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Lexus ES 350, Car Leasing, Car Buying, Sedan
#1377 of 2890 first time car buyer questions
Apr 16, 2008 (4:22 am)
I am planing to buy a Lexus ES350 2008
here are my questions:
1) does Lexus usually have the "end of summer sale" to get rid of the 2008 model?
I know Audi and Volvo had it last year. but people say that Lexus never has it. is it true? or should I wait for the sale? how much they can cut down from invoice?
2) I talked to a couple of dealers, here is the situation. when I told them that how much the invoice of the car they have it is from edmunds, they argued that they have many other accessaries that I can not find from the options at edmunds?
are these just some tricks? how do I deal with it?
3) From the news it says now the car market is like house market--it is buyer's market. what is the reasonable price for this 2008 ES 350 in D.C.-MD-VA area?
any help would be highly appricated.
#1378 of 2890 frist time car buyer question
Apr 16, 2008 (5:03 am)
one more question:
what is "walk out price"? does it include everything like tag, registration and tax?
#1379 of 2890 Re: frist time car buyer question [milym]
Apr 16, 2008 (5:07 am)
Yes exactly. It included tags, tax, all fees etc....EVERYTHING you pay should be included.
#1380 of 2890 Price in DFW/Houston/Shreveport
Apr 16, 2008 (6:47 am)
I will buy ES 350 with Premium and Navigation. The best I have been offered is 34500+TTL for this car. What do you guys think? Does any one have any pricing suggestions in this part of the country? TIA
#1381 of 2890 New England Prices
Apr 16, 2008 (3:14 pm)
I couldn't find a black/black with UL at any area dealerships as it's very popular here. Maybe I didn't get the best price, but I'm happy considering they have to locate the car. I was able to get the car for $39,500 which includes all dealer costs and location fees. State taxes and license extra.
I'm waiting to see if they can beat my credit union interest rate of 4.49% for 72 months.
#1382 of 2890 Re: San Francisco Bay Area 2007 ES 350 [chreese]
Apr 16, 2008 (3:28 pm)
I am glad I could help. Thanks Chris.
#1383 of 2890 Re: Dealers in Denver
Apr 16, 2008 (6:39 pm)
I got a price from Stevinson of Lakewood for ES 350 with:
Premium Plus + additional option
Their offer $35629 + usual fees
What do you think, decent deal? Haven't started bargaining yet.
#1384 of 2890 Re: Price in DFW/Houston/Shreveport [pataka]
Apr 17, 2008 (5:57 am)
I think you are getting a very good price for a New ES350 with Nav. I would really appreciate if you could send me the details of the dealer/Salesperson.
I am also looking for a similar one in the Houston area.
#1385 of 2890 Re: Price in DFW/Houston/Shreveport [pataka]
Apr 17, 2008 (8:48 am)
Is this for a 2008 model..if it is then I think it a good deal. Could you tell me what dealership and who did you deal with?
#1386 of 2890 Re: Price in DFW/Houston/Shreveport [pataka]
Apr 17, 2008 (11:01 am)
Don't get me wrong but $3,000 below invoice is never heard of for a Lexus without factory incentive, ES350 has $1,000 cash incentive for current ES350 owners. I don't think you can buy ES350 w/PP and NAV for that price but if can pull it off than please post the details so that others also can have this once in a lifetime deal.