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Old 10-16-2012, 09:40 AM   #21
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.....edit... You should be able to get the tow package on the v6 access cab with convienence. It includes the hitch, wiring, trans cooler and upgraded alternator. def worth the $399. If you buy a hitch alone, it is roughly $300 without any of the other upgrades.
Nope. Can only get "drop hitch receiver" for $399

No tow package available for convenience pkg. Maybe it's a Southeast Toyota thing? (the V6 Tow Pkg is $650)

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V6 Tow Package: cannot be selected until at least one of the following is selected: TRD Sport Extra Value Package, SR5 Extra Value Package.
V6 Tow Package:
Includes: Class-IV Towing Receiver Hitch, Transmission & Supplemental Oil Coolers, 130A Alternator, Heavy Duty Battery, 7-Pin Connector w/Converter, Trailer Sway Control.
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Old 10-16-2012, 10:33 AM   #23
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Wait...,so they gave you a 6,000 discount off msrp?
It was more around 5,500. I should have said 21,100.00 in my earlier post, since they paid off my trade and gave me 500.00 in positive equity for it. I also received a 500.00 military appreciation discount. You should always be able to get 5,000 knocked off a vehicle being sold at a dealership. Oh and make sure you look over the contract closely, they conveniently forgot to give me one of the discounts; I was so pissed they gave me a extra 500.00 off. when it was all said and done I payed 20,600.00. I called a few other Toyota dealerships to see if they could do any better, they said that was a extremely competitive price and they might be able to do 100.00-200.00 better but said they weren't sure. And as i stated earlier if you wait till the end of the month your get the best deal; they have numbers to meet so your have better luck negotiating. I still spent hours negotiating but in the end it was worth it. I couldn't find a used one for the price I paid.
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Old 10-16-2012, 07:28 PM   #24
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It was more around 5,500. I should have said 21,100.00 in my earlier post, since they paid off my trade and gave me 500.00 in positive equity for it. I also received a 500.00 military appreciation discount. You should always be able to get 5,000 knocked off a vehicle being sold at a dealership. Oh and make sure you look over the contract closely, they conveniently forgot to give me one of the discounts; I was so pissed they gave me a extra 500.00 off. when it was all said and done I payed 20,600.00. I called a few other Toyota dealerships to see if they could do any better, they said that was a extremely competitive price and they might be able to do 100.00-200.00 better but said they weren't sure. And as i stated earlier if you wait till the end of the month your get the best deal; they have numbers to meet so your have better luck negotiating. I still spent hours negotiating but in the end it was worth it. I couldn't find a used one for the price I paid.
Take the trade out of the equation. What was the sale price of the vehicle you purchased before any trade, taxes and fees?

I highly doubt your sales agreement shows a $26000 vehicle being sold at $20,600. That means that they either lost a few thousand dollars or that stole your trade from you and made up the difference in your trade.
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Old 10-28-2012, 10:43 AM   #25
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I've worked for 3 dealerships in the past, I know the games they play. If your good at negotiating you should be able to get 5k knocked of the price of any new vehicle. I will say it harder to find a Toyota dealer that is willing to negotiate. Ill see if I can dig up the sales agreement and break it down for you.

Edit: dude, just looked at your sig in another thread! You change your vehicles out a lot! Why did you get rid of the 2011 SR5 just to end-up getting the 2013? looks?
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