Rav4 Prime (price paid)

Discussion in 'Rav4 Prime' started by onix, Jan 31, 2021.

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  1. onix

    onix New Member

    Would like to calibrate my purchase price to what others have recently paid for this PHEV.
     
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  3. Arbab Amjad

    Arbab Amjad New Member

    $52K for Rav4 Prime XSE
     
  4. sc@ev

    sc@ev New Member

    I have been quoted between $5k-$10k over MSRP. I refuse to pay more than MSRP. I will wait until supply catches up with demand.
     
  5. onix

    onix New Member

    Toyota's own website quotes $41,425 for the base XSE model. Where did you buy, and what options did you get?
     
  6. Arbab Amjad

    Arbab Amjad New Member

    Mine is with premium package and few extras. MSRP was 51k for this vehicle.
     
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  8. gonzo

    gonzo New Member

    Managed to find an XSE with the premium audio package and got it for 48.5k. MSRP was 46k but the dealership required that you get the clear guarding and scotch guard service which bumped it the 2.5k. Not the worst considering I at least got something for being asked to pay above MSRP which was better than any other dealership in the area. Next best was asking 3k above MSRP
     
  9. onix

    onix New Member

    Geographic location, gonzo? Some have PM’ed getting MSRP, but way out in the woods.
     
  10. gonzo

    gonzo New Member

    Portland, OR
     
  11. insightman

    insightman Well-Known Member

    It would be very helpful if people reporting the price they paid (or were quoted) also gave the name of the dealer and even the salesperson. Also, OTD (Out-The-Door) prices are the easiest to compare.
     
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  13. gonzo

    gonzo New Member

    Good call insightman. Doesn’t help much without all the info. Dealership was Ron Tonkin Toyota, salesman Wade.

    as another note, they were only selling to customers with a Portland address because of the high demand
     
  14. onix

    onix New Member

    Walked into the dealership in Oakland, CA. Not the yuppiest neighborhood. Salesperson said $20K over MSRP without a single one in stock. Buuhahahahaha!!! I left without a word.
     
  15. gonzo

    gonzo New Member

    That’s almost half of the MSRP!?!? Crazy thing is knowing the area someone might actually pay that...

    Glad I only stayed in the Bay Area for 2 years, those prices are insane. Might as well get a Tesla or a luxury car at that point
     
  16. Torrey

    Torrey New Member

    Looks like the SE models are starting to dip under MSRP in NY and NJ while XSEs are selling at MSRP in those states. In CA there are dealers that sell at MSRP, but they have 3 month long waitlists.
     
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  17. RyanM

    RyanM New Member

    I got mine yesterday after being on the list for a month or so. Got mine for sticker price. SE with weather and moonroof package, all weather mats and cargo liner, roof rails, mud guards, blackout emblems, paint protection, and rear bumper applique, ( this was how it arrived from the factory). With delivery fee $42,292. Add tax/licensing $46,048. No dealer markup. I live in N. California.
     
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  18. LAF

    LAF Active Member

    I know its a sedan and not an SUV, but you can get a Touring (top model) Honda Clarity (50 EV miles) for ~$32K (I have had it for 3 years and it is terrific-zero problems and virtually no maintenance)
     
  19. onix

    onix New Member

    My folks own the Clarity. That car serves a different purpose. Fine for family drives and availing of the tax incentives for a plug-in, but beyond that the comparisons diverge. Notably, and for utilitarian purposes, the Rav4 has capabilities that the Clarity simply does not - 4wd, room mode, hauling capability, 120vac access to the internal battery for car camping.
     
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  20. johncl

    johncl Member

    I live in the Bay Area and there is no way I will pay over MSRP, yet alone 5k or 10k over the MSRP

    Consumers are asking to be scalped. In the end it is just a vehicle that takes you from point A to point B
     

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