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2013 and earlier Lexus ES 350 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • jano2jano2 Posts: 141
    I faxed it to you- hope you got it.
  • olegoleg Posts: 12
    I HAVE quote $ 33500
    LEASE 12k 36MON.
    0 DOWN JUST UP FRONT COST
    $470 MONTHLY PAYMENT(INCL.7% TAX)
    IS IT GOOD DEAL?
  • jano2jano2 Posts: 141
    Did you get any of the pages I faxed or should I refax all?
  • jano2jano2 Posts: 141
    I don't know anything about leasing.
  • olegoleg Posts: 12
    Thank you, I received 4 pages
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,155
    Do NOT post phone numbers of any kind in the forums.... If your post has disappeared, that is why..

    Everyone here has a CarSpace.com e-mail address..

    membername@CarSpace.com

    Thanks!
    kyfdx

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  • mrtrancemrtrance Posts: 93
    What is the residual and money factor used to calculate that monthly payment? Based on your numbers I think residual is 57% and MF should be 0.00165. Is that corrrect? I think it's a good deal. You might be able to do a bit better on the price say $33000 even. L
  • olegoleg Posts: 12
    RES VAL IS 55%
    MF 0.00245

    AFTER 9MSD
    MF IS 0.00173
  • mrtrancemrtrance Posts: 93
    How much were each MSD's? $500? $1000?
  • jano2jano2 Posts: 141
    I resent page 5. Pages 6 and 7 are definitions so I did not fax those.
  • mrtrancemrtrance Posts: 93
    A few posts back Car_man posted that each security deposit lowers it by 0.00010. However, your MF was lowered by only 0.00008 for each deposit? Is this regional or should it be the same across the board through LFS?
  • does any one know what is the lowest price people have paid for a 07 E350 in cash?
  • jano2jano2 Posts: 141
    I thought it is all cash to the dealership. They got a check from me and a check from my Credit Union. :D I am just kidding, but I have read no post about anyone paying cash..
  • mac1lsr1mac1lsr1 Posts: 20
    I paid cash for my new 2007 ES350, which I will pick up from Prestige Lexus in Ramsey NJ tomorrow morning. It was an electronic transfer from an account I have with a financial institution for the full amount of the transaction. ES 350 with Premium Plus Pkg & Navigation, MSRP was 41,662. I paid 37,300. See my previous posts for details. Prestige did not even require a deposit for the car. I'm pretty sure I can't claim paying the lowest cash sale price on this forum.
  • Hi Jano2,

    Not that I am speaking for Zhan but I had e-mailed back and forth with him and he ended up getting the same options for the same price from the dealer I went through. I was surprised he never came back to post his experience. I am pretty sure the sale’s guy told him he wasn’t too happy that I posted the price I paid, that may be why he never came back to the forum. Who knows.....

    Anyway he was very grateful for the deal he got :)
  • jano2jano2 Posts: 141
    Maybe Zhan is just too busy to post. As far as the salesman goes he should be happy - it was a sale dropped in his lap that he didn't have to go out and work for. He can bargain with the next customer who hasn't done their homework.

    Have a good day and a nice weekend!
  • sodaguysodaguy Posts: 72
    Sorry, I haven't checked in in a while. I was getting quoted 32,500 for a 2007 with the Premium Pkg and 33,800 for a 2008 model with pretty much the same options, except the bluetooth audio.
  • Please email it to annuc@hotmail.com.

    Thanks!
  • jano2jano2 Posts: 141
    Sorry I am unable to scan the report to email it. I am sure it is my stupidity :confuse: but....If you want it faxed to you send me a fax number to jano2@carspace.com. I will be glad to fax it. :) Today is a game day so will be out of touch after 3 and away from the computer until Monday later afternoon.
  • Today is the day for everyone to get you some. Can not wait til tonight when all the hot deals are posted. Labor day weekend is here, the deals are ripe for the picking.
  • I helped my dad get a new 2008 ES350 today. We were shopping for a 07 model but none of the local dealers had the color combination we wanted. So we dealed on an 2008 model which had just arrived few days ago at the dealer. MSRP was $42,421 and we got for $37.500(at invoice price). I'm pretty happy with deal since it's an 08 model. Total drive off $950 with monthly payments of $590 (includes tax) for 36mo/10K.
  • What is the dealers name and what city and state?
  • Price seems resonable for the total. Obviously that's not with tax and fees included...or is it.
    On a lease! 10k...and $590 a month for 36 mo. I think you should've bargined better or continued to look around until you started to feel what was out there before going back to buy.
    One thing though, since the 08s are just coming out time will only tell if you truly did get the right price.
  • Newport Lexus in Newport Beach, California.
  • I don't think you can get a better pricing for the car right now. The best they would do on a 07 was $500 under invoice anyways. The problem with Lexus is that the MF is high on these cars whether it's a 07 or 08. MF for 07 was 0.00265 and for 08 it's 0.00295.
  • Just purchased a pre-owned '07 ES350 in DFW area. Paid $32,000 +TTL. Has 15,448 miles on it. Car Fax shows it was lease w/ no issues. No trade in. Financing was from bank (tho they offered me 6.19%). Car details: Black Saphire w/cashmere leather/grey/wood interior. Has everything (incl. moonroof, pinstriping, window tint, bluetooth, rain sensors, etc.) BUT, doesn't have navigation, full spare or rear spoiler. Bought at Honda Higgens (saw ad for $32,900). Went to Lexus in Grapevine first - they hav several prev. leased in multiple colors - mileage from 20K- 35K all w/ slight defects (chipped windshileds, etc). Same features. They're starting point on all is $35.9K. Told sales rep about Honda's offer - he said couldn't go lower than $35.4K - that was certified (always more expensive), tho mine comes w/ an extra extended warranty covering everything imaginable. Honda folks were great - but not familiar w/ features on Lexus - didn't know what features or package incl. Fortunately, the Lexus Dealers had explained most of them to me. Great drive back home to Houston today w/ it.
  • jano2jano2 Posts: 141
    I really like that black saphire color.
  • As several others have reported here, I had an excellent experience purchasing a 2007 ES350 from Tony at Park Place Plano in DFW. I got the premium package below for $34,475. I live in Memphis and flew to Dallas and drove the car home. Mr. Arthur picked me up at the airport and the whole deal was smooth and pleasant. I had wired the funds to Lexus so everthing went quick. I got the Smoky Granite with the black interior and it looks great.

    Thanks to everyone on this site, the information I received here helped the process. I did contact two other dealers, but could not get straight answers from them. Tony was upfront all the way.

    Package I – “Premium”
    - Premium leather trim interior with real wood accents
    - Heated and Ventilated front seats
    - Driver memory: Seat, Steering Wheel, Outside Mirrors
    - Power Tilt and Telescoping Steering Wheel
    - Bluetooth Compatibility
    - 6 Disc, Single feed in dash CD player in the console
    - Rain-sensing Wipers
    - Driver Seat Extender
    - Carpet Cargo Mat
    - Wheel Locks
    - Power Rear Sun Shade
    - Body Side Moldings
    - Smart Key

    Regards,
    Scott in MEM
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