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Lexus RX 350, Car Buying, SUV
#5766 of 5860 Lexus RX350 - is this a good deal?
Sep 09, 2013 (9:44 pm)
Is this a good deal in SanFrancisco Bay Area - what should I expect to pay?
Model year 2013 - new RX-350 from unsold 2013 inventory
Premium package with Blind Spot $2760 per Lexus website
Navigation package $2775 per Lexus website
Heated/ventilated front seats $640
Park Assist $500
Total offered by dealer to me $41,975 (includes all rebates) - Does not include TTL and registration fees. Not sure whether this includes destination fees.
#5767 of 5860 Anyone buy a 2014 rx 350 yet?
Sep 09, 2013 (10:30 pm)
Anyone purchase a 2014 Rx 350 yet? I'm in the market for one in the San Francisco Area. Wanted to get some prices.
#5768 of 5860 Re: Lexus RX350 - is this a good deal? [forumuser2]
Sep 09, 2013 (10:31 pm)
Did they give u an out the door price yet?
#5769 of 5860 Re: Lexus RX350 - is this a good deal? [smiley415]
Sep 09, 2013 (11:45 pm)
Sorry, I did not understand the question possibly because I have not shopped cars for 11+ years.
The total offered by dealer to me was $41,975 (includes all rebates) - Does not include TTL and registration fees. I do not think this includes destination fees. I think California limits doc fees to $80 from what I see on the web. Is there anything else that I should watch out for?
Thanks for asking the question as it has got me thinking and will make me more careful.
#5770 of 5860 Re: Lexus RX350 - is this a good deal? [fondofcars]
Sep 10, 2013 (4:41 am)
What is the MSRP on that vehicle?
#5771 of 5860 Re: Lexus RX350 - is this a good deal? [fondofcars]
Sep 10, 2013 (4:50 am)
Talk about a tangled web. Read all your posts--but-- you loose me. You jump around like--everywhere. Really---- sounds to me like your putting this thing together---not a,dealer. Why do I say that---because the deal you purported originally was almost to good to believe. Now,with all your scatter-shot info--the credibility of your "deal" had dropped to ---No longer believable.
#5772 of 5860 Re: Lexus RX350 - is this a good deal? [snowman22]
Sep 10, 2013 (11:54 am)
Currently looking to buy in New England. Pricing I received from a dealer.
The following are selling prices.
With Nav *Selling Price*: $44,549 MSRP: $49,930
Without Nav *Selling Price*: $42,134 MSRP: $46,815
I see some cashback if I finance with Lexus. I assume that isn't included in the pricing.
#5773 of 5860 Re: Lexus RX350 - is this a good deal? [sridhars]
Sep 10, 2013 (11:18 pm)
MSRP is $48675.
Is there some other line item the dealer can tack on to make up for the discounted price? What are the legitimate fees the dealer can add and how much should they total up to? Sales tax is 8.75% in my county.
#5774 of 5860 * Leased mine *
Sep 12, 2013 (7:32 pm)
1st lemme thank these forums & everyone contributing here for all the knowledge. I leased mine and am very happy.
RX350 + Display Audio package+Premium Package+heated/ventilated seats + other installed options MSRP 47300 + Lojack 795 = Total 48095
Sale price = 41000 (after 1750 rebate) + Drive off taxes etc + 700 bank fee
My deal is $476 including taxes in SoCal for 27 months, 66% residual and 10k miles. I paid total ~$980 including everything. $980 I paid went towards the $1000 security deposit (refundable at lease end) and it almost halved my MF from the Top tierLexus which was 0.00035
Rex Urasaki Tustin Lexus is the man. Very honest & straightforward. Highly recommended.
Sep 12, 2013 (9:24 pm)
Do you recommend that I buy extended warranty for a new RX350 before taking it out of the shop? If yes, how many years extended warranty and for how much?
Thirdly, is it better to take this warranty at the dealer itself before leaving the premises or later from my credit union?