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Honda Accord Crosstour, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Hatchback, Sedan, Wagon
#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.
#26 of 57 Re: Trade In [effex]
Jul 19, 2010 (6:58 am)
That's the problem.
I'm sure it's a nice car but people fear Audi's that are getting into the higher miles even though for the year that's not a lot of miles.
As Audi's age they get troublesome and expensive to fix and people shy away from them. I would try to sell it on your own.
#27 of 57 EX-L 2WD w/o Navigation
Sep 13, 2010 (1:25 pm)
It is a new crosstour, black on black, purchased from Hondaland in Tampa, FL on Labor day. Selling price is $27,911 that includes destination, mud guard, wheel lock, truck liner, and pin stripes but not TTL and $600 dealer processing fees. With this price, I could not get the .9%/60mos financing. Instead, I was offered 3.0%/60 mos financing by Honda Financing, which was not too bad. Overall, it was not a bad buying experience. The salesperson is very nice and knowledgeable too.
#28 of 57 A reasonable deal!
Sep 21, 2010 (8:31 am)
I bought a 2010 Crosstour EX from Tampa Honda Land during the $1,200 Cash To Dealer promotion (I believe it has now ended). I paid $26,263 plus $600 in dealer fees. I thought that the price was about right.
#29 of 57 Crosstour EX and EXL
Oct 29, 2010 (2:06 pm)
I got myself an EX in August and then negotiated a deal for an EXL for my mother-in-law in September. The EX was $26,000 and the EXL was $28,559 - both include the destination charges.
#30 of 57 Re: 2010 honda crosstour 2WD ex-trim + pro-package [bpdmt]
Feb 19, 2011 (10:36 pm)
Seems like a great buy!
#31 of 57 price paid - southern cal
Mar 06, 2011 (6:13 am)
i just got my cross tour ex-l.
Price paid = $347/ per month (this includes tax).
Downpayment - $1,300.
Seems like buying may have been a slightly better option, as the quoted selling price was $28,512 if I bought.
He used a price of ~$29,500 to calculate lease payment because he said he didn't get some rebate or incentive with the lease.
All in all, I feel the deal was reasonable although I probably could have received a little more.
Thanks everyone for your posts and please state any actual leasing deals if you closed a deal. It's good for the consumers!
#32 of 57 Wondering about Prices Paid- Philadelphia Area
Mar 15, 2011 (4:37 pm)
I'm thinking about buying either a new Crosstour EX-L 4WD or a 2010 Crosstour EX-L 4WD w/Navi. My decision is going to come down to price, if I can get into a new one for $30k or less, I'll be a happy camper. Any info would be greatly appreciated.