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Lexus ES 350, Car Leasing, Car Buying, Sedan
Jul 13, 2013 (11:03 pm)
Hi, I am buying a Lexus ES 350 in Seattle area. It is basic model with premium package. MSRP $40,662 (including destination charge). What is a reasonable OTD price (assuming 9.5% tax)? Any other tips of buying (i.e. I got a very aggressive offer from another state $1500 below invoice)
#2860 of 2890 Re: lexus ES 350 [bellevue3]
Jul 21, 2013 (3:54 pm)
Gurus - I need some help here. Planning to upgrade from Toyota/Honda to a Lexus for the first time. I am looking for 2013 ES 350 with Luxury Package. Could someone please let me know what would be the best price I should ask the dealer for ?
Thanks for your response in advance.
#2861 of 2890 Re: lexus ES 350 [john627]
Jul 22, 2013 (8:42 am)
Where are you located? The best deals seem to be in CA because of the many dealers creating keen competition. Getting 1500-2000 or better beow invoice is common here. If you have multiple dealers near you or are willing to travel, I recommend soliciting email quotes from the Internet sales departments and work exclusively with these departments in your negotiations - this will reveal which dealers offer the best deals and will get you a great price.
Aug 09, 2013 (10:25 am)
Guys.. I got offered $41500 OTD lexus es 350 premium package in Bay Area ca.
Is that's a good deal ? Please help
#2863 of 2890 Re: Lexus es350 [wing1234]
Aug 09, 2013 (11:58 am)
What is the total msrp on the vehicle?
#2864 of 2890 Re: Lexus es350 [wing1234]
Aug 09, 2013 (1:31 pm)
Thank u for the reply Gmanusmc . The msrp $40512 come with premium package,parking assist,back up camera and heated front seats. Otd $41500 is this a good deal or I should ask for a lower price? Please help,thank you
#2865 of 2890 Re: Lexus es350 [wing1234]
Aug 09, 2013 (2:04 pm)
A good price on an ES350 in CA these days is 1500+ below invoice or 10-12% off msrp. You should be able to get that car for around 40-40.5k out the door. Try emailing as many Internet managers as you can in your buying area, and negotiate only with the Internet departments - that way you will get a great deal. Good luck.
#2866 of 2890 Re: Lexus es350 [gmanusmc]
Aug 09, 2013 (2:21 pm)
Thanks, are there any rebates or any incentives discount on the es 350 ? I'm thinking purchase the car sometime in September 2013 .
#2867 of 2890 Lexus ES350 Incentives
Aug 09, 2013 (10:27 pm)
Wing - Incentives that run thru 9/3 are 1.9% for 60 months. If leasing, there is $500 lease cash and complimentary first lease payment. Instead of waiting until Sep, you might be able to land a great deal the last few days of this month. The 2014s are due in and the 2013 inventory will start to dwindle along with your color/equipment choices.
#2868 of 2890 Any Recent Sell Price Experience ?
Aug 19, 2013 (1:32 pm)
Has anyone had a recent purchase of a 2013 ES350 in the Northeast that can give me an idea of how much of a discount off of MSRP is being offered? I have been getting quotes in the area of 6% below MSRP on cars that are loaded with overpriced options..... at a time when the2013 will soon be replaced with the new 2014. It hardly seems worth buying a 2013 with all these options at almost sticker. Also, any idea when the 2014 ES350 will be available ? Thanks..... and thanks to all who have provided such helpful info on this board