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2014 Honda CR-V Prices Paid and Buying Experiences

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  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,735

    @albert5 said: in WA state, for 2014 CRV EX AWD silver w/ black interior (no add ons) - I was able to negotiate with 2 dealers so far : first dealer - OTD of $27,500 with 2 year free maintenance and 0.9% for 60months with $200 referral. 2nd dealer - OTD of $27,200 with 0.9% for 60months. Is this a good deal within my state?

    Low and high target price in your state.............1000 to 1700 below dealers invoice

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  • jackiebeejackiebee Posts: 3

    Hi Brian...in PA is a CRV EXL AWD Silver, black interior no extras OTD of $28,398 a good deal?

  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,735

    @jackiebee said: Hi Brian...in PA is a CRV EXL AWD Silver, black interior no extras OTD of $28,398 a good deal?

    Breakdown your deal and I will comment.

    Selling price ? does this price include destanation charge? what is dealers doc fee charge? Are there any incentives or rebates added to your OTD number.

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  • jackiebeejackiebee Posts: 3

    Selling price = $26,557 (includes dest charge) Tax (6%) = 1593.42 Doc fee = $248 OTD = $28,398.42

  • no1b4me1no1b4me1 Posts: 14

    Bought yesterday, thanks board and Brian CRV AWD EX-L , financed for 60 months @ 1.9% Price (incl dest) 25,600 Taxes: 1664 Title/Lic: 221 Doc fee: 115

    OTD: 27,600

  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,735

    Very nice deal you made.. Good luck with your new CRV

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  • plalaplala Posts: 16

    I was offered below price for Honda CR-V AWD EX in chicago area. This deal was for memorial day only. Was this a good deal or wait for 2015 Honda CR-V which will come out on couple of months?

    Sale Price - 23,394.00 (destination fee included) Document Fee - 166.27 ERT Fee - 25.00 Sales Tax - 1,685.97 New License Plates - 196.00 Total - *25,467.24

    Financing rate was 2.99%. I though Honda offers 1.9% APR. Is this true?

  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,735

    Plala,

    You are going to pay invoice or a little below on a 2015 CRV when they start rolling out in Sept/ Oct. If money is tight on your end buy a late summer 2014 model.. Labor day or after. you will find a excellent deal.. The 2014/ 2015 models are not changed, only some minor upgrades and features offered.

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  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,735
    edited May 27

    @jackiebee said: Selling price = $26,557 (includes dest charge) Tax (6%) = 1593.42 Doc fee = $248 OTD = $28,398.42

    There is room for more savings but if you dont want to haggle further make the deal you have done alright.

    here is the breakdown on your models invoice price w dest/charge

    .......... 28,000

    ....... - 26,557.................selling price of CRV

    • ..............

    = 1443 below invoice price minus doc fee of 248= ................1195 below dealers invoice price

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  • albert5albert5 Posts: 40
    Guys,
    Any feedback will be appreciated.

    Currently, im seeing in portland oregon area where 2014 crv awd EX are selling for "advertised internet price" of $25,525 within 4-5 dealers. Same thing with the 2014 crv awd EXL no navi/ent for "adv internet price" of $28,180

    Does this mean, the crv price is starting to go down and we can start to negotiate for ex awd starting from $24,700 OTD and for EXL awd start around $27,000 OTD?
  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,735

    albert5

    Some dealers with more vehicles in stock will sell lower.

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  • raam2raam2 Posts: 10

    HI everyone

    I had messaged this forum around 2 months ago. I am buying a CR-V LX 2WD from Houston. I postponed my purchase by 2 months, and the prices are stable - very similar both times.

    I am planning to buy the first week of June, and have a OTD of ~22170 $ (price:19758, dest:830, tax:1300, inventory tax: 43, doc fee: 125, TTL: 125), with window tint costing an additional 185. I am loking at a price of ~ 1650 less than invoice. I did not haggle either the first time or this time, as I knew I was getting a good deal. I might ask the dealer to include the tint for free perhaps at most.

    The differences between the last two months were: There is no flex cash this time around, and I can get my own financing this time if needed. I think this goes additional power for me to bargain for a good APR.

    I will keep this group updated about how it goes on Monday. I am expecting a hassle free purchase with no pressure.

    Thanks a lot for the inputs from this site, and to Brian and Stever.

  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,735
    edited May 29

    I posted this in the Accord forum but it applies to you guys to buying a New CRV . Warranty Prices on the CRV models will run alittle cheaper than on the Accord models.

    Your warranty was purchased at a very good price. Most dealers will not sell that 7/60k for 900 dollars...................... Please post dealers name for us.. Enjoy your new ride

    There are 3 dealers that will sell that same warranty between 800 and 900 dollars . You can Compare online prices between all of them.. You might be able to knock a few more dollars off there online price depending on what plan you take. If you just bought a expensive service plan cancel it and buy from one of the below dealers.

    1- hyannishondacare.com.......................... has the best pricing right now

    2- saccuccihondacare.com................,....... Will match has excellent pricing

    3- curryhondacare.com............................. they will match above 2 dealers prices.

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  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 40,778

    Over the years I've read that some plans won't let you cancel and then turn around and buy the extended warranty again, so it'd be good to double check that first.

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  • roadrunner45roadrunner45 Posts: 1

    Hey guys. Thanks for all the updates and info. Here is my current deal that I am planning on pulling the trigger on tomorrow. Baltimore metro area 2014 crv lx awd Included in the selling price are mud flaps, all weather mats, cargo tray and cargo organizer Msrp 25025 Selling price is 21500 including 830 freight Processing is 200 MD tax is 6 percent of 21700 = 1302 Title and tags is $279 OTD is 23281 That is after 2 days of negotiation. Do you think there is more room since it is coming up on months end?

  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,735

    Great price make the deal/................ post dealer you bought from after your sale

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  • mrbrewersmrbrewers Posts: 6

    Can you tell me if this is a good deal in SC for AWD CRV-EXL, sale price 25900 + TTT apprx 850 = 26750. This is not OTD price, Interestingly we need to pay Sales tax approx 850 later to SC state (don't need to pay at purchase) = final total (Take home price) = 27600. This model does not have navigation or rear entertainment system. Appreciate all your hep.

  • rags10rags10 Posts: 7

    Bryan, Can you tell me if this is a good deal in VA for CRV EXL AWD. Sale Price: 24275 + Destination Fee:830 + Taxes + Tag Fees + Dealer Fee 398. The Out the door price is 27000. Dealer is giving the following accessories included as part of the deal: All weather mats Splash Guards Wheel Locks. Appreciate all your help.

  • rameshkumarrameshkumar Posts: 1

    Hey everyone, Being a first time car buyer, thanks to this site I have learnt a lot and is quite helpful. I have received a deal in Tx for 2014 CRV EX FD. Sale Price: 22095 + Destination Fee:830 + ST: 1432 + Document Fee: 125 with an OTD of $24,652.Do you think it is a good deal?

  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,735
    edited May 31

    @rags10 said: Bryan, Can you tell me if this is a good deal in VA for CRV EXL AWD. Sale Price: 24275 + Destination Fee:830 + Taxes + Tag Fees + Dealer Fee 398. The Out the door price is 27000. Dealer is giving the following accessories included as part of the deal: All weather mats Splash Guards Wheel Locks. Appreciate all your help.

    Rags10; this deal is 2,895 below invoice and almost 2500 under dealers invoice after doc fee's of 398 are subtracted from price. seems to good to be true..

    Invoice price with destanation for your model is $28,000 even after taking into consideration dealers 398 doc fee charge looks like you have a monster deal in the works. plus dealer is throwing in mats and guards... Where do i sign for this deal. Best price to date on this crv without flex cash offered. Post selling dealership when you complete this deal

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  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,735

    @rameshkumar said: Hey everyone, Being a first time car buyer, thanks to this site I have learnt a lot and is quite helpful. I have received a deal in Tx for 2014 CRV EX FD. Sale Price: 22095 + Destination Fee:830 + ST: 1432 + Document Fee: 125 with an OTD of $24,652.Do you think it is a good deal?

    Your at 1492 below dealers invoice this is a good price and deal in your state. there may be a little more money left on the table to get if you are a good negotiator. Post your deal and dealership you bought from when your deal is complete .... Good luck today

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  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,735

    @mrbrewers said: Can you tell me if this is a good deal in SC for AWD CRV-EXL, sale price 25900 + TTT apprx 850 = 26750. This is not OTD price, Interestingly we need to pay Sales tax approx 850 later to SC state (don't need to pay at purchase) = final total (Take home price) = 27600. This model does not have navigation or rear entertainment system. Appreciate all your hep.

    This is a good deal at 2100 below invoice.... Minus dealerships doc fee charge and that is your true buying sales number.

    Otd numbers state tax, dmv charges are regulated by your state we do not need that info. Selling price and doc fees indicates a good or bad deal. every poster has a different otd number form each state due to what i mentioned above. post your dealership and deal when done ....... good job

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  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,735

    Ive been telling all you guys. Play the game right til the end of this month you will be very happy with pulling off a really good deal. End of june you will see very good buying numbers in alot of states. June ends the 2nd quarter for all car companies. If your not ready to buy today wait til the last days of june..

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  • mikec34mikec34 Posts: 11

    Brian (or anyone else),

    Could I get an idea of good pricing for a CR-V EX FWD in the Orlando, FL area? Wife totaled her car, so we need to buy soon. I wish I could wait until the end of June and not the beginning...

    Haven't started visiting or contacting dealerships yet. Wanted to get an idea of pricing before I go. Only thing I've done thus far is get Truecar pricing. Lowest was:

    $22,699 + $699 doc fee = $23,398, plus whatever taxes, title, fees, etc.

    Thoughts?

  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,735

    Hi mike34

    Below are the 3 dealerships that forum members have been playing hard ball with in your area. You should be able to make your best deal with one of them. Begginning of June you may not find that real good price like others have posted. but if you attack each dealership with letting each know:....... this is the model and price i'm looking to pay...... i'll buy right now from your dealership...... You should come close to your target price.

    Buyers have done alot better than the true car price of 951 below invoice price after considering the 699 doc fee. I would set my target price low and high end to buy 1000 to 1600 below invoice price shooting for that 1600 high and maybe settling for 12 to 1300 below if possible.

    Dealers to contact...... Auto nation, Coggin, Holler

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  • mikec34mikec34 Posts: 11

    @brian125 said: Hi mike34

    Below are the 3 dealerships that forum members have been playing hard ball with in your area. You should be able to make your best deal with one of them. Begginning of June you may not find that real good price like others have posted. but if you attack each dealership with letting each know:....... this is the model and price i'm looking to pay...... i'll buy right now from your dealership...... You should come close to your target price.

    Buyers have done alot better than the true car price of 951 below invoice price after considering the 699 doc fee. I would set my target price low and high end to buy 1000 to 1600 below invoice price shooting for that 1600 high and maybe settling for 12 to 1300 below if possible.

    Dealers to contact...... Auto nation, Coggin, Holler

    Thanks a lot, Brian. I can see how helpful you have been in these forums. A few quick questions.

    1. Where do you get the invoice pricing number? It seems that googling it gives a few different numbers.

    2. So you take the invoice price and try to beat it by 1600 (good deal) or so, after the doc fee? I'm just trying to figure out how I should be doing the math.

    3. So based on my numbers, if I am at $951 below and I would like to get to $1600 below, then coming back on the offer above and subtracting $649 would give me an offer of $22,749. That would be my "good" target to get to, yes?

    4. Last question: What options (e.g., wheel locks, mats, etc.) are good to either ask a dealership to throw in as an incentive or are good to actually purchase (not better than aftermarket)?

    PS Coggin is the dealership that contacted me regarding the offer above.

    Thanks!

  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,735
    edited June 1

    mike

    1- These sites you could find MSRP and Invoice pricing on all vehicles - Edmunds, Nada, KBB.com, Msn auto, Truecar pricing, AOL auto.

    2- yes

    3- Yes if you could get it.. Remember if a dealer has only one of your model they may want more money... 10 or more of your model makes getting your prices alot easier. Subtract your target price from the your models invoice price. dont forget to re- add the 790 dest/ charge back onto the deal. that we all have to pay.

    4- alot of dealers will throw in at no charge to get your business wheel locks and splash guards. dont be fooled.... wheel locks are on every model they cost the dealer about 20 dollars if that. splash guards you could buy on line for $67, and mats are 90. Nitrogen in tires is Bs.. Dont pay for that .. Use above prices as a guide to making dealer sell these items at this price or cheaper. or as i would do try to get dealer to throw them into your deal.

    Example; dealer# 1... does not want to sell for 1600 below invoice but he is close to your house and you want to buy there. lets say dealer 1, want 12 or 1300 below invoice .. You counter offer with throw in x accessories and i will buy today.. otherwise i will think about your offer and get back to you............................. Play the game.. Go to the next dealer etc.

    All accessories at good prices can be found at

    College hills honda

    Cheap honda parts.

    Use these prices as a guide to getting as close to dealers invoice price as we know.

    Go thru the Internet mgr at Coggin. get his number and email and send him a email with what you want . Put him on the spot for a sale that moment. Tell Coggin Honda you have emailed auto nation and others and first dealer to met your price gets your business. also tell Coggin that you would prefer to buy from them you leave 5 mins from the dealership. Tell all of them that.........LOL

    when i buy cars i like to speak directly to each internet mgr. this way i wack each dealership off my list if they;

    1- Cant give me a honest answer about price

    2- Have no clue what there doing..

    Good luck

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  • srini0603srini0603 Posts: 1

    Brian,

    Is this a good price in Northen NJ? Honda CRV EXL AWD:

    $26563 (this includes destinaation charges) + $259 document fee + $7.50 NJ Tire fee + $10 NJCAR DSP Service fee + $301 DMV Fees + 7% NJ Tax. and the total comes to $29000.

    Also there is no cash back and there is no 0.9/1.9 APR for Northen NJ. Is this a good deal?

    Thanks.

  • rags10rags10 Posts: 7

    Thank you Brian for your feedback on my deal. I will post the dealer details once I complete my transaction.

  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 40,778
    edited June 3

    @srini0603, there is "Dealer Cash" of $500 and it's available for the Patterson area zip code I looked up, so it's probably available where you are. Dealers don't have to share that incentive, but your quote is well below invoice of $28,164, so I suspect it's rolled into your price.

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