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2013 and earlier-Acura MDX Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • 3rowsuv3rowsuv Posts: 12
    2 months ago negotiated a 13 MDX Tech for $37.9k plus dest/proc/tax/tags/etc. (About $40.7K OTD (VA 3% tax))

    Now the same dealers (Pohanka & Radley) are up to 38.9k due to the delay in 2014s.

    They sold their 13s fast thinking the 14s were coming. The delay left them short of mdx's so no need to blow out the few remaining 13s they have left in stock.

    You can still get one of their black or silver models for $41.6k OTD (3% VA tax/tags).
  • driven8driven8 Posts: 1
    I, too, live in the Bay Area and am interested in the awd tech model. Were you able to negotiate any off listed MSRP?
  • offcityoffcity Posts: 6
    I don't think so. They don't do any discount at this moment. It is true that there are several people (for each dealership) who made a deposit to secure either first batch and the next batch on July. But, I'm gonna try to negotiate for Advanced model.
  • ag75034ag75034 Posts: 5
    The lowest the dealers are willing to go at this time for the 2013 base is around this a good deal? Will the prices go lower if I wait for another week...when the 2014s are here?
  • 3rowsuv3rowsuv Posts: 12
    edited June 2013
    38k for a base out the door (all in) is pretty good, but if you are adding fees/tax/etc. on top of that it is not.

    You can get a13mdx tech for 38k plus all the fees/taxes in md/va.

    (if need be, buy it over the phone from md/va and spend $500 to ship it to you).
  • ag75034ag75034 Posts: 5
    38k in dfw ...This is without taxes and fees but includes destination...
    Who is the dealer in md/va that I should talk to? Are there any state requirements I should be aware of for registration?
  • 3rowsuv3rowsuv Posts: 12
    Pohanka & Radley in Virginia
    Rosenthall in Maryland.
    I believe the above 3 dealers are top 5 in the country and they all compete hard against each other.

    The problem is, most of their supply is dry, so they are not dealing hard right now until they get 14s.

    Your best bet is to look at new inventory on corporate websites, if they are loaded in the particular model you are looking for, call the gm directly and tell him what you want to the penny.

    Until 14s come out I would guess 36.5 for a base (plus tax) and 38.5 for tech (plus tax) are about the best pricing you will get.
  • tmk786tmk786 Posts: 5
    Any one had luck with one lately??
    I can not get deal on 2013 mDX tech. less tha 43 +++
  • sebring95sebring95 Posts: 3,225
    edited June 2013
    I haven't seen any super deals posted on any of the forums lately. Supply is dwindling...dealers that historically held 100+ of these are down to 15-20 and many are base models. I may have predicted this.....gloating just a little. Now hopefully my other prediction comes true and the resale value rebounds on the late models once the '14's actually hit the ground. There's going to be a $8-10k difference between what many of us bought our '12/'13 models and what a '14 is going to run for awhile.
  • tmk786tmk786 Posts: 5
    I was told by some sales guy at Goodson Acura that he will beat the lowest price on MDX by up to 500.00. when I sent them the quote from other dealer, They could not even match or come close to it........Go figure !!
  • The best deal i have gotton via eprices in chicago land is 45,500 for an advanced package.

    Getting close to the 10k off.

    one thing to consider is that the gas mileage difference will save you about $6,250 in about 75,000 miles with the 2014.
  • ag75034ag75034 Posts: 5
    I don't the math is right... the gas savings will be a max of 3k over 75k miles..
  • sebring95sebring95 Posts: 3,225
    one thing to consider is that the gas mileage difference will save you about $6,250 in about 75,000 miles with the 2014.

    The only way that math works is if you're comparing the hwy rating of the FWD '14 to the city rating of the AWD '13.

    Using the combined mileage between AWD would save about 600 gallons over 75,000 miles. You can do the math on your local cost of fuel.

    This is also assuming the EPA numbers actually work out in the real world...I get right on the money with my '12 MDX. My experience with Honda VCM engines is that they do very well for the EPA test but not so much in real world.
  • ag75034ag75034 Posts: 5
    The best I have heard as of now is about 2000 off MSRP.. Anybody buy one yet?
  • offcityoffcity Posts: 6
    Can you let us know more details? Which trim? which location? Any trade-in? Currently, I have no good for negotiating the MSRP for AWD/Advance trim.
  • hkny79hkny79 Posts: 7
    tried negotiating for 2014 with tech/entertainment package, but no luck, selling at MSRP for now and that was 2 days ago. not willing to pay full MSRP, anyone have any luck getting any discounts?
  • otis123otis123 Posts: 426
    edited June 2013
    Bad timing for Honda Motor... With the stock market tanking they won't be holding out for MSRP for the 2014 MDX for long...
  • ven2013ven2013 Posts: 1
    I got a quote on 2014 MDX Tech + ENT for $50550 in Chicago area.
    It is $1000 less than MSRP.
    Any thoughts on this price?
  • scuba01scuba01 Posts: 29
    new in demand car will be tough to get deals until much later in the year.
  • mtns2seamtns2sea Posts: 4
    10,000 off MSRP is what I'm looking to get on a '13.

    Might have to wait until all the local dealers have '14s on their lots. There is still a good supply of '13 locally.
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