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Whats the best deal for RAV4 LE in GTA

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  • Oct 23rd, 2020 2:19 am
[OP]
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Mar 31, 2020
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Whats the best deal for RAV4 LE in GTA

I got a quote from a dealer(GTA) for 2020 RAV4 LE AWD .. 35,500 OTR. Is this a better deal? Is there more room for negotiation? Also would they give a better rate for financing than what’s mentioned on Toyota website?

Aside, I am actually not quite decided on RAV4. Until I can make up my mind on a vehicle, I am considering long term rentals. Are there any long term(3-6 months) rentals thats within $500/mo? Or is there lease option on used cars (hopefully lesser monthly payments)?

Thanks in advance.
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Jr. Member
Aug 28, 2007
123 posts
39 upvotes
Toronto
what? 2020 Rav 4 LE AWD MSRP at $32,161. So anything above that, you're getting ripped off, hard.

If you want to do "rental" you can do a lease take over with fewer months left on the lease.

EG. you can get this nissan rogue for $538.23 a month and the lease ends in 9 months.
https://leasebusters.com/en/details.asp?ID=245587

Keep in mind, these cars will be around 4 years old since you want a short lease duration.
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Mar 22, 2009
271 posts
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Ottawa
My quote for the same trim was almost 1k less from a Kanata dealer, OTR cash price, all included except the license.
[OP]
Newbie
Mar 31, 2020
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Ok, I probably misunderstood what OTR includes.

35,500 including taxes and everything else.
Jr. Member
Aug 28, 2007
123 posts
39 upvotes
Toronto
are you leasing or financing?

Also if you're financing at 48 months, it's 719/m and that's only $34512 at MSRP

If you don't have any add ons they're ripping you off, hard.
Jr. Member
Jun 23, 2017
188 posts
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I don't know about the gas LE but I did get a quote of $595 taxes included for a Hybrid LE in the GTA for 72 months financing
Member
Sep 28, 2006
259 posts
200 upvotes
Toronto
lord have mercy, do not do 72 months financing. its a trap. considering how much people want to switch their cars and with the uncertain economy you don't want to be upside down.

for long term rentals, look on leasebusters. take over someone's lease, get an incentive, the only risk is you might have to pay for any damages upon return, so just inspect the car carefully before you go for it.

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