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#7840 of 13285 Re: 09 MDX with tech pckg [SmartPants]
Feb 21, 2009 (9:34 am)
I just bought a 09 tech with 3500 miles that had been used as a service loaner. Excellent condition. Because it was a service loaner they extended the warranty as a certified acura warranty up to 62,000/100,000. I paid right at $35,000 . The Acura Certified Used 2008 and 2009's are a good way to go if you still want a 'new' car but want someone else to take the 1st hit of depreciation - if you find one you like, i'd move fast because they go quick.
Good luck to all!
#7841 of 13285 Re: MDX Base Price and Tech Price [hvato]
Feb 21, 2009 (4:16 pm)
My 41.2 was for 09 MDX + tech + ent + running boards
Total is 41.2 + TTL so 41.2 + 250 + nytax (3450) + title/license(250) = 43,900 OTD
#7842 of 13285 Re: MDX Base Price and Tech Price [cdrvf]
Feb 21, 2009 (6:01 pm)
Had an extra 250 in there, should have read:
Total is 41.2 + TTL so 41.2 + nytax (3450) + title/license(250) = 43,900 OTD
#7843 of 13285 Has anyone traded up to 19" wheels on new 09 MDX
Feb 21, 2009 (9:09 pm)
I'm still waiting to close the deal on my 09 Tech. Truck is being delivered soon, hopefully.
My question: I'm interested in upgrading to 19" wheels from the dealer when I buy. Has anyone done this recently? Do you get some credit for the 4 brand new wheels and tires that you are trading in? These should be worth at least $1,200. Cheapest retail price I have found on the 18" tech wheels/tires is $676 for the wheels and $976 for the tires, not including tpms or mounting, etc. I can't pay the dealer's price on new wheels and tires without some credit. Any comments?Thanks.
#7844 of 13285 Re: 2009 MDX - Combined purchase [mannyn]
Feb 23, 2009 (1:18 pm)
I'm in North Jersey (around Mahwah/Ramsey Bergen county). Acura or Ramsey offered us $39,716 for 2009 Acura MDX with Tech Package and $41,575 with Sport Package. I believe those are the OTD prices plus TTL. Originally we were going to jump on it and trading in our current car 06 Subaru Legacy 2.5 GT Limited. But upon reading this site, it seems that there are many folks who got less than our prices. Called the Acura HQ as we currently own an RL to ask for any incentives/rebates for existing customers and got the run around (was told to just check from dealers to dealers, which I believe is totally unprofessional and not up to par with their supposedly LUXURY brand).
So, I'm holding back until after 03/02/09. That's when the current incentives end, and the new one supposedly begin. There are no great APR being offered.
The funny part is....
Every car dealership in the area (be that BMW, Lexus, Acura) is totally jammed packed on the weekend with people lining all the way out the door. Where is the recession? Lexus is currently offering $10,000 below MSRP for their 09 RX350 and 08 RX400h as their 2010 models for RX350 already came out. There is currently only one dealership (Prestige Lexus) that has 09 RX350 with NAV (they have 5 cars total that have been around for weeks) and aren't willing to nego on the prices. If anybody decides to check Lexus 09 RX350 in this dealership, do NOT go with the salesperson with the name Michael. What a pain I'm telling you.....
So, I'm holding out... Number 1 preference is 09 Acura MDX (better that be a demo or new). But if lexus is willing to give $35000 for their demo 09 RX350 with 3000 miles, I think I'll be more than willing to consider.
I hate haggling......
And I can't believe that Acura HQ is even suggesting me to do this. I wrote a lengthy complaint.....
#7845 of 13285 Re: 2009 MDX - Combined purchase [mar1an1]
Feb 23, 2009 (4:55 pm)
Try DCH Montclair Acura - i got my MDX (base model) for around 35K - i dealt with Donna Telesco - it is about 25 minutes from where you live
#7846 of 13285 Re: 2009 MDX - Combined purchase [am09]
Feb 23, 2009 (6:49 pm)
I got 41,500 OTD from curry acura in westchester from Fran and 41,200 OTD from Acura Bayshore LI. That was for 09 mdx w tech + ent + running boards.
#7847 of 13285 Re: 2009 MDX - Combined purchase [mar1an1]
Feb 23, 2009 (7:29 pm)
I live in the same area as you. I purchased a 2009 MDX Tech on New Years eve from Acura of Ramsey for $38,400. plus TTL. This is my 5th car I purchased from them. I always shop around the dealerships in the area and search the web plus this site to find the lowest reasonable price and Acura of Ramsey has always beat it. They beat DCH in Montclairs price every time I always purchase from them because it is 10 minutes from my house and they have a great service department.
I have always dealt with Daniel Schapio in sales and Stewart the asst. sales manager and they have always been fair and not sleazy. I always bring in the lowest price I can find on the internet for accesories and they have always matched it.
Do your homework first and good luck.
#7848 of 13285 Re: 2009 MDX - Combined purchase [klenj]
Feb 24, 2009 (7:20 am)
Thanks for the heads up. I guess that's what we'll have to do. I just find it a bit odd that I have to haggle with Acura from dealer to dealer (as stated by their client services 800 numbers from HQ!). Didn't really expect this, as afteral we paid sticker price for the 05 RL (the first time the new version came out). My husband was very adamant about that car and loves it dearly. Sadly, the trade in value of this car now is about the same as my 06 Subaru Legacy GT Limited I can't help but rub it in on his face daily
Did you by any chance get the remote starter from them Acura of Ramsey as well? If so, what's your quoted price? I was quoted at $380 and they said that it's at their cost.
$38,400 for 09 MDX with Tech package is really a good price. We were quoted at $39,716, and $40,575 for the Sport package, and the sales guy told me that it was their bottom price (making only $200 of the invoice price which I didn't believe). Don't they still make money eventhough they're selling the car at the invoice price? And if Acura offers incentives, wouldn't the rockbottom price be the invoice minus the incentives (i.e: if invoice is $35000 and incentive is $2000, then rockbottom price would be $33000)?
#7849 of 13285 Re: 2009 MDX - Combined purchase [am09]
Feb 24, 2009 (7:23 am)
Thanks. I will try DCH Monthclair as well.
I also recently received an offer from Acura of Springfield for their 08 MDX Sport+Ent package for $39,995 with 70 miles on it. For 09 MDX Sport+Ent package, they're offering it $41,495.
Anybody knows what are the differences between 08 and 09 MDX model? The salesperson at Acura of Ramsey told me that there is literally none.