Looking for a good deal on Supra

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I'm located in STL area and been looking for a "cant turn down" deal..45k would be for sure a deal. Best so far is 49 I been offered
 
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Yeah tell your dealer that if the price is 45k then we will buy all 8 lol
 

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I doubt it'll be OTD. $45k plus tax is probably as good as it's gonna get. I'm just waiting for Toyota to jump on the 0% bandwagon.
 

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I doubt it'll be OTD. $45k plus tax is probably as good as it's gonna get. I'm just waiting for Toyota to jump on the 0% bandwagon.
I would still be in at 45k before taxes. I have a deposit on a a91 too but saving 13k can Go towards a lot of mods
 

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I doubt it'll be OTD. $45k plus tax is probably as good as it's gonna get. I'm just waiting for Toyota to jump on the 0% bandwagon.
I believe new rebates started today. Still nothing on Supra besides probably that $1k dealer kickback. I don't know if we will see 0% on Supra. I can see Toyota offering it on almost all models besides Supra. Just like how Ford didn't offer it on the GT500, GT350, Bullit, etc
 

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I doubt you even get that, but I wish you luck!
I don't think so either. If it's a premium trim, it would require the dealership to lose like $5-7k on the deal. They would need to really low ball your trade of get you with dealership accessories, warranties, financing, etc

The best I've found has been $7k off a premium. But the dealership is getting the $1k kick back from Toyota. And this dealership low balled my trade by around $2k. So really, they are taking around $4k off from their side.

They have four in their showroom that have been sitting for months. I guess they can just sit a little longer. If they sit too long though, their showroom will be full of nothing but Supras. Eventually they will need to start putting them on the lot.
 

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Don’t unsold cars just go to auctions? If they know they can get more at an auction, then there’s a limit on how much they’ll discount for the consumer.
 

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Don’t unsold cars just go to auctions? If they know they can get more at an auction, then there’s a limit on how much they’ll discount for the consumer.
I guess this always confuses me to. If a dealership is willing to take off say $5k at the dealership, but no one is buying it, why would it sale for more at an auction?
 

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just got a quote for 50900 for a Premium with MSRP of $56,220...about 5,250 off...Still not under the 50k mark in So Cal
 

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