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Author:  Charlestonleafer [ Fri Aug 09, 2013 1:29 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 2012 RAV4 EV (WHITE) FOR SALE $33,000

I think a lot of people may ask the following questions:

How many miles are on the vehicle?
Where is the vehicle located?
Are you including any charging equipment?

Author:  Hoosier [ Fri Aug 09, 2013 5:32 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 2012 RAV4 EV (WHITE) FOR SALE $33,000

Sounds like a good deal :D I've got a trade in. 2007 Fj Cruiser Can we make a deal?

Author:  Hoosier [ Sat Aug 10, 2013 2:22 am ]
Post subject:  Re: 2012 RAV4 EV (WHITE) FOR SALE $33,000

Wow, the dealers post is gone already. That was a quick sale!

Author:  tgreene [ Sat Aug 24, 2013 1:13 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Pre-Owned Rav4 EV for sale, POST HERE ONLY

There is a 2012 Blizzard Pearl one advertised for $28,900 on craigslist:
http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/cto/4015344132.html

It is at Toyota Sunnyvale (CA) and has only 3055 miles on it. Sounds like a good deal!

Author:  Charlestonleafer [ Sat Aug 24, 2013 1:10 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Pre-Owned Rav4 EV for sale, POST HERE ONLY

Good find! I think that needs to go on a new thread, just so it's not buried.

Author:  tomandjillysmom [ Sat Aug 31, 2013 3:45 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Pre-Owned Rav4 EV for sale, POST HERE ONLY

Hi Everyone, I'm new here.
I looked at the Rav4EV in MA at Wellesley Toyota in May. At that time they said the best they could do is 45K and that although it was driven by the owner of the dealership, it was never registered so it is still considered "new"
I just called yesterday and now their best price is 43K w/ Levitron install included but now it has 8900 miles on it the salesman is confused as to whether it is "used" or "new" I told him I need a much better price than that and if it is used I won't get the $7500 tax credit.
Asking this forum - what's a reasonable price to shoot for? $38K? $36K?
I've also contacted Dianne Whitmire and would move forward on a new one if this one doesn't work out.
Thank you to all!

Author:  AvLegends [ Sat Aug 31, 2013 4:56 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Pre-Owned Rav4 EV for sale, POST HERE ONLY

I would think that 8900 miles would sort of serve as a "burn in" period with regard to some of the failures that have been known to exist.

My "Check EV" error message appeared around 1600 mi and resulted in the replacement of the Gateway ECU. My charger failed and was replaced at 4000 mi. So far everything is good at 4900 mi. I will say that when the charger was replaced the charging noises are now gone. Now when I plug it in it is quiet except for a slight whirr of a fan somewhere. They also updated the system with the latest firmware update.

Author:  mkjayakumar [ Sat Aug 31, 2013 5:19 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Pre-Owned Rav4 EV for sale, POST HERE ONLY

Wellesley Toyota. Will they service what they sell ? Just curious

Author:  rav4buyer [ Sat Aug 31, 2013 6:25 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Pre-Owned Rav4 EV for sale, POST HERE ONLY

tomandjillysmom wrote:
Hi Everyone, I'm new here.
I looked at the Rav4EV in MA at Wellesley Toyota in May. At that time they said the best they could do is 45K and that although it was driven by the owner of the dealership, it was never registered so it is still considered "new"
I just called yesterday and now their best price is 43K w/ Levitron install included but now it has 8900 miles on it the salesman is confused as to whether it is "used" or "new" I told him I need a much better price than that and if it is used I won't get the $7500 tax credit.
Asking this forum - what's a reasonable price to shoot for? $38K? $36K?
I've also contacted Dianne Whitmire and would move forward on a new one if this one doesn't work out.
Thank you to all!


Leasing new is a much better deal. $445 no money down unlimited miles for 3 years.

Author:  n3ckf [ Sun Sep 01, 2013 4:35 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Pre-Owned Rav4 EV for sale, POST HERE ONLY

well i bought mine in May, didnt get the best possible deal i could've and my out-the-door cost with Toyota cash back + all California taxes & Reg + the rebate was around $37-38K (and i got the zero percent financing on the vehicle). I think i acutally wrote a check for about $11K (mainly becuase i didnt want a huge car payment, even if it was all principle. Probably dumb on my part becuase i could've financed the whole thing).

Which was for a new vehicle with a full warranty etc. (I probably bought more warranty than i needed becuase i bought the extended warranty with the vehicle).

So I would say if he cant get you substantially below $40K out the door, you should be looking elsewhere.

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