Very YMMV: New 2016 Toyota Corolla LE for as low as $14359 before taxes and fees.
Thread DetailsLast Edited by widgit September 26, 2016 at 07:33 PM
- My final cost came out to $14359 before taxes and fees which is $5375 below the $19770 MSRP.
- For those of you not using the Grad Rebate, the price should come out to $15109 or $4668 below MSRP if you are able to get a dealer to beat the provided quote by $100.
- For military personnel, the price should come out to about $14109 or $5661 below MSRP.
Here is what I suggest.
Use the quote I am providing and contact dealers to beat it. Make sure the dealer is not including the $750 Grad Rebate and $1000 Military Discount in the price. Some will say this and not give you the quoted price saying they can not sell it at a loss. Others will still be willing to match. When you find a place that will match the quote, see if they can beat it by $100. If you find two shops that will beat the quote, you could use them against each other to have them try to lower their prices even more, but most likely they will not budge at this price.
I am new to this kind of stuff so I hope I provided enough details. Let me know if I have not.
The one catch is with the Grad Rebate, you MUST finance through Toyota. There is also a 0% financing offer that can not be combined with the $1500 rebate, but in most cases the $1500 off is a better discount.