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#11723 of 12252 Is it a good deal?
Feb 26, 2012 (12:17 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 12252 best price for XLE
Feb 26, 2012 (4:02 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.
#11725 of 12252 Good deal in Colorado?
Feb 29, 2012 (7:33 am)
Anyone recently bought a 2012 Toyota Sienna Limited AWD in Colorado?
Anyone with a 2011 that wants to share information like how happy you are, problems you have seen, etc... Some article in consumer reports suggests not getting the AWD because of problems. The FWD is rated very high. I'd like to get AWD because of mountain driving (prolly more to have that safe feeling than anything else).
If anyone has a good deal to share, or a good dealer (or a bad one to avoid) in Colorado, please reply.
Thanks in advance
Mar 05, 2012 (11:02 am)
In the Market for an AWD Sienna with Nav and DVD. What is the current money factor and other deal info for NJ? Looking for a 0 down lease. What would be a good price out the door, any incentives? Thanks
#11727 of 12252 2011 Sienna XLE AWD
Mar 05, 2012 (12:13 pm)
I found a brand new 2011 Sienna XLE AWD with nav and entertainment system. The dealer is offering an out the door price around 40K (37,787 + tax). The sticker was $43,792. Is this a good deal or should I try to get more off?
Any major changes on the AWD 2012 Sienna? I know they have no spare and use the run flat tires, but any other issues on the 2011?
#11728 of 12252 2012 Sienna SE in Atlanta
Mar 05, 2012 (2:03 pm)
Bought last week on the 29th (last day of the month). Spent 2 days emailing dealers, finding out who was willing to play ball, and then a few hours on the phone the morning of my purchase date getting 2-3 dealers to fight it out.
Ended up with a 2012 SE (amazing how few SE's seemed to be available; a few dealers had to turn me away with no current inventory) with moonroof, crossbars, DVD player, & heated seats added (DVD & seat heaters added a week after purchase).
Before tax, total OTD price was $31,686. Pretty happy.
Three days before I was going to buy, I was 90% set on an Odyssey EX-L. Then test drove the SE and loved all of the slight differences in looks, performance, etc. Immediately changed my mind.
Good luck and thanks to everyone on here for their help! This is the second vehicle I've purchased with great intel from Edmunds forums.
#11729 of 12252 Re: 2012 Sienna SE in Atlanta [willyoz]
Mar 08, 2012 (11:12 am)
I am newbie ,Can you please provide details with the options so that I can try getting the deal at Minneapolis
Thanks in advance
#11730 of 12252 Re: 2012 Sienna SE in Atlanta [willyoz]
Mar 11, 2012 (8:08 pm)
Hey, I would also like to see the specs on your van, and sticker price if you have that information available. It would give me a better idea of how good a deal I can get here.
#11731 of 12252 Best Price for Sienna XLE 8 Passenger with Premium Package ?
Mar 13, 2012 (7:47 am)
I am in Atlanta, GA and looking for a new 2011 / 2012 Sienna XLE with premium package but without navigation system. Is XLE premium package available without navigation system ? Please let me know what should be the OTD price I should pay for this vehicle.
#11732 of 12252 Re: Best Price for Sienna XLE 8 Passenger with Premium Package ? [vgjain]
Mar 13, 2012 (10:30 am)
I'm in Boston, MA area. Just puchased a 2012 Sienna FWD XLE for 29,980+ tax including mud guards, cross bars and carpeted floor mats with sill protector. Paid an extra 500 for remote starter. Very happy with purchase and dealership (IRA). I did not want the nav or rear entertainment center. Looked at Odyssey EX-L, but decided on Sienna due to concerns with transmission.