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

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  • I am offered $26,200 + Taxes for the above vehicle (in SoCAL), what do you guys think?
  • mvs1mvs1 Posts: 462
    We picked up our CR-V yesterday, black on black fully loaded. Paid invoice price of $28,371 including destination + CT sales tax of 6% + $247 for plates, dealer fee, tire fee, etc. Financed through Honda at 2.9% over 60 months.

    As we were on our way to the dealership to pick up the vehicle I had another local dealer offer invoice + all season mats, wheel locks, mud flaps (about a $175 value). Since we were were pulling in to pick up our car we said thanks but no thanks to the offer.

    There has to be some dealer money on the 2010, but I couldn't find anything. Once the 2.9% can out they moved quickly off $1000 over invoice to invoice -$200 deals.

    The above post has an EXL w/NAVI for $26,200...that's a steal for an AWD, grab it!

    The two dealers were Brewster and New Rochelle Honda in NY
  • mvs1mvs1 Posts: 462
    The wife and I drove both the 2009 and 2010. We considered an 09' during the C4C. We held off for the restyled front and back. We didn't like the unpainted plastic on the bumpers of the 09', it's less so on the 10'. Bluetooth was added for 2010 as well as a bump in HP to 180.

    Specific to your question, I drove the new car home and said to my wife it was quieter than the 09' we test drove a few times. I'd try to confirm they added additional sound deadening materials...I actually don't know.
  • This looks like the best price so far. COuld you send me details about the dealer (I am looking for an EX-L). Thanks..
  • Marylandgal,

    Is the price you quoted for a 4WD? Did you have any luck with getting a better price than what you quoted above?
  • This was for a FWD. I got two places that agreed to that price - Brown's Honda of Glen Burnie (MD) and Schaefer & Stromingher in Fallston, md. Meanwhile, I decided the '10's were such a great deal that I went for a '10 - EX-L, FWD. My final price was $24837 plus tax and tags at Browns Honda of Glen Burnie.
  • Hey Satishk,

    Tell me what if anything was added on the vehcile or is the $27001 factory spanking bare?? My OTD quote is $27,352 but it has the add-on of tint, pinstripe, all season mat, cargo tray, and splash guard thrown in (they lowered the add-on price to $450, but I still feel like I was taken advantage of somehow).

    Also, what do you think of the color? I saw it and it was like a love & hate relationship. One moment the color was like melted chocolate, the next moment I'm reminded of a big brown blob ... lol :P

    Did you get the interior colors as beige or all black?? I wasn't able to (yet) see a CRV with beige leather (just cloth) and even my kid thought the cloth beige looked kind of yellowish. Anyhow, if you could let me know what you walk out with...maybe I might re-consider Frank Kent's offer. Thanks!
  • blueiedgodblueiedgod Posts: 2,803
    Tell me what if anything was added on the vehcile or is the $27001 factory spanking bare?? My OTD quote is $27,352 but it has the add-on of tint, pinstripe, all season mat, cargo tray, and splash guard thrown in (they lowered the add-on price to $450, but I still feel like I was taken advantage of somehow).

    Rear doors, cargo, and hatch are tinted from the factory on the EX and EX-L.

    Did the dealer tint the front door windows?

    Otherwise, they are selling you somehting that is standard on the car.
  • Sorry Guys,

    When i asked to clarify, dealers said, $26,200 is for EX-L but No navi.

    I dont understand, I see some posts here for EX-L without navi for as low as $24800 + ... does that mean just a navigation system costs $2.5k more ??? or is there anything more to the vehicle with Navi?
  • Thanks Marylandgal.
  • I was a little confuse by what he said. He said it kind of fast, but I think almost all the windows were already tinted EXCEPT something in the front. I'm not sure if its the front doors or does the driving window count??

    Now that you ask it does seem like alot of money ($250+) just front 2 front doors and pinstripe...huh?? The rest of the accessories was about right even if I bought it from a 3rd party online (I had already priced it from bernardiparts.com & HandA.com).
  • I believe I am getting a good deal on this vehicle although I know the dealer will still be making some money off of my trade-in.

    $25,356 - CRV EXL w/o Nav includes destination charge
    $ 544 - Administrative Fees
    $ 655 - Accessories
    $26,555 - Total OTD

    I am trading my 2008 Honda Odyssey EXL-R for $27,000. The accessories above include the all weather floor mats and cargo tray, fog lights w/installation and the installation of my tow base plate (labor only) for pulling with my motorhome. The administrative fees includes the doc fees, tag transfer and some extra I included for the base plate installation.
  • wnukwnuk Posts: 40
    sachin-

    I think the $24800 pricing people are seeing is for a FWD, not an AWD. The best price I've been given so far for an 2010 EX-L AWD without nav is $26,700 in Pennsylvania. I'm still shopping lots of vehicles and haven't decided for sure on a CR-V so I haven't tried getting it lower yet.
  • I have been shopping around for a CRV for couple of months now. After emailing a bunch of dealers, the lowest quote I received for a 2010 CRV LX FWD is $20,795. Is this a fair price? Looked it up on truecar.com, it does seem to be okay there. But wanted to check with the wise people here.

    This is in SF Bay Area.
  • mvs1mvs1 Posts: 462
    The NAVI is expensive, it adds one additional feature whihc is bluetooth hands free phone. The EXL/NAVI in 2010 is roughly $700 more expensive than in 09' due to the addition of this feature.

    There are others;

    -Steering wheel mounted NAVI and phone controls
    -6 d-sc changer in the center console (to accommodate the NAVI)
    -Digital audio card reader

    My wife won't go for a portable NAV unit, and waited for the bluetooth to be integrated from the factory.
  • godeacsgodeacs Posts: 481
    $250 for tinting and pinstripes is NOT that much. A normal tint job would include front windshield and 2 side front doors. Oh, you do not want to skimp on a tint job...sure you could save a few $$ but you'll pay later, esp if you live in a hot climate.
  • We were able to get a price of $25,900 for a 2010 EX-L in New England. I suggest checking out the pricing on cars.overstock.com, as they had the lowest guaranteed pricing and I was able to get another dealer to match the pricing. Probably lost some money on the trade-in a 2001 CRV for $5500, but happy with the experience overall. My wife is excited about her new car.
  • Just purchased a Silver 2009 CR-V LX. Paid $19,774 (including $710 destination fee) plus $499 Doc Fee, 3.5% Sales Tax and $16 Title fee. OTD price was $21,000. Was this a fair deal? I think the Doc fee was extremely high, but that is what all the Honda dealers in Northern AL charge. The dealer add-ons included mud-guards, pin stripe and paint sealant. :confuse:
  • blueiedgodblueiedgod Posts: 2,803
    The NAVI is expensive, it adds one additional feature whihc is bluetooth hands free phone. The EXL/NAVI in 2010 is roughly $700 more expensive than in 09' due to the addition of this feature.

    There are others;

    -Steering wheel mounted NAVI and phone controls
    -6 d-sc changer in the center console (to accommodate the NAVI)
    -Digital audio card reader

    My wife won't go for a portable NAV unit, and waited for the bluetooth to be integrated from the factory.


    I installed Pioneer AVIC F700Bt in the CR-V. It has AM/FM/XM/Sirius/HD/CD/MP3/DIVX/XVID/USB/Bluetooth/Voice Commands/GPS... I got it from Amazon for $400 shipped. Added the XM tuner and PAX steering wheel controls adapter ( to make Pioneer understand Honda steering wheel controls commands) for $120 from Crutchfield.

    A lot cheaper than the $2000+ Honda charges, and I can run any firmware on it.
  • sat45sat45 Posts: 1
    Got yesterday an urban titanium EX-L for $27,500 OTD (Houston, TX). The good thing is Honda provided me 2.9% APR for 60 months.
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