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2019 Acura RDX Lease Deals and Prices

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  • jimmyjakesjimmyjakes Posts: 35
    need rdx awd a-spec with 24/10 lease

    also aspec with tech. thank you
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,017

    need rdx awd a-spec with 24/10 lease

    also aspec with tech. thank you

    .00131 and 67% for both

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  • syed_kazmisyed_kazmi Posts: 26
    edited July 2018
    What is the Mf and residual on rdx base fwd for dfw north Dallas gx. And what are the incentives ?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,163

    What is the Mf and residual on rdx base fwd for dfw north Dallas gx. And what are the incentives ?

    36/15
    .00131 MF and 60% residual
    No incentives

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  • wpjoe011wpjoe011 Posts: 9
    Hi - I received a pretty attractive price quote and lease proposal from a dealer.
    However, the up front dollars at lease closing seemed high to me (its a no-money down lease other than fees and taxes).
    I was hoping to get guidance on what hear seems standard and what I can/should push on:
    License/Reg fee - $391
    Up front tax - $1624
    Acq Fee - $595
    Dealer Document Fee - $499

    Thanks.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,163
    wpjoe011 said:

    Hi - I received a pretty attractive price quote and lease proposal from a dealer.
    However, the up front dollars at lease closing seemed high to me (its a no-money down lease other than fees and taxes).
    I was hoping to get guidance on what hear seems standard and what I can/should push on:
    License/Reg fee - $391
    Up front tax - $1624
    Acq Fee - $595
    Dealer Document Fee - $499

    Thanks.

    What is your location?

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  • wpjoe011wpjoe011 Posts: 9
    10605
  • wpjoe011wpjoe011 Posts: 9
    btw it was more the fees that seemed potentially out of whack, not the taxes...
    thank you.
  • wpjoe011wpjoe011 Posts: 9
    The price quoted was $45,479 on 36 mos, 10K per year. They said it works out to $539/month.
    Does that sound correct?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,163
    wpjoe011 said:

    10605

    If you shop in NY, the doc fee is restricted to $75.
    I think NY DMV fees are under $300, as well.
    Shopping in NJ isn't helping from a fee standpoint.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,163
    wpjoe011 said:

    The price quoted was $45,479 on 36 mos, 10K per year. They said it works out to $539/month.
    Does that sound correct?

    Would need the MSRP, term, and mileage allowance to calculate a payment.

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  • wpjoe011wpjoe011 Posts: 9
    Thank you. Its an RDX Advanced.
    MSRP is $48,395, saleprice quoted is $45,479.
    36 mos term, 10k mileage.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,017
    wpjoe011 said:

    Thank you. Its an RDX Advanced.
    MSRP is $48,395, saleprice quoted is $45,479.
    36 mos term, 10k mileage.

    .00131 and 61%

    With those prices, I get $542/mo. Not too far off from the dealer quote.

    Assumes all taxes and fees are paid up front.

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  • builder2builder2 Posts: 7
    edited July 2018
    Is everybody leasing? Would like to know if anybody is buying and what kind of price for advanced awd? Best i've seen in our area in 95747 is $1500 and that's like pulling teeth before you hit the finance guy and I'm not financing.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,017
    builder2 said:

    Is everybody leasing? Would like to know if anybody is buying and what kind of price for advanced awd? Best i've seen in our area in 95747 is $1500 and that's like pulling teeth before you hit the finance guy and I'm not financing.

    Not much discounting going on - first, it's too new and too popular, and second, all the discounts are on the outgoing 2018 models.

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  • maxwaynemaxwayne Posts: 10
    Question on Acura leasing in Houston-

    I came to know that leaseing in Texas is different in the way that we need to pay sales tax on the selling price of the vehicle. If someone has experiecne with leasing in Texas with trade-in, can you check if the below I calculations look ok. If you need, I can provide the source excel file.




    I made an excel based on the money factor and residual values for my zip code. Selling price is the assumed price for now.

    My doubts are around - upfront sales tax and upfront taxes on trade-in and other down payments. Are these calculated correctly.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,163
    maxwayne said:

    Question on Acura leasing in Houston-

    I came to know that leaseing in Texas is different in the way that we need to pay sales tax on the selling price of the vehicle. If someone has experiecne with leasing in Texas with trade-in, can you check if the below I calculations look ok. If you need, I can provide the source excel file.




    I made an excel based on the money factor and residual values for my zip code. Selling price is the assumed price for now.

    My doubts are around - upfront sales tax and upfront taxes on trade-in and other down payments. Are these calculated correctly.

    Your calculations are fine.

    I don't know if you get a trade-in credit on taxes, or not. Since TX taxes the full selling price, you might.
    Since TX taxes the full selling price, there will be no tax on CAP reduction. Either you are taxed on the full price, or you are taxed on selling price minus trade-in. (as noted, I'm not sure which).

    This lease looks cheap, until you account for $9000 upfront. That's $250/mo amortized over the lease period, making this lease over $500/mo. with $3145 due at signing. Not cheap!

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  • maxwaynemaxwayne Posts: 10
    Thanks mod for your inputs. I have updated the excel by removing the sales tax on Cap Reduction cell. I got some advice that its not wise to trade-in in a lease and better hold on to that cash in a bank.

    So, I have added a second set of calculations by adding a 2000 cash down payment and removing the trade-in. Does this calculation look ok now? Should i go for this lease if I were to negotiate the selling price with mentioned residual and money factor?

    And, should I get upfront sales tax added to gross cap cost while leasing? Thanks!


  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,017
    maxwayne said:

    Thanks mod for your inputs. I have updated the excel by removing the sales tax on Cap Reduction cell. I got some advice that its not wise to trade-in in a lease and better hold on to that cash in a bank.

    So, I have added a second set of calculations by adding a 2000 cash down payment and removing the trade-in. Does this calculation look ok now? Should i go for this lease if I were to negotiate the selling price with mentioned residual and money factor?

    And, should I get upfront sales tax added to gross cap cost while leasing? Thanks!


    I agree with the numbers from the right column, as well.

    Much better structure, in my mind. You might want to consider adding the taxes to the adjusted cap, as well.

    If the car is stolen or totaled during the lease, you won't get that up front tax money refunded to you.

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  • maxwaynemaxwayne Posts: 10
    Michaell said:



    I agree with the numbers from the right column, as well.

    Much better structure, in my mind. You might want to consider adding the taxes to the adjusted cap, as well.

    If the car is stolen or totaled during the lease, you won't get that up front tax money refunded to you.

    Thanks mod. I adjusted the numbers again. Added the upfront sales tax to the Gross Cap cost. Do you think this calculation is good for a Texas lease now for column E?

    And, do you think if its a good lease or should I look somewhere else? Will I be paying too much as compared to similar leases?





  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,017
    maxwayne said:

    Michaell said:



    I agree with the numbers from the right column, as well.

    Much better structure, in my mind. You might want to consider adding the taxes to the adjusted cap, as well.

    If the car is stolen or totaled during the lease, you won't get that up front tax money refunded to you.

    Thanks mod. I adjusted the numbers again. Added the upfront sales tax to the Gross Cap cost. Do you think this calculation is good for a Texas lease now for column E?

    And, do you think if its a good lease or should I look somewhere else? Will I be paying too much as compared to similar leases?


    Much better - but, why $2000?

    We'd suggest just paying the first payment and the registration costs at signing.

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  • maxwaynemaxwayne Posts: 10
    Michaell said:



    Much better - but, why $2000?

    We'd suggest just paying the first payment and the registration costs at signing.

    Two reasons - I think dealer may want some cash down payment. And, it will lower my monthly payment a bit.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,163
    maxwayne said:

    Michaell said:



    Much better - but, why $2000?

    We'd suggest just paying the first payment and the registration costs at signing.

    Two reasons - I think dealer may want some cash down payment. And, it will lower my monthly payment a bit.

    1) If your credit is good, it won't matter to the dealer
    2) Not really saving much money.. it will just make you feel better.

    Roll in the $2000 and this is a $620/mo. payment.

    That seems like a lot for a $42K MSRP vehicle (though TX taxes skews it upwards).

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  • maxwaynemaxwayne Posts: 10
    kyfdx said:



    1) If your credit is good, it won't matter to the dealer
    2) Not really saving much money.. it will just make you feel better.

    Roll in the $2000 and this is a $620/mo. payment.

    That seems like a lot for a $42K MSRP vehicle (though TX taxes skews it upwards).

    Hmm.. I see it now. It's turing out to be costlier than I imagined. Looks like trade-in is the only way I can afford the monthly payment. But, I guess that defeats the purpose. I will do some more research with other leases.

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,017
    maxwayne said:

    kyfdx said:



    1) If your credit is good, it won't matter to the dealer
    2) Not really saving much money.. it will just make you feel better.

    Roll in the $2000 and this is a $620/mo. payment.

    That seems like a lot for a $42K MSRP vehicle (though TX taxes skews it upwards).

    Hmm.. I see it now. It's turing out to be costlier than I imagined. Looks like trade-in is the only way I can afford the monthly payment. But, I guess that defeats the purpose. I will do some more research with other leases.

    If you can wait until the 2018 inventory is gone, then the deals on the 2019's should improve.

    At the moment, the first adopters are paying dearly to be the first on the block with the new RDX.

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  • maxwaynemaxwayne Posts: 10
    Michaell said:



    If you can wait until the 2018 inventory is gone, then the deals on the 2019's should improve.

    At the moment, the first adopters are paying dearly to be the first on the block with the new RDX.

    Thanks for the advice. Yea, that is logical.

  • sjkforeversjkforever Posts: 20
    looking for numbers for 12k miles and 36 months lease on 19 rdx awd tech package in NJ please . Thank you!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,017

    looking for numbers for 12k miles and 36 months lease on 19 rdx awd tech package in NJ please . Thank you!

    .00131 and 60%

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  • kronos19kronos19 Posts: 1
    Michaell, kyfdx, or anyone who's knowledgeable. Please let me know if the number I was quoted was correct. My zip code is 10469.

    2019 RDX Tech 36/10k
    MSRP: 43,495
    Price quoted: 42,895
    Tax:1788.84
    First month: $559
    Monthly Payment: $559.89/month


    They said if I pay $2348.73 (1788.84 tax + 559.89 1st month's payment), then my monthly payment will be $559.89/month
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,017
    kronos19 said:

    Michaell, kyfdx, or anyone who's knowledgeable. Please let me know if the number I was quoted was correct. My zip code is 10469.

    2019 RDX Tech 36/10k
    MSRP: 43,495
    Price quoted: 42,895
    Tax:1788.84
    First month: $559
    Monthly Payment: $559.89/month


    They said if I pay $2348.73 (1788.84 tax + 559.89 1st month's payment), then my monthly payment will be $559.89/month

    .00131 and 61%
    With your prices, I get $545.48/mo

    Close, but that's a big payment for a $43K SUV.

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  • zmater12345zmater12345 Posts: 107
    edited July 2018
    I agree witht he MODS....the 2019 dealers arent doing much on and program isnt good.

    I leased a 2018 RDX tech FWD about $41K MSRP in texas last month. Its probably the best deal anyone would get in the state. There were tax credits.

    36 month, 10K miles per year
    Zero cash down
    Zero due at signing, true sign and drive.; dealer made first months payment
    Full tax credits...only rolled in 1% L&M fee
    All rebates and fees ; in essence everything rolled into the adjusted cap cost and in the deal
    $360/month with 35 payments left when we walked out of the dealership



  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,017

    I agree witht he MODS....the 2019 dealers arent doing much on and program isnt good.

    I leased a 2018 RDX tech FWD about $41K MSRP in texas last month. Its probably the best deal anyone would get in the state. There were tax credits.

    36 month, 10K miles per year
    Zero cash down
    Zero due at signing, true sign and drive.; dealer made first months payment
    Full tax credits...only rolled in 1% L&M fee
    All rebates and fees ; in essence everything rolled into the adjusted cap cost and in the deal
    $360/month with 35 payments left when we walked out of the dealership

    Some people are looking for the greatest deal.

    Some people want the latest and greatest.

    I was at an Acura dealer today, they had a 2018 RDX parked next to a 2019 RDX.

    The 2019 looked miles better; not to suggest the 2018 isn't a good car - I think it is - but the 2019 represents the new direction for Acura styling and performance.

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  • sjkforeversjkforever Posts: 20
    hi! looking for 19 rdx numbers. STD/AWD/12k/36 months! also, i'm located in nj but i might get it in ny since they're quoting me better. what number would they sell me car with? NY or NJ?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,163

    hi! looking for 19 rdx numbers. STD/AWD/12k/36 months! also, i'm located in nj but i might get it in ny since they're quoting me better. what number would they sell me car with? NY or NJ?

    .00131 MF and 62% residual

    Shouldn't matter which state.

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  • any new august numbers for 2019 shawd advance 36/10k for chicago 60523? thanks.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,163

    any new august numbers for 2019 shawd advance 36/10k for chicago 60523? thanks.

    No change in numbers.. July programs run through August

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  • tallmasstallmass Posts: 40
    may I get rv/mf numbers for august for socal 36 months 15k miles, and any incentives. thank you
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,017
    tallmass said:

    may I get rv/mf numbers for august for socal 36 months 15k miles, and any incentives. thank you

    What trim level?

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  • jessica112jessica112 Posts: 25
    edited August 2018
    I went to the Acura dealer and test drove the A-Spec and Base RDX.
    The payments were above my expectations so I thought to my self when I got home if I do a 48 Month lease will my monthly payments be lower. I put $3000 down and my payment was $450 a month for the base.
    I forgot to ask the sales men if they do 48 Month leases but If they do

    What are the numbers for
    2019 Acura RDX Base FWD
    2019 Acura RDX A-Spec FWD

    I really need a car to go to work with and a Acura seems to fit me, I've seen a few new RDX and they seem very handsome.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,017

    I went to the Acura dealer and test drove the A-Spec and Base RDX.
    The payments were above my expectations so I thought to my self when I got home if I do a 48 Month lease will my monthly payments be lower. I put $3000 down and my payment was $450 a month for the base.
    I forgot to ask the sales men if they do 48 Month leases but If they do

    What are the numbers for
    2019 Acura RDX Base FWD
    2019 Acura RDX A-Spec FWD

    I really need a car to go to work with and a Acura seems to fit me, I've seen a few new RDX and they seem very handsome.

    48 month leases are not supported for Acura.

    36/10 numbers
    .00131 and 63% (base) or 61% (A-Spec)

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  • What’s the numbers for an A-Spec FWD, 36/12. Houston, TX
  • kywma11kywma11 Posts: 11
    Hello, could I have numbers for AWD Advance for standard and one pay lease, 12k/36. 40059. Thanks!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,163
    kywma11 said:

    Hello, could I have numbers for AWD Advance for standard and one pay lease, 12k/36. 40059. Thanks!

    .00131 MF and 60% residual

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,163
    kywma11 said:

    Hello, could I have numbers for AWD Advance for standard and one pay lease, 12k/36. 40059. Thanks!

    .00131 MF and 60% residual

    .00051 MF for one-pay

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  • Have updated figures for August been released?
    Looking at SH-AWD Advance, 7.5k/36 zip 06870
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,163

    Have updated figures for August been released?
    Looking at SH-AWD Advance, 7.5k/36 zip 06870

    The July programs continue through September 4th

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  • Hi could you please provide numbers for:
    2019 RDX; 36/10, A-Spec pckg, tech pckg Zip: 02472
    what the average % of MSRP discount being offered in my zip?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,017
    instapez said:

    Hi could you please provide numbers for:
    2019 RDX; 36/10, A-Spec pckg, tech pckg Zip: 02472
    what the average % of MSRP discount being offered in my zip?

    .00131 and 61%
    No pricing guidelines for Acura

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  • julio91julio91 Miami, FloridaPosts: 153
    May I have the MF and residual for 36, 39 months and 10,000, 12,000 miles a year? for 2019 Acura RDX Base, Tech Package, A-Spec for zip code 33018. Also, any incentives... Thank you!

    @kyfdx
    @Michaell
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,163
    julio91 said:

    May I have the MF and residual for 36, 39 months and 10,000, 12,000 miles a year? for 2019 Acura RDX Base, Tech Package, A-Spec for zip code 33018. Also, any incentives... Thank you!

    @kyfdx
    @Michaell

    .00131 MF
    61%/60% residual for 36 months

    39 month term not supported
    No incentives

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