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Acura TSX Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • yamjamyamjam Posts: 21
    Seems $300 below invoice is the average price paid. See the below website.
    http://truecar.com/release/report/2010_Acura_TSX_4dr_Sedan_L4_Auto_Tech_Pkg.html- ?colorInfo=Not Available,Taupe,33220.0000,0,2010 Acura,TSX,4dr Sedan L4 Auto Tech Pkg,2010_Acura_TSX_Not_Available.jpg&trimId=316814&modelId=19463&zipcode=91377
  • mintoobmintoob Posts: 13
    I bought my MDX from Crest Acura (in Syracuse). This was in 2007. I service it in any Acura/Honda service center. The dealer I am getting 200$ below is based in NJ.

    Are you ok with that?
  • rrubianesrrubianes Posts: 4
    Just bought an 06 TSX Tech with 39K miles for $19,800+Fees. So, if it doesn't have navi, try going a few hundred lower. Thanks.
  • elnyelny Posts: 4
    I wonder what tristate area you are in. i am in NY and just got off the phone with a salesperson from a Long Island dealership who insisted that the tsx -4cyl with tech was selling for MSRP -at $33220 when you include destination. I referred him to the True Car website which published an average price of $30,404 for the 2010 tsx, 4 cyl auto. with tech package.
    Are you in the ny area? If so, which dealer offered you the car for $200 below invoice plus destination, which would be $29802 plus $810, plus taxes and mv charges?
    PLease let me know - let us all know- so we can use this to negotiate and get a fair price.
    The attitude of the saleman was not conducive to further negotiations.
    thanks.
  • elnyelny Posts: 4
    correction: the invoice is $29802. Your price is $29602 plus destination, taxes, mv
    costs.
  • akkjettaakkjetta Posts: 6
    Why does the price before TTL matter?
  • adamh1adamh1 Posts: 15
    Because TT&L varies based on county/state so it isn't a meaningful comparison.
  • mintoobmintoob Posts: 13
    I am in Bedford Hills, NY and will be going to a dealer in NJ next week to do the deal.

    He has promised me the following

    2010 Acura TSX V4 with tech pkg for 29602 + 810 (destination) + 199$ (documentation fee) + taxes (which I will pay to the state) + free all season mat. This is the best deal I have got so far.

    Once I finish the deal, I will let you know about the dealer and the agent name. Stay tuned.
  • elnyelny Posts: 4
    I live on Long Island and so I am negotiating with dealers who insist on top dollar.
    The best I have done so far is an offer for the 2010 TSX/4cyl/auto with tech. - the same car as your's - for the "low" price of $31,411. THis price also includes destination but it is still significantly more than you are paying. Your price is $30,611 plus taxes and DMV and thus, is a whopping $800 below mine - and you get all season mats thrown in to the deal.
    One dealer told me I had to pay MSRP!
    I assume you are certain your price is for a 2010 model.
    Let me know what happens as soon as you close the deal. I will move on this, or another car, early next week.
    good luck
  • nyccarguynyccarguy Stamford, CTPosts: 7,994
    With the way the economy is, no car is selling for MSRP. Except maybe the Audi S5.

    2001 Prelude Type SH, 2011 Pilot EX-L 4WD, 2015 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium

  • azraiderazraider Posts: 1
    Thanks to all of you that have posted previously. Your insight helped educate me on getting a pretty decent deal on a new 09 TSX 6 sp-manual (w/o Nav). Did most everything thru email.

    Tint
    Body side molding
    Splash guards
    wheel locks
    Trunk Tray
    Rear-wing spoiler
    Custom chrome wheel package

    Sale Price $27,684. OTD $30,809 (not including the warranty). Without the window etching. I'd love opinions, positive or negative. Trying to find a manual transmission in Arizona was a chore.

    My question is about the Extended Warranty (Acura Care). I've seen other posts on the topic but haven't noticed answers. I never buy extended warranties. They gave the hard sell on it and I bought in after knowing I could cancel it. They reduced the price down to $1475 from $2000. Looking to see if others have actually used this warranty ? I'd appreciate your replies as I have 30 days to cancel it.
    Thanks
  • elnyelny Posts: 4
    Frustrated by dealers not moving to aggressive pricing on Long Island - having seen prices for a 2010 tsx 4 cyl. tech staying high relative to invoice price - I am now going to negotiate purchasing another vehicle. Any ideas?
  • nyccarguynyccarguy Stamford, CTPosts: 7,994
    Personally I don't think the extended warranty is necessary. Underneath those thickly bolstered seats, beautfuly crafted interior, & sport tuned suspension, the Acura TSX is above all else, A HONDA! These cars are built to last. There's really NOTHING post warranty that could go wrong that would cost you $1000 or more.

    2001 Prelude Type SH, 2011 Pilot EX-L 4WD, 2015 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium

  • nyccarguynyccarguy Stamford, CTPosts: 7,994
    the only thing I can think of is maybe they've got a bunch of '09 leftovers they have to get rid of before they start selling the '10s at a normal price

    2001 Prelude Type SH, 2011 Pilot EX-L 4WD, 2015 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium

  • ohbilliamohbilliam Posts: 1
    mintoob - Would you mind specifying the dealership? I am very interested! Thanks!
  • aak1aak1 Posts: 13
    I'm interested in getting a 2010 TSX and would like to know:

    What are dealers in Cali selling them for? Invoice, below invoice?
    Are there any incentives right now? It looks like the 1250 marketing rebate is gone?

    Does anyone know if 3.9 financing will come for the 2010 model in August?

    Thanks
  • ingvaringvar Posts: 205
    There's really NOTHING post warranty that could go wrong that would cost you $1000 or more.
    Talk to owners 2001-2003 hondas with auto tranny.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,124
    Yeah.... but, almost all of those were covered by Honda... extended warranty, or not.. (actually, most of the bad ones failed before the original warranty had expired.. )

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  • rrubianesrrubianes Posts: 4
    Not sure if everyone knows this, but when purchasing a new car, your car insurance might be able to provide extended bumper-to-bumper warranties for a fraction of the cost at the dealer. At about $5 a month for 7 years, 100K miles, that's a great deal. I know Geico provides it. But it must be a new car, 1st driver.
  • The only thing I would add is that a friend of mine who bought his Acura from a dealership in Brooklyn found out that they have marked up the price of the extended warranty. When he called Acura directly, they told him the price was much lower and should not have been marked up by the dealership. I'm not sure what the exact figures were, but just want to make sure if you are set on getting the warranty that you aren't being ripped off.

    (I tend to agree with others that an Acura shouldn't need an extended warranty, but would have to give that advice and see your car fall apart in five years!!)
  • cdnpinheadcdnpinhead Forest Lakes, AZPosts: 3,312
    pays for an extended warranty on a Honda product deserves exactly what they get, which is scre. . .
  • roubaudroubaud Posts: 39
    Anyone want to give some advice? I'm in the midwest / plains, buying in the next week.

    I have two preliminary, non-haggled quotes of $29,900 for a 2009 tech base and $31,746 for a 2010 tech base. I don't think the dealer of the 2010 (3 hours away, having to re-direct the car to me from shipment to another dealer) will come down much if at all. The 2009 dealer (1 hour away) better come down more.

    My question is, what would you do? Go for the 2nd model year, assuming any possible kinks have been fixed, or potentially save $50-80 per month on a lease with the 2009 thinking hey it's a Honda, it's built well? I've read about some engine pings on the 2009 (just the MT?), and some creaks here and there, but doesn't seem too common.
  • aak1aak1 Posts: 13
    I am in the same boat as you, waiting for the 2010's.
    I would recommend you wait a month for the 2009's to get sold out, and then you'll get a better price on the 2010's. This is why Acura has financing specials on the 09 only.

    The 2009, being the 1st model year has a lot of bugs. I bought the 2004 TSX when it came out, and my car had every single 'bug'.
    AC died, Nav died, Brake rotors were 'wrong' and can never be fixed. (the rotors have to be machined while on the car, that's their fix). luckily the warranty covered everything, and I had the 100K extended one.

    If your leasing.. then who cares, buy the 2009, it's all under warranty.
    I'm talking for people who are buying.
  • I got a price of 29500 for a 2009 TSX/Tech w/ floor mats. I had an internet price of 29300 from a dealership 40 miles away. My impression is that I could have gotten a slightly better deal if I wanted to put more time into it.
  • nyccarguynyccarguy Stamford, CTPosts: 7,994
    Let's see, I'm looking back to all of the very expensive repairs I've had to make to my 2001 Honda Prelude Type SH...(Oh wait, my car is a stick) :P

    In all seriousness, I think most of the tranny problems were relegated to V6 Hondas. The four bangers prduce so little torque that it isn't that much of a strain on the transmission.

    2001 Prelude Type SH, 2011 Pilot EX-L 4WD, 2015 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium

  • pobs23pobs23 Posts: 3
    I went to the dealership today and got offered 27,800 on acura tsx 2009 with tech package. it would be around 31,000 otd here in phoenix. it was weird they wouldnt let me leave which made me think that im leaving a lot of money on the table. is this a good deal already? please help they say its only good till the end of the month. thanks.
  • roubaudroubaud Posts: 39
    That is an awesome deal! The sales price is anyway. But OTD--you aren't putting money down, are you? I've recently converted to the school of "sign and drive" (if it's a lease). I've been on this forum for about 2 months and that's the best one I remember seeing--but they do need to be getting rid of these things soon, too.
  • pobs23pobs23 Posts: 3
    thanks. what do you mean putting money with otd price? down. i am putting a lot of money as downpayment. i dont have a trade in. could yuou elaborate please?
  • gpb59gpb59 Posts: 69
    which dealership please?
  • mintoobmintoob Posts: 13
    I apologise for responding late. The dealer is Acura of Ramsey in NJ. The person I am dealing with is Mitch/Tommy. Pretty nice fellows. I have had nothing but great experience so far.

    I am getting 200$ below invoice for 2010 TSX with tech package + free floor mats. Hope this helps.
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