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Old 12-23-18, 07:28 PM
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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?
is the 51.7 before tax? I donít know your tax rate so itís hard to comment. Knowing what I got on my 2019 f sport nothing is ridiculous. I almost didnít ask for it because I didnít think it was possible.
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Old 12-26-18, 07:32 PM
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is the 51.7 before tax? I donít know your tax rate so itís hard to comment. Knowing what I got on my 2019 f sport nothing is ridiculous. I almost didnít ask for it because I didnít think it was possible.
I would like to thank you as I learnt a lot from your posts. Just after getting the 2019 at the end of the November I read your posts about 2019s lease so weíll as residual is high. It wouldíve been a better option for us to do that and buy it at the end of the lease.

I also went went through a thread on leasehackr on investing and saving for the future following your posts.

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Old 12-28-18, 09:12 AM
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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.
I am looking now and live in VA. Which dealer did you buy from? Thanks
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I am looking now and live in VA. Which dealer did you buy from? Thanks
Lexus of silver spring MD. Made the purchase on the last day of November.

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Great deal!
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Lexus of silver spring MD. Made the purchase on the last day of November.
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Old 12-29-18, 06:04 PM
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My turn. Thanks to suxelxr. Contracted Lexus of Silver Spring with my bottom line for a specific car, and they said OK

2019 RX 350 AWD MATADOR RED MICA (MSRP $51,214)
BD Blind Spot Monitor with Intuitive Parking Assist with Auto Braking and Auto Dim Power Fold Mirror
D5 Door Edge Guard
HF Touch Free Power Rear Door
HS Heated and Ventilated Front Seats
PM Premium Package Includes: Leather Trim Seats, Auto Dim Power-folding Outside Mirrors, Driver's Seat/Steering Wheel/Mirror Memory, Rear Armrest with Storage Box, Wood Trim
SR Power Tilt/Slide Moonroof / Aluminum Roof Rails
TO Towing Prep Pkg: Transmission Oil Cooler, Heavy Duty Radiator (does not include ball mount)
WR Heated Leather Steering Wheel
Z1 Cargo Mat/Cargo Net/Wheel Locks/Key Glove


Purchased for 46k OTD
MSRP $51,214
Discounted Price $43,771.29
Doc Fee $300
TTL $1,928.71

Financed with 1.9% paid nothing and left with a brand new car!
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congratulations on you new car !
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Old 01-01-19, 04:38 PM
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Good deal! Got the options you wanted at the price you wanted. Congratulations on your new RX. Enjoy.
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Old 01-02-19, 09:02 AM
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Just got mine MSRP sticker was 53,319, got it for 47K plus 1000.00 cash back from Lexus....Nebula Gray with Stratus interior
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Hi all,

My wife really likes the 450h. The issue is that she is upside down on her 2017 QX70. She will be commuting to San Francisco for work and needs better fuel economy.
Her QX70 gets 16-17MPG.

The issue is that the Lexus dealer offered us 24k for the Infiniti. We owe 34k, and the sticker was 52k.
A while ago I was able to trade my sports coupe to Porsche for a Macan GTS, they gave me a heck of a deal.Even gave me top dollar on my coupe beating out other dealers.

Does Lexus not haggle or even deal? I also have a Tacoma 4x4 SR5 and Toyota worked with me in a price that worked.

Should I try another dealer...or just wait a few years and check again?
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I don't know what the actual market value of the QX70 is but I'd imagine the dealership is not lowballing you by $10,000.

Let's just say $24,000 is the actual fair market value and the dealership is being honest and fair with that quote. If you owe $34,000, that's negative equity of $10,000. If you were to pretend there was no QX70 to trade in and you're looking at an RX with an MSRP of $50,000, it would be as though you were actually looking at a $60,000 car.

For you to come out even as though you had no trade-in and were just buying a car straight up, the new car would have to be discounted by $10,000. This could be attainable if there are any leftover older model year vehicles still on the lot waiting to be sold. Alternatively, a meet in the middle situation would be ideal where the price offered for your trade-in would be increased by $5,000 and the new car discounted by $5,000. Realistically, you're not likely to get that much more out of the dealer for your trade-in. If private party value is significantly higher, it may be worth your while to sell it private party, though you'd have to deal with the legal aspects on your own rather than being handled by the dealer.

If you don't want to wait a few more years, I'd search the area for either a leftover '18 (assuming the '19s are flooding dealer lots) or look for a manager special demo vehicle with a few thousand miles to help negate as much of the $10k as you can.

Any Lexus dealership that is labeled as a Lexus Plus dealership uses a fixed-pricing no-haggle concept. All others operate normally and negotiate but of course, your experience will differ at each dealership.

Good luck! It's definitely within the realm of possibility, but may take a bit more work on your part.
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How much would she save with the improved fuel economy? Sound like you're going to take a $10k loss to save $1k-$2k in gas.
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Originally Posted by zaldwaik View Post
My turn. Thanks to suxelxr. Contracted Lexus of Silver Spring with my bottom line for a specific car, and they said OK

2019 RX 350 AWD MATADOR RED MICA (MSRP $51,214)
BD Blind Spot Monitor with Intuitive Parking Assist with Auto Braking and Auto Dim Power Fold Mirror
D5 Door Edge Guard
HF Touch Free Power Rear Door
HS Heated and Ventilated Front Seats
PM Premium Package Includes: Leather Trim Seats, Auto Dim Power-folding Outside Mirrors, Driver's Seat/Steering Wheel/Mirror Memory, Rear Armrest with Storage Box, Wood Trim
SR Power Tilt/Slide Moonroof / Aluminum Roof Rails
TO Towing Prep Pkg: Transmission Oil Cooler, Heavy Duty Radiator (does not include ball mount)
WR Heated Leather Steering Wheel
Z1 Cargo Mat/Cargo Net/Wheel Locks/Key Glove


Purchased for 46k OTD
MSRP $51,214
Discounted Price $43,771.29
Doc Fee $300
TTL $1,928.71

Financed with 1.9% paid nothing and left with a brand new car!
'Where did you buy this? Location , address please?
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Sales Contact? Sorry :-)
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