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Acura TSX, Sedan
#3996 of 5064 Recent So. Cal. TSX Purchase Experience
Apr 02, 2009 (11:13 am)
This past weekend, I purchased a 2009 TSX Tech-Auto at Metro Acura in Montclair, CA.(prior to a 1% raise in CA. sales tax). I thoroughly researched eight different So. Cal. locations, and I was very pleased with the honesty and integrity and the $31,650 out-the-door deal that I received from this dealer. I have, also, done all of my maintenance for my 2005 RL at this location, but was surprised that they were the most competitive on a new vehicle, as they are a smaller dealership than most. They do not sell you uneeded repairs and their service dept. has twice told my wife that maintenance wasn't needed at that time. This 'no pressure' small town feeling is unusual and refreshing in this big City. My college-bound daughter loves her new TSX!
#3997 of 5064 price for used 2009 tsx
Apr 04, 2009 (6:05 am)
I've seen a few dealers advertise some of these, most have about 5000 miles. What does anyone think would be a good offer? Better yet what would be a steal? Of course they have them listed for higher than what people have paid on here for a new one.
#3998 of 5064 Re: 2004 TSX - 85,000 miles [adams472]
Apr 04, 2009 (7:46 am)
I would avoid the 2004 model. There have been issues with the A/C system blowing up and causing damage to the entire system. The cost of the repair is close to $4000. Honda is now looking into the issue but some people are still having to pay for the repair. It only seems localized to the 2004 model so far.
#3999 of 5064 Re: What would be a good price for a NEW 2008 NAV TSX [gregd1]
Apr 06, 2009 (4:37 pm)
congratulations! how do you like it? I am still eyeing the 2008. What do you think a good price for one without Nav would be? The one dealership sold one and has one left. Does $22,500 sound reasonable or too low?
#4000 of 5064 Re: What would be a good price for a NEW 2008 NAV TSX [swts8996]
Apr 13, 2009 (7:54 pm)
The '08 TSX w/o Nav has an MSRP of $28,950 and Invoice of $26,690. Edmunds TMV for a used '08 (with ZERO miles and in 'Outstanding' condition) has a Dealer Retail price of $25,560 and Certified Pre-Owned Retail price of $27,400. I'd consider $25,000 + tax/tag/title a good deal!
#4001 of 5064 Re: What would be a good price for a NEW 2008 NAV TSX [igozoomzoom]
Apr 15, 2009 (10:00 am)
wow...that's generous. I was offered $26,000 on a 2009! I just am not a fan of the new model hence wanting the 2008. The 2008s will almost be 2 years old once the 2010s come out later this summer. Private party/dealer trade-in on a 2008 with 30 miles is about $22-$23K. I guess for the price I am looking at getting the 2008 just, it isn't going to happen, unless they get really desperate which they don't seem to be yet. And in this market, I would never pay retail price, anyhow. I guess I'll just keep shopping.
#4002 of 5064 Acura TSX 2009
Apr 18, 2009 (9:20 am)
I'm planning to buy new Acura tsx 2009 base or Tech. I live in Boston area, can you recommand the best dealer around Boston.
If any one bought new one recently, at what price you got it?
#4003 of 5064 Re: What would be a good price for a NEW 2008 NAV TSX [gregd1]
Apr 18, 2009 (9:24 am)
can you tell me the dealer with whome you bought acurs tsx nav 2008?
#4004 of 5064 Re: Acura TSX 2009 [kasi1]
Apr 18, 2009 (2:54 pm)
When I was shopping for my stripper TSX (manual trans, no nav), the Framingham dealership (Herb Connolly, I think) was very helpful, even though I was shopping on a business trip.
I learned then that the manuals were rare and that a manual without nav was rarer yet. Now, if you want a spercific colour. . .
Anyway, I eventually got my red TSX without nav and with a manual, but it was in an adjacent state.
It's been a fine car so far.
#4005 of 5064 Re: price for used 2009 tsx [gpb59]
Apr 18, 2009 (8:26 pm)
I have seen the same offering. I called and they did confirm these are loaner cars. I am also torn in not sure what to price to ask for. I know the 2009 tsx base is about 26,600. If I were to take such a car back to the dealer I bet I would only be offered 22-23K per KBB 2008 model pricing. So I am going to start with 23K and work my way up. If anyone has better suggestions, I am all ears......