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2013 and earlier Lexus RX 350 Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • I leave in NJ area and looking for a good deal to lease RX350. Here is what I got so far from the local dealer:
    MSRP $43,715, AWD, Premium, Rear camera, wood trim...
    for 36 month, 10K miles/year, $525/month including 7% NJ taxes, with $1800 out the door ($700 bank fees, 1st month payment, $330 or someting for registration and the rest for documentation fees).
    Calculations included 63% residual value and 5.3% interest (or 0.0022 money factor). Dealer claims that its a rock bottom price. Is it?
  • i received a price of $37000 today with premium package.
    but they didn't give me the otd price.
    can anyone tell me your otd price?
  • Quick question I've been bouncing back and fourth between the and site. Edmunds shows the base invoice price as $33,710 and KBB shows it as $32,752. Which of these is correct?

  • Can you tell me the name of the dealer and what was the MSRP. They mentioned the sales tax, 55 doc fee and title and registration. They mentioned there were no additional costs.

    If you do not want to share on this forum, please email me at
  • I just purchased a 2004 RX330 with 34k miles, AWD, extremely nice certified car for $24,900. So far it's really nice. From Des Moines Lexus dealer, they were good to work with. Not a great price, but ok.
  • Well, my purchase is done. I completed it last week here in NJ. I had been searching for the right deal for months and it finally hit. On the hint of an earlier post I tried and it paid off. Overstock introduced me to a very aggressive dealer and I negotiated from there.

    MSRP of 50,950 (2010 RX350 AWD, NAV, Rear DVD, etc...) for a price of 45,500 plus 249 doc fee plus tax and tags.

    One driving factor for me was the rear DVD. I wanted it factory and Lexus does not appear to be offering it in their "standard" packages on the website anymore. Seems to be going special order only.

    As for carsdirect, they have "jumped the shark." I had bought three or four cars from them in the past (remember when they used to deliver it to you on a flatbed with a bow on top?) but now their pricing is nothing special and car availability appears dim. I am so glad that overstock entered as some online competition.

    Good luck to everyone else.
  • MSRP is $48,000 with following options, got quote of $44,500:

    Premium package
    Comfort package
    Intuitive parking assist
    Wood-leather trimmed steering wheel and shift knob
    Towing Prep Package
    12-speaker Premium Audio System for Navigation with Automatic Sound Levelizer and In-dash Six-Disc CD Changer
    Accy pkg: cargo net, cargo mat & wheel locks

    Seems like they should be able to go down another 2k or so. What do you guys think?
  • rparisrparis Posts: 368
    Based on previous posts, an additional $2000 is probably being quite optimistic, but maybe 15-1800 more.

    Lets us know.
  • Do you mind sharing which dealership you got the vehicle from? Joel Cohan at Ray Catena of Freehold is killing deals right and left these days. Joe Flores has left the company for personal reasons and Joel is no longer allowing deals struck last month to go through ( $47250 MSRP going for 42K)
  • Hey nosfertoo,

    You are right, last November I had a deal in place with Joe Flores and Cohan killed it. I went online to Tri County Lexus and talked to Jack B and Harry S. and my mother got AWD RX for the same price as Joe Flores had in place. Cohan killed Joe Flores's deals left and right and he is murdering Ray Catena in Freehold. Joe Flores is a young kid who is trying to make it in the business and Cohan is a big ego clown. You can see my other posts. The only thing at Tri you should know about is the etching $199. Also Harry S is the nicest person you can meet. Do not worry about the dealer rating. In fact right now I am talking to Harry S for an RX for my wife. I think I can get it for $38K my mom paid $39K. good luck you can email me at and I am wiling to share more with you. Right now I am negotiating on my trade in value.
  • You should try to get in touch with Jack B or Harry S at Tri County Lexus. They are great and will meet any price and beat it. Remember that there is an etching for 199 that will be tacked on.Ignore the dealer ratings these guys are amazing.
  • The offer i got today in NJ

    RX 350 AWD Navigation with additional options (Nav/Premium/comfort/tow prep/pref access etc etc ) + remote start - offer at 41836 + $900 (in fees including DMV+Etching + prep etc) + sales tax

    Is this good?
  • Hi All,

    I am considering leasing a 2010 Lexus Rx350 sometime early next year. I currently lease a BMW that I will return in February. I’ve read some of the entries in this forum regarding the deals being made on the RX and it appears that generally everyone is getting about $5K off of the MSRP. I didn’t negotiate a good deal with my current BMW lease so I want to be a much better negotiator this time around. My question is can I expect the price of the new 350 to decrease at all in the next 1 or 2 months? I wasn’t sure if when the 2010 year started the price would waver a little or if it was pretty much solid until the next release comes? I live in the Atlanta area and I’m looking to lease a 350 with Nav for 36 months/15,000 miles. What type of price should I be expecting/negotiating?

    Any advice you can offer would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  • In New Jersey, many got their Rx-350 with arounf 5K off from MSRP. But currently, it appears to be difficult the get this discount. Maybe it is begining of the month. Generally, dealers are ready to make deals towards end of the month and are more eager towards end of a quarter. But there are no guarantees that same will hold true next year. Lexus and many other auto makers are not mass producing the cars like they used to and with deliberate low inventory of cars in dealerships, dealers are not that desperate to sell below invoice. But a good rule of thumb, a RX-350 with MSRP of 47250 should go for 42-42.6K. I dont think you can easily get a 5K discount on RX-350 with lower MSRP.
    My friend who totaled his BMW in an accident was surprised to get the replacement at close to invoice as BMW is also giving great deals till year end.
  • raj27raj27 Posts: 6
    Hi All,

    I am thinking about buying a used 2009 Lexus Rx350 FWD. It has Navigation, DVD/Entertainment system with dual screen on the back. Rain sensing wipers, leather and moonroof and has been driven for around 31000 miles. The asking price that we settled on right now is around 32500 +TTL.

    Considering that new base model of lexus will be sold for around $37000 with 5000 off base MSRP and as this vechile has got too many miles am concerned if this vechile worth the price or I should buy a new one instead.

    Please advice and share your thoughts on this ?

    Also advice what you think should be my target price for this vechile ?

    Thanks in Advance
  • Done deal!
    Called Tri in the morning, got Dave L (their internet guy) and offered 42K for AWD vehicle with Navigation. He said he would check with his Manager and call back. After three hr. I called again and this time got Jack B on phone. Explained to him about earlier conversation with Dave and that 42K price came from Edmunds forum where there are references of their matching Ray Catena prices. Half an hr. later got call back from Dave that the deal was done as long as I picked the vehicle color from their inventory. Drove to dealership in the afternoon, they had the color I wanted and settled.
    So 2010 AWD RX 350 (with navigation, comfort, premium, Tow, remote starter and destination etc.) MSRP $47625. Price paid 42K plus tax, title etc. Will pick the vehicle this Saturday.
    I have to admit that these folks at Tri are very nice and friendly, no pressure and try to please.
    Thanks to all the folks who posted their experiences here so that one is able to get best deals
  • In my opinion this is much too high for the miles on it. Even if you don't want the '10 due to styling etc, I'm sure you can get an '09 with a lot fewer miles at a better price. I also don't think you will be able to get a '10 with $37K msrp for 5K off--typically that discount is coming with a 47K msrp (I got a '10 for 42 with a 47.7 msrp)....good luck!
  • You may want to check out the Lexus owners forum--they have a good thread on leasing deals folks have been getting. Not sure anyone can tell if prices will be discounted any more in the future. New model year is supposed to come out in Sept. with minor changes, so not sure how much that will impact '10 prices....good luck!
  • Just wanted to add few more items on my experience. I was looking for the vehicle for almost a month yet the dealers were not willing to match the price. I even called outside state dealers in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virgina. Pohanka Lexus in Virginia was worst and never even bothered to call back with what inventory they had. Towson Lexus in Maryland said they had never gone 5K off any MSRP (yet earlier in the forum there are references of otherwise). My best experience was with Lexus of Wilmington in Delaware. These guys are extremely nice and helpful. They did not have the car with features I wanted so they did the national search for me right on the phone and gave me nearest location of where the car was. One was in transit to south which they offered to divert for me and one was completing the production line in Canada which they offered to hold for me. Really amazing service!
  • It was an RX350, odo had 5500 miles on it.
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