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#25041 of 30058 Re: 2009 Odyssey EX-L Honda certified [ksultimate]
Apr 06, 2010 (11:39 am)
You should be able to purchase a brand new EXL with zero miles and full warranty for just slightly more than the 27k you are offering for the CPO model and less than the dealers asking price for the CPO model. The 1st 27000 miles are the best in my mind, and I would want at least 4,000 discount from what I might need to pay for a new equivalent model
#25042 of 30058 Re: 2009 Odyssey EX-L Honda certified [jfn1000]
Apr 06, 2010 (11:54 am)
Appeciate the feedback. I am planning to put a lot of miles in the next few years. That is the main reason I am looking into a CPO model. So what you are saying is even $27,000 is high. Also there is another car 2008 EX-L model with Nav and Res and this dealer in NY is asking 28,991. It has 15K miles.
#25043 of 30058 Re: EXL- DC Metro Area $ 30,500 OTD [srican]
Apr 06, 2010 (12:46 pm)
This looks like a great offer. What I can get at this moment (Houston) is
+ $339 Trunk Tray, Mud guard, wheel lock
+ $1862 (6.25%) Tax
+ $352 Doc Fee
Dealer will do the tint on side and front window for free. do you guys think I shall continue to negotiate?
#25044 of 30058 Re: 2009 Odyssey EX-L Honda certified [ksultimate]
Apr 06, 2010 (12:58 pm)
It still looks higher than a new EXL , seems like from the internet dept , a new 2010 EXL can be had from 28-29K + TTL
To purchase a CPO with 15-20K miles , the deal looks good only if it knocks down 6-7K off of the new price
#25045 of 30058 2010 Odyssey EX-L with RES and NAVI in Seattle WA area
Apr 06, 2010 (1:20 pm)
This is my first post but I've been reading and learning for months. I really appreciate everyone sharing their advice and experience.
My husband and I are looking at a 2010 Odyssey EX-L with RES and NAVI and with using the "Hogan System" got a dealer down to $33,000 (before TTL of course)and no other dealer says they can beat that. Is this still too high? According to Edmunds...Invoice for this model is $33,695 which makes me wonder if there is still some wiggle room. We will be trading in another vehicle and the Sales Manager has said he can almost certainly say he could get us slightly above KBB on the trade. Of course we have said that we are not certain if we will be trading it in, we own it outright and might just keep it.
Any advice on how to move forward from this point and still get a great price would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks so much!
#25046 of 30058 Re: 2010 Odyssey EX-L with RES and NAVI in Seattle WA area [hopes]
Apr 06, 2010 (1:23 pm)
What you have is a proposed deal. The trade in blurrs everything. Go to the dealer and see what is what in WRITING. Check previous posts for pricing --- overstock.com shows you got 500 below their best price. If you get a big discount -- don't expect KBB for your trade. The price is decent.
Apr 06, 2010 (1:30 pm)
Purchased an EX-L with RES today.
Sale Price 30,210
Tax 1868 (6% Mi)
Total OTD = 33,049.04
#25048 of 30058 Re: EXL- DC Metro Area $ 30,500 OTD [srican]
Apr 06, 2010 (4:33 pm)
The MSRP on this Odyssey EXL is: $34,115
The INVOICE on this Odyssey EXL is: $30,970
Dealer Cash is: $1,250........so $29,720 is COST
If you got it for $27,700.........this would be the BEST deal I have EVER seen. This would be $6,415 OFF MSRP and $2,000 BELOW COST after dealer cash!!!! How can that be possible?
#25049 of 30058 Re: 2010 Odyssey EX-L with RES and NAVI in Seattle WA area [jayrider]
Apr 06, 2010 (4:50 pm)
I agree with jayrider, Before I purchased mine I did the autobrag where you put your price and they send it to diff. dealers within your zip code. One dealer accepted my offer of $ 32,250 but not including destination charge. I used that qoute and told this other dealer about that price including dest. charge. She called me back and told me she could match it. I also think that it was that last quarter and end of the month deal thats why she gave it to me with that price. I called around and the closest price was around $33,000.
#25050 of 30058 Re: EXL- DC Metro Area $ 30,500 OTD [lasvegasrph]
Apr 06, 2010 (5:43 pm)
The dealers obviously earn money by other means from Honda corporate than just the holdback everyone now knows about. I wouldn't believe the 'dealer' cost any more than MSRP...it's just a number to help frame their argument for what you should pay and make you feel better about getting a 'deal'. What we don't know exactly is the overall incentives to move inventory by a certain date, etc. HOWEVER, on a board such as this one can more easily see regional and national trends...and prices are definitely trending to $2-3k below dealer invoice.
I purchased my new EX-L on 3/26 for $27,900...and that was the price they gave me via email with no negotiation. (plus $710 destination and $299 document fee along with MA state tax).