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#21077 of 30569 2007 Honda odyssey EX, 20K miles, for $18,000.00
Dec 03, 2008 (10:56 am)
I also have an offer for 2007 honda EX with 20K miles on it. The guy is asking for $18,000 for it. it has basic warranty on it upto 36,000 and 60,000 powertrain warranty. the van looks good but does have some minor scratches on the front and side. very minor dents. however, the interior looks a little dirty. may need cleaning. he is saying that he bought it in an auction for 18K and not selling because he needs money.
Do you guys think that it is a good price? I still have to pay tax on it though+registeration fees. let me know, I need to decide soon.
#21078 of 30569 Re: 2007 Honda odyssey EX, 20K miles, for $18,000.00 [range1]
Dec 03, 2008 (11:40 am)
See what prices are others selling re same car at autotrader.com or cars.com
In my area dealer listed price ...
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#21079 of 30569 Just bought my 08 Odyssey EX-L with RES - NJ
Dec 03, 2008 (1:10 pm)
Selling Price 26,100
State Tax 7 % [or 7.4 %] 1,873.90
N J Tire Tax 7.50
DMV Fee 342.30
Grand Total 29,342.70
#21080 of 30569 Re: What do you guys think? [tampa2]
Dec 03, 2008 (5:07 pm)
Remember in 2007 the RES/Navi were both optional on the touring with PAX standard on all tourings.
FYI: I got my 2008 touring (standard RES/Navi, no PAX) black/black combination for $32,149 includes destination (only other fee than tax was $95 dealer fee). Anyone getting higher is likely paying too much but there are fewer 2008's out there.
The pedals are adjustable on the 2008 and works nicely.
If you need further dealer info (midwest) you can email me at minivansrockgmail.com.
#21081 of 30569 2008 Honda EX-L +NAV/RES best pricing?
Dec 05, 2008 (2:37 am)
Seems like back a few pages there was at least a deal or two with a new 2008 EX-L with RES and NAVI for about $30,000 out the door (car+tax, license, prep, and whetever). Did the possibility of getting that low go away when November ended and that $3500 dealer incentive went away, or is is still on the table? Using Autotrader I can find a number of dealers that still have quite a few of these within a four hour drive radius, so I'm getting read to email all of them, but I want to know if this is an achievable price in December in California/Oregon.
Thanks in advance.
#21082 of 30569 Re: 2008 Honda EX-L +NAV/RES best pricing? [hondaphan]
Dec 05, 2008 (6:56 am)
I am looking for the exact same vehicle in the Houston area. The $3500 incentive is effective until Jan. 5, however, so that is good news for me, too.
#21083 of 30569 Re: 2008 Honda EX-L +NAV/RES best pricing? [hondaphan]
Dec 05, 2008 (7:12 am)
I am also looking for the same type of vehicle, in CA (or Oregeon/Washington) can you let me know what you hear from people?
My husband has seen listings (whether/not they can deliver) on carsdirect for $28,600 plus tax & license. Which is closer to $32K when all is said/done. We'd love to get OTD at around $30k.
#21084 of 30569 Re: Hugh White Honda in Columbus A++++ [arvai2]
Dec 05, 2008 (11:41 am)
Were there any dealer installed options or extras thrown in with it ?
#21085 of 30569 Re: 2008 Honda EX-L +NAV/RES best pricing? [carmensf]
Dec 05, 2008 (1:37 pm)
The honda dealer in Beaverton has a TON of 2008 Honda EX in various flavors, according to Autotrader. More than 20 last time I checked. Have you tried to deal with them on an EX-L NAVI+RES?
Dec 05, 2008 (2:17 pm)
2006 Touring / Black with Tan Leather, NAVI, RES, 35,000 miles just off of a Honda lease and has brand new Michelin tires. $20,000 + tax.