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#12636 of 13273 2013 MDX Base
Feb 15, 2013 (9:59 am)
I am looking to buy MDX Base, I got price quote from Acura of Tempe for Base $43,513.10 OTD. I think the price I got is too high for BASE model. I would appreciate if anyone bought these vehicles in Phoenix area recently and how much you paid ? Thanks..
#12637 of 13273 Re: Recent 2013 MDX+Tech price [hkm]
Feb 15, 2013 (10:48 am)
Thanks for the reply. Radley is good on price. Couple dealers have said they couldn't do $42500 for Tech pack. I will try my last visit to local dealer to see if they can do it around $42500 OTD. If yes, then I will take it. Acura has 0.9% finance now. Also, if someone just bought the Tech in MD, please share your price.
#12638 of 13273 2013 MDX + Tech / Enter in Florida
Feb 15, 2013 (11:29 am)
The best price I have got in Florida is: $41840 + TTL. So OTD around $44K. Seems higher than all the prices I am seeing here.
#12639 of 13273 Re: 2013 Acura MDX Tech + Ent Package - $43k OTD [iyervikas81]
Feb 15, 2013 (11:24 am)
When I call Lincoln he did not agree for this price ..Final price is 43.4K
#12640 of 13273 Re: Recent 2013 MDX+Tech price [tony202]
Feb 15, 2013 (2:07 pm)
Whats the tax rate and dealer fee you paid ? that way I could figure out how much I can offer to my dealer in colorado.
#12641 of 13273 MDX with tech and ent.
Feb 15, 2013 (5:04 pm)
debating whether I should wait a month or 2, are the prices expected to drop any further? Looking back on this same thread a few months back, someone mentioned that at the end of 2012 model year, they were getting deals for 18% to 20% off the MSRP price. Being that the new model is coming out, should we at least expect to get at least an 18% off MSRP. so if MSRP for mdx with tech and entertainment package is $48,800, would it be hard to get this for $40,000 which would be exactly 18% off?
Im trying to see whats the best deal i can get on the 2013 or else otherwise I would get the 2014 if the difference is not much greater.
#12642 of 13273 2013 Acura MDX + Tech / Ent
Feb 15, 2013 (7:09 pm)
Looking for a new mdx + Tech/ent with some accessories in Houston, TX area. Can anyone share the best negotiated deals OTD?
#12643 of 13273 Re: 2013 Acura MDX Tech + Ent Package - $43k OTD [dm55]
Feb 15, 2013 (8:06 pm)
Thanks for your feedback. The 2013 w/900 miles (pre-owned certified) on it is at the Morton Grove McGrath. I got an offer from Libertyville Acura for new one for little over $44k OTD. I agree with you on the fact that if they don't go lower than 41K or even 40K, I may just get the new one since with TTL this one can very well end up $43K or so.
I think I would prefer to get new ones with at least 18-20% off the MSRP especially considering 2014 is around the corner. Do you guys think its possible? Or, you guys think I am crazy to even consider that.
#12644 of 13273 Re: 2013 Acura MDX + Tech / Ent [katytx]
Feb 15, 2013 (10:45 pm)
haven't got any quotes yet, but i'm in the dallas, tx area. would also appreciate any feedback on good dealers in the texas area.
Can we get comparable deals to the ones offered in the Virginia area??
#12645 of 13273 Re: 2013 Acura MDX Tech Package Lease 15k Miles [cz1986]
Feb 16, 2013 (3:58 am)
I have been heavy into obtaining information on leases of a 2013 MDX with Tech in the DC area. Seems all the quotes for a 36mth, 12k lease with $0 down are in the $530 a month range. This is without tax, title, etc. These are without any negotiation. I suspect additional reductions are possible.
It appears your lease has the first payment waived. That is not usual as most leases require the first month payment at lease inception. Acura has, I believe, leases where the first months payment is waived. I suspect this is a gimmick and the following 35 monthly payments are higher than they would be if a first month payment was made at inception .
Good deals are available on the 2013 MDX in part because the 2014 update is around the corner. The 2014 vehicles will not be discounted. Just look at the new RDX. Of course, after March 4, the discounts on the 2013 model might get better.
Regarding information from an auto sales person, listen to what they say but be skeptical. Regardless of how friendly and honest they may seem, the fact is they have one goal which is to get your money, as much of it as they can.
There is no secret to a lease. With the capitalized cost which is fully negotiable, residual value which is set by the manufacturer, and money factor which may be negotiable calculating the lease payment is simply a couple of quick calculations. Edmunds has a nice calculator which anyone leasing should understand. That little bit of knowledge can save a person a lot of money and demystify the lease.