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#9283 of 12854 Re: PRICE QUOTE: 2010 Acura MDX w/ Advance Package [gobears2]
Dec 29, 2009 (1:01 pm)
I cant agree with you more. I am in Denver and I just got done test driving a MDX Tech. I am going to buy the car but I am going to wait a couple of months. They wanted to sell me one for $300.00 off of MSRP. They had the same line that it will be months before supply meets demand. I have a 2003 MDX and have waited 7 years for a new car. I can wait another 7 weeks and I bet the prices will be much lower. They have a Tech on the show room floor that they just sold for $51,000. It was loaded with front and rear garish, roof rack, tinted window, clear bra and a couple of other things. I cant believe someone actually paid that but if you want the car right now that is the going price at least in Denver.
What I dont understand is why there are parts of the country where people are paying just $750.00 over invoice and there is supply but in Denver there is no supply and cars are going for MSRP.
#9284 of 12854 Re: PRICE QUOTE: 2010 Acura MDX w/ Advance Package [lewis3]
Dec 29, 2009 (9:59 pm)
I'm getting the same types of quotes in the northwest. I'm in the Seattle area and in the market for a 2010 MDX Advanced with Entertainment. The quotes I've received so far are a few hundred bucks off MSRP for cars that are about to arrive on the lot in the next 2 weeks. I'll wait a few months for prices to drop to 4 or 5% above invoice.
#9285 of 12854 Price Quote: 2010 Base MDX
Dec 30, 2009 (2:15 pm)
How about 38,900 (+ all fees, taxes, etc) for a 2010 base? Seems like a pretty good deal to me -- <$600 over invoice. Illinois dealer. Am I missing something?
#9286 of 12854 Re: Price Quote: 2010 Base MDX [chicat]
Dec 30, 2009 (2:24 pm)
I don't think anyone could really answer your question though.
It doesn't really do any good to post an out the door price where there are different taxes/fees by state.
What did you pay for the car before TTL?
#9287 of 12854 Re: Price Quote: 2010 Base MDX [chicat]
Dec 30, 2009 (2:27 pm)
seems good to me, we just got a quote from an acura dealer in peabody,ma for 41,990 for a base model-they call it a "premium" model. passed on that. we can wait. does anyone else have quotes from mass area dealers?
#9288 of 12854 Re: PRICE QUOTE: 2010 Acura MDX w/ Advance Package [lewis3]
Dec 31, 2009 (9:34 am)
Denver dealer just got first delivery of 2010 MDX and just soft quoted me $1,000 to $1,500 off of MSRP or around $46.5k at the mid for tech/ent. They have no incentive to deal as they are just getting the product now. I will let others take the MDX off their hands at these prices. Just another data point for the group.
Dec 31, 2009 (12:46 pm)
Now I don't feel so bad about paying 42.7k+TTL for my USED 2009 MDX (Sport, Tech and Entertainment) with 9,200 miles. Delear threw in a ton of additional warranty and the car came with all-weather mat, running board and moldings on the doors. A comparable 2010 model would cost about 8-10k more and would have come with inferior warranty.
#9290 of 12854 Re: Price Quote: 2010 Base MDX [chicat]
Dec 31, 2009 (4:20 pm)
chicat, can you say which dealer in Illinois?
I'm looking for a base.
#9291 of 12854 2009 MDX with TECH+ENT pack
Dec 31, 2009 (8:09 pm)
I just bought 2009 MDX with TECH+ENT today. I thought I got a pretty good deal from the dealer because I just paid a little bit under invoice price, 43K. But after checking this forum, I realized that I may still overpaid about 2K. I should check this forum before I walked into the deal this afternoon. However, today is the last day to entitle for the tax credit, I may gain some tax credit back to leveage it.
Jan 01, 2010 (8:36 am)
I've gotten a 36K quote for new 2009 Base MDX.
Can anyone give me a rundown of acceptable 'fees' for California? Seems when I got my last car (2004 Subaru over the net - best buying experience I ever had) other than Tax (L.A. County), Title and License, I paid a couple of bucks for a CA tire recycling tax and a few bucks for 'doc' fee.
Anyone have a recent 'itemized' price breakdown?