Last post on May 12, 2013 at 2:28 PM
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Toyota Sienna, Car Buying, Van
#12023 of 12158 Re: Purchased a new Sienna LE V6 [dean_zhang]
Sep 02, 2012 (8:09 am)
Where did you buy it? That $26,500 includes tax? Thanks.
#12024 of 12158 Help with this Sienna deal !
Sep 02, 2012 (3:39 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 12158 Re: Help with this Sienna deal ! [samir268]
Sep 04, 2012 (6:51 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 12158 Re: Help with this Sienna deal ! [samir268]
Sep 04, 2012 (8:19 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)
Sep 04, 2012 (3:18 pm)
Went to the dealer y'day to get a base model of 2012 Sienna XLE AWD without any packages. The one they had though was with NAV and rear parking sensors. The OTD for that model was $ 40K. I walked away since that seemed a lot. Anyone in WA state who purchased 2012 Sienna XLE AWD base with no packages ???
#12028 of 12158 2012 XLE sienna 33,095 out the door with life time tires and 0% for 5 years
Sep 06, 2012 (6:04 pm)
I purchased my 2012 XLE Sienna for 33095 out the door price with zero percent for 60 months on May 31st. The added options were the wheel locks and carpets with the door still protector. The other benefit i get is lifetime tires up to 600 dollars and lifetime free car washes whenever i want them. This was in Baltimore Maryland at Jerry's Toyota. The only negative thing is there customer service is not good so i get my work done at another Toyota dealer. But if i need my tires i go here because they are only free through them. Jones Toyota in Bel air Md is another great dealership with great customer service. They off lifetime free oil changes and i got my 2010 Corolla Le from them at 16650 out the door price. I could have done better but we needed a second car fast. They also give free hot dogs, popcorn, coffee, manicures, shoe polish and car wash for life. Hope this helps.
#12029 of 12158 Any good deals for 2012 Toyota Sienna XLE with rear entermainment
Sep 07, 2012 (9:01 am)
Looking around Richmond, VA and Black Ext. color
#12030 of 12158 Re: Buying Experience Boston Area - 2012 Sienna LE 8-Pass V6 FWD [isodyok]
Sep 09, 2012 (9:40 pm)
We were offered by this same dealer a 2012 LE v6 FWD (tow pack, mat) for 26200 cash payment after 1000 rebate, or 27200 with 0%/60m. Early this year their offer was 27800 while another local dealer offered 27200. No promotions were available at that time. So my feeling is this is an average online quote at this time of the year, but better than those starting from sticker.
They didn't have the color we wanted though, to get the color right we were offered two choices:
1) take a 2013 same model (tow, mat, plus roof crossbars) for 26700 cash, or
2) a 2012 model (tow, mat) plus entune navigation for 26500 cash AR ( or 27500 with 0% finance).
Net-net we think offer 1) is better because we don't really care about integrated gps, however we prefer the 0% finance so we took 2).
Dealer doc runner fees were fixed standard. We were told in advance so we have that in mind while negotiating.
This is our first new car experience, we hope we were doing ok. My feeling is there is still room for say 500 lower if we wanted spend two more hours there. The online quote is a low ball offer to get people to the dealer, but definitely not their bottom line.
About the sales rep, not the type we like though, not very informative, too pushy and resulted in backfire several times.
#12031 of 12158 Re: Help with this Sienna deal ! [carranzal]
Sep 11, 2012 (5:36 am)
Where did you install the navi and backup sensors? I just got a basic XLE but with a $1000 higher price than yours. Sad... Thanks.
#12032 of 12158 Re: Help with this Sienna deal ! [frankley428]
Sep 11, 2012 (6:55 am)
Well I think yours is better. It's XLE vs my LE, sticker difference is 3500 base to base. You got sunroof, leather seats, power front passenger seat. I would be much happier to take your model. Trade?