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Lexus ES 350, Car Leasing, Car Buying, Sedan
#1229 of 2855 Re: Buying Experience in Dallas/Forth Worth Area [cmms1]
Dec 23, 2007 (12:43 pm)
For my 2007 350 ES with navigation I paid 37,350 MSRP was 41,400. - (drive out with tax, title, license etc.. was $39,940).- I bought from Park Place Lexus in Plano, but I think Sewell will give you a good deal. You just have to educate yourself before you start dealing with the salesman. Good luck - (For what this is worth I do not think the 2008's went up much from the 2007 models).
#1230 of 2855 Last week of month and year plus December to Remember
Dec 24, 2007 (9:33 am)
I just negotiated a deal for my friend for 2008 RX 350 for $36810 plus fees and the MSRP was $41561. It is $4751 or 11.4% less than MSRP. Last year during same time, I had bought 2007 ES 350 for $33,400 plus fees (including window tint, clear mats, touch up paint), MSRP was $37573. So, this week is a good time to buy cars close to Invoice or even below. Good Luck!!!
#1231 of 2855 Re: OC Best price premium plus+Navigation [cpa3]
Dec 24, 2007 (11:22 am)
I was quoted by Lexus of Westminster (the O.C.) in early December for 2008 ES with premium plus package, navigation, rear seat side air bag, power rear sunshade, full size spare, HID lamp, wood and leather steering wheel & shift knob for $36,100 plus tax, dmv license, tire fee, and dealer doc. fee ($55). Destination is included.
I did not buy from them, however, as I bought the same car with all options above plus rear spoiler for $36,300 from a local dealer (Longo Lexus).
#1232 of 2855 Merry X-mas. What is a good price I should expect at Socal Lexus?
Dec 25, 2007 (5:58 am)
I want to get a Lexus ES350 with nothing but base model. What kind of price can I expect not inluding tax and doc fees? I believe it is invoiced at about 29,900. Is the Costco invoice accurate?
I'm not that good at bargaining so am interested in what pointers you guys can give me. Thank you and Happy holidays to all.
#1233 of 2855 fromsuv2van : is that 36,300 out the door?
Dec 25, 2007 (6:01 am)
Just wondering what the exact price breakdown is. Did you get it at invoice basically? What were the doc fees and destination fee? I just want to know what I should expect for a base model OTD.
#1234 of 2855 buyimg lexus es350 houston
Dec 25, 2007 (8:00 am)
i would like to purchase a new lexus es350 by year end. Is there a dealership in the houston area that offer the type of discounts similar to the dallas lexus dealers ?
#1235 of 2855 Re: Buying in Alexandria [lexusbunny]
Dec 25, 2007 (9:53 am)
could you tell me what dealership in houston quoted you $ 500 under invoice
#1236 of 2855 Re: Buying in Alexandria [foor]
Dec 25, 2007 (11:36 pm)
None. I was just telling them that to see if they will give me something close. They said "oh we can't do that." That's all. I am going in tomorrow to see what they are going to offer. Did you go there these couple of days? What are they offering now?
#1237 of 2855 Re: fromsuv2van : is that 36,300 out the door? [johnengelbam]
Dec 26, 2007 (1:38 am)
The negotiated price includes the destination fee (around $750). So when I agreed to a price of $36,300, it means $35,550 for the car plus the destination fee. Dealer doc fee is always added to the purchase contract regardless of make and model ($55 in California).
Yes, I got it below invoice basically if you configure the vehicle with the options mentioned. The final price is the negotiated price plus tax, dmv registration, doc fee and tire fee. That's it.
#1238 of 2855 Re: fromsuv2van : is that 36,300 out the door? [fromsuv2van]
Dec 26, 2007 (12:18 pm)
What a great deal!!!!