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#29823 of 30574 2013 Honda Odyssey EX
Apr 05, 2013 (6:19 pm)
I am in the market for a new 2013 Honda Odyssey EX, without any options. I quoted with several dealers, and got an offer for $29,150 as out-the-door/on-the-road price, including freight, processing fees, tax, tags, registration with Maryland. And I was asked to finance with them at 0.9%. Is it a good price, even it's thousands below invoice? Because I saw other post here someone in Maryland got much lower price:
#29677 of 29822 2013 EX FOR $28,350 (On ROad)+ .9 finance in MD on 02/18/2013 by sobla
I am not sure if it was a real OTD price, because it started getting hard for me to negotiate for the lower $29K range. Please advise. Thanks!
#29824 of 30574 Re: 2013 Honda Odyssey EX [beeth]
Apr 05, 2013 (8:27 pm)
Do you have to finance with them for that price? Because alot of quotes I'm getting say in the fine print that the price is valid only if I use their financing.
#29825 of 30574 Re: 2013 Honda Odyssey EX [actuallyalana]
Apr 05, 2013 (9:49 pm)
yes, have to finance with them. in fact, I do plan to finance, and 0.9% is not bad. What do you think about the price as $29,150 out-the-door(Maryland)?
#29826 of 30574 Re: 2013 Honda Odyssey EX [beeth]
Apr 06, 2013 (3:54 am)
It sounds like a good deal, but hard to know because every state has different taxes and fees.
Can you breakdown the price of the van and then all the fees separately?
Invoice price on a 13 EX is $29,993 and there is at least $1500 in incentives right now on the Odyssey in addition to .09% financing.
#29827 of 30574 Re: 2013 Honda Odyssey EX [dc_driver]
Apr 06, 2013 (5:08 am)
$27,150(including $830 destination fee and other dealer processing fees) + $1629 Maryland tax + $376 tags/registration = around $29,150
What do you think? Thanks!
#29828 of 30574 Re: 2013 Honda Odyssey EX [beeth]
Apr 06, 2013 (5:49 am)
Invoice is $29,933 including destination
-$1500 in dealer cash incentives as advertised by Edmunds
Dealer holdback is 2% of MSRP = $653 on this vehicle.
$27,150 seems like a strong deal to me. You are getting invoice, minus incentives, minus holdback and then some. So there is either some other regional incentives or your dealer is desperate
You could always try waiting until the end of the month to see if they will go lower to hit a sales quota, or you could try reaching out to a wider range of dealers, but you certainly are not getting a bad deal
#29829 of 30574 Re: 2013 Honda Odyssey EX [beeth]
Apr 06, 2013 (6:01 am)
Hi, I am in the market for a Honda Odyssey. Would you mind to share which dealership offered this price. I am in PA, but don't mind drive to MD to make the purchase. Thanks.
#29830 of 30574 Re: 2013 Honda Odyssey EX [dc_driver]
Apr 06, 2013 (7:07 am)
Thanks for the advice. However, as I mentioned in my original post, someone at the same place got $28,350(OTD price, about $800 lower than my offer) in Feburary, which was kind of confused if I could go further, but as I checked around it was hard. Not sure if I should visit more dealers around for better, and how to negotiate. Please advise if you have any tips for me. Thanks again!
#29831 of 30574 Re: 2013 Honda Odyssey EX [beeth]
Apr 06, 2013 (9:30 am)
Are you emailing dealers? The best way to negotiate is to email as many dealers within a range (50, 100, 200 miles) as you can. Otherwise you could try waiting for end of month, end of quarter (which would be June) and also see what happens to prices when the 2014's start arriving this summer. If you can wait a few months you may save another $1K or so.
Assuming that people are actually posting their true OTD numbers on this forum (whether intentional or not), just because someone got one deal does not mean you will. Buying is all about timing. Incentives. Sales numbers, etc. February is historically a slow month for car sales, so it could be the person who got the deal found a very motivated sales manager who was trying to hit a monthly quota and they were short.
Try emailing more dealers and extending the range you are willing to drive to buy one. You will know when you hit the wall and dealers won't go any lower.
#29832 of 30574 Odyssey EX Lease offer
Apr 06, 2013 (11:58 am)
Hi all, I've been looking to purchase a used odyssey, but recently started investigating leasing a new one. I've checked around, and so far the best deal I've been offered for a new EX is $310/mo total (including taxes), with absolutely zero due at signing. 36 month lease, 36,000 miles.
We've previously been against leasing, but this seems like a pretty good deal, and we could always purchase it outright once the lease is up. Appreciate any opinions!