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Toyota Sienna, Car Buying, Van
#9982 of 12250 My Sienna Le Purchase
Feb 14, 2010 (9:09 pm)
Here is the breakdown of my 2011 LE Purchase:
2007 EXL Odyssey Trade In: 22379.22
Dealer Services: 599.95
Florida Law Tire & Battery Waste 6.50
Electronic Filing 24.00
Total Taxable Amount 7944.91
Sales Tax 501.69
MV Warranty Enforcement Act 2.00
Tags, Title, Fees 151.40
Unpaid Balance Due 8600.00
The Lifetime powertrain warranty is thru the Dealer is from Fidelity Warranty Services Inc. They told me that it is good anywhere in the U.S. and especially at any Toyota Dealers. I have had several Odysseys and do like them but just wanted a change. I think the Sienna has a more comfortable and not as noisy ride although the Odyssey was good. I like the shift lever better in the Ody but so far am really satisfied with the Sienna.
#9983 of 12250 It's time for me to buy
Feb 15, 2010 (2:24 pm)
OK, I have been waiting and waiting for "a better deal", but I think it is time for me to buy that new Sienna. The tires on my MPV are bald and this winter keeps coming. Either buy new tires for my 111K Mazda and hope nothing goes out or buy that new Sienna with TC!
Here is my best deal: 2010 LE, EVP2, FE, AL, RL, CF for $25,500 + TTL at 0% for 60 months. I have been waiting and waiting for an "owner loyalty" rebate in my region, but it looks like 0%/60 is as good as it will get.
The best deal I found on 2011 LE V6 with mats was 27,800 + TTL. With interest on the financing figured in, this ends up being out of my price range. I also HATE that the mini-seat bracket does not come out. That is where the dog sits on the floor.
The selection is dwindling, so I think it is time I got off the fence. Wish me luck!
#9984 of 12250 Re: It's time for me to buy [husker92]
Feb 15, 2010 (4:52 pm)
I tell you I think the idea of Toyota giving great deals due to the recalls was short lived at best; at least here in TN. Our dealership in Franklin seems to be selling them as fast as they can get them. We went to test drive an XLE and it had been sold before we got there the same day. Got to see the owners load up and drive away. They had sold at least one more that day. We did drive an LE. Of course this is the wealthiest counties in the state. I don't live there, but it is the dealership/service dept. I use.
However, the salesman stated that all the new models on the lot that were in the recall were fixed and ready to roll. So them not being able to sell or having to delay delivery of vehicles doesn't seem to be an issue for them.
#9985 of 12250 Nav on the Sienna 2011
Feb 16, 2010 (3:20 pm)
Can anyone who's got one, let me know whether the nav package is worth it. Apparently on previous Toyotas it's been pretty weak in comparison to say a $250 garmin portable.
#9986 of 12250 2011 Sienna XLE with DVD
Feb 17, 2010 (9:50 am)
Getting a 2011 Sienna XLE with Entertainment Package, floor mats, and roof rack cross bars for $33,000 which was about $3000 under sticker. Was going to wait for the new Odyssey but figured Honda wouldn't sell those under sticker for awhile.
#9987 of 12250 Re: 2011 Sienna XLE with DVD [cbus]
Feb 17, 2010 (10:25 am)
That sounds like a pretty good deal. Which dealership? I am looking for an XLE FWD but without entertainment and without NAV. Based on your price it should be doable under 30,000.
#9988 of 12250 Re: 2011 Sienna XLE with DVD [s2kmr2]
Feb 17, 2010 (10:37 am)
If you are in FL, I can suggest a dealer name who can give as close as Invoice price.
#9989 of 12250 Re: 2011 Sienna XLE with DVD [stoyota]
Feb 17, 2010 (10:43 am)
In the northeast. Give me the dealership anyway. Maybe I'll make a vacation out of it. Fly down and drive back.
#9990 of 12250 Re: 2011 Sienna XLE with DVD [cbus]
Feb 17, 2010 (10:46 am)
Congrats on the new XLE. You know we are going to want a written review and MPG info asap.
#9991 of 12250 Re: Dealer quote on XLE [caliskywatcher]
Feb 17, 2010 (11:21 am)
In case anyone was wondering I tried to get the vehicle at invoice but they just wouldn't do it. I pulled the trigger on the deal I posted a couple days agod. The price ended up being $2650 below MSRP. I got financing from Toyota at 3.99% which matched the local credit union rates.
New car smell is pretty strong. Can't wait to fill it with my oderiferous children! I've got twins on the way.
The only thing that bothers me so far is the headrests seem to push my head too far forward and I can't seem to get them back. On my other Toyotas they were always adjustable. WTF? Hopefully this will be resolved with the new DVD headrests I have on order.
Good luck negotiating everyone!