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2013 and Earlier - Toyota Sienna Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • s2kmr2s2kmr2 Posts: 28
    That sounds like a pretty good deal. Which dealership? I am looking for an XLE FWD but without entertainment and without NAV. Based on your price it should be doable under 30,000.
  • If you are in FL, I can suggest a dealer name who can give as close as Invoice price.
  • s2kmr2s2kmr2 Posts: 28
    In the northeast. Give me the dealership anyway. Maybe I'll make a vacation out of it. Fly down and drive back.
  • nobonobo Posts: 305
    Congrats on the new XLE. You know we are going to want a written review and MPG info asap. :shades:
  • In case anyone was wondering I tried to get the vehicle at invoice but they just wouldn't do it. I pulled the trigger on the deal I posted a couple days agod. The price ended up being $2650 below MSRP. I got financing from Toyota at 3.99% which matched the local credit union rates.

    New car smell is pretty strong. Can't wait to fill it with my oderiferous children! I've got twins on the way.

    The only thing that bothers me so far is the headrests seem to push my head too far forward and I can't seem to get them back. On my other Toyotas they were always adjustable. WTF? Hopefully this will be resolved with the new DVD headrests I have on order.

    Good luck negotiating everyone!
  • ateixeiraateixeira Posts: 72,587
    I'm sure they moved the headrests forward to improve the IIHS safety scores for rear-end crashes.
  • hello all
    i would like to buy a 2011 XLE with the navigation package. I live in SF bay Area. Anyone has bought the same car? What would be a good deal? About $3300 below MSRP would be a good deal?

    also, does anyone know if the GPS would work in Canada? How do you update this in the future? how much do you have to pay for potential upgrades? Is the nav pack worth the $2000 or so they ask for?

    Thanks so much for your help.
  • Interestingly enough if you do build your sienna on the toyota website it doesn't give that option for me - only the Ent package or the Premium package. Perhaps it's a regional thing - I live in the SF bay area too - let me know what prices you get.
  • strange! you are right, last weekend i could add the nav pack option on-line, yesterday, it dod not offer it! not sure what is going on....
  • Got this response from Toyota which doesn't really help much:>

    Thank you for contacting Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.,

    We appreciate your interest in the Toyota Sienna.

    The “Build Your Toyota” feature on our website,, is designed to identify vehicles commonly available in your area. The information is not necessarily indicative of all the options or packages that are available. Additionally, not all options/packages are available in all regions of the country.

    We recommend you speak directly with your local Toyota dealer in order to discuss the availability of the Sienna XLE with the XLE Navigation Package. To locate your nearest dealer, please click the following link

    If we can be of further assistance, please feel free to contact us


    Gilbert Dyer
    Toyota Customer Experience
  • We are picking up out Sienna tomorrow morning (had to get the color I wanted from a different dealer). Here are the details:

    2010 Sienna LE - Silver Shadow Pearl
    QF - dual power sliding doors, homelink, overhead display, power front seat
    CF - floor mats
    RL - daytime lights/wiper de-icer
    AL - 16" allows
    FE - emissions
    Had the dealer add a spoiler.

    We paid $25,847 + TTL. We financed the whole amount at 0% for 60 months. No owner loyalty in our region :( .

    We are very excited. Sad to get rid of the 2002 MPV, but it was time (can't wait for the power sliding doors)! :)
  • Does anyone know if the same issues are present in the 2011 in regards to not being able to use the Navigation system or DVD while driving? This is a CONSTANT source of frustration to me and my husband. One of us has to lean back and manually work the DVD player; and what good is a Navigation system if you can't use it while driving?!

    What other improvements do you see with the 2011? Not immediately apparent to me. Accept, it did look like the seats have a footresst now? Also, what is the "8th seat" option" is that a fold-down seat for the second row like the Honda Odyssey? Wonder what the 2011 Odessey will have.....
  • ateixeiraateixeira Posts: 72,587
    Does that include the small backup cam? What about a power tailgate?

    Price looks good, I'd have expected $27k.
  • ateixeiraateixeira Posts: 72,587
    I think there is a way to hack it if you search around enough.

    The 2011 has a 6 speed trans, backup cams on more models (even without Navi), available 16" entertainment screen, 2nd row foot rests available, etc.
  • Said Toyota would probably be coming out with some fairly large customer loyalty rebates.
  • the nav can't be used while moving, didn't test out the dvd but probably same thing
  • ateixeiraateixeira Posts: 72,587
    Tough call - it may not apply to the brand new Sienna models. We'll see.
  • b747b747 Posts: 10
    I hope Toyota has some incentive for 2011 model. I just looked at the Ody 2010 EX and Sienna 11 LE. I have to tell you I like the Sienna 11 very much.
  • stoyota, can you please let me know the dealer in FL where you got close to invoice price? I am in FL and looking for a Sienna XLE or LTD. Thank you
  • This is what a dealer in Northern CA gave me.
    Year ............: 2010
    Interior Color ..: FD12 FD12
    Exterior Color ..: 01F9 SLATE Metallic
    Body ............: XLE FWD 7 PASSENGER
    Price: Vehicle Base Model ..........................:$ 29725.00 $ 29725.00
    17-In 7-Spoke Aluminum Alloy Wheels ........ 130.00
    Fog Lamp Package: .......................... 180.00
    Carpet Floor Mats/Door Sill Protector ...... 270.00
    Total Accessories ...........................: $ 580.00 $ 580.00
    Destination Charge ..........................: $ 800.00
    Total .......................................: $ 31105.00

    Dealer offered price: 27500 after rebate plus fees. I was going to ask 27500 + rebate

    2011 LE:
    Total .......................................: $ 30209.00

    Dealer price will be 28650 plus fees.

    Please let me know if any of these are good prices or shoudl i bargain further.
  • Anyone else been shopping in the SF Bay Area, and could let me know which dealers seem to be cheap and which won't deal.

    npk007 - check out one toyota of oakland - they have fixed prices - the XLEs are about 2k off.
  • I got a 2011 Sienna XLE for 31,900, I put 11k down and financed 24500 after tax, license and fees.

    They took about 2k off the MSRP.
  • I bought a black with bisque leather 2011 Sienna Limited FWD with just the CX (Convenience) package for $38,200 + TTL (which was $2000 below MSRP) from Piercey Toyota in Milpitas. That was the best deal I could get after contacting about 15 dealers in the SF Bay Area. A few other dealers (Sunnyvale, Novato and Oakland) were willing to match the $2K below MSRP price, but didn't have the combination I wanted in terms of colors and options.

    Good luck to those shopping for one. It's an awesome minivan. I never thought I would say that about a minivan, but it's true. :-)
  • Hi

    I got a quote for 2011 Sienna XLE with premium package for a base price of 36300+TTL. XLE The total will come to 40K.

    Now I am in dilemma as 2010 XLE with premium package is coming for 33500OTD.

    Which one is best deal.
  • would you share which dealership the quote is from for the 2011 Sienna XLE with premium package for a base price of 36300+TTL ?

  • ateixeiraateixeira Posts: 72,587
    Which do you like better?

    $3000 is a lot, but you'll get some of it back in resale (a year newer, but also the newer model).

    If you like the '11 better, get that.
  • There is a difference of 6000 and 2010 is coming with 1.9%. Looks like 2010 XLEwas already depreciated alot.
  • i got a 2011 XLE 8-pass (no options) for $31,600
    try getting lower, but do not pay more than this
  • teamvwteamvw Posts: 2
    edited February 2010
    Deal offered in Northern CA. We were in the market for a deal on a 2010 LE.

    MSRP: $27,630

    Got it down to $24,688 (after $1000 rebate) + TTL at 3.9% financing. It was everything we wanted but couldn't pull the trigger. After doing research, a big difference between the 2010's and 2011's is a new brake override system on all 2011 models. The brake override system cuts engine power and allows braking even if the accelerator pedal is depressed. We're debating waiting til more 2011's come in and we liked the AWD feature on the 2011 LE (previously you had to get the XLE).

    We were offered 2011 Sienna LE AWD for $32,500 OTD at 4.39% financing? There haven't been many purchases of the 2011s yet so we're not sure what's a good deal. I think we're going to hold out for the break override system though....for those of you debating a 2010 or 2011.
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