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Manufacturer's suggested retail prices (MSRP) for the 2009 and 2010 Sienna

Grade Seating Drive Type MSRP MSRP
2009 2010
CE 7 passenger FWD $28,990 $29,500
CE 8 passenger FWD $29,795 $30,305
LE 7 passenger FWD $33,380 $33,990
LE 8 passenger FWD $33,810 $34,420
CE 7 passenger AWD $33,895 $34,505
Limited 7 passenger FWD - $39,990
LE 7 passenger AWD $37420 $38,030
Limited 7 passenger AWD $47,770 $48,380

Public Web site: http://www.toyota.ca
In order see prices on Toyota.ca site, you have to select your province, I have selected Ontario and did not check whether prices for other provinces are different or not.
 

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Kind of amazing how flat the prices have been over the past 6 years.

I bought a 2004 Sienna -- CE 8 Passenger -- in September of 2004, and back then the MSRP was $31,000
(Base model CE 7 passenger was $30,000)

And no, those prices are not guesses. I came across the original window sticker from my (deceased) '04 just yesterday while clearing out some papers.
 

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what about the invoice prices? do you have any stats on those?
 

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Invoices prices do not need to be made public in Canada, unlike in the US.

There are sources for invoice pricing, but you need to pay to obtain the information. Still, the cost (around $40 for about 5 invoice price reports) is a small amount given the potential savings.

The source I use is:

Carcostcanada.com

Another one is apa.ca Automobile Protection Association
 

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superjer2000 said:
Invoices prices do not need to be made public in Canada, unlike in the US.
Just to clarify, the invoice does not need to be made public, nor shown to anyone, including purchasers in the USA. That said, IF a dealer shows a customer the invoice, it must be true.

Dealers in the USA essentially can lie or obfuscate almost anything else that isn't written on the final contract, but the invoice and the window sticker are a couple of things they can't. That said, in my experience, car salespeople don't tend to intentionally lie, but rather mislead, misdirect, omit, etc. For example when they say "I'll get you the best deal possible." they mean "I'll get you the best deal possible for the dealership." When they say "That color/option doesn't exist." they mean "Among vehicles available (for instance on this lot, or on the lots of nearby dealerships I have good relationships with) that color/option doesn't exist, the next closest dealership to your home may have it in stock, but I screwed them over last month and now they won't trade cars with me."
 

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Has anyone seen pricing for the 2021 Sienna in Canada yet?
Seems like almost zero info for Canada
 

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Everyday reviews is expected to release Part 2 of their Sienna review on monday 30 Nov. (presumably due to an embargo) which includes prices and driving dynamics so we should expect Toyota Canada Press Release on prices by Sunday evening (29 Nov). Fingers crossed.
 
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Here's a summary of Features by Trims culled from Toyota Canada website:

Toyota will offer Canadians the Sienna in ten configurations with pricing as follows:

The 2021 Toyota Sienna LE FWD (starting MSRP: $39,990) is a front-wheel drive, eight passenger model priced just $840 more than the 2020, conventional gas-powered model it replaces. The gas-electric hybrid drive will quickly convert into savings at the fuel pump, even as drivers enjoy an impressive bundle of standard features – including power dual sliding side doors, three-zone automatic climate control, heated front seats, a leather-wrapped and heated steering wheel, a 9” display audio system with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ compatibility, 7 USB ports, and a comprehensive safety package including Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 and the blind spot monitor system with rear cross traffic alert.

The 2021 Toyota Sienna LE AWD (starting MSRP: $41,990) adds the all-weather confidence of electronic on-demand all-wheel-drive for just $2,000 more than the FWD model. This eight-person model is also just $40 more than the 2020, seven-person, gas-powered model it replaces.

The 2021 Toyota Sienna XLE FWD (starting MSRP: $42,990) is a front-wheel drive, eight person model that builds on the LE trim level, adding Connected Services by Toyota - Audio Plus with Remote which includes: Remote Connect (1-year trial), Safety Connect (1-year trial) and Service Connect (10-year trial), a power moon roof, kick sensor operation for both the power back door and both sliding side doors, sofTex seat cladding, and four-zone automatic climate control.

The 2021 Toyota Sienna XLE AWD (starting MSRP: $45,390) is a seven-person model featuring Toyota’s electronic on-demand all-wheel-drive system and long-slide second-row captain’s seats, plus all the features found on the XLE FWD model. This model is priced $2,000 less than the 2020, conventional gas-powered model it replaces.

The 2021 Toyota Sienna Limited FWD (starting MSRP: $56,190) is a front-wheel drive, seven-person model generously appointed with premium features and amenities. These include 18” alloy wheels, Connected Services by Toyota - Premium Audio with Remote which adds embedded navigation and Destination Assist (1-year trial), a 12-speaker JBL audio system, leather seating, a driver’s seat memory system, heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, a rear seat entertainment system with wireless headphones, a wireless charging system, premium LED headlamps and tail lamps, LED fog lamps, digital display rear view mirror, wireless charging system for personal electronics, plus the bird’s eye view camera and intelligent clearance sonar system with rear cross traffic brake.

The 2021 Toyota Sienna Limited AWD (starting MSRP: $58,190) adds Toyota’s electronic on-demand all-wheel-drive system to this top-tier model.

Toyota Canada also offers four Sienna models for 2021 enhanced with sportier styling and performance. These replace the 2020 “SE” grade with upgraded bundles of features and introduce all-wheel-drive to the sportier Sienna.

The 2021 Toyota Sienna XSE FWD (starting MSRP: $45,690) is a front-wheel drive, seven-person model immediately recognizable by its impressive, 20” wheels and more aggressive front and rear fascia. This model features a sport-tuned suspension, premium LED headlamps with black accents, LED tail lamps, power moon roof, roof rails, and kick-sensor operation of the back gate and dual sliding side doors. Inside, drivers will enjoy the eight-speaker display audio system, Connected Services by Toyota - Premium Audio with Remote which adds embedded navigation and Destination Assist (1-year trial), and the heated and leather-wrapped steering wheel. Seats are clad in unique sofTex sport fabric, front seats are heated, and four-zone independent climate control keeps all occupants comfortable. This model features long-slide second row captain’s seats and the blind spot monitor with rear cross traffic alert.

The 2021 Toyota Sienna XSE AWD (starting MSRP: $47,690) adds Toyota’s electronic on-demand all-wheel drive system to this sporty model. It also replaces the 20” wheels with 18” rims.

The 2021 Toyota Sienna XSE Technology FWD (starting MSRP: $51,190) enhances the front wheel drive XSE trim level with a 12-speaker JBL audio system and a rear seat entertainment system with wireless headphones. This model also features a wide angle backup camera, digital display rear view mirror, LED fog lamps, a wireless charging system for personal electronics, and the intelligent clearance sonar system with rear cross traffic brake.

The 2021 Toyota Sienna XSE Technology AWD (starting MSRP: $53,190) adds Toyota’s electronic on-demand all-wheel drive system to this sporty model. It also replaces the 20” wheels with 18” rims.
 
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