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Toyota Sienna, Car Buying, Van
#9334 of 12254 Re: Toyota financing deals? [nmomof2]
Aug 06, 2009 (9:09 am)
The 2009's were 0% back in June. When they are at the end of a model year Toyota will usually offer 0% and sometimes at other times. I bought my 2002 4runner at 0% (a day after it went off officially). I imagine that with a 2011 redesign coming out (supposedly early 2010) we'll see the 2010 Siennas go to 0%apr at the time leading up to it's introduction. Just a prediction.
#9335 of 12254 Re: Toyota financing deals? [nobo]
Aug 06, 2009 (9:25 am)
I don't see how it'll get 27mpg, to be honest.
The current 5 speed is geared very, very tall. IIRC both 4th and 5th are overdrive gears. At highway speed limits my engine is idling along at 1500rpm.
I don't see how they can improve on the current van's 24mpg highway by 13%.
25mpg is more realistic.
#9336 of 12254 Re: Finally....Purchased 2010 Toyota Sienna XLE EVP 4 So. CAL [bamboo222]
Aug 06, 2009 (7:45 pm)
Please email me the dealership you purchased your Sienna from. I live in So. Cal and can't find an XLE w/EVP 4 under $32k.
#9337 of 12254 How does $31,850 sound for an XLE EVP4+options?
Aug 07, 2009 (5:27 pm)
I have a quote of $31,850 for a 2010 XLE EVP 4 with the following options:
1. Alloy wheels
2. Towing package
3. Fog and driving lamps
4. Carpet floor mats with door sill protector
I don't really need any of these extra options, but anyway, how's the quote? I am in the CA bay area. Thanks!
#9338 of 12254 Re: How does $31,850 sound for an XLE EVP4+options? [golls]
Aug 07, 2009 (7:24 pm)
Your amount sounds like close to invoice price. My purchase last month included all your options with an additional pair of headphones. MSRP: $35,087. My purchase price was 31,050 which I think might be difficult to duplicate in the bay area. I also got 2.9% for 60 months. It also helps that I had 850 fica score. Hope this helps!
#9339 of 12254 Re: How does $31,850 sound for an XLE EVP4+options? [bamboo222]
Aug 08, 2009 (5:02 am)
Can they decrease the finance rate if you have a *really high* fica score? Or are they locked in to that 3.9 for 48 months currently offered?
#9340 of 12254 Re: How does $31,850 sound for an XLE EVP4+options? [golls]
Aug 08, 2009 (12:14 pm)
Could you tell me which dealer quoted you that price in Bay Area. A week ago I had quotes like that but now I am getting quoted over 32000. I am also looking for XLE with EVP 4. You can send me email with the dealer information and quote specifications to itsokayheregmail.com.
#9341 of 12254 Re: How does $31,850 sound for an XLE EVP4+options? [vjkl]
Aug 08, 2009 (1:05 pm)
VJ, cars for clunkers seems to have killed all the good deals and inventories seem to be running low. It is just another transfer of wealth from the responsible to the irresponsible. Anyway, ranting aside, I contacted carsdirect last week and they contacted me yesterday with this quote. The quote on their website is now higher (thanks to the stupid cars for clunkers), so they may not quote the same amount anymore. Even I am not sure whether they will honor this quote if I confirm the order on Monday.
#9342 of 12254 Re: How does $31,850 sound for an XLE EVP4+options? [nmomof2]
Aug 08, 2009 (9:19 pm)
I don't think high fica score will have a major impact on getting the best apr. It just helps to validate. my 2.9 offer for 60 mos. was factory incentive that ended on 8/3/09.
#9343 of 12254 just bought a 2010 LE AWD in Boston area
Aug 09, 2009 (6:46 pm)
paid 27101 after the 750 incentive. About $800 better than invoice.
I got all the quotes from internet, it worked w/o too much hassle, except completing the paper work at the end was a long wait, due to a long queue of buyers.