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Lexus RX 330, Car Buying, SUV
Oct 09, 2004 (3:51 pm)
I'm so excited - sitting in my garage is my big beautiful shinny new 2005 RX 330! It's so pretty!
But I think I have all you beat on the deal. Mine is loaded with everything but the Navigation and the Rear Entertainment Center. Paid $38,500 + 900. for the Chrome Wheels. Plus they gave me $1,000 over blue book on my trade in. Even got that teflon protective seal for inside and out thrown in!!!! Mines from Lexus of Thousand Oaks CA. It's Big Black with biege leather and the golden maple.
Would add more, but I need to go back outside and look at it some more. I'm just so excited I can't believe it's mine (and the banks too for a while).
C-ya on the roads!
#1507 of 3130 Re: Good deal or not? [eyeskatermum]
Oct 10, 2004 (6:51 pm)
Oops, typo - make that 36,500!
#1508 of 3130 Re: My 2004 RX330 [carqueen]
Oct 10, 2004 (8:54 pm)
I am interested in purchasing a 2005 RX330, FWD, premium package, MSRP $39,703. I went to Clear Lake Lexus last week for a test drive but have not started the negotiation process yet. Can you tell me how much you were able to knock off the sticker price? Can you give me the name of the person you dealt with or any other helpful information with the pricing?
#1509 of 3130 Re: Good deal or not? [eyeskatermum]
Oct 10, 2004 (10:37 pm)
Hi Eyeskatermum - Congratulations for making a great buy ! I am interested in the similar deal .. could you be kind enough to list all the options as line items and let us know the price points. Thanks.
#1510 of 3130 Westside Lexus - Houston, TX
Oct 11, 2004 (5:55 am)
Just wondering what experiences anyone has at Westside Lexus in Houston, TX?
Thanks in advance for the help.
#1511 of 3130 Re: Good deal or not? [eyeskatermum]
Oct 11, 2004 (5:59 am)
Is yours AWD or FWD ? I'm guessing the latter at that price.
#1512 of 3130 Re: My 2004 RX330 [texancpa]
Oct 11, 2004 (9:37 am)
Tex: Best thing to do is establish the exact model of 330 you wish to buy. Then, establish the invoice price for that model with options included. At that point you having a beginning bargaining position of the invoice price.
A good deal for the 330 would be a few hundred over invoice in most markets. You can get some of this info. from the past month's posts here.
#1513 of 3130 2004 RX330 at invoice?
Oct 11, 2004 (10:29 am)
I have quickly worked out a price on a remaining 2004 AWD with Premium Plus and Navigation near the invoice. Is there any room for further negotiation, since I am going to bring in my trade-in tomorrow?
Thanks in advance.
#1514 of 3130 2005 RX 330 AWD from NJ
Oct 11, 2004 (4:56 pm)
I bought by RX 330 AWD with Navigation and Premium Plus package + 6 disc cd changer for 40,700 (which is 1200-1300 above invoice, MSRP of 44808). Is this the good deal ?
Apart from Titling and tax what other fees can I expect dealer to charge ? My dealer was talking about documentation fee of $150.00. Is this standard ?
#1515 of 3130 Dealership in MD/VA metro area
Oct 12, 2004 (11:37 am)
I am in the market for an AWD RX330, 2004 or 2005. What are some of the experience at the local MD/VA dealership?
I am looking to get AWD with performance package, heated seats. what is the best price I can get. the MSRP is 43295. what is a good quote from a dealership?
Thanks for your help