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Acura ILX, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Sedan
Feb 09, 2013 (3:29 pm)
My payment is 330 a month for a 2013 Tech package. Just over 350 after sales tax.
Zero due are signing. Walked away without giving them a cent.
10k miles for 36 months, they made the first payment as well. Like a 19xxx buyout in the end. I don't know the details. I'll probably buy it out in the end, so mileage I don't care.
They originally were asking 340 and got them down 10 dollars a month after a lot of haggling.
DO NOT LET THEM TELL YOU THE LEASE PRICE IS NOT NEGOTIABLE.
Just park your butt in their office and question their numbers over and over. If that doesn't work, call another dealer to see if they'll bargain and then go back to your dealer and say you have another dealer willing to work with their numbers.
I got all this done in about 3 hours, I think I did ok. Some may have done better but I'm happy. If I had more time I might have been able to shave a few more bucks off but I needed a car asap.
#99 of 204 Good price on Premium ILX??
Feb 18, 2013 (11:47 am)
2013 Acura ILX Premium
Silver Exterior/Ebony Interior
$2,000 total due at signing (all-inclusive)
10k miles per year
Residual value - $18,057
Got it at the East Brunswick Acura in NJ
#100 of 204 Re: 2013 ILX Premium [insidecarbuy]
Feb 19, 2013 (8:18 am)
about to close on a deal for the ilx premium. $255/ month, $3,000 down. includes taxes and fees.
12,000 miles a year. not sure if this is a good deal based on the $1000 incentive they have going on now.
Where did you get your deal? Curry acura? or larchmont?
#101 of 204 Re: 2013 ILX Premium [nicolelynn11]
Feb 21, 2013 (6:09 pm)
I got that deal done at Brewster Acura but I just helped someone get a better deal at Ramsey Acura in NJ. Also $3,000 down on the same car your looking for. Here are the details, its like $25 better per month. Good Luck!
Customer Name: Inside Car Buying WD Deal ID: 83420
Sale Vehicle: New 2013 ACURA ILX DE1F5DJNW 4dr Sdn 2.0L Premium w/AC , Automatic , Odom: 0
Base Payment 230.06
Total Payment 230.06
Purchase Option 17,756.05
Est. Miles Per Year 12,000
Excess Mileage Charge 0.20
Amount Due at Signing
1st Month Payment 230.06
Acquisition Fee 595.00
Fees & Insurance 184.50
Upfront Taxes 751.59
Cap Reduction (Cash) 1,238.85
Total Inception Fees 3,000.00
How Inception Fees are Paid
Cash as Drive Off 3,000.00
Total Credits 3,000.00
Remaining Due (Still Owed) 0.00
Total Cash Required on Delivery 3,000.00
Customer State: New York Customer County: WESTCHESTER
Type Amount Rate Paid
Cashdown Tax 140.78 7.3750 Upfront
Upfront Tax 610.81 7.3750 Upfront
Description Amount Paid
Reg 87.00 Upfront
Insp 10.00 Upfront
Title 12.50 Upfront
DocFee 75.00 Upfront
#102 of 204 2.4L Premium 6MT
Mar 04, 2013 (3:25 pm)
Is this a good deal on a 2.4L ILX Premium for Pennsylvania- Philadelphia area?
Term: 36 months - 12000 Miles
Capitalized Cost: $27,201
Sign and Drive -- 326/month.
#103 of 204 Re: 2.4L Premium 6MT [peroxide]
Mar 05, 2013 (3:07 pm)
Where did you get that deal? Acura Limerick PA quote me a premium package of 310+tx (338/mo) sign and drive
A tech package is at 330+tx
KBB has ILX tech listed for 30k on average.. can i ask the dealer to lease based on that price instead of 32k?
#104 of 204 Re: 2.4L Premium 6MT [acura2013]
Mar 06, 2013 (2:04 am)
Absolutely! Never tell the dealer you are leasing, until you negotiate the final price. If you are purchasing, that's your purchase price. If you are leasing that is your capitalized cost.
The deal I mentioned below was from Elite Acura. They seem pretty decent. But I decided to go with a Honda Accord Sport. It's less money, more roomy, and not as loud as the ILX in terms of road noise.
#105 of 204 Re: 2.4L Premium 6MT [peroxide]
Mar 06, 2013 (8:17 am)
A dealer does not care if a person buys or leases a vehicle. In either case, it is a sale for the dealer.
It is amusing so many people believe they can pull a fast one on a dealer. Dealers sell cars every day. The average buyer not so often.
The key to getting a good lease is knowledge not deception.
#106 of 204 Re: 2.4L Premium 6MT [ken117]
Mar 07, 2013 (5:00 am)
Ken117, you are right. I will stop attempting to pull fast ones at my local dealership. Glad you're amused.
#107 of 204 Re: 2.4L Premium 6MT [ken117]
Mar 10, 2013 (6:20 am)
I agree, you really do not need to deceive a dealer when negotiating a lease ken117. I have gotten to the point that I do not condone dishonesty in any aspect of my life. Having said that, I can see why someone would do so. Some dealers are very straightforward and transparent. However, many drool when they hear that a consumer wants to lease because they can throw all sorts of payments out there at them with padded selling prices and marked up money factors that enable them to hide profits that they wouldn't normally be able to hide on a csh or finance deal.
That's why I don't advocate hiding that one wants to lease, but instead controlling the negotiations by negotiating an attractive selling price on the vehicle that they want, just as if they were going to purchase or finance it and then making sure that the dealer uses the correct money factor to calculate their payment.
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