MSRP.