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2013 and earlier Honda Odyssey Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • Thanks for the information!

    Looking at your numbers, you did get the cash back as well, so that's good!

    I agree that 08's are being taken quickly, but some dealers still have quiet a few. One of them had five 08 Tourings left!!!! I know the dealers' website may not be up-to-date, but I saw this on the salesman's computer screen the other day! This was in NYC, so I guess it just depends on where you are. Another dealer I talked to had none in stock!

    Let's see, maybe they will extend the 0% to 60 months to get rid of all the 08's (I hope but doubt it). I think the competition is getting harder because Toyota recently announced the 0% (36 months) on most models. It's becoming interesting every day!
  • Actually, I was at Toyota today -, IF they would have had 2008's (they are sold out, we are in Houston home to low housing and lots of oil n gas, lots of these everywhere I live in big suburb )

    anyway, I would have gotten ZERO percent on 60 months AND 6 months deferred payments! since it was truly zero percent it would have been fine for me to go 66 months and not have a car payment for 6 months, but all they had were 2009's!

    so hope that helps someone!
  • prakanprakan Posts: 2
    Hi,

    We also stay in TX, Could you send me the details base price, tax etc and the sales person name. Appreciate your help.

    Thanks
  • prakanprakan Posts: 2
    Hi,

    Please could you send me email your base price, taxes and OTD Price etc,and sales person name as I intended to purchase by this weekend I would appreciate your help.

    my email: catchkrprasad@yahoo.com

    Thanks
  • I wanted to also thank you pavanman, I was able to surf to this message on my blackberry while with finance guy and quote directly your information and I too got a 100K 6 year ext warranty for $885 by listing the dealership name and location, I feel that is a superb score as feel most of the gadgets will need tweaking by year 4.

    I then also had the name, number of each dealership ready to call from my cell phone and do business, telling them I had NO problem flying with one of my free flights from southwest airlines to drive a car down to save $$ something and then write off the trip for my husbands company. :P so each time that was when they said fine and we moved on.

    thanks again
    K
  • I hope it's not Coggin Honda Orlando because I had a really bad experience with the internet salesman. Promises you things and drops you after the the money clears.
  • Drove out of the dealership today with a very nice Deep Cherry Red 2009 Odyssey Touring...

    Out the door cost was $40,190 including TTL (6.25% sales tax in Texas). We added a 7 year, 80K mile HondaCare warranty for $900 more.

    Yes, that is a lot more than a 2008 would have been, but it is a year newer and the color we wanted, so it is what it is...

    Drove it around this afternoon about 60 miles, had a lot of fun with the navi system and the bluetooth, both new for us. Picked up my 3 year old son and my mom and drove them to get ice cream, that was a lot of fun (and nothing spilled in the van to boot!).

    Drives much nicer than my wife's old 2002 Explorer which we did not trade in as they did not make a reasonable offer for it ($2K).

    We purchased from Honda Cars of McKinney. Overall the process was as expected, the van was clean and ready to be seen, the price was exactly as quoted via e-mail (I never went there until I had a check in hand), and the whole process took less than an hour. Overall, I was pleased with the purchase.

    We ended up getting financed with Honda after all. Honda did 5.15%. Still, the monthly payment is painful. With $500 down, we're paying $770 a month for 5 years. This is the first brand new car purchase my wife or I have ever made, so we figured what the heck. A 3 year old son and a 2 month old daughter, now was the time.
  • fxguyfxguy Posts: 132
    This seems to be a lot of money for an Odyssey. Did you get any discount off MSRP?
  • as a financial analyst I would have to suggest turning the car in, work on credit score, drive your FREE 2002 car for another year, make $770 a month to your savings account, which would you give you about $10,000, sell the 2K car on ebay giving you $12K, take the 2009 touring this time next year for 33K, put 12K down and get 2.9 financing and then save $20,000 + difference +whatever change in finance percentage would bring you ( a few thousand)

    close your eyes and imagine what you u would do with $20,000 for your family with 2 young children and think about it

    sorry if this is OT , I can't help myself here
  • sorry if this is OT , I can't help myself here

    Umm.. yeah.. might be OT.. :)

    Moderator - Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs

  • ssk6ssk6 Posts: 8
    Hi,

    I am new to this forum.

    Is anybody planning to buy 2008 Odyssey EX-L or EXL-RES in NJ in the next 2 weeks.

    What is the best OTD price you are getting and which dealer.

    Any help is appreciated. I am looking to buy one in the last week of October.

    Thanks
  • ssk6ssk6 Posts: 8
    Hi rrr3,

    Did you buy EX-L in NJ yet? Did you get any better price and from which dealer ?

    I am looking to buy in the last week of October.

    Thanks
  • Not it was Holler, isn't that the case with most car dealerships

    But the folks at classic seem aggressive and are competing with themselves (Holler and Classic). so I am going to see what I can do - I have learned do not get attached to car salesperson it is a business deal and you have to choose what works best for you
  • I am shopping around for 2008 Odyssey EXL-RES in Dallas, Texas. could any body help me what is the best price i can get and from which dealer. Any help, guidance, suggestion would be greatly apperciated.
  • skr2skr2 Posts: 32
    Hi Zubair,
    I am also shopping for a similar model in Dallas. Maybe we should pool in our resources and try and get a better deal from the dealers, 2 vehicles at the same time. Let me know if you are interested
  • Please let me know how your final deal goes. I'm dealing with these same dealerships as well on a EXL. If your getting that deal with on an EX-L w/RES that's great. But I think the MSRP you're quoting is on a regular EX-L without RES.

    Ravi
  • Could you share your all quotes you got from dealers. Let us negotiate together, we would definitely get the best price then.
    thanks
    zubair
  • g15g15 Posts: 8
    you guys think $27,400 is a good price for a EX-L RES?
  • You were right Holler misquoted me - I went ahead with the deal at classic, My sales guy (Internet Manager) Mike Manning was very easy to work with

    EX-L w/ res 2.9% interest
    1 year oil change and maitnenance - free

    Here is what I paid
    27,420
    + 250 for dealer installed protection package (price dropped from 900)
    OTD with tax, tag, title, and Dealer Fee 30324.56
  • Yeah, make sure this is RES b/c that msrp is for the ex-l. don't let them trick you by signing for ex-l when you actually were shopping for ex-l res.
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