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Acura TSX Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • Been looking for best deal on TSX with navigation and got price of $27,838 plus my fees and taxes. Went on www.acurasearch.com got my price through them, but they told me special 2.9% financing over today. I brought the car but is this true and has anybody else got the car cheaper?
  • Word on the forums around is saying that April will be the time to get an Acura. Both TL and TSX going to change, so basically they need to clear out lot of inventory. Word is incentives are going to be >2000K some claiming hints as much as 4000K off TL's
  • April may be a good time, but you may be severely limited on color, navi and transmission options by then.
  • remember mine is a 2007 with nav...for a 2008..there are no factory incentives as yet...so the dealer might not be willing to go down...I live in the bay area..sunnyvale...and this was the standard quote around...around LA, there was keyes acura that u might wanna check..they offer some good deals...
  • My girlfriend is looking to trade-in her 2003 Nissan Altima 2.5S for a 2006 Acura Tsx. She would like to buy one this week. The problem is that she can't seem to find the title for her car. I think NJ takes up to 4 weeks to get a duplicate title.

    Can a dealership get a replacement title faster? Does she have any other options other than to wait for the duplicate title from DMV?
  • Check with AAA. They might be able to provide you with forms.
  • I leased a 2008 TSX auto without navi in November, 2007.
    Vehicle price = $26,333.00 + DMV fee of $28.00
    Residual value=$17,027.40
    Acquisition fee = $595.00
    12,000 miles, no cap cost reduction, 36 months
    Monthly payment=$333.73 includes sales tax of $25.43

    Dealer: Planet Acura of Downey (SoCal) which moved to Buena Park last week. Use the internet sales department salesman. Excellent leasing experience. :shades:
  • what is the name of the dealer who quoted 28,150 w/nav in north jersey.I can't get close to that quote the best I got was $29,314 but also includes the wood kit.I looking to buy in about 2 weeks.By the way did you buy the car at that price.
    Artie R
  • What dealer is quoting $28,405 in northern new jersey for tsx w/nav
  • Is that price with taxes, documentation, destination, etc.? I just got quoted 2008 TSX base (non navi) for $28750 out the door. Is that a good price?
  • That does not seem like a good deal I got 2 quotes with nav plus wood trim kit $365.00 on acura site for $29,314 & $29,355 this does include destination fee it does not include tax, doc&tire fee 1 quote from (wayne acura)the other (montclair acura)
    Artie
  • Hi everyone! Went to a Miami dealer just to get some ideas and a feel for the car. They said they only had 4 left and quoted me 27,000 for the car, but this does NOT include tax, tag, and title. Including all that would put me around 29,000 out the door. I would think there is some wiggle room... thoughts? Suggestions? Thanks!
  • Hi Christine
    Take the deal now if you can get it.bottom line price for that car is $28,500 cost to the dealer including delivery charge plus tax tags doc fee tire fee lowest price in new jersey $31,414 out the door if you can get $29,000 grab it now good luck.
    Artie
  • biker4biker4 Posts: 746
    That seems like a good price especially given the fact that the subsidy is no longer available and that FL dealers don't seem to deal much.
  • Thanks for the replies! The thing is I kind of would like to negotiate the offer more... the dealer just blurted 27,000 out before I even got the chance to put my first offer out. Considering the 2008 models HAVE been out for a few months now - yet there are STILL 2007 models on the lot (wouldn't this mean that the 07 models have been in inventory for a rather long period of time and dealers would be willing to get them off the lot?) COULD I get this car for a less than 27,000? They have even more reason to move cars with the 2009 models being reported to come out in May or so...
    Any help is appreciated! Thanks again!
  • amad1amad1 Posts: 123
    I just recieved a price quote of $26,300+ Tax and fees. (which by the way are astronomical out here) for the above listed car. I live in the Silicon (expensive) Valley. Is this a good price? What are others getting in Northern California.
  • eights38eights38 Posts: 137
    amad1 - Do you put between 10,000 and 15,000 miles per year on your car? If so, I would definitely recommend leasing a 2008 Acura TSX - the leases are phenomenal (nationally advertised lease of $299 with a $605 capitalized cost reduction based on 36 months with 10,000 miles per year and excellent credit) and the lease interest rate is 0.84%. If you need more help, please feel free to reply or shot me an email.
  • eights38eights38 Posts: 137
    Artie - Sounds like you are getting aggressive numbers, but could probably do a little bit better in NJ. I would recommend leasing this vehicle if you drive between 10,000 and 15,000 miles per year. If you need more help, please feel free to reply or email me.
  • amad1amad1 Posts: 123
    I really don't want to lease because I plan on my driving my next car for at least 10-11 years. Also, I put 12-16K a year on my car. I have good credit but not excellent credit.

    Thanks though, Its definately something to consider, I will look into it.
  • nj2pa2ncnj2pa2nc Posts: 813
    why do you recommend leasing over buying-just wondering since I have read others saying alot of things against leasing. I know it is not a good thing for me as I average 30,000 miles a year but I do buy new cars every 2-3 years.
  • eights38eights38 Posts: 137
    nj2pa2nc - I would recommend leasing over buying a 2008 Acura TSX because the lease money factor equates to an interest rate under 1.0%, 0.84% to be exact! A lease is typically only beneficial for an individual that drive 10,000 to 15,000 miles per year which is clearly not in your best interest. If you have any more questions, please reply or email me.
  • nj2pa2ncnj2pa2nc Posts: 813
    no questions for you just a thank you for your reply-appreciate it.
  • eights38eights38 Posts: 137
    Any time...
  • Guys...this is a different year with the 2009s coming out. I want an '08 but really want to wait as much as possible to get the best deal. I don't care much for the redesign because I feel that the 2008 model has all the kinks/issues worked out of it - real best bang for the buck.

    How long do you think I can push off the purchase of an '08 and still find some on the lots? How long after the 08s arrived were the 07s still available?

    Any info would be much appreciated.
  • Why wait? By all accounts the inventories are low and dwindling and no more are being made. Best time to buy may have already passed.
  • nchengncheng Posts: 4
    San Jose, CA...no Navi, quote 26000 + tax + fees (10%), so 28600 otd..
    How is this price? worth buying?
  • amad1amad1 Posts: 123
    San Jose, CA...no Navi, quote 26000 + tax + fees (10%), so 28600 otd..
    How is this price? worth buying


    The quote I got was $25,997 plus tax and fees for the same car.
  • What do you think of Black '04 Auto TSX w/ Nav 96,308 miles for $14,992? It looks like a good price but it's because it's high miles. How worried should I be about the mileage? Are there any concerns with this 04 model that I should know about? Thanks. :confuse:
  • Just been to couple of dealers this week in NJ! TSX with Navi both of them offered for Invoice price with Destination $28,499, carbon grey pearl.
    is it a good deal to close or wait for '09 to arrive in April to close a deal.
    Fianancing option around 5.6% APR with excellent credit.
    any suggestions?
  • eights38eights38 Posts: 137
    kira08 - Which dealers are you working with? I can assure you that the 2009 model will not be discounted as much as the 2008, but the improvement in residual value might make it a better deal in the long run. If you need more help, please feel free to email me or reply.
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