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#18 of 47 Re: 2011 Toyota Sienna SE Purchase Advice Needed [gwrace1]
Jul 27, 2010 (6:38 pm)
I am looking in the central florida area for the 2011 SE and got a internet price close to 32,500 but without tax/etc and that was without stepping foot in the dealership or discussing my trade. I have heard some people getting invoice or below invoice in other states but does anyone know how much more wiggle room I have for them to decrease.
MSRP was 35 and change with the few options. However, I still want a DVD to be added.
#19 of 47 Re: 2011 Toyota Sienna SE Purchase Advice Needed [gwrace1]
Jul 27, 2010 (6:54 pm)
Did you tell them what you wanted to pay first? What state was this? I am in Central FL.
#20 of 47 Re: 2011 Toyota Sienna SE Purchase Advice Needed [westmomof3]
Jul 27, 2010 (8:17 pm)
We are located in Texas but I could not get the towing package here on the SE via Gulf State distributors. I used truecar.com to locate dealers outside the GSR and found the best prices in MN, GA and MD. We ended up purchasing from Jay Toyota in Columbus, GA. They had just received one in the color we wanted with 3 miles on the clock. It had options I did not want. (Toyoguard) The SE that we bought had an MSRP of $35357 with options that included FE , MR, SP, TO, FP5, PVFC8, TWAS2, XY7. Selling price before TTL was $31338.00. We paid them $500 on top of this number to ship via transport to Texas. We completed titling paperwork today and expect to take delivery later this week. It took several weeks of searching and a lot of hard work to score this deal. The last time I looked this dealer still had a white and silver SE on the lot.
#21 of 47 2011 SE price in Pennsylvania
Aug 17, 2010 (6:09 am)
Just put the deposit on a 2011 SE in Gray Mica with:
SE Preferred Package
Power Tilt/Slide Moonroof with Sunshade
Towing Prep Option:
Carpet Floor Mats/Door Sill Protector
MSRP was $34,299, I paid $31,142. I feel like I got a good deal.
Hope this helps someone else negotiate a good deal. I purchased mine from Del Toyota in Thorndale, PA. Worked with the Internet Sales Manager Joe Cocuzza and would highly recommend him. Negotiation was very painless.
#22 of 47 Re: 2011 SE price in Pennsylvania [dadof2plusdog]
Sep 22, 2010 (1:08 pm)
What does the towing prep package include? Hitch? I just ordered my SE. It's arriving in Oct.
#23 of 47 Re: 2011 SE price in Pennsylvania [kennho11]
Sep 24, 2010 (7:59 am)
I love my SE it is so much fun to drive, congrats!! What color did you get?
The towing prep package doesn't include a hitch (makes no sense right), it does include transmission cooler, something special about the radiator and the wiring harness for towing. I asked them about the hitch at the dealer and they told me it would be available in Jan/Feb 2011. I will probably get one added then.
Enjoy the Swagger Wagon!!
#24 of 47 Re: 2011 SE price in Pennsylvania [dadof2plusdog]
Sep 24, 2010 (6:38 pm)
Silver..Can't wait to see it....
My price is around $32K in California. Can't find any dealer better than this in Bay area.
Sep 26, 2010 (12:13 am)
Paid 31,100 for ours about 2 weeks ago here in San Diego..... Moonroof, Power Tailgate, SE Preferred Package, Tow Prep.....
Thus far our SE has been a blast. We've managed to rack up over 1,000 in a week! Our previous van was a 2007 Honda Odyssey, traded in with 97k miles. If it weren't for the transmission software upgrade, which caused our Odyssey to shudder between 45 and 70 mph, we'd still have it.
I say between the Odyssey and the Sienna SE, the two are rather similar. The Sienna seems to have a larger interior. Handling wise, the Odyssey provides better feel but the SE seems to stick better (I think this may be due in large part to the tire selection). Torque, the Sienna is noticeably better. We like the more aggressive design of the Sienna. One of the first thing we noticed is that the Sienna stays on the "ECO" mode longer then the Odyssey. Fuel economy is better in the Sienna and it's quieter then the Odyssey. The side doors open wider in the Sienna and the doors don't stop short of full open like they do in the Odyssey when the windows are rolled down. Exterior physical size is about the same as the Odyssey, the Sienna however seems wider. But on the interior the Sienna seem larger, the trunk and the middle row seating is noticeably larger.
What we don't like..... the wide angle mirror is too small. The phonebook of our bluetooth enabled phone doesn't show up on the screen (unlike our other cars with similar feature). Why didn't Toyota make the drop down DVD system, navigation nor the HID headlights available in the SE? The middle row seats are hard to pull forward, perhaps it's still new. It would have been nice if the middle row seats retained their position after being slid forward to allow passengers to get to the back seat. We hope there will be a way retrofit the motorized ability to open and close the rearmost windows like the XLE and the LTD models.
Oct 22, 2010 (12:00 pm)
Hi there. First time poster here...just want to thank all of you for posting your info as I'm looking for a 2011 sienna se. It seems that the best prices posted in this thread are around $31k. I'm just wondering if the prices that everyone is posting is the OTD price? Thanks again to all.
#27 of 47 Re: OTD price? [sketty55]
Oct 24, 2010 (5:35 am)
We love our SE and have gotten many comments on it. I purchased the car in PA but registered it in DE so there was no sales tax. Here are the details of my OTD price:
$31,142.00 - Negotiated Price
1,167.83 - Delaware 3.75% Doc Fee
223.00 - Total All Fees (1 yr registration)
$32,532.83 - OTD Price.
Let me know if you have any questions.