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#19853 of 30573 Re: 2007 Honda Odyssey - EX-L [rasu57]
Jul 27, 2008 (8:27 pm)
Promotion til end of July ... the Aug month promotion should be up online by 8/6 or 7
New 2008 EXL MSRP of $32,880
Save Over $7,888 off MSRP
Stock#: 51134, 51343, 52196, 52733, 53541, 53688
Buy For $24,988 OR Lease for only $248
* Best have No Trade-in or they give your trade a much lower price than Kelley's to make up profit.
* Floor manager will probably double-dip on the dest charge. Reject it since the dest charge already included MSRP (the last amount before the total)
* b4 you travel from N Jersey, best is get the OTD price in writting (email). You can chat with internet sales online.
#19854 of 30573 Re: EX-L w/ DVD in PHL. [belangee]
Jul 28, 2008 (6:31 am)
I just spoke to that dealer. They are saying, that price is not OTD. They are asking me to AD TTL to it. Can you give me any specific sales agent you were working with?
#19855 of 30573 Re: EX-L w/ DVD in PHL. [tn072]
Jul 28, 2008 (9:41 am)
That price is not the out the door price.
$25,900 is the price of the EX-L which includes
Destination and Dealer Prep
You do have to pay for the taxes, title, and license extra. That is correct.
All in all this is a fair deal (at least in my opinion).
I don't know of any place that I have seen that you will get an Odyssey EX-L for $25,900 out the door including TTL.
It says in these posts that you're not allowed to include the name of the salesperson. The first name of the Internet sales person has the first name as the former Yankees slugger who they called Mister October.
#19856 of 30573 EX-L OTD price in DC Area.
Jul 28, 2008 (10:28 am)
In DC area I got an EX-L with appearance package, splash guards, full tank of gas, VA tax of 3%, tags, etc. total OTD for 28,300.
#19857 of 30573 Re: 2008 Touring with nav and res no PAX [marinite]
Jul 28, 2008 (10:34 am)
Deal is 33000 + 635 dest + 8.375 salses tax comes to
36450 out the door.
Hows this sound?
Trying to trade in 2006 touring with nav and res in mint condition(15,000 mi) They are trying to low ball me on this($21000) edmunds says 26000 for trade in. Can anyone let me know a fair trade in price>
#19858 of 30573 Re: 2008 Touring with nav and res no PAX [mss1144]
Jul 28, 2008 (11:22 am)
Lemme see if I understand this: You're buying a brand-new Honda Odyssey Touring R&N for $33635.00 which is $7010.00 UNDER MSRP and $3700.00 UNDER invoice, correct?
With such huge discounts on brand-new Odysseys, what do you think would happen to the value of your current Odyssey? Given that people are buying a brand new one for over $7000.00 OFF MSRP?
Better yet, would you buy a 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring with 15000 miles on it for $26000.00? If the answer is no (which I hope it would be) then why would you expect a dealership to buy it for $26000.00?
I just did a quick search for all 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring vans within 250 miles of Minneapolis. The majority are listed at less then $26000.00. There were nine (out of 87) that were priced higher then $26000.00
The internet can sometimes be a double edge sword in setting unattainable expectations.
#19859 of 30573 Re: 2008 Touring with nav and res no PAX [mplshondadlr]
Jul 28, 2008 (12:13 pm)
In Boston Herb Chambers Honda GUARRANTEE 120% of Kelley's Blue Book FAIR VALUE of your HONDA Trade,...
Your trade is 23,292
Fair Trade in Value 19,410 X 120% based on my zip code
#19860 of 30573 Re: 2008 Touring with nav and res no PAX [bigdadi118]
Jul 28, 2008 (12:18 pm)
IF you pay MSRP for the new car.
#19861 of 30573 Re: 2008 Touring with nav and res no PAX [mplshondadlr]
Jul 28, 2008 (12:26 pm)
Not really, the fine print didn't say any restriction except your trade has to be deternmined on condition -
In May I leased 08 Pilot VP 4WD with Honda's special lease and got 120% of 07 Odyssey LX buy out ....
In the beginning the floor manager wanted MSRP, but I complained to the GM, Howe at downtown, HC has 4 Honda dealerships in MA.
#19862 of 30573 Any trade-in program
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Jul 28, 2008 (12:28 pm)
..that's advertised by the local dealer.. has to be taken with a grain of salt.. They aren't going to pay you more than your trade is really worth, without making it up somewhere else...