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Honda Fit, Hatchback, Wagon
#2586 of 2642 Re: Used Fit costs more than new [iwls01]
Jun 13, 2011 (11:07 pm)
I basically did my research via internet & found none in W WA at the time. The one I found in Skagit County was on the lot that I discovered in a drive by, not on the internet. Perhaps I miss some others on lots by not callng.
#2587 of 2642 Re: Fit Sport Auto in Silver Spring, MD. Is this a good price? [travelerx12]
Jun 14, 2011 (3:10 pm)
Gap coverage is usually not needed unless your down payment is low/none. If you put at least $4000 down, paying for gap coverage is a waste of money.
I also find any additional warranty package a complete ripoff. They would say you get 7 years of coverage but it only means an additional 4 years as your warranty covers 3 years already.
Also, most auto insurers, such as Geico, offers mechanical coverage for new vehicle for a fraction of the price, plus you can elect coverage up to 15 months after you have purchased your new vehicle.
Don't be a sucker buying all these Gap or extra warranty coverage, you are throwing away thousands of dollars to the dealers.
#2588 of 2642 Fit Sport 18200 -- good deal?
Jun 26, 2011 (10:28 am)
Fit Sport 18200 + doc fee + tax + title = 19600. Good deal?
Jun 29, 2011 (10:56 am)
My gf is from WA ( everett) area too. We have been spending a lot of time quoting around and get frustrated ( my gf wanna get a 2011 sport orange/blue AT) from 2000 over MSRP quote from dealers all around.
At last, I just tell her to come down to Bay Area, CA this july 4th weekend. Get the car and we will bring this new car to a road trip back to WA.
From the quote I get from South Bay dealers, at least they are MSRP/slightly lower than MSRP. GOnna do it this weekend, wish us luck
#2590 of 2642 Re: Is this a good OTD price for base auto Fit? [oaktosf]
Jun 29, 2011 (11:15 am)
Just wanted to follow up and say that I bought a base auto Fit this past weekend for $18337 OTD with delivery included. Very happy!
#2591 of 2642 Used 2011 Honda Fit Sport Navi with 2,000 miles $17,000
Jul 05, 2011 (3:49 pm)
I have been doing some looking and talked a dealer down to $17,000 for a used 2011 Honda Fit Sport Navi with 2,000 miles. It would be $18,400 with taxes (7%) and fees. It is in excellent condition and was traded in to get something else at his dealer. What do you think about this?
#2592 of 2642 Re: Used 2011 Honda Fit Sport Navi with 2,000 miles $17,000 [exbauer]
Jul 06, 2011 (1:50 pm)
I think thats definitely worth it if the car runs well and all. I got mine a month ago and its fantastic so far. Just not too good on freeways on long trips. Other than that, great commuter car.
#2593 of 2642 Re: Used 2011 Honda Fit Sport Navi with 2,000 miles $17,000 [travelerx12]
Jul 06, 2011 (1:56 pm)
I found a private party selling a 2011 Fit Sport auto with 2,000 miles for $15,700. It is Milano Red. But, I would pay a lot less in taxes. Don't care for the color though. The nav I don't really care for since there is no bluetooth or back up camera.
#2594 of 2642 Re: Call us crazy [willypak]
Jul 07, 2011 (5:17 pm)
So we bought an orange fit auto sport. They wouldn't decrease the MSRP and all I did is just to decrease the " option" cost. Finally cost is 20850 with everything included.
Jul 12, 2011 (8:00 am)
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