How is this deal possible?
An all-new RDX will be released later this year, so Acura has sweetened incentives and rates to move this popular luxury SUV off the lots. Through April 2, 2018, Acura RDX models leased through Acura Financial Services get a lease cash incentive ranging from $3,050 (base configuration) to $3,300 (Technology Package or Advance Package).
Inventories of RDX are high right now, so expect a decent dealer discount on top of these incentives. We wouldn't be surprised if the upmarket RDX is cheaper to lease than its mainstream corporate cousin, Honda CR-V.
How do I get this deal?
This deal requires an ambitious but feasible dealer discount of $2,400, or 6.5% off MSRP, on a base $36,995 Acura RDX. Your exact selling price will depend on factors like location and inventory. We recommend contacting a few dealers in your area and asking for their best price before incentives.
This deal assumes a 36-month lease. Acura Financial Services has set the 36-month residual value for RDX at 58% of MSRP, assuming 10,000 miles per year. The residual value drops by 1% for a lease with 12,000 miles per year (or 3% at 15,000 miles per year).
RDX models with Technology Package or Advance Package have a residual value that's 2% lower than the base car.
The promotional money factor (MF) currently offered by Acura Financial Services is .00039, equivalent to 0.94% APR. Note that this rate requires excellent credit.
About Acura RDX
RDX doesn't have the elegance or thrill of some other compact luxury SUVs (e.g., Audi Q5, BMW X3, or Mercedes GLC), but it's a competent and sensible vehicle that's one step above mainstream SUVs like Honda CR-V or Toyota RAV4.
With its potent V6 engine, RDX packs a punch and delivers a well-rounded experience. It's also one of the best lease deals in its class right now.
Get started! Current program is valid through April 2, 2018.
Use Leasehackr Calculator to customize your own inputs, such as the MSRP and selling price. The link below will take you to a sample deal of a 2018 Acura RDX ($36,995 MSRP) assuming 6.5% off MSRP, excellent credit, California registration fees and taxes (OC), and 10,000 miles per year. It translates to $318 per month ($342 per month after tax) and $1,103 in drive-offs.
See the breakdown on the calculator.