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#21573 of 30584 Re: Honda ODY EX-L 2009 [tonyl1]
Feb 10, 2009 (1:44 pm)
I agree you can do better. I would say at least $1,000. In this economy you should be able to get an Odyssey for no more than dealer invoice less $2,250 factory to dealer cashback. The dealer invoice on an EX-L w/ Nave and Rear Ent. is $34,139 including destination. If you back out $2,250 you get to a price before tax, title... of $31,889. The dealer would still have 2% of MSRP (holdback) of profit in that number plus doc fees.
I requested quotes from three area dealers through the dealer websites. The internet quotes were all very competitive and were all below dealer invoice.
#21574 of 30584 Re: 2005 Odyssey EXL+DVD [HOdysyhunter]
Feb 10, 2009 (2:48 pm)
Does anyone know if there are any known issues with 2005 Odyssey EXL(DVD) and being fixed in later releases (>2005).
Your inputs are really appreciated.
#21575 of 30584 Re: Honda ODY EX-L 2009 [deal_me_in]
Feb 10, 2009 (2:58 pm)
For example, I have an offer for 30,975 incl. dest for an EXL R/N.
#21576 of 30584 Re: Honda ODY EX-L 2009 [tonyl1]
Feb 10, 2009 (3:47 pm)
Agreed. I have a quote for an EX-L w/RES but without Navigation of $28,898 which is $1,003 under dealer invoice less cashback of $2,250. $32,151 (invoice) - $2,250 = $29,901. Quote of $28,898 is $1,003 less than dealer invoice less cashback. However doc fees in GA are $399 which is higher than the quote that the original poster had.
So you can do $1K better at a minimum and possibly $1,800 or so.
#21577 of 30584 Re: Honda ODY EX-L 2009 [tonyl1]
Feb 10, 2009 (3:48 pm)
yes the OTD price including tax plates etc. for the EXL 2009 with nav and rear was 34,204 and the OTD price for the EXL- without the nav and rear was 30, 565.00 OTD. Ok so, how do i go about trying to lower the cost.. i'm telling you i get scared around the salesmen... So i was right when i told him that i read 29,500.00 was what others were getting it for OTD.. that would be an extra 1000.00 right there. He seemed mad and said he needed to see papers for that.
#21578 of 30584 Re: Honda ODY EX-L 2009 [frechettegirl]
Feb 10, 2009 (4:11 pm)
If someone got the price of 29,500 OTD for a 2009 EX-L with RES, I think that is really low (and I would be jealous). I had originally posted that we got ours for 29,600 OTD but we had 2k from a trade.
As far as dealing with the salesmen, don't be intimidated. When me and my husband went, I did all the negotiating and I just told them that I felt comfortable that I could get it for the price I offered them elsewhere if they didn't want to give it to me. I offered them 29,500, after going back and forth a couple of times. I didn't want to give them more than 29k, but my husband wanted to given in a little and told them we would do 500 more. I don't think we got a steal by any stretch, but I think 29,500 was very fair. Let me know if this helps...
#21579 of 30584 09 Honda ODY LX
Feb 10, 2009 (4:37 pm)
Got quote for 2009 Honda Odyssey LX for $21,589 (which include destination and dealer precessing fee), is it a good price?
#21580 of 30584 Re: 09 Honda ODY LX [oweny]
Feb 10, 2009 (4:48 pm)
Price out a used one right now.
#21581 of 30584 Re: Honda ODY EX-L 2009 [frechettegirl]
Feb 10, 2009 (6:03 pm)
First of all, tell yourself your the customer, he is not doing you a favor, he is doing his job. I'd suggest narrow your dealers via email or phone. Get the salesman/saleswoman's name. If you don't like the vibe, don't ask for him/her. If you don't like the deal so elsewhere.
Oh yeah, you could print some of these prices listed here, but I'm sure he knows what these vans are going for...I'd also recomend www.odyclub.com.
Best of luck to you.
#21582 of 30584 2008 Honda Odyssey EXL-DVD-RearEnt
Feb 10, 2009 (10:18 pm)
I bought mine last Nov. Orange county, CA
29,200 + Tax + Title + Regn