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#14025 of 15381 2010 Pilot EX 4x4 OTD 31,859 WA
Mar 15, 2010 (10:37 pm)
It took over 8 HOURS of negotiating in 2 days, but I paid 30,213 -1,500 (instead of 0%), tax 2,813 doc/lic 326 total of $ 31,859 OTD------no accessories. Pilot EX 4x4.
I know in other states they are doing better than that.
There were no more of the Gray w/black in the areas, So I took their last Silver w/black cloth..There are just 5 more in the areas. The EX's are going fast. My deal was with Honda in Auburn, WA.
I was deciding between a Highlander and this... it was 6K more for the Highlander so I went with the Pilot. I already own a 2003 Pilot and am keeping it also.
#14026 of 15381 2010 EX-L 4WD in PA
Mar 16, 2010 (5:27 pm)
Doesn't seem to be much competition in southeastern PA. I'm getting the same quote from everyone: $31,814 + taxes, title. Give or take $1! Or maybe it's very competitive and that's a great price...
#14027 of 15381 Re: 2010 Pilot EX 4x4 [ctraidernation]
Mar 16, 2010 (6:21 pm)
Please tell me where did you buy it from?? Thats really good price. Did you get financed from delear? rate?. I'm getting quote of 27000 for EX 4x2 model in Southern california. Anyone got better price for EX model in Sothern California??
#14028 of 15381 EX-L 4WD with RES (updated price)
Mar 16, 2010 (6:39 pm)
Well, so far my low quote is $30,600 + tax, title, etc in the Baltimore area. However, my latest quotes have been slowly going higher and it looks like the inventory of 2010 EX-Ls are starting to dwindle, so I plan to make my move next week. These prices are incredibly low. There has to be more $$$ than just the $1500 dealer cash in play. I just wish I knew how much more. If anyone else knows, please chime in.
#14029 of 15381 2011 Honda Pilot info on Honda site
Mar 17, 2010 (5:43 am)
The 2011 Pilot is now being showcased on the Honda site. Looks like identitical with additional config options.
for example... EXL w Nav/Bluetooth
Touring appears to be $1500 more then 2010.
hope this is not old news
Mar 17, 2010 (12:13 pm)
What would be a "GREAT" deal on a 2010 EX-L FWD w/o RES. If an earlier poster was getting offered 30,600 on EX-L 4WD with RES, would 28,000-28,500 be a realistic number?
#14031 of 15381 2010 Pilot Touring 4WD
Mar 17, 2010 (12:15 pm)
About to pick up my 2010 Pilot Touring 4WD. Payed $34,445 w 1.9% financing
Is there any chance a 2011 will be remotely close to this price? I assume not.
#14032 of 15381 Re: 2010 Pilot Touring 4WD [clarence10]
Mar 17, 2010 (5:55 pm)
That looks like a pretty good price...
Tomorrow I get to pick up my 2010 4WD Touring (Nav) with RES for $35,000 including all fees Very pleased with that number!
The other dealer that I was also getting bids from was not happy with that number and basically said the dealer I'm buying from it giving me the car at cost.
#14033 of 15381 Re: 2010 Pilot Touring 4WD [frukio]
Mar 17, 2010 (6:25 pm)
I would say your deal is awesome. Belue TrueCar.com pricing. The best they would do for me on that setup was 36k. I would have gone for it if it was an extra $500. Anyway, I got what I wanted Black/Black and really did not need the RES.
I would highly recommend Huntington Honda. They were very professional, and got me a killer interest rate (1.9%) from a private bank other then Honda.
Hope the 2011 are selling for close to list price to make me feel like I made a great decision here.
#14034 of 15381 Re: 2010 Pilot Touring 4WD [clarence10]
Mar 18, 2010 (10:12 am)
You folks on the East Coast seem to be getting some great deals on the 4WD Pilot Touring w/ RES. I live in Southern California and the 4WD Touring with RES is very hard to find. A lot dealers I talked to never stock them. So I have to fly to Northern California to pick one up and they don't budge much on the pricing. I got several quotes and the best one I could get was 36400 for a White and 35900 for a Gray one. Thats without the 1.9% financing and TTL. For a 2WD Tour w/ RES, I got a quote for 35055. One dealer wanted 37900 just for a 4WD Touring, no RES. They try to tell me that the car is so rare, that dealers are selling them for MSRP. I just laughed.