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#18497 of 30569 Re: any prices in IL [semantic2]
Mar 03, 2008 (4:56 pm)
Although we are not in Illinois ( I'm originally from Palos Park, IL) we purchased
an 08 Touring no-pax today in Milwaukee, WI. as we live in Appleton, WI. BTW Wilde Honda is Wisconsin's largest Honda dealer.
and they were extremely courteous and professional during the purchase process.
Since we are neighbors, here are the numbers:
Sale price $34,160.00 (includes destination)
Cross Bars $250.00 (All options include installation)
All season pack. $494.00 (includes mud flaps, all season mats, trunktray
Door edge guards $86.00
Wheel locks $101.00
Fenderwell trim $142.00
Darkwood trim, dashboard $250.00
Darkwood trim window
switch & cupholders $264.00
Service fee $119.00
2006 Odyssey EXL trade -$21,300.00 35K miles good condition
sales tax 5% $728.30
title fee $89.00
Out the door price $15383.30
How did I do? My guess is somewhere in the middle. Be careful about your trade. The local idiot internet sales person in Appleton wanted to give me
$17,700 for my trade. I politely told him where he could stick his offer. ( keep
clear of Gustman Honda in Appleton, WI) BTW keep a sharp eye on the calculations. It appears Wilde charged me the service fee twice ( $119.00
plus tax) I'm sure it was not intentional. I would also like to thank all of the Odyssey contributors to this website who aided me in this deal. I could not have
done this deal without all of your input. Thank you!!!!!!! I hope this will help someone else get a good deal on their new Touring no pax.
Also the deal was all internet excluding the visit for the trade. I was surprised to see two dealers up here who never responded to internet quotes. Wilde clearly wants the business and they earned it.
#18498 of 30569 Re: Target price for EX-L in Southern California? [1timeposter]
Mar 03, 2008 (6:25 pm)
It seems good price to me.
Also, it seems the dealership didn't charge for other fees.
OTD (-) Purchase Price (-) Sale Tax = $330 (.. registration?)
Could you tell me the name of the dealership?
#18499 of 30569 Re: any prices in IL [medema7]
Mar 04, 2008 (11:18 am)
that seems like a pretty good price. but i think the double $119 charge stems from one for the trade-in and one for the actual purchase of the new ODY. still very good deal. I doubt i would get much for my 99 accord to trade in with 122,000 miles on it.
#18500 of 30569 Re: Target price for EX-L in Southern California? [cambrea]
Mar 04, 2008 (3:02 pm)
Sure, it is Wilde Honda in Milwaukee, WI
The only fees were the service charge of 119 dollars ( standard when you buy a car from them) BTW, the dealer admitted the double service charge error.
The title fee of 89 dollars and 5% sales tax. I avoided a $79.00 license plate
charge because I'm using new WI plates that have never been used since we moved here last summer. We will finally take off the PA plates when we trade in the 06 Odyssey. I'll assume I'll have to pay the state a registration fee at some point in the future.
#18501 of 30569 Re: any prices in IL [semantic2]
Mar 05, 2008 (7:16 am)
I received this from Pauly Honda, thier internet sales gave this price:
This is what I got:
08 NON PAX TOURING W/NAV&RES
ALL SEASON MATS
$34050+TTL (includes destination)
#18502 of 30569 Dealer cash on LEASE only?
Mar 05, 2008 (12:43 pm)
Since my wife's MDX lease is maturing in April, I have decided to purchase or lease 2008 Honda Odyssey EX-L model. We have a new born and need more cargo room to carry lots of stuffs.
I have intention to keep this Odyssey for at least 5 years or so. Therefore, purchase would make sense to me.
However, while I was surfing few Odissey forums, it seems like there is $2,000 dealer cash (incentives from Honda to dealer) for lease. But, I couldn't find such thing for purchase at this time.
In such case, it would be a lot easier to get lower price when I negotiate as lease? In other words, I can lease for the first three years, with lower capitalization cost (than purchase), and defer purchase at the end of lease term... and overally it would be benefit to me. Correct?
#18503 of 30569 Re: Dealer cash on LEASE only? [cambrea]
Mar 05, 2008 (1:11 pm)
Incentives & Rebates
2008 Honda Odyssey
Touring 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
Manufacturer to Customer
Rebates There are no customer or dealer cash rebates or incentives available at this time.
Financing There are no low APR incentives available at this time.
Leasing There are no special lease terms available at this time.
Manufacturer to Dealer:
$2000 Cash to Dealer start: 03/04/2008 end: 04/30/2008
Restrictions Dealer Cash cannot be combined with the 2008 Odyssey special AHFC lease/purchase plan.
Comments Dealer participation may vary. Incentives and Rebates are provided subject to the terms of our Visitor Agreement.
I don't think the marketing support is limited to leases, but YMMV.
#18504 of 30569 Re: Dealer cash on LEASE only? [jimbob1]
Mar 05, 2008 (2:27 pm)
correct. you can either get $2k for purchase or lease w/ the special money factor, but you can't do both.
of course, not all dealers might be willing to share the full $2k w/o a fight since it's fact to dealer money. however, thanks to competition, most dealers will cough it up when pressed.
#18505 of 30569 Touring w/o PAX in Atlanta
Mar 06, 2008 (7:04 am)
Picked up a 2008 Touring w/o PAX at Gwinnett Place Honda earlier this week.
Pricing was as follows --
Total Car = $34,339.09
Trade-In = $17,000 (2005 Pilot)
Balance = $17,339
Doc Fees = $399
Sub Total = $17,738.09
7% Tax = $1,241.66
Title Fees = $31.00
Trade Balance Owed = $2,882.27
Total out the Door = $21,492.27
Hope this helps others get similar, or even better, deals!
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Mar 06, 2008 (10:31 am)
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