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Old 06-15-12, 02:51 PM
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Default Actual pricing of a 2012 or 2013 RX 350 Outside of CA/West Coast

From what I have researched, CA and some other places on the west coast are selling RXs much cheaper than any where else.

So I wanted to make a thread asking for posters to post their prices on what they paid for a 2012 RX or 2013 RX on the East Coast or Central, or Mid West.

That way others including myself can get a better picture on what those outside of CA (where RX are sold around 2k less than anywhere else) are paying.

From my research I am getting offered around 1k-1,500 off of a 2013 and 10% - 11% off of a 2012 RX here in the tri state area(PA,NJ,DE) and VA. (Does not include any loyalty deals)


Thanks, Your help and feedback is greatly apprciated


Note: I did get some estimates on shipping from CA to PA (anywhere from 1500-1800 dollars)

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NJ...$46,900 sticker plus $1510 (remote star, moldings,mudflaps, including installation and tax) total=48410.00.......final price $42,354.....about 12% off early April before the 2013 actually starting coming in...I am very happy......
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...plus a great allowance for trade in an MDX Acura 2011 with 16500 17 months old
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Originally Posted by svofan1 View Post
NJ...$46,900 sticker plus $1510 (remote star, moldings,mudflaps, including installation and tax) total=48410.00.......final price $42,354.....about 12% off early April before the 2013 actually starting coming in...I am very happy......
I'm in NYC and that's the price I'm looking for. I'm assuming there is no navi package since it was not listed?

May send you a PM for your dealership information.
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...plus a great allowance for trade in an MDX Acura 2011 with 16500 17 months old
What are your thoughts on the MDX vs. the RX?
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What are your thoughts on the MDX vs. the RX?
..the MDX was a good suv...I liked the interior but it fely kind of "cramped" vs the Rx which feels very spacious...just my perception perhaps....get in and out of the MDX was a bit more "labor" intensive for me and I am only 5'10"..in the RX the door opening is bigger so getting in I find it more confortable...the real big difference is the steering in the MDX, it feels harder or firmer..I personally like the RX softness..if I wanted a sport driving vehicle I would have purchase one....I want confort all around and to be honest, I get that with all Toyota products that I had and specially with the RX luxury...but to each its own.....mileage was tops16 local.....premium gas was not seating well with me but I knew what I was getting into except that the gas prices went up too fast for my taste..
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..the MDX was a good suv...I liked the interior but it fely kind of "cramped" vs the Rx which feels very spacious...just my perception perhaps....get in and out of the MDX was a bit more "labor" intensive for me and I am only 5'10"..in the RX the door opening is bigger so getting in I find it more confortable...the real big difference is the steering in the MDX, it feels harder or firmer..I personally like the RX softness..if I wanted a sport driving vehicle I would have purchase one....I want confort all around and to be honest, I get that with all Toyota products that I had and specially with the RX luxury...but to each its own.....mileage was tops16 local.....premium gas was not seating well with me but I knew what I was getting into except that the gas prices went up too fast for my taste..
Interesting that you found it cramped, since the MDX is a bigger vehicle. Spec-wise, the Acura looks much better (more HP, more cargo room, 3rd row seating, standard AWD, etc.). However, I went with the Lexus because of the luxury features that the Acura doesn't have yet (push button start, touch entry, front and rear parking sensors, etc.). When the 2013 MDX comes out, it may be a different story.
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Originally Posted by gqscholar View Post
From what I have researched, CA and some other places on the west coast are selling RXs much cheaper than any where else.

So I wanted to make a thread asking for posters to post their prices on what they paid for a 2012 RX or 2013 RX on the East Coast or Central, or Mid West.

That way others including myself can get a better picture on what those outside of CA (where RX are sold around 2k less than anywhere else) are paying.

From my research I am getting offered around 1k-1,500 off of a 2013 and 10% - 11% off of a 2012 RX here in the tri state area(PA,NJ,DE) and VA. (Does not include any loyalty deals)


Thanks, Your help and feedback is greatly apprciated


Note: I did get some estimates on shipping from CA to PA (anywhere from 1500-1800 dollars)
I just bought a 2012 from Sewell in Dallas. Got 11% off MSRP including shipping the car I wanted from out of state. Other extras at cost.. I used the Consumers Pricing Report and was off the chart for a great deal. Ask for Maury, a great experiance with 100% Trust and Honesty.

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Originally Posted by svofan1 View Post
NJ...$46,900 sticker plus $1510 (remote star, moldings,mudflaps, including installation and tax) total=48410.00.......final price $42,354.....about 12% off early April before the 2013 actually starting coming in...I am very happy......
Great price, actually 11.4%, one of the best.
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Originally Posted by steveski View Post
I just bought a 2012 from Sewell in Dallas. Got 11% off MSRP including shipping the car I wanted from out of state. Other extras at cost.. I used the Consumers Pricing Report and was off the chart for a great deal. Ask for Maury, a great experiance with 100% Trust and Honesty.

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Congrats and do they still have 2012 RXs left? Thanks
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I bought a 2012 yesterday. The sticker was $45,631 and they gave me an even $5,000 off. That works out to 11% if my math is right. Got a tremendous trade on my 2012 VW Jetta TDI, only $1,600 less than I paid for it new. FYI, my dealer, Lexus of Huntsville, still has about half a dozen at this discount.
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I bought a 2012 yesterday. The sticker was $45,631 and they gave me an even $5,000 off. That works out to 11% if my math is right. Got a tremendous trade on my 2012 VW Jetta TDI, only $1,600 less than I paid for it new. FYI, my dealer, Lexus of Huntsville, still has about half a dozen at this discount.
..I am sorry but I think that in reality you got better than 11% off of the 2012....Do you really believe that a trade in of a 2012 vehicle will have a loss of only $1600?.....I doubt that......you see as the adage goes .."figures don't lie but liars can figure"....as in the dealer.....it is easy to shift numbers around...but who cares right?...you got a very good deal...enjoy it in the best of health...
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Valid point. One thing I didn't mention in my original post is that my particular TDI was a bit of a spotted owl, and people are on a 16-20 week wait for one like it (premium with Nav and sunroof and 6-speed manual). The GSM at the Lexus dealership had worked at a VW dealership in the past and knew what it was. Divine intervention? Maybe.

You're right, it was a great deal though. I paid $24,100 for the Jetta, also a great deal as it was $26,xxx on the sticker, and the dealer gave me $22,500.
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Originally Posted by steveski View Post
I just bought a 2012 from Sewell in Dallas. Got 11% off MSRP including shipping the car I wanted from out of state. Other extras at cost.. I used the Consumers Pricing Report and was off the chart for a great deal. Ask for Maury, a great experiance with 100% Trust and Honesty.

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When I contact Maury, who should I say referred me?
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Originally Posted by jpog View Post
Valid point. One thing I didn't mention in my original post is that my particular TDI was a bit of a spotted owl, and people are on a 16-20 week wait for one like it (premium with Nav and sunroof and 6-speed manual). The GSM at the Lexus dealership had worked at a VW dealership in the past and knew what it was. Divine intervention? Maybe.

You're right, it was a great deal though. I paid $24,100 for the Jetta, also a great deal as it was $26,xxx on the sticker, and the dealer gave me $22,500.


...in your case you are a winner all around, nice to see that sometimes the good guys win....enjoy it...
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