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2013 Acura ILX Lease Questions

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  • Hi brooklynaudi. Acura's December buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 ILX Premium with 12,000 miles per year are .00024 and 60% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    When negotiating your deal on this car, make sure to take advantage of the $750 cash incentive that is currently available on leases of it.

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  • Hey brooklynaudi. It's difficult to say for certain what manufacturers will do with their future incentives programs, however I suspect that the $750 cash incentive will indeed be available in January.

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  • brooklynaudibrooklynaudi Posts: 25
    edited December 2012
    Is this lease calculator broke? Because I just came back from a dealer and off the phone with a leasing company. Dealer said $27,902 for the car. MF was .001240 which is different then the one I received here. The MSRP is 30095 after $2,997 in fees (bank fee, doc fee, taxes etc. plus some mystery fees) with $1,000 down it came out to $326 a month????? Using the calculator my calculations came out to $284. The leasing company wanted $348 and another $300 a month (with $1,500) what's going on here??

    I feel like it's not calculating NY state tax correctly....because other leasing calculators are showing different numbers
  • I just picked up my car. Premium. $315. Dealer made first month payment and paid my last month's lease payment. Only out of pocket was doc fee plus tax $317. Try calling Curry in Westchester county NY for a quote. They were pretty close to my deal in CT.
  • brooklynaudibrooklynaudi Posts: 25
    edited December 2012
    Ok thanks. I actually called 2 other dealers, got the price down to this.

    MSRP 30,095
    SELLING PRICE 27,602
    12,000 miles
    DOC FEE $250 (????)
    $1,000 down (includes first month)
    $307.48/month (all included)

    I was going to see how much I could save if I got the base model (MSRP 26795) If it's significant I might take the base instead.
  • A second dealer price matched it, almost same as above monthly is $306.50/month with $1,000 down. $27602 selling price, still hesistant to pull the trigger I feel like there is some mystery dealer cash in there because the Edmunds calculator says I should be getting it for cheaper.
  • 2013 acura ILX BASE
    MSRP- $26795--
    Your price- $24,510.94
    Money Factor: .00024
    Residual: .62
    Residual Value-- $16,612

    Doc Fee $199 (INC)
    Bank Fee$595 (INC)
    First pymnt ----- (INC)
    NY Sales tax- $857.63 (8.875%)
    12k MILES/36 Months
    $1000 Total Out of Pocket

    $255/month x36 months

    Going to pick up and sign on Monday morning, good deal or am I getting ripped off??
  • Seems like a great deal. I would have them roll that 1000 into the payment. The interest rate is so low it doesn't make sense to me to pay anything out of pocket. Its $1000 over 36 months rather than giving it to them up front.
  • Anyone have a sense of what the pending Acura ILX refresh (disappointing sales, they are replacing the powertrain with a new 2.4L engine) will mean for leasing prices in the next 6 months?

    Fwiw, currently being offered an ILX Premium w/ Tech for $3000 down and $270 a month (12,000 miles per year). Cost of car came out of $29500 after instant savings, taxes, fees, etc.
  • beach15beach15 Posts: 1,305
    There are no major changes planned for the ILX, despite the earlier stories that were then clarified and moved back from.

    That sounds like an aggressive Tech package offer. Residuals, rates and pricing are very strong on the ILX right now.
  • Aggressive as in good or aggressive as in bad?
  • jsssjsss Posts: 3
    Guys can you please tell me if I got a good deal.

    JAN 2ND 2013

    2013 ILX TECH PACKAGE - 10k / 36 month

    MSRP: $32,295
    Your price: $29,500
    Money factor: .00024
    Residual value: $19,800
    Monthly payment: $344
    Down payment including first month pmt: $2,500
  • Think that's a pretty good deal and about what I was seeing.

    I shopped around and finally pushed hard, and got to: $29,300 final price, .00024 money factor, same residual value, $289 a month and $2000 down. 12k miles, 36 month lease.

    Aggressive offers all around from Acura. Mine was at Hopkins Acura in Bay Area.
  • jsssjsss Posts: 3
    That is a great deal natarajv. I am paying around 2.4k more than you.

    Tech Package right?
  • base ILX... 1500$ drive off... 225$/mon. 36 mo. tax included.
  • jsssjsss Posts: 3
    Guys I was able to renegociate
    2013 teck package

    2k down
    10k miles
    306/month
    36/months
    19.6k remaining value
    Car wash free for life
    Oil change free for life

    Houston area
  • Carman
    Could you please tell me the money factor and residual value for a base 2013 acura ilx for 36 mos. and 15k miles
    thanks
  • sandman_6472sandman_6472 Coral Springs, FLPosts: 2,682
    These are really very nice cars...especially the dash layout. When I sat in it, it made me forget it was really a Civic. I just think it's a bit over priced for what one gets and the fact that it requires premium makes it an illogical choice. Still a nice car though but for the same price, the Verano seems to be the better choice. Just wonder if the Verano will be cheaper to lease and/or buy at this point?

    The Sandman :) :sick: :shades:

    2014 Hyundai Tuscon SE/2005 Mazda 3s/2008 Hyundai Accent GLS/2009 Nissan Versa SL hatch

  • Elduro29, can you tell me what dealer in south florida? Thanks
  • jennys1jennys1 Posts: 2
    edited January 2013
    Went to a dealer yesterday but didnt negotiate the selling price for a lease for a base 2013 Acura ILX. Basically the list price of the base ilx was $26795 + $795.00 dealer fee + $5.00 Florida Waste tire fee $5.00 + $1.50 Fl waste lease acid battery fee + $71.95 title and fees + 7% tax of $1446.65. Im trading in my car and they are giving me $7k and Im using $3500.00 from there to put down as a payment. They gave me $220.91 for 36 months with 15k miles. I would like my car to be about $200.00 a month but I feel that I should not have to put $3500.00 down plus they are going off the base price of the car and I should be able to do better. When negoitating, can I get down to the invoice of the car? I saw online the invoice was $24,452.00. What do you think is a fair amount of money to put down to keep my payments about $200.00? BTW is the residual factor still the same at 16,612.00? Dealer mention it is now 61% not 62%. Thanks
  • gator00sigator00si Posts: 52
    edited January 2013
    Lease Date: 12-28-02
    Location: Nashville
    Vehicle: 2013 ILX Premium
    Terms: 36 months
    Miles: 10k mi / yr
    True Sign & Drive:
    $0 down
    $0 out of pocket (all fees wrapped into payment)
    $0 first month payment (35 payments remaining)
    Payment: $300 / mo plus tax ($321 w/ tax)
    Accessories: splash guards, trunk tray, and wheel locks included
  • Jennys1. I went to Rick Case Acura (Plantation/Davie). You should not be putting $3500 down to get to a payment of $220 on a base ILX. Remember you can negotiate everything. At first I was looking at base model and was almost ready to pay about $260 with $0 down, then after further research ended up with the ILX premium model, $0 down and under $250. Granted, I went with $10,000 miles but Acura leases forgive 50% of any excess miles over 10K up to 15k so even if I end up putting 15K, technically they would only charge me for 12,500 and I don't drive that much. Just tell them you want a $0 down deal, only taxes and fees then see what is the best and absolute bottom monthly pay amt. they come up with, negotiate that until you are down to what you want. THEN throw in the down pay question asking them how much more would it save if you put (1k, 2k) down. Good luck
  • jett456jett456 Posts: 34
    You can also tell them you want zero out of pocket too. I rolled everything into my payment (except for the document fee). At the rate of interest they are charging its almost free money.
  • moe46moe46 Posts: 2
    edited January 2013
    Help with offer
    Sale price $28,500
    36month lease
    12k miles yr
    money factor .0024
    Residual value of 17,756
    $572.11 due at signing
    Payment of $326.67 without sales tax
    Thoughts??
    Thanks
  • Hi lefty26. Acura's January buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 ILX Base with 15,000 miles per year are .00024 and 59% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    When negotiating your deal on this car, make sure to take advantage of the $750 cash incentive that is currently available on it.

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  • Hi moe46. the selling price that you were quoted is around $100 over invoice...or $850 over invoice after the cash incentive is taken into account. I wouldn't be surprised if you were able to shave a couple hundred dollars off of this car's selling price if you are in an area that has a decent level of competition, but again this is a pretty good deal.

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  • moe46moe46 Posts: 2
    Thanks for the super fast response. Unfortunately I would need to drive two hours for the nearest competition. I will keep the forum posted. Thanks again Car man.
  • Money factor is .00024 looks like your missing a 0, not sure if its s typo. I was offered $1000 down 306.50 last month, sounds like you could shave a few dollars off your monthly
  • You're very welcome moe46. Don't feel too bad about the lack of competition. You're property taxes and other expenses are likely lower than they would be in an area that has a ton of dealers. I'll trade you ;). Good luck.

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  • n0cluen0clue Posts: 1
    I was quoted the following for the base model ILX 2.4L:

    $304 sign & drive
    10,000 miles

    what should I be aiming for?

    :confuse:
    please help! thanks!
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