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2013 and earlier-Acura MDX Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • yauzas1yauzas1 Posts: 1
    Hi all, Noob here. Has anyone from new york purchased the MDX in Virginia and registered in NY? How is the sales tax handled. Thanks in advance.
  • pastready2buypastready2buy Posts: 35
    edited August 2012
    If you don't mind, could you please provide some additional details on your price? How far under $38k and did this include destination (+$895), dealer fees (+$400 for the VA dealers), loyalty (-$1000) and military (-$750) for your '04 MDX?

    Assuming at $470 w/ zero down you leased?

    Thanks!
  • kbekbe Posts: 1
    Purchased MDX base in Libertyville, IL for $36,200 (excluding destination (+$895 charge), title, tax and license) and did not include any Loyalty or Conquest Rebates. Quoted $39,500 on tech package (excluding Loyalty or Conquest rebate) as well. Very easy to work with, no pressure tactics
  • I have narrowed down to this and am looking for guidance on what people have paid for this in San Jose/Bay Area. So far have a quote for 40,995+ TTL. Anyone see something better.

    Thanks.
  • texmdx1texmdx1 Posts: 2
    I am looking for a MDX with Technology package. I live in Texas...most of the great deals I am reading are up north...any great deals at a dealership in Texas?
  • m0s1m0s1 Posts: 1
    Got a quote for mdx tech +ent for 42151 (ttl price is 46171 otd)....is this a great price? Live in Chicago il
  • I purchased an MDX Advance Palladium Silver Metallic with Taupe interior on July 30, 2012 from Jay Wolfe Acura in Kansas City, MO. It included all-season floor mats, tri-fold cargo tray, body side moldings, door edge film, touch-up paint, and wheels locks. The dealer also includes oil changes per the maintenance minder for the life of the vehicle (original owner). The out-the-door price, not including tax, title, or license fee, (I live in Kansas, not Missouri so the TTL is not paid at the dealer) was $47,799. I financed $36K at 0% for 36-months through Acura Finance. No trade-in. The rest paid in cash. The MSRP (including dealer installed inflated pricing on accessories and the $199 admin fee) was $54,636, not including the lifetime oil-change value. The current “incentives” were $1,000 loyalty (I have a 2006 TL) and there is $1,500 manufacturer to dealer cash. So the additional discount was $4,337. So I got a little ways into the dealer holdback (below invoice), but not much. I am definitely satisfied with the deal given the included value of the oil changes.

    The dealer was excellent to work with and I can recommend Dennis Maher or Denny Vickers as sale personnel.

    In addition, I have purchased and installed myself (it is pretty easy) a trailer hitch, wiring harness, and a hitch reducer (2” to 1-1/4” for bike rack) from e-trailer for $213.

    The only issue that I had was that the passenger side door edge trim was not installed very well when I picked up the vehicle, but they redid them yesterday and now they look just fine.

    FYI – I also drove the Lexus RX350 and RX450h – liked the 450, but the cost difference was too much. I also drove the BMW X3 and X5. Really like both of them and I thought they handled and drove better than the MDX; however, the X5 was over my budget and the X3 seats did not fit me very well. I also would have had to wait 4 weeks for an X3 with the equipment I wanted and the existing ones on the lot had odd combinations of options. Both the local Lexus and BMW dealers were also great to work with and I can recommend Chris Nottage at the Lexus dealer and Gregg Griswold at the BMW dealers in the KC area.

    Mike
  • bbo56bbo56 Posts: 2
    Hi all - just got a quote north of Boston for a Tech for $42K and an Advance for $47.3. Both already include the $1K loyalty discount. Has anyone else received better quotes in New England? I'm willing to travel for a better deal. Thanks.
  • texmdx1texmdx1 Posts: 2
    Vulches - I live in Texas and am looking for an MDX with Tech package. would you email me recommendations on how you got such a great deal? Did you deal only through the internet?
  • mroll1mroll1 Posts: 1
    Hi
    You might want to try Muller Acura in Merrillville IN. I purchased a 2012 mdx with tech package yesterday OTD for $43,000.00 including all fees, and IL taxes. Been searching for a while in chicago area and surrounding suburbs and no one came close to this deal. It's a new dealership just opened 08/01/2012. I got a quote online.
  • 42K is OTD? Same for the 47.3K quote advance? OTD? If not, both prices seem high. I hope it is not the dealer I am planning on visiting next North of Boston.
  • fhaquefhaque Posts: 1
    I have a price of 36795 from dealer for an MDX base '12
    Is this a good price?
    Thanks
    -Faisal
  • Where are you located? Try targeting $36k.
  • Try inquiring with Bernardi's. I got 40,900K for Tech without any negotiations from them.
  • I am looking for the Acura MDX Advance with entertainment package in Omaha, NE. Dealear is not willing to come below 51K where I see prices way below that in some of the post here. How should I ask for the same price at my local dealer or is it a good idea to shop near by like Kansas City so I can get better deal. Also I have 2008 RDX to trade in. Is it a good idea to trade in or try to sell by myself so I can take out the trade in part out of the negotiation.

    Really looking forward for some suggetion from other experienced user here.
  • bbo56bbo56 Posts: 2
    No, those prices weren't OTD. It was Acura of Peabody. I figured I'd start with them, then shop around the other MA and NH dealers. Planning on getting e-mail quotes from a bunch, but I wanted to get a sense of what a good starting point was. Will definitely check in with Bernardi. Also - he said the 13's were coming out in October, but I can't find anything to back that up yet.
  • ajs9ajs9 Posts: 9
    I have been getting offers from multiple dealers of approximately $38k before taxes for the base model of the MDX. Can't seem to get anyone lower. Thoughts on how to get dealer down further? TIA!
  • Can you please send me the detail information on this deal? I am trying to negotiate with my local dealer and if they don't come close to this price I am willing to travel for a good deal.
  • specifionespecifione Posts: 7
    edited August 2012
    Hello i got below quote for mdx advance
    51.3 OTD(vehicle price# $47,524)..and not able to get lower than that..any suggestions how to deal? can some one please mail me the quote(tech or advance) they got in other places i will try with it..my mail is same as screenname at outlook.
  • Hello Sami

    can you please share you deal details..my mail is same as screenname at outlook.
  • vazmanvazman Posts: 3
    Guys,

    I am looking at a 2012 MDX Tech and got a quote from Rallye Acura yesterday with my trade-in. From what I am reading on the posts here, people are getting a much better price. Can someone confirm if they have purchased or received a better quote. Dealer is willing to match any quote. My email is same as my screen name at gmail.com. I am planning to move fast on this, so any help would be appreciated.

    Selling Price: $43,816
    Loyalty: - $1000
    Trade-In: -$21000
    Sales Tax: $1980.38
    Fees: $135

    OTD: $23,931.38
  • bill124bill124 Posts: 242
    Good luck with them. They wouldn't match and then they hit me with a preprinted "dealer fee" or documents fee after we agreed to a price. They told me that the dealers wouldn't stand behind the quotes. They were convenient but not the best price by thousands....
  • mambwe33mambwe33 Posts: 4
    edited August 2012
    I went to Island Acura on Tuesday and they quoted me $42,500 for an MDX with Tech. I only had ten minutes so I didn't negotiate with them. This was the first offer they gave me, so I'm sure there was still room.
  • Hey, ajs9. Around $38K seems to be as low as the Ohio dealers I've dealt with will go on a base MDX. That includes the destination fee but not TTL, etc. A couple dealers would do $37,795 on inventory received prior to April, because those cars cost them slightly less. Best deal would be to pick one of those units and then, if you can, apply the $1,000 loyalty or conquest promo to make it $36,795. That would be a really good deal, based on what I just went through. Also, if you need financing 0.9% is hard to beat.
  • vulchesvulches Posts: 17
    You need to negotiate a better sales price (should be ~ $39-40k max for MDX with Tech) and then bring up the fact that you have a trade. Try the dealers in NJ. I think DCH Montclair is usually pretty competitive. Nobody beats the dealers in VA/MD though. I think they've been offering the Tech for under $39k + TTL.
  • grkmecgrkmec Posts: 12
    I am from the NYC area, willing to travel for a good deal!
  • vineetbhardwajvineetbhardwaj Posts: 5
    edited August 2012
    Hi,
    I am getting a quote for MDX 12 tech model for 40k that includes destination charges in NJ. I can not avail loyalty of 1k as I don't have a vehicle that qualifies for that. Can you please suggest if this is a good price ..if not, where can I get a good deal..willing to travel till 300 miles.

    Email same as the screen name at gmail
    Thanks.
  • sigp228sigp228 Posts: 1
    Have you thought of a used one?
  • Can I get some advice on where to go to get the best price in St Louis or metro area? My experience is that the dealers want to sell just under msrp. One dealer never mentioned about the loyalty program when I was looking at a certified car for within a couple of thousand of the invoice of a new car. I am ready to pull the trigger but have not found my target. looking for a mdx base or tec. Thanks
  • As I have mentioned few pages b4, prices so fat has been as low as $36k for base and $39,500 for tech. So try around that #.
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