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Honda Accord Crosstour, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Hatchback, Sedan, Wagon
#43 of 60 June Lease Numbers
Jun 03, 2011 (1:14 pm)
Hi Car Man, do you have the June numbers on the Accord Cross Tour EX-L w/out Nav 15,000 miles/36 months? Thanks
#44 of 60 Update on Crosstour purchase
Jul 02, 2011 (3:23 pm)
Just purchased a 2011 Crosstour AWD with Navi today from a Honda dealership in central NJ and would like to share the info so that the interested parties can take advantage of the low price and low financing options.
Crosstour AWD with Navi, Silver with Black Interior
Negotiaged price: 32998.59 including $810 destination fee
NJ sales tax: 2309.90
MV tire tax: 7.50
Doc Fee: 279
Total Out the Door Price: 35993.99
$3000 down and financing balance for 5 years 0.9% thru Honda.
Monthly payment: $542+ for 60 months
Sales staff and the manager were nice and friendly. The 0.9% financing ends Tuesday 7/5/11.
Happy 4th of July!
#45 of 60 2010 CrosstourEX-L without navi
Jul 16, 2011 (4:46 pm)
I'm currently looking at a 2010 EXL with 22 miles without Navigation. I was quoted $26,500. Is this a good deal? Is there any "hidden" incentives from Honda on the 2010 to get them sold I don't know about?
#47 of 60 2011 Crosstour EX-L AWD w/ navleasing price help
Sep 07, 2011 (2:35 pm)
So i went to the honda dealership in edison, nj today and got pricing for a white 36 month/ 12k 2011 Crosstour EX-L AWD w/ nav and these were the numbers i got which seem incredibly high. Id like to know what consumers who leased the same car paid or what numbers i should be pushing for ( i.e what points i should be bringing up on why the cost should be lower). They actually told me they would be losing $950 with these numbers.
*$1,561 in fees (including acquisition) upfront
I am in the NJ/NYC area, but im not sure if that makes a difference. Please help!
#48 of 60 My 2011 Crosstour purchase
Oct 19, 2011 (6:10 am)
2011 Crosstour EX-L 4WD (no Navi)
Also took advantage of the current 0.9% financing (36 mo) through Honda.
I used the USAA Car Buying Service to get me "certified" pricing from 2 dealers (but not the local one).
Long story, but the short of it is that my local Honda dealer matched the certified price, even though he wasn't one of the USAA participants. I was very happy with that.
Was also happy I did my research on the car and esp. on Edmunds car-buying tips - love the "Confessions of..." series!
Love the car, however, the only CON is the backing-up visibility. The auto-tilt on the driver-side mirror doesn't do much for me either.
#49 of 60 Looking to buy Crosstour
Dec 12, 2011 (7:46 am)
What kind of discount can one expect on a 4 wheel drive EXL unit? About 10% off of sticker?
#50 of 60 Re: Looking to buy Crosstour [kcmover]
Jan 03, 2012 (7:06 am)
I guess that the fact nobody has replied to my original posting that the crosstour is a dead vehicle and should be crossed off my short list. I was nervous about it to begin with as it seems dated and perhaps subject to discontinuation by Honda. My Wife current is in a Honda Accord but I am getting cold feet there as it seems very long in the tooth and the dash / electronics are dated and old. The Toyota Camry in 2012 has that new Entune and seems to be a advanced technology vehicle.
sorry to rant but I guess Honda's better days are behind and not ahead at least for 2012.
#51 of 60 Re: Looking to buy Crosstour [kcmover]
Jan 07, 2012 (10:21 pm)
Like most Toyotas, the Camry will likely be reliable - although not as reliable as those built 5 years ago. There has been deep cost cutting on all Toyotas. None are worth the asking price given the low ball materials. Check out the extensive use of thin plastic facias for most of the rear of the car and the front. Also, if you get Nav on a Camry forget about reading it in sunlight. Also, look at Consumer reports to see which automaker makes the most reliable cars across all models - it isn't Toyota.
#52 of 60 2012 EX-L with Navi $30k+TT&L
Apr 01, 2012 (5:08 pm)
That's the deal I got here in Austin, TX, combined with 60-month 1.9% Financing. Not a crazy deal, but I feel like I got a great vehicle for a pretty good price. Surprisingly luxurious yet sporty ride for a 4-door sedan. Great 4-cyl performance and extended hatchback space, combined with the best exterior on the market (in my opinion). I got black on black, and now I have to beat the women away with a stick, which is somewhat of a problem given I've been married for 10 years with 2 kids.