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2018 RX Best Prices So Far?

 
Old 02-13-18, 09:25 AM
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Originally Posted by JeffKeryk View Post
I used to play with classic Corvettes. I had to buy 4 to realize you need to buy the car you really want, otherwise you will not be satisfied.
Of course price is a huge factor, but get the car you want.
Always get the car you want because when it breaks, you won't mind fixing it.
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Old 02-13-18, 11:07 AM
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Some dealers love giving you terrible deals on 18s to make their terrible 17 prices seem like a bargain. Careful, and shop around for both 17s and 18s with a couple dealers. Once you know what the market looks likes then should you decide on pricing
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Old 02-13-18, 02:04 PM
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Originally Posted by JeffKeryk View Post
In Silicon Valley, I am getting opening quotes of 5 to 10% discount on 2018 RX450H nicely equipped (Premium Package). $55K to $57K MSRP. You can negotiate from there. Of course February is early in the model year, so discounting is less. There are only a very few 2017 hybrids left, in less desirable interior colors. Plus MSRP is thousands less on the 2018's. That's why the 2017's are still on the lot; most people prefer the new model. I am buying a 2018, probably pay about $50K for a $55,700 MSRP. Plus tax, doc, dmv, etc. I imagine any 2017's could be had for a great price if you can find the right car. Personally, I will buy the car I want rather than the absolute lowest price. Just my 2 cents.
Are they giving off 10% easy now?
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Old 02-13-18, 03:11 PM
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Originally Posted by ravenuer View Post
IMHO, anyone that only puts on 7k a year should not lease. Buy it and keep it for 10 years or so.
YMMV, of course.
Really? I don't want to drive a 10 year old vehicle, I just want to get a great price for a new vehicle every 3 years or so.

In my recent case, the dealer asked if I might be interested in a 2017 (rather than 2018) so I'm trying to get a handle on what discount levels others are achieving. Most of the vehicles I'm looking at are in the $61k MSRP range.
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Old 02-13-18, 08:06 PM
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Originally Posted by gottabekin View Post
Are they giving off 10% easy now?
12% is the going rate on 18s, easy and you can drive off real easy. A broker buddy of mine been getting them for less, but figures when you have been in the industry since high school.
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Old 02-13-18, 10:08 PM
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Originally Posted by coolsaber View Post
12% is the going rate on 18s, easy and you can drive off real easy. A broker buddy of mine been getting them for less, but figures when you have been in the industry since high school.
Sounds about right. I walked out with my 2018 for 57k on a 62k MSRP. 12.4% for me.
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Old 02-14-18, 05:56 AM
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I have a few starting offers; 10% off is the best and that is from a "kinda insider" deal. A friend is a mechanic at one of their dealerships. He referred me. 12% would be great. That's all I know for now...
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Old 02-14-18, 06:42 AM
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Sounds about right. I walked out with my 2018 for 57k on a 62k MSRP. 12.4% for me.
Which dealer? on the west coast? I am on the east coast, check inventory on the dealer's website, can't find one without 20" wheel. I am looking for the 18" wheel.
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Old 02-15-18, 08:28 AM
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Any recommendations for dealers in Souther California? I have sent emails to Jim Falk and Thousand Oaks, but not really getting anywhere for a 2018 RX450h. I realize they don't have many in stock at this time and the one I have built out with heated seats, 20" rims, rear brake and blind spot and upgraded navigation screen comes out to about $51,300. I don't need a sunroof, never used it in the past, don't need other options either. Thanks
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Old 02-15-18, 08:36 AM
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Originally Posted by xcinlb View Post
Any recommendations for dealers in Souther California? I have sent emails to Jim Falk and Thousand Oaks, but not really getting anywhere for a 2018 RX450h. I realize they don't have many in stock at this time and the one I have built out with heated seats, 20" rims, rear brake and blind spot and upgraded navigation screen comes out to about $51,300. I don't need a sunroof, never used it in the past, don't need other options either. Thanks
South Cal and you want heated seats???

I'm Canadian and start using it in the twenties Fahrenheit!
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Old 02-15-18, 10:11 AM
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South Cal and you want heated seats???

I'm Canadian and start using it in the twenties Fahrenheit!
I use them all the time. Helps me with my sciatica.
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Old 02-15-18, 10:18 AM
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Originally Posted by PeeVee View Post
South Cal and you want heated seats???

I'm Canadian and start using it in the twenties Fahrenheit!
I reside in Southern California and all our vehicles have heated seats—we use them all the time. All future vehicles must include heated seats and heated steering wheel (my wife loves heated steering wheels). Our RX has both heated seats and steering wheel.
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Originally Posted by gottabekin View Post
Which dealer? on the west coast? I am on the east coast, check inventory on the dealer's website, can't find one without 20" wheel. I am looking for the 18" wheel.
Lexus of Las Vegas.
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Old 02-16-18, 05:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Dereksae View Post
New member here, currently researching a 2018 RX 450h F Sport. I'm confident I'll be making a purchase soon, but wanted to see how other members have fared for the 2018s. Let's see those numbers.
Hello every one. Sorry I am a new member here. I’m trying to find a thread for RXL pricing but u couldn’t. Because I am a new member, I have to wait 30 days b4 I can creat a thread. Can anyone please create a new thread about RX350L best pricing ? Thank you!
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Old 02-16-18, 10:37 AM
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RX350L2018, welcome to CL. We only have one pricing thread for 2018. Just like previous years, it'll include all RX models - 350, 450h, F-Sport, and the L. If you've gotten a price on the 350L, feel free to post it here. And the reason you haven't found that much info yet is because they're just starting to hit the dealers. With time they'll be more.
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