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#30115 of 30577 2013 EX-L in Ohio without res/nav
Jun 11, 2013 (5:29 pm)
Thank you so much for all of your posts, this site really helped us to know what was a good deal and how to go about getting a price we felt good with. We just brought home our 2013 Odyssey with smoky topaz with truffle interior, all weather floor mats and door edge guard molding installed.
$29,534 plus $250 ohio documentation fee, $33.50 Title and Registration
We did all the negotiating over email. Tyler at Hugh White Honda internet sales was fabulous but haven't cared for the others in helping us with the title and military stuff.
We got a sales tax exemption for registering our car to Florida our permanent address and being on military orders out of the state. So we are pretty excited.
Thanks again to everyone for posting your experiences and advice!
#30116 of 30577 Re: EX-L California Purchase Prices [xxwoomanleexx]
Jun 11, 2013 (8:27 pm)
The prices below are the true car prices in the MidWest area (Missouri).
(1) These are MSRP (including dest) and excluding TTL (and hence not the OTD price). The dealer was accepting these prices.
(2) I bought the "Touring" model for $34,785 plus Lifetime Powertrain and Engine Warranty thrown in for no charge. I also had a trade in (1999 Sienna with around 13000K miles and some dents) and they also gave me 2 year free oil changes.
Model "MSRP" "True Car Price Zip-65203"
LX $29,505 $25,060
EX $32,655 $26,933
EX-L $36,055 $29,034
EX-L w/Entertainment System(RES) $37,655 $30,493
EX-L w/Navigation System $38,055 $30,858
Touring $42,360 $34,785
Touring Elite $44,855 $37,060
#30117 of 30577 Offer on 2013 Touring Elite -$36,800
Jun 12, 2013 (2:00 am)
I relatively quickly reached a deal over the phone on a Touring Elite in the color we want. The deal is for $36,800. It would include me financing through Honda with 0.9% interest. Doing this gives me a $750 added discount that bring it down to the stated price of $36,800. The only fees added on are $399, $60 and tax. My OTD price would be about $38,400. How would you rate this deal and should I jump on it (I think it is pretty good) or try to squeeze it down a bit or negotiate mud flaps or something? My deal seems very close to the Trucar price so am I leaving $$$ on the table? It seems like now is the time to strike based on 2013 availability/selection and price discounts.
Thanks for all the input from previous posters on price.
#30118 of 30577 Re: Offer on 2013 Touring Elite -$36,800 [nycjsw]
Jun 12, 2013 (3:52 am)
Where are you located? Sounds like a great deal. I'm in Philadelphia suburbs and TrueCar is showing $38,560 for the Elite. A dealer in my area wanted $39,995 for a Touring not Elite.
#30119 of 30577 Re: Offer on 2013 Touring Elite -$36,800 [blackexv6]
Jun 12, 2013 (4:48 am)
I'm in Virginia. Going to pick up the vehicle today.
#30120 of 30577 Re: Offer on 2013 Touring Elite -$36,800 [nycjsw]
Jun 12, 2013 (4:54 am)
Which dealer is it? Are you in NOVA?
#30121 of 30577 EX-L in San Diego
Jun 12, 2013 (8:49 am)
Just purchased a 2013 EX-L without nav or RES, in Smoky Topaz, from Mossy Honda in Lemon Grove. We financed at 0.9% for 48 months using Honda Financial.
base price 28,050 (28,800- 750 for financing). No options/accessories installed.
80 doc fee
2310 in taxes (8% in California)
293 for licensing, registration, and CA tire fee.
Total of 30,752 OTD (not including down payment)
#30122 of 30577 2012 Odyssey EXL
Jun 12, 2013 (8:58 am)
Has anyone had experience buying the model that is almost 2 years behind? There are a couple of 2012 EXL's on a local dealer lot. What sale price would you expect on those?