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#1504 of 2248 CT Acura dealerships
Oct 24, 2012 (11:09 am)
In process of purchasing 2013 RDX without tech. Has anyone had favorable experience with any CT dealerships especially in regards to pricing?
#1505 of 2248 Re: RDX FWD with Tech package - California [4mercoachrick]
Oct 24, 2012 (11:58 am)
Ah, I didn't catch that his was the FWD. I'm interested in the AWD one so I can't really take his price that he's shared into consideration. I need to find out what more people w/ the 2013 RDX AWD/Tech have paid/are looking to pay.
I'm also really curious to see what the "Amazing, You gotta buy it at that price is" because I'm not in a rush to buy and have the freedom to walk. I'd actually prefer to walk so that I can see what happens in Nov, maybe Dec with any further dealer incentives I can tap into (as of right now there are none - at least in my area).
Is it safe to say that a price of $35k w/ Destination included would be an amazing deal? I think right now I'm seeing prices in $37k-$38k range w/ destination included. Would this be price I try to fight for at the dealership without seeming unreasonable to see if it can be done?
And yes, in my research, I'm' only concerned with the price of Base + Destination charge. The Tax, Tags/License, and Dealer Processing Vary by state.
#1506 of 2248 Re: When will incentives show up for 2013 RDX [m6user]
Oct 24, 2012 (12:00 pm)
(sorry for the O/T post)
The salesperson had told me that the new RDX runs on Regular but I was looking to the brochure and I thought it said something about Premium/91 Octane Minimum. I really like the Car's zippiness and don't want to sacrifice that w/ a cheaper gas if that's the case.
#1507 of 2248 Re: 2013 Acura RDX AWD Tech Package in the Baltimore/DC Area [srizvi1]
Oct 24, 2012 (12:03 pm)
Sorry disregard my comments within my earlier post (the one I am replying to) regarding sy_rdxbuyer's RDX's price. His is the FWD and I'm looking at the AWD.
I wish Edmunds would let us edit posts after 30 minutes. I don't know why they restrict that.
#1508 of 2248 Re: price on 2013 rdx [s618]
Oct 24, 2012 (12:46 pm)
Hey I'm in MD too. And it looks like we're looking at the same trim for our 2013 RDX - the AWD w/ Tech. In particular I'm looking at the light silver exterior ebony interior (seems the best color combo to go with if you know the car won't be cleaned as much as it should).
Scroll up a few posts to see where I am with pricing. And Drop me an e-mail. Same as my username but at gmail.
#1509 of 2248 Re: Seasonal Prices [albert72]
Oct 24, 2012 (3:00 pm)
Interesting...I'm sure there will be incentives as the model year 'actually' gets here; but paying out 47% of sticker on a brand new model over three years doesn't seem out of line. Volvo wanted similar numbers on the 2012 XC60 models WITH about 4 grand out of pocket to start.
I'm not surprised the dealers didn't have a better offer on the table. "Our" local dealer has just finally gotten inventory up to the point that there is some selection. They were selling 7 out of each 10 vehicles delivered in August/Sept before they hit the ground.
Perhaps, there will be some deals around the holidays; but you don't want to go ALL winter without a new ride, do you?
#1510 of 2248 Best time to get RDX deal
Nov 06, 2012 (2:27 pm)
A bit delayed in my pursuit for an RDX due to both the storm and the initial pricing I got from dealers which was unacceptable.
Can you tell me typically what time of the year one would typically get the best price on a car - in my case, a lease? Someone told me Dec 31 is the best day as a dealer may sell well below cost to hit volume goals and collect 6 figure incentive checks from the manufacturer.
If not Dec 31, other times of the year where pricing is typically better?
Nov 12, 2012 (3:24 pm)
I was quoted 36,500....internet price and spoke to sales manager in the boston area. This is nontech package. Is this a good price? he states it was below invoice....I never know what to believe. According to consumer reports this is a good deal...agree????
#1512 of 2248 Re: Acura RDX 4WD [scott012]
Nov 12, 2012 (5:11 pm)
Dang, the Acura site lists the AWD non Tech 36,600 INCLUDING destination. Somebody's got the numbers mixed up somewhere!
Edmund's shows the same: Base AWD 35,7xx plus destination for the above price MSRP
Surely the salesman is talking about a different trim level or some MIGHTY serious options
#1513 of 2248 Re: Acura RDX 4WD [scott012]
Nov 12, 2012 (5:35 pm)
Below are invoice and list prices for the 2013 RDX that can be found on Edmunds and many other auto information websites. Just add the $895. destination fee for final total. Example: RDX AWD non tech, Invoice-$33,541 plus $895.=$34,436. MSRP-$35,720. plus $895.=$36,615.
There are 150 pages of messages posted in this forum on prices paid for a new RDX. You did not mention that your quote included taxes or any other dealer fees therefore the quote you were given for a non tech RDX AWD is only $115. below MSRP which if you buy it at that price will probably be the highest price anyone has paid for an RDX in the United States this year according to this forum. I think you should go to another dealer after reviewing this forum for actual prices paid. Good luck-it's a great vehicle!
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