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2013 and earlier Lexus RX 350 / RX 450h Lease Questions

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  • houmihoumi Posts: 21
    That's not bad... did you have a trade-in ? Also will you buy this car when the lease is over ? How much was the car (MSRP or Invoice ?)

    Just wondering....

    I am looking to buy a 2010 RX 350, but I'll probably put enough down payment + my trade-in cost to get it below $400 (60 months)
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,518
    Hi scotty61. One would think that Lexus will eventually have to introduce lease support on the 2010 RX 350. It's difficult to say when it will actually do so, but I would not be surprised if it was not at some point over the next several months. If I was interested in one and wasn't in a hurry, I personally would wait to see what happens with the lease program.

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  • scotty61scotty61 Posts: 2
    thanks carman
  • ach8888ach8888 Posts: 8
    I just got a quote in california on a 2010 RX350 AWD with navigation for 41,500 in orange county. Can someone help me work out a good lease on this vehicle.
  • ach8888ach8888 Posts: 8
    can anyone tell me what the invoice on the 2010 RX350 AWD is? I like to know how much above invoice the quote I was given is. My quote is 41500. Thanks
  • dreamhomesdreamhomes Posts: 1
    I have found somebody willing to let me take over the lease on 2009 RX350. It is only 6 ms old. The terms of the lease: 36 ms, 10K mi/year, 25 c for extra mile, $435/ms. It is only 6 ms old but already has close to 10K mi. I couldn’t find anything less than about $600/ms lease for 2010 model.

    So the questions are:
    1. Is it a good deal?
    2. How to handle transaction? The Bank or dealer? Is it going cost for paperwork?
    3. If this person (hypothetically) attempts to terminate lease this early how much (approximately) it is going cost him? How much would they charge him for the full year of miles allowance he already used?
    4. If I take over the payment, should I do just that or should I ask him to give me additional money close to what the early termination fee + high mileage would be?
  • NRINRI Posts: 11
    You are loosing on miles for the 6 months so make sure you get atleast 3 payments done by him.
  • theneocitytheneocity Posts: 3
    I am bit confused as well. They quoted me - For Lexus RX 350 2010 (includes NAV + Comfort Package + Premium Package)= MSRP $46106.00

    Monthly Lease : $740 for 36 Months - 12K miles/year ( No extra down payment)

    Is it a good deal? how much shall it be?
  • max64max64 Posts: 5
    What do you think of this offer?
    MSRP 47,325
    Selling price: 43,995
    Downpayment: 4,400 (taxes, first payment, etc).
    48 mo lease, 12K, 629/mo

    thanks,
  • max64max64 Posts: 5
    Dear Car Man,

    Do you know if Lexus still offers the $5000 dealer cash on the 2009 RX 350 (Iease)?

    Any other current lease incentives?

    thanks
  • theneocitytheneocity Posts: 3
    Dear Car Man/All,

    Now the lease deal what i have got is:-

    RX 350 2010 ( Nav System, Comfort Package, Premium Package)
    MSRP: $45700 (approx)

    Term: 36 Months, 12 K a year, No down payment (Just the First months and usual= $1300)

    Monthly lease: $660.00 (Including Taxes). Is it a good deal? how much shall it be?

    Thanks in advance.

    TheNeoCity (Georgia)
  • theneocitytheneocity Posts: 3
    Dear Car Man/All,

    Now the lease deal what i have got is:-

    RX 350 2010 ( Nav System, Comfort Package, Premium Package)
    MSRP: $45700 (approx)

    Term: 36 Months, 12 K a year, No down payment (Just the First months and usual= $1300)

    Monthly lease: $660.00 (Including Taxes). Is it a good deal? how much shall it be?

    Thanks in advance.

    TheNeoCity (Georgia)
  • thooper1thooper1 Posts: 1
    My Lexus dealer is quoting a money factor today of .00321 (7.704%). Is this a good rate? Also, should I be expected to pay what the dealer calls an "Acquisition Fee" of $700.00?

    Thanks!
  • max64max64 Posts: 5
    You can get away with not paying the acquisition fee and, needless to say, 7.704 is insanely high unless your credit is problematic. MF 0.0025 which is 6% is what they have for good credit buyers.
  • briegelbriegel Posts: 139
    I don't believe you can get away with not paying the acquisition fee.
  • ctsoxfan2ctsoxfan2 Posts: 13
    Car_Man...

    Looking at getting a 2010 RX 350 AWD in the next couple of weeks. The dealer I went to said there is a new leasing special on the 2010 RX 350. Do you have any details?

    Can you give me the details (resid/MF) for a 2010 AWD with Nav, Premium, Comfort, Wood and Towing. MSRP is $46,593. Looking at a 36 mo lease with 12k miles per year.

    Thanks.
  • newkid300newkid300 Posts: 18
    Hey carman,

    Have you heard if Lexus is looking to offer any lease incentive on the 2010 RX 350 AWD. Looking for it with Nav and premium. Have offer of 12,000 miles per year, just first month, DMV and acquisition - total about $1565 to get into vehicle and lease of $663.25. MSRP is about $45,600 I believe.

    Can you believe that I have a 2007 ES350 coming off lease on 7/6/09 which misses qualification for leave forgiveness program which just started because it is for leases that terminate from 8/1/09 through 11/30/09. Any thoughts? Dealer said there is not enough in deal for they to pick up my last month of $608 on my ES. They are holding car for a month so I can pay my last month on the ES.
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,518
    No problem, scotty61.

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,518
    Hi ach8888. I'd be happy to work up a lease payment on this truck for you. It's great that you know what the selling price is, many consumers ignore this important number when leasing, but I also need some other information from you to run a payment, including this vehicle's full MSRP, how long you want to lease it for, and what mileage allowance you need. Let me know and I'll crunch some numbers for you.

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,518
    Hey ach8888. Here's a link to the 2010 RX 350 pricing page here at Edmunds.com: '10 RX 350 Pricing. The dealer invoice information that you're looking for is available there.

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