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#411 of 2248 Considering 2008 RDX w/Tech
Jan 14, 2008 (12:35 pm)
I am trying to make a final decision on a 2008 RDX w/Tech vs. a Land Rover LR2 with or without Tech. The invoice prices I have seen for the RDX on Edmunds.com ($34,429, which includes $715 destination charge) seem to be higher than the prices that I have seen in recent posts. I am a 10-year customer of Columbia Acura in Cincinnati, so I get preferred customer pricing. However, I have not inquired yet about the RDX. Does anyone have any thoughts concerning why some of you have gotten out-the-door prices that have been nearly $2K lower than invoice?
#412 of 2248 Is this a good deal? Acura of Peoria, AZ
Jan 14, 2008 (3:56 pm)
Can someone tell me what the salesprice of the vehicle is based on the info below and if this is a good deal on a lease? The salesman said it was only a little over invoice.
2008 Acura RDX without Tech
53% Residual (17,972)
0.000900 Money factor which is less then 2%
1995 Down + fees
369 Doc Fee
436 Lifetime-Tint/door edge guards/wheel locks/truck tray n2 tires and paint protection with 6 details.
428+tax (monthly payment)
#413 of 2248 RDX non tech pricing in pac northwest
Jan 14, 2008 (10:57 pm)
i am buying a non-tech RDX, MSRP is 33910 and invoice is 31,220.
i'd like to get an idea for what i should be paying (please exclude taxes, accessories, other fees etc. as they are different in every state)
what should my base cost be?
the best quote i have in email is about 32,500 which seems high
i am thinking nearer to invoice?
let me know
#414 of 2248 2008 RDX Tech in Jan 2008 paid $34,930 plus dealer options
Jan 15, 2008 (6:32 am)
FYI -- 2008 Acura RDX Tech package purchased January 2008 paid appx. $500 over invoice, total of $34,930 incl. delivery. This is $985 under Edmunds TMV on the week I purchased. Phoned several dealers, went with the dealer who gave me his best price immediately up front over the phone with no haggling (and it was better than the offers I got after much haggling on the phone with the sales guys who were "old school" starting high and bargaining down). In addition I ordered three Acura-website listed dealer-installed options with some bargaining needed on installation costs: roof rack, body side molding, rear park distance sensors. According to Acura, MSRP on these all together is $1174 plus installation, dealer charged me $1558 including installation -- Edmunds does not give any info on TMV or invoice on these options. Additional $250 to tint front windows. Figures do not include taxes or DMV. Offered choice of current promotions same as on Acura website -- 2.9% APR for 36 months, or 36 month lease 10k mi/yr with $1,995+tax due at signing (incl $1,005 cap cost reduction; website doesn't list residuals -- offered 53% residual for the tech package RDX, 56% residual for the base model; if leased have to pay 100% of all dealer installed options). My desired color combination not on the lot, no surcharge for locating it.
Hey Edmunds -- please start giving TMV prices on dealer installed options including estimates of fair costs for installation charges! Thanks!
#416 of 2248 Re: 2008 RDX Tech in Jan 2008 paid $34,930 plus dealer options [user155]
Jan 15, 2008 (7:51 am)
Where did you find this vehicle? I am shopping in Cincinnati. Thanks.
#417 of 2248 Ordered 2008 RDX
Jan 15, 2008 (9:13 pm)
Paid $480 over invoice. Nothing added to it. yet. I am very happy with my deal and can't wait for my car to get here, New Mexico.
thank u so much to all people posting, I had no idea I could make a deal for a car on my own. With all the info I had about the car and prices around the country I felt well prepared and the salesman who helped me was really nice.
Thank you Edmunds.com for such a great site
#419 of 2248 Picked up MIne on 01/25
Jan 30, 2008 (7:30 pm)
I paid 32K for the base including having a roof rack installed. Hope this info helps. I bought in CT.
#420 of 2248 Is destination charge "included" when talking "$X over invoice"?
Feb 05, 2008 (6:59 am)
For the posts stating purchase prices of $31,200 and $31,700, etc, is that INCLUDING the $715 destination charge? I'm asking since that would mean that the price is actually well below invoice. I'm guessing that these posters really paid $31,200+715, correct?