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2013 and earlier Honda Odyssey Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • Is it including the destination fee? Is it after $500 flex cash for flex cash?

    MSRP:$35,625
    Invoice: $32,569

    I will be happy if I can get it for this price including destination fee but excluding flex cash.
  • Paid 33,625 in orange county ca

    include: destination fees, rack, crossbars, all weather mats, xinvisalign? & alarm.

    OTD 36,714.

    Is this a good price?
  • $30748 does indeed include destination.

    Is this a good price? I am hoping to get dealer installed second row heated seats for $599. Is that a bit too much?
  • Where are the good deals in Southern Virginia? I am looking at an EX-L no extras and best I've seen in e-mail exchanges is $33600 out the door (price of $32000 before tax/tags/title).
    Thanks
  • It is very good price.

    I would not get heated seats because kids until 8/9 sit in the car seat anyways. If you park the van inside the garage, don't even think about it.
  • Great price. The best I'm seeing down here in San Diego is $33,199 plus tax, and DMV fees for an EX-L.
  • scrap that - how about $32,498 plus tax?
  • which Chicago dealers?
  • Honda city Chicago. Hope that helps. Please let me know how it goes. Just ask for Brian, one of the internet sales guy.

    Remember, the price includes destination.
  • Bought mine in May 2013 in Northern CA (bay area). prices may be little old.

    Vehicle : 2013 odyssey EX-L (no RES or Navigation) Dealer : honda redwoodcity

    car price: 29885.00 doc processing: 80 sales tax: 2621.94 transfer charge: 29 vehicle reg + licencing fee: 312.75

    total : 32928.69

    I was naive enough to buy their extended warranty thinking it's honda care and I have 60 days to review it and cancel if I don't like it. It's by portfolio or first extended. paid $1790 for 8yr/80k protection. This is very restricted one. not like honda care or warranty direct. have to go to selling dealer for repairs. I wouldn't advise this to anyone and wouldn't advise the dealer also to anyone.

    truecar and this forum has been very helpful to figure out the price I was getting.

    Thanks Pratap

  • Wide range here in NC on the EX-L. From a base price of $31,900 to $34,400 (again, doesn't include tax, tags, doc fee, etc.). Think there's any chance of getting below $31,900?

  • Purchased 2014 Odyssey EX-L w/ RES in Indianapolis on 12/13/13. Purchase price included dealer add-on of roof rails.

    Sticker: $38, 435 (includes destination)

    Purchase price: $34,437

    Dealer Fees/Title Transfer/Tire Fee $ 201.25

    7% tax $2,255.39

    LESS $500 from Honda Financing

  • Sorry, pressed send too early:

    Purchased 2014 Odyssey EX-L w/ RES in Indianapolis on 12/13/13. Purchase price included dealer add-on of roof rails.

    Sticker: $38, 435 (includes destination)

    Purchase price: $34,437

    Dealer Fees/Title Transfer/Tire Fee $ 201.25

    7% tax $2,255.39

    LESS $500 from Honda Financing

    OTD: $36,373.04

    They also gave me $300 more on my 2003 Odyssey trade-in than other local dealers offered. Could have POSSIBLY held out for $500 more off of purchase price, but I was pleased with the deal and pulled the trigger.

  • cwalacwala Posts: 3

    Folks In Dallas, TX....Bought new Odyssey EX-L (WITHOUT RES or NAV) Black with truffle interior and Wheel locks,mud guards, cargo tray, Door Sill garnish (basically Odyssey logo etched into floor of all for entryways), door edge guards, window tint.

    Pinged dealers such as Autonation Honda, Rusty Wallis Honda, Mcdavid Honda of Frisco (Closest to me and have bought 2 previous Hondas from them), John Eagle Honda Rockwall Honda and Honda cars of Mckinney. Best quote I got was 31,710 + ttl if I financed (I did not want to finance which they said would add about $1000) and it would include all the accessories I wanted above except door sill garnish which would add another $250.

    I had a trade in worth 24280 (dealer trade in) according to kbb.com. I first tried to sell my trade in on craigslist, autotrader etc and the best I could do was 25,300. Three dealers valued my car from 24,280 to 24,500. So the best offer I had was 31960 - 24500 + ($1000) if i did not finance) = 7460 with finance and 8460 without finance. The only problem was I was getting the best offer on new van in one place and best offer for my trade in at another place.

    I narrowed my focus to David Mcdavid, Rusty Wallis and Honda Cars of Mckinney insisting on no finance. I eliminated Rusty Wallis because they would not come down any further. Finally after back and forth between Honda Mckinney and David Mcdavid I got no finance deal of $7400 +ttl and all accessories I wanted from David Mcdavid of Honda frisco.

    I negotiated with the GM of sales at Mcdavid Honda of Frisco and I have bought 2 Hondas from them before and referred people there . There is no one close to their price when you push them at the right time . December is the best month and with several days of ice and snow this month they are I am sure behind on hitting their numbers.

    If you decide on buying there let me know and I will give you the GM name.

    Thus Breakdown 32,240 (EX-L without RES or NAV) includes Wheel locks, Mud guards, Door edge guards, cargo tray Window Tint, Door Sill Garnish) Trade in Allowance 25,000 (Went up above best offer I had by $500) Trade in difference 7400 (dropped requirement to finance) Doc fee 180 Tax 462.5 (Note taxes are only on the difference ...so if you sell on the open market to private party you would need to get another 1300 for the trade in and manage all the hassle of selling to a private party) Title License fees 150 Balance 8192.5

    ......

  • hueydumpshueydumps Posts: 1
    edited December 2013

    Bought touring elite yesterday. $39,005 before ttl and dest. In dc area. Initially did the 1.9 financing through Honda fin, but local bank through dealership gave us 1.79 for 60 mos.

    All in all, I think we're happy with the deal we got - this forum is great!

  • @cwala said: Folks In Dallas, TX....Bought new Odyssey EX-L (WITHOUT RES or NAV) Black with truffle interior and Wheel locks,mud guards, cargo tray, Door Sill garnish (basically Odyssey logo etched into floor of all for entryways), door edge guards, window tint.

    Pinged dealers such as Autonation Honda, Rusty Wallis Honda, Mcdavid Honda of Frisco (Closest to me and have bought 2 previous Hondas from them), John Eagle Honda Rockwall Honda and Honda cars of Mckinney. Best quote I got was 31,710 + ttl if I financed (I did not want to finance which they said would add about $1000) and it would include all the accessories I wanted above except door sill garnish which would add another $250.

    I had a trade in worth 24280 (dealer trade in) according to kbb.com. I first tried to sell my trade in on craigslist, autotrader etc and the best I could do was 25,300. Three dealers valued my car from 24,280 to 24,500. So the best offer I had was 31960 - 24500 + ($1000) if i did not finance) = 7460 with finance and 8460 without finance. The only problem was I was getting the best offer on new van in one place and best offer for my trade in at another place.

    I narrowed my focus to David Mcdavid, Rusty Wallis and Honda Cars of Mckinney insisting on no finance. I eliminated Rusty Wallis because they would not come down any further. Finally after back and forth between Honda Mckinney and David Mcdavid I got no finance deal of $7400 +ttl and all accessories I wanted from David Mcdavid of Honda frisco.

    I negotiated with the GM of sales at Mcdavid Honda of Frisco and I have bought 2 Hondas from them before and referred people there . There is no one close to their price when you push them at the right time . December is the best month and with several days of ice and snow this month they are I am sure behind on hitting their numbers.

    If you decide on buying there let me know and I will give you the GM name.

    Thus Breakdown 32,240 (EX-L without RES or NAV) includes Wheel locks, Mud guards, Door edge guards, cargo tray Window Tint, Door Sill Garnish) Trade in Allowance 25,000 (Went up above best offer I had by $500) Trade in difference 7400 (dropped requirement to finance) Doc fee 180 Tax 462.5 (Note taxes are only on the difference ...so if you sell on the open market to private party you would need to get another 1300 for the trade in and manage all the hassle of selling to a private party) Title License fees 150 Balance 8192.5

    ......

    Cwala...can you share the best quote of $31.170 includes destination charge or not? I am in the same market area and would like to know this information...thanks for sharing such an insightful information.

    JP

  • cwalacwala Posts: 3

    JP Yes it included destination. See below....Note Mcdavid Honda beat this price but you need to know who to talk to there as the first or the second level sales folks do not seem to go down fast. Email me and I can explain on the phone or email who to talk to. my email craigshak at gmail dot com

    Here is your quote for a 2014 Honda Odyssey EX-L Your Internet Price: $ 31,710.50
    MSRP: $ 36,000
    *** OFFER VALID ON IN STOCK UNITS ONLY *** ****(Includes Destination and Handling and Dealer Added Equipment. Equipment consists of: 3 year paint and fabric warranty, Honda splash guards, Honda cargo tray, window tint, hand-painted pin stripe, door/edge molding and Honda wheel locks)**** All prices exclude tax, title, license, licensing fees. Dealer reserves the right without notice to modify this quote for arithmetic errors, incentive changes, flex cash funds, program and rate changes by American Honda Finance. Must finance/lease through AHFC._

  • dsc888dsc888 Posts: 6
    edited December 2013

    Hi Guys,

    I just signed on a 2014 TE here in the Boston area at Prime Honda. My wife and I got a Diamond White Pearl with Beige Interior.

    MSRP incl. Destination $45,280

    Negotiated Price w/ Dest. $39,742 ($5538 Discount) - $500 Flex Cash for $39,242 final price before TT&L.

    I took the 1.9% Honda Financing which is how I got the Flex Cash.

  • Okay guys buying my first odyssey. It is an EX style with mud flaps and nitrogen air in the tires.

    MSRP 33,400 Quoted 29,400 + TTL

    Is that a good deal 29,400 or should I ask to go lower?

  • Got a 2014 EX-L without NAV or RES, from DCH in Central NJ.

    Here's what I paid 32,150 830 (destination) total price: 32,980 NJ sales tax (@7%): 2,308.60 Title and other "fees": 767.50 OTD: $36,056

  • sandytcsandytc Posts: 3
    I saw a few post for EX-L 2014 for $30748 from Chicago but has anyone gotten anything like that in California? So far I got $32,799 from truecars.com. I'm just starting so would love to know what the going price is in California. We wouldn't be able to buy cars online from one state and have it be deliver to another state right?
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  • grater24grater24 Posts: 2

    Purchased EX-L RES DVD for 33,930 OTD in Fairfax with all weather car mats. I'm glad that I waited a couple of weeks and dealers started emailing me back on the 6th - dealer incentive announcement. Also the 0.9% 36 months terms is a pretty sweet deal in motivating the buyer to finance the deal as well.

  • jpotjpot Posts: 1

    Just got an EX-L 34k OTD in Houston with 0.9% 3-year financing.

  • godeacsgodeacs Posts: 481

    What dealer jpot? Did you shop Gillman, by chance? BTW, sounds like a great deal.....

  • oddie14oddie14 Posts: 2

    Any feedback on the price in Los Angeles area for 2014 Oddyssey EX-L?

    SandyTC, have you bought yours yet? Any comments?

    I also have a 2011 EX-L (with dvd) that I want to trade-in with 30K miles. What would be a good price?

    Thanks!

  • ck_in_cack_in_ca Posts: 3

    I just spent my sunday to purchase a 2014 EX-L with NAVI for $32,488. I went a little back and forth but no other dealer else would match.

    the range of eQuotes I received was very wide.

    I did all of this by email and refused to speak to a single soul before I actually entered the dealership

    not sure if this is considered a good price or not, but I found this blog quite helpful so I hope this posting helps somebody else.

    I did buy the 8/120000 extended warranty, as I tend to put a lot of miles on the car. I've got 3 big dogs and 2 kids on the way so I figure that if a window or door motor goes out or some electronic/engine component goes dead even once, it will make up for it.

  • dolleyedolleye Posts: 2

    Hi grater24,

    Would you mind sharing the dealer information? I am also in Fairfax area. Thx.

    @grater24 said: Purchased EX-L RES DVD for 33,930 OTD in Fairfax with all weather car mats. I'm glad that I waited a couple of weeks and dealers started emailing me back on the 6th - dealer incentive announcement. Also the 0.9% 36 months terms is a pretty sweet deal in motivating the buyer to finance the deal as well.

  • senmmailsenmmail Posts: 6

    If you would not mind driving 25 miles, checkout the internet sales of Pohanka at Capitol Heights, MD. I bought EXL from them.

    @dolleye said: Hi grater24,

    Would you mind sharing the dealer information? I am also in Fairfax area. Thx.

  • senmmailsenmmail Posts: 6

    How much did you pay for extended warranty? I got quotes from Honda dealers online for as low as $1330 for 8yrs/120k/$0. It can be purchased within 6 months/5K miles.

    @ck_in_ca said: I just spent my sunday to purchase a 2014 EX-L with NAVI for $32,488. I went a little back and forth but no other dealer else would match.

    the range of eQuotes I received was very wide.

    I did all of this by email and refused to speak to a single soul before I actually entered the dealership not sure if this is considered a good price or not, but I found this blog quite helpful so I hope this posting helps somebody else.

    I did buy the 8/120000 extended warranty, as I tend to put a lot of miles on the car. I've got 3 big dogs and 2 kids on the way so I figure that if a window or door motor goes out or some electronic/engine component goes dead even once, it will make up for it.

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