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#377 of 407 September 2011 MF and residuals on Sienna XLE
Sep 01, 2011 (3:07 pm)
Car-man, long time listener, first time caller
I am looking for the September 2011 MF and residual value on a Sienna XLE and Limited, both FWD. Southern California and Tier 1+.
Thanks in advance for any help you can provide!
#378 of 407 Toyota Sienna lease question ?
Sep 07, 2011 (7:24 am)
I live in Madison and planning to lease Sienna for 36 months/ 12 k miles. LE V6 /8 seat(includes mats and security alarm dealer additions 400$ or so + 750 Doc fee)
Here is what I was offered ¡V Final price 290,098 - $ 750 (lease discount).
Monthly payment is 350 + 30 (tax)= $380
Residual factor after 3 yrs around 18,200. MF = 0.0010
3 years bumper to bumper guarantee. 2 years /25 k free maintenance, includes road side assistance.
Please let me know if it is good deal ? Or Is there still place for bargain , and how should I bargain ƒº
There are only two Toyota dealers in Madison, both are giving the same price.
#379 of 407 Re: XLE AWD [Car_man]
Sep 09, 2011 (8:06 am)
Can you post the Residual Value and Cost of Money for a 2011 Sienna LX, purchased in NY (14221).
3 Years / 36,000 miles
Oct 15, 2011 (6:26 pm)
Anybody know the MF/RV on a Sienna SE 2011 or 2012....
california... so cal, vs no cal.
#381 of 407 XLE +- Nav
Dec 29, 2011 (2:34 pm)
I am trying to decie on a lease before the current incentive runs out.
For 36k miles/36 months.
1. XLE, without any add-ons: With nothing down and taxes/tilte included in payment, I have an offer for 480/month , with first month's payment $480 due at signing.
2. XLE + Nav (no DVD): same assumption as above and $580/month.
Nav only is adding about $100 month.
#382 of 407 Re: XLE +- Nav [bizzie]
Dec 29, 2011 (3:14 pm)
nav not worth $3600 IMO.
#383 of 407 Re: XLE +- Nav [lxowner2]
Dec 30, 2011 (8:54 am)
How does the deal look without the nav?
#384 of 407 Re: XLE +- Nav [bizzie]
Dec 30, 2011 (9:12 am)
At 17K for the 3 years, it sounds good.
When I was looking to lease the Limited AWD with nav and dvd, they were offering me about $620 per month including tax. But $140 per month extra with all the extra bells and whistles for a Limited seems to make sense relative to your other deal on the XLE with nav only for an additional $100 per month.
The other thing I noticed is that the XLE and the Limited have a similar range between the selling price and the residual (which is what you are paying for in the lease payments), so it was literally only about $10 more per month to get the Limited. You should have them show you those numbers to make an informed decision.
#385 of 407 Re: XLE +- Nav [lxowner2]
Dec 31, 2011 (5:11 pm)
I received another offer (from out of the area) for XLE 36/36k lease for $420/month (only 1st month due at inception).
Also the price to buy is the lowest as well at 31,750 (including all fees+floormats+roof rack cross bars).
These are the best numbers I have received or read about so will decide on Monday.
I will not get the factory Nav but may install an aftermarket nav, not sure yet.
#386 of 407 Lease Details on 8-passenger XLE (V6, FWD)
Apr 27, 2012 (10:37 am)
Like many others, I'm extremely glad to have found this site and really appreciate so many people taking the time to offer their input, advice, and expertise.
I'm in southern California and looking to lease a 2012 Sienna XLE, 8-passenger, V6, FWD (with rear seat entertainment). Hoping the experts here can provide the money factor and residual on a 36-month, 12,000 miles per year lease?
Additionally, would love to hear the details about the best deals others have negotiated off sticker for this (or a similar) vehicle?
Gotta love the internet when it's working for good. Appreciate any and all help to come! Cheers.