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Old 11-29-18, 08:51 PM
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Bought 2019 RX (premium pkg), + all weather mats.
MSRP: $51144
Drive Out: $47660 (includes -$1000 Lexus cash & approx +$3200 in GA Title Ad Valorem Tax)
Roswell, GA.
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Old 11-30-18, 05:02 AM
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just bought a 2019 RX 350 FSports. out the door price of $54000. I live in MD and tax is 6%. I think i got a really good deal. Other dealers couldnt come close.
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Old 11-30-18, 09:07 AM
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Originally Posted by sampat View Post
Bought 2019 RX (premium pkg), + all weather mats.
MSRP: $51144
Drive Out: $47660 (includes -$1000 Lexus cash & approx +$3200 in GA Title Ad Valorem Tax)
Roswell, GA.
What was selling price before tax and Lexus cash, doc fees etc? Based on your numbers it seems like around $45,460 but my math is not always the best. I am looking at exactly the same vehicle. Thanks
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Old 12-01-18, 11:21 AM
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Default purchased 2019 premium awd

Bought RX 350 premium awd w/o nav
MSRP 50865 , retail = 43,723 + TTT special finance rate 1.9% APR. worked hard with dealer to get a price. Salesman was great

Thanks to this forum it was a great help.
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Old 12-02-18, 10:04 AM
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Pulled the trigger on a 2019 RX 350 F sport. I don’t know if I’m allowed to share all the details because I got a killer deal. I ended up with a better lease payment than a deep to the bone discounted 2018 non f sport which we got for my wife on the same day. The 2019 leases really well because the RV is 59 which is 5% higher than the 2018 non f sport but the difference in lease cash is only 1750 which is less than 3%. The trick is finding a dealer who is willing to discount the 2019. Thankfully my dealer was willing to do a deal on my 2019 f sport that no other dealer in the LA area was willing to match even on a 2018 f sport.
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Old 12-06-18, 10:47 PM
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looking at RX450h base with some extras, MSRP 51k, negotiated down to 47K. yay or nay?
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Old 12-08-18, 05:23 PM
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Originally Posted by lexusgal12 View Post
looking at RX450h base with some extras, MSRP 51k, negotiated down to 47K. yay or nay?
whats included in the 47K? You need to provide selling price before tax and incentives.
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Old 12-20-18, 12:36 PM
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Hey everyone, I'm looking myself as well for an RX 350 F Sport AWD. Package contains the triple LED headlights, Nav+Mark sound system, pano roof, some towing stuff but with no hitch, blind assist and folding mirrors. Pretty loaded it seems. The dealer is part of this "Lexus Plus" thing and of course they aren't budging on the price.

MSRP: $60,764
Their "true price" - $55,364
And with a 1k loyalty discount
Final price - $54,364

with taxes and all the final stuff - Final out-the-door price $57,755.27

What do you guys think? Is this a good price for what I'm getting? I still haven't gone to a regular dealer to "haggle" but curious if anyone might give some input and seeing if this is even worth considering.

Thanks!!
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Old 12-20-18, 02:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Nanashi23 View Post
Hey everyone, I'm looking myself as well for an RX 350 F Sport AWD. Package contains the triple LED headlights, Nav+Mark sound system, pano roof, some towing stuff but with no hitch, blind assist and folding mirrors. Pretty loaded it seems. The dealer is part of this "Lexus Plus" thing and of course they aren't budging on the price.

MSRP: $60,764
Their "true price" - $55,364
And with a 1k loyalty discount
Final price - $54,364

with taxes and all the final stuff - Final out-the-door price $57,755.27

What do you guys think? Is this a good price for what I'm getting? I still haven't gone to a regular dealer to "haggle" but curious if anyone might give some input and seeing if this is even worth considering.

Thanks!!
It's not very good. Try to get at least 10% before incentives. I got even more but my deal is not replicable at this time. Don't waste your time with these Lexus plus dealers. If you want to get a better price you need to expand your radius. I drove 1000 miles to get mine.
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Old 12-20-18, 09:37 PM
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Default Is now a good time to buy a 2019 RX 350?

I learned from couple of friends that the last week of 2018 is a good time to get a very good deal for the 2018 RX350. But it seems that my local dealer doesn't have the 2018 model that I desire.
So if I decided to go with a 2019 model, is the last week of December still a good time to make the purchase (I mean, negotiate a good price with the dealership)?
Thanks,
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Old 12-21-18, 10:33 AM
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I learned from couple of friends that the last week of 2018 is a good time to get a very good deal for the 2018 RX350. But it seems that my local dealer doesn't have the 2018 model that I desire.
So if I decided to go with a 2019 model, is the last week of December still a good time to make the purchase (I mean, negotiate a good price with the dealership)?
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As you already found out, last week of December may not be the best time to buy a vehicle because there will be very limited inventory. You can expand your radius and reach out to other dealers who have some 2018s left. Also, if you are willing to settle you may be able to get a good deal on what is left but it may be an undesirable color/option combo. In general, the best time to buy a 2019 will be Q4 of next year. It is dealer specific though. I was able to get a pretty good discount on a 2019 model on the last day of November. As a matter of fact I got a better discount on my 2019 than what other dealers were willing to offer on 2018. However I put a lot of effort to get my deal and it also helped that I got two vehicles.
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Old 12-21-18, 10:46 AM
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So just to talk from my experience, from my original post, the RX i want is practically fully loaded and I spoke with 5 different dealers and none of them wanted to budge to where the Lexus Plus dealer was at and there was an "acquaintance" at one of the other dealers that couldn't match it either. I was pretty baffled as I expected at least some back and forth but they all just wouldn't nudge, not even match... They all had the same MSRP mostly same sales price but going out the door they just couldn't get to the $57k the lexus plus dealership was giving me. All other dealers came at around 58K-60K out the door.

I don't know if its just because I live down here in Miami, FL but I was just taken back a bit... I know cezar9 mentioned to look 1000 miles out but i dont have the patience to look 1000 miles out so I'm probably just going to go with that deal their giving me
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Old 12-21-18, 11:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Nanashi23 View Post
So just to talk from my experience, from my original post, the RX i want is practically fully loaded and I spoke with 5 different dealers and none of them wanted to budge to where the Lexus Plus dealer was at and there was an "acquaintance" at one of the other dealers that couldn't match it either. I was pretty baffled as I expected at least some back and forth but they all just wouldn't nudge, not even match... They all had the same MSRP mostly same sales price but going out the door they just couldn't get to the $57k the lexus plus dealership was giving me. All other dealers came at around 58K-60K out the door.

I don't know if its just because I live down here in Miami, FL but I was just taken back a bit... I know cezar9 mentioned to look 1000 miles out but i dont have the patience to look 1000 miles out so I'm probably just going to go with that deal their giving me
Did you try Atlanta dealers? If I was you I would find a lease broker before I go to the Lexus Plus dealer.
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Old 12-23-18, 06:05 AM
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Miami dealers are tough, i tried back in September and ended up hiring a broker in October. Broker did a great job that I could not get on my own here in South Florida. Also, even though the broker expanded the search to locales out of state, the final best deal ended up being local from Lexus of North Miami.

Lexus dealers are spoiled down here because these nouveau riche Miami folks don't negotiate. They just pay whatever they're told by the dealer, it's a Miami thing.
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Old 12-23-18, 06:07 PM
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Originally Posted by cezar9 View Post
As you already found out, last week of December may not be the best time to buy a vehicle because there will be very limited inventory. You can expand your radius and reach out to other dealers who have some 2018s left. Also, if you are willing to settle you may be able to get a good deal on what is left but it may be an undesirable color/option combo. In general, the best time to buy a 2019 will be Q4 of next year. It is dealer specific though. I was able to get a pretty good discount on a 2019 model on the last day of November. As a matter of fact I got a better discount on my 2019 than what other dealers were willing to offer on 2018. However I put a lot of effort to get my deal and it also helped that I got two vehicles.
Just got an offer from a dealer:
2019 RX 350 -
premium package
nav package
cold weather package
heated and ventilated front seats
heated steering wheels
20'' wheels
MSRP 55889; Offered at 51728 for final price
Will it be too ridiculous if I negotiate for spending $49000 (including tax, fees, everything) all in cash as a final deal?
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