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Honda CR-V, Wagon, SUV
#12613 of 13042 Re: Honda CRV 2013 EX-L with Nav ( 2 WD) for 29900 [discopalace]
Aug 20, 2013 (10:14 am)
Waiting a couple more months might make it alot easiers to get that 1600 below invoice on a 2013. I would be surprised if any honda dealerships sell for below 2k. That kind of pricing could be a very late sale in Nov/ Dec with a color and model that has been sitting around on the lot.
Honda's are known for very good Resale Value better than Toyota, Nissan, and American cars.
#12614 of 13042 Expected price new 2013 CR-V on Big Island HI
Aug 21, 2013 (1:09 am)
Starting to put $$$ into "02" CR-V (air cond.(2nd time) and ox. sensor past month) 107k
Thinking about buying 2013 CR-V EX AWD - what might I expect to pay below MSRP. Does destination fee cover transport to Hawaii or should I expect to pay more?
Would consider LX except pass. seat doesn't get an armrest( what's up with that?)
Also saw a 2007 EX 2wd with 39k very clean - what might be a more fair $$$ than $19,000 that
feels high to me
#12615 of 13042 Help with pricing 2013 CRV EX-L AWD
Aug 21, 2013 (1:05 pm)
Looking for a 2013 CRV EX-L AWD and have the following:
Sales price before tax, tag, title (includes 1,050 discount) - $28,925
Sales price with tax, tag, title - 29,9919.75
Car includes wheel locks, trunk liner and tinted windows ($350.00)
Can someone help me determine where I should be with this deal? Also, I'm having a hard time finding true invoice. Any assistance is greatly appreciated!
#12616 of 13042 CR-V Deals?
Aug 21, 2013 (1:26 pm)
Hi all. I'm in the Chicago area and I'm looking to buy a 2013 CR-V for my kids. (I know that's nuts, but that's another discussion.) I'm thinking about an AWD LX. No other bells or whistles. Any insights on what I should be paying? The dealer I'm working with has $500 flex cash available. I don't qualify for a loyalty bonus. And I plan to finance using the 0.9% offer. Many thanks.
#12619 of 13042 Re: 2013 Honda CR-V LX - $21,719 Total Delivered Price [kato5]
Aug 21, 2013 (5:49 pm)
You probably got the 2WD. I'm in NJ up here 2wd is only available in far south. Dealers laugh because they know if you don't buy today for 21,500 some sucker will buy tomorrow for 25,100. I need a car tomorrow so i have to bend over backwards and take it hard.
I asked if it would be better to come end of the month. Sales said price will not change end of month. I walked.
#12621 of 13042 2013 AWD EXL-Navigation - $28179
Aug 21, 2013 (6:16 pm)
Purchased 2013 AWD EXL with Navigation in Chicago area last week for base price of $28179. Tax, title, license and $164 documentation fee were extra. No dealer added accessories. Got $500 flex cash and $500 loyalty incentive effectively bringing down base price to $27179.
I believe the base price was about $1100 below invoice and $1000 of incentives were applied on top of this. Got this quote via dealer e-price link without any haggling. Finance office did not try to push any accessories or warranties.
#12622 of 13042 Re: Honda CRV 2013 EX-L with Nav ( 2 WD) for 29900 [guest2011]
Aug 21, 2013 (7:31 pm)
Before you bend over and give it up try these dealerships first. you might even get a free meal out of the deal with the options you want on your CRV .
DCH Academy -......OLdbridge nj.
In new york call these dealerships
New Rochelle honda...... high volume dealership
Yonkers Honda. very good dealership and internet mgr.
Bayridge honda............. sometimes they will surprise you with good pricing.
CALL THESE DEALERSHIPS INTERNET DEPT. AND ONLY SPEAK TO THE INTERNET MANAGERS.
take your best price and minus another 750 of that and tell each manager you will buy tomm. if dealership meets your price. Its best to buy on the last days/ last day of the month but it seems you have a time factor so your pricing is limited. dealers have the leverage on you right now.
If you need help let me know. i'll be around tomm.
Nj doc fee's are from 239 to 499
New york doc fee's are capped at only 75 dollars.
Read my posts in the Accord pricing forum to get a idea how to get the best price. Start with these two post # 30550 and 30558 which is a must for you to read when calling dealerships.
Good luck with these slimy dealerships in N.J.