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Our 2018 White EX-L w/RES & Nav has been a solid ride for us, bought it new and have been very impressed with the fit and finish compared to the even newer Sienna. Just feels like nicer touches and materials all around, despite not having Hybrid or recliner footrests in rear. So we traded up today during our service appointment.
Got $31,200 for our 2018 w/56k miles on it on trade-in (over our KBB instant offer of $29,970), and the opportunity to buy the 2022 Touring for $44,620 (basically MSRP with options...crazy good for our current local market in Middle TN). So we hit reset but upgraded our trim level to maintain some creature comforts for the kiddos...and added wifi and HDMI which will be clutch for trips. Pumped about the 10 speed transmission as well.
 

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Our 2018 White EX-L w/RES & Nav has been a solid ride for us, bought it new and have been very impressed with the fit and finish compared to the even newer Sienna. Just feels like nicer touches and materials all around, despite not having Hybrid or recliner footrests in rear. So we traded up today during our service appointment.
Got $31,200 for our 2018 w/56k miles on it on trade-in (over our KBB instant offer of $29,970), and the opportunity to buy the 2022 Touring for $44,620 (basically MSRP with options...crazy good for our current local market in Middle TN). So we hit reset but upgraded our trim level to maintain some creature comforts for the kiddos...and added wifi and HDMI which will be clutch for trips. Pumped about the 10 speed transmission as well.
Wow that’s a great price for a Touring in this market. Some of the dealerships around me were wanting close to that price for an EXL. Congrats!
 

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Our 2018 White EX-L w/RES & Nav has been a solid ride for us, bought it new and have been very impressed with the fit and finish compared to the even newer Sienna. Just feels like nicer touches and materials all around, despite not having Hybrid or recliner footrests in rear. So we traded up today during our service appointment.
Got $31,200 for our 2018 w/56k miles on it on trade-in (over our KBB instant offer of $29,970), and the opportunity to buy the 2022 Touring for $44,620 (basically MSRP with options...crazy good for our current local market in Middle TN). So we hit reset but upgraded our trim level to maintain some creature comforts for the kiddos...and added wifi and HDMI which will be clutch for trips. Pumped about the 10 speed transmission as well.
Your gonna love that silky 10 speed tranny..it was the deal-maker for me over the competition
 
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