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Honda Ridgeline, Truck
#291 of 839 Re: Ridgeline RT / AT [ustazzaf]
Sep 17, 2005 (9:21 pm)
I know you all may find this hard to beleive, but I just got an internet quote for an RTL, with Sunroof and XM for 28790 + Tax Tag and Title. See below:
Vehicle You Have Requested Information On
Model Ridgeline RTL W/Sunroof...XM already included for about the same price
New MSRP -
Your *e-Price $28,790 + tax, tag, title and administration fee...Underseat Storage is $166.
Now, I am still trying to make decisions, so I have not confirmed this price, but it seems like it should be the next model down.
#292 of 839 Re: Ridgeline RT / AT [fenderbender1]
Sep 18, 2005 (8:56 am)
Where are you, Fenderbender? I just told my brother-in-law in CT he was full o' [doodoo] when he told me someone up there bought an RTL w/ MR for about $28,500. I would have driven up for that and I'm in GA.
I did the internet research around here, but when I walked into the local dealership, they quoted the same prices right on the spot, $2300 below MSRP.
#293 of 839 Re: Ridgeline RT / AT [hazcat]
Sep 18, 2005 (10:55 am)
Hazcat, you are in luck...I am in SC.
#294 of 839 Re: Ridgeline RT / AT [fenderbender1]
Sep 18, 2005 (5:01 pm)
Hazcat, you are in luck...I am in SC.
I already bought mine!
Oh, well, still wasn't a totally bad deal. My 1986 Toyota just couldn't hang in there another few months.
#295 of 839 Re: Ridgeline RT / AT [fenderbender1]
Sep 19, 2005 (4:52 am)
I sure hope they still have deals like this when I'm ready to latch on to an '07 Ridge. Should be about a year from now right? In other words, September 2006?
Keep us posted on your ultra low price fenderbender1 and whether you actually did get that deal!
Sep 19, 2005 (8:19 pm)
I think the price is for real...I am interested in the ridgeline because I have a gas guzzling F150 and was trying to strike a balance. I called my salesman today and he gave me a quote on an Accord Hybrid at around 26500.
I haven't really searched around for prices on these, but that was much better than I was expecting. I'll keep you all in the loop on what actually happens.
Sorry to hear about the buyers remorse hazcat, but I bought a Honda Odyssey back when they were the rage...but I don't regret the deal...It was the right price at the time.
#297 of 839 Re: Ridgeline Price [fenderbender1]
Sep 19, 2005 (9:22 pm)
Oh, don't pay attention to my whining. I still love the truck and let the dogs have the car section out of the newspaper now.
BTW, my sister has a 2005 F150 with a six cylinder and is all smug about her fuel economy vs. mine. Ahh, just wait 'til she sees and drives my truck!
#298 of 839 RT price in WA state
Sep 23, 2005 (9:41 pm)
Just bought the base model RT at what feels like a good price from a dealership in NW Washington. There don't seem to be many RTs, I only found a few in the area, including Seattle, after a cursory search of major dealerships.
I was able to get the RT for $27000 flat, including a tow package and fog lights. I looked at this as $170 over invoice of $25542 (inc dest) plus the $1288 normal price they wanted for the fogs and tow pkg, installed. Tax + license was added, and rear splashs and a tank of gas was thrown in.
Thank you all here for great info. It allowed me to be prepared and confident for walking into the showroom. It paid off, since I was able to challenge the Gen. Mgr. on his invoice price. After checking his own documents, he admitted he was wrong, apologized and gave me what I wanted! That made it all the better....
I spent a few days talking myself out of the all goodies on the upper models; I really wanted a sunroof, power seat, and a few other items, but pricing was important and Honda makes sure everything you really NEED is standard, i.e. safety, power train, VSA, etc. Nothing fancy, but I feel great about my plain white RL!
#299 of 839 Re: RT price in WA state [farmguy]
Sep 28, 2005 (10:36 am)
Honda makes sure everything you really NEED is standard, i.e. safety, power train, VSA, etc. Nothing fancy, but I feel great about my plain white RL!
True, even the RT is pretty loaded. I'm even impressed with the cloth interior on the RT. It's much better than the base Taco cloth interior.
#300 of 839 Honda incentives in Houston
Oct 05, 2005 (3:42 pm)
High, just discovered this web site and you guys have been helpful. I have been in the market for about a week. I'm looking for a rts or an rtl with nav. Now bidding started at 27955, 400 over invoice for an rts, and with this new incentive Honda is kicking in 1000 cash back giving my grand total now to 26,555. Is this a good deal? I'm have not gotten a serious offer on the rtl with nav yet but I told them that i would pay no more than 28500 (lol)!