I got an offer on a 2017 Lexus NX200t F-sport for about $400/mo (includes 9.25% sales tax) with these numbers provided by dealer in Southern California:
Sell: $39240 (11% discount)
Drive off: $1900 (includes Acq fee, DMV, first payment, taxes, etc…nothing rolled into the payment)
I put in the numbers in the lease calculator and I’m getting just about the same numbers so there doesn’t seem to be any hidden fees that I can see. I used MF of 0.00080 and 59% RV (36/10K) and $2000 Lease cash.
What do you guys think? Can I do better on the sell price? Someone posted an offer back in March where they got a selling price of $38,700 for this same MSRP. I’m hoping that I can least get to that price.
I will be doing the 9 MSDs, but still want to see if there is room on the selling price.
Yes I’ve got one of those. So right now the price is 11% off MSRP and the lease numbers match what I get on the lease calculator. But I want to try to get a lower selling price around 12% off MSRP or even try for 13% off (don’t know if it is attainable). What’s the best way to now work on the selling price with them?
Yes if I do 9 MSDs and the 1K PGA cert than I’m doing to $316/mo with tax. I’m trying to get this down to close to $300/mo with tax. That is why I want to get that selling price of 12%-13% off MSRP. 12% off should get me right around $303/mo point. Which if they don’t budge from that I will be OK with it.
If you were local to me, I’d see what I could do.
I’d say since these NX F-sports are hot and its the managers job to make some profit when possible, its going to be hard to find a store that will go an appreciable (if any) lower on the deal.