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Honda Odyssey, Van
#19380 of 30569 Bought 2005 from Willis Honda in NJ
Jun 04, 2008 (7:17 am)
I just purchased a certified pre owned honda odyssey from Willis Honda in Burlington, NJ. Overall it was a good experience, but they did try to get one over on me with loan interest and "accidently" putting the wrong price on paperwork!! they had 19,995 so the tax went higher etc.. but of course i noticed right away. The car is in great shape, looks brand new. It was listed at 21,995 at the dealer, but I got a special internet pricing at 18,995 before tax and fees. 43,000 miles. Maybe I got one of your traded in odysseys? I'ts silver, with a dark grey interior.
#19381 of 30569 Re: Bought new 2008 Honda Odyssey EX-L w/ DVD RES [satbuilder]
Jun 04, 2008 (7:21 am)
It was $28,647 (including $635 destination charge) + 6% tax (in PA suburb) + $148 (for doc fee, title, reg etc) = $30,514 (out-the-door)
With this deal I don't believe the dealership made any money. According to my calculation, they must have only made close to $89. Out of that $100 (or more) has to be paid to the salesguy, so they ended up losing money on this deal. I don't believe the manager present on the day we bought the van was not too happy with the salesman on the deal. We actually saw him getting angry at the salesguy. It was another manager who had OK'd the price to the salesguy. I just got lucky I guess.
Good luck on your search..
#19382 of 30569 Re: Got Delivery Ex. [coolpete]
Jun 04, 2008 (7:26 am)
It should be $1350 less as I had 0%. Honda I understand has a new offer additional 1000$ off so give em a call for the latest
#19383 of 30569 Re: Got Delivery Ex. [hiyasser]
Jun 04, 2008 (8:00 am)
I have asked for an update quote, lets see what they get back with.
#19384 of 30569 Re: Honda Odyssey EX without Financing [ylu]
Jun 04, 2008 (8:06 am)
Hendrick Honda in Woodbridge, VA
#19385 of 30569 Re: Bought new 2008 Honda Odyssey EX-L w/ DVD RES [rkemminivan]
Jun 04, 2008 (8:32 am)
Don't give any mercy to the dealer. Car dealers always find ways to make money that consumers never heard/think of.
For example: I saw this somewhere and is not well-known by us ... Honda Fianace will give $500 to dealer on pay-off Honda auto-lease.
#19386 of 30569 What is the right price for Honday Odyssey EX?
Jun 04, 2008 (9:25 am)
This is the informaiton I found on Edmunds website
Honda Odyssey EX with Destination:
25,598 What others are paying
2,000 Dealer Cash cannot be combined with other offers
2,000 Dealer Finance Cash. May not be combined with the $2000 stand alone Dealer Cash.
.9% apr Cannot be combined with $2000 dealer cash.
If I don't need financing what should be the price I should target? Is it 25,598 - 2,000 - 2000 = 21,598? Or is it 26,864 - 2,000 - 2,000 = 22,864? Or can I not combine the two 2,000s and better off financing it using one of the rebates?
Thanking you in advance. I appreciate your answers very much.
#19387 of 30569 2008 Touring Model
Jun 04, 2008 (9:29 am)
We are considering the 2008 Touring and have a quote of 35,500 which rises to $38,400 after our lovely 7% sales tax and registration. Anyone think we can do better?
Also, can someone confirm the new incentive that just started yesterday is simply a combination of the cash back and low financing?
#19388 of 30569 Re: Honda Odyssey EX without Financing [coolpete]
Jun 04, 2008 (10:04 am)
can you tell me which dealer you got this price? Thanks.
#19389 of 30569 Re: At the risk of sounding thick.... [pathosrising]
Jun 04, 2008 (10:59 am)
I believe that you can get the $2000 and the 2.9% financing. I am about to make a deal on a Honda Odyssey EX. We have agreed upon $25,600 plus TTL, and the sales person said that I would be eligiable for the 2.9% financing at this price. The invoice price on this vehicle is $26,864, so the dealship must be getting $2000 back and still making a profit of roughly $700.