[BC] Using Unhaggle/CCC premium services with Toyota for a better deal?
Looking to purchase a 2021 Sienna XSE soon(ish) in the GVRD. I used Unhaggle and their report is indicating that the Dealer cost is $44,315, Avg price is $47,753 and MSRP is $47,690. My understanding is, Toyota has a no negotiation policy, that was implemented in the early 2000's. My dad leased a 2018 Rav 4 a couple years back, and wasn't able to get a deal either, just freebies thrown in. A friend recently bought a 2021 Rav 4 and was only able to negotiate her trade-in, and some freebies. So armed with that knowledge, i'm not sure I can do anything with it since Toyota may not be willing to play ball. I don't have any trade-in's, as I sold my previous car privately.
So here's my question to those who have used Unhaggle's premium $99 service (or equivalent for Car Cost Canada) with Toyota in BC. This is what their premium service offers,
Was this service successful in getting you any actual discount on the price that would justify paying for the premium service?Second, we offer a Premium service for $99. After you submit your desired vehicle configuration, we send that request out to up to ten dealers in your local area. These dealers then submit their best offer for the vehicle in final, drive-away prices.
Also, were you able to negotiate a better finance deal? their finance rates are pretty atrocious (3.79% 72mo) given how low interest rates are atm.