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Honda Odyssey, Van
#29870 of 30571 Re: 2013 Honda Odyssey: EX-L NAVI [saggynj]
Apr 21, 2013 (6:10 pm)
as an fyi, i got quotes last week (wed) from 3 boston-area dealers for 2013 ex-l w/ nav. all 3 pricing was $31,900 and 31,800 that includes destination, but not sales tax, nor doc fees($249 and reg fees $125).
not sure if things are different in NJ. one dealer told me that there was a short supply of ex-l w/ nav because of some navigation supplier issue. who knows if this is correct.
#29871 of 30571 Re: pricing for 2013 touring, exl w/nav and exl w/res [thundercracker]
Apr 21, 2013 (6:15 pm)
i ended up getting an off-lease, 2011 certified honda touring, with 23k miles and roof rails. clean carfax. sale price was $31,000, then tax, and doc fees. got 1.74% financing for 60 mths, through the honda guys' banks (alternatively, penfed offers the same rate, new/used), so i was ready to get my own financing. got $13000 for my wife's 06 mdx.
now i just gotta figure out how to use all those toys.
thanks again for this forum!
#29872 of 30571 Re: 2013 Honda Odyssey: EX-L NAVI [thundercracker]
Apr 22, 2013 (5:14 am)
thundercracker: Thank you for the reply and price details.
I did some research and found that NJ prices are always $400-500 up compared with neighboring states. It seems the demand is more (not sure about this but). But it's very hard to find a 2011-12 used car at reasonable price which I was trying for more than 3 months. It almost costs as much as new cars hence buying a new one now.
Anyone else in NJ got a better deal than $32,300 for EX-L NAVIGATION?
#29873 of 30571 Re: DC Area - EX-L Base - Price Paid [jroth3]
Apr 22, 2013 (10:45 am)
can someone e-mail me a quote for EXL?
#29874 of 30571 Re: DC Area - EX-L Base - Price Paid [bob919]
Apr 22, 2013 (2:51 pm)
Use truecar.com, I used that website to arrange competitive bids and one of the dealers made an extremely competitive offer which I used to base all my negotiations from. Got a very good price for an odyssey ex-l res, couple of grand under invoice.
#29875 of 30571 Re: 2013 exl with res and accesories good price? [dooboo]
Apr 22, 2013 (7:41 pm)
how to get that price? 29k for the basic ex-l? any idea what the new incentive is? thanks
#29876 of 30571 Re: 2013 exl with res and accesories good price? [ocabs75]
Apr 23, 2013 (6:57 am)
This seems very good deal to me. I got as less as 31,990 for Ex-l w/RES in Michigan. Can you share dealer name or City?
#29877 of 30571 Re: DC Area - EX-L Base - Price Paid [bob919]
Apr 23, 2013 (7:42 am)
In NJ I got $29,995 (including destination) for EX-L. This also includes free oil changes and car washes for every service for the life of the vehicle.
#29878 of 30571 Re: 2013 exl with res and accesories good price? [ocabs75]
Apr 23, 2013 (9:02 am)
I've received quotes for the EX-L without RES for around this same price. Would you mind sharing the name of the dealership that quoted $31,700 including RES and remote start? That sounds like a good deal. Thanks for your help.
#29879 of 30571 Re: EX Price Paid [sleejusa]
Apr 23, 2013 (10:05 am)
I wonder how realistic it is to shoot for the price sleejusa paid on an EX. I've got 4 initial quotes from local dealers that are well above 26,726. To me, that price sounds phenomenal but I haven't seen anyone comment on it as being great.
I'm in the Harrisburg, PA metro area and the quotes I've received so far for a base EX with no extras are: 28,541, 28,719, 28,933, and 30,083.
I haven't sent a counter offer back yet as I'm struggling to come up with a good price to counter with. Anyone have any suggestions?