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2013 and earlier-Acura TL Lease Questions

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  • cndnbkncndnbkn Posts: 37
    Thanks Car_Man,

    Do you have April's numbers yet, MF and Residual? Or are they not set to change until after the weekend

    Thanks,

    Brett
  • cmb58cmb58 Posts: 3
    Some dealers near me are advertising 2011 TLs for $310 with no money down. This sounds a bit too good to be true. THoughts?
  • What does the fine print say? Could be 48 month lease, could require you to be a returning Acura customer (so that the dealer gets that cash).
  • billyperks2billyperks2 Posts: 378
    I can see them offering that on the base FWD.
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,518
    Hi Brett. Acura's March lease program is actually scheduled to run through May 2nd, so they should be exactly the same in April as they were last month.

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  • cndnbkncndnbkn Posts: 37
    Thanks Carman, Now to see if I can find a color combo i like.
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,518
    You're very welcome cndnbkn.

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  • cable23cable23 Posts: 9
    Hi:

    Was hoping someone can help verify if this a good deal. I'm a little confused trying to calculate the final sale price with the lease information, which I've been reading about, but I still feel my calculations are off.

    Lease in NJ:
    2011 Acura TL with Tech - Front Wheel Drive
    36 Months/10k
    $0 down
    $460 a month after tax
    $1800 for acquisition and document fees, which is their standard charges. Definitely understand their fees are a bit higher than other dealerships

    Any info will help

    Thanks.
  • Hmm.
    Just ask the dealer for the sales price. Then compare that price to truecar.com

    Also ask for the exact breakdown of the $1800, that seems way too much.
    Acquisition fee is $595.
    Dealer doc fee is BS, so try to lower that as much as possible.
    Then look at your state's DMV website to see how much registration is.

    And don't fall for the "that is our standard charge." Everything is up for negotiation. Talk to other dealers too.
  • cable23cable23 Posts: 9
    jamesbond:

    thanks for the information and your help. i actually did request the sales price and waiting to hear back (they are closed today).

    i also called another dealership around the area that didnt have any 2011 in stocks. they quoted me for a 2012, but said they wouldnt be able to go near that price.

    i'll post back when they reply.

    thanks again
  • bxsvx01bxsvx01 Posts: 6
    njtechwarrior: Who was the salesman? Thank you!
  • kyfdx@Edmundskyfdx@Edmunds Posts: 25,979
    You may include the dealership name, city and state in your post. Please do not post names of salespeople, telephone numbers, email addresses, or other contact information.

    Thanks!

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  • host say's no names. salesperson shouldnt matter though, they all report to the manager. ship may have saled though, i did my deal the day after the 2012s arrived so i think i benefited from that. its been almost a month, i bet most 2011s are gone but you can always try
  • cmb58cmb58 Posts: 3
    2011 Acura TL (without Nav); 36 months; 12,000 miles per year

    MSRP = 36,165
    Selling price = 30,995
    Residual = 59%
    MF = .00101

    $349 with taxes upfront or
    $384 with taxes rolled in.

    DMV fees and $595 bank fee paid upfront

    Island Acura in Wantagh, NY (Long Island)

    Overall it was the best car buying/leasing experience I have ever had. I was in and out within an hour. Pick up the car today.

    If anyone is interested, they had one more left on the lot. Silver with taupe interior.

    Thanks to everyone who posts on here for the helpful information.
  • dammitjim1dammitjim1 Posts: 95
    edited April 2011
    Your experience is very encouraging. I am local to this dealer also, have a 2008 Accord lease coming to an end and have my eye on the TL as a replacement. This was the first dealer I was going to visit and try to work out a deal with. It would be a huge plus if I could turn in the Honda to them, but I don't know if that's doable or not.

    Congratulations, and enjoy the car!
  • jbhansenjbhansen Posts: 20
    If the Acura dealer is also a Honda dealer in or near the same locale, you can ask Honda Finance if they would let you work with the Acura dealer at lease end instead of the Honda dealer who originally leased you the Accord.
  • smitonsmiton Posts: 10
    edited May 2011
    Hi Carman, Can you post the May residual and money factor for the 2011 & 2012 TL AWD - Tech, 36 mo, 15k miles? Thanks- much appreciated!
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,518
    Hi smiton. Acura's May buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2011 TL AWD Tech with 15,000 miles per year are .00190 and 52%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a 2012 model are .00190 and 60%.

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  • rnmtrnmt Posts: 11
    How about the 2012 TL FWD w/ Advance Package. Same numbers?

    Thanks
  • alansufialansufi Posts: 18
    Carman,

    What are the numbers on a 2012 TL SH-AWD, 30 & 36 months, 10k & 12k?
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