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#11715 of 12158 Price for New 2012 Toyota Sienna XLE
Feb 12, 2012 (3:15 pm)
Guys please help with this question. I am trying to buy a
2012 Toyota Sienna,
FWD, 3.5-Liter V6 , XLE 8-Passenger, 6-Speed Automatic,
XLE Premium Package-includes Dual-View Entertainment Center  with 16.4-in. display, ten speakers including subwoofer, Smart Key System  on all doors with Push Button Start and remote illuminated entry, chrome-accented outside door handles with touch,
Cypress Pearl color. Based on this choice what is the OTD price should I pay to buy this minivan. I have been looking for past two years but with the price I can't come to agreement. I am living in Maryland. Please let us know the price and which dealers should I look to buy this minivan.
Thanks and have blessed day.
#11716 of 12158 2012 Sienna AWD XLE
Feb 12, 2012 (3:52 pm)
I bought a 2012 Sienna XLE AWD with premium package for $39,383 at Grossinger Toyota. Tried several dealers in Chicago and none could match the price. The total out of the door cost was $42,400. Got the 0% APR promotion that was running in the Chicago region. Really happy with the purchase.
#11717 of 12158 Re: Price for New 2012 Toyota Sienna XLE [geen1974]
Feb 13, 2012 (1:04 pm)
I just purchased the exact vehicle (FWD, XLE with Premium pkg, different color). I received an out the door price of $37266 (35899 plus taxes, processing, tags). I checked about 6 other dealerships in MD and VA and none of them could believe the price I was getting. One dealer told me that they could not match that price and that I was getting a steal at that price.
Explore your options at Fitzgerald Toyota in Gaithersburg. I purchased a manager's special so it was cheaper than the others that had the same $40720 MSRP. My vehicle was brand new and not a demo or anything like that. Your price may vary slightly as I live in VA and our taxes are a bit different than in MD.
#11718 of 12158 Re: 2012 Sienna base [timbowj]
Feb 18, 2012 (11:58 am)
Could you please dealership info I am interested in purchasing same
and with your help I hope I could get the sameprice .
Thank you very much!
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Feb 24, 2012 (12:10 pm)
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#11722 of 12158 2012 Sienna XLE with Nav. Package
Feb 25, 2012 (7:46 am)
Bought our Sienna yesterday. We've been looking for months. My husband loved the push button start on a Prius that we used to have and that was one thing he wanted on our next vehicle. We paid the truecar price, but with all the taxes, title, etc., final price was $37,266. Sticker price $37,635 (before taxes). Took a while to negotiate to that price. I was ready to walk out, but hubby really wanted this vehicle. Drove it home. It's so smooth. It's been in our garage since yesterday. We had tornado warnings yesterday and I wanted to be sure nothing happened to this new vehicle.
The sales purchase wasn't bad, but all the stuff they try to get you to buy after that is a pain. By the time we got home, my back was in knots. I don't like high pressure sales. Every time we said we didn't want something they lowered the price. Finally, I said we just don't want the paint protectant, extended warranty, etc.
We came home and I called Jerry at Midwest Superstore and bought the extended warranty through him. He's very busy, but returned my call within two hours. He was so informative. Great experience and highly recommend him. We got an 8 year/100,000 mile warranty for $1039. This is the Toyota warranty. I just don't know why dealers have to jack the prices up so much. It's very irritating to me.
Be sure to check the warranty board before purchasing your vehicle for more information. It really helped us in our purchase.
#11723 of 12158 Is it a good deal?
Feb 26, 2012 (1:17 pm)
2012 Sienna LE Toyota Certified. 6K miles. Originally sold in Nov 2011. It is with Toyota's auto-access seat (mobility seat). Dealer is offering it for 30K. Still has a part of original warranty left and comes with a 7 year 100K transmission warranty. about 19K left on toyota care; 25K on bumper to bumper warranty. It also comes with 12 months of road-side assistance though I doubt we will need that in the first 12 months itself.
Does it sound like a reasonable deal? Is it worth going for instead of getting a brand new LE with Auto Access?
Also, can I buy the additional warranty online from Dealer in Missouri or is it only for brand new toyotas?
Will appreciate your expert advise!!
#11724 of 12158 best price for XLE
Feb 26, 2012 (5:02 pm)
Has anyone got good deal on XLE in San Francisco Bay area.
I am looking for XLE for 30k + TTL(10%), OTD price around 33k. Assuming 750$ rebate included into this, what are the chances of getting this deal.
visited two dealers for test drive but didn't start negotiations yet.