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Hi All: I am a Lutheran Pastor who can’t seem to retire….I work 1/4 time at a wonderful church in Chandler, AZ. Previous lives were as a Paramedic, college professor and equine reproductive physiologist. I got my new A-Spec after looking at a Type S and fainted at the dealer markup. I traded a 2019 RDX A-Spec.
My background: I owned an Integra Type R about 25 years ago (champ white). I sold a 2019 RAV4 to help pay for the ITS. I saw my ITS about a week ago on a semi local dealer lot. I thought it was a Tiger Eye color. Emailed a sales manager back and forth. It turned out to be a Liquid Silver used car. Yes, used. I drove it last Saturday after talking numbers. In order to get under Connecticut's tax increase for a transaction over $50k he discounted to to $49,396. It turned out they bought it to someone who said they didn't want to pay so much. By purchasing it as a used car, I got the CPO warranty too. This past Monday I brought my RAV4 to have them give a number for trade, $24.2k. KBB said $24.8. But CarMax said $25k. Then Carvana said on line $25.6k. That was better. Then I went by where I bought the RAV. They said $26,540. Deal. I hit my Credit Union and got a check for the bulk of the cost, and I'd use a credit card to cover the rest. Tuesday I went back with the check and credit card and my old plates. I was back on the road by 3:00 PM. Out The Door was $53,407 (tax, reg, doc fees) for a Certified Pre-owned 2024 Integra Type S.