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#11752 of 12250 Toyota Extended Warrantee the biggest Rip off
Mar 23, 2012 (4:20 pm)
I bought a 2007 demo model Sienna in 2008 along with the extended warrantee from the dealer. The purchase receipt says the commencement of the warrantee as 02/2008 for 60months or 100,000km. I was suprised to hear today that the warntee will come to end in 04/2012. On questioning, Toyota Canada's reply is taht the warrantee starts from the date the vechile was registered by the dealer which was 04/2007. I tried explaining to Toyota Canada that according to purchase receipt it was for 60months and I got only an appology and was told the dealer should have explained it to me.
In short, I have bought a warrantee for a time period even before, I had the vehicle and when the vehicle was used by the dealer.
Toyota Canad refused to rectify this issue and now I have the short end of the stick.
My advise is Toyota extended warrantee sucks and do not buy it. Read between lines.
#11753 of 12250 Re: Toyota Extended Warrantee the biggest Rip off [deepan1]
Mar 26, 2012 (7:12 am)
The mistake was made by the dealer, who printed that receipt.
It's not the manufacturer's fault.
#11754 of 12250 is this a good deal?
Mar 26, 2012 (10:43 am)
2012, XLE, FWD, 8 passenger, with entertainment package and navigation package. Was quoted $35, 425. Is this a good deal? Thanks!!
#11755 of 12250 Re: is this a good deal? [pattysue1]
Mar 26, 2012 (6:09 pm)
HELLO???? is anyone reading this? Would sure like some input .. but I don't see any comments.
#11756 of 12250 Re: is this a good deal? [pattysue1]
Mar 27, 2012 (8:08 am)
Thread isn't really that active. I read it but haven't been shopping so didn't really have anything to share.
However, now that I think about it, you can compare to Fitzgerald Toyota, a no-haggle dealer here in the mid Atlantic. Go to fitzmall.com.
Find a van similar to yours and see how they're pricing it. If you match or beat it, then you're doing pretty well.
Another option - compare to Edmunds TMV, beat it and again, you're doing well...
#11757 of 12250 Locked in XLE base for 31K
Mar 27, 2012 (11:26 am)
Yes this thread is not really that active. I have tried out all dealers in and around Atlanta area and found that the lowest price that many dealers offered with 0% apr offer is 31K (30.5K if you do not want 0% apr). I have tried to get that to 30K but no dealer is willing to get below 31K. So I have locked in that price for an XLE base with floor mats. Some of the dealers even told me that they can not match this price. So I assume that is best price one can get in and around Atlanta now.
#11758 of 12250 Is this a good deal?
Mar 28, 2012 (6:24 pm)
I am getting XLE with floor mats for $30700.00 plus tax and tags near Philadelphia.
#11759 of 12250 Bought a new Toyota Sienna 201 2 model
Apr 02, 2012 (4:08 am)
Thanks for all the inputs! We just bought a new toyota sienna EXL BASE along with taxes, dealer fees, installed cross bars, carpets/mats at 0% APR for out the door price of 32 220 usd.
We needed a new tag/title son that was another 390 dollars and we were talked into buying a ultimate interior/ exterior protection plan (dealer installed) for another 500 dollars. So the total came upto 33,180 usd.
Had we not bought the that warranty package, we would have saved another 500 dollars.
We could gave saved another two or three hundreds, had we played around with other dealers with this price.
If any body has bought a new Toyota sienna EXL Base during the month of March, please let us know your experiences.
#11760 of 12250 Sienna XLE with Nav and Ent system
Apr 02, 2012 (10:42 am)
I bought a Sienna XLE FWD with Nav and Ent system for 35500 plus tax title etc, is this a good price?
#11761 of 12250 Looking for a 2012 Sienna XLE in Austin, TX
Apr 03, 2012 (7:50 am)
I'm a USAA member and I used their car buying service for my last two cars. I bought a new Nissan Murano at the end of the year 2009 for $6000 below MSRP, and I bought a new Nissan Altima at the end of the year 2010 for $6000 below MSRP.
The Toyota dealers in Austin, TX are only willing to go about $2000 below MSRP for a new Sienna XLE. I found one in San Marcos, TX, which is close by, who will take $32,300 (MSRP is $35043).
I guess Toyota is not giving the dealers much incentive these days. They are offering 60 mos 0% financing, which is nice.
I've heard better deals can be found in Houston. I may try that.