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Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1997 for sale

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Used 1997 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado for sale in Manila

Used 1997 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado for sale in Manila

Metro Manila, Manila

₱400,000

Manual Verified Contact 100,000 km

Blue Toyota Land cruiser prado 1997 at 140000 km for sale

Blue Toyota Land cruiser prado 1997 at 140000 km for sale

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱350,000

Automatic 140,000 Km

Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1997 for sale in Tagbilaran

Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1997 for sale in Tagbilaran

Bohol, Tagbilaran

₱440,000

Automatic 208,808 Km

Used Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1997 for sale in Parañaque

Used Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1997 for sale in Parañaque

Metro Manila, Parañaque

₱650,000

Automatic 160,000 Km

Sell Used 1997 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Automatic Gasoline The listing has expired

Sell Used 1997 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Automatic Gasoline

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱330,000

Automatic Verified Contact 128,000 km

Toyota Prado VX 1997 for sale The listing has expired

Toyota Prado VX 1997 for sale

Metro Manila, San Juan

₱325,000

Automatic Verified Contact 229,885 km

1997 Toyota Land Cruiser for sale The listing has expired

1997 Toyota Land Cruiser for sale

Bohol, Pilar

₱70,000

Automatic Verified Contact 141,000 km

1997 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado for sale in San Fernando The listing has expired

1997 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado for sale in San Fernando

Pampanga, San Fernando

₱680,000

Manual

Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1997 for sale in Quezon City The listing has expired

Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1997 for sale in Quezon City

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱390,000

Manual 160,000 Km

2nd Hand Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1997 for sale in Antipolo The listing has expired

2nd Hand Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1997 for sale in Antipolo

Rizal, Antipolo

₱400,000

Automatic

Sell 1997 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado at 149402 km The listing has expired

Sell 1997 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado at 149402 km

Cebu, Cebu City

₱530,000

Automatic 149,402 Km

Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1997 Automatic Gasoline for sale in Manila The listing has expired

Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1997 Automatic Gasoline for sale in Manila

Metro Manila, Manila

₱439,999

Automatic

 2nd Hand (Used) Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1997 for sale in Manila The listing has expired

2nd Hand (Used) Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1997 for sale in Manila

Metro Manila, Manila

Negotiable price

Automatic

1997 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado for sale The listing has expired

1997 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado for sale

Metro Manila, Pasig

₱395,000

Automatic 119,546 Km

1997 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado for sale The listing has expired

1997 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado for sale

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱395,000

Manual

Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1997 for sale The listing has expired

Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1997 for sale

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱450,000

Automatic 130,000 Km

Toyota Landcruiser Prado 1997 for sale The listing has expired

Toyota Landcruiser Prado 1997 for sale

Pampanga, San Fernando

₱695,000

Manual 124,000 Km

Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 90 1997 for sale The listing has expired

Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 90 1997 for sale

Davao del Sur, Davao City

₱485,000

Automatic 195,000 Km

    How to Negotiate the Price of a Used Car

    We have heard several stories of terror and worry when it comes to negotiations. Of course, some people are naturally skilled when it comes to assertiveness and persuasion. However, this doesn't mean that you get baited into a losing end of a deal.

    When shopping around for a used car for sale, it is essential to know the art of negotiation. This will not only save you a few thousands from the transaction but assures you that you're also getting the best out of it.

    To guide you with this matter, Philkotse.com compiled a list of tips and tricks you can follow when you're negotiating with the price of a second-hand vehicle.

    1. Shop for cars that are at least 2 years old

    In actuality, cars that are used for 2 years looks close to brand new ones that are being showcased. This, of course, will depend on the usage of the previous owner.

    In terms of engine performance, 2-year cars don't have a lot of issues in them. But, what more important is the fact that the sale price of vehicles dramatically drops to 45-55% after two years. Therefore, consider getting a bargain before driving home a second hand Toyota Land Cruiser Prado

    2. Research for prevailing market price

    They say a negotiator that has no information up his sleeve will eventually end up negotiating with nothing.

    Before walking into that dealership doors, make sure you have all the information you need about the car you want.

    It would help if you browse for prevailing market prices of the vehicles online or taking a trip to several dealerships just to get a glimpse.

    3. Assessing financing rates

    Ideally, it is best to purchase a Toyota car for sale with your own savings to avoid obligations piling up. For some, this is not a viable case. This is where you may be tempted to avail of an auto financing. If you look at it for a short-term gain, this may sound ideal. However, it will bleed every peso out of your pockets because of the added interests.

    To avoid this, you can look around or contact your bank for auto loans that they offer. Also, have bank personnel explain to you the implications of various interest rates and the period of payment. In this way, you can objectively decide which option is the most practical choice when purchasing the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado.

    4. Making a realistic offer

    After researching, evaluating and analyzing current market prices and the budget you have in mind. Walk to the dealership with a focused and firm mindset, make an offer to a salesman talking with you regarding the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1997 you are interested in.

    Naturally, the salesman will offer a price higher than what you have in mind but continue sticking with yours. If he doesn't budge, tell him that you have an appointment elsewhere and walk away.

    5. Say no to dealer add-ons.

    If the salesman agrees with your offer, chances are, he'll persuade you to spend money on some dealership add-ons. These may include extended warranties, detailing, and rustproofing. Attractive as it may seem, say no to all of these. If you need the mentioned add-ons, you can get them somewhere else and all for an affordable price.

    6. Have the courage to walk away

    If the negotiations don't end well as expected, turn your back and walk out of the dealership.

    Remember, there are extensive offerings of pre-owned car available that may prove to be a greater alternative than what you have in mind.