Hell the first dealer I talked to immediately tried to sell me a Rav4. I guess because they both have 4WD. The second assured me they had plenty of new Corollas that they could get me in to that day. 🤷
If only, hahaha. and it's ok. i've been hearing it since junior year of high school, so im desensitized. hahaDo they “call you maybe”?
Lmao I had too im sorry
Ohhh that gives me hope. Maybe I'll give them a call.I just picked mine up from mark miller Toyota the other day. last I checked I was like number 8 on the list but that was a while ago. I bet some people gave up waiting. The sales guy I was working with gave me a call out of the blue and told me "my" car was ready lol. I'm sure you'll get one pretty soon
They still make those?! Hahahaha.I've been asked if a Corolla Apex will do before. 😂
I mean, Rav4s are nice. Im trying to get my mom out of her grand cherokee and into a rav4 or 4runner, but they are DEF not even close. haha. i'm transferring from a 2017 corolla to the GR, so im excited to see the difference.Hell the first dealer I talked to immediately tried to sell me a Rav4. I guess because they both have 4WD. The second assured me they had plenty of new Corollas that they could get me in to that day. 🤷
Haha for sure. I had another dealer try to offer me an XSE and i just laughed. he said "i know, my manager is making us push...". so at least he gets it.They're just trying to meet their quarterly sales goals. It doesn't matter if you buy a GR Corolla or a regular Corolla from them. New car sales are new car sales.
As for a 2017 Corolla to a GR Corolla, the only similarities maybe just the interior. Other than that, it's a completely car and driving experience.