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#16 of 57 Price Paid10 Honda Cross Tour AWD Leather
May 06, 2010 (9:19 am)
Hi everyone, I live in Arizona and the car I was originally negotiating on was a Red front wheel drive with Nav. The wife did not like the red and wanted the white one on the lot with the tan leather interior. That one was AWD with no NAV, MSRP was 36585 negotiated price was 32500. So not a bad deal, most likely could have done better but it was already a long day. Hope this helps...............
#17 of 57 Price quote on EX-L AWD without Nav
May 06, 2010 (10:11 am)
I'm in midwest. So far the best price I got is $31500. I guess I may go a few hundreds $ further. Is this good deal? Thanks.
#18 of 57 Honda Cross Tour AWD Leather no Navi MSRP $36585 ???
May 06, 2010 (1:19 pm)
Your info is helpful; however, I am not sure the $36585 MSRP for AWD-L without Navigation is the right one. I looked up the MSRP and it is $34730 which is more than $1800 lowered than your quote.
Posting #17's price ($31,500) seems a more attractive deal. Is there anybody who purchased one AWD-L with Navigation for less than $34,000 plus tax and tag? Thanks.
#19 of 57 Crosstour 2wd with nav
Jun 03, 2010 (7:08 pm)
My local dealer told me the 2wd ex-L with nav does not exist?? Does honda ever offer any cash rebate?. It seems to be fairly easy to get $4000 off without trying.
#20 of 57 New Crosstour incentives for July/2011 changes
Jul 07, 2010 (11:11 am)
Anyone know if Honda is offering any incentives on this vehicle? Any ideas of changes coming to the 2011?
#21 of 57 Re: New Crosstour incentives for July/2011 changes [evan1229]
by Car_man HOST
Jul 14, 2010 (3:10 am)
Hi evan1229. Honda is currently offering incentives on the 2011 Accord Crosstour. Specifically, it has the lowest finance rate that it has ever offered, 0.9% for up to 5 years, or a special lease program on this model right now.
Honda is not currently providing any dealer cash on the Crosstour, but I assume that it will offer some eventually.
Given the fact that this model was brand new for the 2010 model year, I don't expect Honda to make any significant changes to the 2011 version of it, but I haven't looked into the matter.
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#22 of 57 Re: New Crosstour incentives for July/2011 changes [Car_man]
Jul 17, 2010 (8:12 am)
If Honda does go to an incentive on the Crosstour, the 0.9% financing will go away.
They won't do both!
#23 of 57 Ex-L w/out Nav
Jul 17, 2010 (9:03 pm)
Was quoted at $31,300 Out the door on a EX-L Xtour w/out Nav. This is including a trade-in that I was appraised for at $3000. The car I am trying to trade in is worth far more than at $5,350 (Dealer Trade In) but I would have settled for $4,500.
Because of the lowball appraisal, I didn't budge from a Out-the-door price of $30,500. The mngr said he would call me on Monday.
What do you guys think, Is this a far negotiation so far? I don't think I am lowballing at all, but If I am, how much would you guys step up to?
#24 of 57 Re: Ex-L w/out Nav [effex]
Jul 18, 2010 (8:50 am)
You probably have a trade in that they don't want. What is it?
Thjey won't pay you more than they can get for it at auction or from a wholesaler.
You can always sell it yourself!
#25 of 57 Trade In
Jul 18, 2010 (9:19 pm)
It's a 2001 Audi A6 2.7t quattro. Fully loaded. 86700 miles. Clean title, No accidents, no mechanical issues. Some wear and tear but nothing abnormal for a 9 year old car.
KBB quotes it at $5,350. I would have settled for $4,500. I think it's a near steal for this car in it's better-than-decent condition.