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#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.
#387 of 407 CarMan - Lease Rates & Residual Please
May 02, 2012 (3:43 pm)
Could you plese post the lease rate and residual for a 2012 Sienna XLE FWD for 15,000 miles for both 36 and 39 months.
thanks in advance !!!
#388 of 407 Re: CarMan - Lease Rates & Residual Please [tga01]
May 02, 2012 (9:17 pm)
36 Month is $19313 (Standard mileage) and $19977 (low).
I'd never imagine these residuals wouldn't take into account major upgrades, like NAV and ENT packages, but they don't. Same values from base to fully-loaded.
#389 of 407 MF and residual on 2012 LE AWD?
May 03, 2012 (8:45 pm)
My main man, the car man,
Can you please post the MF and residual on a 2012 LE AWD with 12k/year for 36 months. I know they have $750 in incentives right now but working on finding the best payment.
Thank you for you wonderful service to all of us. I have used edmunds to help lease around 10 vehicles and it's now a pleasure rather than a pain to go through the process.
Best to you for improving the world,
#390 of 407 Car_Man - Lease Rate and Residual percentage
May 09, 2012 (3:56 pm)
Could you plese post the lease rate and residual factor for a 2012 Sienna XLE FWD for 15,000 miles for both 36 and 39 months.
thanks in advance !!!
#391 of 407 Sienna XLE w Nav lease
Jun 19, 2012 (6:58 pm)
Hi -- I am looking at a 2012 Sienna XLE with Nav, and really would love the current lease rates that are being offered in Southern California. I feel blind can't find any of the mf or residual numbers! Thanks in advance!
#392 of 407 Re: Sienna XLE w Nav lease [boxcar1971]
Jun 19, 2012 (10:14 pm)
Forgot to mention I am looking at 36 months and 15K or 18K miles. Thanks!
#393 of 407 Re: Lease Details on 8-passenger XLE (V6, FWD) [richlymade]
Jul 06, 2012 (11:18 am)
I'm in SoCal too! Just leased a Sienna Limited at the end of June from the dealership in Tustin. They had a promotion going on for their Siennas in stock. 0.00001 money factor on the lease with a $22,808 residual.
My Sienna Limited FWD had a sticker of almost $45k, with NAV, the superwide DVD, crossbar racks, and the standard stuff like dual moonroofs, La-Z-Boy 2nd row seats, power 3rd row folding. Since it was the last day of the month and they really need to make the sale, we decided we could live with the color (wanted blizzard pearl but out of the colors on the lot only gray mica would work for us), if we got a substantial discount.
Their initial offer was to lease it at $43.5k "sales price" plus TTL, and taking our trade-in at $6500 resulting in a $493/mo lease payment. Assuming we made all our payments and bought it for the residual price in 3 years, our total of payments including the trade-in would be $46.5k That wasn't going to happen, so we negotiated the price down to $38 even, got $8k for the trade, and our lease payment is $308/mo for 36 months and 36,000 miles. So in 3 years if we purchase at the residual price our total outlay would be $33.5k in payments plus $8k from our trade-in, which is $41.5k for the van, Plus sales tax on the residual portion, but that would be the same in any lease situation.
I can live with a $308/mo lease payment on this fantastic car, and I'm so happy I got rid of my Expedition and 12MPG. We didn't get laser cruise control; not sure how well that would work on our SoCal freeways, and no HID's or Xenon's or whatever the fancy headlights are. I'm fine with that, though. Hope you can get your Sienna soon, too. I was really surprised at the low money factor, they also offered the promotional purchase financing at 0.9%APR if we wanted to go that route.