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2013 and earlier-Acura MDX Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • offcityoffcity Posts: 6
    I think this is a good deal unless the dealership slashes the trade-in value (if any). I'm unable to get any discount from MSRP in SF bay area.
  • abokhariabokhari Posts: 7
    67 & 66% for 10K & 12K mi. 36 month. Dealer giving minimal discount ($500-750).MF 0.00160. Is the residual likely to be set lower later on when the prices are likely to go down (with the result that lease payment remains comparable to what it is now)?
  • jaybowazjaybowaz Posts: 2
    Nocive on lease ... and I have feeling I got killed on a lease deal end of Apr (unfortunately felt pressure to deal before a certain date for variety of reason and so rushed w/ dealer … not ideal but in deal now of course)

    2013 Acura MDX Tech Package
    Window tinting for pass & driver side included by dealer
    Gross cap cost $47,113
    Net cap cost $44,276

    Amnt pd at signing: $4,700
    (equals amount for trade in of 2006 Kia Sorento w/ 118k miles )
    Capitalized cost reduction (cr for net trade-in allowance) $2,836
    1st Month Payment $620
    Title fees $794
    Docs $450

    36 month lease
    10k miles per year
    (added miles 0.20 per mile)
    Residual value $25,360 (that 54% then?)
    Money factor .0062
    Payment (incl tax) $620

    Please let me know where I screwed up on this deal – looking to avoid mistakes for future deals

    Thanks!
  • deanniedeannie Posts: 12
    Dealers need to make a profit, so it's understandable that they're holding out for MSRP (or within $500-$1000). Each and every 2014 MDX they have is worth approximately a dollar a pound in profit give or take (please put your calculators away - I'm just making a point). It's a once in a blue moon event for them.

    But I've never paid more than a grand over invoice for a car. So, I wait. I hope that everyone interested in purchasing an MDX near MSRP does so asap so I can purchase one (maybe $1500-2000 above invoice) before the summer ends. Does anyone remember how long it was before the then-new 2007 MDX started selling at more relaxed prices? It would be nice to have a frame of reference. Thanks!
  • uclaboy82uclaboy82 Posts: 1
    I live in Los Angeles and I am looking to purchase a '13 MDX with Tech (Black/Parch). I have seen that dealers in the area now have a good supply of 2014s and was just wondering what a good price to pay for a '13 with Tech package would be?

    When I look on Truecar, it says dealers are offering them at $41,150. Would this be a good price or do you think I could find a better deal?

    Thanks!
  • tmk786tmk786 Posts: 5
    I got a offer of (47850-7200) 40650.00 from a dealer in Houston Area. New with 0 miles.
  • bigmike51bigmike51 Posts: 2
    Acura in Westmont(Chicago area) has 26 new 2012 MDX's in stock. Has anyone bought one lately? I would like to know what anyone has paid for one of these 2012's - especially one with a technology and entertainment package.
  • ag75034ag75034 Posts: 5
    edited June 2013
    36000 for tech.. I got one last month..

    P.s this is for tech w/o ent .. How much are they asking..
  • tmk786tmk786 Posts: 5
    do you get full warranty from the purchase date??
    i would like to get one....Please post dealer name & #.
  • hkny79hkny79 Posts: 7
    where can I get 2013 mdx for base $36,000 and tech for $38,000. located in dallas area.
    If i can find this deal I am willing to travel to get this.
    which dealers have inventory in stock?
  • 3rowsuv3rowsuv Posts: 12
    You can probably get $41k OTD (including 3% VA tax) at Radley in Falls Church, VA (2013 Tech).

    For you Virginia residents car tax goes up to 4% July 1st.
  • scuba01scuba01 Posts: 29
    Anybody know of new July incentives on the way.
  • beach15beach15 Posts: 1,305
    With the lack of inventory already in existence (there may be a few stores with more than others, but this is a rarity), do not anticipate anything more than the current $2500 dealer cash. Any 2013 MDX you can find now is an awesome deal.
  • allawallaw Posts: 12
    I just got an internet quote for a 2014 MDX SH-AWD base model for $1150 off MSRP. Do you think I still have room to negotiate? Anybody knows the MF and residual for this model?
  • doudadouda Posts: 3
    Hi There,

    What was the MSRP on the car you bought? I am looking at a few with $47,850 MSRP so do you think that $36,000 is the way to go. Thanks!
  • taurean25taurean25 Posts: 2
    edited July 2013
    Hi,

    I am new to this forum.

    I am getting a 2014 MDX with Tech package for an OTD of $47,400 in Oregon. Is this a good price?

    Thanks,
  • brasmusbrasmus Posts: 4
    that sounds like a good price.who is the dealer in oregon.
  • taurean25taurean25 Posts: 2
    Kendall in Eugene.
  • jason135jason135 Posts: 4
    Hi,
    Need some advise. I am at near end of 2011 rdx SW AWD for which I paid 5k down and after paying monthly $450 for 35 months has $21000 buy out amount. Currently with my mileage and condition trade in value is 25-26k. I am interesting in re leasing MDX 2014 SH AWD. Dealer offered me a equity of $2500 and with $0 down lease offer $525 per month or additional $2500 down with $467 per month.
    Should I go for it. Mileage 10,000/year but I can roll over 4000 miles to next lease which are still not used
  • jason135jason135 Posts: 4
    Need some advise. I am at near end of 2011 rdx SW AWD for which I paid 5k down and after paying monthly $450 for 35 months has $21000 buy out amount. Currently with my mileage and condition trade in value is 25-26k. I am interesting in re leasing MDX 2014 SH AWD. Dealer offered me a equity of $2500 and with $0 down lease offer $525 per month or additional $2500 down with $467 per month.
    Should I go for it. Mileage 10,000/year but I can roll over 4000 miles to next lease which are still not used
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