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2015 Acura MDX Prices Paid and Buying Experience

steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 41,252
edited September 22 in Acura

Welcome to the Edmunds discussion dedicated to 2015 Acura MDX purchase experiences. If you have recently purchased a 2015 MDX, please share your experience here. If you have leasing questions, please visit the 2015 Acura MDX Lease Questions discussion.

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  • mrso718mrso718 Posts: 6

    Just picked up the 2015 MDX SH-AWD TECH PACK in Fanthom Blue Pearl I had put a down payment on. Loving the vehicle. Traded in my 2013 White RDX Tech Pack in, going to miss it =(. Here's the Breakdown for my deal

    MSRP: $49,735 Selling Price: $46,275 (Including Dest.) Acessories Installed: $2,400 (Splash Guard, Wheel Locks, all 3 rows all season mats including cargo living hinge tray, LED Fog Lights, Running boards, Remote Start. Dealer Fee: $75 DMV, Title, License, Tire, Inspection Fee: $91.50 (Transferred my Old Plates) Trade In Value: $30,000 Taxes: $1,657 OTD: $50,498

  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 41,252
    edited July 10

    Let us help evaluate your Acura MDX purchase. Please fill in all the fields below:

    1. Trim and factory options: __________________ (see this link to build your MDX)

    2. Dealer price is $____________.

    3. Doc fee is $_____________.
    4. Zip code __________.
    5. Other (extended warranty, service contract, dealer adds): _______________.

    This info will help the other forum members compare your quote with True Market Value and actual deals being made around the country.

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  • chebbiechebbie Posts: 3

    I am waiting the arrival of my 2015 SH-AWD w/Technology and Entertainment Packages in white diamond pearl. I traded in a 2012 Honda Pilot EX-L w/RES. Apparently, the AWD with this package and in this color is difficult to come by in the DFW area at this time. It was difficult negotiations. With a trade-in and all the fees it was difficult to get a good comparison among the dealers in the area. I guess that is part of the game. MSRP $51,735. Sale price $47,155. When it was all said and done, the total out-the-door was $49,807.

  • ram68ram68 Posts: 2

    Chebbie I'm in DFW looking to buy he same combination MDX. Which dealer did you work with and what was the breakup?

  • chebbiechebbie Posts: 3

    None of the 4 DFW area dealers had the one we wanted in stock on the lot. We almost ended up with the FWD instead of the AWD, but one of dealers indicated they had the exact AWD we wanted in transit. We ended up getting it from Vandergriff Acura. Still waiting for it to arrive but it is supposed to be here within the next several days. The total with sale price, dealer add-ons, fees, and sales tax was $49,807. The sales tax included was $1,525. This doesn't consider the equity in our trade-in but does contemplate reduced sales tax because of the trade-in. Without the trade-in, it would have added another $1,400 on for additional sales tax.

  • ram68ram68 Posts: 2

    Chebbie- Thanks. For the Sale price $47,155, were you able to get it from more than 1 dealer? How hard was it to get that? Did you negotiate the sale price in person or over the internet?

  • chebbiechebbie Posts: 3

    ram68 - It was difficult to get an equal comparison from each dealer for few reasons. Vandergriff was the only dealer that had the exact vehicle we were looking for. We were in discussion with another dealer on the FWD and another dealer on an AWD with Tech package (but not Entmt). Each dealers' fees were a little different and each valued our trade-in differently. For example, at one point we looked an AWD but in a different color than we wanted. That dealer's sale price was $48,900 but they were willing to give us more for our trade-in also. It probably would have ended up being a wash at the end of the day. The reason we ended up at Vandergriff is because they had the exact one we we're looking for. Most of the negotiations were done in person at some point with each of the 3 dealers along with some phone and email discussion. I've never had much success with negotiations via internet & email. I would say negotiations were probably a little more difficult than what I have experienced on past car purchases, mostly because of a limited number of Acura dealers in the area, smaller supply, and purchase at a time when the new model year is just starting to arrive on dealer lots.

  • paulkatpaulkat Posts: 3
    So 2015 acura does it has car play?
  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 41,252

    Doesn't sound like we'll see Car Play until the 2016 or 2017 models. Blurb here.

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  • Hugo_StiglitzHugo_Stiglitz Posts: 144
    edited July 31

    We went looking at 2015 MDX Advanced/ENT AWD today. I'm wondering if anyone can suggest a target price for me. Accessories: LED fog lights, Heated Steering wheel, Mats.

  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 41,252

    Try drilling down under Make/Model/Year above and select "Build with Options". That will give you our True Market Value price (TMV).

    That's an average price for your zip code - your plan should be to try to beat the average.

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  • Hugo_StiglitzHugo_Stiglitz Posts: 144

    TMV is of little help because neither the factory nor dealer installed options are factored in. Acura's site displays the MSRP of the option without cost of installation, which I'm finding can be exorbitant.

  • Hugo_StiglitzHugo_Stiglitz Posts: 144
    edited August 3

    Latest pricing

    2015 MDX Adv/ENT SH-AWD Protection Pkg V-- LED Fog lights-- Body side molding-- Heated Steering wheel-- CT sales tax 6.35%-- CT Reg-- New Tags-- doc fees--

    no coatings, no add-ons, no films, no nothing else

    I did not ask for a breakdown I offered $59,000 OOD best price so far $59,500

  • bobdole888bobdole888 Posts: 38

    Bought end of July, 2015 MDX AWD with Tech, 45,920 + tax/fees. 3 dealers in northern California was willing to sell at this price. All negotiation done over email.

  • Has anybody ever found yourself treated with any less priority/dignity/service loaner etc by buying a vehicle at a distant dealership? IOW not going to the selling dealer for service.

  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 41,252

    Tough question; occasionally you'll hear rumors that someone's VIN is "marked" in the dealer computer and those customers don't get the VIP treatment or offered loaners.

    More often, people say that the service side of the business is run separately from the new car sales, which is run separately from used cars, which is run separately from finance. That argument holds that the departments don't really share info and are just concerned with their own profit and loss statements and the heck with the other dealer units. The service writer will be concerned with happy customers and good surveys in other words and won't care where you purchased the car.

    It is true that if you are a "loyal" customer, you may get treated better out of warranty. But you may not. ;)

    The Secret Warranty

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  • chitown23chitown23 Posts: 1

    Illinois 2015 MDX Advanced Entertainment for Invoice ($53, 342 - Edmunds, destination included); wanted a clean deal so no accessories, warranties, etc. Last 2 days of the month in July

  • Took delivery of 2015 MDX Adv/Ent SH-AWD with heated steering wheel, Protect plan V, LED fogs, Body side molding, CT 6% tax, new plates, additional 9,000 9 month B2B warranty, 1st service free....$59746 out the door.

  • pukimon311pukimon311 North CarolinaPosts: 21

    Picked up 2015 AWD MDX w/ Tech package today. Selling price $46,076.

  • snl_glisnl_gli Posts: 2
    edited August 26

    @pukimon311 said: Picked up 2015 AWD MDX w/ Tech package today. Selling price $46,076.

    Does the price include taxes, destination fee and any extras? I am looking for the same thing. Seems like you got a good price. Which dealership did you get it from?
    
  • pukimon311pukimon311 North CarolinaPosts: 21
    Destination fee included. MSRP $49,735. Dealer is Performance Acura in Chapel Hill, NC. I leased the vehicle and paid upfront 1st month payment + 3% NC tax ($566), doc fee ($549) and title fee ($74). I declined dealer add ons like paint/interior protection and maintenance packages but I made a mistake of accepting $248 dealer add ons of nitrogen filled tires ($99...what was I thinking?) and wheel locks ($149...could have gotten much cheaper online). Good luck!
  • snl_glisnl_gli Posts: 2

    @pukimon311 said: Destination fee included. MSRP $49,735. Dealer is Performance Acura in Chapel Hill, NC. I leased the vehicle and paid upfront 1st month payment + 3% NC tax ($566), doc fee ($549) and title fee ($74). I declined dealer add ons like paint/interior protection and maintenance packages but I made a mistake of accepting $248 dealer add ons of nitrogen filled tires ($99...what was I thinking?) and wheel locks ($149...could have gotten much cheaper online). Good luck!

    Thanks!

  • Looking to purchase 2015 AWD MDX with Tech package in Northern VA, anyone who has recently purchased similar model please share OTD price.

  • pukimon311 - $46,076. is this OTD price?

  • kakakikikakakiki Posts: 2

    Paid $39,500 + TTL for 2015 MDX FWD base model. Was that ok price or should have negotiated more?

  • kakakikikakakiki Posts: 2

    $39,500 included destination.

  • Best offer I have received so far from a dealer in Northern Virginia is $48,025 OTD for AWD w/Tech package. pukimon31 can you please confirm if $46,076 is OTD price and details for sales person you dealt with.

  • js_novajs_nova Posts: 1

    I am also in Northern Va, looking for AWD with Tech and (ideally) Entertainment too. Mysearch12, which dealer quoted you that OTD price of $48,025 for AWD with Tech? and which sales rep? thanks!

    @mysearch12 said: Best offer I have received so far from a dealer in Northern Virginia is $48,025 OTD for AWD w/Tech package. pukimon31 can you please confirm if $46,076 is OTD price and details for sales person you dealt with.

  • mysearch12mysearch12 Posts: 4
    edited September 3

    For labor day weekend I received $46,500 OTD offer from Pohanka Acura in Chantilly, VA this was by far the best offer I received compare with other dealers for 2015 MDX (AWD with Tech package), Salesman - Rick P. [Phone number removed], I ended up not purchasing the vehicle as I am looking into car instead.

  • priarcfountainpriarcfountain New JerseyPosts: 2

    Hello All,

    As I was test driving SUVs in my list I was also skimming Edmunds exhaustively to construct jargon to deal with salespersons..and now after I achieved my goal the past weekend (phew!) I feel much obliged to share my story.

    Our requirements: Exterior:white and interior:parchment. 2015 MDX FWD with tech package. We bought our MDX from Precision Acura in Princeton for a MSRP of 44K. We got the delivery of the vehicle next day and everything was super smooth. Breakdown of the process: Tuesday night I sent out quote request to few car dealers in the tri state area for my requirements. Wednesday morning and afternoon started negotiating on the phone with almost 10-12 dealers! (tht was v. exhausting). Precision agreed to our offer by EOD, faxed our docs to them on thurs and friday drove the car home. Also, there were a couple of other dealers who matched the pricing but a little late into the game. Though it seemed like a couple of days to wrap up a hefty 44K SUV, it was reading and educating my self through forum like this that made it a piece of cake :wink:

    Super gratified and enjoying my ride...vroom vroom!

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