Attaching the finalized deal… they are reaching $10000 discount with tax credit
@derekoh1991 @mllcb42 FYI
Kindly share your feedback on the below deal!
Vehicle: Toyota Highlander XLE 2021
MSRP - 43500
SELLING PRICE - 33278 (23.5% off of MSRP)
Months - 36
Miles - 15k/year
MF - 0.00100
RV - 58%
Tax - 6.25 on selling price
Monthly payment - $355 with first month due at signing
How much of that is incentives vs dealer discount?
That is just dealer discount
Incentive is $1500
What’s the catch? That sounds too good to be true.
If it’s real, take it and run.
Selling price is $10,000 off of MSRP?
I think you are way off. Like way off.
First, the incentivized MF is 0.00150 and can’t be used with $1,500 rebate simultaneously.
Second, if you do standard rebate, you have the rate of 0.00245
Yes… I did not do the deal and took some time to think as it sounded too good to be true
You are at $432 with me on 36/15k miles
No. Your MF is the default one from calculator, so is your RV, and dealer fees. You are guessing. Do you have actual deal sheet or are you just going off of payment.
Going off by payment shared by dealership…
They did not share the deal sheet
There’s no point using the calculator when the most important numbers are all made up. Get a deal sheet or better yet, just go sign the deal.
I highly doubt that it’s going to be that payment when you get into that dealership because no one takes $10,000 off of Highlander. I haven’t seen any dealership do it.
$10000 off a highlander and base MF doesn’t equal those numbers anyways
Correct! And the base MF and the RV are off.
1 hour of negotiation and managed to pull $10,000 discount off of Highlander. Hm… Shoot.
I need to go work there.
That 10k discount is fictional, he does not know the selling price…
maybe it’s a non-captive bank with a high RV or something to get to that payment without such a huge discount
Maybe the dealer added the dealer added options on the MSRP for an OP to make him see that there is a bigger discount. I don’t know, I am just guessing.
Non-Captive Bank would be with an Ally and it has 67% RV with 5.54% MF. Another is USBank and I am at $475 on that one.