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Old 06-09-2019, 03:44 PM
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Guess they have no more 19 AWD ...sigh
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Old 06-10-2019, 11:28 AM
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Originally Posted by lmbebo View Post
Just quoted $48k out the door pricing on a 2020 RDX ASPEX AWD as "best they can do" ... Only dealership in town. Was looking at a 19 (none in the area). Next closest dealership is 80 miles away and unwilling to talk unless I show up in person.

Far too much it feels like.
See what they will do if you ORDER one spec'ed out exactly as you want. They have 2020s "ordered" for stock that haven't been built yet so they can easily "pull" an order, reconfigure it to your specs and re-insert it in line. I did this on my wife's 2014 MDX when they couldn't find the combination colors/packages she wanted. Sold it to us at invoice less incentives, etc and she took delivery 3 weeks later. Did the same thing years prior on my ex wife's Ford Explorer.

They should be far more flexible on price with a vehicle they don't even have yet and have one sold before they even get it.

To be fair these were large dealers with multiple locations but I'd think the process is the same.
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Old 06-10-2019, 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by William Liskowitz View Post
Okay, then my $42000 driveout is about $700 higher than your deal because I do not qualify for loyalty and my majestic black vehicle is $400 higher.
Mine was majestic black too.

Don't forget the wheel locks ($53) and all weather floor mats ($120) were included.
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Old 06-10-2019, 11:35 AM
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Originally Posted by lmbebo View Post
Guess they have no more 19 AWD ...sigh
Looks like there's over 3300 in the country


https://www.cars.com/for-sale/search...lVehicles=true
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Old 06-11-2019, 09:43 PM
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good deal in NJ?

ADVANCED RDX out the door price $48450 in NJ, all inclusive, tax registration and dealer fees included, 3 accessories included, all weather mats, trunk rubber folding mat and mud guards. no financing, cash deal. Did not qualify for any Acura rebates, could have financed to get $750 off the price through Acura financing but rate was 4.2 so I preferred getting 1.99 rate from my local credit union and pay cash for the car... financed 36 months independently

Shopped around 15 dealers in the area on internet, narrowed price to 3 best deals and had them fight over my business, finally got 48500 from one dealer but his high pressure sales tactics turned me off, walked out of the dealership, on the way home approached the dealer closest to my house that said no already to match the price via internet sales department, walked into the dealership, asked for general sales manager which was available, I showed him the quote from the high sales pressure dealership and he beat their price by $50 out the door, so total 48450.00 all inclusive.

4 vehicles to choose from, will make the choice tomorrow and put in the deposit, because he beat the lowest offer by only $50 I think there is not much more room to go down and the 1 month search was truly exhausting.

I drove to another dealership tonight after this deal was put in writing to see if they could beat it, they said at that price they would be $2200 in the red so no way.

Good dealership feeling, got the price to this level in 15 minutes, no pressure to buy immediately, planning to close the deal by the end of the week,

I hope this is a good deal, had to buy the vehicle, my 2003 Accord with 250K miles on it got hit by a deer last week going 75 mph on major highway, extensive damage, drive-able but won't pass inspection without 1K in repairs, and 5K in repairs to do it right, not worth it, I hope I will drive my acura that long
Opted out against CRV due to engine oil gas dilution issue, or I would of got CRV, too scared of headaches and potential problems, Acura, here I come to luxury segment
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Old 06-12-2019, 07:06 AM
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Originally Posted by mike232232 View Post
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I hope this is a good deal, had to buy the vehicle, my 2003 Accord with 250K miles on it got hit by a deer last week going 75 mph on major highway, extensive damage, drive-able but won't pass inspection without 1K in repairs, and 5K in repairs to do it right, not worth it, I hope I will drive my acura that long
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I can't comment on your deal, since all the comparable details were left out. I will, however, comment on the deer that apparently roam NJ. How do you know how fast it was going? That said, the fastest cheetah was recorded at only 61 mph. Are all your dear this fast?
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Old 06-12-2019, 01:09 PM
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Originally Posted by mike232232 View Post
ADVANCED RDX out the door price $48450 in NJ, all inclusive, tax registration and dealer fees included, 3 accessories included, all weather mats, trunk rubber folding mat and mud guards. no financing, cash deal. Did not qualify for any Acura rebates, could have financed to get $750 off the price through Acura financing but rate was 4.2 so I preferred getting 1.99 rate from my local credit union and pay cash for the car... financed 36 months independently

Shopped around 15 dealers in the area on internet, narrowed price to 3 best deals and had them fight over my business, finally got 48500 from one dealer but his high pressure sales tactics turned me off, walked out of the dealership, on the way home approached the dealer closest to my house that said no already to match the price via internet sales department, walked into the dealership, asked for general sales manager which was available, I showed him the quote from the high sales pressure dealership and he beat their price by $50 out the door, so total 48450.00 all inclusive.

4 vehicles to choose from, will make the choice tomorrow and put in the deposit, because he beat the lowest offer by only $50 I think there is not much more room to go down and the 1 month search was truly exhausting.

I drove to another dealership tonight after this deal was put in writing to see if they could beat it, they said at that price they would be $2200 in the red so no way.

Good dealership feeling, got the price to this level in 15 minutes, no pressure to buy immediately, planning to close the deal by the end of the week,

I hope this is a good deal, had to buy the vehicle, my 2003 Accord with 250K miles on it got hit by a deer last week going 75 mph on major highway, extensive damage, drive-able but won't pass inspection without 1K in repairs, and 5K in repairs to do it right, not worth it, I hope I will drive my acura that long
Opted out against CRV due to engine oil gas dilution issue, or I would of got CRV, too scared of headaches and potential problems, Acura, here I come to luxury segment
Mike,

What are taxes and tags/registration in Jersey?
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Old 06-13-2019, 07:29 PM
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Originally Posted by IM542 View Post
Mike,

What are taxes and tags/registration in Jersey?
Taxes are 6.25% in NJ, and registration was $120 for me, but mine was transfer for plates.

My used RDX 2019 advance black on black with 12k miles was 45k OTD in NJ, so this guy did well. My car did have the running boards, all weather mats, cargo mat, and remote start installed though. These options alone would've been an extra $1600 to the MSRP.
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Old 06-13-2019, 07:29 PM
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Originally Posted by IM542 View Post
Mike,

What are taxes and tags/registration in Jersey?
Not sure if he had AWD in that price though.
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Old 06-15-2019, 04:28 PM
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Originally Posted by mathnerd88 View Post
Taxes are 6.25% in NJ, and registration was $120 for me, but mine was transfer for plates.

My used RDX 2019 advance black on black with 12k miles was 45k OTD in NJ, so this guy did well. My car did have the running boards, all weather mats, cargo mat, and remote start installed though. These options alone would've been an extra $1600 to the MSRP.
Ok good so pretty comparable to PA (6%)

He did get a good price
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Old 06-15-2019, 04:43 PM
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Originally Posted by IM542 View Post
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He did get a good price
We may never know. He showed OTD price. Way to many possible variables to actually determine that.

Was there a trade? It could have a huge impact on OTD price. Not to mention any dealer profit add-ons like nitrogen, wheel protection package, etc...
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Originally Posted by William Liskowitz View Post
I received an offer on a 2020 black RDX with tech msrp $42,195, sales price $39000 + tax tag title. Driveout $42,000.

We were told we do not qualify for conquest as we have a BMW 760 and a Volvo XC90? Is this fair for a 2020 RDX Tech?

As an aside, my bmw dealer offered us a new 2019 X3 $48,995 msrp for $38,850+ tax. Driveout $41,850. Less than RDX even though BMW X3 is $7000 higher msrp. This X3 would be a great deal.

But unfortunately vehicle is for teenage son and my wife refuses to let me buy him a BMW for his first car.


so, I feel like deal on RDX is not terrific but not sure I can do much better on a 2020 RDX. Anybody buying a 2020 now?
Your wife is 100% correct and I am shocked that you would even consider a BMW for a teenager as well as an RDX for that matter. Your money but this is just crazy!
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I leased a white A-Spec RDX SH-AWD with 7500 miles per year (in addition to 15k rolled over from prior lease) with $6900 down and 420/mo x 35 mo. Got it in May. They threw in black chrome emblems for this price. Iím a Maryland resident so you have to pay sales tax on the full purchase price of the vehicle, which was included in the 6900 down.
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