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Honda CR-V, Car Leasing, Wagon, SUV
#988 of 1304 Re: NJ 2011 CR-V EX-L w/NAV lease $350 + Tax Good deal??? [momi]
Sep 10, 2011 (6:05 am)
Well after finding the forum and much negotiating (2 days 4-5 hours each day) I ended up getting a Pilot.
Honda Pilot EX-L W/NAV silver/grey leather - right under touring model.
$1572.00 (title taxes fees etc)+428 first month.
12k 36 mo. 428 a month w/tax.
After really looking at the CRV we decided for the price difference we could do the Pilot which in my opinion is way more car for the $$$.
#989 of 1304 Re: ex-l with navigation [john628]
Sep 10, 2011 (2:15 pm)
Could you tell me where you got that deal?
I would like to take a car with this lease
Couldn't get anything that low where I was looking
#990 of 1304 2011 Honda CRV EX-L 4WD
Sep 12, 2011 (3:18 am)
I'm negotiating to lease this car and so far I'm at a sales price of $25,900 with a residual of 60% ($17343), $326 in fees, 12k miles/year for 3 years for a pretax monthly of $309.
I'm also considering paying all up front to avoid the finance cost. That would run roughly $9500 pretax--still working on nailing down the final number.
Would appreciate your opinion. Thanks
#991 of 1304 Re: Is this a good deal [jaipurking]
Sep 13, 2011 (10:36 am)
can you share teh dealer and contact info. I think the deal sounds good...
#992 of 1304 Re: 2011 CRV 4WD [kfitzy]
Sep 18, 2011 (1:34 pm)
Hi kfitzy. Theoretically, if you shopped around with several different dealers, haggled a bunch, and went with the best offer one could do fine. However, I find that negotiating a low selling price on the vehicle that you want streamlines the process by enabling you to know what an excellent deal is right off the bat.
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#993 of 1304 Re: Is this a good deal [ccsocal]
Sep 26, 2011 (5:16 pm)
The final price was $10113 out the door including 5.5% sales tax on CRV EX-L for 36mo/36k.
MSRP 28905 negotiated down to 25900. Made a one-time up front lease payment.
Dealer is Zimbrick in Madison WI.
Got the prices and terms to negotiate on Weymouth Honda as per a former posting here and they essentially matched those numbers.
#994 of 1304 Question on Nationally Advertised Lease
Sep 26, 2011 (10:16 pm)
Yesterday we leased a 2011 CR-V (here in Hawaii) based on the nationally advertised special of 35 months at $270 per month, no money down, and the first month "free."
The salesperson mentioned that because of the "package" included (I forget the exact name -- but which he identified as floor mats, some dent protectors on the side of the car, etc. --- priced at $525 by the way) that my lease payments would now be $312 per month.
Now, I know that license, registration, etc., would be added on to this lease, but does this $312 per month price sound legit to you??
#995 of 1304 Re: Question on Nationally Advertised Lease [mghawaii]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Sep 27, 2011 (3:28 am)
$525/36 = $14.58
$300 registration? = $8.33
$291/mo. + tax (6%?) = $309/mo..
Those are just estimates, so $312 isn't surprising..
If you want they should break out all the charges for you... $525 is probably a little steep for the accessories, but the deal seems decent overall..
#996 of 1304 found a very good deal
Oct 07, 2011 (7:44 am)
I am trying to figure out if I am going to lease or buy and if I buy should I wait for the re-design of the 2012?
With that being said I did run across a place in NY that has the following deal on a 2011 SE 4x4.
The lease term is $225 a month for 36 months with taxes, tags, and a $595 bank fee. Given I am in VA I am looking at about $1500 out of pocket to cover all of this. This seems like a great deal better then most are getting. Still unsure if I want to lease or once again wait for the 2012 but this just seems to good to pass on.
#997 of 1304 Advertised offer of $270/month for 35 months
Oct 13, 2011 (5:17 am)
Dear Car man, and friends,
If I plan to take the current advertised lease offer of $270/month for 35 moths (12K miles), then do I have to bargain on the selling price or is this deal fixed? More like a 'walk in and buy it' kind of thing?