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Old 11-29-2018, 04:59 PM
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2019 RDX Prices in CANADA

I know there is already price thread, but mostly prices there are for USA market. In Canadian market RDX has slightly different trims/packages and very different pricing. So I am starting this thread hoping that other users will post here how much they were able to negotiate of their 2019 Acura RDX here in Canada.
I was ready to buy Black 2019 RDX with Tech package this week, but after reading in this forum about so many problems, I decided to wait for a few months untill manufacturing/QA "bugs" are addressed. At the same time if I would see very good deal, I would take a risk and buy it.
So here is my calculations:

MSRP (Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price)
Base: 46,490 CA$
Options (black color): 500$
Mandatory fees: 2185 CA$ ( Freight 2045, Air Condition Tax: 100, Tire tax: 30, Regulatory Fee: 10)
Sales tax (Ontario, 13%): 6393 CA$
Cash Incentives after tax by Acura Canada: -1000CA$
On the Road (OTR): 54,568CA$

Dealers invoice as reported by unhaggle:
Base: 42,771 CA$
Options (black color): 350$
Mandatory fees: 2185 CA$
Sales tax (Ontario, 13%): 5890 CA$
Cash Incentives after tax by Acura Canada: -1000CA$
On the Road (OTR): 50,196 CA$

Note - Cash incentives by Acura Canada are provided just if you pay cash. If you finance or lease, there is no incentives in November 2018.

So OTR price should be between 50,196 CA$ and 54,568 CA$

In Toronto area I was offered:
Dealer 1: 52,760$
Dealer 2: 53,200$

As this point I stopped shopping.

So if you bought recently RDX or got a quote, please share it here. Please include provice and sales tax % as it is different between provinces.

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On the same boat, been following the price/offers accepted thread since AUGUST but in the market for the plat elite in gunmetal in BC. ​​Test drove the car several times and shopped at few local dealers. Best price I could get is 1500 off MSRP and no doc fees. We have a luxury car tax here for everything over 55k (iirc) so I'm paying 15% tax on top. This was in October and I've stopped shopping since. I'm demotivated by the lack of discounts in Canada when our US counterparts are getting 3k off waiting to see if better deals could be had come December.

My lease is up next March and will likely be leasing the RDX given the problems reported here. The MF sucks though and with 0 down, the monthly payments are on par with the x3. Might end up getting that instead if Acura isn't moving on MSRP.


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Check the "Prices Paid" thread. There are some Canadian sales on there.

I asked for and got Invoice + 2% without much difficulty at two Toronto Acura dealerships, but I was dealing with a trade-in, which may have clouded the issue. I couldn't get a decent trade-in value from the dealer around the corner, so I ended up buying from one 30 minutes away. PM if you would like any more details.
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For reference I am adding Canadian prices I found that were posted in "Prices Paid" thread:

2018-07-26: Just finalized a deal last night in Toronto, Ontario. Platinum Elite with pearl paint, $55,490 MSRP, with $4,407 discount plus Customer Cash Rebate of $1,000. Link
2018-10-11: We are picking up our majestic platinum elite on espresso interior today. OTD price is $60,500, roughly 7% off msrp. We are up here in western Canada. Link

On other websites I found:

2018-09-29: I just bought a 2019 Lunar Silver RDX with Tech Package in Vancouver for my sister and got $1,770 off MSRP with no other extra documentation fees or any other dealer fees. There was also an additional $1,000 after tax Acura incentive so the final cash on the road price was $51,500.
Another user replied: This is a pretty good number too, I was able to get a bit better than this (in Toronto) with the Black colour (+500 MSRP) on the road pricing. It seems that you just have to know what you want and ask, some dealers are willing to entertain offers and those who don't....well...I guess they don't want MY business, which you have to earn.
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Vidma, sometimes the price is reflective of how "hungry" the dealer is for a sale. The manufactures price does not vary too much for what the Dealers pay, so it amounts to how much profit the dealer wants. I would shop as many dealers as you can in your area. If you are not leasing consider financing from the Bank and therefore you get the cash incentive which I got on my deal. I was also offered a generous Trade In Value on my 2015 Honda CRV with low mileage.

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You shouldn't have too much trouble getting very close to Unhaggle's price.

Go in ready to buy, knowing exactly what what model and add-ons you want and be firm about the price you want to pay. Be ready to walk away and come back next week. If the salesman doesn't bring out the manager to talk to you at least three times, you didn't get the best deal.

Unhaggle reports the dealer invoice for all trims to be approximately $4000 off, but in actuality it's $4500. No matter what you negotiate, the dealership is making a minimum $500 above the unhaggle price, and they are getting at least another $1000 if you're leasing/financing.
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Originally Posted by Tanzeeb View Post
You shouldn't have too much trouble getting very close to Unhaggle's price.

Go in ready to buy, knowing exactly what what model and add-ons you want and be firm about the price you want to pay. Be ready to walk away and come back next week. If the salesman doesn't bring out the manager to talk to you at least three times, you didn't get the best deal.

Unhaggle reports the dealer invoice for all trims to be approximately $4000 off, but in actuality it's $4500. No matter what you negotiate, the dealership is making a minimum $500 above the unhaggle price, and they are getting at least another $1000 if you're leasing/financing.
When you say the "Unhaggle price" do you mean 3-4% above invoice? Looks like in my neck of the woods people are paying around 7% so far (early days of course). Curious about the Vancouver folks who are buying and which dealer they're finding success with.
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When you say the "Unhaggle price" do you mean 3-4% above invoice? Looks like in my neck of the woods people are paying around 7% so far (early days of course). Curious about the Vancouver folks who are buying and which dealer they're finding success with.
No, I mean the invoice price given by Unhaggle. It's $500 above the true invoice price. The key thing to remember is that the dealer will make money on any discount less than $4500.

You'll have to negotiate hard to come anywhere close to that number -- the first offer I got was $2000 *above* MSRP. Be ready to buy that day, do your research on options/colours/accessories ahead of time, promise to give them perfect ratings in the post-sales surveys, be prepared to walk away if you don't get the number you want.

If you make it easy for them, they'd be stupid not to sell to you.
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Has anyone else finalized a deal in Toronto area recently? Just curious as to what you got? I am wanting to pull the trigger but I need some info before heading into the shark tank

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I'm interested in Vancouver pricing as I'll be buying in the next few months - looking at an A-Spec and will be asking the dealer to swap out the tires for Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+ as part of the deal. Would appreciate any intel on that front.
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cekash - as a new user, you need to delete Private Messages after you have read them - or you can't receive any more. (You might even have to delete items from your Sent box - not sure...)
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