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I am getting this deal in Michigan for CRV LX AWD
Invoice22924 Mudgaurd149 Tax1375 Doc Fee200 Plate 200 Total 24848.
Is this a good deal?
Want to pull the trigger before 31st please update.
Philadelphia area, 2014 CRV EX-L AWD $27000 (Car price)
lx awd model = 23.553 with dest/charge. Your deal is 629 below invoice minus 200 doc fee.
selling price 429 below invoice.. mudguards are 65 dollars..thats near dealers invoice price.
There is room to negotiate on this deal.
2013 Genesis 5.0 R-spec, 2013 Accord EXL V-6, 2012 BMW x-5, 2012 ML350
2014 LX FWD =23,871
21,765 Cash Price
1,747.61 Sales Tax (OC CA)
80 Doc Proc Fee
29 Reg Fee
141 Veh Lic Fee (Est)
100 Reg Fee (Est)
8.75 Ca Tire Fee
If you buy in Huntington Beach they give you a voucher for a city parking pass (~$150)
This cash price was the Internet price (ask to look at their book to verify). I also saw a Pilot EX 4WD for cash price of $31,415.
Good luck folks!!!
I've been quoted $26,151 including destination for a 2014 AWD CRV Ex-L which seems very good. Am taking with another dealer who says this is a ridiculous price and wants to see the quote. Is it normal practice to email one dealers quote to another? Thanks!
Best price solicited for a 2014 AWD EX-L (no nav, no res) is $1,000 below the invoice+delivery of $28,000. Why no better than this, considering the special $3,000/vehicle dealer incentive for beating Dec12?
Brian, looking at a quote from a NC dealer : 2014 CRV EXL 2wd $25,890 + 776 tax (3%) + 73 title + 549 docs = $ 27,288 OTD . Should I look at your $1500 below the $25890 ( 25890 - 1500 = $24,390) ... and dealer is saying I need to finance thru Honda or is the $25890 a good starting price already ? if so can I then ask for various accessories like Wheel locks, splash guards, spoiler, side molding, cargo tray and roof rack ? When should I bring up a **trade-in **? ... Dealer wants to make their number so mgr. called me back with a $26,800 out the door
How/when do I bring up the trade ? Thank you very much for your response
I was able to negotiate via email 2014 CR-V EX (2WD) with Lifetime Drive Train Warranty for $25k out the door. I went to test drive the car, but did not end up buying it. The quality of the interior was very disappointing.
Also, the car just felt a little flimsy. I went to test drive the new Jeep Cherokee and was very impressed by the car, so I'm leaning towards the Jeep. If anyone is interested in my contact at the Honda dealership let me know. I am in San Francisco area (East Bay). I am not affiliate with any dealership.
Ask dealership if he will give you added accesories at invoice price. You may have to pay dealer for installion cost of spoiler and mud guards.. You need to be flexable here especially if he sells you those items at his cost. The more you chew him down the less likely a good price will be recieved on your trade in. Its a catch 22 you will take a hit on the new sale side or the trade in side. IF you feel that price is fair call him back and tell him you decide to trade in your vehicle.. Its best to have a back up dealership.
Hey, wanted to add my purchase to the mix. Just bought a 2014 Honda CR-V EX FWD in Basque Red Pearl. I think it was a decent deal at 23,500. I bet I could have gotten it cheaper if I bought one of the "grays" in the lot, but I had my heart set on red and they had to do a dealer trade for it. Anyway OTD at 25,9XX. So roughly got the MSRP OTD, feeling good!
BTW, Thanks Brian for your tips. For those of you that's going to the dealers in the next day or so. You just have to find a dealership that's willing to deal. Most are willing to deal, but when it comes to numbers few of them will move.
What are the 2014 CRV EX awd going for OTD..I am in Chicago area too..I got a price of 24914 for it ..I know this is high..I been playing around with the number..I am thinking more like $24,-24,200 including dest.. doc is $189.30 Tiltle and and reg $155 +tax..Does this sound fair..
I know its late but NC/SC buyers go to Scott Clarks Honda in Charlotte and see Rich/Dave/Barney ... incredible deal ... see them
Hi Brian I got a quote for 26700 OTD for 2014 CRV EX awd. Does this price sound good? Here is the breakdown: invoice price : 24000 including destination fee); doc, electronic filling, county flat tax, & tile: around 400; plus tax.
Take the time to call Barney @ Scott Clark in NC 1-877-389-8348 ... for us , it was well worth the drive. We were in the midst of getting all worked up by several dealers that were much closer to us but just thought we would not give up and made a decision to call Scott Clark Honda to compare some numbers. The attitude and pricing was such a positive experience that we are still amazed with our very favorable buying experience. This was a real answer to prayer.
Brian ... thank you so much for your time and expertise offered on this forum ... just like you said , we did our homework on the $900 to $1500 below invoice , accessories installed and how to introduce the trade-in offer. Barney listened to us, saw that we had done our research and took our case to mgmt. and the result ... we drove off the lot with a 2014 CRV EXL 2wd financed by American Honda which is an incentive to both us and the dealer.
Happy New Year ... and thanks again for your insight
Hi Brian, thanks for your comments, they are very helpful. My quote in New Jersey: 2014 honda crv exl, $26,800 including destination, + doc fees of 369+ Reg and NJ taxes of 7%. That's the best I have got after talking to a few dealerships. This is 1200 below invoice ( I have excluded doc fees from this).
One question: does it makes sense to buy honda care of 7yr/80k miles for $1150?
Thanks a lot for your help.
HK25 would u post the dealership name and address and the person you were dealing with
sounds like you got the best deal possible
Thanks so much
Your area 's market price is between 700 below invoice to 1500 below your models invoice. The higher end of this price you might not get until the end of the month or when dealersips stock starts to increase.. Read back prior posts to see what dealers in your area are selling at.. then repost any question you may have..
Good job with your negotiation your in the higher end of our area's tarket price range.
As far as that warranty if you plan on keeping that vehicle 7 yrs thats your piece of mind.
i feel when i buy a honda vehicle i pay that extra $$ for good quility build and resale value.. I have owned 6 honda vechiles and never took the warranty so i'd say i'm either lucky or i'm buying a good product. I also saved 7k over the years. I'm sure the laws of average might catch up one day if i bought 5 more hondas but until then i'll keep that cash in my pocket.
.If I buy a american vehicle and plan of keeping it more than 5 years i would consider on that Vehicle..
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