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Old 07-22-2018, 09:19 AM
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We just picked up a new 2018 RDX AWD w/ Tech for $6600 of MSRP. Too good of a deal to pass up, and love the V6. Fathom Blue Pearl FTW.
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Old 07-25-2018, 02:23 PM
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Originally Posted by tl_otay View Post
We just picked up a new 2018 RDX AWD w/ Tech for $6600 of MSRP. Too good of a deal to pass up, and love the V6. Fathom Blue Pearl FTW.
Congratulations! Enjoy your new wheels!
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Old 07-26-2018, 06:39 PM
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Went to a dealership today in VA and they offered me a $2k discount. It wasn't till I got home that I noticed the paperwork was $2k off "Market Value Price" not MSRP. Market value price was $1500 above MSRP so essentially they offered 500$ off. Is everyone sure they are getting their discounts off MSRP? Not sure how I see posts of people getting 2-4k off MSRP. Guess I need to call some more dealerships... Anyone got any tips on how to negotiate because I obviously fail.

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Old 07-26-2018, 07:34 PM
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Originally Posted by cgprelude View Post
Went to a dealership today in VA and they offered me a $2k discount. It wasn't till I got home that I noticed the paperwork was $2k off "Market Value Price" not MSRP. Market value price was $1500 above MSRP so essentially they offered 500$ off. Is everyone sure they are getting their discounts off MSRP? Not sure how I see posts of people getting 2-4k off MSRP. Guess I need to call some more dealerships... Anyone got any tips on how to negotiate because I obviously fail.
When purchasing my wife’s RDX we used the web car buying sites as a starting point before we approached a local dealer. Depending on your location and the dealerships in your area this may help.

Try searching True car and Car Jo Jo. After finding what the prices are in your zip code try contacting the internet sales guy at a a local dealer. Good luck.
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Old 09-05-2018, 03:58 PM
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I'm new here, been reading for months and finally going to lease the RDX A-Spec. The quote I got is 630 a month, Sign and drive, no money down. Yesterday it was 618.

Is this a good deal?
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Old 09-07-2018, 08:14 PM
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The RDX is my wife's car. I have a Macan GTS. I drive the RDX at every possible chance because it's a great car. My Macan is more performance oriented and essentially a hot hatch but the RDX is such a better overall car. As far as tech, the Macan is 2 years old and doesn't have near the tech of the RDX at twice the price. If you read over at the Macan forums, we complain about the auto climate control is either dumb or on something. Appreciate the RDX. It's a good car.
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Old 09-10-2018, 05:14 PM
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Originally Posted by mstnggt66 View Post
The RDX is my wife's car. I have a Macan GTS. I drive the RDX at every possible chance because it's a great car. My Macan is more performance oriented and essentially a hot hatch but the RDX is such a better overall car. As far as tech, the Macan is 2 years old and doesn't have near the tech of the RDX at twice the price. If you read over at the Macan forums, we complain about the auto climate control is either dumb or on something. Appreciate the RDX. It's a good car.
I almost bought a Macan but ended up getting the RDX as the value proposition was the best. Way cheaper and lots more tech....better performance than then Macan base. Lower maintenance cost as well.
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Old 09-14-2018, 06:45 AM
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Originally Posted by T-BasZ View Post
I'm new here, been reading for months and finally going to lease the RDX A-Spec. The quote I got is 630 a month, Sign and drive, no money down. Yesterday it was 618.

Is this a good deal?
To me this is a bad deal. A good deal would be around 1% of MSRP/mth with 1st payment at signing. The new model just came out so there won't be deals for a while. Check next year and it will be a different story. All the gotta have it before everyone else does are buying now. Acura will take advantage of this while they can (as any company would do).... I recommend looking at the Mazda CX9 if you want a great deal.
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Old 09-14-2018, 04:10 PM
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Just received an offer with $3900 discount off MSRP on a AWD Advance from a Dallas area dealer; out the door price is $47750 including TT&L and other fees. There is no trade in or accessories included. They don't have AWD Advance with the color combination I was looking for, so this is for a factory order.
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I have to decide in July 2019 whether to buy out the lease on my '17 RDX Adv or get something else. The '17 has been the most reliable vehicle that I have had. It gets 30+ mpg highway and has a very smooth engine and transmission. I might get a '20 , but not a '19. Too many growing pains with a new model. I was a ' beta tester ' on the new '14 RLX and regretted every minute I had it. I believe that there is a way to extend the lease to bridge the time between model years.
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