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2013 and Earlier - Toyota Sienna Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • beernutbeernut Posts: 329
    28 miles on it so far, and I love it! Let's hope I can still say that after 100,000 more.

    2006 LE7, Package 3 with mats, sill protectors and locking lug-nutz for $24k flat (+TT&L).

    I think I got great deal.
  • pamela4pamela4 Posts: 1
    That does seem like a great deal! Where are you located? I am trying to work a deal in the northeast with AWD version!

    Thanks,
    Pam
  • beernutbeernut Posts: 329
    Northern Virginia. The dealer I bought from is Miller Toyota, Manassas, Virginia. millertoyota.com.

    Also check the inventories at fitzmall.com (Maryland) and ourismantoyota.com (Virginia). Miller will deal. Ourisman may not. They like to cry about how you are taking food out of their children's mouths.
  • jamesdujamesdu Posts: 6
    looking for sienna LE with either #2 or #4

    called all the dealers within 100 miles, the best I can get on #2 is $24400 with 0% finance

    #4 is $25700 with 0% finance

    really don't know what to do? is these prices a go? I like the 0 finance, but not sure about the price...

    Any advice will be appreciated.

    James
  • I believe there is a choice between $750-$1000 rebate (depending on region) and 0% financing. So that's a relatively good deal. I wasn't even able to find an LE with package #4.
  • pete_rocpete_roc Posts: 11
    Is the 0% financing region dependent? I viewed the finance tab for my region (So. California) but no mention of any financing.

    Pete
  • gf2020gf2020 North of BostonPosts: 43
    I just started looking in to pricing for the LE AWD with Package #2. MSRP is $30,540, invoice is $27,440, less the $1000 rebate.

    I have received one quote so far for $25,900. Can I do better?

    Thanks!
  • ramohioramohio Irvine CAPosts: 15
    $25900 is great, over $500 below invoice...Can the price get much better? Maybe ask for free oil changes...
  • jbrscotjbrscot Posts: 5
    Which dealer was this from? I am looking for the same model/package. I was quoted $28900 from Boch Toyota South. They didn't really seem like they wanted to sell it. MSRP was $30754, their invoice was $27975... I offered $500 below invoice with the 0% financing.
  • gsjivgsjiv Posts: 18
    Had a great experience (after several horrible ATL dealers) at Toyota Mall of GA - got an XLE with package 2, leather, mats, toyoguard for $29,500 before t,t et al - $32,160 final drive out

    threw in cargo net and got the deal for care for $370 which sounded good - great dealer facility incoluding massages and cafe and playroom

    sound pretty good - love the car
  • jgray3jgray3 Posts: 3
    Here's my quote on an 06 XLE Limited with option pkg 1...$33,122 +T/T/PF. OTD price in VA is 34516, this includes a 1K rebate and $900 dealer discount...how did I do...should I commit? Also would I be better off buying an after market DVD rather than spending the $1,500 for the factory unit?
  • gf2020gf2020 North of BostonPosts: 43
    That was from Internet Sales at Boch in Norwood.
  • ajaybarveajaybarve Posts: 2
    I am trying to find an XLE with DVD & NAV and I am having such a hard time. I really dont want to buy an odyssey but I may have to. Every dealer in Dallas Fort Worth seems to have only XLE With DVD.
  • dmichdmich Posts: 11
    Has anyone heard what rebates or if any, Toyota will be offering after 7/5/06? I noticed that back east the rebates end 6/30/06 and out west they end 7/5/06. I'm in AZ.
  • beernutbeernut Posts: 329
    My dealer told me July rebates are a maybe. It will depend on inventory. He also said that IF they continue, they MAY go down to 750 or 500. I knew my purchase was within weeks, so I took the 1000.
  • If you're in the market for an LE in the DC area, check the internet pricing on the Miller Toyota (Manassas) website. They have two Package 3 vans (nautical blue and white) for 22,991+268 processing+TTL. This deal includes the $1000 rebate, but not the college rebate. Incredible!

    Manassas is not particularly close to our house, and neither blue or white are in our top two color choices, so we took their web posting and did e-mail and face-to-face negotiations with several dealers closer to us. Here are the other offers we have: (1) exact price match; (2) 22,991+99 processing fee (max fee in MD); and (3) 23,200+289 processing at another VA dealer.

    Good luck!
  • By the way, prices listed above include freight.
  • jchan2jchan2 Posts: 4,956
    Pretty much the only way to get a XLE Pkg. 8 is to special order one. A dealer in my area had one at one point but it was sold within days.

    Your other option is to look into a Limited Pkg. 2 or 3, but those are also quite hard to find.

    Try looking in areas outside of your region.

    Siennas with Navigation are a rare find...
  • jaychancejaychance Posts: 1
    Will you be kind enough to list the dealer's names if you already bought your Sienna?

    Thanks!
  • Sure, I was going to do this write-up anyway.

    Koons Tysons Toyota: 23,200+289 processing
    Coleman Toyota: 22,991+99 processing
    Fitzgerald Toyota: 23,181+99 processing

    Also, Springfield Toyota said they may be able to do $23,200, but they didn't give us a firm e-mail committment.

    Koons believed the Miller quote (they must compete with Miller quite a bit), but Coleman and Fitzgerald were suspicious. Coleman checked the VIN to make sure that it hadn't been dropped off the truck or something, but they were satisfied that it was a good deal.

    Coleman offered their deal on a specific in-stock vechicle in a color that we liked. However, if we had asked for a DX for our first choice color, it would have cost $500 more. Also, Coleman will not provide you with a written quote.

    We went with Fitzgerald for the following reasons: more convenient location, more colors in stock, our perception that it would be a hassle-free experience (not totally the case). They weren't happy, but they matched it. They wouldn't do the 150% price guarantee because we only had an e-mail quote and website printout from Miller. In order to do the 150%, they require a buyer's order signed by a manager at the competing dealership. This RARELY happens (they admitted this), so just don't set yourself off for disappointment by expecting them to honor the 150% with an electronic quote.

    There were also some dealerships that thought we were nuts. Just to be clear, the quote does not include the $400 college rebate (which some dealers will claim must be the case), and it does include the destination/freight charge.

    Let me know if you need more info. These are definitely end of the month specials, but perhaps they'll be extended through the holiday??

    Also, make sure you check the Toyota Camry boards for good info on Toyota extended warranty pricing. The prices quoted by Fitz and DarCars of Silver Spring were high.
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