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Lexus RX 330 Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • rats13rats13 Posts: 42
    We got an 05 at Santa Monica Lexus. The bluetooth phone is pretty cool.
  • Can anybody out there help with prices on a RX330 in the Atlanta area. I am dealing with two different dealers and one says there are "3" levels of options and the other says "4"?? Bottom line they are quoting about $36,600 for the lowest level FWD with some options. Is that good?
  • We are contemplating whether to go buy a 05 AWD RX330 now or wait till the end of the month (Nov 29/30). Are we apt to get a lower price and/or more negotiable interest rate on our buy at the end of the month. We are buying, not leasing. I know there is the old tale of the end of the month, but is it really true pertaining to Lexus?
  • Just purchased 2005 FWD RX330 with Premium Plus Pkg, Navigation, 18" wheel and Preferred Accessory Pkg (MSRP $42,608) for $41,290 out the door. Riverside(ca) dealer give me for 41,000 out the door, but I have to wait for 2 to 3 week. so I when to Mission Viejo(ca) dealer and pay it for $290 more, which is around 100 to 200 above invoice price.
  • I am getting a quote for RX330 05 + Navigation + Mark Levinson for $900 over invoice. Is this a good price
  • mickylmickyl Posts: 14
    I leased a new 2005 RX330, with basically a premium plus package and navigation, for $625 per month, no initial payment, other than taxes and tags. I felt I got ripped off. By how?
  • I am a first time car buyer. I went to Keyes Lexus in Van Nuys, CA today and was quoted an out the door price of 39,999.95(incl. all taxes and fees) for a 2005 RX330 FWD with premium plus package and 18-inch alloy wheels, 6d cd, cargo mat and wheel locks. Am I being taken for a ride. MSRP was 40,258.

    Thank you.
  • I recieved a quote from a Lexus dealer in IL for a 2005 RX330 AWD with the following options:

    2005 RX330 AWD
    PT Premium Plus Pkg
    TO Towing Pkg
    Z1 Preferred Accessory Pkg
    NV Navigation System
    DC Radio Equipment, 6-Disc CD Changer in Dish
    HH Heated Front Seat
    FT 18" Wheels

    MSRP 44,833 and the saleman quoted me $40,333 (+ all other charges). Is this a good price?
  • You are looking about $1,100to $1,400 over the invoice price. the price that you want should be no more than $39,300 out the door. I got my 2005 RX 330 with all the feature that you included + Navigation ($2000 more) for 41,200 out the door, which is about $200+ over the invoice.
      - 2000 navigation

       39,200 is the price that you want

    you will get a better deal from the lexus dealer Inter Net Sale Team than the Floor Sale Team.

    Good luck!
  • Thank you so much. I am so glad that I waited and continued to research. I will let you know how I make out.
  • Missgene: I bought same vehicle you describe at Mission Viejo Lexus in early Oct 04 for $36140. Did not include tx, ttl.

    Subtract CA tx and ttl from your quote and you will see how close the price is to my purchase price.
  • Thank you Buckeye1 for getting back to me.
    We are on the same page.

    When I price it out at invoice with options it comes to approx. $35,224.

  • bstimebstime Posts: 16
    Given the time of year in new England wondering if this is a good deal or not from Lexus Watertown:

    Sticker: 42,483
    Price quote: 39,683

    I believe this is about 2k over invoice.

    '05 RX 330 AWD

    no NAV system. standard regional options:

    Premium Plus Package with Additional Options
    remium Plus Package

    Additional Options:
    - Two-level heated front seats (includes rain-sensing variable intermittent wipers and headlamp washers)
    - 18-in alloy wheels (235/55VR18 and full-size spare)
    - Towing prep package
    - In-dash, single feed, six-disc CD auto-changer
    - Preferred Accessory Package (includes cargo mat and wheel locks)
  • jim53jim53 Posts: 109
    Edmunds TMV says I should look to pay around 1K under MSRP with is a ton over Invoice. What is a fair Deal over Invoice/under MSRP?
  • calytcalyt Posts: 2
    Just purchased a '05 RX330 yesterday. Think I received a fair price (I am a 2nd time buyer at the Lexus dealership). I paid $39,963 ($300 over invoice) for the following:

    AWD RX330
    Premium Plus Package (PT)
    Navigation System w/ Rear Camera (NV)
    Heated Front Seats (HH)
    6-Disc In-Dash CD Changer (DC)
    Towing Package (TO)
    18" Alloy Wheels (FT)
    Cargo Mat (C1)
    Wheel Locks (WL)

    Additionally, I am leasing the car for 48 months with a .00210 money factor and 49% residual, no money down (except license, fees, and 1st month).
  • It would be helpful to know more of your details, such as the number of payments, the money factor, etc.

    Look at post #1632. He seems to have gotten a good deal. My guess is that he's paying a shade over $450. Anyway, if you are already in a lease, enjoy the car and try not to second guess yourself unless something can be done about it.
  • gottlsgottls Posts: 21
    galyt great deal in my book, enjoy the ride. Also could you post the name of the dealership, city and state for reference. Glen
  • We got the same package as calyt except FWD rather than AWD, about a month ago, for $100 over invoice in Dallas. We were surprised at how much they were willing to deal - more so than on the 2004's a month earlier.
  • where did you get that deal. Here in massachusetts the dealers are not cooperative in reducing their profit
  • I am interested in the 2005 RX330 and am looking for a dealer in the state of Washington, (near Seattle) who is willing to negotiate a price around $200-$300 over invoice. I was quoted a price of $41,405 not including tx, and license. For a black and ivory RX330, FT, HH, PT, TO, DC, ZZ, C1,Wl and the pro trim package (which was already on the car!). Would love some help here, thanks!
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