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What do U guys generally paying 4 these?

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Old 09-24-2007, 04:03 PM
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I am likely about to get my TSX here in a few weeks... I need to know what you owners paid for them: '07s and '08s. The salesman at the showroom told me that people frequently pay over MSRP, but I don't believe him- he's a d-head who wants to rip me off. So, what are you guys generally paying for these? Specify the options too? I need an idea of what kind of price to try to settle for when I go talk to the d-head.

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Old 09-25-2007, 04:23 PM
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Hey Friend


I dnt knw abt the 07 or 08 models, butI have 06 TSX. I got it new and was able to convience the dealer for almost2k less then MSRP. Possible reason was I got myTSX in the mth of sept which is very close tothe launch of07 model, sothey want to get done with 06 TSXs.


I hope this helped
 
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you can buy my 06 w/36k for 23k.
 
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fully loaded your looking at $28 grand ball park and a non-navi around $26 grand thats before tax and tags. But hope you went with the 06 model. 06 models come with more power.. that did more with the internals.. higher flowing cams/etc.Edited by: I-VtecDoYou
 
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What!? A fully loaded one (with nav, spoilers, etc) couldn't be 28K. It would be around 35K. This is in reference to the '08 models which start at $28,190 (30,290 for nav). If you're referring to an older model that has a lower MSRP then it's understandable, but there's no way a fully loaded one can be 28K.

But what I need to know: what's the difference between the MSRP and the actual price you paid. Then I need to know what year it is. I'm looking at an '08 model that is about $29,200 after adding options. I am hoping for around 27K. Is this feasible?
 
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Originally Posted by miked8887
What!? A fully loaded one (with nav, spoilers, etc) couldn't be 28K. It would be around 35K. This is in reference to the '08 models which start at $28,190 (30,290 for nav). If you're referring to an older model that has a lower MSRP then it's understandable, but there's no way a fully loaded one can be 28K.

But what I need to know: what's the difference between the MSRP and the actual price you paid. Then I need to know what year it is. I'm looking at an '08 model that is about $29,200 after adding options. I am hoping for around 27K. Is this feasible?

im not adding tax and tags since your APR will vary. but again, its possible to walked out the dealership with a TSXat alil over28K.. my cousin did. Paid alil over 28K out the door, tax and tags fully loaded with nav. Back in 04 when i purchased my TSX it wasalmost 29Kfully loaded walked out tax and tags for 32. So depends on the dealer and time you go to purchase the car. Alot of the options are standard except Nav on the newer models.
 
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i bought a 07 tsx w/ 9400 miles NAVI package for 26.5k, that was after taxes & registration. I think i got a great deal...
 
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Thanks for the input, but I already bought mine... I got a red '06 in November 2007. It's previous owner was a corporate fleet lease. It had 17K miles. I paid $22,500. Considering the other cars in my area, their mileage and prices, it was the best deal I found... and it runs great.
 
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28k final price on mine this past weekend. no navigation, no sport wheel package. credit sucks, so got it for 550 a month. lease.





i will get my summer (stylin') wheels on ebay for 400 bucks instead of being ripped off by acura at 1500 for a set. also acura quoted me 350 for tinted windows 3m film. sorry, got another guy doin it for 180 and i still get a lifetime warranty. wheel and deal, that's how to get it done.
 
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Originally Posted by I-VtecDoYou


Originally Posted by miked8887
What!? A fully loaded one (with nav, spoilers, etc) couldn't be 28K. It would be around 35K. This is in reference to the '08 models which start at $28,190 (30,290 for nav). If you're referring to an older model that has a lower MSRP then it's understandable, but there's no way a fully loaded one can be 28K.

But what I need to know: what's the difference between the MSRP and the actual price you paid. Then I need to know what year it is. I'm looking at an '08 model that is about $29,200 after adding options. I am hoping for around 27K. Is this feasible?

im not adding tax and tags since your APR will vary. but again, its possible to walked out the dealership with a TSXat alil over28K.. my cousin did. Paid alil over 28K out the door, tax and tags fully loaded with nav. Back in 04 when i purchased my TSX it wasalmost 29Kfully loaded walked out tax and tags for 32. So depends on the dealer and time you go to purchase the car. Alot of the options are standard except Nav on the newer models.





wow, even with my employee afilliated discount, i still couldnt get the nav without raising the price by 3k. whoever vtec is, he's got some acura connections to get this deal....or SOME major connections....
 
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