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2013 and earlier-Honda CR-V Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • Question:

    I got a quote for a 2009 Honda CR-V 4WD EX AT for:

    $23,887 vehicle price
    $346.50 DMV fees
    $75.00 Doc fee
    $1,213.09 Tax

    $25,521.59 total price

    Is this a good price? I would like some input if this is a good price or not?
  • The price is kind of too high considering it is $1 higher than the invoice of the 2009 CRV EX AWD. In my opinion, you should be able to get a 2010 CRV AWD EX at this price. The invoice of the 2010 model is $24,058 according to Edmunds. If you really want to made a deal on a 2009 CRV, you should shoot at least $1000 below the invoice. However, I think 2010 is a much better car than the 2009 model. Good luck.
  • I paid $20800+license/taxes for the Honda CRV 2009 LX, cheapest model with nothing included. Paid 10K down, the dealership wouldn't let me get the 1.9% APR deal despite our good credit (They said we'd need to pay $1000 more on the car to get that deal), but said we could pay off the car after 4 monthly payments, which we plan to do. Good deal?
  • We quoted a 2010 LX 4WD for $21200 with destination included plus 1.9% 36 month financing, but not TTL, in the end of November. Most dealers offered us around $21400 to $21800, although we finally settled on an EXL-NAV 4WD. You may need to wait till the end of the month to get a better deal. My suggestion for you is to hold on your money for 3 more weeks to the month/year end to get the best deal. Good luck.
  • docmddocmd Posts: 6
    Hi- Does the price of 21200 include taxes+title+tags? I paid 21,500 for all included on the 2010 LX TWD.

    Thanks and best regards
  • cama1cama1 Posts: 12
    100K miles and $500. deductible
  • Hi all, i am looking to buy a 2010 Honda CRV 4WD EX, with the following adds-on:
    would you tell be what my "out the door" price will be with the below optional add-ons:
    1. fog lights
    2. All-season floor mats
    3. Remote engine starter system

    How much should i be paying out the door?
  • The $21200 does not include TTL. Please notice that the price difference is around $1200 between 4WD and 2WD. In case you paid $1500 fees (including tax), your car price is right at $20,000. Therefore, $21500 is a pretty good OTD price. Regards.
  • I had thought I had a good price on a Honda CRV 2010 LX 4WD, but after viewing ginsong99 posts,I guess I did not. I got a lot of quotes and the best price I got was $21900. That price included destination but not TTL. They had plenty of available stock so I got the color I wanted.

    I spent a lot of time researching the car and even though I (now) wish I got a better deal, I look forward to many years with this car.
  • I got a price on a Honda CRV EXL 4WD for 26400. All fees included. Is that a good price. I am thinking about asking for a price of 26000 or 26200. Should I try and deal lower or shoud I take the first offer.

    Thanks.
  • hi, is tax included as well? where are you located? i'm think it's a good price since i was just quoted 26011 for a CRV EX 2010 4WD...EX-L is at least 1-2k more..
  • No. Tax is not included. With tax(8.875) included it comes to 28743. Located in Brooklyn NY. Was the tax included in yours? Where are you located.
  • dj_nkdj_nk Posts: 6
    I just bought a 2010 Honda CRV LX 2 WHD from Atlanta, GA.
    I added dealer leather seats. (It looks like has good quality)
    My price:
    Car price (Includes all cost. Includes leather ) - 21000
    Tax - ~ 1470 (At 7%)
    GA lemon law and tag/title - ~ 33
    Final drive out price - 22503
    The cost for leather varies in the market. It is around 1000$ including tax.
    I negotiated a lot and there was only 1 dealer who could give me this price.
  • dj_nkdj_nk Posts: 6
    I just bought a 2010 Honda CRV LX 2 WHD from Atlanta, GA.
    I added dealer leather seats. (It looks like has good quality)
    My price:
    Car price (Includes all cost. Includes leather ) - 21000
    Tax - ~ 1470 (At 7%)
    GA lemon law and tag/title - ~ 33
    Final drive out price - 22503
    The cost for leather varies in the market. It is around 1000$ including tax.
    I negotiated a lot and there was only 1 dealer who could give me this price.
  • i live in atlanta,could i get the dealer name please!!!
  • I would it is a good pricing.
  • dj_nkdj_nk Posts: 6
    Hi,
    The dealer name: Honda Conyers. (I was dealing with Cleve) I drove 45 miles to get the car there. I got the bargain quote in an email. I had told him that I would just go the dealership and pick the car, without even a test drive.
    I had also got another deal for 22,750 (Drive out incl leather and some features ) from Honda Carland North loaded with more features. (Most of the features were good if I service my car there). But the dealership was 50 miles from my place and hence I did not accept that offer.
  • Hi:

    I also live in Atlanta, and I am looking for a 2010 CR-V LX 2WD with no added features.

    What should I offer for car + destination?

    TIA
  • dj_nkdj_nk Posts: 6
    If you live in a county that has 7% tax rate, target for a drive out price of $21,500.
    If the county has 6% tax rate, target $21,250 drive out price. (You might even get better price than this based on the season)
    While negotiating with the dealer, always ask for the drive out price. Go online on honda.com and request quote from all dealers and then start bargaining. Never go to the dealership.
    Hope this helps!
  • Post from the NW here. :)
    I've noticed that alot of the quotes I've gotten have been saying the quote doesn't include 'dealer installed accessories'.
    What are these 'Dealer Installed' Accessories? :confuse:
    How much should I figure adding on to the quote for these?

    Thanks in advance.
  • dj_nkdj_nk Posts: 6
    The dealer is clearly trapping you. Do not go for those accessories until you really need them. Ask the dealer what the accessories are. Always shop for the drive out price. And buy what you need.
  • Mophicat, drive over to Staten Island. I purchased a 2009 Honda CR-V EX for 22800. I'm sure you can probably get a better deal for a 2010 there than in Brooklyn.
  • Hi,
    I am from Greater Boston Area, MA. I have negotiated an offer from Herbs on a 2010 Honda CRV EX-L AWD (no Navi) :
    26500(inclusive of dealer charges) + Sale Tax + TTL ?

    What do you think, is this a good offer or do i have more room for nego ?

    I am new to US and i am buying a car , help is much appreciated.

    Thanks
    Deepak
  • Hi,
    I am from Greater Boston Area, MA. I have negotiated an offer from Herbs on a 2010 Honda CRV EX-L AWD (no Navi) :
    26500(inclusive of dealer charges) + Sale Tax + TTL ?

    What do you think, is this a good offer or do i have more room for nego ?

    I am new to US and i am buying a car , help is much appreciated.

    Thanks
    Deepak
  • I get quoted between 24.7k and 26k for a 2010 Honda CRV-EX 4WD (with remote start and fog lights) in Vermont, local taxes is 6%. One of the lower quotes comes with a Yipes remote start instead of Honda's...should i go get my car in NY instead?
  • ss_mdss_md Posts: 1
    Hello - I'm wondering what's a good price for a 2010 CRV EX, 2WD in the DC Area? I've got a quote from a dealer for 22,770 (excluding taxes, tag, delivery of $700). The price includes a lifetime warranty (dealer says it's worth $900), and some dealer added items (mud guards, maybe wheel locks?).

    Thank you!
  • I'm in the process of buying a 2010 CR-V. Should I add on the Karr alarm or the wraparound 7year/100k mile warranty?

    I'm buying the Honda, in part because of their great reliability, so I can see why the wraparound is unnecessary, but for for an extra $1500, it seems reasonable and I think I'll do it.

    The KARR alarm is really throwing me for a loop. Does the CR-V have a decent factory alarm? I have had 1 car stolen and 1 broken into, so I see some benefit, but what's a good price? Do you buy into this hype? It has a 2 stage sensor (if that helps you explain benefits or dissuade me from buying it).

    Thanks!
  • Using the search feature, I see there have been many favorable experiences at John Eagle Honda of Houston so I wanted to relay my experience there. My wife and I stopped by there on Saturday and, after some haggling including giving them the recommended price from Edmunds and an offer from their competitor, we were offered a good but not great price on a 2009 CRV.

    Then the salesman told us all of their new vehicles have $1967 dealer add-ons primarily consisting of paint sealant, fabric protection and something that makes the window "ten times stronger." When we mentioned we didn't want those add-ons, they assured me that ALL other Honda dealers put these add-ons on ALL of their vehicles (as further proof, they showed us these charges on a laminated card bearing the Honda logo). Further, the manager said their owner also owned the competitor where we'd gotten our quote and the competitor would charge us $2700 for add-ons (basically admitting at that point the add-ons were unnecessary, but trying to convince us they were inevitable). They urged us to buy that night (they were closing in 20 minutes). When I asked why the prices were several thousand lower on Edmunds.com, the salesman asked if that was "the internet." When I said it was, he told me those posts are all "lies by other car dealers with no cars left to sell." By that point we had the car packed and were starting the engine.
  • I got an offer from couple dealers for 25,505.40 Out the door price with tax, title, documentation fee, dest. & handling fee, and plate transfer fee.(not new plate)

    also with options of

    Remote Starter System and Pro Pack ( all season mats, fron splash guards, cargo tray for $825)

    Total for $26330 with options. Is this deal ok? I tried couple dealers but could get any lower. any advices? Thanks alot
  • I live in San Antonio and know that not all of the dealers here have dealer add-ons on their vehicles, sounds like the dealer is spinning a tale by saying that all Honda dealers do that as that just isn't true. I would definitely look around and find a dealer that doesn't play those sort of games.
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