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Honda CR-V, Wagon, SUV
#9301 of 13094 Re: Price for 2010 CR-V EX 4WD [luketasly]
Oct 24, 2009 (6:50 pm)
price for 2010 ex fwd...... .....22900 and awd .....24058 with destination charge per edmunds.com so this price can be without destination charge which is more common with dealer as they donot give price with destination included so this price they are giving which is below invoice which is doubtful for 2010....
dealer told me that 2009 crv never had any special apr and i donot expect any special apr for crv as demand is there for crv and resell value....people buy it for
high apr....normal apr for score of 720 and up for honda dealer ....4.39 to 4.49 .....i hope this help....
best price for 2010....crv.... invoice with destination.......on edmunds.com
#9302 of 13094 Re: 2010 CRV EX - Virginia, Maryland or West Virginia [ajnewcar]
Oct 25, 2009 (8:33 am)
Ooops! The total with freight/processing for the 2010 CRV EX 2x4 is $22799, not $27799. Poor typing skills on my part.
Oct 27, 2009 (10:19 am)
thanks for the info in this post, bought the family a new 09 crv EX-L for $24600 (includes destination), not including taxes, title and doc fees.
Was not a great buying experience, but got a fair price I hope
#9304 of 13094 What should I get from dealer after paying in cash?
Oct 27, 2009 (10:58 am)
I'm thinking to pay in cash with the money I borrowed from my family. What should I get from dealer when I finish the payment? I know I will get a temporary plate. Dealer says the permanent plate will be sent to them in 3 weeks, and the title will be mailed to me from the state in 3 months. 3 months? that is fairly long time after making full payment in cash.
#9305 of 13094 Re: What should I get from dealer after paying in cash? [fatpanda]
Oct 27, 2009 (6:41 pm)
Do you pay in personal check or cash literaly?
#9306 of 13094 Re: What should I get from dealer after paying in cash? [2009h]
Oct 27, 2009 (8:53 pm)
I meant check.
#9307 of 13094 Quote for 2010 crv ex-l 4x4
Oct 28, 2009 (4:56 pm)
Is $25,450 a good quote for a 10' crv ex-l 4x4 without navigation?
#9308 of 13094 Re: Quote for 2010 crv ex-l 4x4 [2009h]
Oct 29, 2009 (7:59 am)
I would say that is a VERY GOOD quote. Dealer invoice + destination is $26,516. Make sure they did not leave destination ($710) "out" of your quote.
Next, I'd like to know where you got that quote. I'll buy today if it's anywhere close.
#9309 of 13094 Lookng for price 2010 CRV - EX - 2WD --
Oct 29, 2009 (9:11 am)
Am looking for dealer invoice for 2010 CRV EX - 2WD in Texas ? Any one has a quote from dealer ?
Should i wait till dec end to buy car which can help to get dicount from dealer ?
#9310 of 13094 Do your Research!!
Oct 29, 2009 (9:37 am)
I am an Internet Sales Manager at a dealership here in Texas and would like to add a few notes to this forum to help in the purchasing process of any new vehicle. The most important aspect of car-buying is research, as it will make your experience faster and much more pleasant as negotiation ONLY benefits the buyer. It does no good to "Lowball" an offer to start at a price that is not at all possible, a $30000 vehicle can very rarely be bought for $20000 so why offer, you have started to sour the relationship with the sales person and hurt your position. Also, who would want that vehicle? The most enjoyable sales situation is when a well-prepared customer makes a legitimate offer that includes some REAL profit to the dealer and provides a great price for a vehicle. Small town dealers, who sometimes provide hundreds of jobs across the country are fading away because they can't compete with the internet pricing of big city dealers resulting in the loss of very valuable jobs and convenient service. So, let's not get greedy and help support these hardworking people instead of beating them up for $200 or $300. The days of huge profit margins are gone and will never return. Dealerships are at fault for gouging customers for years but if we as customers try to use those same tactics, where is the gain?
The next important aspect of car buying is to take care of your credit, especially in this day of the tightening of credit by the lending institutions. I don't know how many times that I have heard the "My cousin got 0% when he bought his" from someone who has terrible credit. All the tips about knowing where you stand, good or bad, on your credit situation are very valid and can save you more than a few hundred dollars that you negotiate on the price of a car. You cannot expect the dealer to pay the sometimes outrageous bank fees that are required and make NO profit on a vehicle.
The thing that I personally strive for is to make the car buying experience fun again and not the next best thing to going to the dentist. Some of the notes and comments in this forum are very counterproductive. "Bragging" about the deal that you got in your dreams help noone. Be realistic!!!