I want to purchase the 2007 Camry. I see that the base MSRP is 20,975 and with the additional features that I want, the price comes to 23,738. What is the most that I can talk the dealer down to as far as price is concerned?
Hard to say exactly how much. Popularity of a certain vehicle model in your specific area will play an important part in this answer. I would start with $1500 under what their price is and go from there. You can always ask for free oil changes to help seal the deal!
Joy Sherman, President, Ms. Motorcars, www.msmotorcars.com
〉 Answered on Apr 6th, 2007 by Joy Sherman, Owner at Ms. Motorcars
It really depends on the popularity of the vehicle. If that model with those options is moving well, there may not be as much bargaining room. If they have tons in stock and they have had them for a period of time, your odds are better.This link will help you understand how much room the dealer has to work with, but remember if it is a popular unit, they may not be as eager to deal.http://www.motortrend.com/cars/2007/toyota/camry/pricing/index.html Thank you for visiting AskPatty.com
〉 Answered on Apr 6th, 2007 by Marnie Kramer, Owner and Creator at EverythingCarz.com