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Toyota Highlander hybrid 2020 LE

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Toyota Highlander hybrid 2020 LE

Toyota Highlander hybrid 2020 le, with some accessories maybe, msrp $47266, dealer ask $43266 cash purchase, is it a good price? Thanks.
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kevintrue wrote: Toyota Highlander hybrid 2020 le, with some accessories maybe, msrp $47266, dealer ask $43266 cash purchase, is it a good price? Thanks.
$4K off MSRP for a highly sought after vehicle?...I think so.
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vkizzle wrote: $4K off MSRP for a highly sought after vehicle?...I think so.
The dealer has a bunch of them for sale, slow market? Or 1 year depreciation?
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Yeah.. but typical Toyota dealer normally wants top dollar for their 1 yr old vehicle anyway Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes. They know it will sell even 6 months down the road later.
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Sounds good to me.
if it is a brand new car.
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kevintrue wrote: Toyota Highlander hybrid 2020 le, with some accessories maybe, msrp $47266, dealer ask $43266 cash purchase, is it a good price? Thanks.
Consider if you're really getting that much of a discount, because it's not a MSRP of $47266 for LE unless you are including some extras/upgrades. LE starts at $45490...

https://www.toyota.ca/toyota/en/vehicle ... r/overview
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That deal sounds too good to be true. Confirm with them that it is really new.

The lower end of the trims has low profit margin. Even $4k off for a hybrid XLE (the trim with bigger volume) is good, and for an LE trim, that's way too good. If that car really is new and you are interested, I would take it if it was my choice.
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It’s new vehicle. Hybrid LE is new in 2020, only XLE before.
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kevintrue wrote: Toyota Highlander hybrid 2020 le, with some accessories maybe, msrp $47266, dealer ask $43266 cash purchase, is it a good price? Thanks.
Can you please share more details and tell which Toyota dealership you bought it from?
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ninjasmilez11 wrote: Can you please share more details and tell which Toyota dealership you bought it from?
Just do some research, no purchase yet. You can search autotrader for this.
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vkizzle wrote: $4K off MSRP for a highly sought after vehicle?...I think so.
It does sound like a great price. What accessories does the price include? then, does the price also include Freight & PDI already?
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ninjasmilez11 wrote:
Can you please share more details and tell which Toyota dealership you bought it from?
kevintrue wrote: Just do some research, no purchase yet. You can search autotrader for this.
Oh come on. What's your motivation at being so obtuse about it @kevintrue. Play nice and share for everyone's benefit!
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sandav wrote: Oh come on. What's your motivation at being so obtuse about it @kevintrue. Play nice and share for everyone's benefit!
Because I think it’s probably a bait, therefore reluctant to share. If you search it on autotrader, it’s so easy to locate, a bunch of them.
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kevintrue wrote: Because I think it’s probably a bait, therefore reluctant to share. If you search it on autotrader, it’s so easy to locate, a bunch of them.
Then, I would say there's no credence to the deal. If it's too good to be true... Especially with a vehicle such as this.
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sandav wrote: Then, I would say there's no credence to the deal. If it's too good to be true... Especially with a vehicle such as this.
I kind of agree, so I just ignore it. However, there is another dealership having a sale of non hybrid version, $2900 off, called manager’s sale, this week only. Again, easy search on autotrader.
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You have a garage to park this in? Otherwise enjoy the short ownership!
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EP32k2 wrote: You have a garage to park this in? Otherwise enjoy the short ownership!
How so? Cannot stand in Canadian winter?
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What's the out the door price? They can give you a great discount, but if they tack on other charges for Admin, VIN etching, etc. that will take away from the discount. I would have a look at my Car Buying thread and try to get the best deal you can. Remember, that the 2020 is clearing out for the 2021 and there will be incentives coming soon.
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