Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!





2013 and earlier-Acura TL Prices Paid and Buying Experience

1222223225227228390

Comments

  • r2b2r2b2 Posts: 1
    Bought my TL from Acura South Bay on the 10-2 after going thru several dealers from Van Nuys to Tustin. Did everything thru Edmunds free quote. Most of them came in at 33.5K.

    Drove to South Bay and was in and out in about an hour. Car was waiting outside, all prepped up and sparkling clean.

    Thanks Edmunds....
  • cwa318cwa318 Posts: 51
    Looking at an 06 TL w/Nav and 6-spd. What incenitves are dealers giving? Is there any dealer cash etc.? Thanks
  • I have been talking with the local dealer about demo or new 06 TL's. I went by the lot late at night and they had 5 or 6 new 07's, but out of my range.

    They have a 06 Demo he calls it with 6k miles on it, but he says factory warranty and the Acura 4.9% doesn't apply. Hmm I have been trying to talk them down to 29k for the car with Nav, but I think they might go for 29,5K. Sounds fair or fishy that none of the acura warranty or loan rate applys?

    I talked to another dealer and they said they would sell me a service loaner with 8 or 9k miles on it for 31k, but I get the cert acura warranty and 4.9% loan rate.

    whats the deal?

    Dil
  • I got following quote from local dealer.

    2006 TL Base Model without Navigation:
    MSRP: $33,940.00.
    Your Price: $28,669.00

    2006 TL with Navigation:
    MSRP: $35,940.00.
    Your Price: $30,479.00

    They had over 10 new TL on the lot.
    Just FYI.
  • Which Bay Area dealer had that many 07's on the lot? Thanks!
  • carteachcarteach Posts: 179
    Any reports on Acuras in the Northeast?
  • I didn't say 07. All new TL is 06.
  • Personally, I wouldn't go for this deal..especially on a car with 5k miles. You can get brand new 06 TL w/ navigation for around $30k including freight + TTL.
  • guestguest Posts: 774
    Just posting my info in case anyone finds it helpful
    2006 Acura TL Auto w/o navi
    42 month lease
    money factor: .00244
    Price: $29,630 + $670 destination fee= $30,300
    Residual: $18,358 (? I don't have exact # in front of me)

    think I did a pretty good job (especially for a girl ;)) but I am sure I secretly got hosed somehow (though they did throw in some wood upgrade for "free")
    good luck! don't let 'em hose you!
  • I just purchased 2006 TL w/ NAV for $30480. sans TTL.
    Total came about $33k including any taxes,fees etc.(destination charge as well). I got it @ Tustin Acura, CA. Only thing is that I couldn't get lower interest since I couldn't combine cashback and promo rate. It was little over 6%. Comparing to E-LOan or Capital ine site, it wasn't that bad. Any feedback on this, please?
  • So whats the lowest price for a 2006 acura tl without nav. The lowest quote i received was 28,300 which includes destination charge. Has anyone gotten lower than that? If so, what was the price? TIA
  • Thanks for the feedback !! I love this forum..

    The dealer was in San Jose, CA Acura Auto West. They had 4 or 5 aleast on the lot. I didn't check the back lot cause it was after 9pm at night ;) easy enough to spot the new models by looking at the mirrors, if they have a blinker, you got an 07.

    I will see if they will drop the price down on a new 06, or a really good deal on the 06 Demo. Still wish they had AWD on em :(

    Dil
  • carteachcarteach Posts: 179
    Wow!! Where was this? I'm in CT.
  • Has anyone bought the 07 yet? Wondering what kind of price you have gotten for it and what the dealership is willing to wheel and deal on. Right now they're asking roughly 36,900$ what's the best anyone has done? I'm looking to buy one by next week for my wife. We test drove one today with the navigation and she loved it. I'm in the chicagoland area. Thanks!!!
  • bwarn7bwarn7 Posts: 2
    Theuser005- that's a great quote in the DC area for an 07- which dealership?
  • thanks!!! Contiental Acura of Naperville,IL
  • I just called Pohanka to see if they would give me the same deal, and the best they will do now is $31,750+proc fee+TTL; Radley Acura was slightly better at $31,500+proc+TTL, and implied they could do better if I came in person.

    Pohanka said that your deal was on a demo vehicle. Any truth to their claim?
  • patpat Posts: 10,421
    Did each dealership spell out the processing fee? They can vary widely. It's my understanding that in Virginia they can - and do - charge you whatever they want, they just have to charge everyone the same thing.

    Of course they do NOT have to charge everyone the same thing for the car itself. ;)
  • Yes, the dealer processing fee is $299 at Pohanka and $245 at Radley and was quickly disclosed.

    I did get a call back from Pohanka just after I posted the prices above. I was then quoted $28,600 for non-nav and $30,600 with nav; both prices were + 299 proc + TTL.

    So I bought a White Diamond Pearl with Black interior with Nav at the quoted price of $30,600. Total came to $31,799.99 out the door.

    I had a 2004 TL shortly after they came out in 2003. I have had a couple of cars since that time. For the money, it was and continues to be a no-brainer.
  • vluuvluu Posts: 100
    Yes, the dealer processing fee is $299 at Pohanka and $245 at Radley and was quickly disclosed.

    I did get a call back from Pohanka just after I posted the prices above. I was then quoted $28,600 for non-nav and $30,600 with nav; both prices were + 299 proc + TTL.

    So I bought a White Diamond Pearl with Black interior with Nav at the quoted price of $30,600. Total came to $31,799.99 out the door.

    I had a 2004 TL shortly after they came out in 2003. I have had a couple of cars since that time. For the money, it was and continues to be a no-brainer.


    Do you know if they were even willing to deal on the 07's with Nav? However, you got a get deal OTD. I'm 5 minutes from Pohanka Acura.... so at least I know if I want to deal on the 06's, I can definitely get it for under 32K. I'm actually willing to pay a little more for the 07's since there are improvements... but within reason?
  • Dealers in MD/VA (Rosenthal and Tisher) offering 07 w/NAV for $36,125. Earlier post said there were offers in DC area for 07's at $34,350, but dont' know where.

    Dealer confirmed earlier post that invoice on 07 w/NAV is $32,950 plus freight.

    Same dealers claim to be selling 06's for $1000-1500 under invoice to move them off the lot.
  • There isn't much selection of 2006 models left at Pohanka -- white, black and anthracite - that's it. Even less in non-nav.

    I didn't even bother to ask about the 2007 models. I am certain they would not make me a deal, hence the 2007 premium would be at least $3k - $5k right now, maybe more. I believe I saw 2 2007 models, and one was the A-spec in front of the showroom on the sidewalk sitting out there like a trophy. Hence with no supply, I wouldn't expect any deals. Wait a few weeks/months and prices should drop, but still at least $3000 - $4000 more than a 2006.

    Based on the post above, invoice for a 2007 w/nav is about $33,500 including freight, so that is approximately a $3k premium or 10% over a 2006 with nav, *if* you can get the 2007 car at invoice.
  • i have been trying for a while to get the lowest price.
    i got 29,995(including dest) for an 06 TL With NAV......and 28,502 Without NAV..... i got this from kevin houston @ power Acura south bay. i have heard from keyes and Temecula acura that they can match the price or That they wont be undersold. any ideas.....is this the lowest i can get? anyone got lower?
    thanks
  • vluuvluu Posts: 100
    There isn't much selection of 2006 models left at Pohanka -- white, black and anthracite - that's it. Even less in non-nav.

    Pohanka still has the most inventory in the DC/MD/VA area... but I know they play hard ball when it comes to dealing. I had a bad experience when trying to buy a MDX years ago. I do a new car search on autotrader.com and you can see all the 2006's with their VIN #'s. Pohanka stores a lot of their cars in remote locations... so they are not all on the lot. That's my headache now.... get the 2006 for an awesome price or is the 2007 worth 3-4K more. Thanks for the info... very good stuff!
  • While at Pohanka, my salesman prepared a list of color/interior combinations that were available. He was very clear that red and blue were not available. Given the few colors that the cars comes in, I guess that leaves silver, black, white and anthracite. Either he was wrong, or the online system is inaccurate.
  • kennyg8kennyg8 Posts: 225
    Do you mind posting your bill of sale when you actually purchased your 06 TL with nav at the incredible price of 30k, which IMHO, is got to be lowest price I have ever seen so far. I will personally congratulate you when I see living proof of your feat!
  • So I went to my local Acura dealer (Hinshaw's in Tacoma) and was told that the prices I saw on this forum were either 1) lies, 2) from "fire sale" Acura dealers going out of business or 3) lil' ol' me had become confused and all you big strong boys were talking about a car withOUT Nav.

    I was trying to buy a 2006 TL with Nav. The salesguy said the dealer paid $32205 for the car. They then added $1314 worth of options to every car (PDI and propack?) and that every dealer in the Seattle area did that. He did readily admit to a $1500 cash back which means if they sold me the car at $32019, they'd make zero profit - and I did want it for less.

    He wouldn't even give me a price for the iPod hook up I wanted. Nor would he ever give me an actual price that he would sell the car to me for - even when I asked point blank for a price (didn't even ask for it in writing).

    I know there are regional price differences but the guy lost all credibility with me when he insisted that the clear plastic coating by 3M was $895 and there was no flexibility int that price because it was someone from the outside who did it - but I had just overheard the salesguy in the next cubical tell someone else that he could get it for them for $295.

    Am I being unreasonable to expect to pay less than invoice for a new but year old car when there is cash back being offered?

    Anyone used Costco car buying service?
  • mlb11mlb11 Posts: 31
    This is a good lease deal!

    Could you please tell me who this is through (I'm assuming not Acura)? I've been trying to lease a TL in Chicago and cannot get them to budge on the money factor (.00290) and for a 48 month lease the residual through Acura is 47%. It looks like your residual is much better (even though this is a 42 month lease).

    How do others feel right now about buying? I want to lease and I can get a great deal on the price of the car, but is there a chance Acura may offer more lease support through a lower money factor next month?

    Thanks for any advice!
  • header1....you should not be getting prices offered anywhere close to invoice. Even back in July I was getting quotes 500 under invoice from multiple dealerships here in Socal...now I am getting quotes 1500 invoice with 1000 back. However, I am waiting for the 2007 model, but I know for a fact I can get a 06 without Nav for 29,300 + TTL or if I want the 4.9% financing, I'll get it for 30,300 + TTL. Both of those are well below invoice. I do not know the exact prices for the Nav, but I know they just added nav price and thats all, no extra premium just because its a nav. Try talking to a different person at that dealership, or try another dealership.
  • The guy in the office next door just bought an Acura TL 2006 with nav from Pohanka for $30.6K on Friday night...so the pricing sounds consistent. I bought my 2006 for $2K more last December. :cry:
Sign In or Register to comment.