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Acura MDX, Car Buying, SUV
Aug 15, 2012 (11:27 am)
Traded my honda pilot for a 2012 Acura MDX Tech+Entertainment for $41,800 + Tax, title and doc fees, paid $1400 more for the entertainment package which got me DVD screen and heated rear seats, totally worth the upgrade. that I'd recommend.
Got a decent price for my trade too.
First impression - MDX sure does feel like a smaller SUV than the pilot, but definitely more powerful, and more luxurious interior.
Aug 16, 2012 (11:22 am)
I posted on the Leasing board as well, but wanted to ask here.
Looking at leasing a 2012 MDX w/tech and ent packages. What is a reasonable price to get the car down to?
#12156 of 13272 Re: Lease prices [dhammer]
Aug 16, 2012 (3:48 pm)
What is invoice for MDX w TECH/ENT packages?
#12157 of 13272 August pricing deals
Aug 17, 2012 (9:55 pm)
I just had another SF Bay Area dealer offering great pricing under $40k. Looks like the pricing war for August is finally starting to happen.
#12158 of 13272 MDX+Tech in Bay area
Aug 18, 2012 (2:38 pm)
thanks for the information I learned from this forum. I just bought a 2012 MDX with Tech Package yesterday in Bay area.
sale price $39,500 (no incentives included)
hope this can help.
#12159 of 13272 Re: MDX+Tech in Bay area [coomean]
Aug 18, 2012 (3:16 pm)
cool. great price. same as what I got. Hopefully my info earlier was helpful. From what I can see, the price trend started after I did the hard bargain and I am glad that many were able get the same deal...
Aug 18, 2012 (8:11 pm)
I just got a 2012 mdx with tech for $40,800. It ended up $39,800 with the $1,000 loyalty rebate. I might have been able to argue for it lower but the other dealers were playing hard ball. I was hoping for $39,000 but took the $39,800. I would have gone $40,000 but not more then that. If nobody was willing to deal, I would have leased the ford edge instead for 3 years. Those suckers are cheap.
Im happy with the deal and got a 6 year, 100,000 warranty. The car should be able to be gotten between $39-40k. Dont pay more then that. Especially with the new model coming out soon. Negotiate with the internet sales guy. Dont negotiate with the car dealer salesman. They are asses. I told one i saw people getting the car for $39,000. He said dealers would lose money and if someone was offering it, to go for it. He emailed me a few days later asking if I wanted to come in. I emailed back and said i bought it for under $40,000. No response. That punk.
#12161 of 13272 Re: Socal deal [twiceborn]
Aug 19, 2012 (6:14 pm)
Nice deal, but punk is the wrong word for a salesperson, unless they deserve it.
It's all a matter of how much a dealer will lose to earn your business in the internet age, and just because a customer says "On Edmunds I know people somewhere out there at some dealer paid $xxxxx for this", does not mean that's how it has to work. The good and bad of internet age, and customers vs. dealers.
Killer MDX deals are to be had. In the end, if you like your dealer and the deal is strong, but the car. A few dollars does not make a difference, the vehicle, dealer, and experience do. Keep buying and taking advantage of the deals on this truck!