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Dear #2698 - regarding your 11.28.11 post about the pricing of the loaded Lexus ES 350, were you able to find better than $38k OTD (out the door)? To clarify, when you say $38k OTD, does that mean total out-of-pocket cost, including tax and all fees? Would you mind sharing the name of the dealership and the sale person from whom you purchased. Thank you for your time.
check truecar.com to get best price in your local. For my area, I see $6500 under MSRP now.
Help! Female buying her first new car in SC. Looking at a loaded 2011 Lexus ES 350 w/ a MSRP of $43,579. So far, negotiated price - out the door - of $38,000. I feel this is a good deal but can I get better? (I think this dealer has quite a few 2011 ES 350's in stock). Can I get a better deal if I wait until "December To Remember". ... Read More
You're very welcome qooraf. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
I picked up my 2011 ES 350 on Saturday, right at the beginning of an awful storm. For anyone else who's interested, here are the highlights: heated seats, no nav, wood trim, that stupid 3-piece accessory package with the wheel locks, and maybe one or two other minor things. I really didn't want any options. Invoice was $35,886, which they then applied the $1,000 dealer incentive to, so my sell price ... Read More
Car Man...Thanks so much.
Hi qooraf. If I was in the market for this car right now, I personally would shoot for a selling price of $500 over dealer invoice minus the $1,000 dealer cash that is currently available on it. If you want to finance your '11 ES, you can do so through Lexus Financial Services at 1.9% for five years. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Folks....I am new to this forum. I am in South Florida and am looking to possibly buy (finance) a 2011 Lexus ES 350. I have been watching this blog and see there are many version of this pricing. I once saw someone posting to have bought the car for $31,000. I am also in the same ball park. I need some advise if this is the acceptable range. I will perhaps ... Read More
OK--I'm new to this whole forum thing. So I'll get right to the point. I'm looking to lease a leftover 2011 ES 350. MSRP is $40,000. My problem is at what purchase price should the lease payment be based on. My way of thinking would be--the car is already one year old-should not the price and lease monthly reflect this. I go to our one and only lexus dealer and they ... Read More
I sure do randomjohn. Lexus Financial Services' October buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2011 ES 350 with 12,000 miles per year are .00095 and 52%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top aka "Tier 1+" credit tier. The residual value for a lease with only 10,000 miles per year would be 1% higher. When negotiating your deal on this car, make ... Read More
Hi lexusfan2011. The money factor that you were quoted appears to be a little on the high side. I believe that Lexus Financial Services' current buy rate for the 2011 ES 350 is around .00115 for consumers who qualify for its top aka "Tier 1+" credit tier. Try to get the dealer to use the buy rate to calculate your car's payment. As far as the selling price that you were ... Read More
I meant to post this to you siddharth: "there are no changes to the 2012 model other than an exterior color change (addition of some kind of new gray pearl color in place of one of the others). 2013 is the refresh year for the es350." the only question now is, is the 1.9% APR, 60 month financing coming back after the 2.9% APR special expires? I usually pay in cash ... Read More
there are no changes to the 2012 model other than an exterior color change (addition of some kind of new gray pearl color in place of one of the others). 2013 is the refresh year for the es350.
Hello, I would definitely wait for the redesign of the 2012. I think the 2012 will be loaded more techie stuff, will have improved navigation and better styling, not that I'm complaining. I have a 2009 with nav/park assist and I love everything about it, however, if I was in the market for an ES today, I would wait for the 2012.
Although I did not buy in this area I have dealt with the Internet dept at Lexus of Towson, MD by email and phone and found them to be honest and very price competitive. What is the MSRP and options for the model you are looking at? Is your price for a lease or finance? Always negotiate on an outright cash purchase with no trade in. After you get the deal ... Read More
Hi scoot84. Yes that money factor is correct. Lexus Financial Services' March residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2011 ES 350 with 12,000 miles per year is 57%. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
There does not seem to be many posts on ES 350. Has anyone bought an ES350 with navigation recently or is planning to buy one. Can someone share what dealers are charging? I am wondering whether it is worthwhile to wait till the 2012's arrive? Appreciate a response.
Hi lscnewport. I believe that Lexus Financial Services' March buy rate lease money factor for the 2011 ES 350 is .00175 for consumers who qualify for its top aka "Tier 1+" credit tier. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
In my view, there is essentially no difference between the 2011 and 2012 model except that Lexus will continue to discount the 2011s more to make room for the 2012s. Why pay more for a 2012 would be my position?
Here's the latest info for you, gb350. Lexus Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2011 ES 350 with 15,000 miles per year are .00175 and 55%, respectively. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
I set up a 2011 ES 350 with heated seats on the Lexus website and got a sales price of $38,775 including delivery (I'm in CT). 36 month, 10k mi/yr, excellent credit and a $4,000 trade in (adjusted gross cap cost is $34,775) yields a monthly payment of $453 I set up a 2011 Infiniti G37x on their website with a sales price of $38,295 but you have to add back ... Read More
Hi jcrews5508. The money factor that you were quoted is definitely way too high. Lexus Financial Services' current buy rate for the 2011 ES 350 is only .00180 for consumers who qualify for its top aka "Tier 1+" credit tier, which it sounds as though you do. It would be in your best interest to shop around to see if you can find a dealer that will be willing to lease ... Read More
Hi jcrews5508. Let's work up some payments for you. According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2011 Lexus ES 350 that has an MSRP of $42,000 and a selling price of $39,000 through Lexus Financial Services right now for 36 months with 15,000 miles per year, your zero down, pre-tax monthly payment would be around $543. Putting money down as a capitalized cost reduction would bring this payment ... Read More
Here's what we got just today...comments: 2011 Es 350...Fully Loaded & yes with Nav...chrome Wheels & Spoiler, rear shades NO Down...12k miles per mo......36 mo's $600 OTD
Dear rhk1, Just to be clear, you were able to lease a brand new es350 for 458/month for 36 months and all you had to pay was state sales tax ? I am turning in a 2005 es 350 that was on lease and is coming in 10k miles under. wonder what I can get for a new lease. Thanks.
The Canadian MSRP for an ES 350 with UL package is $55,000 including PDI & freight. Thank gooodness that Lexus vehicles dereciate quickly because I may have to wait until 2012 to buy my 2011 ES!
Here's the deal I got at the very end of 2010 for a 2011 ES 350 including Full Size Spare, Heated & Ventilated front seats, HID Lights, Intuitive Parking Assist (parking sensors), NAV, Power Rear Sunshade, Wood & Leather Trimmed Steering Wheel, Preferred Accessory Package Z2. MSRP $41,861. Invoice $38208. My price before TTL $36,928.50. My price included a $1000 discount from Lexus as a returning Lexus customer loyalty program. It ... Read More
I was about to do the same transaction in mid-April, and only didn't because I didn't want to spend that much money right now. That said, having owned and leased about 8 Lexus vehicles I feel I have a pretty good handle on these transactions and working with dealers. The deal I had was $500 above Invoice, for basically the same car, for which the MSRP was 41,460, and the selling ... Read More
Got a lease deal $3500 down Tier 1 credit 2011 ES 350 with Navigation Package and Chrome Rims 36 month 15k miles for 515 per month + tax so $548 per month....Dealer also threw in cargo mats and tinted the car...good deal??? MSRP was $42,065 they came down to $37k
For either car try truecar.com. pick your extra's... they give the best prices in area from 3 dealers.
I am about to buying 2011 Lexus Es 350 with navi in tx MSRP is 42190, but they just gave me $1500 off from MSRP. IS there any better offer? Hyundai Genesis 3.8 + Tech package is all most same MSRP but they gave me $9000 off what's going on? their invoce price is only $3000 different. how can i better deal with Lexus? give ma an advice please
Lexus has $3000 cash back to dealer for 2010 model, expired on Nov 1st, 2010. During that time, I believe it is easy to negotiate than now, In October 2010, all the dealers which I checked, they wanted 1 or 2 thousand over MSRP for 2011 model Buy 2011 model (MSRP is only a couple hundred dollar more than 2010) I think it maybe better because it uses regular unleaded (instead ... Read More
I have the same question and have a little more information but not much. The Lexus folks are telling me that the engine will compensate and should not knock but that fuel economy and performance may suffer. I'm wondering if anyone has tested the fuel economy impact. Also, it is my understanding that what they changed in 2011 is the ECU and its software to accommodate the 87 Octane. And, no, ... Read More
Earlier this year I reviewed quite a few posts here and it seems like 7% was about the most Lexus dealers would drop from the MSRP on a new ES 350. This is not counting any dealer cash deals. So, what can I expect in December? MSRP - 7% - xxx Dealer Cash? What can I offer on a 2011 ES 350 that they will reasonably condsider?
I am looking at a 2011 Lexus ES 350, but there are none that have the options I want so it will need to be special ordered. I want Mark Levinson/Nav,PS,HL,HH,PA,WU,HN, and FS. (This represents everything in the UL package except the semi-aniline seats and the panorama sunroof). To make a long story short, Edmunds shows the MSRP as $44,665, Invoice as $39,764, and TMV as $43,173. The TMV represents only ... Read More
You're welcome, TL. I haven't heard anything about 2011 Lexus models yet, but Toyota has a number of '11s out there already, including the Camry, Avalon, and Sienna, so one would think that the '11 Lexi (or is it Lexuses :) ) should begin to arrive at dealers relatively soon. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Thanks Car_man. Yes, my lease on the acura tl is almost up. considering lexus this time. :-) Any news on when the 2011 models will be available?
That is a lot of money to put into a car you don't own. I would work with corporate if it is that bad before putting one dime into resolving their problem. I just made sure my paint issues were noted on my records so as not to be penalized when I turn mine in Feb. 2011. I figured if Toyota is going to produce a crappy painted car, they can ... Read More
Well just got emailed to day from the dealer and they are going to re-paint the front of the car at no charge. However, the compromise I had to make will be that after 30 days I have to have a protective sheathing put on the front of the car for protection. That I will have to pay for ^$%&*^%%^&*%, cost about $1,000. I will be turning mine in December 2011. ... Read More
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