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2013 and earlier Lexus RX 350 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • lex999lex999 Posts: 4
    It was helpful to me reading the notes in this forum. I just wanted to share that I was able to get the price on RX 350 with an MSRP of $48259 for $41150 or a 14.75% discount. I shopped around in the Boston area and found Herb Chambers Lexus in Sharon to be the most aggressive in terms of pricing. It was a pleasant process and I was handled in a very professional manner.
  • Martin,

    Optional equipment was CP, EK, NV, PM, TO, V3, WU, and 3T on an AWD 350 with 18 inch wheels ( MSRP $48,259) for $41,025 plus $369 Doc fees. The car is being released for the transport company Monday evening and will be picked up on their normal swing through the MA area on Tuesday with an expected delivery time in SC of Friday Sept 3rd. The Watertown folks went out of their way to get me the doc's overnight so I didn't have any delays with the SC tax office or DMV. A delay would have meant the transport co. wouldn't pick it up until the following week so the doc fees were certainly justified.

    Art
  • yaskazyaskaz Posts: 7
    wclbanker -
    I am also talking to Prestige and have received a couple of quotes. Let me know if u want to discuss more.
  • Put down a deposit on a used RX 350.. 15k miles, bluetooth,AWD, heated/ventilated seats, back-up camera.... used to be a loaner vehicle, has everything except navigation. I'm fairly sure this is a good deal for the colors I am looking for (white ext / tan int.) as I have not been able to find anything cheaper.

    The rep @ the dealer told me that anything done outside of the dealership will void the warranty, such as installing remote start. This doesn't sound right to me, but I could be wrong. Does anybody know if this is true?

    Also, they didn't have much information about what roadside assistance really entails, and I'd also like to know how long the stock tires are rated for. Thanks for any assistance!
  • What is the S Florida Dealer that you bought from and what is the salespersons name. I dont want to lease just the best out the door price. Thanks, Susan
  • I am interested in purchasing a Lexus RX350 with package B including navigation.
    The best out of door price, I will pay cash. Who has the best price???
    Should I get a 2010 or 2011? I live in FLORIDA lots of dealerships to dirve to in a 2 hour drive time. Who has the best price? Let me know what dealer and salesperson. Thank, Susan :blush:
  • rparisrparis Posts: 368
    Although I am not 100% certain, if a remote starter is installed, for example, and damages the electrical system your warranty would be in effect on other parts of the vehicle not damaged. Also, once the electrical system has been repaired to the original state, the full warranty would be in effect again. Quite possibly your Lexus dealer would be negotiable on on the price of anything you might want done if you show them price comparisons although they probably will not meet the price.
  • pat118pat118 Posts: 4
    Michael,

    Would you please send me the dealer information?
    wayout.ca@gmail.com.

    Thanks,

    Patrick
  • lex999lex999 Posts: 4
    I got $535 a 15K lease with $2000 down on a $48200 Msrp
  • ivadaivada Posts: 5
    edited August 2010
    FWIW, I got mine yesterday (AWD, Nav, Comfort, Premium, Wood, Tow) $200 below invoice (NJ).
  • ivadaivada Posts: 5
    Yes, I got told the same thing. A 3rd part remote starter will void the warranty since it can/does interfere with the Car's electrical system. Why don't you just get the Lexus remote started option? It's about $850 or so MSRP installed but as part of the sale they might be able to do much better ($550 or so). I negotiated mine as part of my sale yesterday. Going next weekend to get it installed, and since it is a Lexus part it does not void the warranty. Plus it gets integrated right into the Lexus key fob.
  • badnjgalbadnjgal Posts: 2
    edited August 2010
    Thanks for the information. Can you please tell me which dealership gave that deal, I would like to go there.
  • lex999lex999 Posts: 4
    Herb Chambers lexus sharon ma
  • Sooz,

    After Germain tried to sc**w me on a couple car deals, I test drove there but bought my 2000 RX 300 at Scanlon in Ft. Myers and they were a pleasure to deal with. The last time I did a Google search of Germain ( a few years ago now) I found the same experience related by many other posters.
  • terry89terry89 Posts: 2
    edited August 2010
    Does anybody know what are the changes year 2011 model over 2010?

    What are the feature changes, and are there going to be a price change?

    Just a bit information to help me make my decision of to wait or buy it now.

    Thanks
  • ivadaivada Posts: 5
    Per my understanding the only difference is the phasing out of some earlier colors and being replaced by newer colors. There are no other noticeable changes in the body, styling, or options. Hope this helps! Here are the changes expected:

    Price increases:
    RX350 FWD: $350
    RX350 AWD: $350
    RX450h FWD:$550
    RX450h AWD: $550

    Exterior Colors: Satin Cashmere replaces Golden Almond, Stargazer black, Black Opal Mica (RX450h) added, while Truffle Mica, and Black Saphire Pearl, Aurora White Pearl (RX450h) discontinued

    Some more links: http://consumerguideauto.howstuffworks.com/2011-lexus-rx.htm

    http://www.thecarconnection.com/marty-blog/1047275_lexus-reveals-updated-2011-li- neup-small-changes-for-all
  • ram7088ram7088 Posts: 4
    Hello i am in process of signing a lease in VA. Here are my numbers. please suggest if this is a good reasonable deal.

    MSRP 47K

    Down- $3000
    Monthly- $540
    Miles- 12K per Yr
    Duration- 3 Yrs.
    Residual- $28000
    First 2 Services Free

    Please help me if i can go for it.

    Is there anything else i should be asking for
  • Your numbers seem about right, but the equipment configuration is critical in determing this because it can add thousands to the price. $47K for an AWD seems very low, depending on what's in it; i.e does it have Nav, Premium, Comfort, etc. We picked up a new RWD on 8/28/10, completely loaded, with an MSRP of $47,644 - the high end "South Florida build", with the same $539/month and $2,700 down, 36 months-36,000 miles.
  • ram7088ram7088 Posts: 4
    Thanks for the response.... Its about the same. Let me recheck the options and will keep in mind your numbers...
  • Working several dealers and best we can come up with here in Northern Va for a fairly loaded (no DVD Entertainment) but has NAV, Comfort, etc. 2010 MSRP $47,625. Final offer was $3150 down, 565/month for 3 year 15K mile lease. Residual was just under $27K. I would love feedback/thoughts? This is including $500 rebate incentive, etc. Down payment seems high but actually less than what other dealers required for same payments. Thanks, Steve
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