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#541 of 5850 2007 RX 350 - Nalley Lexus, Smyra Georgia
Mar 19, 2007 (6:45 pm)
I bought my lexus today. The sale experience with this dealer is great compare to Hennessy Lexus at Peachtree.
MSRP: 40,301 with premium package, towing prep,..etc.
Doc fee: 399
Tax 6 percent
Title and Registration: 42
There is still few 2007 left.
I contacted the internet sale department at Hennessy Lexus at Peachtree. They even quoted me higher with the same MSRP of $40,301. The internet price is $36,288 before Doc. fee, Tax and Title & registration. I walked in same dealer without mention the internet price and their sales staff offer me $35,301. I contacted the Internet sales manager again and told him that another dealer is offering for same model of $34,715. He told me he can not make a deal for that at price. I would not go to the Hennessy at Peachtree for my next purchase. Internet sales manager is very rude.
#542 of 5850 Optional Towing Package on the 350?
Mar 21, 2007 (2:05 pm)
A newbie question about buying the towing prep package in a new RX 350: I don't expect to ever tow anything. Should I buy the towing package because (1) The cooling system will be better on demanding days with all that excess capability? or (2) I will never be able to sell the car to its next owner without it? or (3) both? Or is this something I can do without if I don't plan to tow?
#543 of 5850 Re: Optional Towing Package on the 350? [tiny361]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Mar 21, 2007 (3:51 pm)
Though I'm sure it happens.. I've never seen an RX towing anything..
If you don't need it, then skip it...
#544 of 5850 Towing Package
Mar 21, 2007 (5:03 pm)
If you do need a hitch later on, there are very satisfactory after market models from suppliers like Hidden Hitch, in both Class II and Class III; which will bolt right on for a fraction of the Lexus price. Unlikely you would need the extra cooling system capacity in any case. My 2¢.
#545 of 5850 Lexus 2008 RX350 in Southern California
Mar 21, 2007 (5:52 pm)
Got my new Lexus Rx350 2008 today with Nav, Premium Plus Package, 18in wheel for $38,800 without much haggling from Lexus Westminster,CA.
#546 of 5850 Re: 2007 RX 350 - Nalley Lexus, Smyra Georgia [doanmquang]
Mar 22, 2007 (9:27 am)
I agree, the internet manager at Hennessy is still sending me hate mail, which I have forwarded to other poeple at his dealship. I would avoid them at all costs.
#547 of 5850 Re: 2008 RX 350 AWD
Mar 22, 2007 (4:08 pm)
Any guidance on best pricing for a '08 AWD RX 350?
Dealers: Any '07's available at incentive pricing?
#548 of 5850 Re 2008 RX 350 AWD
Mar 22, 2007 (4:11 pm)
Regarding my request #547 for pricing information, I'm in New Jersey but willing to travel. Thanks
#549 of 5850 Re: 2007 RX 350 - Nalley Lexus, Smyra Georgia [gatortale]
Mar 22, 2007 (5:37 pm)
I am very much agree with you on Hennessy Lexus Internet Manager. I would be avoid them too for making any hassle free on the car or any SUV.
#550 of 5850 Is my lease a good deal?
Mar 22, 2007 (6:30 pm)
am about to lease my 5th RX, a 2008 rx350 with the first level premium package, heated seats and a towing hitch/ball. MSRP $42,100 My dealer usually offers to buy me out of my lease before I reach 3 years. The lease is a 36 month 15000 mile/yr lease with nothing down and sales taxes 7.75% rolled into the lease. The monthly payment will be $577, or $537 if I leave a $5,000 refundable security deposit. Does this sound like a good deal?