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2013 and earlier Lexus ES 350 Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • I bought my es350 back in April,msrp 38,202. Traded in my 1996 Camry le with 106,000 miles in good shape. I paid 32,700 including tax(7%)tags,dealer prep. Just wondering how I did.
  • Car_man/Others,

    What is the residual value at lease end for the 2008 ES350 for a 36 month/10,000 mile lease?
    Is the MF for 2008 same as 2007?

    I am interested in leasing a 2008 ES350 with Navigation System.

  • Appears that you were given about $500.00 for your tradein.
    You coulda done a lot better selling your tradein in the local newspaper. Good dependable used cars bring good money.
  • Hello I'm in Connecticut area. Today I got a deal on Lexeus ES 350. The dealer is giving me Lexeus ES 350, 2008 for $37500+ Tax+ Registration which will be $40170. It's fully loaded with Navigation, Premium Plus Package and all other standard stuff which comes with this car for MSRP of $41900.00

    I hope this is a good deal as had to really struggle a lot to get this price. I did try to buy a 2007 ES 350 with exact same features but the dealer even didn't agree to give it with price 34K+ tax. So I thought it was better to pay 3.5K more and get a brand new car of 2008.

  • jano2jano2 Posts: 141
    It sounds to me as if you got a good deal. I think in different parts of the country they have different packages w/different names. Based on what you have said I just bought a 2007 with the same options and paid the same price as you. My car has everything except the Mark Levinson pkg, park assist and sun roof (although I do have the moon roof that opens??? - go figure). Is yours the same?

    So far I love my car. :)

    Oops - it doesn't have spoiler, tinted windows, custom chrome wheels, or satellite radio.
  • I'll get to my people and see what the prices are out in SoCal
  • I paid $32500 plus tax and tags in Maryland for an ES350 2007, no navigation but everything else. Thought I got a good deal but now I am beginning to wonder.
  • Where could I find information about Lexus' customer cash back offers?
  • Just put in a search under google sites will pop up but I don't think you'll find one.
  • Sounds like a good deal to me.
  • gluckgluck Posts: 23
    Just got out of the dealership last night with the new Smoky Granite premium package. They were sold out of the nav. and only had this last one on the color I liked on the 07.
    They still have a bunch of 2007 left.
    Paid $31K + TTL =$33K'ish OTD. MSRP - $37,387
    Did anyone get anything cheaper than this?
  • i tried to get price quotes for 2007 es 350 in md/va area and nobody had any in stock. Which dealer did you get your car from koppsuz?
  • Sounds like you got a great deal. I'm in the market for the same type of car. Can you share where you were able to purchase your car? Thanks in advance.
  • About 1k less but still a nice deal. We got ours about a month ago.
  • Which town is giving such good deals? I should keep that in mind for my next car. I paid a lot more for my granite mica premium (bought last year, of course).
  • gluckgluck Posts: 23
    4barbara: You got yours for $30K? That is an insane deal.
  • gluckgluck Posts: 23
    Lexus of Westminister in SoCal.
  • I looked at a ES 350 with a msrp of 38k. The dealer in the Wayne PA area ofered to sell it for 36K.

    Great guy...!

    Does anyone have an idea of what the actual sale price should be?

  • I believe a rule of thumb is 10-12% off MSRP. Somewhere around 34,000 plus tax,tags etc. I have read some guys get them even lower. Good luck.
  • He's dreaming on selling for that price....and tell him so. Is it an 08? if 07 look over the lot and tell him that you'll never sell the ONE YR OLDs for the same price as the newer models's already depreciated one year regardless the fact it hasn't been driven.
    DON'T BUDGE there's plenty of other dealers. Best price we got when we brought...32k
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