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Old 01-18-19, 09:03 AM
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Question 2019 ES350 Best prices paid so far?

Hi all,
New member here, I am currently a owner of 2007 ES350. I am looking to upgrade to the 2019 ES sometime soon. I would like to get some data on what other members pay for the car to help me and new buyers on the negotiation.

Thanks in advance!

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  • Date Purchased (Month, Day, Year):
  • Location(State):
  • Trim (Luxury, UL, Fsport,....etc.):
  • MSRP:
  • Selling price before Tax Title License (TTL):
  • Rebates (included in selling price):
  • Price Out The Door (Optional due to different tax rate and fees):
  • Dealership add-on:



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Old 01-18-19, 09:19 AM
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Go to truecar.com, give them the year and model you're looking at and your ZIP code. They will email you detailed data about sales in your sub-market.
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Old 01-18-19, 09:25 AM
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December 5th. 2018, Ultra Lux, MSRP $53,430.00, all options, Doylestown, PA, $1000.00 D to R rebate, 6% PA sales tax, $40.00 tag transfer, NO DEALER ADD-ONS.
Sold my 2013 ES myself for $6000.00 more than the dealer offered on a trade. Selling price: $49,500 + tax and transfer. $3930.00 off list. I did add side moldings @ $139.00. I hit them up for free floor mats before shaking hands on the deal and they threw them in for free...
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Originally Posted by AnthonyMJ View Post
Go to truecar.com, give them the year and model you're looking at and your ZIP code. They will email you detailed data about sales in your sub-market.
Truecar charges the dealer $400.00 for each lead provided that results in a sale. This fee is then added to the sales price of the car...
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FSport roughly $4,500 off MSRP of $52K.
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Originally Posted by bc6152 View Post
Truecar charges the dealer $400.00 for each lead provided that results in a sale. This fee is then added to the sales price of the car...
The fee is only charged if you go through them. They also ask for a lot of personal information. Plus, it's an average paid. In my area, AutoNation had a no-haggle price almost $2,000K below the truecar price.
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Any new deals to be had with the autoshows hitting?In Houston area, about ready to upgrade from the 14.
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European pricing is absolutely insane. For a luxury package you are looking around 68K euros, that's brand new GS450h Luxury trim territory. What the hell did they do? They literally took out GS and replaced it with ES with exact same pricing. My reasoning for bringing in ES is to attack lower spectrum of premium midsize market, something GS was struggling with but instead they are doing the exact same thing they did with GS. Right now it cheaper to buy brand new GS300h than ES300h cause GS is on firesale pretty much. Some dealers have brand new GS450h in luxury trim for way less than ES Luxury.
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Originally Posted by Vladi View Post
European pricing is absolutely insane. For a luxury package you are looking around 68K euros, that's brand new GS450h Luxury trim territory. What the hell did they do? They literally took out GS and replaced it with ES with exact same pricing. My reasoning for bringing in ES is to attack lower spectrum of premium midsize market, something GS was struggling with but instead they are doing the exact same thing they did with GS. Right now it cheaper to buy brand new GS300h than ES300h cause GS is on firesale pretty much. Some dealers have brand new GS450h in luxury trim for way less than ES Luxury.
Expected when a model is about to be discontinued.
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Got this offer for 2019 Fsport with factory options from a NJ dealership through email,

Msrp: $52,793
Selling price: 47388 + 699.75 (dealer doc fee) = 48087.75
times NJ Sales tax 6.625% = 3185.84 plus NJ tire tax 7.50, + DMV estimated 400 until submitted to DMV + NJ luxury tax 0.004% 189.56
TOTAL $51870.62 - 1000 rebate = OTD 50870.62

It is about 9% off ($4705) Msrp before Lexus rebate. Is it reasonable to push for ~12% off Msrp at this point? or is this probably the best I can get in the Tri-State area?

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^^^
Oct 2018 - pretty much the same here $52,489 msrp (they couldn't locate one with trunk kick open.)

To make the deal, they gave me $1500 more on my trade in, (on a 2013 Chrysler 300C Varvatos) $18,000 final offer.

Paid $32,200 and the $18,000 trade in. Out the door at 50,200 included all fees and tax on the difference of 32K.

No other dealer options on tires, paint etc. I generally keep a car 5 years.

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Old 01-25-19, 08:11 AM
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Originally Posted by jaschen View Post
Hi all,
New member here, I am currently a owner of 2007 ES350. I am looking to upgrade to the 2019 ES sometime soon. I would like to get some data on what other members pay for the car to help me and new buyers on the negotiation.

Thanks in advance!

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  • Date Purchased (Month, Day, Year):
  • Location(State):
  • Trim (Luxury, UL, Fsport,....etc.):
  • MSRP:
  • Selling price before Tax Title License (TTL):
  • Rebates (included in selling price):
  • Price Out The Door (Optional due to different tax rate and fees):
  • Dealership add-on:
Two days ago (1/23/19) I took delivery of my Atomic Silver / Chateau ES300h UL, with all (or most) of the options (HUD, NR wheels, BSM, ML, Triple LED, Illuminated door & trunk sills, plus a few minor ones...)
I special-ordered this from Lexus of Greenville (SC) in late October, and I got $4k off the $55,573 MSRP (7.2%): The $3k I negotiated (which included $250 if it did not come with Michelin tires (it didn't) and $250 because they sat on the paperwork for 3 weeks before placing the order) plus the $1000 Lexus bonus.
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7.5% off of Sticker at Mt. Kisco Lexus in Westchester County NY. No haggle, just said I wanted 10% they Countered and I accepted. Very nice dealership and easy transaction.
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Old 01-28-19, 01:58 PM
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2019 300h UltraLux
Sticker Price: $55,297
Final Price: $51,580
Out the door: $54,200
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Originally Posted by jaschen View Post
Hi all,
New member here, I am currently a owner of 2007 ES350. I am looking to upgrade to the 2019 ES sometime soon. I would like to get some data on what other members pay for the car to help me and new buyers on the negotiation.
Nowadays the most effective strategy for getting the maximum % off MSRP is usually doing the price negotiating via email with the internet sales manager or a dealer staff sales person. Most of your shopping for a specific car model and equipment can be done online too. I don't bother with Truecar or Costco because their discounts are ho hum.
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