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Toyota Sequoia Prices Paid and Buying Experience

d32d32 Posts: 1
I am a rookie at this message board.... :) :) However, I would like to share the price I paid on my Sequoia, SR5, 4x2. I paid $35,500 for a Silver Seq. SR5, 4x2, AC, AH, DR, Leather, Sunroof, Wind deflector, spoiler (if u can call it that), mirrors with signal, Compass, Carpet mat set, Cargo net, vin number etched all over, and key-less entry. I hope I didn't forget some of those silly things. Anyway... I think I got a fairly decent deal; however, I like to hear from others (if it's indeed a good deal??) And, by the way.... It is deffo a wonderful car...Looks, runs great..... very happy with it.


  • rruck1rruck1 Posts: 91
    No mark ups on MSRP and no dealer added stuff. The dealer was offering this on any Sequoia. I also got a fair deal on my trade - all in all a very positive experience. Paid $37,325

    Here's the details...
    Desert Sand Mica SR5 4X4.

    Options Selected Invoice MSRP TMV
    Alloy Wheel Package $1,044 $1,305 $1,305
    Captain Chairs/Fabric $524 $655 $655
    Carpet/Cargo Mat Set (PIO) $109 $175 $175
    Convenience Package $392 $490 $490
    Dual Air Conditioner $456 $570 $570
    Privacy Glass $64 $80 $80
    Roof Rack $176 $220 $220
    Sunroof $804 $1,005 $1,005

    Total Options $3,569 $4,500 $4,500

    Invoice MSRP TMV
    Base Vehicle Prices $30,566 $34,345 $34,345
    Optional Equipment $3,569 $4,500 $4,500
    Destination Charge $480 $480 $480

    Total $34,615 $39,325 $39,325
  • ken1129ken1129 Posts: 1
    I am looking to buy a Sequoia, SR5, 4x4. The MSRP is $37,900. The dealer is asking $36,000. Is this a good deal ? Would appreciate some feedback.
  • rruck1rruck1 Posts: 91
    That's not a bad price and could be considered a respectable deal on a vehicle that many are still paying MSRP for. You may be able to do better though, as inventory seems to be building at most dealers.

    Good luck....
  • debbiev1debbiev1 Posts: 10
    Paid 41,600 for my Sequoia LTD 4x4 w/the works
    moon roof
    cargo net
    carpet/cargo mat set
    6 airbags
    6 CD (option,that's not really an option)
    rear spoiler
    hood protector (bug guard)
    daytime running lights
    MSRP= $45,214
    $$$$$ OFF = $3,614
    + good price on my trade in

    like RRUCK1, a positive purchasing experience
    although, I forgot to mention it didn't include part of the engine! HA HA
    My dad said "that was a good deal Deb, how much would it cost to buy one that runs???"
    Can't wait to get it back though.
  • suznjonessuznjones Posts: 32
    I payed 42k for mine and the only difference is that I got the unwanted wheel locks but no cargo cover or GBS. (no trade in) Although I did get the entire engine. I'm sorry to hear about all your problems. I think it may be time to get a lawyer in on it and maybe they'll start listening to you.
  • toyotatoystoyotatoys Posts: 118
    With AH, AC, CQ, RL, CN, M5, RF, WL, I paid $34,450. The best deal within a 300-mile radius.
  • nighter50nighter50 Posts: 127
    Silver 4X4 SR5 with AH, CC, CQ, AC, SR, DR, GY, V2, CF, GN, DJ, WL and dealer added chrome wheels for $37,100? MSRP before chromed wheels is 40,472.
  • I picked up the limited which stickered at $45000. It had the roof, and extra air bags, In fact it had everything listed as an option. It came in at $41650.. I believe the stickers reflect 10% margin. You should be able to take a quick 5% right from the get go if the vehicle is on the lot. So far I love it. It is a beast.
  • higgins5higgins5 Posts: 1
    Just picked up my new 4x2 limited and I love it!
    It stickered at $41,966 and I managed to get it for $38,000 with the gold package thrown in (goes nice with the green). Was this a decent deal?
  • toyotatoystoyotatoys Posts: 118
    The price I posted earlier was drive out price, including TTL.
  • reecemanreeceman Posts: 3
    Following options for an SR5:

    AC, CC, DR, FE, PG, RL, DO, P1, L1, W1, SS, A2, DD

    Quoted as $34,531.15 (invoice price).

    Just trying to verify since Dealer Installed Options are hard to research.

  • gpm5gpm5 Posts: 785
    I'm not sure what all those options are. My SR5 invoice was $35518 I believe...and that was a 4X4 with tow package, moonroof, etc.
  • pbhortopbhorto Posts: 11
    Just picked up my Thunder Gray LTD 4x4 yesterday with EJ, GY, RF, RL, SR, CF, V2. Worked with fleet dealer and paid $1000 over invoice plus a decent price on my trade-in.
  • gpm5gpm5 Posts: 785
    plus a good trade--that's also what I was able to get. That's a good deal. Welcome to the sequoia ownership group.
  • atlphylatlphyl Posts: 1
    Yes you can get a Sequoia LTD. in the Southeast without all the distributor add-ons (ToyoGuard, cheaply made carpeted floor mats, an overpriced rear spoiler, You simply drive out of the Southeast Distributor area. I ordered a loaded black beauty from a dealer exactly as I wanted. Dealer worked to get it preferenced and in within two weeks. MSRP $42.7, paid $38.2. A great SUV and a great dealer who listened to the customer and worked to earn his money. Dealers in the Southeast, especially Atlanta, should try this approach.
  • opieluv1opieluv1 Posts: 1
    Okay, living in Southern CA, I have found that the dealerships in our area have no sense of humor. I am trying to buy my husband a Sequoia for his birthday and when I ask the OWNER or fleet managers for the lowest possible price, they offer me $2000-$3000 over invoice and laugh when I say "I think I can do better." Is this because I am a woman? One even had the nerve to tell me "Don't even talk to me if you aren't willing to pay $1600-$2000 over invoice. You are wasting my time." What an a**!! I would like to know how you all feel about waiting until the 2002's come out. Are they going to have to lower their price expectations to make room for the newer ones? And just when should we see the influx of new Sequoia's anyway? And can I even mention the Dealer holdback of 2% when bargaining on this vehicle? All of the Toyota dealer's I have dealt with have been rather snotty about the whole thing to be quite honest. They believe they can charge whatever they want for this car because most Californian's are too dumb to spend some time researching the price. One dealer in particular regularly marks UP his Sequoia's about $2000 to $5000 over MSRP so he looks wonderful to the idiot that goes in and buys without researching. I want a 4X4 SR5 with Dual A/C, alloy pckg, conv pckg, power cptn's seats w/ fabric, prem stereo, drvr & pax crtn sd air bags, roof rack and cargo mat set and I am hoping to get it for $36,500 + TTL. This is $1000 over invoice. I don't want to haggle, I just want to hand over a check and drive away!!!! Any feedback????
  • nighter50nighter50 Posts: 127
    You may want to check out I put in what your asked for and came up with 36,615. My friend used carsdirect to buy a Honda Accord and it was a very smooth and easy process. I drove him to the dealership and it took 15 minutes to sign the papers and have the guy go over the car. Also I would think that if Carsdirect is this cheap you should be able to get dealers to do the same or better. I would try email and phone with fleet managers to try and beat that price...If you are a serious buyer they should take you seriously.
  • jeffnjmejeffnjme Posts: 36
    The obvious choice would be to talk to Dianne at Carson toyota if you are in the LA area--if you are in the San Diego area talk to Barry Murray at Bob Baker Toyota in Lemon Grove-I got my limited from Barry, great service and price-no haggle, no hassle.

    What a great birthday present!
  • bwarren2bwarren2 Posts: 3
    Limited with Side Air Bags, Michelin LTX, etc...Msrp $41,866 Bought for $37,611 (Invoice supposedly)
  • toyotatoystoyotatoys Posts: 118
    Where did you get your Ltd for that price? Mys sister is looking for one. Thanks.
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