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Acura RL, Sedan
#773 of 1111 Re: New 2006 RL Non Tech $40800 Radley Acura VA [gvr4wd]
Aug 01, 2006 (11:02 am)
I just called the internet sales manager and told the manager that I am ready to buy the car now and would like to know if he can do the deal. First he gave me $42K quote (based on some invoice discount) and them agreed to do the $40800 but tried to add $695 destination charge. All I told him was the price was not negotiable. It all happened in less than 2 minutes. He agreed and I asked for directions to the dealership. We met, completed paperwork - was a fast process. He is a very nice person. Please verify that the $3000 Acura rebate is still on and did not expire on Jul 31, 2006. The manufacturer normally extends.
#774 of 1111 Re: recent RL offer [69cv]
Aug 01, 2006 (3:03 pm)
Gave a friend the dealers name and sales person I dealt with 40,600.00. When he called today selling price was 43,500.00 the incentives or rebate with the low finance has expired. When you snooze you lose.
#775 of 1111 Re: recent RL offer [lorenzo2]
Aug 01, 2006 (4:10 pm)
Acura still has a lease incentive (not the best available but at least its something). RL sales were terrible both year over year and month from previous month. Histoically, Acura doesn't implement a new incentive until the sixth or seventh day of the month. By next week I would think they will offer something to sweeten sales.
#776 of 1111 Re: recent RL offer [Bushwack]
Aug 01, 2006 (4:22 pm)
Your right on the 3000.00 incentive has been extended to Sept.5.
#777 of 1111 New 2006 RL (Non-Tech Pkg.) $42,800 Incl Dest Fee.
Aug 03, 2006 (9:00 am)
Was able to get what I felt was a fair deal from my local Acura dealer (Lehigh Valley Acura, Allentown, PA). The only add'l fees were $140 Document Prep Fee (includes Title & Transfer fees but not State Sales Tax). Their service has been extremely good in the past and I'd rather buy locally if possible. Also took advantage of 2.9% financing which adds another 4%/year to bottom line since avg. investments return over 6.9% yearly. Saves another $950 per year for 3 years. Like many others on these forums, I wasn't sure that the RL was worth $50k but at $43k, I feel it's a great car.
#779 of 1111 New Rl jsut Purchased
Aug 15, 2006 (2:05 pm)
I just got My new RL. I paid $41,200 + tax and tags but including dest, and got a very reasonable trade value on my car a 2002 TL type S. I already had a loan 6.0% so I declined acura's best offer of 6.08% , would have been .66c a month higher so didnt bother.
#780 of 1111 Re: New 2006 RL Non Tech $40800 Radley Acura VA [gvr4wd]
Aug 15, 2006 (2:26 pm)
Call Chevy Chase Acura.....
#781 of 1111 Your TL-S Trade-In
Aug 25, 2006 (12:54 pm)
What did you get for it? I have one with 51K miles and it's in good shape.
#782 of 1111 Re: Dealership Experience: Pohanka in Chantilly [carlva]
Aug 27, 2006 (11:19 am)
That's how I looked at my purchase! I traded in my 04 TL on the 06 Carbon Gray RL! I absolutely love the car! The gadgets are fantastic and it drives like a luxury car!
I like the fact that it is somewhat understated in exterior design. I know that I am driving a $50K car and it feels like it is to me. I traded my 2004 TL for $23K and purchased my new 06 TL for $40K in Florida!
A real Acura lover!