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2013 and earlier-Acura MDX Lease Questions



  • Does anyone have MF and Residual numbers for this month ? I am looking to lease 2014 FWD Tech and trying to get an idea what others are paying for this model.
  • CarMan,

    I am looking for August MDX FWD Tech residuals an m.f. For August. Thanks!
  • ballhoggballhogg Posts: 37
    The current rates are good through 9/4, at least that's what my dealer told me.
  • cable23cable23 Posts: 9
    sridhars: mind confirming where you got your lease from in nj?

    also, been trying to find it in the posts, but can you confirm the invoice cost for a 2014 AWD with Tech?

    thanks for your help!
  • Oops I meant the money factor was .0016 not .0061 !
  • mu8318mu8318 Posts: 20
    Did you buy the car yet? I am in NJ also. If you did already, please share the price and dealer name??

  • Carman, do you think of Acura's $459 lease offer on the base 2014 MDX is a good deal?
  • cable23cable23 Posts: 9
    Not yet mu8318. Planning to do so in the next few weeks.
    I'll definitely keep you posted. This will be my third MDX lease so I have something to go by.
  • cable23cable23 Posts: 9

    Just curious what is the best way to find out the invoice price for an 2014 awd with tech.

    Been trying to look around and couldn't get a consistent $.

  • AWD Tech MSRP $48,565

    Plus Destination Fee $895

    Total $49,460
  • you wanted invoice price..

    AWD Tech - $44,929
    Regional AD fee - $300
    Destination fee - $895

    Total $46,124
  • I'm still learning, but from what I can figure out about their lease special is its based on a sale price of MSRP and at 3.6%. to roughly comeout with $459.00 per month. I'm thinking if you can get this car for $2000.00 under msrp and put down about $2500.00 you should be at $400.00 a month. (thisincludes the acquisition fee.)

    but lets see if carman chimes in
  • Thanks, still learning too! The $459 offer says MSRP $43,185 with net capitalized cost of $41,406 that includes $595 acquisition fee, so I think that's $1,184 off MSRP. I'm actually worried that dealers aren't selling/leasing below MSRP now despite the Acura offer since the 2014 model is new.
  • ucd1ucd1 Posts: 1
    @sridhars. Which dealer in NJ you got yoru car.
  • This is one case where the Costco Auto Buying program seems to come in handy. Went to the dealer a couple weeks ago, and the Costco discount was $1,000 off MSRP (this was valid for every model). We're specifically looking at the SH-AWD w/Tech, so it would be $48,460 including destination.

    I would typically try to get more off the price, but even if you go to another dealer, they'll probably do something like $1500 off, but tack on BS fees. I'll probably swallow my pride and take the $1000 and call it a day.

    As for lease rates, 36 months had a 65% residual and 48 months was 55%. It doesn't get much better than that!
  • sridharssridhars Posts: 25
  • If I remember how cap costs work, you need to deduct your down payment. You can probably back into the selling price by taking the cap cost, add the down payment and deduct the acq fee. I remember doing the math a few weeks ago and the lease special does not involve any price reduction other than maybe a few bucks.
  • fab1779fab1779 Posts: 4
    I was at Herb Connolly Acura in Framingham, MA last night. Have purchased several Acura's from them over the years and they have generally been very good to us. Managed to get the SH-AWD w/ Tech Package for $47,000 including acquisition fee. Lease worked out to $3000 down and $489/mo before MASS 6.25% sales tax out the door. Nice upgrade for basically the same money on the advertised special on the base model. They didn't have the color in stock that we wanted so that helped a little with the haggling.
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