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Old 06-21-2018, 01:53 AM
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Any other data points on prices paid? Including any free accessories or trade in information? Thanks!
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Old 06-22-2018, 08:51 AM
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SH-AWD Advanced (Majestic Black Pearl)
$6800 down (included equity from selling my MDX to Vroom)
$1000 Acura loyalty bonus
12,000 miles
$567 per month.
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SH-AWD Advanced (Majestic Black Pearl)
$6800 down (included equity from selling my MDX to Vroom)
$1000 Acura loyalty bonus
12,000 miles
$567 per month.
Is this a lease? If so, how many years?
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SH-AWD Advanced (Canyon Bronze)
$1,000 loyalty discount for financing with them. Zero down.
No trade.
All weather floor mats for free.
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    Originally Posted by lsher View Post
    Is this a lease? If so, how many years?
    Yes, 3 years.
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    SH-AWD A-Spec (Apex Blue)
    I got 950.00 off MSRP, plus the 1000 Loyalty Cash. The accessories I chose they also gave a fairly large discount, about 20%
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    RDX 19 price paid

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    Do you mind sharing what you got for your trade-in? I also have a ‘17 RDX Advance (Fathom Blue Pearl) with a little over 20K on the odometer. I plan to pay it off in a few months and then spring for a ‘19.
    hi, i bought my 2019 sh-awd white on 6/1. Msrp was 40,295. Got discount of $295. Also 1k loyalty. Traid-in RDX17' tech, 14000 miles. 1 accident on carfax for 27K. In NYC.
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    Just put the order in for A-Spec Black / Black yesterday. Apparently not a common color combination people want for A-Spec and won't be build till late July.
    $1000 off MSRP + $1000 off loyalty discount
    All season mat, trunk tray, cargo cover, wheel locks, 2 year / 25k oil change for free. paying extra $480 to get the trailer hitch installed
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    Old 06-24-2018, 11:16 AM
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    Originally Posted by hybridiso View Post
    Just put the order in for A-Spec Black / Black yesterday. Apparently not a common color combination people want for A-Spec and won't be build till late July.
    $1000 off MSRP + $1000 off loyalty discount
    All season mat, trunk tray, cargo cover, wheel locks, 2 year / 25k oil change for free. paying extra $480 to get the trailer hitch installed
    Thank you for sharing. Did you receive the loyalty discount because of recent Acura ownership, because you are financing with Acura, or did the dealer just throw it in? I have seen in a few posts where it looks like the dealer offered the loyalty discount just to close the deal.
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    Old 06-24-2018, 11:27 AM
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    Originally Posted by DWG View Post
    Thank you for sharing. Did you receive the loyalty discount because of recent Acura ownership, because you are financing with Acura, or did the dealer just throw it in? I have seen in a few posts where it looks like the dealer offered the loyalty discount just to close the deal.
    We already owned another Acura.
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    Have you been able to tell if the hitch interferes with the operability of the "foot kick" rear hatch opener?
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    Originally Posted by hybridiso View Post
    Just put the order in for A-Spec Black / Black yesterday. Apparently not a common color combination people want for A-Spec and won't be build till late July.
    $1000 off MSRP + $1000 off loyalty discount
    All season mat, trunk tray, cargo cover, wheel locks, 2 year / 25k oil change for free. paying extra $480 to get the trailer hitch installed
    I can assure you that the Black/Black A-Spec is really good looking. I saw one in person for an extended length period of time. I kept trying to talk myself into into it but I really want the Advance model. Of course I prefer the Advance feature with the A-Spec look. You will not regret the look on that combination.
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    Yeah I am really struggling on this one! Love the look of the Black/Black ASpec (and even the Metallic Silver which looks sharp with the black trim and wheels) and cant decide whether I want to give up on the additional Advanced features (not too concerned about the price difference)...
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    Originally Posted by GaHokie View Post
    Have you been able to tell if the hitch interferes with the operability of the "foot kick" rear hatch opener?
    I don’t believe the ASpec has the kick opener for the hatch but they sell a trim piece to cover part of the fascia for hitch equipped ASpecs. Unsure if it is really needed and would be interested in seeing what the hitch looks like on the ASpec.
    Honda sells a sensor repositioning kit for their Touring CRV with the “foot kick” hatch.
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    Originally Posted by nuke View Post

    I don’t believe the ASpec has the kick opener for the hatch but they sell a trim piece to cover part of the fascia for hitch equipped ASpecs. Unsure if it is really needed and would be interested in seeing what the hitch looks like on the ASpec.
    Honda sells a sensor repositioning kit for their Touring CRV with the “foot kick” hatch.
    Right, ASpec does not have the kick opener.

    If you can wait until August, ill post a picture for the hitch on the ASpec haha.
    I found the attached picture in the accessory installation manual. It looks like that's what the bumper will look like when the hitch is installed on the ASpec
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    A photo would be appreciated, I will wait at least until late October. Would be looking at an ASpec with hitch and wiring.
    The Canadian site lists a trailer hitch garnish cover for $157.40 Canadian for the ASpec. This looks different from the cover panel and much smaller. Really wonder what would warrant such an expensive piece of plastic and am assuming this is likely not needed.
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    Originally Posted by WPJoe View Post
    Yeah I am really struggling on this one! Love the look of the Black/Black ASpec (and even the Metallic Silver which looks sharp with the black trim and wheels) and cant decide whether I want to give up on the additional Advanced features (not too concerned about the price difference)...
    I bought the a spec modern steel with the red interior. The black trim with that gray color, and the fact that the wheels exactly match the paint color, make that color combination exceptional, in my mind. There are so many black SUVs out there, I wanted something that would really stand out
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    Originally Posted by Stew4HD View Post
    I was told it would take a couple of weeks before mine comes in. I looked at another model that has expresso so that I could see the contrasts with the real wood and black dash top.. I love it!
    Do you some interior pics of your new wheels yet? Would love to see how the Expresso looks in the Advance (with the piping). Thanks!
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    Originally Posted by GaHokie View Post
    Have you been able to tell if the hitch interferes with the operability of the "foot kick" rear hatch opener?
    yes it does. The hitch install instructions specify that another, smaller kick sensor is required for the hitch install and it is located left of center after the hitch is installed. This means more $$ for those going aftermarket, as etrailer won’t provide a sensor. I want 2-inch receiver, so definitely going aftermarket. Alternatively we could probably just take out the center kick sensor and go without if that feature is not important to you.
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    Originally Posted by mattski View Post

    yes it does. The hitch install instructions specify that another, smaller kick sensor is required for the hitch install and it is located left of center after the hitch is installed. This means more $$ for those going aftermarket, as etrailer won’t provide a sensor. I want 2-inch receiver, so definitely going aftermarket. Alternatively we could probably just take out the center kick sensor and go without if that feature is not important to you.
    A class 3 hitch? I hope that’s for a bike rack.
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    My bike rack requires a 2" receiver and a class 2 hitch.
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    Originally Posted by WPJoe View Post
    My bike rack requires a 2" receiver and a class 2 hitch.
    i thought a 2” put you in class 3 but regardless I’m glad you aren’t thinking about towing 5000 lbs!

    There are bike racks - mine is by Thule I think - that are convertible between 1-1/4” and 2” receivers if getting a dealer hitch is important. We use it on our Jeep and just realized it will work in the RDX as well.
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    Got back from the dealer after test driving a '19 Advance AWD. His initial 'offer' was MSRP for the new vehicle and ~$4K less than KBB trade-in value for my trade.

    We have a ways to go before I'll be driving one, or a long wait for demand to subside.
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    Yep. A long wait before the usual discount and subdued dealer attitude according to this article

    Acura's new RDX closing in on sales records - Business - The Columbus Dispatch - Columbus, OH
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    Originally Posted by acuraada View Post
    Yep. A long wait before the usual discount and subdued dealer attitude according to this article

    Acura's new RDX closing in on sales records - Business - The Columbus Dispatch - Columbus, OH
    Interesting article. I really like the following quote: "Honda said the response in the market is encouraging as the RDX’s styling language and features will percolate throughout Acura’s lineup in the years to come."

    I hope a new TLX comes out next year with the features offered on the new RDX. That car I would definitely buy.
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    A class 3 hitch? I hope that’s for a bike rack.
    yes, i won't actually be doing any towing, but only the 2" receivers can handle bike racks that accommodate 3-4 bikes
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    i thought a 2” put you in class 3 but regardless I’m glad you aren’t thinking about towing 5000 lbs!

    There are bike racks - mine is by Thule I think - that are convertible between 1-1/4” and 2” receivers if getting a dealer hitch is important. We use it on our Jeep and just realized it will work in the RDX as well.
    I have looked into the the factory install (my preference) but don't want to add the 1.25 to 2" adapter. The issue with the adapters is that 1) they add length to the overall rack, which means more force applied or tongue weight used and 2) they add more wobble or shimmy to the overall system
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    Originally Posted by mattski View Post
    I have looked into the the factory install (my preference) but don't want to add the 1.25 to 2" adapter. The issue with the adapters is that 1) they add length to the overall rack, which means more force applied or tongue weight used and 2) they add more wobble or shimmy to the overall system
    i agree. I looked at mine and I have a Yakima Full Tilt that holds four bikes and converts between hitch sizes without an extension. Maybe you have a tray-style rack. I give the Full Tilt two thumbs up but I’ve only tried 3 bikes not four.
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    Drive an X3 and Q5 and snag the available discount of $5-6,000. The X3 is really a fine machine. The RDX hype has worn out.
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    Originally Posted by idgystinks View Post
    Drive an X3 and Q5 and snag the available discount of $5-6,000. The X3 is really a fine machine. The RDX hype has worn out.
    The X3 is a wonderful vehicle, especially above $50K.
    This forum, however, is for people interested in the RDX so, disparaging the RDX is not especially wanted by the masses.
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    Drive an X3 and Q5 and snag the available discount of $5-6,000. The X3 is really a fine machine. The RDX hype has worn out.
    No sense wasting any more posts on this site.
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    Originally Posted by Outfitter View Post
    No sense wasting any more posts on this site.
    Howdy, well, since you live in my general area...Texas, I like reading what You have to say, so I do hope you don’t let naysayers discourage you from continuing to participate. I just disregard their posts. There are all kinds on this forum...some true seekers of knowledge and some great contributors who post things worthy of considering...then there are the others...

    The information gained from those who truly contribute, I find as worth while. Hope you decide to continue to participate.
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    Originally Posted by TxLady View Post
    Howdy, well, since you live in my general area...Texas, I like reading what You have to say, so I do hope you don’t let naysayers discourage you from continuing to participate. I just disregard their posts. There are all kinds on this forum...some true seekers of knowledge and some great contributors who post things worthy of considering...then there are the others...

    The information gained from those who truly contribute, I find as worth while. Hope you decide to continue to participate.
    Dont worry, I'm hanging around as I absolutely love the new RDX.
    I was pointing the "no need to post on this site" to the negative person I quoted.
    Poor taste to dis repeatedly on a forum dedicated to enthusiasts of the new RDX.
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    Originally Posted by idgystinks View Post
    Drive an X3 and Q5 and snag the available discount of $5-6,000. The X3 is really a fine machine. The RDX hype has worn out.
    Given the difficulty of getting discounts on the RDX, the hype has not worn out just yet. Everyone loves a deal, which makes the X3 and Q5 more attractive, but for the same features as the Acura you are likely going to have to pay more. And there is the question of whether you want to drive a BMW or Audi, and I would prefer not to.
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    Originally Posted by idgystinks View Post
    Drive an X3 and Q5 and snag the available discount of $5-6,000. The X3 is really a fine machine. The RDX hype has worn out.
    It also depends on how long you keep a vehicle. We tend to keep ours for 10+ yrs.; therefore, long term repair costs must be factored into our decision. Ran across this article which is very telling with regards to long term costs...please note: the costs indicated after the three year Mark are per year expenses.

    https://www.consumerreports.org/car-...car-ownership/
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    yes, i won't actually be doing any towing, but only the 2" receivers can handle bike racks that accommodate 3-4 bikes
    I have the Saris Thelma 3-bikes rack. Ridiculously easy and fast to load/unload the bikes. It fits on 1-1/4" receiver ( or 2" with supplied adapter). Unfortunately they don't make a 4-bikes model.
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    Originally Posted by TxLady View Post
    It also depends on how long you keep a vehicle. We tend to keep ours for 10+ yrs.; therefore, long term repair costs must be factored into our decision. Ran across this article which is very telling with regards to long term costs...please note: the costs indicated after the three year Mark are per year expenses.

    https://www.consumerreports.org/car-...car-ownership/
    Yep, German name plates tend to get expensive as the years go by.
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    I live in Canada so things may be different but yea couldn't get any discount. I was only able to get a decent trade in value for my 2007 RDX and free protection package and that's it....
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    Q5, X3, GLC, RDX..... all good choices. There is no need to bash one vs another. If want to drive a Q5 and got the money for it, kudos to you. No need to bash others to justify your decisions or convince others. Let go your own insecurity and be confident in whatever you decide
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    Finally had an opportunity to take a test drive. Salesman said they are not budging from MSRP as others have reported. He said the best they can do is throw in some dealer options, floor mats, etc... (about a "$900" value...more like a fifth of that, I'm sure). He said not to anticipate any dealer price negotiating until almost the next model year is out. I don't quite believe that, but I am also not in any hurry to purchase if true. I can wait until prices come down a bit...or until I find something else just as agreeable.
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