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2014 Toyota Sienna Prices Paid and Buying Experience

Kirstie_HKirstie_H Posts: 10,907
edited January 29 in Toyota
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  • vam3vam3 Posts: 2
    Did any of you buy a new 2014 AWD Sienna Limited in VA. can you please post the price if you have ?
  • pradazpradaz Posts: 3
    No I didn't, I'm in MD, plus I'm in search of 2013
    model instead of 2014. I still have the van on hold.
  • Anyone one negotiate a sienna 2014 awd xle, best price?
  • I am at midwest and I got several quotes on 2014 XLE front wheel drive at around 32k plus tax and doc fee. I have not started the negotiation yet. Is this a good price? What is the reasonable price for this model? Anyone recently bought one?
  • I was in Alexandria Toyota (Jack Taylor Toyota) this weekend for a XLE with Navigation package, I walked out without the car, the offer was $34,850 OTD with 0%, 60 months and $500 bonus cash back for financing through Toyota Financial.

    Then today I want to Lustine Toyota, they wanted $34,488 OTD for the same car, with the same 0%, 60 months and $500 bonus cash back for financing through Toyota Financial, I walked out without the car.

    I prefer to buy it from Alexandria Toyota (Jack Taylor Toyota) if they have the color, and be at $34,488 price. I will try it again this weekend.
  • mastergunnera8mastergunnera8 Posts: 19
    edited December 2013
    Lustine, ugh...Try Tony at Springfield Toyota; He's the used car manager, but a straight shooter...best $ in NOVA...have found better deals in MD, such as Silver Spring Toyota..the MD fees are less..by like $400..But Tonys prices were by far best in NOVA...
  • Can I get better than above?
    30.993 OLD
  • 2014 Sienna XLE FWD
    - Navigation w/Entune (NY)
    Distributor Installed Options (Southeast Toyota Distributors LLC)
    - Rear Bumper Protector (BP3)
    - Cross Bars (CB1)
    - Carpet Mats (PVFC8)
    - ToyoGuard Elite (XT8)
    MSRP: $37657.00
    Internet Price: $33657.00
    Selling Price: $31970.00
    Doc Fee: $599.00
    Taxes (GA TAVT): $2099.17
    Electronic Registration + Tag + Lemon: 70 + 18 + 3
    Total Drive Out: $34759.17

    I had a great experience at Atlanta Toyota in Duluth, GA. It only took me 1 round of negotiating over the phone to get to the selling price. I shopped at 2 other dealers who couldn't come close.

    Through last week, I had primarily shopped Odysseys but switched to Siennas because of a better perceived quality with the engine and transmission, despite my preference for the Odyssey interior and handling.

    Adam
  • I am in the market to buy either a 2014 Toyota Sienna LE or XLE. From what I've seen on the forum it looks like these are the best OTD prices with no add ons:

    LE - $27,900 XLE - $30,600

    What do other people think of these prices. Has anyone done any better?

  • @amnesiacrick said: I am in the market to buy either a 2014 Toyota Sienna LE or XLE. From what I've seen on the forum it looks like these are the best OTD prices with no add ons:

    LE - $27,900 XLE - $30,600

    What do other people think of these prices. Has anyone done any better?

    Where do you see that price for the XLE? Thanks.

  • pradppradp Posts: 1

    Adamfist: Did you get this price (2014 XLE with navigation) with 0% financing or with cash rebate?

  • walterjkwalterjk OhioPosts: 2
    edited January 6

    I purchased a 2014 Toyota Sienna XLE on 12/31/13 at Toyota in Brunswick,Ohio. Did most of my research on this site first to negotiate this deal.

    2014 Toyota Sienna XLE FWD in Predawn Gray w/ Gray interior

    • w/Navigation w/Entune package
    • w/Entertainment package
    • w/Roof Cross Bars
    • w/All Weather Mats

    Sales Price: $36622.60

    • Doc fee $250.00
    • Tax $2488.90
    • Title $15.00
    • Reg $18.50

    -500.00 Rebate (w/0% apr for 60 months)

    Final Price: $38895.00

  • justme520justme520 Posts: 1
    edited January 13

    2014 Sienna SE - Purchased 1/4/14

    • $33,860 - MSRP
    • $330 - Carpet Floormats
    • $850 - PowerTilt / Slide Moonroof w/ Sunshade
    • $860 - Delivery Processing & Handling
    • $35,900 -Total MSRP
    • $32,900 - Our Purchase Price
    • Purchased vehicle using USAA/TrueCar. Received 3 quotes but all dealerships state quote is without the options which increase the price when included. A day after making our purchase another dealer offered the same vehicle & options for $32,527. We are happy with the purchase but I regret we did not negotiate as much as we could have.
  • My experience with TrueCar was nothing positive, not sure if the dealers are to blame but I went to 3 dealers today with printed TrueCar Certificates and none of them has that car in stock or saw for a long while. They all said that the only 2014 AWD Sienna that is available is $4K more and they will not build anything at the TrueCar price. Disappointing to say the least. Looks like dealers are using TrueCar as bait and switch now and trying to upsell like mad. I hope it is only dealers in my area that are scamming customer using TrueCar platform but just keep it in mind. I am back to trusted Costco Auto Program. Will let you know how it goes.

  • duva99duva99 Posts: 1

    I just got out of door price today for 2014 Sienna LE, $29000; and XLE w/ DVD Entertainment Package, OTD $35,760. I think the XLE is a bit high; what do you guys think of the OTD for LE? Thanks!

  • lilriceleelilricelee Posts: 19

    @duva99 said: I just got out of door price today for 2014 Sienna LE, $29000; and XLE w/ DVD Entertainment Package, OTD $35,760. I think the XLE is a bit high; what do you guys think of the OTD for LE? Thanks!

    What state are you in? Well if thats what you got OTD then you got the best in the nation, i would say just go for it, don't need to shop around anymore, both good prices for OTD.

  • crazyforcarscrazyforcars Posts: 7
    edited March 20

    I'm looking to buy a 2014 Sienna Limited Edition FWD in Blizzard Pearl color in Atlanta area. The best OTD I've received is $46,341.89. (The sale price before tag, title and title is $42,943.00)

    The OTD price includes the following:

    1. Limited Premium Package
    2. Limited Convenience Package
    3. Limited Advanced Technology Package

    Dealer installed options: 1. Carpet mat 2. Clear paint protection Door package 3. Door cups 4. Door edge guards (2 front doors) 5. Digital picture asset program

    The tag, title and ad-valorem tax of 6.75% is also included.

    This price also includes a $2,000 cash discount. (I have preapproval for 1.29% financing with my credit union).

    I see that the out the door price is high. But, I'm unsure how much higher it is. Can somebody please comment? Thanks!

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 6,496

    @crazyforcars said: I'm looking to buy a 2014 Sienna Limited Edition FWD in Blizzard Pearl color in Atlanta area. The best OTD I've received is $46,341.89. (The sale price before tag, title and title is $42,943.00)

    The OTD price includes the following:

    1. Limited Premium Package
    2. Limited Convenience Package
    3. Limited Advanced Technology Package

    Dealer installed options: 1. Carpet mat 2. Clear paint protection Door package 3. Door cups 4. Door edge guards (2 front doors) 5. Digital picture asset program

    The tag, title and ad-valorem tax of 6.75% is also included.

    This price also includes a $2,000 cash discount. (I have preapproval for 1.29% financing with my credit union).

    I see that the out the door price is high. But, I'm unsure how much higher it is. Can somebody please comment? Thanks!

    Using the Edmunds pricing configurator, I get an MSRP of $48,503 for a 2014 Toyota Sienna Limited 2WD with Premium, Convenience and Advanced Tech package, along with the carpet mats and door edge guards. The other options look to be dealer specific. True Market Value in my zip code here in Colorado is $44,097 - not sure what it would be for you in Georgia.

    If you are being offered $42,943, that is just over $1000 off the TMV. Invoice is $44,276, so your price is under that, which is not too bad.

    Do you have a breakdown of all taxes and fees that takes you from the sale price of $42,943 to the OTD number of $46,341? There might be a bit of wiggle room to negotiate.

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  • Hi Michaell, thank you for your response.

    I spoke to an another dealer who has agreed for an out the door price of $45,500 for the same vehicle. Working backwards, here is what the breakdown will be:

    Title & Registration - $71.00 Document fee - $399.00 Ad Valorem Tax (6.75% of sale price) - $2,848.00 Sale price - $42182.00

    This has brought down the sale price by $760.

    The TMV for my zipcode is $43,749 and invoice is $44,522

    So, the sale price is about $1,560 less than the TMV. Based on the breakdown I gave you, do you see any more wiggle room? Is there any other pitfalls that I've to look out for?

    Also, please advise on buying any extended warranty for the car

    Thank you again for your help!

    @Michaell@Edmunds said: Do you have a breakdown of all taxes and fees that takes you from the sale price of $42,943 to the OTD number of $46,341? There might be a bit of wiggle room to negotiate.

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 6,496

    @crazyforcars said: Hi Michaell, thank you for your response.

    I spoke to an another dealer who has agreed for an out the door price of $45,500 for the same vehicle. Working backwards, here is what the breakdown will be:

    Title & Registration - $71.00 Document fee - $399.00 Ad Valorem Tax (6.75% of sale price) - $2,848.00 Sale price - $42182.00

    This has brought down the sale price by $760.

    The TMV for my zipcode is $43,749 and invoice is $44,522

    So, the sale price is about $1,560 less than the TMV. Based on the breakdown I gave you, do you see any more wiggle room? Is there any other pitfalls that I've to look out for?

    Also, please advise on buying any extended warranty for the car

    Thank you again for your help!

    I don't think there is much more you can do - $1500 under TMV is a good price.

    So far as an extended warranty, there are many different opinions about it. It's important to note that the price of the warranty is certainly negotiable, and check to make sure that the warranty is offered by Toyota, not a 3rd party.

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  • @Michaell@Edmunds said: So far as an extended warranty, there are many different opinions about it. It's important to note that the price of the warranty is certainly negotiable, and check to make sure that the warranty is offered by Toyota, not a 3rd party.

    Thank you for the help and advise Michael! I'll update the forum on my experience after completing the purchase.

  • andxandx Posts: 3

    I just bought a base L model for $23,500 OTD, the van itself is about $21,000, then tax and fees. No haggle. I made an offer of 23,500 and dealer accepted. Not sure if I overpaid, but I am happy with the process. :)

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 6,496

    @andx said: I just bought a base L model for $23,500 OTD, the van itself is about $21,000, then tax and fees. No haggle. I made an offer of 23,500 and dealer accepted. Not sure if I overpaid, but I am happy with the process. :)

    Congratulations! That's a lotta vehicle for the price of a mid-sized car. Enjoy!

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  • bywbyw Posts: 1

    Could you tell me which dealer and in which area?

  • beethbeeth Posts: 13

    @andx said: I just bought a base L model for $23,500 OTD, the van itself is about $21,000, then tax and fees. No haggle. I made an offer of 23,500 and dealer accepted. Not sure if I overpaid, but I am happy with the process. :)

    Wow, that's a great price, may I ask where(state, dealer) you bought the car from? Thanks!

  • andxandx Posts: 3

    I got it from Atlanta GA area. Nalley toyota. Thanks.

  • @Michaell@Edmunds said: So far as an extended warranty, there are many different opinions about it. It's important to note that the price of the warranty is certainly negotiable, and check to make sure that the warranty is offered by Toyota, not a 3rd party.

    I finally completed my purchase this past Friday at Milton Martin Toyota in Gainesville, GA. The final out the door price is $44,927. Effective sale price is $41,645 (MSRP is 48,744).

    I had to wait to get the interior color (gray) we loved. The $45,500 that I originally agreed on was for a specific Toyota Sienna which Milton Martin was to trade with another dealer. But, the other dealer refused to trade. So, Milton Martin took 2 weeks and traded at port to get me the interior color I needed. This one didn't have the protection packages (that I didn't need anyway). So, the dealer discounted the actual cost for those packages and arrived at OTD price of $44,927.

    Financing is through PenFed @ 1.29%

    P.S. I didn't buy the extended warranty (Toyota Platinum) offered to me at $1,600. The sales manager wasn't pushy either.

    Overall, excellent buying experience with Milton Martin Toyota. Finalized the price over the phone and email. Walked into the dealership late Friday evening and completed the transaction in less than 2 hours.

    Can somebody please recommend where to buy the Toyota platinum extended warranty (and of course the price)?

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 6,496

    @crazyforcars said:

    Congratulations on your purchase! Glad you were patient and waited to get the color you wanted.

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  • @Michaell@Edmunds said: Congratulations on your purchase! Glad you were patient and waited to get the color you wanted.

    Thank you for your help Michaell!

  • casanova2casanova2 Posts: 40

    Hi there,

    We've been looking to lease a 2014 Toyota Sienna XLE AWD. We found a dealer that is willing to trade for one. My zip code is 44023.

    Its MSRP is $42,503, title & reg $30.25, fees $250, acq cost $650, MF 0.00001, residual $21,887, sale price $39,325. Lease is coming out to $499/mo out the door, $0 down, 12k/yr. Vehicle includes nav, AWD, DVD/entertainment system for the kidlets.

    Thoughts on this deal?

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