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Honda Odyssey, Van
#20910 of 30572 Re: 2009 Odyssey - Is this a good price? [ibuyufo]
Nov 02, 2008 (7:10 am)
Sure. For the Touring 4-door van (without run flat tires) they would be charging $36,586 plus Destination charge of $670.
So my question still remains. Is a $100 to $200 above dealer invoice a good deal or in general, people have been able to do better than that on a 2009 Odyssey. I know there are special deals to clear out the 2008's but I'm focused on 2009 for now.
My second thought is I wonder if Honda is going to lower the Financing charge for 2009's once the 2008's are gone. With the Prime rate dropping again, my thought is that 2.9% financing may be too high compared to their competition. What does everyone think?
#20911 of 30572 Re: 2009 Odyssey - Is this a good price? [roccop2]
Nov 02, 2008 (11:16 am)
I paid $36,815 for my 2009 touring. That was the lowest I could get about a month ago. I added a couple of options so it came out to be $41k out the door after all the added taxes and stuff.
#20912 of 30572 Anyone deal with Boch in MA recently on an Odyssey?
Nov 06, 2008 (1:40 pm)
Looks like from their website that they still have 100+ 2008's in stock... have to imagine there are some pretty good deals to be had to clear out all of the 08 inventory... if anyone has dealt with Boch and can share pricing.. would be appreciated!
#20913 of 30572 Re: Anyone deal with Boch in MA recently on an Odyssey? [airoops]
Nov 06, 2008 (4:57 pm)
I just paid $26,300 for a 2008 EX-L w/out NAV two days ago. Awesome deal...I kept thinking while I was completing the paperwork, hurry up before somebody figures out they screwed up the numbers.
This van has everything but the NAV which I already have in a portable unit. Got the color the wife wanted and the kids got DVD system to keep them occupied during the roadtrips.
#20914 of 30572 Re: Anyone deal with Boch in MA recently on an Odyssey? [phinman1]
Nov 06, 2008 (6:23 pm)
Is the $26,300 price you paid for 08 EX-L with RES is OTD price or the base price?
#20915 of 30572 2007 EXL w NAV & RES
Nov 06, 2008 (6:57 pm)
I'm looking at a Honda Certified EXL w NAV & RES. It looks to be in great shape. The downside is that it has 52,000 miles. The asking price is $22,600.
Does that seem like a good price? What should I offer?
#20916 of 30572 Re: Anyone deal with Boch in MA recently on an Odyssey? [phinman1]
Nov 06, 2008 (7:09 pm)
Is this OTD price, if so is it MA tax?
Also, did you get any special finance from Honda i.e. 1.9% for 36 months or 3.9% for 60 months?
#20917 of 30572 Re: 2007 EXL w NAV & RES [wingnut330]
Nov 06, 2008 (9:06 pm)
You are at $6000 - 6500 difference from from an equivalant 2008 EX-L RES/NAV. Plus when you factor in the 0.9% financing the difference will shrink even more (about 5000). Remember the 2008 is the year of the refresh and it has many added extra features over the 2007 (pwr passenger seat, mp3/aux, tri-zone, restyled front/rear & more). Plus the MSRP is 1500 more than 07. I have never seen incentives like this ever on Odysseys. I purchased mine back in June when the cashback was only 2k.
You will have a FULL warranty on the new one whereas the 07 is out of warranty. In my opinion it should be a no brainer to purchase a brand new. If the 07 was about 19500 or less than the difference may be weighed out.
#20918 of 30572 2009 EXL with RES
Nov 07, 2008 (4:06 am)
Getting ready to pull the trigger on a 2009 EXL with RES - best price I can get is $32,159 which includes wheel locks, splash guards, and rear cargo tray.
They are also giving me a nice amount for my trade (2003 Jeep)
What do you think? I know the deals are better on the 2008, but my wife really wants the power lift gate. Thoughts?
#20919 of 30572 Re: 2008 Odyssey EX-L RES+NAV [dordav]
Nov 07, 2008 (6:33 am)
Can you elaborate on the EX-L RES NAV deal that you got from Howdy Honda?
Edmunds shows cost + destination to be 33,089. was you net cost after subtractracting $3500 incentive $29589, or did you factor in the dealers volume rebates to determine cost?