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Lexus RX 350, Car Buying, SUV
#5422 of 5524 Re: 2013 RX 350 Questions [soapdish616]
Dec 24, 2012 (12:52 pm)
I live in MD and just bought an rx350 that you have described except mine has a blind side monitor and the appearance pkg and other options.. The MSRP was $ 47,810. I paid $43,000 for it. I felt that it was a good deal since truecar.com had that price at the low end. Out of 6200 people nationally who went through True Cars 192 buyers paid between $ 42,900 and $ 43,150.
One thing that might help you is that dealers have a $1,000 coupon that they can give you in order to drop the price of the rx350. Dealers only have so many of these available and they are not publizing that info.
I don't know if I could have gotton more off the car but given all the info that I gathered and also given the fact that they had the car I wanted -getting 10.1% off the MSRP was OK with me.( The coupon is not dealer loyalty.)
#5423 of 5524 Re: New RX [cec7]
Dec 24, 2012 (2:17 pm)
1k loyalty is discount given if you finance with Lexus and also currently have a lexus.
#5424 of 5524 Re: New RX [discok]
Dec 24, 2012 (4:01 pm)
#5425 of 5524 Re: 2013 RX 350 Questions [cec7]
Dec 24, 2012 (4:53 pm)
Okay thanks.. they offered $42.5 with the 1k loyalty included. So what I'm going to push for is $41.5k and they can have a deal this week.
#5426 of 5524 Re: 2013 RX 350 Questions [cec7]
Dec 25, 2012 (10:23 am)
Wow! Sounds like you got a great deal. And a great Xmas present.
Would you mind to share the name of the sales person you dealt with and the particulare dealership. Did you negotiate this in person?
What was your start price
Also. Is price for the AWD?
Thanks so much
Dec 25, 2012 (11:24 am)
Bought the RX350 F Sport. MSRP $51,925. Dealer used a Lexus $1000 December to Remember certificate to bring price down to $45,668+TTL + doc fees.
#5428 of 5524 Re: 2013 RX 350 Questions [linda08]
Dec 26, 2012 (6:16 am)
I live in MD. and bought the car from Lexus of Towson. I dealt with the sales manager .
Sounds like some commenters got much better deal than I did. Going to pick up the car this AM.
#5429 of 5524 Re: F Sport [msyman]
Dec 26, 2012 (6:18 am)
Wow.-That's a much better deal than I got. Over 12% off MSRP.
#5430 of 5524 Leasing a 2013 RX 350
Dec 27, 2012 (11:16 pm)
Hi, I'm currently leasing a 2010 RX 350. My current lease is up in March but I thought I should take advantage of the end of year deals to lease a 2013 RX 350. This is what I'm currently being offered.
The invoice price is $46,700.00 and the dealer is willing to lease it to me for $43,950.00. I'm responsible for my three remaining lease payments---approximately $1,500. My monthly lease payment will be $522 including tax. The mileage at this price is 12,000 a year. My residual is .60. I guess I'm also responsible for license and fees. In Los Angeles I think this comes out to 2831.32 in taxes and 422.75 in government fees. It looks like there is also an $80 fee. Not sure if this is some type of document fee. Hmmm...Why would they pass of such a niggling expense?
What do forum members think of this price? Should I just wait until March to negotiate a new lease. Doesn't seem like I'm getting a great end of year deal but would like to know what others think.
#5431 of 5524 Re: F Sport [msyman]
Dec 28, 2012 (4:23 am)
"Bought the RX350 F Sport. MSRP $51,925. Dealer used a Lexus $1000 December to Remember certificate to bring price down to $45,668+TTL + doc fees"
Does this mean the buyer paid $45,668 and the TTL+DOC were included or they were extra in addition to the $45,668? Thanks Dorothy