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Old 11-26-14, 06:55 AM
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Originally Posted by dchar View Post
Well this is what they're offering in CA



Originally Posted by toystry View Post
Leases here in Virginia Beach are god awful, they are out of their minds:



Probably a base model too.
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Old 11-26-14, 08:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Briitini View Post
I just got the 2014 is250 f sport less than a year ago. I went into JM Lexus and was told over 1k per month for the rc350 f sport. 10k down to be around 830 and thats with a 720 credit score needless to say i said thanks, but no thanks. i will just need to stay in my current lease until its time. i am sweating this car sooooo bad though.
There are other dealers in south florida with better deals...hint hint!
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Old 11-26-14, 11:17 AM
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Originally Posted by Flic1 View Post
Whaaaaatt??? Sounds like a good bit of highway robbery going on at dealers with this car. Assuming this is a $52k F Sport, a lease with $3000 towards cap cost reduction and the Lexus standard tier 1 money factor, I can't see why the monthly payment should be much over $600 before tax is added in by my calculations, That's assuming a 63% residual on a 36 month lease.....not sure where those are running exactly but should be close.

Are you sure he wasn't quoting an RC-F??
Positive. I originally had a 4 year lease on a 2013 lexus lease and kept it for a year and then traded up to a 2014 is250 f sport and have had it less than a year. I am sure I have a **** ton of money being rolled into each lease and esp an RC lease if I were to go that route. I also don't have a 720 credit score.

Still, it is absolutley insane
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Old 11-26-14, 02:54 PM
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This car deserves around $46K-48K max.
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Old 11-27-14, 01:01 AM
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Why the shock? The model is hot and brand new. There are no incentives or factory support, supply is likely not meeting demand, and the dealer is not going to discount it when the next guy is willing to pay higher. This happens with all new Lexus's and higher end models. Those who have to be first are going to pay for it. It is their financial decision to do so.
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Old 11-27-14, 05:30 AM
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You are right, when the dealer see's you drooling when you walk in to the dealership, they know they got you right where they want you.


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Why the shock? The model is hot and brand new. There are no incentives or factory support, supply is likely not meeting demand, and the dealer is not going to discount it when the next guy is willing to pay higher. This happens with all new Lexus's and higher end models. Those who have to be first are going to pay for it. It is their financial decision to do so.
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Old 11-27-14, 08:08 AM
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If or when I'm in the market for this car, I will remind the dealership of my additional interest in other new competitive coupes made by Mercedes and Cadillac. That always tends to help the deal.
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Old 11-28-14, 10:28 PM
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You gotta pay to play when the new models come out. Unless they are a flop they are not going to help much. I remember when the new model M3 came out they were charging a dealer price mark up of 10,000 and people were still buying them.
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Old 11-29-14, 05:57 AM
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In time the dealers will care about that but not right now

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If or when I'm in the market for this car, I will remind the dealership of my additional interest in other new competitive coupes made by Mercedes and Cadillac. That always tends to help the deal.
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I paid 50k for mine. I got the F sport package with Molten Pearl paint. Dealer took 1k off and rounded up, along with giving me 6.5k for trade in on my audi (Carmax offered 4k). Just go put some numbers out there
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Default My RC 350f sport

Originally Posted by tdoggy57 View Post
Figured I'd start this up. Ends up being a good tool to see the progression of pricing.

Include things like MSRP, final selling price, lease details, etc.
Obsidian black Rioja red interior F sport package AWD
$0 down
Tire and wheel warranty
Ding and scratch free repair
$723 per month
How bout that?

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Old 01-01-15, 03:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Ice350 View Post
There are other dealers in south florida with better deals...hint hint!
They gave you THEIR best number. That's crazy. See my price below for fsport AWD including tire wheel warranty and ding scratch repair. $723 no money down taxes and title included.
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Old 01-09-15, 07:42 AM
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I think it would be more beneficial to those planning to buy or lease in the future if you were to state exactly what packages your RC is equipped with. That way we know the price you paid in relation to your specific build!

Also, if you could please state the number you negotiated from and whether it was the MSRP or invoice price, that would go a long way as well! Thanks and hope you all are enjoying your new cars!
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Old 01-09-15, 09:31 AM
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so the best deal i saw here so far is $50,700 out the door i still think thats a lil pricey, but with the car being this new you wont get a better deal right now....
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Originally Posted by juvi22003 View Post
so the best deal i saw here so far is $50,700 out the door i still think thats a lil pricey, but with the car being this new you wont get a better deal right now....
where is that price coming from? also is $50,700 out the door including f sport package and other typical packages (navi, fog, spoiler..)?
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