Last post on Nov 26, 2013 at 10:51 AM
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Lexus ES 330, Lexus ES 300, Hybrid Cars, Sedan
#7 of 23 Re: Is this Price Good? [jmike_mikej]
Dec 09, 2012 (5:34 am)
what is the MSRP on your config. for which they have quoted you $43k.
#8 of 23 Re: Is this Price Good? [sflm3itouring]
Dec 10, 2012 (1:27 pm)
#9 of 23 Lexus ES 300h price paid
Dec 27, 2012 (4:12 pm)
MSRP $44,427. Paid $40,427, and also was able to obtain Lexus all-weather mats (worth ca. $200) free of cost. That is, the negotiated price was ca. $4200 below the MSRP, translating to a discount of approx. 9.4%.
#10 of 23 Re: Lexus ES 300h price paid [bic64]
Jan 07, 2013 (6:34 pm)
What features does it have? Does it have Leather, Navigation, Rear Sun shade, BSM and Parking assist?
#11 of 23 Re: Lexus ES 300h price paid [jmike_mikej]
Jan 09, 2013 (5:52 am)
Yes, it does have the features you mentioned above and some more, i.e., leather (which is part of Luxury Pkg), Display Audio, Wood Heated Steering Wheel, Rain sensing wipers with deicer, Blind Spot Monitor w/Rear Cross Traffic Alert, HID Headlamps, Power Rear Sunshade, Intuitive Parking Assist, Trunk Mat, Cargo Net & Wheel Locks.
Jan 15, 2013 (5:46 pm)
Which state is this? also the final price you mentioned is excluding tax and other dealer fees or including? Thats a good price you got ,regardless.
#13 of 23 Re: which state?? [jmike_mikej]
Jan 16, 2013 (12:31 pm)
State is NJ. The purchase price given above was before tax, etc. The final cost after tax, etc was just shy of $44,000.
#14 of 23 Deal or no deal?
Jul 26, 2013 (7:23 pm)
2013 ES300h w/ leather luxury package, navigation, back up camera, parking sensors, rear sun shade, rain sense wiper, HID lamps, blind spot, intuitive park assist, mats & applique, wood steering wheel and shifter MSRP 46,320:
Lease 46mo 10k mile per year, $650/mo including SD CA 8% sales tax w/ only $1500 down, and $5000 negative equity on my trade. Already got the trade appraised at Carmax and 2 other places and Lexus was the highest offer on the trade.
#15 of 23 Re: Deal or no deal? [djrobsd]
Jul 27, 2013 (11:09 pm)
Are you seeking opinions or have you already done this deal? If you haven't done the deal, I would recommend not doing it - that's way too much negative equity to roll into a new lease. If you have already done this deal, enjoy the car, although it will cost you around 78 cents a mile if you complete the lease as stated.
#16 of 23 Re: Deal or no deal? [gmanusmc]
Jul 29, 2013 (4:43 am)
No I haven't yet. I was trying to figure out if that was a normal range of price to pay for a loaded es300 hybrid when you take out the negative equity.
I'm still not sure how a lease works with negative cost cap reduction.
To me it seems if they are advertising a lease for 369 a month without tax with 3900 due at signing and I am only putting 1500 down and rolling negative then it is around where it should be but who knows. Does anyone know for every thousand dollars change how much it would increase a lease on a car like this?
Is there a one to one relationship with buying a car with higher MSRP then the advertised lease special and negative cost cap? Ie if the lease they advertise is for an MSRP of 39900 and the car I pick out is 46300 how does that change things?