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#9652 of 12250 Re: 2008 Sienna 8 Used Car = good deal? [ateixeira]
Dec 04, 2009 (4:40 pm)
Miles are high but it is a Toyota and hopefully the rental agency followed a prescribed maintenance program.
Highway vs city miles will make a difference in regards to brake wear, etc.
Will the seller allow a 3rd party inspection?
The interior and exterior condition are probably cleaner than my 2009 since most agencies clean them up between rentals.
I recommended that my son purchase a 1991 Camry with 30K miles in 1994. He still has it today.
#9653 of 12250 Re: New 2011 Sienna [jayrider]
Dec 04, 2009 (7:32 pm)
The update is very impressive, MUCH more than I expected to be honest.
So you're probably right, transactions prices will be higher. No doubt. MSRP will also likely be higher.
When an LE gets a backup cam and a power hatch and 2 power doors, it may arguably be worth a lot more, though.
I'm very impressed with the update. All I really expected was the 6 speed, and big whoop, the 5 speed has been more reliable.
#9654 of 12250 Re: New 2011 Sienna [ateixeira]
Dec 05, 2009 (7:04 am)
I agree that the 2011 is impressive. I also saw a pic of the proposed new nissan quest and will be looking at both. If honda does a redo on the odyssey -- add that to the list as well in a few years.
#9655 of 12250 Re: New 2011 Sienna [jayrider]
Dec 07, 2009 (3:17 pm)
No discounts on the 2011? I am mad....I am really banking on the fact that I may be able to get one for about 1000 over the invoice...I don't want to pay anymore?
Is that how all new car launches are?
#9656 of 12250 delaer ask for credit card deposit for XLE 2010,EVP#2
Dec 07, 2009 (3:47 pm)
Has anyone met this situation? I asked quotes from a dealer in email, He didn't want to write down anything in email, just wanted to talk. I called him two weeks ago. He gave me a good price(286.500+TTL) with 0%APR for 36 months, Because his word was not very confirmed about 0% APR for 36 months, and the talk was interrupted by a customer. I ask him to confirm the quotes in email. Today I got his call, He said if I make decision on phone today right now, that means I give him credit to deposit, he can give me good price. The price is $27640 +TTL paid in cash.
Is there any trick over there, any suggestion are welcome. Thanks,
#9657 of 12250 Re: New 2011 Sienna [inspectoring]
Dec 07, 2009 (3:59 pm)
Just wait 6-12 months and your dreams may come true.
#9658 of 12250 Re: New 2011 Sienna [inspectoring]
Dec 07, 2009 (4:46 pm)
Discounts will depend on the dealer, and how badly he wants to sell a vehicle. Will probably be a regional thing, just as better pricing on the 2010 is in some areas.
#9659 of 12250 Re: New 2011 Sienna [inspectoring]
Dec 08, 2009 (11:11 am)
Depends on just how much demand there is.
Remember how long the Ody commanded full MSRP? My cousin bought a 2002 model and paid full MSRP for hers. 2 years later you could buy an EX-L for the price she paid on a plain LX.
Depends on demand, supply, and what the actual prices are.
I was shocked by the long list of upgrades, and I would be just as shocked if you can deal down that far in the first few months or so.
#9660 of 12250 2010 Blizzard Pearl White Sienna XLE with EVP1/LF/AW/FE
Dec 08, 2009 (1:39 pm)
I just received an offer for 2010 Sienna XLE with EVP1/LF/AW/FE with 0% financing for $27500 + TTL. Any thoughts on this offer? I think it is pretty decent deal but wanted to see if anybody did better than this.
#9661 of 12250 Re: Just bought a 2010 Toyota XLE Package #4 [drm000]
Dec 09, 2009 (9:02 am)
Did you use Toyota financing? I'm finding that dealers agree to a price but then want to jack it up $1000 if I choose to use their 1.9% financing.