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Honda CR-V, Wagon, SUV
#11681 of 12366 Re: OTD 2013 CRV EX [foxbeauty]
Nov 02, 2012 (11:42 am)
Thanks! No extras. Honda Village in Newton. Mountain Air Metallic (the new blue green color).
I emailed a bunch of dealers in the area and after shopping the best quote around for a bit Jim had the best quote. He was also one of the nicer sales people I dealt with. I walked in with the deal already done (negotiated the OTD price so I knew the final cost going in) and there were no surprises.
If you do use them, say Igor sent you. They give referral bonuses to past customers.
#11682 of 12366 Re: New Honda CRV EX [nick1976]
Nov 02, 2012 (12:21 pm)
Bankston Honda Lewisville TX, not sure if they have that deal, they said it was there till 31st Oct. I bought 2013 from other dealer for 25865, this was having pro pkg included.
#11683 of 12366 Re: New Honda CRV EX [kumar_shrn]
Nov 02, 2012 (7:30 pm)
So the difference between 2012 & 2013 EX is about 1400. May be I should try for 12 first. Thanks for info.
#11684 of 12366 2012 Honda CR-V EX-L 2WD (steering wheel not centered)
Nov 03, 2012 (7:26 am)
I have noticed my steering wheel is not properly centered when driving on a flat level straight road. The car appears to be tracking straight when I take my hands off the steering wheel, car does not pull left or right. Steering wheel appears to be off centered about 5 to 7 degrees to the left. I will be taking my car to the dealership (Terry Lee Honda Avon Indiana) to have them address this issue. My guess is the Toe alignment maybe a little off. I would be interested if this is a trend with this new model CR-V or if its a one off condition. Vehicle has 15,000 miles.
#11685 of 12366 2013 CR-V LX AWD
Nov 03, 2012 (7:24 pm)
Hello everyone... I appreciate all the advice given here on purchasing. Just came home with our new CR-V.
Here are the details. Maybe I did ok, maybe I screwed up - but in any event, someone can learn from this!
Purchased at Smart Honda, Des Moines, IA
Paid Invoice Price - 23320 (included the 830 destination charge)
+ 197 for Mud Flaps (probably 90$ overpaid)
+ 300 for Honda Advertising Fee (think I got screwed on that).
Total Purchase Price = 23768.
Subtract $2021 for trade in on 97 honda accord with 114000 miles
Totals so far = 21747
Lein Filing Fee = 10
State title fee = 25
Title and License fees = 135 (think I got screwed here)
Taxes (5%) = 1087
Doc Fee = 185 (think I got screwed here)
Total Financed = 23182. Total if no trade in = 25203
So, if I am correct in all the places I got taken - then I paid about 600-700 too much. But, I do love the car.
Hope this helps someone out there negotiate the best price they can!
#11686 of 12366 Re: 2013 CR-V LX AWD [puhl64]
Nov 03, 2012 (8:39 pm)
Puh, you worked a good deal. next time you buy new vehicle you will be aware of the out the door price. when you negotiate a car price you then need to find out about doc fee's and ad fee's etc.. Try buying online or by phone next time its fast and easy .. enjoy your CRV
#11687 of 12366 2013 CRV EX-L AWD $27360 + TAX
Nov 04, 2012 (6:36 am)
I just bought a 2013 CRV EX-L AWD for $27360 plus taxes and DMV registration fees in Maryland.
I think it is a good price for the car, am I correct?
#11688 of 12366 Re: 2013 CRV EX-L AWD $27360 + TAX [raf_i]
Nov 04, 2012 (7:43 am)
Wow, that's a good price. Would you mind to share your negotiating skill with us?
I only can get $28500 in WA. Maybe I should continue to negotiate the price with the dealers here.
#11689 of 12366 How to Negotiate Car Sale
Nov 04, 2012 (10:36 am)
Raejune, target 10 to 15 dealerships in your area. Wait till the last 2 days of the month. Call each dealers Internet Manager. Tell every dealer that for 200 below Invoice Pricing and no Doc fee's or Ad fee's you will purchase your model of choice and color with a credit card deposit that moment. Be firm tell each dealer thats the number that gets it done today. let each Dealer counter your offer till you feel comfortable with YOUR buying price. This is how you get the best deal on buying a car. GO DOWN YOUR LIST . I guarantee you by the end of your calls you will have the best price in your area. When i buy on phone or online i have bought my car of choice in 1 hour or less. Never failed me in over 30 yrs buying Cars this way. Supply and demand do play a big part in the process. After calling the dealers and you have not hit your target price of 200 Below Invoice i would suggest you take the closet deal to your price and home area, Or wait another month or two till dealers have alot of CRV's on there lots. Then you will find pricing at invoice or below.. Make every Internet manager you call give his best price before saying good-bye. The dealerships that cant give you a price right there on the phone hang up and xxx them off your list. Bad dealership. This is a fast and simply process. Its a Yes or No from each dealer you call.. Remember any Dealer that sells you this car for Invoice price still makes money from the Dealer Hold-back, and factory incentives back to the Dealership....... Good luck.......Brian
#11690 of 12366 Re: 2013 CRV EX-L AWD $27360 + TAX [raf_i]
Nov 04, 2012 (11:16 am)
You sure did! The idiots in Danbury Ct are still asking $29 K for the 2012 ( but not selling them)....