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Old 06-29-2019, 01:33 PM
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Good luck with your shopping! If you buy, hope you'll share the details.

They have a few 2019's left and I've been quote 9% off msrp on a 2019. I'm trying to hold out for the same on a 2020, but suspect it will be hard to get.
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Old 06-30-2019, 08:13 AM
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First post, so I am not sure if any of you will take me seriously, but we just negotiated my wife's 2019 RDX Advanced non-SH for the price of $41,475 before tax, tag, title or any docs and no trade-in. Grand total came out to $45,319 at 7% tax, $699 doc fees and $250 registration transfer. Just trying to get some data points out there for y'all.
I believe it -- just picked up a black 2019 RDX SH-AWD Advance yesterday with MSRP $48,795 including destination. It was the last 2019 on the lot. $4000 discount + $1500 rebate (loyalty + recent graduate), also got the roof rails + crossbar + bike attachment for $500 (approx. $1250 value). They also bought out my non-Acura lease residual + 2 remaining payments + approximately $1000 equity. AHFC did stiff us on the interest rate at 5.89% even with 800+ credit. So that might get refinanced later. You can see some of the details in the attached snip.
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Old 06-30-2019, 08:24 AM
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Originally Posted by jbasirico View Post
I believe it -- just picked up a black 2019 RDX SH-AWD Advance yesterday with MSRP $48,795 including destination. It was the last 2019 on the lot. $4000 discount + $1500 rebate (loyalty + recent graduate), also got the roof rails + crossbar + bike attachment for $500 (approx. $1250 value). They also bought out my non-Acura lease residual + 2 remaining payments + approximately $1000 equity. AHFC did stiff us on the interest rate at 5.89% even with 800+ credit. So that might get refinanced later. You can see some of the details in the attached snip.
With that interest rate, it would make sense they give you a ‘lower deal.’ They’re making up for it.
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Old 06-30-2019, 08:32 AM
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Originally Posted by jbasirico View Post
AHFC did stiff us on the interest rate at 5.89% even with 800+ credit. So that might get refinanced later. You can see some of the details in the attached snip.
Just wait 90-days and then refinance down to 2.5-3% and you're good to go!
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2019 rdx advance sh-awd

Got a brand new 2019 sh-awd advance rdx with splash guards, wheel locks and rubber mats . No trade in. Price was 42,900 + a doc fee of $600 (!!) for a total of 43,500. I had a loyalty rebate of $1,000 so my cost was $42,500. That includes a discount of $750 for using Acura’s financing.

Tax, title and tags are additional but since they vary state to state it doesn’t make sense to include here.


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Old 06-30-2019, 02:16 PM
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Thought I had a deal worked out on a 2019 FWD A-Spec...we agreed in email to $4049 of MSRP of $44,995....9% off. Had trade all washed and ready to go, but asked for real number on a purchase order to lay everything out before driving across town. All the sudden, it's got to be leased for this discount. I'm not interested in a lease. The "internet sales manger" seemed to only want to talk on the phone and best should could offer was 5% off and today being the end of month, offer was good for today only.

I decided to pass on the 5% off a 2019..seems I could get this on a 2020 from a dealer with no 2019's left.
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Old 06-30-2019, 02:40 PM
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Originally Posted by geek755 View Post
Thought I had a deal worked out on a 2019 FWD A-Spec...we agreed in email to $4049 of MSRP of $44,995....9% off. Had trade all washed and ready to go, but asked for real number on a purchase order to lay everything out before driving across town. All the sudden, it's got to be leased for this discount. I'm not interested in a lease. The "internet sales manger" seemed to only want to talk on the phone and best should could offer was 5% off and today being the end of month, offer was good for today only.

I decided to pass on the 5% off a 2019..seems I could get this on a 2020 from a dealer with no 2019's left.
Yeah the dealer near me had an add for about $9000 off MSRP across the 2019 RDX range but was only for leases. I was not the only one in the office who didn't catch that fine print.
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Old 07-01-2019, 02:25 AM
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Yeah the dealer near me had an add for about $9000 off MSRP across the 2019 RDX range but was only for leases. I was not the only one in the office who didn't catch that fine print.
Seems like a one pay lease and immediately buying out the car would make sense? Why not just lease it and do that...Just one more step. Are the lease fees going to make up for the extra difference?
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Seems like a one pay lease and immediately buying out the car would make sense? Why not just lease it and do that...Just one more step. Are the lease fees going to make up for the extra difference?
Typically the buyout price after a lease is higher than what the car is actually worth.
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Old 07-02-2019, 07:16 PM
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Originally Posted by jmueller View Post
Typically the buyout price after a lease is higher than what the car is actually worth.
That doesn't really matter if you were going to buy out the car new anyways. Car is worth less than you paid new immediately after you purchase it.

You're getting an extra $3k or so off to lease...are the lease acquisition fees etc. Outweighing the extra discount?
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Originally Posted by skarface View Post
That doesn't really matter if you were going to buy out the car new anyways. Car is worth less than you paid new immediately after you purchase it.

You're getting an extra $3k or so off to lease...are the lease acquisition fees etc. Outweighing the extra discount?
It could matter if your lease payments, and money down, plus the cost of the buyout ultimately add up to more money. Not a big deal, but they do have discounts on new ones. So a buyer just really needs to do all the math based on a written contract to make an informed decision.
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Old 07-02-2019, 08:24 PM
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Yeah, I was referring to the poster that said the dealer offered $9k off but it was only for leases. The highest discount I have seen was around $6k so it seems like the fees would more than be covered by the extra $3k off. You would also have the option to just give the car back if you actually did the 3 year lease if you got a lemon or one with a bunch of problems. Otherwise, you could just do the one pay lease and buy it out immediately if you were intent on buying it immediately.
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Old 07-02-2019, 08:48 PM
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Originally Posted by skarface View Post
Yeah, I was referring to the poster that said the dealer offered $9k off but it was only for leases. The highest discount I have seen was around $6k so it seems like the fees would more than be covered by the extra $3k off. You would also have the option to just give the car back if you actually did the 3 year lease if you got a lemon or one with a bunch of problems. Otherwise, you could just do the one pay lease and buy it out immediately if you were intent on buying it immediately.
I wasn't interested in a lease so I didn't check what the buyout would be. For sample, the 2019 AWD Advanced MSRP was $48,395, lease price $39,035, discount of $9,359, and monthly payment of $524. On the other hand, I purchased the last 2019 AWD Advance on the lot, so the lease offer is more or less moot...
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Old 07-02-2019, 09:15 PM
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Might help someone else since there are higher incentives on the lease if they get a similar offer with a large disparity between lease and cash purchase price. Seems like in this case the lease was the 'cheaper' choice unless I'm missing something. Might be better for people looking for a better deal to actually look into a lease even if they want to purchase considering the higher incentives on leases.
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Another data point for those interested.

Went today and got some numbers from local dealer.

Not it a great price, but trade value is decent. They have an awd aspec demo with 1400 miles, they will give me the same discount, but won’t budget beyond this, saying they can sell awd easily and won’t got lower than 500 over invoice.

loan rate shown is “average” for the dealer...we’ve already got 3.14 from our bank, so I expect 2.99 for 60 months from Acura.

Deciding this weekend, but won’t likely buy at this price.



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Originally Posted by geek755 View Post
Another data point for those interested.

Went today and got some numbers from local dealer.

Not it a great price, but trade value is decent. They have an awd aspec demo with 1400 miles, they will give me the same discount, but won’t budget beyond this, saying they can sell awd easily and won’t got lower than 500 over invoice.

loan rate shown is “average” for the dealer...we’ve already got 3.14 from our bank, so I expect 2.99 for 60 months from Acura.

Deciding this weekend, but won’t likely buy at this price.



Quote for 2020 aspec fwd
I'm in the DC area....I traded in my 2016 Outback Limited (loaded) 2.5..had 26000 miles and got 22500 for it......Carmax offer was a tad less.......Have u tried going to carmax to see what they would give u?
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Originally Posted by geek755 View Post
Another data point for those interested.

Went today and got some numbers from local dealer.

Not it a great price, but trade value is decent. They have an awd aspec demo with 1400 miles, they will give me the same discount, but won’t budget beyond this, saying they can sell awd easily and won’t got lower than 500 over invoice.

loan rate shown is “average” for the dealer...we’ve already got 3.14 from our bank, so I expect 2.99 for 60 months from Acura.

Deciding this weekend, but won’t likely buy at this price.



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Did the rate go up? In May they were offering 1.99 for 60 months from Acura Financial on CPO RDXs.
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I'm in the DC area....I traded in my 2016 Outback Limited (loaded) 2.5..had 26000 miles and got 22500 for it......Carmax offer was a tad less.......Have u tried going to carmax to see what they would give u?
No, have not tried...wife’s outback is a loaded 16 limited with eye sight as well, but with 58k miles.

maybe I should try Carmax, but they are known to give nothing more than auction price, and usual less to make sure they turn a profit
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Did the rate go up? In May they were offering 1.99 for 60 months from Acura Financial on CPO RDXs.
I think the best I can hope for on a 2020 new Acura is 2.99, unless you know something I don’t?

They have ave limited selection in our preferred colors and options....few a-specs anyway. They don’t need to offer much when demand is high
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No, have not tried...wife’s outback is a loaded 16 limited with eye sight as well, but with 58k miles.

maybe I should try Carmax, but they are known to give nothing more than auction price, and usual less to make sure they turn a profit

What do you think Acura gave you??? I actually sat down with the GM of a Volvo dealership..he brought up the auction prices of Similar Outbacks in the DC area.....High price was in the 22000 range and low price..I cant recall. One is always going to do better if you can sell privately. I watched my car on the volvo dealership.....they started at $24000...last posted price I saw was the price they had given me. Doesnt hurt going to carmax..Think it took me 45 minutes from start to finish.
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Originally Posted by geek755 View Post
Another data point for those interested.

Went today and got some numbers from local dealer.

Not it a great price, but trade value is decent. They have an awd aspec demo with 1400 miles, they will give me the same discount, but won’t budget beyond this, saying they can sell awd easily and won’t got lower than 500 over invoice.

loan rate shown is “average” for the dealer...we’ve already got 3.14 from our bank, so I expect 2.99 for 60 months from Acura.

Deciding this weekend, but won’t likely buy at this price.



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What is the "dealer service fee" of $800?
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What is the "dealer service fee" of $800?
Just picked up a 2019 A-Spec - MSRP $44495...got 6k off for a final sales price of $38530
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Just picked up a 2019 A-Spec - MSRP $44495...got 6k off for a final sales price of $38530
Easier to get bigger discounts on the FWD models than the SH-AWD models. Why didn't you opt for the SH-AWD? It makes the driving experience better. Kind of a waste on a A-Spec model...
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Easier to get bigger discounts on the FWD models than the SH-AWD models. Why didn't you opt for the SH-AWD? It makes the driving experience better. Kind of a waste on a A-Spec model...
Didn’t want to spend the extra money on awd
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Didn’t want to spend the extra money on awd
If you're already paying that much for ASpec the extra $2k isn't much to swallow especially considering the car is already around $40k and you've paid that much extra for the ASpec and Tech packages. If I were keeping the car long term I would go for AWD for the better driving experience.

It's totally up to you though.

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Hi guys - I have an offer for a 2020 RDX SH-AWD in Fathom Blue Pearl with Tech and Advance packages and the best deal they gave me was around $1700 off the car for a total OOD price of around 50K after taxes (IL), dealer fee and admin fee. This also includes $550 worth of dealer installed door trim and paint protection as well. If I added remote start and the 20” wheels it would be an OOD price of around 55K.

Is this a good deal or should I shop around more? Thanks in advance!
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Any Canadians recently purchase? I'm about to roll out an offer for a 2019 (possibly 2020 if they can't source my preferred colour/model) and am curious how much off MSRP you're getting. I plan on paying cash and figure I'll offer about 1% over invoice for the 2019. From the few posts I've seen here the Easterners are getting closer to that than our West Coasters. TIA.

For reference, 1% is would work out to ~$53,200 all-in which is about $4k off from the MSRP all-in price. Unhaggle tells me that most people are paying ~5% above invoice in Canada.

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I think you should shop around.. you might get better deal than that.
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Hello folks
Just grabbed 2 19RDX recently
first one with SH-AWD advanced pkg, MSRP 48895 and sale price 43500, no additional add on except anti theft alart for 399 which they won’t removed it. Said I can get 2500 back if vehicle got stolened LOL
second one for roommate with A-spec FWD MSRP 44995, sale price 39200
both purchased lifetime oil change for $649, limit to 2 change per year , we plan to keep this vehicle over 10years
the only bad is interest rate is 6.25, so I am gonna refinance with local credit union.
Both vehicles have being doing fantasy so far with 1000miles on them, mpg is 24 on FWD and 23 on AWD with 7/3 hwy local combined, oil life run at 80 percent both, looks like need oil change for every 5k miles
happy with the purchase, no complaints so far
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Hello folks
Just grabbed 2 19RDX recently
first one with SH-AWD advanced pkg, MSRP 48895 and sale price 43500, no additional add on except anti theft alart for 399 which they won’t removed it. Said I can get 2500 back if vehicle got stolened LOL
second one for roommate with A-spec FWD MSRP 44995, sale price 39200
both purchased lifetime oil change for $649, limit to 2 change per year , we plan to keep this vehicle over 10years
the only bad is interest rate is 6.25, so I am gonna refinance with local credit union.
Both vehicles have being doing fantasy so far with 1000miles on them, mpg is 24 on FWD and 23 on AWD with 7/3 hwy local combined, oil life run at 80 percent both, looks like need oil change for every 5k miles
happy with the purchase, no complaints so far
Need edit, roommate’s sale price is 39700
Location southern cal
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hi guys just wondering do you still get 750 off when financing thru acura? is that still a deal? if yes can anyone share a link to this deal? thanks
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I found a leftover 2019 SH AWD A-SPEC in Socal. Thinking of offering 9.5k less than MSRP for a lease. Currently there is a $3400 incentives for leasing.

What do you guys think?


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54.3K OOD financed for 6 years was the best deal in the Chicagoland area that we could get:

2020 RDX SH-AWD
Fathom Blue Pearl / Graystone
Technology and Advanced Packages
20” Diamond wheels and tires
Remote Start

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Hi guys - I have an offer for a 2020 RDX SH-AWD in Fathom Blue Pearl with Tech and Advance packages and the best deal they gave me was around $1700 off the car for a total OOD price of around 50K after taxes (IL), dealer fee and admin fee. This also includes $550 worth of dealer installed door trim and paint protection as well. If I added remote start and the 20” wheels it would be an OOD price of around 55K.

Is this a good deal or should I shop around more? Thanks in advance!
Horrible deal and paint protection is a scam.
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Horrible deal and paint protection is a scam.
Got a much better deal!
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Got a much better deal!
Still sounds like a horrible deal...

The dealer better have given you the original wheels, especially if they charged you full price for your upgraded wheels. At least you can sell those, or keep them for changeovers in the winter...

What's your finance rate? If it isn't around 2% then you've been really hosed.

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What's your finance rate? If it isn't around 2% then you've been really hosed.
How do you get 2% financing for 6 years? The days of such low interest rates are over, unless Honda is running special financing promotion which I dont think they have on 2020 rdx
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What's your finance rate? If it isn't around 2% then you've been really hosed.
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How do you get 2% financing for 6 years? The days of such low interest rates are over, unless Honda is running special financing promotion which I dont think they have on 2020 rdx
My wife and I both have excellent credit (mid 800's), good income and low DTI ratio. We originally financed with Acura for 5 years at 4.79% in exchange for a lower purchase price. We made one payment then refinanced for 5 years at 3.39% with USAA. We did our homework and never saw available rates as low as 2%.
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I always negotiate sales price first, after its
locked, then discuss financing. Its a good idea to check with your credit union, and have them as a backup should dealer fail to match their interest rate
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2019 Gunmetal SH-AWD with tech.

On dealer lot for ~110 days and jumped on it after seeing it'd be only ~ 5500 more than a CX-5 which we were cross shopping.

Got a finance price of $39,498 and additional 1000 off paid by acura loyalty discount. OTD 42210 with all weather mats, cargo tray, and 4 year service plan.
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