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Acura TSX, Sedan
#4132 of 5064 Re: 09 TSX OTD Price = $31,000 [dagreattaurean]
Jun 26, 2009 (7:18 am)
Hi - Well, I guess I overestimated my negotiating skills. They have said final offer base is $29,056, but I think there are a couple hundred more to be found. The dealer is Bridgewater Acura on Highway 22. Don't forget to reply back and let me know how you make it....don't buy the last white one!!
This is what they told me:
2009 Automatic with Tech package
Base = $29056 (includes destination)
Tax = $2034
License = $261
Doc Fee = $348
NJ Tire $1.50 each tire = $6
Total OTD = $31,705
#4133 of 5064 Re: Acura Dealers in VA DC MD [casdmg]
Jun 26, 2009 (4:43 pm)
Also been in the market for an '09Tech. Found a couple Md. dealers willing to go 29075...destination included. Radley Acura willing to undercut that price...28300...destination included. Plan to relay this offer to the Md dealers to see if they'll match. Think I'll be in the vehicle by Mon/Tues.
#4134 of 5064 Re: Acura Dealers in VA DC MD [oficerfriendly]
Jun 26, 2009 (5:14 pm)
Can you PM me the salesperson you were dealing with?
#4135 of 5064 Re: New Buyer [kingpcgeek]
Jun 27, 2009 (8:02 am)
I wouldn't trust what a website says. And I live in Los Angeles, not Phoenix. I went to close the deal but they're having trouble finding a base model. I also agree with the other user, Acura is cutting down its production drastically and is mostly focusing on the Tech version for obvious reasons. More incentive for close to the same production price. If I'm not able to get a base model, I'm going for the Tech. Same numbers as I previously listed, but $350/month.
#4136 of 5064 FIRM DEAL ON TSX TECH
Jun 27, 2009 (1:40 pm)
Just struck a deal for $29,450. This is a drive off price including doc fees. This appears to be a little high, but inventories are going down and the color was what I wanted. Splurged for the consumer reports pricing service....dealer cost after netting $1250 incentive and dealer holdback of $968 was $28,256. I probably should have haggled more but not much fight left in me.
I got a firm quote from a different dealer on a 2010 for $31,300, plus a $489 doc fee...essentially $31,800. I think I'll go with the 2009. Anyone have any thoughts on 2009 vs 2010 at these prices?
#4137 of 5064 Re: FIRM DEAL ON TSX TECH [dcb]
Jun 27, 2009 (2:31 pm)
Hi - what state are you in?
#4138 of 5064 2009 tsx with tech in bay area
Jun 27, 2009 (2:54 pm)
just got a quote of 28680 + Tax and license.
Is this a good deal? Price good for 7 days
#4139 of 5064 2009 TSX Quotes
Jun 27, 2009 (7:23 pm)
DCB -- I got a quote today for a 2009 tech at $29,850 and flew out the door. With the $1250 incentive to the dealer and the hold back, I was NOT going to pay over invoice. In fact, I frankly think these things should be going for under 29,000 given that your 2010 quote, for example, just isn't that much higher, so why not get the 2010? How much do you lose on that 2009 when you walk out the door? What is the depreciation once you sign the paperwork?
SVCODEMONKEY -- I think that is a very good price, personally. I've been lurking here for a while, finally trying to make a move at the end of the month. As I said above to DCB, I think the 2009s should be at or under $29,000 (but what do I know). My dealer had 11 '09 techs and still wouldn't even meet me at invoice, at least not yet. I'm thinking why not wait a month or two then, let them see how bad the economy will still be, wait for an incentive on a 2010, and then pull the trigger.
#4140 of 5064 Re: FIRM DEAL ON TSX TECH [traveller809]
Jun 28, 2009 (4:26 am)
I'm in Ky.
#4141 of 5064 Re: 2009 tsx with tech in bay area [svcodemonkey]
Jun 28, 2009 (4:33 am)
I have not followed all the previous posts. Bay area???? What state area you in? Yes, think that is a great price compared to my $29,450.