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Toyota Sienna, Car Buying, Van
#11420 of 12160 Re: 2011 Sienna Limited AWD [lxowner2]
Aug 02, 2011 (3:42 pm)
I believe Limited also has Intelligent key and push button start. I really did not care about all these, hence went with XLE.
One feature that you may put to everyday use is "memory seat" , if you have more than one driver. This is something that I had decided to live with, after all 2800 is closer to 6 months of payment.
I honestly dont think there will be any big changes to 2012, due to
1) 2011 being a new year model.
2) Tsunami loss might not allow toyota to add any changes to 2012 .
3) toyota usually does the face lift after 4 yrs.
#11421 of 12160 Re: Sienna XLE with premium pkg - 36100 on road [abhi_06]
Aug 02, 2011 (7:57 pm)
That is a really great price. I offered 36,500 OTD for the same model and no toyota dealers in VA, MD would take it. Thanks for sharing.
#11422 of 12160 Re: 2011 Sienna LE [desna78]
Aug 03, 2011 (12:23 pm)
That's pretty close to what I bought yesterday (Aug. 2, 2011):
2011 Toyota Sienna LE w/ tow prep, carpet floor mats, first aid kit, door sill protectors, and cargo net
$27,898 - $1000 rebate = $26,898 + tax, license and doc fees. (Southside)
#11423 of 12160 XLE w/Nav Package - $34,300?
Aug 03, 2011 (3:41 pm)
XLE FWD w/Nav Package, Carpet and Roof rack cross bars - dealer quote is about $700 below invoice ($35,055 according to truecar.com). My local dealers have offered $500 over invoice and haven't budged so going about 100miles out and found this deal. $33,300 with $1000 rebate ofcourse. Feel its a good price but what do folks here think?
Asked them whey they are going so low. Their reasons are - they are a national dealership and have been given the flexibility to go a bit lower to hit the sales quota. Any comments?
#11424 of 12160 Re: Sienna XLE with premium pkg - 36100 on road [urglie]
Aug 03, 2011 (5:39 pm)
I got it from VA dealer in Richmond - Haley Toyota of Richmond on Jul 30th,the Aug incentives may have changed hence they may not be willing to give your desired price, just keep trying... also some dealers accept Amex Zag Auto buying program which is very competitive.All the best for your purchase.
#11425 of 12160 Re: XLE w/Nav Package - $34,300? [kanthri]
Aug 03, 2011 (5:52 pm)
$700 under invoice plus rebate = $1700 under invoice is a good price. What is the MSRP? and Invoice being quoted? But, if you buy on the last two days of August, you might be able to squeeze a couple of hundred more out. However, you might risk losing the model you are going after.
Aug 04, 2011 (11:13 am)
Does anyone know the best purchase price in NYC and which dealer.
#11427 of 12160 Re: XLE w/Nav Package - $34,300? [ecolorado]
Aug 04, 2011 (11:50 am)
MSRP: $37656 & Invoice: $35,055.. I will go for it. I called about 30 dealers around my town and 99% were offering $500 over invoice.
#11428 of 12160 Sienna XLE AWD with Navigation quoted 35,600
Aug 06, 2011 (12:13 am)
2011 Toyota Sienna XLE AWD with Navigation. Dealer provided quote at $35,600 + tax, license in SF, CA.
MSRP: 39200. Good quote?
#11429 of 12160 Re: Sienna XLE AWD with Navigation quoted 35,600 [ktkwu]
Aug 06, 2011 (9:51 am)
Is that before $1000 rebate? I checked truecar.com. With a Nav package in SFO a good deal is at $36385. If your quote does not include the rebate it appears you are getting a great deal. If it does then I think you can negotiate it down to $35185.. I just bought a XLE FWD w/Nav from Hayward Toyota and $700 below invoice.. I noticed some XLE AWD in their lot. Give them a call.