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#2403 of 2642 Offer on 2010 Honda Fit Base Model
Oct 14, 2009 (2:06 am)
Hello all, I am shopping around for a 2010 Base Model Fit with AT
I actually dont plan on buying until the middle of December, when I move back to the USA, but I thought I would get a feel for what the market is like.
This was the best offer so far:
2010 Honda Fit base model:
selling price - 16,007.00
tax - 1296.57
registration - 283.50
doc fee - 399.00
Total OTD - 17,986.07
What do you guys think? good deal? or keep looking? Any predictions on how the offers will look around Dec 18th?
#2404 of 2642 2010 Fit Sport manual Silver $18k otd
Oct 15, 2009 (4:16 pm)
I put a deposit on a Fit Sport manual. The OTD price is $18,000. The MSRP otd price with is $18,245. So I'm paying $245 less than MSRP. Now, I'm thinking this is a little high. Included in the above is sales tax of 6% and plates/title of $96. What do you guys think?
Can I renegotiate after I put the deposit?
#2405 of 2642 Re: 2010 Fit Sport manual Silver $18k otd [zacha]
Oct 16, 2009 (1:52 pm)
Fit is a peculiar vehicle in that there is very little difference between the MSRP and dealer Invoice. I believe around $500 or so.
So if you are getting your vehicle for $245 under MSRP, it is a couple of hundred dollars over Invoice, which is a very good deal. I don't think you need to lose any sleep over this.
#2406 of 2642 2010 Fit w/AT for $16,400 OTD
Oct 21, 2009 (8:32 am)
Just got an offer for a 2010 Fit base model with AT for $16,400 OTD from Lee's Summit in Missouri.
That almost sounds too low to me...what do you guys think?
#2407 of 2642 Re: 2010 Fit w/AT for $16,400 OTD [sjsuper76]
Oct 21, 2009 (6:52 pm)
In May i was offered a new 2009 base AT for 14300 +670 destination or 15800 +670 destination on a sports AT. With about 9% taxes, my out the door would be in the high 16's for the base AT and low 18's for sports AT, don't know what Missouri taxes are. This was because they had a dealer incentive of 500 so maybe there's some kind of incentive now.
#2408 of 2642 Re: 2009 Honda Fit, AT Sport without Navigation, $19100 OTD, good deal? [wang_jicheng]
Oct 25, 2009 (9:50 am)
I just bought a 2010 Honda Fit Sport $19400 (out to door with sales tax) but got ripped off paying $500 over invoice (but I wanted the light blue color which is in short supply here). By the way, I love the way the car drives, just put 300 miles on it and got 40 mpg.
#2409 of 2642 is this a good deal for S carolina?
Oct 27, 2009 (12:53 pm)
I got quoted for a Honda fit 2009 BASE (Auto Transmission).
$16456-(Out of the door price) Internet special including the manufacturer destination charge, South Carolina sales tax and registration, our $199 dealer closing fee, and Honda's Protection Package.
is this a good deal?How much lower can I negotiate?
This is my first car buying experience ever and any suggestions would be appreciated.
#2411 of 2642 Re: what is the actual invoice price on 2009 fit sport AT [babu4]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Oct 29, 2009 (3:23 am)
On Edmunds, you have to click on the red tab, PRICE WITH OPTIONS, then go to the next page...
There, it will add the destination charge... and the invoice prices will match.