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2013 and earlier Lexus RX 350 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • nazzy100nazzy100 Posts: 82
    edited June 2012
    chughmanish:

    Here's my thoughts, since you are asking for input :

    Is that $40, 800 out the door final price ? If it is, the car is roughly $37400 plus tax and lic. I think you can get more off and should. If not, it's(37400 plus) too high for a now, 3 year -old RX.

    With that equip, that price($37500) would be about what they are getting for a CPO 2011 in most areas.

    Rules here allow you to mention the dealer , please do ?
    .

    Many folks are getting $5000 off MSRP and better, on new 2012's, in Calif, now that the 2013 is out. Read back some of the posts here.

    Keep us advised.
  • chughmanishchughmanish Posts: 7
    edited June 2012
    No it was not out of the door final price. I called him again and he came down to 38500+Tax+ $50 fee.

    License fee is already paid by them for this year.

    How about this price with 2,300 knocked off and with all the features it has with low mileage.
  • Final price from dealer is 37500+tax+doc fee.

    I am not sure if i should go for it or look for 2012 which might be closer to 42000+tax+lic+doc fee on road with all features this car has.
  • freddynjfreddynj Posts: 10
    Hi all,

    I checked on a 2010 prior to buying my new 2012 RX, a dealer in Virginia wanted near 39,000, then went down to 37,000(before taxes, title, reg.).
    I checked carfax , and it had three wheel alignments in 20,000 miles, and had the radio replaced. It also was a corporate lease. Those vehicles go through some rough drivers. I felt that the new RX I bought with just 6 miles on it was worth the extra money.
    The 0.9 % financing didn't hurt either,although I believe the certified used vehicles also has 0.9%.
    I wouldn't buy it at 37,500.
    .
  • nazzy100nazzy100 Posts: 82
    How about telling us the name of the dealer ?
  • chughmanishchughmanish Posts: 7
    edited June 2012
    This was single owner, leased. Also, Car fax was clean with regular maintenance at required mileage (1000, 6000, 11000, 16000 and last one before CPO at 20092). It is local vehicle bought at Concord California and drove in Concord area. Dealer is in north bay.

    Yes, CPO is also qualified for 0.9% APR but for 48 months. I do qualify for it as my score is closer to very high end of the scale.

    How much new 2012 with similar configuration before tax, doc fee are?
  • Lexus of Marin
  • jclem22jclem22 Posts: 1
    The regular maintenance that this car has received is a VERY good sign. I have no first hand experience on the used car pricing, but it's curious (maybe encouraging) that he's dropping the price very quickly and easily--$40.8 down to 37.5k ! Who knows what his bottom is? Maybe the 10-15% off msrp that people are getting on new '12's, also applies to used. I do know that there are a gazillion '10's on the market (check cars.com). Make an offer of 15% off-($34.7) and maybe he'll come back with something 1/2 way between.
    My son-in-law, who is VERY good at this, offered 15% off msrp on a new '12 and ended at 13% off. I told him he was stretching it too far and he said, 'I've never been one not to stretch". Shows what I know.
  • schenkerschenker Posts: 3
    Hi,
    I received a quote from a dealer here in TX for a 2012 RX which is $ 41k +TTL for Moon Roof, 6-Disc, Back-up Camera, Bluetooth, Heated and Ventilated Seats, Parking Assist, Premium Package, Power Rear Door, Smart Key Access, Wood/Leather Shift Knob & Steering Wheel. I would appreciate any feedback and any purchasing experience. Thank you
  • cysdcysd Posts: 8
    edited June 2012
    No Navigation? What's the MSRP?
    I got mine (see previous post for spec)
    http://townhall-talk.edmunds.com/direct/view/.f0cbfbf/4972
    No Nav, with everything u have + little extra for $37400+ttl. Then again I heard southern california gets better deals so not sure how much you can go for in TX.
    Good luck!
  • sailakfansailakfan Posts: 28
    Hi,
    I live in Texas and bought a brand new 2012 with all these options plus nav, parking assist for less than that from a California dealer. It was a pleasant experience and also got 0.9% apr for 60 months. If the local dealers would not budge, do not hesitate to shop out of state. This is my second out of state car purchase and it was a no brainier.
    good luck.
  • schenkerschenker Posts: 3
    Hi Sailakfan,
    Thank you so much for your prompt mail. Would you mind sharing the California dealer and city and how much you paid for your vehicle. Request you to please let me know the transport company and how much it cost you to transport
    Thank you very much!
  • schenkerschenker Posts: 3
    Hello cysd,
    Thank you for your prompt response. There is no navigation and msrp is $45,583.Thanks!
  • sailakfansailakfan Posts: 28
    No problem Schenker, I am not sure if they would still have a good selection left but would not hurt to call. Since I cannot post sales person info I can be reached at capturelinkatyahoodotcom. Matter of fact after I closed the deal the following Monday Lexus increased the incentive from $1000 to $2000 but I really could not tell how much of it was applied towards my purchase. BTW I found a shipping company that runs only between California and Texas nowhere else and nothing in between and I paid close to $800. Good luck
  • nazzy100nazzy100 Posts: 82
    edited June 2012
    Sailakfan:

    THE Dealership name and city ARE permitted here on this forum. See the message from the host:

    kyfdx HOST
    Jun 08, 2012 (9:38 am)

    You may include the dealership name, city and state in your post. Please do not post names of salespeople, telephone numbers, email addresses, or other contact information.
  • sailakfansailakfan Posts: 28
    Thanks for pointing that out, the dealership is Escondido, California. Good luck guys.
  • sanjaysdcasanjaysdca Posts: 269
    When you buy in California and ship it out of state...do you still pay taxes and title for California?
  • unohoounohoo Posts: 1
    I called Escondido but not much of 2012 selections left anymore and would not deal on a 2013 yet. I found someone got a great deal at Sewell Lexus in Dallas and was offered the following for a 2013. Is this a good deal or should I negotiate more?

    Vehicle Base Model ..........................:$ 39075.00 $ 39075.00
    Appearance Package Includes: 19" Sport Finish 770.00
    Wheels with All-Season Tires, Halogen Headlam
    with Metallic Black surrounds ..............
    Navigation System with Voice Command, Lexus E 2465.00
    w/Destination Assist & eDestination (1-yr sub
    included), Lexus Insider, XM NavTraffic & Nav
    Weather (90 day trial subs included), Backup
    Camera & Remote Touch Controller ...........
    Intuitive Parking Assist ................... 500.00
    Premium Pkg: Leather Trim Int., One-Touch Ope 2400.00
    Close Moonroof, Auto-Dimming Electrochromic P
    Heated Outside Mirrors, Pwr Rr Dr, USB Audio
    Driver''s Seat/Steering/Mirror Memory-3 settin
    Towing Prep Pkg: Transmission Cooler, Heavy D 238.00
    Wood & Leather Trimmed Steering Wheel & Shift 330.00
    Cargo Mat, Cargo Net, Wheel Locks & Key Glove 255.00
    --------- ---------
    Total Accessories ...........................: $ 6958.00 $ 6958.00
    Destination Charge ..........................: $ 875.00
    ---------
    Total .......................................: $ 48405.00

    $42600+TTL

    Thanks
  • nazzy100nazzy100 Posts: 82
    11.5 % off sticker is not bad at all on a 2013. Are you eligible for customer loyalty money or similar incentives ? Make sure you check to see if any.

    I'd offer him 41500.00 MINUS any incentives if there are any. Split with him at 42000.00 if needed, again minus any incentives.

    Again it's a 2013, so I like the deal even at 42600.00. $6000+ off is a nice deal.

    Always do your negotiating by getting the discount off the new car price like you are doing..keeping in mind sales tax is on the selling price.
  • swamybswamyb Posts: 27
    edited June 2012
    Hi

    I am planning to buy this 2012 RX 350. Our 2004 rx 330 was totaled due to red light jumping crash and thankfully my family escaped unhurt. Thanks to the side and front airbags and safety of Lexus. I see the following options fits my need, but 50517 is steep price for the following options. How much you think I should offer OTD? This is in SF bay area.

    12-Speaker Premium Audio System For Navigation - $110.00
    19 7-Spoke Aluminum Alloy Wheels - With All-Season 235/55/Vr19 Tires - $660.00
    Adaptive Front-Lighting System (Afs)
    And Edestination (One-Year Trial Subscription Included)
    And Stocks (90-Day Trial Subscription Included) - $2465.00
    Bi-Xenon High Intensity Discharge (Hid) Headlamps With Dynamic Auto-Leveling
    Bi-Xenon High Intensity Discharge Headlamps (Hid) - With Adaptive Front-Lighting System (Afs) - $875.00
    Bluetooth Hands Free Phone And Phonebook Download Capabilities
    Comfort Package - Includes: Heated And Ventilated Front Seats
    Destination Assist
    Electrochromic (Auto-Dimming) Outside Mirrors - $2400.00
    Emergency Assist Button (Sos)
    Enhanced Roadside Assistance
    Hdd Navigation (Generation 6 System)
    Heated And Ventilated Front Seats - $640.00
    Intelligent High Beam Headlamps
    Intuitive Parking Assist - $500.00

    Lexus 12-Speaker Premium Sound System - $1950.00
    Lexus Enform With Safety Connect: Automatic Collision Notification
    Lexus Insider
    Lexus Memory System To Control Power Driver'S Seat (Except Lumbar)
    Navigation System - Includes: Backup Monitor
    Navtraffic
    Navweather
    Outside Mirrors And Steering Wheel
    Power Rear Door
    Power Tilt-And-Slide Moonroof With One-Touch Open/Close And Sliding Sunshade
    Premium Package - Includes: Leather-Trimmed Interior
    Rain-Sensing Intermittent Windshield Wipers With Mist Cycle
    Rear-Armrest Storage Compartment With Cover
    Remote Touch Navigation Controller
    Sports
    Stolen Vehicle Location
    Towing Prep Package - Includes: Heavy Duty Alternator And Radiator
    Transmission Cooler - $238.00
    Usb Audio Input For Ipod / Compatible Music Player Integration With Audio System
    Voice Command Casual-Language Voice Recognition System
    Wood And Leather-Trimmed Steering Wheel And Shift Knob - $330.00
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