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Lexus RX 350, Car Buying, SUV
#1756 of 5851 lexus lease in boston
Jan 01, 2009 (12:53 pm)
Just leased a Lexus..2009 RX 350 AWD Premium Plus with navigation, 18 inch wheels, heated seats, automatic wipers..MSRP of around $46,100. Ended up paying $2,747.00 total due at inception (includes everything...cap cost, tax, title registration etc.) and my monthly payment is $402.00/month, which includes the 5% sales tax in Massachusetts. Also got them to throw in all weather mats and a rubber mat for the cargo area. Lease is 36/12K. I think I got a pretty good deal.
#1757 of 5851 Re: lexus lease in boston [jers5000]
Jan 01, 2009 (2:19 pm)
I think you got a very good deal! Who was this from, just out of interest?
We paid $1,600 out of pocket and $450 a month on the same car in the same area, so you did about $700 better. I honestly would not have thought the extra money was there. Congrats.
#1758 of 5851 Re: lexus lease in boston [skylab]
Jan 01, 2009 (5:20 pm)
Thanks, got it from Lexus of Watertown.
#1759 of 5851 Re: lexus lease in boston [jers5000]
Jan 02, 2009 (5:23 am)
Jers, what a wonderful deal! Now that's the kind of deals I've been hearing about that Hendrick Lexus down in Charlotte, NC won't even come close to. They wanted $600 a month for a lesser car, no nav. I've already put in requests at other dealerships in the state and I'm not afraid to go out of state either. I wonder if your dealer will sell and ship out of state?
Congrats on your deal.
#1760 of 5851 Re: lexus lease in boston [jkenley]
Jan 02, 2009 (7:55 am)
Thanks, I'm not sure they would ship out of state at a reasonable cost, since I imagine they aren't really making much, if anything on the vehicles at that price, but are rather trying to clear out inventory to make room for the 2010's. I would take my price and start calling around to other dealers asking them to match it. If a dealer is rude or becomes short with you, than get the name of the individual with whom you are speaking, the individual's manager and place a phone call into Lexus's national support line.
#1761 of 5851 09RX350 FWD drive out $36500. Is this a good deal?
Jan 02, 2009 (2:19 pm)
I just bought another 09RX350 FWD with premium package + 2 years / 25000 Miles services + Exact Mats (Clear mats) + TTL = drive out price $36500.00. Is this good deal? Please give me a respond?I am from houston, texas. Thanks
#1762 of 5851 Re: 09RX350 FWD drive out $36500. Is this a good deal? [HOUSTON_KEVIN]
Jan 02, 2009 (3:46 pm)
What dealership gave you this deal? Sounds like a good one. I am also in Houston and looking for an 09RX350.
#1763 of 5851 Better deal than mine
Jan 02, 2009 (8:18 pm)
The deal I got is out the door $37,000 for the same car as you got. This is in Dallas area. Obviously you got the better deal.
#1764 of 5851 Cali 2009 RX350- Is this a good deal?
Jan 02, 2009 (10:12 pm)
I just got a new 2009 RX350 lease with Premium Package, Navigation, Heated Seats, iPod Hookup in Dash and Sirius Hookup for about $450 down (which included all tax, title and license fees) and my monthly, including tax, is $490. It's a 3 year lease with 10k miles annually. The MSRP was around $44k. I got this deal in Southern California.
Is this a good deal???
#1765 of 5851 08 RX350 AWD no nav, premium, pre-owned
Jan 05, 2009 (3:36 pm)
Just want to thank everyone on this board. I was able to get from here a lot of good ideas and numbers to work with that resulted in a good deal. So here's my contribution.
Just helped the in-laws purchase a certified pre-owned 08 Lexus RX350 AWD, no Nav, Premium (leather, moonroof), heated seats, HID (?) headlamp option. 16,000 miles on the vehicle. Comes with 3 yrs/100K warranty. $31,000 out the door (not sure what the sales price was, but subtract 8.25% for local sales tax, and $400 in fees.) This is in the Bay Area, CA. Hope that helps. Cheers.