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2013 and earlier Honda Odyssey Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • $30,145 - just included destination (ttl would have been another $2000)
  • Indy Honda on the south side is where I bought although Terry Lee Honda in Avon were the most aggressive to make a deal (both internet sales were great to work with). Ed Martin Honda I hear likes to deal as well (didn't have time to contact them). Tom Wood in Anderson says they can beat anyones price by ~$200 or so if they have it in stock. We bought our 01 civic from them. Penske - wouldn't match my offer of 26,150. When I went in the night before I offered 26k, they kind of laughed at me and didn't even counter offer (salesman was really nice just said that they sold 27 cars on saturday so I guess probably didn't need the extra sale - 26.8k was the lowest they were willing to do - I didn't have any paperwork or quotes with me when I said 26k - just what other people had paid on this forum) Try when it is the end of the month (last day if you can), some dealerships need a few sales and will do about anything. I had no trade in. I drive a 1992 honda accord w/ 173k miles that I will be selling for $1300 or so. I would probably have gotten $200 for trade :D Just shop around the 465 horn until you get the price you want. I think anything less than 26.5k is a good deal, less than 26.2k a great deal.
  • jeremyazjeremyaz Posts: 15
    Seems like the purchase price is good but you had a lot of out of pocket $$ that you put down. I would venture that you actually had a $3-4k or more cap cost reduction in the deal. In AZ, you only pay taxes on the portion of the if your residual was $20k, you would pay approx 8% on $13k divided by 36 months (call it $30/mth added to price or $1040).

    When I lease, I try to put out the least upfront money as possible. Just my .02 cents.
  • OTD price $29,963 is great in Raleigh, NC area. Would you mind breaking down your price here? Thanks a lot.
  • jag999, would you mind share the salesman's name at Sheehy Honda for your EX-L w/ RES?
  • hansiennahansienna Posts: 2,312
    Why is there such a BIG difference in prices for an Odyssey? :confuse:

    Best price in this area for a 2009 Ody EX-L is $ 28,105 before TTL...however, most dealers here NEVER did charge above MSRP in the past.
  • Where are you at? Are you talking about EX-L RES? :confuse:
  • I am looking to buy an '09 LX soon. Anyone know the dealers to go to or to avoid in the Milwaukee area?

    In December '08 I was quoted a new '08 LX at $20,000 +TTL at Boyland and last month I was quoted $21,500 +TTL for a new '09 at Schlossmann's Honda City.

  • hansiennahansienna Posts: 2,312
    2009 Odyssey EX-L.

    It is NOT a more expensive EX-L-RES nor does the EX-L have any extra options.
  • bigdadi118bigdadi118 Posts: 1,207
    You can try 27,500 (incl dest) on plain EXL with no add'l options.
  • cc8cc8 Posts: 8
    The dealer I'm working with just came back to me with the below (I am in CA) - I think this is pretty good but wanted everyone's thoughts:

    EX-L + DVD + Navigation
    Base Price == $27,900
    OTD =======$30,911

    Trading in a 2002 325i === value assessed at $5100 (I am going to see if they can do better on the trade in deal).

    So net effective cost to me is $30,911 - 5,100 == $25,811

  • jeremyazjeremyaz Posts: 15
    What constitutes OTD? Is your OTD prior to taxes or does it include taxes? If you are getting $27,900 for EXL, RES and NAV then you are about $2400 better than any other poster to this point (I've seen $30,455 posted 22103). Let me know as I am looking at the EXL with RES and maybe NAV if the deal is there. Thanks,
  • bigdadi118bigdadi118 Posts: 1,207
    Are you sure, which dealer did you get this deal? The 2009 EXL w/Nav & Res MSRP is 37,625.00 (incl dest)
  • cthalaimcthalaim Posts: 12
    i bought my 09 lx on end of feb'09..refer the below post for price details..if 21,500 includes destn fee then it's almost same as mine..but i think still you can try..!keywords=#21739
  • pov55441pov55441 Posts: 5
    Hi Car Man and Forum Readers. I plan on leasing a new EX in the next 2-3 months in the Minneapolis area. I would like to add on RES and rear back-up sensors, but I don't know what those two add-ons would do to my cost. Can anyone please help me with an estimate as well as monthly payment?!? I also have perfect credit and will put $0 down, 12K, and 36mo.

    On a related note, we are about to turn in an EXL so I know that the leather is another option. Bottom line, we don't need the leather and are hopefully looking to save a few bucks by just going with the EX. THANK YOU so much!!
  • Thats the Great Deal, EX-L with RED and navigation for $27900 base price. Would you mind sharing the dealer name please.
  • fmichaelfmichael Posts: 95
    I too live in the Milwaukee area, & I'm looking into an Odyssey...Schlossmann's offered me the best internet price on an EX at $24237 which is good until April 30th.
  • vee927vee927 Posts: 11
    2009 Honda Odyssey
    EX-L R+N
    Selling Price: $30050.00
    7% NJ Tax: $2102.30
    Doc: $199
    Dmv: $354 [Based on financing]
    NJ Tire Tax: $7.50

    Total: $32703.30

    Can I do better then this in NJ
    I have $500 deposit on the car they have to locate the color I need.

    Thank you for your help I could not have done this with you guys on this.
  • atrajanatrajan Posts: 27

    that is an excellent price. At least $1000 less than what i received. Will you be able to share the dealership name? I am also in NJ.

  • i got an ex-l from lisle honda for 29,560 out the door (including 7.25 tax and new plates) - i think the price before TTL was 27,100
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