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#4023 of 5860 Re: 2010 RX 350 FWD Great Deal! [carlooking1]
Oct 21, 2010 (4:05 pm)
I got my RX 350 from Lexus of Glendale. They're minutes away from my work and they had what was probably the last silver/black 45k MSRP 2010 FWD RX 350 in California. But there are a bunch of 47k MSRP 2010 FWD RX 350 (premium, comfort and navigation packages) in and around LA. You should be able to get them for at least $3,350 off invoice, which would end up being a little over 39K. You can try pushing for $3,500 under invoice, but I know that $3,350 is doable.
South Bay Lexus in Torrance, Riverside Lexus, Tustin Lexus, Lexus of Westminster, Lexus of Beverly Hills all have 47k MSRP 2010 FWD RX 350's. If you don't want navigation, you can save about $2k and get one with just the premium package from Vista Lexus in Woodland Hills.
Hope that helps, best of luck and happy car shopping!
#4024 of 5860 Bought 2010 RX350 AWD
Oct 22, 2010 (5:01 am)
I would like to thank everyone who contributed to this forum and shared their buying experience. I paid 36K for a 2010 RX350 w/o navigation; MSRP 44K, which included a Lexus certificate of 1K. My negotiated price was 37K.
#4025 of 5860 Re: Bought 2010 RX350 AWD [adenbx]
Oct 22, 2010 (6:29 pm)
Can you tell me what a Lexus certificate of 1K is? I'm currently in negotiation for RX350 w/ premium package/towing/ intuitive parking/ window tint. I can't go below 37300. MSRP is 44K. Thank you.
#4026 of 5860 Re: 2010 RX 350 FWD Great Deal! [rx350hound]
Oct 22, 2010 (10:30 pm)
I've never seen the packaging that came on my 2010 RX either. Mine has the premium and comfort package with no nav.
#4027 of 5860 2010 RX 350
Oct 23, 2010 (11:56 pm)
I am looking at a used 2010 RX350 , it has Nav ,dual Dvd , 19" wheels . I do not have a 2010 brochure . Can someone tell me what package this may/would have and what other features are in the various packages. I may not have given enough information but that is what I have. paul29
#4028 of 5860 Re: Bought 2010 RX350 AWD [sjang]
Oct 24, 2010 (6:31 pm)
I just bought a 2010 RX350 AWD with premium package (MSRP $44090). The best I can do was $37.3K, OTD a little bit over $40K thanks to NJ's 7% tax and 4 year advanced vehicle registration.
Thank you all for your great help and valuable information, that were extremely useful when negotiating with dealers.
#4029 of 5860 certified 2010 RX 350 w/comfort pkg - 38K
Oct 24, 2010 (8:04 pm)
I purchased a certified 2010 Lexus RX 350 w/comfort pkg with 15K miles for 38K before tax and fees.
The taxes and fees came up to 5K.
With better negotiation, how much could I have saved?
#4030 of 5860 Re: certified 2010 RX 350 w/comfort pkg - 38K [steve332]
Oct 25, 2010 (2:46 pm)
Steve, did your RX have AWD, navigation or the 19" wheels? Also did it have the premium package which includes leather trim interior, moonroof, auto dimming electrochromatic power heated outside mirrors, power rear door, mp3 and usb plug. These items would put the MSRP at or over $47500.00. My RX was $39,900 with about the same mileage bought in early Sept. Had all the above options. Really like the vehicle. You might have gotten a few more dollars off however I thought it was a fair deal. What was the retail price?
#4031 of 5860 2010 RX350 AWD Deal Done
Oct 25, 2010 (5:33 pm)
Bought a 2010 RX350 AWD w/ premium, comfort, navigation, 19" wheels & all other required accessories. Tungsten Pearl w/ Light Gray Trim.
MSRP for the car is about 49K, final price is about 41K and 45.5K OTD thanks to the high tax here in Northern California.
I was actually looking for the FWD w/ premium, navigation & 19" wheels version w/ MSRP of 45K but couldn't find any..seems the 45K models are all out here in bay area..they do have some 47K version of FWD left, but I thought might as well go for AWD.
#4032 of 5860 2010 RX 350 AWD bought in DC area
Oct 27, 2010 (6:58 am)
I just purchased the 2010 AWD with navi, premium & comfort packages and some misc items that came with the car (tow prep, wood/leather trim, accessory package, etc...) in the DC area. My local Lexus dealership is the only game in town and wouldn't even return my calls or emails (they KNOW they are the only dealership within 120+ miles of where I am so they don't care if they sell to you or not). So, I had to go up to the DC area which had a lot more competition and dealerships who were eager to do a deal. MSRP for the car was $47,625, got it for $41,100 + TTL. I tried for the $3k under invoice as noted in other postings but could only get down to $2k below invoice. Southern CA is a lot more competitive but I'm happy with my deal. I got the color I wanted (Smoky Granite Mica) with black interior so that was important to me. Dealership was in Alexandria, VA and they were very responsive and easy to work with.