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2014 Toyota Sienna Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • dpedmundsdpedmunds Posts: 2

    July 31st.

    2014 Sienna XLE + Navigation Package + Carpet Mats -- MSRP -- $36570

    OTD with VA Taxes including $1250 Rebate for 0% Finance --- $32600.

    Brought from a MD Dealer

  • tx_icetx_ice Posts: 22

    Looking for 2014 Sienna LE - 8 psgr. Getting quotes of 28500 to 28700 OTD in Texas. With the $2500 rebate for Gulf States, I was wondering if I should be getting a better deal. Anyone buy Sienna in Texas recently that can share their experience?

  • blksndayblksnday Posts: 5

    Just bought on July-26-2014 from AutoNation in Irvine, CA 2014 XLE Navigation Package with Entune App - Roof Rack Cross Bars - Carpet Floor Mats and Door Sill Protector - MSRP 36750. Got it for 32180 at 0%APR, no down, no trade in. Plus TTL

  • lilriceleelilricelee Posts: 19
    edited August 6

    @blksnday said: Just bought on July-26-2014 from AutoNation in Irvine, CA 2014 XLE Navigation Package with Entune App - Roof Rack Cross Bars - Carpet Floor Mats and Door Sill Protector - MSRP 36750. Got it for 32180 at 0%APR, no down, no trade in. Plus TTL

    before TTL?

  • anowalkanowalk Posts: 1

    @dpedmunds Which MD dealer you went to?

  • dpedmundsdpedmunds Posts: 2

    @anowalk said: dpedmunds Which MD dealer you went to?

    Darcars

  • Just an update for those looking to take advantage of the clearance sale of 2014 cars in the LA area through 9/2. Just closed on a Sienna XLE with Nav, mats, and roof rack for $32985. $1500 rebate took it down to $31485 + TTL. Probably could have pushed harder, but minimal negotiation with little hassle.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,090

    @mngtcon1 said: Just an update for those looking to take advantage of the clearance sale of 2014 cars in the LA area through 9/2. Just closed on a Sienna XLE with Nav, mats, and roof rack for $32985. $1500 rebate took it down to $31485 + TTL. Probably could have pushed harder, but minimal negotiation with little hassle.

    Thanks for checking in. Congrats on the new van!

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  • rexamusrexamus Posts: 6

    2014 Sienna XLE w/ Navigation and Rear Entertainment. Dealership offered to give it to me for $30,900 with 2.79% financing. Good deal???

  • dil1dil1 Posts: 1

    @rexamus said: 2014 Sienna XLE w/ Navigation and Rear Entertainment. Dealership offered to give it to me for $30,900 with 2.79% financing. Good deal???

    Seems like a very good deal. Could you tell me which dealer is offering this?

  • Reserved one 2014 Sienna LE - 8 psgr. Finally Get an quote of $27,400 OTD around central North Carolina.

  • amsenamsen Posts: 29

    @rexamus said: 2014 Sienna XLE w/ Navigation and Rear Entertainment. Dealership offered to give it to me for $30,900 with 2.79% financing. Good deal???

    That's a great price. Please share dealer details. thanks.

  • rexamusrexamus Posts: 6

    @amsen said:

    @dil1 said: Seems like a very good deal. Could you tell me which dealer is offering this?

    Haven't made the deal yet but I'll let you know later this week. I actually walked on the deal and they called back wanting to go lower..I'll let you know how it turns out.

  • amsenamsen Posts: 29

    @rexamus said: Haven't made the deal yet but I'll let you know later this week. I actually walked on the deal and they called back wanting to go lower..I'll let you know how it turns out.

    Thanks and Good luck.

  • Anyone trade in their 2009 Sienna XLE recently or know how to get real trade in value? Difference between KBB and Edmunds is $2k difference. I have 2009 XLE w/70k miles in VG condition still under platinum warranty until 75k. Dealer offering me $15k
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 8,056

    Anyone trade in their 2009 Sienna XLE recently or know how to get real trade in value? Difference between KBB and Edmunds is $2k difference. I have 2009 XLE w/70k miles in VG condition still under platinum warranty until 75k. Dealer offering me $15k

    Head over to the "Real World Trade In Values" discussion and ask q - he's got a line on the auction site numbers and can give you a pretty good estimate as to what it's worth.

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  • tjqtjq Posts: 1
    2014 Sienna Limited AWD $47,529 MSRP
    OTD with TTL $45,570
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,090
    tjq said:

    2014 Sienna Limited AWD $47,529 MSRP
    OTD with TTL $45,570

    Congrats on the new car!

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  • heywood1heywood1 Posts: 847
    edited October 2
    Pittsburgh, PA area: Purchased today a brand new 2014 XLE AWD (Silver Sky w/gray) with blind spot monitor, roof rack cross bars, and mats/sill protector. No other options, no gap insurnace, no extended warranty.
    MSRP: $38,085. Price with $1,250 rebate and zero financing (before TTL): $34,500.
    This particular dealership is 'no haggle' -- which usually means you pay a premium to avoid confrontation/negotiation, but I'm OK with that-- and they had the car I wanted. (And selection of 2014 XLE AWD models in this area is dwindling). Two hours after I arrived at the dealership (including test drive), I was out the door. Probably could have saved another $500 if I were willing to spend hours and hours playing dealers against one another. But time is money, and I'm very happy with this deal.
    (BTW: Looking through my files, the price paid is only $2,000 more than I paid for my brand new 2004 XLE AWD ten years ago...).
  • Hi Heywood1,

    Did your dealer offer both 0% financing AND $1,250 rebate in your deal? The dealer that we are working with told us we can only choose one or the other.

    We are purchasing the LE AWD with a few options.

    Thanks.

    Sjgilgamesh
  • denascardenascar Posts: 25
    Hello All... Looking to purchase a 2014 Sienna XLE in north central Florida area. Any recommended dealers and price range?
  • LuzerLuzer Posts: 119
    Over Labor Day weekend...Toyota added $500 rebate. Got $1750 rebate and 0%. MSRP $35,045
    2014 sienna XLE
    Mats
    Crossbars
    sill protectors.

    $29238
    $299 doc/proc
    $50? Misc MD tax/fees
    xxxx tax/title tags.

    I drove from NJ cause rebate was $1000 more; more choices(had exactly what I wanted, color + minimal options; doc fees are fixed(I think, and closer to fair).

  • heywood1heywood1 Posts: 847

    Hi Heywood1,

    Did your dealer offer both 0% financing AND $1,250 rebate in your deal? The dealer that we are working with told us we can only choose one or the other.

    We are purchasing the LE AWD with a few options.

    Thanks.

    Sjgilgamesh

    Sorry for the delayed response.
    Yes, I received both 0% financing (60 months) AND the $1,250 rebate.
    There was also a $1,500 rebate, but was not able to be combined with the 0% financing.
  • heywood1heywood1 Posts: 847
    Incentive offers vary by distribution region. My brother-in-law lives in Alabama, and he said there was no rebate on 2014's there, but 0% financing offer was for 72 months (vs. 60 months here in PA).
  • heywood1heywood1 Posts: 847
    Luzer said:

    Over Labor Day weekend...Toyota added $500 rebate. Got $1750 rebate and 0%. MSRP $35,045
    2014 sienna XLE
    Mats
    Crossbars
    sill protectors.

    $29238
    $299 doc/proc
    $50? Misc MD tax/fees
    xxxx tax/title tags.

    I drove from NJ cause rebate was $1000 more; more choices(had exactly what I wanted, color + minimal options; doc fees are fixed(I think, and closer to fair).

    Excellent buy, Luzer!
    I could have had a larger dealer discount on a FWD, but I wanted AWD-- and most dealers only had one-- if any--XLE AWD in stock in my area. (I didn't want LE or LTD).

  • heywood1 said:

    Hi Heywood1,

    Did your dealer offer both 0% financing AND $1,250 rebate in your deal? The dealer that we are working with told us we can only choose one or the other.

    We are purchasing the LE AWD with a few options.

    Thanks.

    Sjgilgamesh

    Sorry for the delayed response.
    Yes, I received both 0% financing (60 months) AND the $1,250 rebate.
    There was also a $1,500 rebate, but was not able to be combined with the 0% financing.
    Thank you Heywood. I did not get the 1250 rebate but got a 1000 rebate and 0 percent financing. The state tax was calculated however prior to taking off the 1000 which in NY hurts at lot. :-(
  • 2014 toyota sienna Le AWD with the following factory installed options:
    - cross bars
    - Alloy wheel locks
    - Alarm system
    - Mats, first aid kit, door sills

    Dealer in Westchester County, NY honored Consumer reports true price quote: $ 32,398

    State and local taxes: $ 2390
    License and title $ 266
    Dealers fee : $ 75
    NY state waste tire fee : $12
    Ny state inspection : $ 10

    Bonus cash ( off 0% - 60 month loan) $ 1000

    OTD: $ 34,151

    One of the few LE AWD in our area ( rest are Limited AWD and they too a few ) and can't even order the 2015 AWD models. Only 2 dealers within a 60 mile radius with a LE AWD.

    Happy with the overall sales experience. Sales person was Efficient and and customer oriented during the sales and delivery process. Only negative was the finance manager pushing a bit a non- TFS service agreement but we just held our ground.

    Gave us the wrong FOBs ( gave use the one with the L model which does not have the power sliding door buttons. Sales person took care of it immediately even after days after the sale.

  • 2014 Sienna SE with mat/cross bar/remote key
    MSRP $35,514
    I was offered $29,534 and further knocked down $500, including doc fee of $129 before title and tax.
    I walked out the deal because I wasn't able to get more discount, mostly because I was actually looking for a XLE. I am wondering if this is a car that I should go back to it.
    Any advice?
  • heywood1heywood1 Posts: 847
    edited November 5
    $6,500 (18%) off MSRP seems to be an amazing deal. But I don't know where you live or the demand for the SE model-- which always sort of seemed (to me) to be an answer to a question no one asked.
    Also, color is a factor: black and refrigerator white are usually what's left at year-end.
    If you really want an XLE, I would recommend you search harder and be willing to pay a bit more.
  • Thanks, heywood1. I am in AR and inventories of all models of Sienna seem to be moving all the time, especially in the last two months. At one other Toyota dealership, within 2 months at least two SE are gone. The leftover color seems to be silver and white. The SE I was offered is white.

    There is another catch though, this SE has a voluntary recall on a fuel pipe of the engine. It may be delay the delivery to the buyer. It does not seem to be a big deal to me but I am also not too certain. Suggestions?

    It seems quite difficult to negotiate down the price with any dealership in the region, perhaps because Sienna is quite popular and dealers do not hold too big of inventories.

    I found a XLE at MSRP of $35,545 with sun roof and the rest of deal installed basic options (cross bar) and bargained down to $33,978 w/ tax and doc fee.
    Suggestions?
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