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2013 and earlier-Acura TL Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • As I paid $30,750 for a new one last Feb.,that seems like a great deal..almost new..dealers want a lot more for that car with low mileage.Love the car!!!y 4th Acura!
  • I am in a dilemma now. Buy the base model for 26.5K or a CPO with 6K miles for 31K. The CPO also adds another year and 12K of warranty. Is it worth the extra 5k?
  • sounds like first deal is a better one.never had a problem until after 140,000 miles.Check websites for used Acuras and you'll see how good that deal is
  • You are right. The base model looks more tempting now with these prices. Thanks!!!!
  • I am currently negotiating price with dealer (South FL). Their current offer is $38,979 + tax, tag , title, etc. Any advise as to how much better I could do?
  • UPDATE: was able to settle at $38,400 - not quite as low as I wanted but still quite happy (1.9% financing helps ease the pain!)
  • I am looking at a 2013 TL SH-AWD 6 speed manual. The price I have been quoted in $38,545, which seems like a great deal. I need some help though with residuals and the money factor. The car would be bought and titled in PA. My credit is top tier. Looking at a 17K per year lease. Can someone help me calculate the lease payment based on zero down? Thanks.
  • I am looking to buy a 2013 TL with tech, truecar shows purchase price $35,200, with MSRP 40,530.
    It's almost $2500 under invoice. I know this is the last model year. Tech new TLX is just around corner.

    Can I do better in SF Bayarea in CA?

    Any advice is appreciated.
  • tpthtpth Posts: 4
    edited March 2013
    i'm looking for the 2013 TL SH-AWD Tech. The dealer offered 41,800 which includes Splash Guard, Trunk Tray, All Season Floormat and extended warranty 96/100,000. Is this a good deal?
  • darkmagikdarkmagik Posts: 1
    edited March 2013
    Yeah Acura in Chicago ain’t easiest to deal with: found a good special $1.5k below dealer cost (carsdirect), but McGrath adds “mandatory” nuts/protection to each one of their cars at a crazy $1.4k markup.
    Long story short, got a TL for the cost & without that “protection” – $32.5k, but they jipped us $400 on the trade in (under KBB trade-in value). +$309 for reg, etc fees. we got 1.9% for 60 months (were offered 2.4% for 72).

    Now, I must say I’m impressed with Acura, Honda it is not: 280hp, paddle shifters, spacious & “Audi” luxurious feel of real leather.
    But maintenance is not free … Which is strange ’cause VW’s is.
    I think Passat at $25/29k is still the best bang for the buck mid size sedan, but does not feel as luxurious as Acura ($3.5 difference)
  • Did you get the car? What incentives are included to achieve that number? THX!
  • tpthtpth Posts: 4
    I got a quote from another dealer. $38,998 for the 2013 TL SH-AWD Tech.
  • jsc123jsc123 Posts: 3
    Just bought a TL base today 31,500+ tt, qualified for the Conquest rebate is this a good deal?
  • beach15beach15 Posts: 1,305
    Absolutely so, otherwise you wouldn't have bought it;-)

    Sounds like a great deal. Enjoy the car!
  • knr5knr5 Posts: 83
    The first car I owned was a hand me down Accord. I did subsequently buy a new Honda Accord (1990), but moved on to 1993 Toyota Camry v6 SE (the only year they offered a manual 6 - speed transmission), and then to the 1998 Nissan Maxima SE. My last two cars have been the Infiniti G35 6MT -- 2003 and 2006. I have loved all my cars and really enjoyed the G35s. When I learned that the new G (2014 Q50) would no longer come with the MT option, I decided to move on reluctantly. Just a few days ago I traded-in my 2006 G35 for a 2013 Acura TL SH-AWD 6 MT. I love my new car though I recognize that it is more of a grand tourer than a sports sedan. The $1500 'Conquest' discount, and the 0.9% interest on 60 month loan made the transition easy!
  • carguy778carguy778 Posts: 33
    Was quoted today for this car;
    Msrp 44k
    Invoive 41k
    Internet price 38400k plus taxes n tags
    Good price?
  • graphicguygraphicguy SW OhioPosts: 6,893
    Are you a returning Acura customer?

    Are you trading a lux brand on the TL?

    If so, year, model, mileage, condition?
  • carguy778carguy778 Posts: 33
    No. I just emailed him, and he emailed me back with the quotes...
  • Assuming 38.4k, it lives in the neighborhood of Costco [ok to good].

    Disclaimer is that I don't know what THE price bottom is...

    Depending on the dealer, assuming the amount includes freight and all processing fees, you might be able to bring it down another 500 to 800 to get to my known price bottom [for that, do prepare to go in to dealership and come out empty handed a couple times].

    Then, you can start negotiate give-away add-on accessories such as wheel locks, touch-up paint, cargo hooks, door trim, edge films...etc

    Finally, if applicable, you can bring out the conquest or loyalty to further sweeten the deal.

    Do come back and post your results :-)
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