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Honda CR-V, Wagon, SUV
#8716 of 13032 05/29/2009 Purchased New 2009 CR-V LX AWD
Jul 01, 2009 (4:19 pm)
2009 CR-V LX AWD Urban Titanium Metallic with black cloth interior built in East Liberty OHIO - MSRP $23,115. Paid $20,700 + $200 for cargo cover plus TTL in Columbus Ohio. There was $500 Factory to Dealer Incentive. So, price was almost $900 below invoice. Financed with Chase 6% APR, 0 down. Could have I gotten a better price? Probably. Financing? I got approved. I wish there was special Honda Financing like with Civic. I almost bought the Civic Hybrid 3.9% APR with the $2000 Factory to Dealer Incentive. But I had to have the CRAVE!!! Could have got much better price discounts and special APRs on so many other vehicles. But I afraid to buy any brand but Honda. I own the 2005 Honda Element EX AWD and it is the most troublefree SUV, and I love it, despite the bumpy ride and 20-23 MPG.
2 hours in and out. It was easy, painless, and no-pressure. I recommend the dealer Hugh White Honda. My friends and family have purchased many vehicles there.
#8717 of 13032 Re: 2009 CRV EX-L w/navi AWD [infinitelurker]
Jul 02, 2009 (3:09 am)
I got the quote at the dealership, but I couldn't make up my mind at that time. I will go back tomorrow and see if the guy keeps his word on the price.
#8718 of 13032 Re: 2009 CRV EX-L w/navi AWD [jlei]
Jul 02, 2009 (3:17 am)
Please keep us updated or private mail me the info if you would - I'm going to buy tonight or tomorrow!
Thanks in advance!
#8719 of 13032 Re: Bought CRV LX AWD [megahit]
Jul 02, 2009 (7:40 am)
I bought it from Herb Chambers, CommonWealth ave, Boston, MA.
Yes I agree the price was a killer deal; 3700 off MSRP. But I guess not all dealers can do that price. Some dealers straight away rejected me. I had to go through lot of dealers to settle at that price.
Even edmunds.com says any dealer will offer 1500 off msrp without a bargain. If you bargain well, they'll offer 3000 or more.
Jul 02, 2009 (11:09 am)
Did you get upgraded 6 spoke wheels?
#8721 of 13032 Honda CV-R EX L AWD with NAV
Jul 03, 2009 (7:40 am)
I live in Arlington, Va and am looking for a CV-R EX L AWD with NAV and want to find the best price in the Washington, DC region. Any help?
#8722 of 13032 Re: Bought CRV LX AWD [manchalas]
Jul 03, 2009 (8:21 pm)
This is great to know. I am going out this weekend to dealers in this area and I will see if I can use this as leverage. If you have a sales person that would want to do the same deal this week I would be happy to give him my business.
#8723 of 13032 Got my '09 CR-V EX AWD Glacier Blue - $22900
Jul 04, 2009 (3:03 am)
I've been following this great forum since Nov. when we started looking. Uneasy about my job so I waited til now. I did the internet quote thing and got several good initial quotes from dealers within 60 miles. In the end I got it for $22900 out the door with a lifetime powertrain warranty. Paperwork says $22750 for the car, so $149 for everything else. No sales tax in NH so $22900 was it! I think I got a good deal. Dealer was Honda of Keene - nice people, low pressure. I should also mention Peters Honda in Nashua had a better price but because of the distance, I chose a more local dealer.
I'm so psyched!
#8724 of 13032 new specials starting July7th
Jul 04, 2009 (7:00 am)
I have contacted a few dealers for an AWD CRV LX and the best "starting offer" is 21000 OTD. i was told that the prices are only good through the 6th since that is when new incentives begin. Anyone have an inside track on what they might be offering as of the 7th?
#8725 of 13032 Quote for 2009 Honda CR-V LX 2WD
Jul 04, 2009 (6:00 pm)
The lowest quote for 2009 Honda CR-V LX 2WD I got today is $19500 (including des. fee), not including TTL. I'm in California. The total fee including the title and license fee and all other fees excluding the documentation fee is about $325. Am I getting a good price? Is the $325 a right figure? The documentation fee is $55. Besides, I was told that the CA state tax would also be charged on the documentation fee. Is that a right charge?