Toyota doesn't even give a discount on FJs to their employees (so I was told by two dealerships).
I think it depends on where you live and how desparate the dealer is to get them off the lot.
If the 12's are still there, ask them how much they are paying a day to keep that vehicle on the lot instead of selling it, maybe they'll knock 500-1000 off. One x-local dealer (he went bankrupt) had a $75/day cost per vehicle.
I talked mine down by $500, and that was a '13, "special order", took 4 months to get it. I had contemplated the TT, but it (and I) get so gloomy here in winter I just needed a happier color.
2013 Quicksand, AT, 4wd.
Bronze 16" TRD wheels, BFG A/T.
N-FAB Rock rails, detachable steps.
4 note old style Cadillac horn.
M-PAC Molle rear door system.
M-PAC Molle rifle and AR scabbard.
M-PAC Molle center console rear bag.
M-PAC Backpack hooks.
M-PAC Molle first aid bag.
Opti-Coat (on paint).
Tinted front windows (to match rear).
ARB Roof Rack - mesh.
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My wife loves the exterior of the 12 TT but she hates the interior.Looks like that one is out.Went and looked at 2012(not a TT had the upgrade package and convince package,no roof rack) the other day got the dealer down to 32700 purchase price.I would like to see him at around 31500,I think that is below invoice but they still have their 2 percent holdback money from Toyota.Which when it is all said and done puts them at about even with their document fees.
I will feel them out again tomorrow.
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