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Where can one buy genuine OEM Toyota accessories for the Sienna besides at the dealer?

Specifically I'm thinking about the roof rail cross bars and all-weather floor mats. Things like that. And how do you know if they are genuine toyota products?
 

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Amazon.com

Sellers show the part numbers. I see the OEM all weather floor mats available with Amazon Prime free two day shipping.

I don't see Amazon Prime offered for any of the OEM cross bars so it looks like you would have to pay shipping costs and that delivery might take a little longer.
 

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ya I would try Amazon also. You could even get oem parts from ebay but you've got to read the descriptions carefully no matter where you shop online. Make sure they actually have oem part numbers and they don't say "oem style". That's the big red flag for knock off or aftermarket. I bought oem all weather floor mats from ebay sold by a vendor that sells genuine toyota parts. You can check them out. They're listed under "toyotamall1" on ebay. There are several vendors like them as well but read descriptions carefully.
 

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Cool, thanks. Where do find the actual toyota part numbers? I don't see them listed with the accessories on the 'build' section of toyota.com
Excellent question. The only accessories I think I have ever seen in official Toyota parts catalogs are mud flaps and that may be because they are standard equipment in many countries. I have never found it if there is an online accessories catalog with part numbers. Unlike "parts", "accessories" come and go. Some may be available for as little as one year.

I have had some success in finding accessory part numbers on Toyota's European tech web site where the online accessory installation manuals show part numbers: http://www.toyota-tech.eu/

Of course, not all accessories sold in the U.S. are sold in Europe and vice versa. Generally, Toyota sells more accessories in Europe than in North America. Click on "Sienna Zubehör Broschüre" at https://de.toyota.ch/new-cars/sienna/sienna.json to see all the interesting accessories sold for the Sienna by Toyota dealers in Switzerland.
 

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Give TRDSparks a try. It's Sparks Toyota out of Myrtle Beach, SC. Their prices are sometimes lower than what you'll find on Amazon. I, as a 2012 Tundra owner and 2015 Sienna owner know that they offer good prices on all OEM parts. There's a guy name Micah that you can email and he'll answer all of your questions. A lot of the Tundra guys order parts from them all the time and they have been cheaper than all other dealers that I've come across for the same parts.
 

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This is an older thread, but I thought it worth adding a point. The 2015 factory roof crossbars are curved. So, they are fine for some uses, but if you will haul lumber or sheetrock, you may want to look into a set of Thule or Yakima rails. They are about the same price as the factory cross bars, but are nice and flat. We keep the OEM rails on every day, to avoid a gas mileage hit, but switch to the Thule bars often.
 

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This is an older thread, but I thought it worth adding a point. The 2015 factory roof crossbars are curved. So, they are fine for some uses, but if you will haul lumber or sheetrock, you may want to look into a set of Thule or Yakima rails. They are about the same price as the factory cross bars, but are nice and flat. We keep the OEM rails on every day, to avoid a gas mileage hit, but switch to the Thule bars often.
The thread isn't that old!
Good point about the oem ones being curved; probably one of the biggest reasons to not go with them I guess, although I think they would be fine for my purposes. But actually the thule ones cost a lot more because you have to get the feet/adapters as well...
 

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Where can one buy genuine OEM Toyota accessories for the Sienna besides at the dealer?

Specifically I'm thinking about the roof rail cross bars and all-weather floor mats. Things like that. And how do you know if they are genuine toyota products?
Amazon.com has the OEM crossbar. I ordered one PT278-08102 for my 2012 Sienna. It's regular free shipping.
 

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This is an older thread, but I thought it worth adding a point. The 2015 factory roof crossbars are curved. So, they are fine for some uses, but if you will haul lumber or sheetrock, you may want to look into a set of Thule or Yakima rails. They are about the same price as the factory cross bars, but are nice and flat. We keep the OEM rails on every day, to avoid a gas mileage hit, but switch to the Thule bars often.
Hmm, this is something I hadn't really considered. I will need to take a look at the OEM curve to see how it would affect my snowboard carriers.

What is the MPG you get with and without bars, both OEM and Thule? I am not surprised it makes a difference, but a little surprised that it makes a measurable one.
 

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We have not had the Sienna long enough to evaluate the MPG difference. But, I had three Subarus and used the Thule bars on all. We lost 1-2 MPG on the highway on long trips. I agree the costs adds up if you don't have the attachments. Fortunately, I have an extensive investment in Thule attachments for my Subaru that transfer over. I just needed new cross-bars for the Sienna. If you use more than just the bars (cargo box, ski carrier, bike carrier, kayak carrier), getting these systems is well worth the investment and will save you tons of money if you want to use the attachment on different vehicles. So, if you go this route, pick Thule or Yakima and stick with that system. I'll mention Thule, cause that's what I know, but Yakima is pretty comparable. We have a Subaru and the Sienna. Other than the attachment to the vehicle and crossbars, they can share the various carriers/attachment systems.

Another point in favor of Thule (and Yakima) is that you buy much wider bars. You are not limited to the width of the Sienna's roof.

Also, consider what kind of weight limit do you need. There are Thule systems that attach to the OEM luggage racks and then inherit the luggage rack's weight limit and front-to-back length limit. The OEM roof rack is pretty short front-to-back. Alternatively, there are systems that add new feet that attach to the roof and then you add the rails and stuff. This will greatly raise the weight limit. I've used both kinds of systems in different circumstances. But, it looks like all 2015 Sienna shipped with the factory OEM roof rails, so they only recommend the Thule Crossroad (attach new bars to OEM rack): http://www.thule.com/en-us/us/produ...s/roof-racks/feet/thule-traverse-480-_-481650. If you have an older Sienna, with no factory racks, you can use a full THULE system with new feet -- or need to remove the factory roof carrier.

Bottom line, if you have a 2015 Sienna and own no Thule parts, you would need the Thule Complete Crossroads Railing Rack 45058 with railing rack with feet, locks and 58" bars. $349.95 on Thule website. I bet you can find it lower. OEM crossbars are found on Amazon for about $110. If you have a Sienne with no factory roof rack, you can get the Thule Traverse system that is has a much higher weight limit.
 
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