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2013 and earlier-Acura MDX Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • tamsrustamsrus Posts: 11
    Do you have dealer name /sales person name and phone number?
    Best offer I got here for the 2010 Tech/Enter was 43,500 before TTL.
  • Per forum guidelines - "You may include the dealership name, city and state in your post. Please do not post names of salespeople, telephone numbers, email addresses, or other contact information."

    DCH Montclair Acura
    Verona, New Jersey
    Ask for the internet sales team

    Was able to match price at other nearby dealers
  • rxpeterxpete Posts: 2
    I just bought a 2011 base for $39,000 including destination, all weather mats, and 8 free oil changes. The total otd price was 42576.50. What do you guys think?
  • tamsrustamsrus Posts: 11
    edited October 2010
    Are you sure it's the 2011 Tech and not the 2010?
  • svofan2svofan2 Posts: 440
    If you did that in NJ and it is a 2011 base, you did pretty good...much better than I, and I thought I was doing ok...I paid $39,900 and 1st service free..THAT is IT!..congratulations and enjoy the ride....I guess prices are changing on a daily basis...if not hourly, but is the nature of the beast, that is why I always say, no matter what the price of a vehicle is,it will change from buyer to buyer very quickly, since there are so many variables that ocurr in the dealership. It is a matter of being in the right place at the right time..but invariable there will always be someone doing better as well as worse, we usually hear only the "better", the "worse" rather not say...lol
  • tamsrustamsrus Posts: 11
    edited October 2010
    ok. I have a 2010 (limited color selection) on the MDX Tech with entertainment price at 43500 before TTL and MV fees.
    on the other hand, I just got a 43999 for a 2011 MDX Tech with entertainment before Doc fees, TTL and MV fees.

    which one should I get?
  • tamsrustamsrus Posts: 11
    The sales person that I got was pretty stubborn. I left the place and will try at another dealership instead.
  • svofan2svofan2 Posts: 440
    In my opinion that is a no brainer..for $500 you are getting a 2011 and not a 2010 which no matter what a year older...now if you get the 2010 for $1000 or more then maybe it could be more appealing, otherwise go for the 2011..good luck on what ever you decide....you will like it a lot...I just got my MDX 2011 base and it is wonderful, it exceeded my expectations..
  • Thanks, jpick! I saw your message and knew exactly which dealer it was. There is only one dealer in Atlanta area that offers free lifetime powertrain warranty. I got my 2011 MDX w/tech with the same deal from the same dealer, plus 0.9% Financing for 36 months. Not bad.
  • leexleex Posts: 7
    Hi techmdax2011

    I ask 3 dealers, and I have been told 0.9% APR for 36 months or 1.9% APR for 60 months only for 2010, and not for 2011. Currently no financial offer for 2011.
    Thanks
  • freedm2freedm2 Posts: 29
    I just bought a 2011 Tech with the following accessories..

    Advance Running Boards
    Body-Side Molding
    All Weather Mats
    Tri-Fold Cargo Mat
    Wheel Locks.

    Paid: 43,800 in PA.

    I started at $42,800 for the 2011 MDX Tech which is about $600 under invoice in my area. The accessories price was based on what I could buy them for online, about $1K with shipping, well under MSRP but probably not dealer cost. I figured this way they are all under the 4 year warranty since they were purchased at same time as the MDX.

    I got 2.89% for 60 months.

    I could have picked up a 2010 Tech for around 41,500 but it wasn't the color I wanted.

    Is this a good deal for a 2011 Tech /w all those accessories?
  • That seems very good for a 2011 - what dealer was it?
  • freedm2freedm2 Posts: 29
    I talked to 10 dealers over the last 2 weeks. They were the 2nd lowest price (200 difference), but they were the only ones who were up-front and didn't play any games. I talked to them 1 month ago and they were the lowest price on a 2010. I talked to them again today to get them match price on a 2011. They came close but I decided to go with them because they were not sleezy like all the rest. No games, very professional.

    I'm pretty certain the dealer that was 200 was going to get me a rate that was 1/2% higher to cash-in on more back-end profit.

    How do you send private mesages? I'll give you the dealer name, and the sales manager I dealt with.">
  • I just closed the deal early this evening. 0.9% for 36 months.
  • freedm2freedm2 Posts: 29
    Was the rate Acura Financial? What bank?
  • Yes, I just checked, it is Acura financial services.
  • freedm2freedm2 Posts: 29
    Thats pretty interesting. About 2 weeks ago I was getting mixed messages from dealers. Some said the .9 and 1.9% APR applied to the 2011 others said it didn't. Not 100% say it doesn't.

    What did you pay for the MDX? Model/Price/Fees?

    Did you ask what the 60 month rate would be?
  • jatsmdxjatsmdx Posts: 10
    Today, i paid deposit for a 2010 MDX with Tech package. Prices 42400 (which is 500 below Invoice). Total with taxes/doc/reg was 46300. Got the .9% APR rate.

    I am in NJ .. have anyone seen better deals in NY/NJ/PA/nearby states....on 2010 or 2011? If so, do send me dealer info as reply or private.

    Thanks
  • tamsrustamsrus Posts: 11
    the 2011 is actually 44300 (didnt know they charge a doc fee) but the killer was that there was no special financing from acura on the 2011. I would have a 4.9% instead of a 1.9% on the 2010.
  • tamsrustamsrus Posts: 11
    Seems like you got a very good deal.
    which dealership is this? please PM the name of dealership/phone number where i can reach them.

    I"m shock you got all that accessories for 1k. the running boards msrp goes for 1.5k itself.

    there's acura financing for 2010 models but not for 2011...
  • freedm2freedm2 Posts: 29
    JataMDX - Yes you can do much better. I've spent 2 weeks talking to at least 10 dealers. 500 under on a 2010 is a good deal but it is far from the best you can get by playing the "dealer games" 2 months ago I was quoted $700 below invoice on a 2010 with NO Haggling; however, other dealers tried 200 above on a 2010.

    I just bought a 2011, but the best price I got on a 2010 Tech was around $41600 which was NOT easy to get. Seems like dealers will deal more on the 2010 Advances than the Techs. The advances are harder to move because of the price. I got a quote of $1700 under invoice on an advance.

    Dealers have an extra $1000 in dealer cash on the 2010. You should be able to get that entire $1000.

    If I could figure out how to PM I would sent you all the specifics, dealer, model/color, price.
  • freedm2freedm2 Posts: 29
    I should have mentioned. I specifically asked that the running boards not be installed. They are very easy to install, no drilling - all the holes are there from factory. I figured I would do a better job of no8t scratching anything.

    So the prices are based on parts only. I basically paid $450 for the running boards.

    Still can't figure out PM.
  • tamsrustamsrus Posts: 11
    Can u even pm here? Just let us know wat state and dealership name.
    I'm leaning toward 2010 vs2011 because of the low financing.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,105
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  • rxpeterxpete Posts: 2
    Yes, it was a 2011 base. Bail Blue/ Taupe interior in NJ. The free oil changes are included with every new car. When I was haggling, I told them it wasn't a factor and just concentrated on price. They said they'd give me the 39000 if I didn't take the free "life time" oil changes but in the end they were included anyway. I'm glad I did well on it.
  • gbc13gbc13 Posts: 1
    Was quoted price of $42,458 plus TTL for a 2010 MDX Tech at Serramonte Acura in San Francisco (before the $1000 dealer incentive) and offered $15K for my 2005 TL trade in (clean with 27K miles and Nav). Probably should have taken it but I was greedy. Now I'm living in Seattle and can't get any dealers to come close, or offer a deal on a 2011. Can anybody recommend a good NW dealer. I'm to the point where I might buy out of the area and ship. Has anybody had luck doing this?
  • I got the same deal as jpick. it is 2011 MDX w/tech with lifetime powertrain warranty, mats, cargo matts, wheel loc..

    42686+599(doc fee)+ttl,

    1.9% for 60 months was available, but I choose 0.9% for 36 months..
  • freedm2freedm2 Posts: 29
    I know you said you just took delivery. When did you make the deal? 2 weeks ago?

    What mats did you get? The rubber all-weather?
  • can you share the name of the dealer?
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