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#12068 of 12158 Re: 2013 XLE with entertainment package for $33,134 [majidmo]
Oct 22, 2012 (10:50 am)
I am planning to buy XLE with DVD package. Pls can you let me know what was the final price that you got quote for? I am also from NC. Thanks in advance.
#12069 of 12158 Bought a 2013 Sienna LTD AWD
Oct 22, 2012 (11:43 am)
The MSRP was $47495 ........... bought it for $43,000 plus taxes & tags. Dealer processing which is quite high in Virginia, was included in the above price.
Am pleased with the deal I got ....... and thanks to everyone who provided feedback on appropriate pricing.
#12070 of 12158 Re: 2013 XLE with entertainment package for $33,134 [van_buyer]
Oct 23, 2012 (7:11 pm)
I ended up buying a Limited AWD for about $5000 less than MSRP before tax. You should at least get $4000 under MSRP. Fred Anderson in Raleigh offered the best rate. I had a really good experiance and the sale person was great (John at Internet Sale). He sent me a 3rd wireless headphone today for free (two weeks later).
#12071 of 12158 2013 Sienna LTD AWD
Oct 23, 2012 (7:19 pm)
I bought a 2013 Sienna LTD AWD w Limited Premium Package PT, Limited Convenience Package CX + $395 special color (Blizzard pearl) and $880 delivery fee, Clear Paint protection, Window Tint, Door Edge Guards (two front door) and carpet mats.
Sale price was $43500 (before tax and dealer fee). MSRP was $48,492.
Oct 28, 2012 (8:02 pm)
We are looking to negotiate a price on a 2013 Sienna LE with Navigation, cloth seats, cargo mat, but no moon roof. The MSRP is $33906. I've never negotiated like this before so I need advice. How much should I reasonably expect to pay? We are selling our old vehicle separately and are per-approved for $30000 at our credit union.
#12073 of 12158 2013 Sienna XLE FWD
Nov 06, 2012 (2:10 pm)
Options: BD Blind Spot Monitor, Floor Mats/Door Sill Protector, Wheel Locks, Roof Rack Cross Bars. MSRP $35,287 including destination charge. I paid $32377 including destination but not including tax and tags. That's $89 below invoice price if my numbers are correct. Bought in Northern NJ today.
#12074 of 12158 Re: 2013 Sienna XLE FWD [dschwarz1]
Nov 06, 2012 (3:51 pm)
dschwarz1, What dealership in Northern NJ did you get this from? Did you get the 0 APR for 60 months as well? Please let me know. Thanks.
#12075 of 12158 Re: 2013 Sienna XLE FWD [h2_h2]
Nov 06, 2012 (5:36 pm)
Got it from Parkway Toyota. Got 0 APR for 36 months (they also offered 0.9 for 48 months, 1.9 for 60 months, but there was no 0 APR for 60 months)
I got the price by calling about 10 dealerships on 10/29 (Hurricane Sandy got in the way). Followed up on 11/1 and 11/2 with the dealerships that were open. Agreed on the price on the phone, put down a deposit, they got the car in and we met to close the sale today.
No guarantee they'll have the best price today, but it's worth a call. Dealers lost a lot of business after Sandy, so they're looking to make it up now.
#12076 of 12158 2013 Sienna Shoreline Blue Pearl
Nov 08, 2012 (1:26 am)
Hello - I'm in the market to buy a 2013 Sienna and was trying to find out if anyone knows when the Shoreline Blue Pearl color will be available at the dealerships?
Looking to buy XLE with entertainment/nav option package.
#12077 of 12158 Re: 2013 SIENNA LE 3.5L FWD 8 PSGR: Is this a good price? [family_man4]
Nov 10, 2012 (11:33 pm)
Try carwoo and submit to various dealers and you can get a better sense. If your OTD price comes out a little less than their MSRP. That's prob a good place to start, but try to negotiate lower.