whixh mdoel did you get 5k off in socal? can you be more specific or detail ? thanks muchIf you are in So Cal, there are many dealers out there. One wouldn't go below MSRP, another offered me 3K off. Went with a demo vehicle with hardly any miles and got 5K off.
Xse with other options including inverter. 45 and change msrp. Paid 40 and change. With la county tax paid just below msrp otd. Had just over 1k mile on odometer when I picked upwhixh mdoel did you get 5k off in socal? can you be more specific or detail ? thanks much
i live in the bayarea i know why salesman at toyota are like lol ! since there isnt many of choices and inventory in our region right now they think they are selling their minivans like a GT3 for hard to get ! as you said its a minivan i rather wait and honestly i dont think it worth 50K more like 35K is fair since its a toyotaToyota SF- Mason was our salesman
2021 XLE FWD with entertainment pkg and plus pkg
Discount to 42617
Trade in $13000
Total 33,268.69 OTD
This was the best discount we got.
We were there for the Platinum- $3700 off. But it was sold right before our eyes. Ended up settling for XLE- as there aren’t many cars with entertainment pkg.
I do want to comment on Toyota Dublin- before we signed the paperwork. I called them on the exact same cypress platinum. They told me all they can do is $500 off plus rebate. That this platinum is not the right car for me to ask (given I told them I was looking to match Toyota SF). They proceed to hang up on me. They then called me back 3 minutes later offering $1200 off plus rebate. We would have gladly paid $1500 more for the platinum. But their attitude and not offering the $1200 from get go. Seal the deal at SF.
I have bought hard to get 991.2 Turbo S (due to arrive in May). No one dear to say a $52k minivan is not the right car for me and hang up on me.
It’s a damn van not semi exotic car. That attitude sucked.
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Thats excellent, unfortunately for me, wanting a specific color, plus package, spare, and AWD gets me a max $1000 off in SoCalXse with other options including inverter. 45 and change msrp. Paid 40 and change. With la county tax paid just below msrp otd. Had just over 1k mile on odometer when I picked up
Everyone that sees mine says "It looks like an SUV"! If you look at a picture of a Sienna and Highlander side by side there is very little difference!
Don't tell anyone but I don't even have kids! Bought my 1st Sienna in 2011 when I learned that they were easier for aging Great Danes to get in and out of. I traded in the 2011 for an AWD in 2013 when I couldn't get up my driveway with a dusting of snow. My friends love that I have the van for any of our road trips but nobody wants to be the van owner but me... I will say I have sparked interest in at least one single friend - We had two Great Swiss Mountain Dogs and a Great Dane behind the 2nd row comfortable for people and dogs in the 2013. Now that she has seen the look of the 2021 she is intrigued. She will most likely look for a reseal within a year of two....Agreed!
I had a Florida car salesman tell me yesterday that the fees they charge (not sales tax) for a used car, $800+$300+$150 go to the state of florida. I called him a liar and walked out. Serious question, between the florida dealer fees and the high warranty prices, where is the best place for a Florida resident to buy a new or used car?Seems like I overpaid for mine. Oh well. Just picked up a 2021 XLE Plus and paid $43k before tax/tag/title. MSRP on this one was 44,700.
Florida - land of the insane doc fees.