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2013 and earlier Lexus RX 350 Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • I did contact lexus of Mission Viejo, CA and got a quote of 37125+TTL. Also the sales guy said it did not include destination which was another 875.. Did you haggle after they sent you the quote..

    I am working the local dealers .... thx all for the tips and prices
  • rparisrparis Posts: 368
    What is MSRP? I live in new Englad and would only purchase an all wheel drive vehicle for those snowy days when I have to go to work.
  • llcpallcpa Posts: 2
    I've been quoted $43860 for a 2010 RX 350 AWD, Navi, Comfort and Premium package plus tax and tags. Went to 4 Lexus dealers in the MD/VA area and this was the lowest, is this a good deal? :confuse: Thanks!
  • rparisrparis Posts: 368
    What is MSRP?
  • llcpallcpa Posts: 2
    MSRP is $47390
  • rparisrparis Posts: 368
    There have been numerous discounts, per this forum, of over a $5000 discount.
    Maybe check with dealers this week as the year end is fast approaching.
  • jhl7jhl7 Posts: 2
    I just purchased a 2010 RX350 AWD with premium package. MSRP $43715. Purchase price $37988. OTD $42093 after CA 9.25% tax + document fees. I hope it is a good deal.
  • Just purchased an RX 350 FWD with NAV, PM, and comfort package for 41500. In Dallas TX. Great sales person. Easy to work with. Actually a pleasant experience.
  • rar2rar2 Posts: 13
    Sorry for the late response rparis, I'm still in negotiation as I agree with you, you want the AWD up in NE. based on what i have been told you have to get the premium package, heated/vent seats, leather/wood steering wheel, backup cam in the rearview and remote start in NE. Which is fine for me.

    I can tell you they were at 36,886 with fwd and all the above - so figuring the awd is approx 1200 more based on that - however that's what they quoted over the phone ...but I'm still thinking it should be at 37-38K for the AWD car. I had quotes of 39202 from the internet spec -AWD, packages/features noted above no NAV and they were supposed to come down from there if you go in person - do NOT go to Chambers - Sharon, they say they are going to come down - but they didn't move one dollar.

    I am trading in and although had a price on the fwd wanted the awd and brought up the trade. Ended up saying i'll pay this plus my car. We still have a fair difference but something I'm hoping can be overcome. Still haven't made an arrangement, but still in touch with the dealer so hoping to wrap something up by end of year, if possible.
  • When I purchased mine I did not mention a trade-in until I had my price so that I would know what they were really giving me for my 2000 Tahoe. They offered me $3,000. I replied that they would have given me more than that when they were offering $4500 cash for clunkers. They said that is correct. I purchased the RX 350 with no trade-in and listed my Tahoe on Craigs List. First person who looked at it paid me $6,750. Trade-ins are usually not the way to go at a Lexus dealer.

    By the way, I just purchased clear mats for the front and a black Lexus rubber mat for my RX 350 via E-bay from Park Place Lexus in Grapevine, TX. They sell a lot of Lexus parts and accessories on E-bay and will combine shipping. Same items that they offered me at Park Place Lexus in Mission Viejo, but at lower prices and shipping was about the same as I would have paid for sales tax at the Mission Viejo store. They also have good prices on filters, filter wrenches and other items for those who tire of the service costs at the Lexus dealers.

    I purchased my 2006 ES 330 from Park Place Lexus in Mission Viejo, CA and paid their high prices for service up to and including the 30,000 mile service. However, once they had the car for the 30,000 mile service, I received an emergency telephone call from the service writer informing me about all the items that they discovered needing repair. I gave the service writer a telephonic authorization to repair most of the items and said I would wait on the non emergency repairs. I paid almost $2,000 for that 30,000 mile service for a car that my wife drives like a little old lady. The following day I took the car to a service facility to get a quote for the remaining work and was told the remaining repairs were not needed.

    After that I started taking the car to the facility that was not attempting to sell me work that I did not need. I later discovered that the service writers at the Lexus dealership are paid a percentage of the service work that they can sell you. When I purchased my RX 350 from Park Place Lexus in Mission Viejo, they were aware that I would not be using them for service after the two free service visits and the reason I would not use their service department. They told me that they would discuss the matter with the service writer, and I told them no. I feel it would be like sending back food that you don't like at a restaurant and did not want to allow someone that I complained about to have access to my vehicle.
  • Hi, can you please let me know the name of the dealer and if the price is OTD? I am planning to get one this week in the DFW area.
    It would be great if you could also post your driving experience. Thanks!
  • I will also be making a purchase soon without NAV, would like to know more info on your purchase as to which dealership. Thanks.
  • klaxklax Posts: 4
    Just finalized a deal for 2010 RX350 with Comfort, Navi, Premium and few additions (19" wheel, parking assist, wood steering wheel, cross bar, tow prep package, cargo mat/net) etc. Silver exterior with black interior.

    MSRP of $47,269
    Invoice (as claimed by dealer) and price of buying - $42,596
    Additonal tax (CA 9.25%) and doc/tire fee of ~$60
  • Can you tell from which dealer you got the price?
  • klaxklax Posts: 4
    Stevens Creek Lexus in Nor-Cal
  • jhl7jhl7 Posts: 2
    That's right. It was from Stevens Creek Lexus in San Jose, and a pleasant buying experience. Wondering how do you know, klax?
  • klaxklax Posts: 4
    That's funny. I thought nliang was asking me! My deal was also from Stevens Creek .. :)..
  • Good deals at Stevens Creek--I have noticed they are low on inventory. Did you buy a car off the lot or did they get it from another dealer? I'm wondering how much of a deal I can get on a color combo not on the lot? Thanks!
  • I'm in Northen Virginia/DC area, and the dealer in Alexandria won't come off of $39,647 on this same car with MSRP of $43,715.00. Based on some of the prices people have paid for a non-Nav car around the country on this forum it sounds like a bad deal. Is anybody in the VA/DC/MD area doing any better on the non-Nav cars?

  • klaxklax Posts: 4
    Very true on inventory.. I had a hard time trying to get anything of the lot unless I compromised on one of color or MSRP (53K instead of 47K). So my deal is on a car in transit; should be in the store in another 10 days. Could have gotten a better deal on a car in the lot.
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