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Acura TSX, Sedan
#4336 of 5064 Re: Is the TSX $$ Premium over the Accord Worth It [nj_dannyboy]
Nov 26, 2009 (9:06 am)
I just purchased a new 2010 TSX w/Tech Blk/Par. I also own a 2007 TLS which I also purchased new. Acura is a world of difference from Honda. Period. They ride like glass but Acura's use Premium Fuel... just something to consider. Acura is excellent in every way including their Service experience and free loaner car. My wife and I both work so the free loaner is a huge sell for us. Service is a bit more than a Honda but this is a premium luxury vehicle. If you want to be like everybody else by a Honda. If you want to be different by an Acura. The styling is next to none. Very cutting edge and they hold their value. Honestly their isn't many on the road either. I have been very happy with both so far. With minimal problems. So far 0 problems with the TSX and 1,400 miles thus far. The TLS had some squeaks and rattles and other warrantly issues. Remember the TSX is made in Japan 100% unlike the TL is made/assembled in Ohio.
#4337 of 5064 Accord EX-L v6 w/ navi VS TSX w/ Tech
Nov 27, 2009 (10:30 am)
I have a Accord on the Table for $30,000 out the door with 1.9% APR in NC (that comes to $500 under invocie for a brand new 2010 model) or I am thinking of getting a Acura TSX w/ Tech for ????????? What is the best price anyone has seen or is getting in Va beach area? And is it worth to pay 2k more for an Acura version?
#4338 of 5064 Re: Is the TSX $$ Premium over the Accord Worth It [nj_dannyboy]
Nov 29, 2009 (12:57 pm)
Don't buy the Accord. I had a 2008 Accord V6 and hated it. I finally traded it in on a 209 TSX. Smart move. Honda has gone in the wrong direction with the Accord, and I have owned several 6 cyl models. Stay with the TSX and ditch the thought about the Accord. You will be so sorry going with the Accord.
#4339 of 5064 Re: Accord EX-L v6 w/ navi VS TSX w/ Tech [theguru78]
Dec 01, 2009 (9:31 am)
I have a local dealer in Ohio quoting TSX V6 base for $31,500 + tax / tags. How does this fare for a non-tech? Was also looking at Accord V6, but wanted something a bit different.
#4340 of 5064 Acura 2010 TSX Tech...Good Deal?
Dec 04, 2009 (11:24 am)
I have one dealership in the Atlanta area offering me 2010 TSX Tech blk/blk for 30,500(includes destinition) +TTL w/ free Lifetime powertrain warrenty. When I told the other dealership that I wanted the powertrain warrenty, they gave me an offer of 30,000+TTL. I'm stuck on what I want to do. Any suggestions?
#4341 of 5064 Re: Acura 2010 TSX Tech...Good Deal? [syn2010]
Dec 06, 2009 (12:16 am)
Hey syb2010, the 30k with TTL included or not?
#4342 of 5064 Re: A good deal?
Dec 06, 2009 (9:05 am)
So I've decided to either buy or lease a new 2010 TSX (base/V4). Here are the 2 initial deals I have on the table.. just wondering if I can do any better:
36 mo, 12k mi/yr
total cap cost $28,519
0 cap cost reduction
$2126.61 (+ DMV fees) due at signing, which includes $595 acq. fee and taxes up front (NY 8.625%)
$360.61 total monthly payment
money factor .00168
BUY price: $28,519 2.9% APR
with $6k down this would be $450/mo for 60 mo. incl. taxes
What should I do, and how much better of a deal can I possibly get? I appreciate any input. Thanks!
#4343 of 5064 Re: A good deal? [cargirl31]
Dec 06, 2009 (10:05 am)
cargirl31, is that buy price OTD?
#4344 of 5064 Re: A good deal? [serveace6]
Dec 06, 2009 (10:22 am)
no that's before NY tax, but the $450 monthly payment and $6k down takes all this into account. total cost after 5 years with financing and taxes is $33k in this case
#4345 of 5064 certified 2009 TSX bidding offer?
Dec 06, 2009 (11:49 pm)
So I'm looking into purchasing a certified used 2009 TSX. Shopping around I've found 2 dealerships that have mileage from 6,000-10,000 and prices ranging ~$26,999. I've read different links on the website on purchasing a used car. First, since it's used I figure I should have some range to puchase-how low should I start off? invoice on a new is about $26,800-if I start at $20,000 is that too low? (i have looked at TMV) I only want to finance 20,000 when it comes down to everything.(or LESS) Second, should I just buy new? If someone says yes then I guess I'm back to the drawing board!! Thanks for the help.