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2013 and earlier-Acura TL Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • kjpkjp Posts: 12
    I would suggest Acura of Westchester. I just purchased an 05 w/Navi for a great price. Deal directly with the Internet Manager. He was pleasant to work with and didn't try to run any games.
  • frisconickfrisconick Posts: 1,275
    Still and excellent price for a Navi! :shades:
  • sid3sid3 Posts: 21
    kaushikg
    could you please forward me the info for the dealer please.
    You got an excellant deal man.
    What was the OTD price for your tl.
  • tawneycattawneycat Posts: 114
    You all realize that OTD pricing is apples and oranges. It only confuses the real issues we should talk about. Actual sales price.
    In Nice 3% OK my price for 05 non NAV was $31,000 with MIchelins added, mudds and tint Tax and Tag was $1,000 30 days after that=OTD $32,000

    You poor saps in high tax states get some car deal $31,000 and add in some cases 8% or OTD of $33,500. Like I said apples in oranges.

    The best states are trade difference states where they substract Trade from sale price then tax like MO. Very fair for yearly car changes like me. MO even allows you to private sale then buy new car and subtract the selling price if within 30 days!!! but tax is 5% there.--but I digress...
  • nsgnsg Posts: 2
    Can you please send me the Sales person details. I'm looking for Tl w/o NAVI, but getting very high quote (31,800-32,200).
  • yerlesyerles Posts: 3
    $32,775 Is the invoice number, and over the past two week I have had two dealer offer that to me. I had a 2000 TL trade so that might have factored into the deal. Seeing that the 2006's are just a 3-4 months away it might be to wait, even if you go with a 2005.
  • montyburnzmontyburnz Posts: 17
    Yeah, seems like they jacked up the prices. Over a month ago I got a quote from him and he said $31,5 but now he's saying $32,300. There's no way I'm paying that much for a non-NAVI TL. Especially since people in other states are getting one WITH NAVI for only a few hundred more than $32,300. The guy is the internet sales manager. You can find out his info on the Buerkle Acura website.
  • frisconickfrisconick Posts: 1,275
    You poor saps in high tax states

    I would rather pay the extra tax. :P
  • tawneycattawneycat Posts: 114
    My comment came off badly. I apologize. I was really making a statement about automobile taxes in general being another method of sapping us all of money.
    Yes, OK road are BAD!!!. You get what you pay for. Save in tax pay in road related repairs, tires, alignments, 45 series blow outs. I have had one on my 04!
  • frisconickfrisconick Posts: 1,275
    No problem :shades: However, CA we have high taxes AND bad roads. Maybe we are saps. :mad:
  • jiggy37jiggy37 Posts: 1
    Just got my TL for 32,555. Anthracite with Quartz interior. Got it from Annapolis Acura. What a pleasure to work with. No hassle, in and out in a bout an our and I absolutely love the car. I did end up getting the side molding any opinions on if this is worth it?
  • delmar1delmar1 Posts: 744
    I just bought a TSX two weeks ago (fourth Acura) and now considering turning in my Infiniti I30 for a TL (fifth Acura).

    Many TL owners may have looked and compared to the TSX. Could I please get some thoughts on the comparisons and comments on how the TL is compared to the TSX (which I now have first hand experiences with). Good, bad, and ugly.

    Also...what type of real life MPG mileage is everyone getting with a TL?

    Thanks.
  • jennycarjennycar Posts: 5
    How much was the final cost out the door jiggy37?
  • I'm considering a 2004 TL with 10,000 miles; it doesn't have Nav. Dealer's bottom line price is $28,000. Good deal? Seems to be.

    It's silver with black interior.

    Thanks, Rob
  • golferheregolferhere Posts: 27
    Rob--- Thats a good deal, especially if it is certified with the big long warranty.......A new one would be at least $2500-3000 more, just for 10,000 miles.......Do it......
  • grlygrlgrlygrl Posts: 7
    My dealer called me today and he has a used 05 with 19K miles on it that someone traded in for a MDX, it has the nav kit. He hasn't come up with a price yet, but wanted to let me know about it in case I was interested. He said he could give me a good deal and bump the warranty to 100K miles. What do you all think a fair price would be? I have to go there at 2pm, so any quick imput is appreciated.
  • rroyce10rroyce10 Posts: 9,359
    .......... It's an 05 with 19,000 miles and thats a TON for an 05 ... dealer might have the mid/tall $28's maybe the low low low low low $29ish figure in it, and then he has to make a profit on top of that ...... can we spell - new.?



    Terry ;)
  • grlygrlgrlygrl Posts: 7
    Thank you! that is what I was thinking too, plus the car has scratches on it they are going to try and detail out. My husband seems to think we may get a good deal on it, but when you are spending this much, I would rather spend a few more and get new.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,079
    You seem to be smarter than your husband..

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  • frisconickfrisconick Posts: 1,275
    I bought my a wife a TL, but they couldn't get the options I wanted on the same day, so they gave us a TSX loaner that we drove for 3 days. The TL is in another class than the TSX. The ride is much smoother and quiter. A long trip in a TSX would be tiring. Additionally the TL's power is much more than the TSX. The TSX is nice fun car,but for the extra money, I think, the TL is more than worth it.
  • grlygrlgrlygrl Posts: 7
    Wow, get this, they wanted $32K for the USED TL with 19K miles on it and no, that wasn't out the door. They wanted us to buy the used one so bad, they wouldn't budge on the MSRP of the new one. I told them I wasn't interested in the used one, but they kept harping on it. I just wanted to give this salesman the commission after he worked with us. We offered them a price of $34,270 (not OTD) for the new one and they said there is no way they could do that. :surprise: We ended up walking out.

    I got a quote a couple days ago from another dealer for $35K OTD, I think we are going to go there instead.
  • frisconickfrisconick Posts: 1,275
    for a Navi or non-Navi?
  • kennyg8kennyg8 Posts: 225
    You can do much better. For a brand new 05 TL/Navi/AT, I received an initial quote of $32,800, and that includes destination and pro pack. The price is not bad, but the dealership is in central New Jersey, which is about 20 miles away. I am looking around the dealerships closer to home.
  • frisconickfrisconick Posts: 1,275
    OTD for 35,000 for a Navi is an excellent deal! :shades:
  • happytlhappytl Posts: 17
    My experience with Santa Monica Acura has always been good I have bought 5 Acuras and have refers many people there.
  • udaykudayk Posts: 4
    Bought mine from acura of libertyville. Internet salesperson gave a quote(32,400)
    last month during memorial day time but didnt have mine-Red/ebony auto with Navi. Had it ordered and got delivered yesterday. But still went ahead and matched price. As financing was quoted @ 4.8 I ended up using my bank that gave me 3.99. They were very professional and quick as most of the deal was done on the phone(I live in IN 60 miles from the dealer)

    Break up : $32,500 that included the Protection package,$55 for doc fee and$20 for temporary permit---doesnt include my 6% taxes.

    Thanks for the info posted by the forum members as it got rid of most of the headaches from the buying process.
  • delmar1delmar1 Posts: 744
    Golferhere...regarding your posting #3568: I am starting my search for a TL. Could you please share where were you quoted $30,200 for a non-nav TL in So Calif?

    Everyone: A quote I received a few weeks back was for $31,395 (including destination). What are everyone's thoughts on that pricing?

    Thanks.
  • acuratlx2acuratlx2 Posts: 1
    Just to keep you guys informed,

    Bought my second TL, 2005 Ant/Ebony w/Navi, May 20th from Acura of Orange Park for $35,400 OTD with no haggling at all.

    $32,600
    $499 dealer
    6++% Florida/County Taxes/ title fees
    +Mud flap
    +Wheel locks
    They will worked with me and it was a seamless deal. I wrote a check and drove off the lot in about 1 hour.

    x2
  • Hi guys, a newbie here with his first Acura product. We just purchased our first TL '05 auto silver with black interior from a dealer here in Canada.
    $37400.00
    no admin.
    I'm curious to see how that equates to other Canucks.
    Cheers
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