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Honda CR-V, Wagon, SUV
#8997 of 13075 Re: civic or crv [jik]
Aug 20, 2009 (5:38 am)
Depends on what you want. Wife drives 2006 Civic. Gets 40+mpg on trips.
Car is physically too low for my old arthritic bones.
Just bought a 2009 CRV LX 2WD, with clunker trade. Cost me $18,900 out the door, from Hall Honda, in Virginia Beach Can get in and out of it easily. Provides me the room I need for my lifestyle. Don't expect to get anywhere near the Civic gas mileage.
#8998 of 13075 cash for clunkers
Aug 20, 2009 (11:19 am)
cash for clunkers is not a permanent program. It will end before the end of the year, and the dealers will go back to begging for customers. Patience is a virtue.
#8999 of 13075 Re: cash for clunkers [blueiedgod]
Aug 20, 2009 (2:05 pm)
Just announced it will end Monday at 8pm
Let me tell you, C4C has made new car shopping a huge pain. Every dealer in my area has minimal inventory and what they do have, they aren't moving on price with. Every one of them says it's because of C4C which has been wildly successful for dealerships.
I'm still hoping to buy this fall, hopefully a nicely discounted leftover 09 when the '10's hit the lots.
#9000 of 13075 yahoo
Aug 21, 2009 (5:03 am)
C4C ends. Here I come in sept ....
#9001 of 13075 Re: yahoo [jik]
Aug 21, 2009 (8:21 am)
C4C is only good if you have a clunker to get rid of. I had a 2000 Ford Explorer Sport w/71k miles. I tried selling on my own with no luck. I took it to Car Max and they offered $3,000. So I opted for the C4C program and got more bang for my buck. If I didn't have a clunker to trade I would definitely not have bought my new CRV EXL/navi this week. Simply not a good selection plus you can wait till the '10's hit the lot. I was very lucky and got the navi down to $26k before the $4500 C4C trade in (all int he ext color and int color that I wanted).......got a heck of a deal and will never get a deal this good again.
#9002 of 13075 Questions about OTD price
Aug 21, 2009 (3:43 pm)
Does OTD price include registration and license fees (about $200 in NY)? Today I went to several dealers in Central NY. It seems to me that they are willing to go down the price a little bit. Also most dealers don't have CRV in stock. What is going on with them?
#9003 of 13075 Re: Questions about OTD price [data2009]
Aug 21, 2009 (4:04 pm)
They are sold out, or just about sold out. I recently took a trip from Long Island to Maine. I swear one out every thirty or fourty cars was a new CRV.
2010s should be in in about four-six weeks, if you can wait.
#9004 of 13075 Re: NYC Dealers [pilot25]
Aug 22, 2009 (7:17 am)
Is that price after tax, and fees? (what is the out the door price)
#9005 of 13075 Question about buying used Honda CRV
Aug 23, 2009 (2:47 pm)
I am looking for a used CRV EX. I found one by owner. It is a 2007 CRV EXL with navi and xm radio with 31K miles. They are asking $21K. While this is a few hundred dollars above the "clean" individual price, I assume there's some negotiation room.
My question is this: Will the Edmunds TMV and Kelly Blue Book price change considerably when the 2010 come out or is this taken into consideration in the current price?
In other words, what is a good price to pay now?
#9006 of 13075 check dealer
Aug 23, 2009 (5:23 pm)
Check DCH Kay Honda Eatontown , NJ. Bought an LX 4wd for $150 below dealer cost yesterday in the clunker sale.