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Dec 15, 2012 (3:38 pm)
Anyone bought Prius c ll recently in wa state area ? I am getting $19,685 + tax +doc fee+ lic fees . Is this a good offer or not ?
#12089 of 12176 Re: 2013 Sienna XLE FWD [dschwarz1]
Dec 19, 2012 (10:28 am)
Can you please tell me what is the name of the dealer you got the good deal like this?
#12090 of 12176 Car price
Dec 19, 2012 (11:56 am)
Hi all, can anyone tell me what is a fair price to pay for a 2013 Toyota XLE equipped with Entune Navigation and Blind Spot Monitor in Southern California?
#12091 of 12176 Re: Car price [mrtnl]
Dec 19, 2012 (3:29 pm)
Hi, I should make the clarification to my previous question that the car I was referring to is the 2013 Toyota Sienna XLE equipped with Entune Navigation and Blind Spot Monitor.
I hope to hear back for someone soon. =)
#12092 of 12176 2011/ 2012 Sienna LE v6 Certified price paid
Dec 23, 2012 (9:48 pm)
First I apologize if this is out of topic or not wrong forum. My first post. First time Sienna Owner.
I just purchased 2011 Sienna LE v6 Certified with 18K mile used off lease Sienna, remaining factory warranty, and 7yr/ 100K powertrain with toyota 1.9% apr offer. Paid $22,100 for the car + fees.
Other best certified deal was $20,500+ fees for the 45K mile formal rental driven Sienna that I passed.
I want to get your opinion to see how I did on this deal.
Did I got a good deal?
#12093 of 12176 Re: 2011/ 2012 Sienna LE v6 Certified price paid [ecdest2]
Dec 24, 2012 (3:41 pm)
Thank you for your reply. It sounds like the deal you got was pretty good. The car you got was certified though, correct?
As for my question, I am referring to a new 2013 Sienna XLE with the navigation package with Entune and a blind spot monitor. I was quoted a price of 33,620 which if about $3,100 off of MSRP. With taxes and fees for Los Angeles County, that came out to be about $37,000. Do you think that is a good price and deal for this vehicle?
#12094 of 12176 Re: 2011/ 2012 Sienna LE v6 Certified price paid [mrtnl]
Dec 24, 2012 (3:51 pm)
Yes, I got certified from the dealer. It just came in from the early lease termination. It was very less mile on it (18000). It has remaining factory warranty + 100k/7yr powertrain as per toyota certifieds...
#12095 of 12176 Re: 2011/ 2012 Sienna LE v6 Certified price paid [ecdest2]
Dec 26, 2012 (3:23 pm)
I think you that you a got a pretty good deal on your car. So congratulations on your purchase. I am sure you will enjoy the car for many years to come.
I decided to buy the 2013 Sienna that I discussed about. I believe that the deal I received was pretty good to. You think?
Happy New year to you and your family!
#12096 of 12176 2013 Toyota Sienna with entertainment package
Dec 26, 2012 (5:43 pm)
I just got a quote from a dealer in washington for the 2013 toyota sienna AWD with entertainment package and navigation with entune for $38,600 + tax and fees. Is this a good price? how much lower shoud i go.
I also have a quote for a 2013 toyota sienna FWD xle with nothing on it for $32000 + tax. Can anyone give me some advice on the pricing. Thanks
#12097 of 12176 Re: 2013 Toyota Sienna with entertainment package [car4family]
Dec 26, 2012 (6:26 pm)
I don't know what's the sales tax in Washington is, but here in Southern California, I just purchased a 2013 Sienna FWD XLE with navigation with Entune and blind spot monitor and a few other miscellaneous accessories for about $33,600 plus sales tax, for an OTD price of around $37,000.
The quote you got for a 2013 Sienna XLE with no options, maybe a bit much because the dealer's invoice for this vehicle should just be around $31,000, if not less. So if you are just going for the base 2013 Sienna XLE model, you should try to get the price down lower than $32,000. You should start around $31,000 and maybe go up a few more hundred dollars for the dealer as its profit but not as high as $32,000.
As for the 2013 Sienna AWD, do you really need AWD? But if you are going to go with this vehicle, I think you should start from the XLE base at $31,000 and add about $4,000-$5,000 for the AWD and the entertainment package and Entune navigation. So that should only take the price up to around $35,000-$36,000 before taxes. The quote of $38,6000 maybe a little high. That would be my suggestion.
Good luck and let me know how you did and which vehicle you selected.