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#28856 of 30577 Re: 2012 Odyseey EX-L with RES [donethat_1]
May 15, 2012 (2:23 pm)
You're not alone ... My sister has a 2007 or 2008 touring and had to replace the transmission but it was under warranty. I recently bought a 2012 in Apr-2012, then did search for problems and found that the Odyssey does have a problem. I asked the dealers about this and they said all manuf. have recalls, etc... well, the dealer I went to said they have a life time warranty on the transmission provided I get oil changes there. That sold the Odyssey to me.
This problem of the Odyssey is consistent, but Honda will not admit to it... but it is all over the internet.
Having said that ... this is my first Odyssey ... it's nice .. this is my second car as I have another .. so this would have less mileage on it. But I really want to work this car to see if anything is up with it...
Keep pestering them ... file a complaint with the Attorney General's office.
My purchase price is 30,900 2012 Odyssey EX-L. I also got $450 from Honda Financing as a first month payment...
#28857 of 30577 Buying Touring Elite
May 15, 2012 (5:34 pm)
Looking to finalize the purchase of 2012 Touring Elite. The best price I got is:
Sale price: $38342
Towing package : $1043
Mat, cargo tray, splash guard : $400
Also got 0% for 60 month.
Is it a good deal?
May 15, 2012 (7:33 pm)
purchased EXL w/Res , 35K OTD
Includes Honda Protection Pkg: Pin Stripes, Door Edge Protection, Cargo Mat, Mud Guards, Wheel Locks
Life Time Power Warranty
0.9 % for 60 mths
They included later $124 for finance processing Doc Stamps fee on top of $35K OTD
May 16, 2012 (1:36 pm)
Got a quote in Mississippi for $33600 OTD for a new 2012 EX-L including taxes and a life-time powertrain warranty (from dealer). No RES or navigation. 0.9% for 60 months. Is this a good deal?
#28861 of 30577 OTD 30,600 for EX-L Base no res or nav
May 16, 2012 (6:54 pm)
For everyone I live in the DC area and have done a ton of research. I have contacted 15 dealerships, visited 5 different dealerships and haggled for long hours. For a base comparison the OTD price does not include tax or title but does include every other fee. We bought no extras (it came with wheel locks but every one that I have looked at came with those). I plan to buy a remote engine start, roof rails and cross bars, and the towing package. For the extras we will buy them at a different dealership. We have found a cheaper dealership that accepts COSTO coupon for 15% off.
For anyone who is doing research a good price is $30,500 on any color. If your in the market for a black (and possibly a silver) you can get it cheaper. I had three dealerships tell me no for $30,500. I was given some BS that Honda uped the price on any model after April 1st (it may true but that dealership did so many shadey things that I trust nothing they said).
If anyone needs the dealership that I bought it at I can forward you that information and give you cheapest online quote that I have.
Hope this information was helpful to any looking to buy.
#28862 of 30577 Re: OTD 30,600 for EX-L Base no res or nav [chuckyboy2]
May 16, 2012 (7:23 pm)
please provide me the dealership and online quote. Did you happened to ask them what would it cost if RES is included ?Thanks Sam