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#11702 of 12158 Re: 2012 sienna XLE - what's a god price in the east bay area [griffey501]
Jan 28, 2012 (7:20 am)
I got a 2012 XLE AWD with Navigation package in silver without any manufacturer rebate in Sept/2011 from SF Toyota Dealer. The MSRP for my van was $40160 and i got it for 36800; OTD price was 40356. There is a manufacture rebate of $750 and the price should be less if i were to buy now. You should call few dealers to get few quotes over the phone to get a sense of a fair price now.
Usually dealer is willing to go lower if you choose the finance option since they could earn interest from the loan.
#11703 of 12158 Re: 2012 Sienna SE $31400 [mjan1]
Jan 28, 2012 (11:55 am)
I got mine from World Toyota in Chamblee. I got my SE and I like it. They actually gave me $1000 more on my trade-in than Atlanta Toyota would give me. Good luck!
#11704 of 12158 2012 Sienna XLE with Carpet OTD $32400
Jan 28, 2012 (10:04 pm)
Bought a 2012 Sienna XLE today out the door $32400. My TTL is 1800. Thus my price is 30600 including carpet which is $200. I did not do a trade in. There is $1000 rebate on the sienna.
#11705 of 12158 Re: 2012 Sienna XLE with Carpet OTD $32400 [sk2000]
Jan 29, 2012 (4:36 am)
That's great, what type of rebate, is it specific to the dealership?
#11706 of 12158 Re: 2012 Sienna XLE with Carpet OTD $32400 [mjan1]
Jan 29, 2012 (7:41 am)
Here is the rebate information:
Rebate is from toyota either a cash back or APR. Available in KS, IA, MO, NE, SD, ND states only. Must take delivery from dealer stock before Jan 31st.
#11707 of 12158 Re: 2012 Sienna XLE with Carpet OTD $32400 [mjan1]
Jan 29, 2012 (2:11 pm)
Rebates are regional. Go here to find out what the incentives are for your region: http://www.buyatoyota.com/
#11708 of 12158 2012 Sienna AWD XLE vs. Limited
Feb 06, 2012 (1:55 pm)
Hi All - I am based in the San Francisco bay area and looking to purchase a 2012 AWD Sienna. I have narrowed it down to Limited and the XLE trims but wanted to see if any of you went through the XLE vs. Limited decision and what factors led you to one versus the other.
Also, on the Limited, is getting ~$4,000 below MSRP on a fully-loaded (MSRP $47,000) a good deal?
#11709 of 12158 Re: 2012 Sienna AWD XLE vs. Limited [kukar]
Feb 06, 2012 (2:09 pm)
LTD has more bells and whistles then XLE.
I baught 2011 LTD blizzard pearl because I liked the color blizzard pearl, plus captain chars with foot rest, plus xion lights (in the package), plus 2nd sunroof, JBL radio, sonar assist, 2 tone leather, and rain sensing wipers and much more.
my LTD MSRP was $44,934. I paid $40,000 - traid-in + tax, license and doc fees. out the door I paid $31,850.
I have 2 packages: Premium and Convenience + floor mats.
#11710 of 12158 Re: 2012 Sienna AWD XLE vs. Limited [desna78]
Feb 06, 2012 (3:19 pm)
Thank you Desna78. That is very helpful. Was the $40,000 you paid with the $750 rebate or was the rebate separate? Lastly if you do not mind sharing, which state/region are you in as trying to compare prices. Thanks again.
#11711 of 12158 Re: 2012 Sienna AWD XLE vs. Limited [kukar]
Feb 07, 2012 (7:23 am)
I was considering whether to purchase the XLE and the Limited AWDs, and there were about 4 things that were notable differences that swayed my choice. Note that I was looking at both the loaded XLE (about 43K sticker) and the loaded Limited (almost 47K sticker).
(1) Front and rear sonar. The Limited has both. The XLE only has rear, which is really unnecessary it you have the back-up camera. Since my wife would be driving a good amount, I preferred having both.
(2) Memory driver's seat/side mirrors. The Limited has it, the XLE does not. Again, with multiple drivers, it is a nice convenience. Although, unlike my former Lexus, you have to do the steering wheel yourself, and it is manual. Boo on you Toyota for not making it power and linked to the memory!
(3) Dual sunroof. The Limited has it, the XLE does not. What it does do is lower the roof in the rear compartment by about an inch. This to me was an unnecessary addition, so it did not sway me one way or the other.
(4) Power foldable side mirrors. The Limited has them, the XLE does not. I live in NYC, and if I parallel park or double park, I like knowing my mirrors won't get banged.
So 3 of the 4 additional features were worth it for me, but paying 3-4K for them is not at all cheap. I got my Limited for about $41,200 and the sticker was $46,620.