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#10400 of 13034 2011 Honda CRV EXL 4wd - Chicago
Mar 01, 2011 (9:59 am)
1.2011 CRV exl 4wd 24,700(black/black) not including handling,dealer fees and taxes
2. Is EXL a good choice or should i go with EX and save some money. I am a proud owner of 2009 Honda civic hybrid with leather and heated seats.
3.Also what are incentives for march. A dealer just offered me 0.9% apr for 60 months.
4.Another dealer offered me 5% reduction on any best price meaning 23,700 for EXL 4wd
I am trying to combine 1 and 4 options, is this possible. What do you guys think?
I got approved for 30k from AHFC and my credit is good 710-720 in all 3 credit companies.One dealer tried to offer me 8.6 apr, when i turned it down he said he may give me 1.9 for 60 months if i buy the car that day which i wasn't still ready for.
Help me out here.
#10401 of 13034 RE: New 2010 EX 4x4 Leftover for $22,800 [4over200k]
Mar 01, 2011 (11:07 am)
Does the $24,800 include their $298 doc fee? Did you have a trade-in and how far below KBB value did they hit you? Last time I bought from Boch I had to negotiate my trade in pretty hard to get the true benefit of the internet price they quoted me. They started trade-in negotiations well below kbb "fair" value for the trade. The final deal, all-in, was still better than my local dealer, but I traveled pretty far, so I was looking to save more than a few hundred dollars...
What other MA dealerships have EX CRV 10's in stock? I'd rather find one without the leather trim and still get this sort of a deal.
Thanks for the help!
#10403 of 13034 Re: 2011 CR-V AWD EX-L WITH NAVI CHICAGO [poepoe1771]
Mar 01, 2011 (1:24 pm)
Please tell me the Dealer ship and salesman, Thanks. Whats the Interest rate?
#10404 of 13034 RE: New 2010 EX 4x4 Leftover for $22,800 [jsct]
Mar 01, 2011 (2:12 pm)
I didn't price the EX-L because my son was on a limited budget and didn't need the extras that the EX-L had.
#10405 of 13034 RE: New 2010 EX 4x4 Leftover for $22,800 [4over200k]
Mar 01, 2011 (2:24 pm)
If you plan to keep the car until it dies, then go with the 2010. Property taxes are lower because the car is considered a year old and I couldn't see any major differences between the 2011 and 2010. Why pay your city or town more money each year to garage essentially the same vehicle!
#10406 of 13034 RE: New 2010 EX 4x4 Leftover for $22,800 [mthomasdb]
Mar 01, 2011 (2:35 pm)
as a mass resident i agree the state/town tax that we are hit with each year is a joke-- but I would also price the 2011's as well.
#10407 of 13034 RE: New 2010 EX 4x4 Leftover for $22,800 [mthomasdb]
Mar 01, 2011 (2:45 pm)
Valid point, but not many states outside of New England charge property tax on vehicles.
Mar 02, 2011 (7:37 am)
Whats going on with the interest rates with Honda? They tell me I have a automobile score (some crap) other than actual credit score equal to 650, where as my credit bureaus tell me I have 710-720 scores(freecreditreport.com).One of the dealer gave me 6.9 % APR(current promotion from Honda is 0.9 for 60 months) even after I have a good score of 720/720/710 on experian/equifax/TU? Did this happen to any of you?
Mar 02, 2011 (8:47 am)
Is 28,326 OTD price best price for an EXL 4wd? Can It go any lower than that?