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Old 01-07-2012, 04:05 PM   #1
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Residual on a 2008 TSX?

Hi,

Does anyone know what the residual on a manual non-navi 2008 TSX is after 3 years according to Acura? CBB says trade-in value is ~$18000 and I know a current TSX off a 2 year lease is worth about 22-23k.

I'm about to negotiate with someone whose TSX is coming off lease this month and want to get an idea of how much profit is in it for him.

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Old 01-07-2012, 06:00 PM   #2
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Car value depends on all mileage, accidents, options, etc...so you should be asking yourself whether the car is worth its asking price or not. I wouldn't take a low mileage tsx with major accidents even if its residual value is as low as $18,000. Compare your choices with the ones on the market and decide on what suits you best. If the deal is good, then go for it. Don't waste too much efforts trying to figure out what the guy's profit is, if it's good for both sides then it's a win-win. (You can of course try to negotiate) Good luck with getting your TSX!

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