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2013 and earlier Honda Odyssey Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • I am headed down to the dealer tomorow to hopefully purchase a 2008 Odyssey with RES and NAV for 28704 + fees. I will post my experience after I complete the deal. Any clues what I should ask for in price on the 8 year 120k mile warranty?

    Anthony
  • su_hydsu_hyd Posts: 24
    8 year 120K...do not pay more than $1100.
    Check these web sites....
    http://www.myhondawarranty.com
    http://www.bernardiwarranty.com

    I printed price information from these websites and asked my Honda dealer to match price and they did it without any issue. I ended up buying 6 years 80K miles for 640 (0 deductible policy) yesterday.
  • This is at Kuhn Honda in Tampa, FL. I have leased there before and got a good deal there back in 2006. 36 months later, it is time to get another van.

    Thank you for your info. I will update my post when I lease with the specifics.
  • ravesraves Posts: 3
    Hello,

    Good price. May I know the dealer location please.

    Thanks
  • zolcatzolcat Posts: 14
    I got it from autotrader, cars.com, consumerreports, yahoo autos - all of them, realised that Edmunds was off by a few dollars because it took into account the region and/or color. I ended up calling and checking the online inventory of every Honda Dealer within 75 miles, did the negotiation over the phone, email and fax, and everything worked out well. All the information posted on this thread really helped us.

    We got the Ocean Mist Metallic [kids named it 'Misty' already].
  • zolcatzolcat Posts: 14
    I think there is one more, associated with Honda Hyannis of MA, hondacareextendedwarranty.com, which is $25 less then myhondawarranty, and I hear that if you call him, he could drop by another $50 or so.
  • It seems I cant use a out of state warranty place. I checked those links and both are not in California. Do you think i can still use the prices to negotiate a deal at my local dealer?

    Anthony
  • We are looking for an Odyssey EXL in Pennsylvania. From what dealership did you purchase your vehicle for $25,914?

    Thank you.
  • We are looking for an EX-L with NAV & RES. The lowest price I got in detroit is:
    31580.94 OTD (includes DOC - 160 and Tax 6%). How does this match up with what the rest of you folks have paid. Please advise. Thanks.
  • Just finished my deal at Hayward Honda in Hayward, CA. Here is the final deal

    2008 Odyssey EX-L with NAV and RES dvd.
    vehicle price = $28,913.32
    tax 8.25% = $2534.73
    Other Fees = 354.75 (Doc, lic, etc...)
    Extended Warranty 8yr/120k = $1500 (could have been better, I live in California)
    Total Out the Door = $33,302.80

    Overall it was a good experience even tho they tacked on some to the price at the end of the deal. They were matching a price I had at another dealer in El Cerrito, California that I got using the Capital One Car Buying service. Its a free service BTW. The color that I got was the Mocha Metallic, El Cerrito only had the Ocean Mist and it was a lot farther drive to get to.

    Anthony
  • su_hydsu_hyd Posts: 24
    Fredricksburg Pohanka.
    Had a similar offer from Landmark Honda.
  • That's a pretty good deal. I called them up for ex-l with res & nav and they said nothing was on stock, but their online inventory lists 4 of them. When you were there, did they mention any available vehicle with either RES or RES&NAV for 2008. Also, who was your salesman. Maybe, if I quote your deal, my negotiation length would be short :-) Anyway, thanks a bunch for posting and responding. It helps a lot.
  • I bought a 2008 EX-L w/ RES and NAV 6 weeks ago in NH.for $29,839 OTD from Peter's.

    Very happy with the car and very happy with the sale.
  • bigdadi118bigdadi118 Posts: 1,207
    No Sales Tax in NH. Price includes Title, Plate and Admin Fee... right?
  • hello, would you please tell me the location and the sales rep's name ?
    Or phone number so i can reach them.
    I would like to buy the same item like you at the same price. :)

    u can email me at hyj1209@hotmail.com
    thank you
  • Heritage Mile One Honda in MD
    2008 Odyssey LX with mud guards
    Price = $20142
    tax 6% = $1214.46
    Title,Tags&Registration = $254.00

    21709.46 OTD :)
  • I got it from Ciocca Hershey,Pa. not sure if they still have EXL 08. You can also check Bobby Rahal. Ray Price dealership in Poconos had gave me a great deal too.

    Good Luck!
  • i sent you an email. check it out and respond. thanks.
  • yak33,

    Yes our deals were similar in price and I think we have shown that there are some great deals still to be had. I am replacing a 2000 Honda Odyssey (selling to a family member) and did consider the Sienna -- problem is the way they package the vehicle makes it hard to compare.

    The Sienna prices ranged all over the place with too many different option packages. I like the Odyssey packages for their simplicity. The death blow with the Sienna was that I never got a call back from the local Toyota dealer on my day off two week ago (election day) -- they finally called a day later, but by then I had about 4 or 5 Odyssey quotes in hand.
  • su_hydsu_hyd Posts: 24
    I have not enquired about EX-L w/ RES or EX-L w/ RES & NAV.
    All my negotions were through e-mail and only included internet sales managers. I went to the dealer only after we both agreed on the price.

    I started my process by requesting OTD quotes from several dealers within 150 to 200 miles radius. My expectation was to get base EX-L for the OTD price of less than 26K.

    The first OTD quotes received were atleast $1000 to $2000 more than my price expectations. The whole process took 2 weeks and I was willing to wait until my target price was reached.

    Don't worry about dealer inventory......it only takes $100 to $150 get one through dealer trade.

    Give me your e-mail and I will share the sales person contact information.
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