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#9964 of 12250 Re: 2010 Sienna price quote [avis1001]
Feb 11, 2010 (12:28 pm)
If you're talking to a salesman who says he'll do you a favor by selling it $100 below "invoice price" while MSRP is $28100, it's time to move on and find an honest salesman to deal with.
I've not been able to find dealer invoice costs for 2011 Sienna yet, but based on research for past Toyota purchases (including a 2005 Sienna), MSRP has been 10% above dealer costs. I don't haggle. I usually give them 5% above cost and be prepare to walk away. There's plenty of other dealerships around.
If you research dealer invoice price for other Toyota models, you'll also find the difference between dealer cost and MSRP is still 10%. Based on that, I'd assume his cost for the car you're looking at is $25,550. At 5% profit, I wouldn't pay more than $26827.50.
I could be wrong, but you can always ask to see the dealer's costs and share it with the rest of us.
Feb 11, 2010 (5:11 pm)
Taken 2011 XLE FWD for a test drive today. Drive feels the same as my current 2006 LE. Interior is very dissappointing to me while I love the exterior. Was quoted 2k below MSRP of 33,264$. But would probably wait and see what Odyssey has to offer - or might give it a second chance with Limited.
#9966 of 12250 Re: ordering a sienna [ateixeira]
Feb 11, 2010 (5:58 pm)
Are you planning to buy a 2011? Just wondering....I'm so used to the 2nd Gen that it's kinda strange to see another coming out and I've had both 1st and 2nd Gens now.
#9967 of 12250 Re: ordering a sienna [ateixeira]
Feb 11, 2010 (8:00 pm)
The MPG sounds great but other than that I prefer the 2011 Sienna in every way. Let's see what the production Ody ends up looking like.
There's one feature I will bet you will like more on the 2011 Ody than the 2011 Sienna: the 8th seat. According to Honda, the new Ody's second row should accommodate 3 child seats side-by-side-by-side. To me, that means that 8th seat will be a good bit wider on the Ody than it is now on the 2011 Sienna (though not necessarily than the 2007 Sienna). Just my guess.
As for the rest - design, it looks more cohesive to me than the Sienna. But that's just me.
#9968 of 12250 2010 Sienna Lease Price Question
Feb 12, 2010 (8:27 am)
Looking at 2010 Sienna LE MSRP of $27,770 in NJ
I've checked Edmunds invoice TMV , Invoice at $24,900 , people paying $25,543
When I told him the invoice price that I saw on Edmunds and KBB, he tells me they do not account for their advertising costs, and they are not accurate, is this true?
He quoted me a price of $25,900, residual of $13,802 Money factor .00152 15K 36mo.
They also have a $1000 off, but he tells me this is only off MSPR. Who's paying MSRP on a 2010 ?
I came up with lease price of $424, including tax. Costs up front are 1 month 424, bank fee of $650 and registration of $250.
Any thoughts on this deal?
#9969 of 12250 2010 sienna LE with EVP2
Feb 12, 2010 (8:59 am)
7 passengers FWD options: FE, AL, TO, RL, CF
OTD $26575, all incentives included. Chicago midwest region
Just picked it up. very excited.
#9970 of 12250 Re: 2010 sienna LE with EVP2 [zoemn]
Feb 12, 2010 (9:10 am)
zoemn - just to be clear, when you say OTD, do you mean with TTL included? If so, what was the price for the vehicle alone? What incentives were included (cash back or APR)? Just trying to compare apples to apples.
#9971 of 12250 Re: 2010 sienna LE with EVP2 [husker92]
Feb 12, 2010 (10:48 am)
Yes. TTL is included. For the vehicle alone it shoud be 24475 which includes 1000 rebate plus 500 cash bonus.
#9972 of 12250 Re: ordering a sienna [siennami]
Feb 12, 2010 (11:13 am)
No, I'll probably drive the wheels off my 2007.
If it were stolen or totalled, something like that, I'd look at another one, sure.
#9973 of 12250 Re: ordering a sienna [dbt]
Feb 12, 2010 (11:15 am)
That 8th seat sounds nice, have there been any interior pics?
It was just a concept. Let's see how close the production model ends up being.
I will give Honda credit for taking risks with the design.