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#15450 of 15569 Re: 2013 Honda Pilot 4wd EX-L [bpp]
Jun 17, 2013 (3:43 am)
Based on my calculation it should be $29957.5. The most important number is the OTD price. That is the price you pay. My salesman promised me he would beat any deal you get by at least $250. You can get the same price elsewhere, and bring this deal to him. Ask him to honor that price. I bought from performance honda. My saleman is andrew gomez. Tell him i told you his promise ($250), ask him to honor that. Send an email to me privately (yusen.liu2011gmail.com). I will give you the details. I think you could get a deal better than mine.
#15451 of 15569 Re: 2013 Honda Pilot 4wd EX-L [jeffrey28]
Jun 17, 2013 (6:15 am)
Yep, pricing OTD is most important. What you have to do is research to find a low price that people COULD pay. That mean readings those forums and stuffs. Sale price could always be jacked up by the dealers and they would average about the same. Congratz on your new ride haha, I going to try again with a different dealer this time
#15452 of 15569 Re: 2013 Honda Pilot 4wd EX-L [rozenkristal]
Jun 17, 2013 (6:39 am)
Yes. Also mind of the numbers they do the calculation. Bring a calculator with you when you sign all the papers. Make sure that was what they put into their calculation. If you want to add options, negotiate with the salesman as a package. The OTD price is the most important. Spread a larger area in the state. In other words, get quotes from all cities in the state you live. Always ask for OTD price. Ask them to give you the OTD price in writing. When you get a lower price from one dealer, you bring it to the previous dealer to ask them to beat the price. If the dealer does, you bring it back to the dealer to negotiate with the earlier dealer to ask them to beat the price. You can also send more quote request to dealers in the area where the cheapest dealer is located. Say up-front, if I have a deal in another dealer, will you beat the price? by how much? You drive down the price until no dealer is willing to accept. Then you know you got a great deal. The key, spread wide of the net. Use internet, email. Do not call. Do not negotiate in person. Be patient. Give the negotiation a week of time.
#15453 of 15569 Re: EXL/ Touring [andynyc]
Jun 17, 2013 (12:23 pm)
Honda Pilot EXL 2WD bought at Dallas, TX
Selling Price: 30145.39
State Sales Tax: 1896.90
Dealer inventory tax: 55.03
Dealer Documentary Fee: 122.50
Vehicle Inspection Fee: 23.75
License/ Title Fee: 85.75
Road and Bridge Deputy Fee: 11:50
Buyer Tag Fee: 5.00
Finance from outside 1.99%. Was declined finance through Honda Financial (lost $700+ which was an additional discount offered by dealer)
You might not get the roof rails at this low price (so please reduce $205 )
#15454 of 15569 Re: 2WD EX [jphcpd29]
Jun 18, 2013 (2:40 pm)
Danville Honda in southern Virginia. I had a great experience there. No BS, just a good deal.
#15455 of 15569 Best OTD price on Pilot EX-L 4wd?
Jun 18, 2013 (6:45 pm)
I am in NC... The best quote I could get was about $36,000. In NC we pay 3% sales tax.
#15456 of 15569 Re: Best OTD price on Pilot EX-L 4wd? [awfpack]
Jun 19, 2013 (5:43 pm)
As today went on, some went down to $33,000 otd
#15457 of 15569 Re: Best OTD price on Pilot EX-L 4wd? [awfpack]
Jun 19, 2013 (5:48 pm)
Sound great. Just to tell you the price I and the other guy got is somewhat a miracle. 33K is not bad, is that after negotiation or just quote? If that is a quote from dealer, then I believe u can push down a few hundreds. Good luck.
#15458 of 15569 Re: Best OTD price on Pilot EX-L 4wd? [rozenkristal]
Jun 19, 2013 (7:35 pm)
Everything I have done so far is via email.... I have not talked to anyone on the phone yet. How did you push them down lower... Any advice would be great.
Jun 19, 2013 (10:43 pm)
There are a few ways. I tried to walk in and low balling them a little, as they quote you OTD 33K. Try to low ball them, if you could reach 32.6K OTD, that great. I believe that price is pretty solid. But you should be ready to walk. In my case, the dealer I wanted to work with quote 33.5K, I brought in a quote from another saying 32.6K. They try to get it 32.839, but I walked away and 45 minutes later, the saleman called me and said he misunderstood his manager and agree with 32.6K. Good luck.