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2013 and earlier-Acura TL Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • graphicguygraphicguy SW OhioPosts: 6,896
    Thanks majikuf....they might be matching what they had towards the end of MY '09 on TL incentives....$2,500, maybe?
  • majikufmajikuf Posts: 13
    I just asked another dealer and he said that the TL tech incentive went to $2250. I asked him if he has any other info, we'll see what he says.
  • majikufmajikuf Posts: 13
    OK, he said the TL Tech incentive was raised to $2250 and the finance incentives were still in place (2.9% for 60 months, etc)

    So, maybe I saved myself about half a payment by not purchasing by the end of Feb.. :)
  • billyperks2billyperks2 Posts: 378
    The TL incentive went $2,500 last year?-WOW. I bought mine last August and the highest I ever saw the Incentive on a AWD Tech was $2K. Non Tech Car was $1K.
  • graphicguygraphicguy SW OhioPosts: 6,896
    billy....going from memory here. But, I do recall that's what one of my local dealers told me ($2,500 incentive ) towards the end of last summer on an '09 tech.
  • billyperks2billyperks2 Posts: 378
    Trust me it was only 2K, I still have the invoice filed away and those who are waiting to see more than 2K on Tech cars-Good Luck.I waited a whole year for the deals to get better and I finally pulled the plug when I saw there was no light at the end of the tunnell.
  • winston18winston18 Posts: 10
    The Feb incentive in my area was 2K + 1.9% financing. It looks like the dealers are playing with the interest rate.

    IMHO, if you are looking to buy you should do soon. I just bought, and they made a deal way below invoice. In the spring, the dealers wont be as motivated to dig into their own pockets.
  • rlonn1rlonn1 Posts: 106
    I just checked Edmunds and it looks like the incentive is for MARCH only, 1.9 APR and $2250 Marketing support.. So it is the same as last month but another $250 that MIGHT go towards your final price... My TL was purchased on February 22nd, TL, SH-AWD, Tech, Wheel Locks, Trunk Tray, Mud Guards, $37825 + TTL. Southern California area.. Also, check my question over at TL Audio! Thanks!! :shades:
  • Thank you for that info. You are correct, I just received a letter from Acura finance today and it is 1500 in the form of a check cut to the dealer to lower the sale of the car in addition to the 2250 dealer cash that's available. I also found out that Acura has a program that allows you to rollover lease milage depending on what your current lease contract mileage is and the mileage on the car you are returning. In my case I have a 10K 36mo and returnibg with 19k. I don't know all the details on the mileage rollover program but Acura financial can explain it if you call. Thanks again.
  • jac1304jac1304 Posts: 33
    The 1500 is only on a lease? And the 2250 is for purchasing?
  • The 2250 can used for purchase or lease as can the additional 1500. The 1500 has one restriction according to Acura Finance. It must be used to purchase or lease a TL only.
  • majikufmajikuf Posts: 13
    This is interesting, so you can get up to 3750 off on the purchase of a TL with the tech package... If I can snag 3750 off and get the 2.9%, I might go down there today....
  • mikesmuranomikesmurano Posts: 118
    Hi all. I know that most here are looking for new cars, but I thought I would throw in my two cents.

    I just purchased a 2005 TL to replace a disastrous Nissan Murano SE and I have to say I am driving a fabulous machine. :shades:

    I usually don't buy new cars because of the miles I have to drive. I looked at a lot of cars before I bought a 6 spd. manual TL in great shape. This car drives like it just came off the lot. It had 100k miles so I had to replace the timing belt but I bought the car for $11k. It always ran on synthetic so the engine is solid.

    I really think this next year I may get another one for my wife - this time new. HMC is definitely on top of the game in this market.

    Anyway, for those who maybe cannot afford new the market is flush with a lot of good TL's coming off of leases from '05 - '08. There are some great deals here.

    Never another Nissan for me!
  • jac1304jac1304 Posts: 33
    When you are saying "TL", that includes includes the tech with awd or
    just the base model?
  • The base and AWD TL's have 1750 dealer cash. All tech TL's have 2250. The 1500 from Acura Finance must be used towards the lease or purchase of any model TL if you qualify.
  • djkimdjkim Posts: 7
    Hi all,

    I just got an offer from dealer. $36500 OTD, MSRP is $39645 TL w Tech. I am not sure it has other options but they offer this and 1.9% 5 year financing.
    Is this good to go for? I saw $33800+TTL.
    My price is very close to that.
    I am in Houston TX.
    I am considering ES350 too. Any comparison or opinion between two cars?

  • When you say OTD, that included TTL, correct?
    What was your price before TTL?
  • cubanasocubanaso Posts: 3
    Any opinions on a 2010 TL SH-AWD with Tech, splash guards for 37.7K + tax in northern NJ. Is this a competitive price?
  • jac1304jac1304 Posts: 33
    You are correct. 2010 TL, AWD with Technology and NW package ( trunk tray, wheel locks, all season mats, splash guards)

    $38700.00 was my last price quote a couple of weeks ago.

    Invoice per the edmunds is $40,159. Should I be going for $1750 plus the dealer cash of $1500? Equals 36,909? (Guess this would not include accessories).

    Has anyone bought since last incentives came out? Looking in Pacific Northwest Region.
  • graphicguygraphicguy SW OhioPosts: 6,896 I'm confused. So, there's $2,250 in dealer cash in effect. Are you saying there's another $1,500 incentive on top of that, for a total of $3,750 in incentives?

    Or, is the "extra" $1,500 only good if you use Honda/Acura financing?

    If so, then a cash buyer "only" gets the $2,250 incentive (if the dealership decides to give it all to the buyer)?
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