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Lexus LS 460 Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • xier, it has been more than a month so not sure if you still check the message posted in this forum. How to pick up or buy $750 Lexus Coupon from Ebay? Thx!
  • I've been pricing 2007 LS 460, <30K miles, with comfort package, Mark Levinson/Navi and some with pre-collision.

    All in very good condition.

    Average price in DC suburbs is 47K.

    Wondering if others are getting better quotes in other areas for 2007 or 2008.

    Thanks for any input
  • cctdicctdi Posts: 82
    According to Edmunds&#146; TMV pricing, the 08 Ls is already selling over 17k off the MSRP. I got a 08 RX 400H in July for my wife from Cherry Lexus in South Jersey with only 3.5k off the MSRP, now the same car sells 6-7k off! I wish I wouldn&#146;t had gotten my 08 535xi and 750Li earlier last year from the BMW right next door to the Lexus; the car market is crashing down just like the housing, 5 miles away from my house, the FC Kerbeck Dealership was selling 07 and 08 Caddys in half price when I drove by the dealer&#146;s lots this morning on my way to work.
  • wmackwmack Posts: 3
    I'm planning to buy a new LS460 and wanted to know what people are paying. The car I'm looking at has a MSRP of 69, 100 (basic navigation system and the comfort package). The opening offer by the dealer was 64,000. What is a good price to target?

    Any advice is appreciated!!
  • rocky46rocky46 Posts: 2
    I wanted to buy one also but didn't want the GPS and comfort package as I don't think it is worth the few thousand dollars. They call that as an option, but it seems all cars come with this add-on. The price I quoted for what you want is also 64k. I won't buy for another few months and I would be interested to know what you will pay if you are buying soon. Where are you? I live in the SF bay area.

  • wmackwmack Posts: 3
    Dallas - There are two dealership in town and four more within 200 miles that are competing for my business. As the month winds down I'll see how bad they want my business. I'll let you know.
  • wmackwmack Posts: 3

    I ended up at 12.5% under MSRP.
  • georgeh5georgeh5 Posts: 7
    Thanks for your information! Looks like not many people are buying LS 460 lately.

    Will try my luck!
  • I just bought a 2009 LS SWB, RWD. Sticker was $66,034 I paid $58, 800.

    You can easily take off around 10% off the sticker. I am in Maryland and bought the vehicle from a dealer in Manmouth, New Jersey.

    Big dealer with lots of inventory. My local dealer in Maryland was selling me a used 2008 model with 13, 500 miles for the same price.

  • georgeh5georgeh5 Posts: 7
    Hi, SK:

    Thanks for the info.

    What options on your LS to get MSRP $66,034? Looks like Navigation + comfort package would put MSRP $69,100.


  • George:

    Sorry for getting back to you so late.

    The options it had were the basic Comfort Package and some other accessories like cargo net, all weather mats etc. I did not want a navigation as you cannot operate or change the destination on it while moving. I heard its a nuisance sometimes.

    Hope this helps.

  • mdxfan3mdxfan3 Posts: 13
    Car Man Host or Anyone else,

    Does anyone have any info as to the arrival date of the 2010 LS460s? Also, has anyone heard if cash back incentives will be offered on remaining 09s again like last year?

    I'm looking at buying a remaining 09 versus waiting for a 10 model. Assuming I can get my color choice on a 09, if Lexus offers a $6K rebate again, that might be the way to go as I plan to keep the car at least 6 years.

    Any suggestions???

  • rennyboschrennybosch Posts: 329
    Ken, is it known yet if there are going to be any changes in the 2010?
  • mdxfan3mdxfan3 Posts: 13

    There are no changes that I am aware of for 2010--probably just the usual tweaks. My question is primarily deciding between the 09 and 10 model from a financial standpoint factoring in possible cash back rebates and lower negotiated prices for remaining 09 stock compared with having less depreciation on a 2010 model.

    I would also prefer doing something soon which is why I was wondering if anyone heard as to the timing of the 10s arrival. Possibly waiting until October is quite a way off.

    So if anyone has heard anything about possible rebates for remaining 09s, the timeframe of the 10s arrival, or a suggestion about going with a discounted 09 versus 10, I'd be very interested to hear your thoughts!

  • Just picked up the car yesterday at noon. Bought it at Lexus of North Miami Beach, from a good guy I'd recommend highly, Harry Faitelson. I bought it for $350 below dealer invoice, which they showed me and it had all the info ((TDA 796 ?, Whsl Financial Reserve $636) on it, even the dealer Holdback amount ($1,273)! List was $69,090, paid $61,804.50 The deal I negotiated was for actual dealer invoice, when I reviewed the Buyer's Order, I noted the $699 Pre-Delivery Service Fee. I told them this was a deal breaker and to forget it. They told me it was cast in stone. I walked. The called back and said they would split it, hence the price.

    J. Ali
  • I talked to a dealer and he said 2010 lexus ls are coming out in about 4 weeks or so. He did say though that the 2010 model would be significantly cheaper than the 09? Not sure if that is true or not
  • Any feedback out there regarding Chicago area Lexus dealers? BEST PRICES? Easiest to deal with? What is a reasonable discount on this car?
  • kjoskjos Posts: 2
    HI All,
    First time posting so go easy on me. I am looking for a LS460 AWD with a sticker of 71,455. Any thoughts on how much over invoice I should pay and what the out the door cost. I live in Maryland?
    all thoughts appreciated!
  • kjoskjos Posts: 2
    I know if the DC area i've been getting prices 2K over invoice with an out the door price of 71K (6% sales tax). I hope this helps
  • Hello I have been reading about these great deals on the ls 460's and want to know if there is any known dealer inventory of the older models. I am willing to fly and drive back for the right deal. I am in southern california and have already sent an e-mail to sacramento Lexus. Ideally, I would like to be in the $50-58k range and must have a 460L.
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