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#13893 of 15566 LOOKING FOR 2009/2010 HONDA PILOT EXL PLUS
Jan 16, 2010 (5:20 pm)
HAVE A 2006 HONDA PILOT EXL AWD WITH REMOTE START. PURCHASED AT A TIME WHEN THEN DEALERS WERE TRYING TO UNLOAD THEM AS THERE WAS AN OVER-PRODUCTION. I GOT MINE BRAND NEW FOR HIGH $27K. I LOVE THE NEW DESIGN AND AM LOOKING TO SELL MINE AND WORK ON A GOOD DEAL FOR A 2010. BUT RUMOR HAS IT THAT HONDA HAS SLOWED PRODUCTION OF THE PILOTS CONSIDERABLY - SO NOT TOO MANY DEALS ARE OUT THERE. I'M HOLDING OUT FOR INCENTIVES (IF ANY ARE TO COME). SOMETIMES I WONDER IF THE TRUE MARKET VALUE PRICE THAT EDMUNDS PROVIDES IS AUTHENTIC. I THINK THERE'S MUCH MORE WIGGLE ROOM FROM THE FINAL TMV. I REALLY DON'T THINK FOLKS SHOULD RELY ON THAT TOO MUCH. WE ALSO JUST PURCHASED A 2010 NISSAN FRONTIER CREW CAB 4X4 SE WITH VALUE PACKAGE AND STEP UP BARS FOR 23,960. WHICH I THINK IS A FABULOUS PRICE - BUT WE HELD STRONG WITH OUR START PRICE AND WERE PATIENT. HOPEFULLY WE CAN DO THE SAME WITH THE PILOT.
#13894 of 15566 2010 Polit EX-L 2WD paid price
Jan 16, 2010 (6:00 pm)
Paid for $32000 + 400 documentation fee + tax + title for 2010 Pilot EX-L 2WD.
Am I screwed?
#13895 of 15566 Re: 2010 Pilot Touring with Nav and RES [eagle40b]
Jan 17, 2010 (4:35 am)
Give a call to Weymouth Honda, they are offering out of the gate pricing for the EXL (everything but navi) for under $34K, I gotta beleive there is still room for negotiation there. Bet you could beet that $37K
#13896 of 15566 Re: 2010 Pilot Touring with Nav and RES [jmo1126]
Jan 17, 2010 (5:48 am)
We're targeting the Touring w Nav and RES, so that's the reason for the price difference. EXL (which we don't want) invoice is close to $32,800, and $34,300 with RES. Touring w/Nav & RES invoice is aroudn $37,100.
FYI, stopped by Commonwealth Honda yesterday. Walked out after dealing with a very unprofessional salesperson. Arrogance was incredible. Got a tempered apology from them, but recommend to anyone else to look elsewhere.
#13897 of 15566 Re: 2010 Pilot Touring with Nav and RES [eagle40b]
Jan 17, 2010 (6:31 am)
Will be curious where you end up. As 2009 drew to a close, and after more than a month of research, best price I could get on 2010 AWD Touring with RES and NAV was $37,516.32 - from two dealers (after starting with 10, six of which were in our state). Supply was scarce, and it was the end of the year so dealers were motivated - they just couldn't get vehicles. You've mentioned an offer at around $37,100 - would like to know what ends up happening.
#13898 of 15566 2010 Pilot AWD EXL w/ RES
Jan 18, 2010 (5:55 am)
Got a good deal on a 2010 Pilot EXL w/ RES. After speaking with many dealers in Northern NJ, Joyce Honda in Denville made me a great offer, $33,690 + tax, title and registration. Dealt with their internet salesperson who was honest, straight forward and extremely helpful. I would post his name but Edmund's forum policy discourages that. Joyce's finance guy was also nice and easy going. No one tried to up-sell me on anything I did not want. I can't say enough good things about this dealership and would recommend them highly.
#13899 of 15566 2010 PILOT EX 4WD
Jan 18, 2010 (6:56 am)
Well after about a year following these boards on the Pilot I pulled the trigger. $32797 OTD. $30103 plus tax -----plus-- 12.50 recycling-----$10 inspection---$75 processing. Got the color I want. Car was purchased on long island. How did I do?
#13900 of 15566 2010 piolt touring awd nav no res price paid
Jan 18, 2010 (6:21 pm)
I just wanted to thank everyone that contributed to this thread. Based on the numbers here i was able to finally pick up my new grey with black today from the dealer. price paid was 35700 which included dest fee. i wanted grey with a grey interior but there were none to be had in indiana or the surrounding states. I had to wait about 30 days to get this one and lucky they already had this one on the way. i picked it up today with 4 miles on it.
#13901 of 15566 Help on leasing in the Chicago area
Jan 19, 2010 (9:39 pm)
We are looking to lease a 2010 Pilot, EXL, 4WD with RES. I have been quoted prices ranging from $33,260 to $33,550. Just wondering if those prices are good?
I am also looking for any insight on leasing. We were quoted a monthly lease of $642 by one dealer, which seems high to me. They did not disclose the other lease terms that we used to calculate that price.
Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
#13902 of 15566 Re: Help on leasing in the Chicago area [jbake22]
Jan 20, 2010 (3:13 pm)
Do those prices you were quoted include the $710 destination fee? If so, the prices on the lower end look very good to me. I just paid $33,490 (including the $710 destination fee) for a 4WD EXL with RES this past weekend. Based upon the prices computed on both Edmunds and www.truecar.com, I thought my deal was good. If you can beat that, I think you've got a great deal.
Just make sure you know what the out-the-door price is. You never know just how good the deal is until you compare the incidental charges that some of the various dealers try to hit you with (i.e. Documentation Fees). Good luck.