There are a lot to pick from so I went with the lowest mileage and youngest age to maximize the warranty period. Price is more for lower miles. The Blindspot monitoring is like an $800 add on...and is available in a package. I’m not 100% sure you can get it independently but it’s a dealbreaker for me. They had it on my test drive vehicle at Toyota...it’s basically a small light in your side mirrors that shows up if a car is next to you. I rented a car last week that had it and really enjoyed not guessing if it was ok to move over on the highway, in case your eyes don’t see anything.We bought this Sienna with 35,970 miles, haha. I do wish I would've been pickier about the mileage. Toyota did cover 50% of the Hazard Switch Replacement as a good faith gesture, considering the vehicle had never been serviced at a dealership while Hertz owned it. I have little faith they will pull through and offer 50% this time around also, but I don't know.
I don't know about the blindspot warning indicator, as the XLE and SE that we looked at didn't have it from Hertz. In fact the XLE didn't come with nearly the upgrades I might have expected considering the trim.
I'll be curious to hear your experience, and update this forum with how Toyota responds and if/when I get Android Auto.
I started asking Hertz on the phone what was included and if floormats will be there and they were like you have to wait until the van comes in next week, we can’t tell you ahead of time...again, I’m thinking it’s just a test drive which won’t hurt anything! Hope all goes well and glad Toyota met you half way on the other part. Good luck!