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2013 and Earlier - Toyota Sienna Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • dgrebdgreb Posts: 51
    Hi

    Has anyone ever purchased the Toyota Care Plus extended maintenance plans? If so for how long and how much was it.

    Does anyone else have an opinion on these. Can I purchase it from any dealer? What if I move away?

    Thanks
  • arasheedarasheed Posts: 1
    I got this quote from a dealer in NJ.

    Sticker $39,719
    Asking Price $35,018

    Is this a good deal? Please help me

    2013 5 Door 7 Passenger Van V6 XLE AWD
    XLE PREMIUM NAVIGATION PKG W/ENTUNE -inc: 6.1
    Options:
    ALL-WEATHER FLOOR MATS (N/A w/Z1 or Z3 Preferred Accessory Pkg) (PPO)
    ROOF RACK CROSS BARS (PPO)
    DOOR EDGE GUARDS (PPO)
    MUDGUARDS (PPO)
    REMOTE ENGINE STARTER (PPO)
    ALLOY WHEEL LOCKS (PPO)
    STANDARD PAINT
  • james1389james1389 Posts: 2
    edited April 2013
    Just want to share my price.

    Im in MD, Howard County.

    2013 Sienna xle FWD, 8 seats with Entertainment package ).

    The entertainment package does not have blind spot monitor. it only has Nav system plus rear DVD player.

    Plus some of little accessories, such as roof rack and wheel lock.

    $35,000 car price, 0 % apr. + $2100 all fees + dealer charge = $37100. OTD.

    compare the price with Toyota website, listed $38,837, about $3,800 below.

    Please advise me.
  • dnatdnat Posts: 3
    Got a quote for xle for 29900. Is it a good price? It seems odyssey ex-l can be bought at the same price, but odyssey's MSRP is 2K higher.
  • One dealer, I cannot remember which one, but they offered me $29,000 for basic xle, pluse all fees of course.
  • zzmmmommyzzmmmommy Posts: 12
    I am looking to either lease a Sienna XLE or Odyssey - just curious what some lease deals are being offered. I have the Sienna now but my lease is up, so I am trying to decide which car to get next (either Sienna or Odyssey). This would be my 4th Sienna, I am going to see which car would give me a better deal. Any ideas?
    I have the XLE with Nav and Sunroof - no TV and I pay $515, I am hoping to stay the same or even lower.
  • dgrebdgreb Posts: 51
    I think you should aim for 5500-6000 off msrp. I have a quote for a basic XLE for 29700
  • dgrebdgreb Posts: 51
    You can probably get an 1000 off that. Email other local dealers and ask them to beat that price. Always ask for the Out Of The Door price so you are comparing apples to apples
  • lilmrskiplilmrskip Posts: 3
    edited April 2013
    Haggling with the dealer...but still walked out. Waiting for them to call Monday with an even better offer.
    Ltd AWD Blizzard Pearl with premium and convenience pkg including carpeted floor mats.
    MSRP $48,040
    Selling me it for $42,550
    Out the door with tax, title, lic $46,100
    In IL...tax is a killer!!

    Good Deal? He tells me he's under invoice by a lot.
  • mtoddmtodd Posts: 1
    Seems pretty good to me. We just got the same car w/out Entune. Sticker was $37,500; we paid $34,100. I'm going to try and source an aftermarket radio that does exactly the same thing. No entertainment system for us though.

    Got mine from Mo Garcia, LIA Toyota of Wilbraham. Great price.
  • lilmrskiplilmrskip Posts: 3
    Ended up paying $41,900 before tax title lic. Very happy with our negotiating and even more happy with the new van :-)
  • Sale price $29,412
    Fees $ 419.75
    Taxes $ 2654.28
    Total $ 32486.03

    This what the dealer gave me. This LE has navigation + anti theft immobilizer + carpet floor mats + roof rack cross bars.

    Please guide me, it seems here everyone is getting a good deal!
  • zzmmmommyzzmmmommy Posts: 12
    Anyone recently lease a Sienna - can you share your monthly payment and car? Thanks!
  • mysinmysin Posts: 2
    Just got the following deal in bay area, ca
    2013 Sienna LE 8 PAX
    MSRP: 31545
    Sale Price: 27532 (before $1500 rebate)
    OTD Price: 28775

    When and Where is the best time/place to get ToyotaCare Plus preferably 5yr/55k miles?
  • reg5_27reg5_27 Posts: 1
    I am also looking for the same vehicle. Which dealer you worked with in Bay area? Thanks.
  • mysinmysin Posts: 2
    I got it in Dublin Toyota.
  • pearliegirlpearliegirl Posts: 38
    edited May 2013
    $36,900

    How is this for an offer? This does not include the $750 cash back rebate.
    They also threw in cross bars, the Sirius XM receiver, and an extra set of headphones.

    How is this deal???

    Thanks!
  • snow26snow26 Posts: 24
    What is the msrp of the vehicle? What state, city are you in? Thanks
  • njkennjken Posts: 2
    I just got a first offer of $30659 for an XLE. Hoping to get it down to around $29000. No AWD, no dvd or nav system. So I guess if those options are worth 7K or more, then it's a good deal.
  • yashyash Posts: 10
    Just got in the game of asking for quotes. This is the best quote i got from carwoo so far (nor cal area)

    5 Door 8-Pass Van V6 XLE FWD
    XLE PREMIUM NAVIGATION PKG W/ENTUNE
    ROOF RACK CROSS BARS (PPO)
    CARPET FLOOR MATS W/DOOR SILL PROTECTORS (PPO)
    ALLOY WHEEL LOCKS (PPO)

    Sticker: $36,672
    Offered price : $31,927 +TTL

    OTD price : $35,056

    what do you guys think?
  • yashyash Posts: 10
    yeap...age old minivan v/s SUV question with specific models though...

    Have you guys compared 2013 Toyota Sienna XLE w/ Entune V/S 2013 Buick Enclave Leather group w/navi? what are your thoughts and winning/losing points for each cars?

    The price for the Buick is almost $10k steeper which itself is a factor to me, honestly. However, the inside quality of materials and outside looks of the Buick is pretty slick too.

    I test drove Sienna and odyssey and frankly didnt like either. So i am grudgingly looking at SUV (Buick and Infinity Jx) but not sure about anything anymore.

    ~confused!
  • njkennjken Posts: 2
    Just got a lease for $345 month for 36 months. $2200 down with $1500 incentive from toyota on a 2013 XLE.
  • jarfujarfu Posts: 1
    Price paid: $33,423 + (7% tax + $299 doc + $7.5 tire fee + NJ reg.) - $700 toyota rebate for financing though Toyota Motor Credit :)

    Pretty satisfied with it. Over $4,600 below MSRP. Great salesperson (20 min done deal) with great finance guy (no push for ext. warranty AT ALL).

    MSRP $37,409 (INCL. DESTINATION)
    SIENNA XLE 3.5L AWD 7 PSGR
    Model: 5376
    Year: 2013
    Interior Color: LIGHT GRAY LEATHER
    Exterior Color: PREDAWN GRAY MICA

    Optional Equipment
    Carpet Floor Mats/Door Sill Protector
    Mudguard
    Roof Rack Cross Bars
  • v4victoryv4victory Posts: 1
    hi,

    i got sienna xle fwd 8 passenger
    premium package w/entune
    entertainment package
    roof rails
    remote start
    sill protector

    he gave me quote of 35700+tax 7%+ttl

    and i said i wont this car on road for 35000 and he denied.

    wht you think i can settle at
  • jlkhjlkh Posts: 12
    I am looking at the same vehicle, but the dealer wont come near that price. Can you tell me where you got this deal???
  • lilmrskiplilmrskip Posts: 3
    Hi, I know we did get a heck of a deal...way below invoice. Im about 30 miles south of Chicago. Purchased from Planet Toyota. Just kept haggling and walked out twice ;-)
  • Can you provide some details on the lease.
    I only see a Toyota lease offer on LE for 269/mo from toyota no incentive.
    Is you lease from Toyota?
    Did you get excess wear and tear coverage?
  • rlmiller9rlmiller9 Posts: 48
    is this on a sienna?
    Where are you seeing this deal, how much down?
    Ray
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  • sbpceap1sbpceap1 Posts: 5
    Summary: Purchased 2013 Sienna LE FWD 8 Passenger in NY/NJ area for $27430. + standard add on fees such as destination fees, license, taxes, etc.

    Sought internet prices from dealers listed through Edmunds. None committed to any firm price; very evasive. Some wouldn't give any price at all, trying just to lure me into showroom. This is disappointing, because it defeats the purpose of internet pricing. My policy is only to visit dealers who give a price.
    I notice that so many are purchasing XLE, but I was trading in an Odyssey LX that I bought based on Honda's good reputation. The Sienna LE had more features than an upgraded 2003 Odyssey EX when I last shopped for a minivan. That said, I am turned off to Honda minivans with their reputation for transmission problems and their 6 cylinder deactivation engine design and its problems. This time, I would have purchased a Dodge Grand Caravan before another Odyssey.
    The Sienna LE has more than enough bells and whistles for me. I would have gotten the "L" Sienna except I hate vehicles without privacy glass.
    Sansone Toyota in NJ ignored my requests for a price, asking me the same questions over and over. Plaza Toyota in Brooklyn doesn't have a great reputation, but they treated me respectfully and their price was very close to my recent purchase price, maybe better. Manfredi Toyota on Staten Island, NY, is supposedly participating in the Costco Auto Purchase program, but they never even contacted me. I didn't pursue them because of their dismal reputation.
    So I gave the benefit of a doubt to Rt. 22 Toyota in Hillside, NJ, based on their higher Edmunds rating. Rt 22 Toyota who finally offered the above price, but beat me up on my trade-in. I believe I could have gotten a better price, but in all honesty I didn't want to keep visiting Toyota dealerships. With the exception of All American Ford in NJ (who were impressive), I have never had a dealership be straightforward.
    I believe the Sienna to be the best made minivan, certainly better than the Odyssey, but I don't know if it's $10,000 better than a Dodge Grand Caravan. I used to own the Chrysler minivan, and it gave me better, longer service than my Honda Odyssey. That said, I believe that Toyota's Sienna will give me the best service of all. Time will tell. Good luck, everyone. Keep helping each other out here, to help level the playing field between car buyers and unscrupulous dealers.
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