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#12017 of 12252 2013 toyota sienna
Aug 31, 2012 (11:53 am)
Took deliver 6 days ago-love it but the car has either clear or body colored tape near body side molding and near some door edges. Called Toyota and they said they don't have a clue. Dealer looking in to it next week. Peeling it off is the only way to tell if it is clear of body colored but I'm not doing it until I find out why it is there.
#12018 of 12252 Re: 2013 toyota sienna [permie]
Aug 31, 2012 (12:04 pm)
I bet they are rock guards. Subaru uses them too.
I would keep 'em on, they protect the paint.
#12019 of 12252 Re: 2013 toyota sienna [permie]
Aug 31, 2012 (12:52 pm)
I took delivery 6 days ago and I'm loving it too, I also tinted the front door windows and the small window by the dash. Mine has that plastic tape as well, I believe is there on purpose to protect the door edges, I have an appointment at the dealership tomorrow I'm installing remote engine start and I'm going to ask.
I'll let you know.
#12020 of 12252 Re: New 2012 Sienna XLE 8 Passenger [5teve]
Aug 31, 2012 (3:08 pm)
Which dealership did you get it at? I'm also in the DCMA and looking for a 2012 XLE AWD with or without NAV/RES. Thanks much.
#12021 of 12252 2012 Sienna XLE 2012 AWD
Aug 31, 2012 (5:44 pm)
Need your advice. I am in the process of negotiating a lease of a 2012 XLE AWD (loaded as it comes) with the navigation package, also come with the carpet floor mats/Door sill protector and 50 state Emissions (whatever that means). It is a 3 year lease and 12,000 per year. The final price of this deal is $430. I am putting zero down but am paying the taxes and bank fees up front and first months payment and DMV fees for a total of $2835 out the door. The dealer indicated that he will comp me the rubber matts and a remote start!!! The MSRP without the rubber matts and remote start is $38,667 Please let me know what you think?
#12022 of 12252 Re: New 2012 Sienna XLE 8 Passenger [msickel]
Sep 01, 2012 (12:31 pm)
We bought from Koons Tyson's Toyota on Leesburg Pike. George Enkhtur was our salesman - very friendly, low pressure, and spent a lot of time going through the features on our first test drive.
#12023 of 12252 Re: Purchased a new Sienna LE V6 [dean_zhang]
Sep 02, 2012 (7:09 am)
Where did you buy it? That $26,500 includes tax? Thanks.
#12024 of 12252 Help with this Sienna deal !
Sep 02, 2012 (2:39 pm)
I am getting a 2012 Sienna XLE AWD with Rear entertainment system and without navigation
for 35300 plus 2000 Tax plus 200 Title fees - Total 37500 OTD.
I was also told that if I wait for 2013, I will loose the 750 rebate and 0% financing offer.
Should I go for the above deal or wait for 2012...hoping the forum members will help me make a decision.
#12025 of 12252 Re: Help with this Sienna deal ! [samir268]
Sep 04, 2012 (5:51 am)
not bad... you getting 3,800 off MSRP.. Its very hard to get over 4K off for Toyota.. Go for it since you getting 0% APR... but remember 2013 already arrived.. so you are buying last year model
#12026 of 12252 Re: Help with this Sienna deal ! [samir268]
Sep 04, 2012 (7:19 am)
I purchased mine 10 days ago Basic XLE for $29950 plus fees came out to $3309 OTD, Dont really care about the rear entertainment system, as my kids use their Ipads most of the time and I installed an aftermarket Navigation Unit and Backup Sensors for $1370, so for about $34300 OTD I have an xle with backup sensors and Navigation( way better Navi than the factory one)