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Lexus RX 350, Car Buying, SUV
#5428 of 5559 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 5559 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 5559 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 5559 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
#5432 of 5559 New 2013 RX350 FWD List $49,100
Dec 28, 2012 (4:30 am)
What should I expect to pay for a New 2013 RX350 FWD that Lists for $49,100. I am curious in a hard/best number to pay for the car. In our state the buyer handles all of the registration, licensing, title fees etc.
So again if the car lists for $49,100 what would be a bottom for the car only. I would qualify for the $1K certificate and the $1K if I finance. So in addition to the $2,000 how much more should I get off and pay? Right out of the chute it's going to be down to $47,100
I'm wondering how low it can go with all rebates included. Sorry if I'm redundant but I'm always confused the way numbers are posted. Thanks & Happy New Year !Dorothy
#5433 of 5559 Re: F Sport [dotbowels]
Dec 28, 2012 (8:14 am)
The doc fees were extra, so I really paid $46,000 when you add in the doc fees.
Dec 28, 2012 (10:33 am)
Thanks for your help with this! Went in asking for 12% off MRSP. Had two dealers battling back and forth. Got 11.75% off. MRSP was around 49,800 and got it for 44,000. Did not have a 1k loyalty discount...but dealer used the 1k certificate. This is as rock bottom as i think you will get...but i think both dealers were willing to get to this deal. Thanks again.
#5435 of 5559 Re: New 2013 RX350 FWD List $49,100 [dotbowels]
Dec 28, 2012 (10:39 am)
you should get at least 45,000...even 44,000. At this point, they are "losing money" on the car. Or at least that is what they are saying...but they get bonuses if they sell a certain amount... Also, i would definitely have conversations with at least two dealers and let them know( by name) that you are talking with their competitor... That strategy worked for me..
#5436 of 5559 Re: New 2013 RX350 FWD List $49,100 [nycarbuyer2013]
Dec 28, 2012 (2:09 pm)
Thanks for the reply nycarbuyer2013
Are you saying 45k, 44k and then another $2K off ? Or $45K or $44K after I get the $2k rebate? Thanks Dorothy
#5437 of 5559 Re: New 2013 RX350 FWD List $49,100 [dotbowels]
Dec 29, 2012 (5:11 am)
44k+ tax, license, fees Not another 2k off after the 44k.