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Acura MDX, Car Buying, SUV
#12493 of 13285 extended warranty
Dec 28, 2012 (6:37 am)
I thought you should know price in Fl. for extended Acura warranty (extended) fixed..but in Ga and other states they can negotiate. The finance man at Orange park Acura (fl) told me this in closing.
#12494 of 13285 Re: 2013 Acura MDX with Tech Package [prodogs]
Dec 30, 2012 (9:07 pm)
I negotiated an offer (sale price) of $41,250 for a 2013 Tech.
May or may not take it. I also like the TL Advance SH-AWD.
#12495 of 13285 Re: 2013 Acura MDX with Tech Package [busuncle]
Dec 31, 2012 (5:50 am)
I also like the TL Advance SH-AWD.
Suggestion: Try the TL SH-AWD Tech 6-speed manual. Acura slushboxes suck, IMO. Seriously, we have an MDX and now that we have a BMW X5d with a good, responsive automatic, I hate driving the MDX. But I remain a fan of Acura's manual transmissions. Have a 2004 TL 6-speed that's still fun to drive and my old S2000 was a great gearbox. I drove the 2012 TL SH-AWD 6-speed manual. It's no 335i, and it's still too nose heavy in spite of AWD, but at least with the 6-speed manual it is the closest thing Acura (or Honda) has to a true sports sedan. The automatic wouldn't make it into my garage at a half price discount, but the 6-speed manual is a decent car.
#12496 of 13285 Re: 2013 Acura MDX with Tech Package [habitat1]
Jan 03, 2013 (8:20 am)
We are reconsidering MDX ... is it too late since holidays ended? Anyone has updates how's the price of mdx after the new year? Thanks a lot!!
#12497 of 13285 Re: 2013 Acura MDX with Tech Package [buyingacar2]
Jan 03, 2013 (12:14 pm)
Prices for the MDX remain pretty strong.
I've had several offers for 2013 MDX Techs between $41k and $42k. I live in the Southern US.
(With proper haggling and concise chatter, I'm certain people can get the price into the $40,500 range. Great price for this car IMO.)
#12498 of 13285 Re: 2013 Acura MDX with Tech Package [busuncle]
Jan 04, 2013 (7:38 am)
I think it's because after the new year 1/2/13, dealer has less incentive money. All the quotes on 2013 model should be up maybe 1.5k more; 2012 model maybe 3k more since that's the incentive offered from Acura ended 1/2/13.
Maybe MLK or President's day has some sale, but may not be as good as Christmas/New Year's.
I'll try to test drive it this weekend and get a quote. There is carsdirect.com offer quote too. If you like the price, can buy it from them, locate a car in local dealer something like that. The price is a good starting point to negotiate. It up 1.5k yesterday compare the day before.
#12499 of 13285 Re: 2013 Acura MDX with Tech Package [buyingacar2]
Jan 04, 2013 (10:29 am)
According to Edmunds, Acura extended the rebates for another couple months - $2500 on the '13s and $3000 on the '12s through 3/4/2013 - so prices shouldn't have changed.
Add to that the 2014 model should be unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit this month, so dealers are about to have an out-of-date model on their hands.
I think the pendulum is swinging in favor of buyers vs. sellers.
#12500 of 13285 Re: 2013 Acura MDX with Tech Package [pastready2buy]
Jan 04, 2013 (12:30 pm)
I am trying to buy a 2013 Acura MDX with Tech package in Charlotte NC, and the local acura dealer is not budging for the prices mentioned here. Can anyone point me to a dealer in the NC/SC/GA area who can give atournd 41k price. Thanks
#12501 of 13285 Re: 2013 Acura MDX with Tech Package [pastready2buy]
Jan 04, 2013 (3:57 pm)
Thanks pastready2buy. I was ready2buy since Spring 2012, but am still looking. Can't please everyone, so I might look at x1 again. But will wait til they have excellent price and stuff. Like MDX but it guzzles gas like a V8. Toyota has a perception of reliability, but that doesn't mean it's better than other cars. I'm still trying to buy a Japanese car and see if it's reliable and fun to drive. So let's see how willing is Acura to deal.
Some salesmen said the invoice price is what they paid the manufacturer and I believe it. As in some industries that's necessary for paperwork, etc. It's disturbing to try and buy a car leaving the dealer with no profits, and it is not right to believe the salesmen's claim that each time I go in their office or test drive a car will lower theirs earnings by the factor of visits. Gone are the theory of work ethics. And the dealers certainly want to condition buyers mind to see invoice price vs MSRP, and wait for manufacturer's rebates and incentives to get 'the best deal'. There's nothing wrong with it, it's marketing.
#12502 of 13285 2013 MDX prices
Jan 04, 2013 (7:23 pm)
Here are the prices that I have gotten from a couple of local Chicago area dealers.
2013 MDX Tech: $40,980*
2013 MDX Advance: $46,280*
*Includes destination/handling but does not include sales tax, .doc, ERT, and license plate fees.
Hoping to make a purchase this weekend.