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Lexus RX 350, Car Buying, SUV
#4234 of 5869 Re: 2011 RX 350 with prem, comf & nav 40K. [mjcipha]
Mar 25, 2011 (12:20 pm)
OK. I called Lexus of Watertown on Tuesday and the salesperson I talked gave me a price of $41,500 for the car. So I gave up on them. I bought my RX350 on Wednesday in Central NJ. It's AWB with Backup Camera, Premium Package, Towing Prep Package, Heated and Ventilated Front Seats, Wood-and-Leather-trimmed-Steering-Wheel-and-Shift-Knob. I got for 39.5K. I know it's not the best deal I can get because I got a couple of offers from other dealership for a couple of hundres dollars less. But overall, I am satisfied with the deal.
#4235 of 5869 Re: 2011 RX 350 with prem, comf & nav 40K. [charlieliu]
Mar 26, 2011 (12:10 pm)
What is the MSRP of the car you've purchased?
Would you please share the info of Sales Rep you've dealt?
Was it include $1000 Loyalty Incentive?
#4236 of 5869 Re: 2011 RX 350 with prem, comf & nav 40K. [totowa]
Mar 26, 2011 (2:26 pm)
The sticker on the car has a total of $44,820 (or $44,850?). It does not include the $1000 Loyalty Incentive. So with the incentive included, it'd be $38,500. I cannot post the Sales rep info. But if you send me an email, I'd glad to give you him info.
#4237 of 5869 buying the luxury package rx350
Mar 27, 2011 (6:42 pm)
Hi everyone, I'm new to this thread, I'm buying a rx 350 with the luxury package tomorrow, the MSRP is at high 48000, but there's a sale price going on for high 46,000. About how low can I get the car for? And also, someone told me that they get free oil change at Toyota. Does Lexus offer that, if so, how do I go about doing that? Thank you very much
#4238 of 5869 Re: buying the luxury package rx350 [macapplegirl8]
Mar 27, 2011 (6:52 pm)
You can definately get lower than $46k. That's what the dealer offered me, but I ended up w/ $43500 (premium, nav, comfort package). My $1000 car trade-in was included in that price (I had a really really old car).
Regarding free oil changes. It depends on the dealership. Each one have their own services that they provide. For me, I get 2 free oil changes/maintenance checkups. After that, they give me (10) $25 coupon vouchers that I can use at their dealership if I bring my car in for whatever reason. Plus, if they take a long time to do whatever to your car if you bring it in, they give you a loaner car (free of charge) to drive while they work on yours. You can drop off yours & get a loaner. Or they can come to you to exchange. It's pretty nice.
I've had mine for a month and absolutely love it.
#4239 of 5869 Luxury vs premium+comfort
Mar 27, 2011 (9:30 pm)
Can anyone tell me feature/price difference between Luxury package vs premium+comfort+nav?
#4240 of 5869 Re: buying the luxury package rx350 [macapplegirl8]
Mar 28, 2011 (6:49 am)
I called a dealer last week and the sales rep said he could do AWD with NAV, which usually goes with Premium and Comfort packages, for $41,500. I think it's a reasonable price.
#4241 of 5869 Buying the RX350
Mar 28, 2011 (7:39 am)
I can't believe what some of you are paying for this car. Maybe the location has something to do with it.
I purchased a 2011 FWD, navigation, comfort package, and Premium package in Atlanta at the end of January. The car had 400 miles on it and I ended up buying it for $42,710. The out the door price was exactly $45,700 which included the 7% sales tax in Georgia. At the time I thought it was a pretty good price. However after following this forum even, after I bought the car, it appears that I didn't do so good after all.
#4242 of 5869 Re: MSRP breakdown [mjcipha]
Mar 28, 2011 (5:42 pm)
How much should I pay for this configuration? I am eligible for loyalty discount as well.
#4243 of 5869 Re: MSRP breakdown [faceoff007]
Mar 28, 2011 (6:08 pm)
I'd suggest you to go to Edmunds.com and get the invoice price for the configuration. $1,000 below the invoivce price (before the $1000 loyalty rebate) is a good price. So start negotiation with $1500 below invoice price. At the end, I'd say, with $1000 loyalty rebate, $2000 below invoice price is ok.