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#22188 of 30574 2009 Honda Odyssey Touring
Apr 10, 2009 (11:59 am)
just leased in Phoenix. sticker price was over $41K. negotiated price was $33K. $6K down payment at signing, $536/month; 36 month; 12K miles/year. MF 2.5 (0.0025). down applied to inception, license, docking, tax and acquisition fee ($595).
sounded like a good deal to me. didn't see a lot here on the touring model, but we wanted fully loaded, and we are glad we got it. this was a switch from an acura RL. i was really surprised that the touring model had all the high-end features of the RL and then some. any thoughts on the deal are appreciated.
#22189 of 30574 Re: 2009 Honda odyssey EX-L RES/NAV for $32600 (DO) in DFW area [jake2009]
Apr 10, 2009 (1:45 pm)
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#22190 of 30574 EX-L + DVD + Navi: $35,098??
Apr 10, 2009 (8:24 pm)
I live in the CA Bay Area. From this forum, I've gathered that a decent price for an EX-L with DVD and Navi is $30K, which jumps to $35,098 OTD (with taxes and everything).
Has anyone in the Bay Area secured anything lower/for a better price?
I am trading in a car, which today was appraised at $5,100 (2002 BMW 325i with 112K miles)
So my net effective when all is said and done would be: $29,998 with trade in ($35,098 OTD w/o trade in)
Does this sound good? The price seems high to me. I was hoping to find something $30,800 OTD (meaning target price + T&L), which would drop to $25,700 when you factor in the trade in value.
Would appreciate any feedback. FWIW, these quotes are from Andersen Honda in Palo Alto.
This seems pretty high to me. Anyone else in the Bay Area secure a better price?
#22191 of 30574 Re: 2009 EX Ody - $25,500 otd (Indiana) [jayrider]
Apr 11, 2009 (3:58 am)
$30,145 - just included destination (ttl would have been another $2000)
#22192 of 30574 Re: 2009 EX Ody - $25,500 otd (Indiana) [indyman05]
Apr 11, 2009 (4:09 am)
Indy Honda on the south side is where I bought although Terry Lee Honda in Avon were the most aggressive to make a deal (both internet sales were great to work with). Ed Martin Honda I hear likes to deal as well (didn't have time to contact them). Tom Wood in Anderson says they can beat anyones price by ~$200 or so if they have it in stock. We bought our 01 civic from them. Penske - wouldn't match my offer of 26,150. When I went in the night before I offered 26k, they kind of laughed at me and didn't even counter offer (salesman was really nice just said that they sold 27 cars on saturday so I guess probably didn't need the extra sale - 26.8k was the lowest they were willing to do - I didn't have any paperwork or quotes with me when I said 26k - just what other people had paid on this forum) Try when it is the end of the month (last day if you can), some dealerships need a few sales and will do about anything. I had no trade in. I drive a 1992 honda accord w/ 173k miles that I will be selling for $1300 or so. I would probably have gotten $200 for trade Just shop around the 465 horn until you get the price you want. I think anything less than 26.5k is a good deal, less than 26.2k a great deal.
#22193 of 30574 Re: 2009 Honda Odyssey Touring [kfinnerty19]
Apr 11, 2009 (6:32 am)
Seems like the purchase price is good but you had a lot of out of pocket $$ that you put down. I would venture that you actually had a $3-4k or more cap cost reduction in the deal. In AZ, you only pay taxes on the portion of the lease....so if your residual was $20k, you would pay approx 8% on $13k divided by 36 months (call it $30/mth added to price or $1040).
When I lease, I try to put out the least upfront money as possible. Just my .02 cents.
#22194 of 30574 Re: 2009 Honda Odyssey EX-L with RES [isles22]
Apr 11, 2009 (1:16 pm)
OTD price $29,963 is great in Raleigh, NC area. Would you mind breaking down your price here? Thanks a lot.
#22195 of 30574 Re: 2009 Honda Odyssey EX-L With RES in DC area for $29,500. [jag999]
Apr 11, 2009 (3:53 pm)
jag999, would you mind share the salesman's name at Sheehy Honda for your EX-L w/ RES?
#22196 of 30574 Re: 2009 Honda Odyssey EX-L with RES [odysseymama]
Apr 11, 2009 (7:15 pm)
Why is there such a BIG difference in prices for an Odyssey?
Best price in this area for a 2009 Ody EX-L is $ 28,105 before TTL...however, most dealers here NEVER did charge above MSRP in the past.
#22197 of 30574 Re: 2009 Honda Odyssey EX-L with RES [hansienna]
Apr 12, 2009 (5:51 am)
Where are you at? Are you talking about EX-L RES?