2010 Acura TL, TSX Lease Rates – March 2010

logo_acuraUpdate 2: I just go an email from Jerry Ede, my local Acura dealer of choice here in Southern California. The offer is for a 2010 Acura TSX, 36-months / 12k miles per year…MSRP $30,120, sale price $26,911.

$0 drive-off….$389 per month (includes 9.75% LA County sales tax)
$900 drive-off…$359 per month (includes 9.75% LA County sales tax)
$1500 drive-off…$340 per month (includes 9.75% LA County sales tax)

The $1500 drive-off is basically all the inception fees, which makes it around $310 before tax per month. That’s pretty good if you ask me. If you are in the So Cal area and within decent driving distance of Torrance, give him a call. He’s a straight-shooter, so you won’t have to negotiate to get a very low price. For those of you in the NY area and are within driving distance of HondaHarry, you probably want to give him a call. Harry’s been awesome at providing lease rates for everyone, so if you are serious about getting into a Honda or Acura, he’s your guy. I kind of wish he was here in So Cal since I’ve had some crappy luck with Honda dealer around my area.

Update 1: I am adding the TSX numbers onto the same post since I’m too lazy to make a new post about just one car. LOL. Maybe HondaHarry can chime in with some extra updates on the TSX lease rates. 😀 Oh there’s $1000 dealer cash on this ride, so be sure to take that into consideration. The numbers look improved from last month, so for those who waited…good job!

My Take: Thanks to HondaHarry for the Acura TL numbers this month. East Coasters, please show him some love if you are in the market for a new Honda or Acura. For those looking for a Tech, there is $2250 marketing cash available (at least here in CA) which CAN be used on leases. Just be sure to check with your local dealer. I know money factors do in fact vary in certain regions, if you are unfortunately enough to be in one of those locations, your MF will more than likely be higher.

Update: 0.00167 is for a $0 down program.

2010 Acura TSX

2010 Acura TSX
36-month | 15k miles | residual 59% | .00161 base money factor


2010 Acura TL

2010 Acura TL
36-month | 15k miles | residual 58% | .00177 base money factor

2010 Acura TL Tech
36-month | 15k miles | residual 55% | .00177 base money factor

2010 Acura TL SH-AWD
36-month | 15k miles | residual 56% | .00177 base money factor

2010 Acura TL SH-AWD Tech
36-month | 15k miles | residual 53% | .00177 base money factor

2010 Acura TL SH-AWD HPT
36-month | 15k miles | residual 52% | .00177 base money factor

19 thoughts on “2010 Acura TL, TSX Lease Rates – March 2010

  1. I believe the residuals you have posted are for 10K miles and the MF is actually .00177 for March on the east coast.

  2. Hey G these numbers you have are for 10K not 15K. Please make these changes to avoid confusion. and also the MF is .00177. The MF .00167 is for a 0 down program. <–Highly recommended to anyone who is going to buy a TL right now.

  3. Are these MF’s available in Souther CA? I just got off the phone with a dealer and they are quoting .00195 as the lowest.

    • they should be. East Coast and West Coast numbers are usually the same, its the Midwest that seems to vary a little. What dealership are you working with?

    • oh no Jarret! say it ain’t so! I hate the Browning Auto Group (Cerritos Acura, Mazda, Dodge). They will not make a dime from me again! Ever. It’s been about six years, but I still hold deep resentment towards their way of business. Shoot an email to Jerry Ede at Power Acura in Torrance. I got my wife’s 07 TSX from him. Would have gotten another one from him if the lease rates were better on the TSX last month. But bottom line was that the wife wanted to try something different and the 2010 TSX came out a bit too pricey even with hefty discounts.

  4. G, any tips on this lease offer: It’s a 2010 TL Lease. $0 due at signing, $0 first month’s payment, $0 down payment. Excludes taxes, titles and fees. $440/month for 36 months. 10k/year. MSRP $35,915, net cap cost $33,835.11 which includes $595 deal acquisition fee. Seems like a decent deal. What if I wanted the TL Tech, or TL Tech with SH-AWD, plus 15k/year?

    • Regarding the TL lease, assuming the 33835 includes all fees and 1st month payment, then it sound a bit high. If it doesn’t, then it sounds about right. The Tech models have rebates, but if you aren’t financing through AHFC, then you might not qualify.

      As for USAA, I think those are pretty competitive prices…isn’t this bank like a credit union were you gotta be a member in order to get some of the services?

  5. FYI, my bank, USAA, offers a car buying service:
    TL Base: MSRP-$35,915 / USAA-$31,133
    TL Tech: MSRP-$39,645 / USAA-$34,054
    TL Tech SH-AWD-$43,195 / USAA-$37,309

  6. The TL lease deal is a nationwide Acura lease deal that goes through March 31, 2010. It says it excludes taxes, titles, and fees.

    As for USAA:
    United Services Automobile Association (USAA) is a Fortune 500[2] financial services company offering banking, investing, and insurance to people and families that serve, or served, in the United States military.

    USAA was founded in 1922 by a group of U.S. Army officers to self-insure each other when they were unable to secure auto insurance due to the perception that they were a high-risk group.[3] USAA has since expanded to serve all members of the Armed Forces and all who served honorably in the US Armed Forces, as well as their families with property & casualty insurance, banking, life insurance, investment and financial planning products and services.

  7. Keep in mind guys when you lease thru AHFC you get the $1500 damage waiver and there is no dispo fee at the end, i’m not sure about USAA, but guys please stay away from HANN there might give you a better monthly payments but they sure as hell will screw you at the end.

  8. These are the initial numbers I got for the Acura TL $0 down sign and drive lease, which I see has been extended through May.

    “The TL tech would be $539.58 plus tax and the AWD Tech would be 615.51 plus tax. Due at delivery would be tax for the month, title and a $95 service fee.”

    Obviously too high.

  9. $2250 Dealer Cash on Tech Models is gone. Only incentive I see now is $1750 dealer cash on non-tech models.

  10. RE: Previous Post.

    I stand corrected. Looks like the $2250 dealer cash on tech models has been extended through 5/3/10.

  11. Looking for the residuals for this month on a 36/36 rather than a 36/45. Do yuo have those G? I’m guessing it will be around 58-59%

    • they should be 2% high than what’s posted. I think last month’s incentives are still in effect this month. I have yet to confirm the bank rates and residuals though.

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