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2013 and earlier Honda Odyssey Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • dtvdtv Posts: 8
    Bought an EXL from Honda of Lisle (in Chicago area) for 26,700 including destination but not TTL. Best buying experience so far.
  • frank103frank103 Posts: 3
    Which dealer is this?
  • frank103frank103 Posts: 3
    Anybody got a good deal? I got a quote $28,770 including destination charge.
  • technoztechnoz Posts: 34
    Looks like financing is gone not seen at honda.com
  • nobonobo Posts: 305
    Any pricing updates?
  • djhop1234djhop1234 Posts: 1
    With dwindling stocks and uncertainty of the July incentives we finally pulled the trigger yesterday. It seemed that most lots in Chicago area only had a handful of 09s left. We bought a EXL Nav and Res for 30,800 plus tax etc. and got a good deal on our MDX for trade-in and the financing. Bought at Honda of Lisle, relatively painless however it took a while.

    Thanks to the board for helping me with research! Now I am dying to see what July incentives and the 2010 model brings.
  • Anyone has an update on this? Still has an incentive on Odyssey? Thanks!
  • technoztechnoz Posts: 34
    Just got news honda extended its current promotion to end of business 7/8
  • $2500 below invoice is on until 7/8? but the additional $1000 (only if the dealer met the target) was expired on 6/30. Did you mean include both or just $2500? Thanks.
  • srilu_10srilu_10 Posts: 6
    Hi,

    I am in Bayarea too , Looking for the similar model...can you pls forward me the quote you recieved it will be very helpful to me.

    my id is srilu_10 at yahoo dot com.
  • A year ago I heard these going for around 29,000 at the end of the 2008 model year. Bought one prior to July 1, 2009 for 30,300 +TTL for a new 2009, but the dealer invoice was also about 1,200 higher than last year. Anyone have similar experiences or lower purchase price?
  • dsmguydsmguy Posts: 23
    After looking at the Sienna’s and not really liking the dealer much (Toyota of Des Moines – Iowa), we’ve decided on taking a look at the Honda Odyssey’s. We’ve looked at a 2010 EX-L. The MSRP is $33,155 and with dest. Charge, it comes to $33,865. No additional accessories. Anyone know of a good price to offer on this? Any advice would be helpful. Thanks in advance.
  • technoztechnoz Posts: 34
    2010 ody's are already at the showroom floor?
  • Think that must've been a 2009 EX-L since that's the current MSRP. No 2010s are out yet, so far as I know.

    Speaking of which -- any ideas on when 10s are supposed to begin showing up at dealers?
  • technoz,
    where/how did you hear the promotion was extended until end of business 7/8? and did that include the dealer cash and financing or just the dealer cash?

    thanks
  • technoztechnoz Posts: 34
    This is the email 2.9% financing still intact

    We just wanted to let you know that American Honda has extended the current incentives.

    Due to the great success we have had with the current incentives, such as some rates that are available as low as 2.9% on Odysseys, Civics and Accords, AHFC has extended all incentives!

    They gave us 2 more days, so until the end of the day on Wednesday, July 8th you still have time to save some money! Some
    incentives as much as $2500 for the 2009 Honda Odyssey gives you a great reason to buy now.
  • thanks technoz. can i ask what region you're in? I'm not finding that and wondering if it might be regional incentives, even though it certainly sounds like a national extension. thanks
  • technoztechnoz Posts: 34
    midwest I am in illinois
  • mohanpmohanp Posts: 26
    Tracy Honda...
  • mohanpmohanp Posts: 26
    Tracy Honda... Speak to Nick Sidhu
  • jeesmonjeesmon Posts: 2
    I bought 2009 Honda Odyssey EX-L with RES including destination charge, wheel locks and splash guards for $27,740 + $298 documentation fee on 6/29. Purchase was from Boch Honda in Norwood, MA. Sales man's name "Abad Amine" :)
  • This is a great deal you got, less than ir equals $28,000 + TTL with RES will make me happy! Thanks for sharing.
  • Curious about something, I have seen a $1000 volume based incentive mentioned (in addition to the May-June $2500 incentive) and was curious about it. Was it listed here on Edmunds? Was it regionally based? Or, was it something only made public if the dealer decided to share as much in the negotiation conversation?
  • nobonobo Posts: 305
    $27,740 for EX-L with RES is the best price I have seen yet.
  • mohanpmohanp Posts: 26
    $27,740 for EX-L with RES is a STEAL !!!
  • g_acerg_acer Posts: 2
    Just bought a LX yesterday in Houston (McDavid). OTD was $23,200. It did have 2 dealer installed option (tinting $299 and protection package$399), which I figured is really worth about $200 or so. So your deal looks pretty good.

    I send out requests for $23,000 OTD and seems like no dealer wants to talk to me. The inventory seems to be getting low, the salesperson said that he does not see any 2009 Odyssey in the pipeline, so I had to settle for my 3rd choice color.

    I bought a 2000 Odyssey LX about TEN years ago for $25,512 OTD. With the rebate this really is a good time to buy. Overall I'm happy and hope this one last 10 years with just as few problems too.
  • tpavantpavan Posts: 12
    Who did you deal with? I think this is a great deal.
  • maestrox2maestrox2 Posts: 9
    dat's great price. So far the lowest I got for EX-L $27700 + TTL. Not sure I want to part away with my Pathfinder. space or masculine. That's very hard decision.
  • dsmguy,
    This is my first time on this forum. I am shopping for an Odyssey EXL. Is that price you mentioned a "drive away" price? Does it include tax and registration fees? Thanks
  • Hi. Looking to purchase and EXL in NJ soon. I am hoping to pay $27,000 OTD. Is that realistic? If so, can you recommend a dealership who doesnt play games...Thanks
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