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Prices are a little steeper, $185 Coil - back odd cylinder labor around $230. $415 total plus tax on coil at Lexus of Las Vegas. I currently just had lights turn on again without vehicle shaking.
My wife 07 lexus rx 350 check engine, vsc and trac off light came on couple of days ago, I drive it to check out anything unusual, sure enough I notice the steering wheel vibrates for 2 or 3 seconds every now and then, but every time this happen, the engine light starts blinking a few time and stay on steady. I took the car to my mechanic and he hook ... Read More
Picking up an RX 350 and Es 350 from Lexus of Watertown tomorrow. They blew away their competition with their prices. I'm leasing these vehicles. I am turning in a 2008 RX 350 and 2007 ES 350 that I had leased from Lexus of Norwood. They valued their customers so much that they quoted me higher than Watertown and then told me Watertown could never do this deal. Anyway, I just ... Read More
I thought that there might be someone that kind of agree with me and yes as you said the dealers are trying now to really move as much "old" inventory out to accomodate for the new units 2011 coming...like I said I will be ready by the end of September when my current lease (Toyota Sienna Limited 2008 end, this time I am buying)..as for the small issues, the latest is ... Read More
Items that are not on 2010 RX350 that were on 2007 RX350: 1 - Floor mats for ivory interior were ivory instead of Dark Brown. In order to get ivory 2010 Carpet Floor Mats, you must order & pay for the Premium Carpet mats at a cost of approx $350. 2 - On 2007 RX350 the cargo area cover could be removed and stored below the rear floor. Not so with ... Read More
That sounds like a great price to me from what I've seen on the used car lot of the local Lexus near me. I think my local Lexus dealer has had prices of anywhere north of 30,000 for the 2007 models. I've got almost eight months left on the lease on my '07, and I'm torn over whether to turn it back in or just buy it when the lease is ... Read More
Thanks, I ended up getting a 2007 40,000 miles with Navigation for $25,500 from a Lexus dealer. Chose not to CPO it as it has a year left on the manufactures warranty. Hope this was a good price.
Hi went to my local lexus dealership this morning and saw the following... RX 350 2007 with no nav package 30,000 miles for $27,500 RX 350 2007 with nav package 23,000 miles for $30,500 It would be an additional $3,500 for pre-certification on either vehicle. Is this a good deal? Do you think I can negotiate from these prices? If so where should I start and what is the best price ... Read More
I just found out today that my 2007 RX 350 oil line exploded. Apparently it is happening all the time and Lexus of Memphis said they have never heard of it and it is not under warranty. The mechanic fixing my car said he has done a ton of these repairs and Lexus of Memphis even had over 200 of those parts in stock (even though they said they have never ... Read More
I've had my 2007 RX350 for over three years now, and it's a very nice car. I've had no problems, except for a few interior rattle issues. That being said, I've had an opportunity to drive the 2009 RX350, not the 2010, as a loaner vehicle when I take my RX in for the oil change, tire rotation(this last service trip also involved putting new front brake pads) This may be ... Read More
I sent a message to Lexus regarding the fact that the pause function does not work. Their response: We apologize for the concerns you are having with the iPodŽ interface in the 2010 RX 350. I understand that you are dissatisfied that your iPodŽ will not start at the same place in your audio book when you restart the vehicle. Depending on the iPodŽ player that is connected to the system, ... Read More
After reading these posts about the transmission failures and the transaxle failures, I thought I'd tell of my experience: I have a 2007 RX 350 completely loaded (DVD, Mark Levinson, NAV, etc..) that I leased. My lease is up in 3 weeks. Three weeks ago, my oil line exploded. It took five return visits to get it completely fixed (hopefully). I had an almost complete oil loss of the engine. They ... Read More
Hey carman, Have you heard if Lexus is looking to offer any lease incentive on the 2010 RX 350 AWD. Looking for it with Nav and premium. Have offer of 12,000 miles per year, just first month, DMV and acquisition - total about $1565 to get into vehicle and lease of $663.25. MSRP is about $45,600 I believe. Can you believe that I have a 2007 ES350 coming off lease on ... Read More
I drove four wheel drive for decades however my 1999 RX300 and 2007 RX350 are both front wheel drive with traction control and perfectly satisfactory. I'm in the Buffalo-Niagara region which is no stranger to the white stuff! Pete :)
I am new in this forum. I live in Canada. Today, I went to a local dealership to test-drive a used 2007 RX350 with premium package with 101k. The sale price is CDN$33K. At the end, the dealer told me if I lease a brand new 2010 RX350 with premium package (no navigation) is better than buying an used one. The MSRP for this car is about CDN$ 53,000. He told ... Read More
Hi Everybody, Does anybody know for sure if the financing rate Lexus gives through Lexus Financial Services is negotiable? I'm looking to buy a certified pre-Owned 2007 RX 350 and they tell me the rate for 60 months is 5.9%. I know I can make it a short-term loan to receive the 2.9%, but I would rather keep the loan for 60 month. I also know I could check out a ... Read More
I agree! I had a nice 2007 ES 350 with NAV (42k new). Perfect with 18k miles. Dealer offered 23 with full MSRP for the Lexus RX350!. sold privately for $27,650 and bought Venza for $27,500!!! In 6 months the RX will be thousands off.
Hi. Everyone here is so knowledgeble! Wonder if you can help me. I have an RX 350 lease $537/mo with navigation for a 2007. Lease expires in September but I'm at 31k miles of the 36k so need to do something in next few months before I run over my mileage. I love the car but can't afford the 2010. So I can either try to buy out this lease or ... Read More
Waiting to try the I-4 but the loaded FWD V-6 Navi leather was $35,000. Pretty steep. The Lexus will be $43,000 with same equipment,maybe more. We have a 2007 Lexus ES 350 and it is three notches better than the camry V-6 with leather while I say the Venza is only one notch less than the RX. Tulsa gets an RX on Feb 17th . Will drive then and see for ... Read More
Attached, below, is a link to the concept representation of the redesigned RX for 2010. The page is varied which includes, amongst other links, a YouTube video of the alleged new Rex. The vehicle is entitled the Lexus LF-XH, which resembles the 2010 Lexus RX 350 photo illustration at the Edmunds.com website. Apparently, the redesigned Lexus RX was introduced at the 2007 Toyota Auto Show, but was not introduced as the ... Read More
Neo74, what happened to me was that I had narrowed it down to two vehicles that I wanted to focus on negotiating on. The two vehicles were the Acura TL and the Lexus RX350. I really liked the exterior styling of the TL, but the drive was much like the drive of my 2002 Maxima. I guess I really wanted something a little different. The flexibility of the RX350 also appealed ... Read More
Hey Guys, Just wanted to share the deal I got on 12/3/2007 on Lexus RX 350 w/Nav Black on Black: 36 Months/10K $1500 Out of Pocket - $561 first payment + bank fee + NY DMV fees Monthly Payment - $561 I think it's a pretty good deal considering I've called about 25 dealers before landing this deal. Gene K
Greetings avgjoe1. Lexus did enhance its lease program on these trucks. Last week it rolled out its annual December to Remember sales event. Lexus Financial Services' new buy rate lease money factors are .00155 for the '08 RX 350 and .00215 for the '08 RX 400h for consumers who qualify for its Tier 1+ credit tier. If you are in an area that has a high level of competition, I suspect ... Read More
Thank you. I followed the link and tried to price with options but on both the 2007 and 2008 RX 350 it lists N/A on the invoice column for options. On the TMV column it lists a price higher than MSRP, which is certainly not accurate in the current market. Here is the car description and price quote that I have received. If anyone has any feedback or comments, I would ... Read More
Car Man Has LFS improved terms for November 2007 on either the Rx 350 or Rx 400h? In Oct 2007, I confirmed Rx 400h AWD 3yr 15k mi @ 54% RV and 0.00255 Tier 1+ wholesale money factor. LIF was $600. FYI - best deal they were willing to do was $1.8-$2.0k over "dealer" invoice (i.e. incl. Dest Charge of $765 and LDA of $532). Specifically, on a 2008 9444 (PT,NV,WU,HH,FT,Z1,TO) ... Read More
You make a very good point about any improvement in the RX's money factors being at least partially offset by lower residual values in December, carlovernj. Lexus Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor for the 2007 RX 350 is .00195 for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier. Lexus is not currently providing any cash incentives on this model. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum ... Read More
Hi carlovernj. In an area like New Jersey that has a good level of competition I personally would shoot for a selling price of $500 or slightly more over dealer invoice on a 2008 Lexus RX 350 right now. Make sure to stop by the "Lexus RX 350 Prices Paid and Buying Experience" discussion to see how much other community members have paid for their RX 350s lately. Lexus was providing ... Read More
Folks, Last week we bought Lexus RX 350 AWD, bought for $500 less than the below invoice, with 2 extra service and tank filled, in chicagoland area. Wondering if any one got a better deal? I got so much help from here and thought would share my research. I know, week of 9/23/2007 would be a better time to buy as it is the final of the qtr, when they would ... Read More
Heu CrisV, Crackberry....I did not buy the vehicle yet, am in no hurry and actually just got back after test driving an ML 350 Benz. If I am paying approx mid 40's for a Lexus I might as well get the Benz. Anyways I am going to help you guys with all I can provide: The Pohanka Lexus at Chantilly rejected my 43.5k out of the door offer on a 2008 ... Read More
I bought a new (demo) 2007 RX 350 FWD from the above dealer today for $39950 out of the door. It has the navigation and premium plus package (no Mark Levinson) and xenon lights. The demo had 5000 miles on it and showroom condition. The price included 6% MI sales tax and $100 doc. fees (couldn't talk out of it). Overall it was a pleasant experience - I had a haggle ... Read More
i had the same car except a 2007 model. That car was absolutely amazing. The nav is great and easy to work. I had one problem with the brakes but it was my fault!! thumbs up great car!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
My family happens to have a 2007 RX (my mom's) and a 2007 MKX (my wife's). Having driven both of them around town and on road trips, I feel as if I can compare them. My overall impression of the RX is that it is a luxury vehicle first and foremost. It usually does everything smoothly and quietly. And the interior is well built and "soft". Driving the RX is not ... Read More
I am looking to purchase a RX 350 soon w/ Premium Package in Charlotte, NC. I wanted to know if anyone has had experiences with the Lexus dealership here. (i.e. good pricing, deals, etc.)What are people paying for a 2007 and 2008 in this area? I need some advice as how I should approach it.
I am looking to purchase a certified pre owned RX 350. 2007 dealer demo with 19800 miles what do you all think is a good price. The negotiations will begin at $36000. Thanks
Hi There...thanks for the info I live in Dallas too and looking to get a lexus...can you give me the contact of sales person who you worked with maybe i can get a deal and you can get a refferal maybe or a BIG THANKS from at the very least !! your info was very helpful. Please email me at email@example.com
Greetings tacomaboy. Since you are new to the world of leasing, you definitely should check out the following informative articles that are available here at Edmunds.com prior to visiting any dealers: 10 Steps to Leasing a New Car and Calculate Your Own Lease Payment. Let's work up a lease payment on this truck using Lexus Financial Services' current lease program and see what we come up with. According to my calculations, ... Read More
Hi, From which dealer in Dallas did you buy your brand new 2007 Lexus RX 350? Please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks, trk
You're right, the '08 RX 350 is noW available at dealers :) . That's what I get for typing before finishing my first cup of coffee. Most of the dealers in my area have been sold out of 2007 RXs for weeks as well. Toyota, including Lexus, is an amazing company. The traditional domestic manufacturers, like GM, Ford, and Chrysler have leftover models that linger for months and months, but Toyota ... Read More
Nackerma, email me at email@example.com and I will give you the name of my contacts. I ended up purchasing the car at Park Place Lexus in Plano as they had a 2007 in stock but Sewell made me a fantastic offer on a 2008. I picked up the car yesterday and I could NOT be happier. Its fantastic, looks beautiful and the black exterior with the black interior is sharper than ... Read More
I just purchased on March 31, 2007, a brand new 2007 Lexus RX 350 with Black exterior, the Premium Plus package, and heated front seats. The local dealer added tinting to the front windows and the dealer price selling price before tax and fees was $34,800. Things I learned: 1. Dealing at the end of the month really makes a difference 2. The internet manager at the dealerships quickly quoted very ... Read More
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I bought a 2007 RX 350(Breakwater Blue) couple of days back at Concord Lexus, CA. It costed me $40,400+taxes. It was fully loaded with Mark Levinson Package and DVD entertainment system. I was wondering if is was a good deal.
Billmv, Thanks for the thoughful response...everything makes sense to me...i have done my homework...the one variable i am having a hard time nailing down IS the money factor for March... DOES ANYONE KNOW THE BUYRATE MONEY FACTOR FOR MARCH on the "2008" Rx 350, 36 month lease, 15k miles? A few facts from going through this message board that threw me off: 1. I read through this message board and I ... Read More
Pep2, There is Nalley Lexus in Smyrna. You can go to Lexus website and put in the zip code of 30096. Extend the radius to 75 miles. From there you will see Nalley Lexus. Give the internet Manager a call. They have three or four left of 2007. or try to email me privately and I will give you the contact. I am not a dealer. Just a buyer.
Gatortale, I am very much agree with you on Hennessy Lexus Internet Manager. I would be avoid them too for making any hassle free on the car or any SUV.
I agree, the internet manager at Hennessy is still sending me hate mail, which I have forwarded to other poeple at his dealship. I would avoid them at all costs.
I bought my lexus today. The sale experience with this dealer is great compare to Hennessy Lexus at Peachtree. MSRP: 40,301 with premium package, towing prep,..etc. Paid: 34,715 Doc fee: 399 Tax 6 percent Title and Registration: 42 OTD: 37,262.84. There is still few 2007 left. I contacted the internet sale department at Hennessy Lexus at Peachtree. They even quoted me higher with the same MSRP of $40,301. The internet price ... Read More
Was looking for a 2007 RX 350, but Silver w/Nav is pretty much nonexistent in the DFW area so I decided to bite the bullet on a 2008: Silver/Black leather - Premium Plus pkg w/Nav. Emailed the 2 Lexus dealers in Dallas. Got a quote from Park Place for $44,416 (Probably the MSRP - they didn't have one in stock but would have it in by 3/20). Sewell had it in ... Read More
Hi ms09. The 2008 Lexus RX 350 is not available at dealers, but I don't believe that it is significantly different than the 2007 model. The '07 RX 350 just got a new, more powerful motor and a number of interior upgrades, so I suspect that we will not see a major redesign of this model until the 2009 model year. This particular discussion is for consumers to talk about leasing ... Read More
Hi richz. Since you are new to the world of leasing, you definitely should check out the following informative articles that are available here at Edmunds.com prior to visiting any dealers: 10 Steps to Leasing a New Car and Calculate Your Own Lease Payment. If you are in an area that has a decent level of competition, I would not be surprised if you were able to negotiate a better price ... Read More
Hi toddturner. Given the fact that Lexus is currently providing $1,250 dealer cash on the 2007 RX 350 and that the 2008 model is already available, I would not be surprised if you were able to negotiate a lower selling price than the one that you mentioned if you are in an area that has a decent level of competition and you comparison shop a little bit. Car_man Host Prices Paid ... Read More
Just got a 2007 RX 350 AWD w/heated seats and rain sensing wipers, standard amenities + towing package and winter mats for $37k. No nav system.Thought that was a pretty good deal. Not many 2007's left. Got it at Highland Park Lexus - very easy to deal with.
just took delivery today of a 2007 rx350awd, white/beige. 18 inchwheels, heated seats/rain sensing wipers, navigation, premium plus, towing prep package, cargo mat, wheel locks, msrp 45706, for 38796+tags/tax--40,132 out the door. From Len Stoler Lexus in reistertown, maryland. Bought the car over the phone with the internet manager---walked into the dealer, signed the paperwork, was given a tour of the car, and was out of the dealership within an hour. ... Read More
I've seen several requests for info on good deals in the SE and Atlanta but few responses. Has anyone received a good deal on an RX in this part of the world? I'm looking for FWD with Nav & Premium Plus and have been told that there are few 2007's equiped like that available and dealers aren't willing to give much of a discount on 2008 models. Can a dealer install ... Read More
Thanks. I've just been told by the Lexus dealer in Seattle that they have no more 2007 RX 350, only the 2008 models. I'm afraid I'm going to be socked for full MSRP. I may try Portland or California, where a Lexus is like an Accord - everywhere.
I would be happy to help you out, briegel. Lexus Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 Lexus RX 350 AWD without the entertainment system with 12,000 miles per year are .00217 and 55%, respectively. When negotiating your lease on this truck, make sure to take the $1,250 dealer cash that Lexus is providing on it into account. It ... Read More
Hi hpt. Since you are new to the world of leasing, you definitely should check out the following informative articles that are available here at Edmunds.com prior to visiting any dealers: 10 Steps to Leasing a New Car and Calculate Your Own Lease Payment. In answer to your specific questions, even though you missed the "December to Remember" sales event, Lexus is still running a pretty attractive lease program on the ... Read More
Ray Catena lexus or bridewater lexus which are in central nj, somerset and monmouth. You could get a 2007 fully equipped with nav for about 40,500 including everything except for doc, license and registration fees.
I want to thank everyone on this board, especially cappieb for posting price info. I also contacted Mission Viejo Lexus, and am picking up my 2007 RX350 AWD ("43" model) for $36,044 plus TTL. The Lexus sales stiffs up here in No Cal could not match that number. Additionally some were rude about price matching (something that suprised me). Talked to Daniella and Mike, and no hassles. Again, thanks!
I've gotten information from these folks before: http://www.hitch-web.com/vhitch.asp?CLID=4&DR=All+Wheel+Drive&MD=RX+350&C=Sport+- Utility&MK=Lexus&Y=2007&DRID=4&YID=89&CID=5&MKID=34&OID=8&MDID=1508&SMID=1&BBID=- 224&VID=31846&BPID=6 They show a few models that fit the RX350, all are exposed slighty below the bumper. There is detailed information on each hitch they have available. The Valley hitch looks like it doesn't stick as far behind/beyond the bumper... What do you think? I wonder if you could contact them before making a purchase?
on 10/15/06 I got my 2007 RX 350 + AWD + Nav white (MSRP $45,706) at Longo Lexus for $39007.42 ( $42600 out of door ). I believe this is the lowest price that I can find. Very good deal on this car. I did some homework before I went to Longo and this is the only dealer I visited. I did send emails to all Lexus dealers around and Longo ... Read More
Hi zerogravguy. Here is some information on Lexus' new January incentive program for you. Lexus is no longer providing lease money factor support on the 2007 RX 350 this month. It replaced its special money factor on this model with $1,250 dealer cash. This dealer cash will help you to negotiate an attractive selling price for the truck that you want, but if you want to lease it through Lexus Financial ... Read More
Hello darballman1. A 2007 Lexus RX 350 AWD with the Premium Plus Package, but no other options has a spread of just under $4,700 between its full MSRP and its dealer invoice price. You are being given a whopping $6,000 discount on the truck that you are interested in. This looks like a very good price to me. Furthermore, the money factor that you were quoted for it is right in ... Read More
I know the 2008's are coming out next month and am interested in any information on signicant discounts or incentives on the 2007 model. I want the model with the navigation system currently around $ 45,000 MSRP. Any chance that the prices might drop to the $ 38,000 range? Also, anyone know what the lease factors/rates would be for 15k miles a year for 24 or 36 months?
Hey Guys, long time reader here, Im interested in leasing a 2007 Lexus RX 350 AWD, Premium Plus with Navigation ... would like to keep payments at or below $490.00 (sub 500 ballpark). My current lease isnt up until september so I have some time yet (nothing fancy.. 2k4 jeep cherokee laredo ltd.. 36k miles, allowed total of 60k) Id bail early if the right deal came along but I dont ... Read More
Calculus: It's Vista Lexus. You have to go in and take the car there and then if they offer you the deal.
No, I paid only $839 out of pocket which was my first months payment and the DMV fees. That was my total drive off I had to pay. The acq fee was added to my cap cost of $37000 plus $600. Also remember from what I have seen posted is that in Calif we seem to get better deals than some places in the country. I have three Lexus dealers within ... Read More
Thanks. I saw your post on the deal you got. So you only paid $839 plus the acq fee and first month payment which roughly is about $2000 out of pocket?? And I'm being quoted $3500 (including incep.) for a cheaper model than yours for 36 months and 12K miles... Yea I seriously have to go re-negotiate my numbers!!!
Candy, if you go back several messages you can see my lease. I just leased on a 48 month lease. Yes the residual does go down (45%)however thats offset by the additional 12 months to pay off. In fact you should find your lease payment decrease by about $9 a month when you go to 48 months. Also thats a great way to go because the car is covered under warranty ... Read More
Thank you so mch for your help. I called around to a few dealers and they pretty much had the same prices. I wanna see if i take away about $500-$1000 from the down payment and make it a 48 month lease maybe I'll be better off but that's assuming that with it being a 48 month lease the residual doesn't go down that much... Thanks alot for your help! :) ... Read More
I think you should be able to do better. I suggest you contact a few dealers in your area via phone or email. Outline to them what you are looking for on the car and what lease terms. Tell them exactly what options you want. Those cars only come in a couple configurations in each area. Make sure you tell each one the same thing. Then compare what they tell you. ... Read More
I live in Miami, Florida. The dealership is in Pembroke Pines, Fl. I thought $3500 may be a bit too much. So you're saying my payment should be about $387 more or less w/tax?
Doesn't sound like too good a deal to me. Too much missing information. I dont know where you are to determine if the selling price (cap cost) is appropriate. For Ca it might still be a little high. But the worse part is the $3500 down. If you assume the $3500 includes your first pmt, plus lease fee $600 plus DMV...that only comes up to about $1300...the rest is just paydown...So ... Read More
Hey i was quoted the following on an 07 RX 350 and wanted to know if I got a good deal. 2007 RX 350: w/Premium Plus Pckg. (HID Lights, Heated Seats, etc) MSRP: $41,500 Sale Price: $36,288 Down Payment (inc. inceptions): $3500 12,000 Miles, 36 Months $429 a month inc. tax Not very sure of money factor or residual but I can ask the salesperson. DOes this sound like a good ... Read More
Here's the information that you're looking for, smh12. Lexus Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 RX 350 AWD without the entertainment system with 12,000 miles per year are .00133 and 57%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a FWD model are .00133 and 56%. The addition of navigation has no impact upon these trucks' lease ... Read More
Greetings Ethan. Since you are new to the world of leasing, you definitely should check out the following informative articles that are available here at Edmunds.com prior to visiting any dealers: 10 Steps to Leasing a New Car and Calculate Your Own Lease Payment. Now let's take a look at the lease that you were quoted. The selling price that you are being given on this truck looks very good to ... Read More
Hello cpa3. Lexus Financial Services' current "December to Remember" lease program for this truck varies depending upon how you want it equipped, how long you lease it for, and its mileage allowance. For now I will assume that you are interested in a 36 month lease of a 2007 RX 350 AWD without the entertainment system with 15,000 miles per year. Let me know if you want some thing different. LFS' ... Read More
Hi kunalb. The reason why the 2007 400h is so much less expensive to lease than the 2007 GS 350 is right now is because its lease program is much more attractive. The 400h has a lower money factor and higher residual values than the GS 350. Lexus Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 RX 400h AWD without ... Read More
Is this a good deal? 2007 RX350 Premium plus package Navigation system with blue tooth and rear back up camera 18" wheels and all season tires Heated front seats and rain sensing wipers some additional minor options 12,000 miles 36 months 0 down MSRP is 44,306 Cap cost $39,863.00 monthly payment is $499 plus tax
Greetings atlantarose. If your credit is in good shape, the money factor that you were quoted for this truck is too high. When it initially introduced its "December to Remember" promotion on November 14th, Lexus buy rate lease money factor for a 48 month lease of the 2007 RX 350 FWD was .00133 for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier. Rumors have been floating around that it was enhanced ... Read More
Hi dslucki. It would be a big help if you were able to post this truck's full MSRP. This will show how much of a discount you are being given on it. When Lexus initially introduced its "December to Remember" sales event on November 14th, its base special money factor for the 2007 RX 350 was .00133 for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier. This lease program was scheduled ... Read More
Here is the lease quote I received yesterday (Sunday) from Longo Lexus in Southern California: 2007 AWD RX 350 MSRP: $ 43.055 Capitalized Cost: $ 37,200. Drive Off: $ 850. 36 months/12K miles $ 451. + tax = Total Payment: $ 486. 55 Note bad of a deal. Seems to be a glut of RX 350 here in Southern Ca. Went on Crown Lexus's lot on Sunday (John Elway's dealership), and ... Read More
Hey en2life. Lexus' current lease program for the 2007 RX 350 isn't bad, but traditionally Lexus provides its best deals of the year during its "December to Remember" sales event. I expect Lexus to roll out this year-end promotion on November 22nd. If I personally was in the market for this truck I might be inclined to wait until then to get one. Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
I live in western NY. Can't say the dealers out here are competitive, whether in Buffalo, Rochester or Syracuse. Can anyone within a 5-6 hours driving distance from out here direct me to a great dealer that will discount a 2007 RX-350? I'm thinking as far west as Cleveland, as far east as Boston, as far south as NJ...downstate NY.....eastern PA....and even to the DC area. Please advise. The dealers here ... Read More
Hi jack1963. The truck that you described has a spread of around $5,000 between its MSRP and dealer invoice price. You were quoted a discount of around $2,200 on it. I have seen other community members get better prices than this. Try stopping by the following discussion to see how much others have paid for similar trucks: "Lexus RX 330 / RX 350: Prices Paid & Buying Experience". When you arrive ... Read More
You're very welcome, mxv2003. Lexus Financial Services' new October buy rate lease money factor for the 2007 RX 350 is .00163 for consumers who qualify for its Tier 1+ credit tier. Make sure to have the dealer you are working with use this factor to calculate your truck's monthly payment. The selling price that you were quoted for this truck appears to be very close to dealer invoice, which is an ... Read More
Hi val3ntin3s. It is likely going to be fairly expensive for you to get out of your ES 300 lease now if it is not scheduled to expire until April of next year. If I was in your situation, I would wait until I was closer to the scheduled end date of my current lease to get something new. If were to lease a base 2007 RX 350 AWD through Lexus ... Read More
Hey djdez. According to the latest information that I have see, Lexus Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor for the 2007 RX 350 AWD is .00175. Where did you hear that it is lower than that? Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2007 Lexus RX 350 AWD... with an MSRP of $43,033 and a selling price of $39,723 through Lexus Financial Services right now for 36 months with 12,000 miles per year, your zero down, pre-tax monthly payment should be around $513. Car_man: Hi, first time post. I had a question on your calculation because I first couldn't get the same number you ... Read More
Hello drewman8. I can give you an idea of what this truck's current lease program is like. This information will enable you to make sure that the dealer that you are working with is not trying to mark your vehicle's money factor up to add additional back-end profit to your deal. Through September 4th, Lexus Financial Services' buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a lease of a 2007 ... Read More
Here's the info that you are looking for, jsmil4901. Through September 4th, Lexus Financial Services' buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 RX 350 AWD without the entertainment system with 15,000 miles per year are .00175 and 57%, respectively. Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
Greetings sdani. Through September 4th, Lexus Financial Services' buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease the 2007 RX 350 AWD without the entertainment system with 12,000 miles per year are .00175 and 59%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its "Tier 1+" credit tier. I completely agree that you should not pay a $2,500 down payment on a lease of this truck. Let's recalculate its ... Read More
I just leased a 2007 RX 350 with Premium Pkg and 18" Alloy and Heated Seats from Lexus of Westminster. Great exeperience. I have leased many cars in my life and this was as easy as any. I would highly recommend them. MSRP 41,473 Cap Cost - 35,987 48 months 18,000 miles per year. I added on Chrome rims for $1151. this was included in lease and residualized. monthly pmt - ... Read More
I bought 2007 RX-350 with premium plus with heated seats and the other basic stuff(without nav), at 1600 below the invoice. It was 35500 + tax = 38600. The date of purchase was the beginning of this month, and I believe that you guys can buy lower than I paid. To my search, the lowest near LA is longo lexus. Find dealer Ed. Hope this be helpful.
Lexus Announces Pricing on 2007 RX 350 Option Packages TORRANCE, Calif., July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Lexus announced today that the RX 350, the top-selling luxury SUV, is now available with a savings of $900 on its most popular option packages. The new RX 350, available as both front-wheel drive (FWD) and all-wheel drive (AWD) models, features a powerful 3.5-liter V6 engine that improves both performance and fuel efficiency. The 2007 models ... Read More
I just purchased a used RX 330 from Ron Coury at Stevens Creek Lexus in Santa Clara. He was absolutely great to work with and -- if anyone can do this locally -- he can. I shopped Putnam and Serramonte as well. Ron was far superior not only in listening to what my needs were, but also giving me a great price without all of the b.s. that usually accompanies a ... Read More
me too, I need to get one asap. please mail me the dealer/sales person/phone number. Thanks,
wow!! $1800 below invoice for 2007 Lexus RX 350 Can you pl give us your RX350 specs and dealer location? Send me the Sales person details. I need to get one ASAP. Appreciate a quick response.
Hi ebg. 48 month leases are not more popular for three main reasons. The first is that many automakers do not provide lease support on 48 month terms. This is the case with Honda and Toyota. I suspect that they don't provide support on 48 month leases because they want their customers to come back and get a new vehicle sooner than that, which makes sense. This isn't an issue with ... Read More
Hi screwjack. Lexus Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor (as of July 27th) for the 2007 RX 350 is .00175. I would be happy to use this number to estimate what your lease payment should be on this truck, however in order for me to do so I need you to provide me with its full MSRP. Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
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