Is there a 2009 corolla that I can get for $12000 out the door

Asked by Feb 17, 2012 at 05:10 PM about the 2009 Toyota Corolla LE

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I would really like red or dark gray

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Yeah, you can probably find one. I would maybe check Craigslist. Usually they have a lot of good buys. My Toyotoa Corolla is a dark gray color and I love it. I got mine from the dealership though and got a good deal on it because it was to be a used car in another part of the country. I would check out both places.


HI...I have been an auto dealer for may years and knowing the industry and business from the inside out have found the best and most efficient way to buy any vehicle is to type exactly what you want including color and parameters whether it is new or used. then cut and paste it to every internet manager in yoru area. The internet manager for any dealership has the most ability to generate a deal in yoru favor and with the internet being so competitive...they have the authority and ability to give you a price you cannot get by going into the store and playing the "game" with a liner, closer, floor manager etc etc. DO NOT SUBJECT YOURSELF TO THAT AGONEY AND PAIN OF A DAYS EFFORT ...You simply can do all the legwork on the internet....they will all email you and chase your bsiness with the best product at the best price. Then you take the top two best values to you within yoru parameters and go in and talk only to that person and buy it!! QUICK, EASY, PAINLESS AND SAVE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS AND HOURS :) Good luck

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