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2013 and Earlier - Toyota Sienna Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • dhishidhishi Posts: 4
    I got my 08 LE $3K below MSRP looks like yours too is similar.
  • Are there any active cash back programs that are currently active on 2008 Sienna? Any help will be apppreciated
  • hause7hause7 Posts: 153
    I am not sure, but in my area Sacramento,CA this weekend you can get an 08 LE for $23,400, they have like 20 in stock.
  • no cash back, but following APR on 2008 Sienna.
    3.9% APR for 36 months
    4.9% APR for 48 months
    5.9% APR for 60 months
  • Now that sounds like a really good deal!!
    I just cannot see spending 40K on one of these ?!?!?
  • svofan2svofan2 Posts: 440
    I just picked my Sienna this morning (Limited AWD,evp#1 and towing packge) the only I bout extra was the tire insurance,since the run flat tires acn be VERY expensive.That added another $10 a month on my lease and I think is worth it (remember no spare!) also covers the wheels....
  • Hi..I am in Central NJ and just wondering HOW you got this deal! What was the MSRP?...I have a lease on an 04 ( which was somewhat disappointed with little things going wrong ) and am debating an Odyssey or (GASP!) the Caravan or T&C with the new 2nd row swivel seats...Haven't bought American yet.....TIA
  • madhuvmadhuv Posts: 2
    Hello All:
    what is the best price to pay for it fully loaded ( Guesstimate) is fine.
    I tried to configure one by one pkgs and missing lot of stuff.
    any help
  • svofan2svofan2 Posts: 440
    Try Glen Toyota )David Geyer business manager, can be very helpful ,very nice people all around,willing to work with prospective will be worth your while..what do you have to loose?...I was very happy...Toyota Sienna great van..
  • Oh, my van is FWD, not the AWD. I figured that in the plains, I won't need the AWD. Hmmm, so I got the 8 yards, not 9. Guess we needed the minivan because we need some vehicle to carry 4 adults and 2 infants in carseat around.

    Good to see so many people are jumping on the bandwagon of XLE Limited - I didnt want to be one sore thumb sticking out - M.S.
  • We have 4 adults and 2 infants in car seat in a 7-seater Sienna. Where should we put the car seats, and why?

    Our initial thoughts - move the 2nd row right pass seat to the center, to have easy access to 3rd row. Then, we tried 2 configurations - (A=adult, B=baby, top=vehicle front)

    Conf #1:

    Conf #2:

    With Conf #1, it is easier to put the car seats in, but adults have no easy access to babies. On the plus side, you dont need to fold any seat for getting into 3rd row.

    With Conf #2, an adult can reach each baby to stick in a pacifier, but we have to fold the seat and climb into the van to put the car seat in the 3rd row.

    We also tried Conf $3 briefly -

    Now the A in the 3rd row is complaining with a feeling of being unable to get out of the car all by herself. We still need to fold the seat to get the car seat in. So far Conf #2 is what everyone is OK with. Any other suggestions?

    Hosts: Please move the post to an appropriate forum if this is not the right place. Thank you, - M.S.
  • nmh3nmh3 Posts: 2
    Thanks M.S.,
    Your post is very helpful. I am deciding between the usual suspects (Odessey & Sienna). I am in Dallas too and would like to know which dealers you visited. I understand disclosing dealer names is acceptable in this forum. Appreciate your help.


  • HELLO!I have been to 2 dealerships in SoCal one guy pushy and annoying BUT without knowing my credit said he could get me lease for $350, the other guy ran the credit and said $480 leased with 12K when I said no that i wanted less and more miles said no I was going to walk out then another guy came around said he would see what he can do after much bs finally got 420 but as we were going to sign says that only 12K I said no we discussed with other guy and said 15K got in my car and they running after us said OK We still left because I got sick from all this anxiety and pressure sales pitches BUT now I am worried because I originally wanted $400 payments and they said no way with my credit so why did they go to $420 from almost $500 PLEASE help me tell me if I can get a lease of $400 or better with poor credit BUT have great income and am rebuilding my credit after a BAD last 4 years. I need ADVICE soon I need to lease soon or should I wait till November will there be more deals then. HELPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!!!!!!
  • Hello NH,

    Dealer A: Pat Lobb Toyota in McKinney, TX.
    Take US75 North from Dallas, as you enter McKinney, you can see the dealership to your left. Take the 1st exit (I think ElDorado Pkwy), and make the double 270 turns to get on SB access road.

    Dealer B: Toyota of Plano, 1001 Preston, 75093.
    Take Preston Road North. After you cross Pres George Bush Turnpike, the dealership is to your left. Basically, NW corner of Preston and PGBT. If you need the sales person details, send me a private e-mail.

    For Honda, I visited Lute Riley Honda in Richardson (on SB US-75 between Arapaho and Campbell) and Frisco Honda at the crossing of US121 and Dallas North Tollway (N-W corner).

    Hope this helps. Good luck on your car shopping, - M.S.
  • Where are you located and did you have a good FICA score, average or poor just curious because I want to lease my Sienna LE 2008 and only has DVD (the large size) that is it nothing else oh yeah the 2 sliding doors and they are being really .... on price. I walked out and they called saying they would do 9 dollars less and that was it it had to be done deal I feel like I am being stiffed AM I????
  • I am located in the Dallas area, and yes, I do have good credit score. Having said that, I wouldn't know whats a fair deal on leasing a Sienna LE. Personally I think leasing is a waste of money, but thats my opinion. Good luck in your car shopping, - M.S.
  • luckylouluckylou Posts: 308
  • siennamisiennami Posts: 116
    Your lease deal sounds much better than mine and than others that I've seen. Of course no one can tell you what to do, ultimately you must make that decision. Some will tell you that leasing is a bad idea, but sometimes depending on the company, you might convert to a conventional loan. The prices that you've mentioned don't sound that terrible. Keep working on those salespeople until you get the deal that you want and need!

    Best wishes!
  • A reporter seeks to talk with owners and serious shoppers of the 2007 or 2008 Toyota Sienna who are also parents. If you are interested in commenting on your experience, please reply to no later than Thursday, November 15, 2007 and include your city and state of residence as well as the age of your child/ren.

    Thanks for your consideration,
    Jeannine Fallon
    Corporate Communications
    Edmunds Inc.

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  • I need help! I'm looking at buying this in the next 2 weeks. I'm sooo lost! I'm a truck girl so this is a BIG change for me!

    Looking at the Toyota 2007 LE. The one main option I know I want is the sliding doors on both sides being power. I do not care for the entertainment system of DVD. What option am I looking at going with for the sliding doors being power? I also live in suburbs of Chicago, so will the snow be an issue???? Please any help is appreciated!

    Jan :confuse:
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