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

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  • Please help me check out this price. quote price $25699 including destination charge, free lifetime warranty, and up to $300 off. What do you guys think of this price? The dealer won't make it any lower. I am in Southern MA. Thank you very much.
  • xiaommxiaomm Posts: 3
    Is this for 2010 EX-L 4WD? then it is a great price! What does 'free lifetime warranty' mean?
  • tocatoca Posts: 147
    $300 off what? Is it a demo, meaning it has more miles than brand new? The price you mention is already below the published dealer cost assuming it's EX-L AWD. If you want a AWD CRV with leather at a good price, then I'd grab this one.
  • I dont know much about the tax refund thing...I bpught my car before the 1st of january....how would it go? are we really gonna get something back from what we bought? what are going to do when we file our ITRs?
  • I just did my 1040 and the tax refund save me $563 on a Honda Ridgeline I bought in Oct. I use the 1040A so all I had to do is make out a Schedule L work sheet and add the amount to my Standard deduction. It doesn't give you back all the sale tax just a %. But $563 bucks is nothing to complain about.
  • Hello, I've been shopping around for a 2010 CR-V EX. The best "out the door" price in our (Atlanta, GA) area is 24,995. The best offer I have is in fact 24,695 "out the door" from a dealership in South Carolina, which is about 120 miles from here. Please note that tax in the county where I live is 7%.

    Please advise if the price earmarked by the Atlanta area dealer is good. Or do you think I should buy from the South Carolina dealer? Thank you all for your input.
  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 17,355
    Well, that's a hard question for me to answer and if I were to throw out a number, people would immediatly jump in and tell you that is too much.

    Just offer what you think is fair. If it makes sense, you'll own a new CRV. If not, they will walk you. It really doesn't have to be as difficult as a lot of people make it.

    And pricing will vary by the supply situation. NAVI CRV's have been very hard for us to get but your neck of the woods may be different.

    I'm not sure what you consider a "reasnoble" profit but since you feel this way, you really should have an easy time. Some people try to grind every last cent out of a deal and they still leave unhappy. They are scared to death that they may have paid a bit more than someone else did.

    You sound like a person I would enjoy dealing with!

    Tough way to go through life...
  • rbaderrbader Posts: 1
    brachute,
    I am looking to buy the same car. your email says private. please email me the dealer and salesperson you used. my email is rosebuhd1@optonline.net.
    thx
  • fasttexfasttex Posts: 24
    Here in Dallas, Navi CR-V's are also very difficult to get and I know our most dealerships are "Asking" very close to MSRP but if an offer is made that is not below invoice on a Tuesday or Wednesday either early or late in the day it would usually be accepted. It is supply and demand. A lot of dealers would pass on a "skinny" deal knowing that they could get a little more by just waiting. Start at invoice and go up from there looking for a dealership that does not add a lot of unwanted stuff.
  • I got an EXL AWD for 25915 + a protection package for 399 (which was worth about 200). I live in Minnesota but was going to Illinois and got it there. I did Email many dealers in Illinois and had many qoutes around 25950. So Add in the difference from MSRP with NAV and that should be your price. In minnesota no budge on the prices all around 27500 for EXL AWD. Taxes,tile registration extra.
  • davidc1davidc1 Posts: 167
    Thanks. I don't know what the invoice is and where to get it. I think $500 is a reasonable profit for the dealer. But I am not sure if there's any holdback or any other rebates that may or may not exist so I feel sort of in the dark.
  • davidc1davidc1 Posts: 167
    OK. So I guess I'll assume $28k as the target price for EXL Navi. Tax in my state is 7% so I think I'll be very happy with OTD price of $30k.
  • Somewhere from 27k to 27.5K. + all the other taxes fees title.
  • I got a price quote at Seattle WA area.

    2010 Honda CR-V LX 4WD for $22,525.00 plus tax, license, $150.00 document and any dealer installed accessories. However, my price does include the $710 destination charge.

    Is it good?
  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 17,355
    That's 500.00 over invoice and it's a good price.

    LX's have been slim around here but we have a few.
  • glitch1glitch1 Posts: 25
    that sounds at least $1K too high.
    Here in Portland, OR, I was getting $21.5K already including any doc/destination fees. And then add TTL of around $350 for Oregon making it less than $22K out the door. This was without negotiation.
  • finnerfinner Posts: 10
    Picked up the car yesterday in Fallston, Maryland. Had a great experience with the salesperson and dealership. Pays to do your homework!!!
    Listed below are the details:
    2010 Honda CRV EXL 4WD Black Outside, Black Interior
    Bottom Line $27788.00
    Price included Splash Guards,Alloy Wheel Locks,6% Sales Tax,$202 Tags
    In & Out of the dealer in 2 hours
    Honda Care; Check with other Honda dealers on price. :) :)
  • Weymout Honda Weymouth Ma.

    2010 CRV-Ex 23,300.00

    Trade 03 Jeep Liberty 8500.00 allowence

    249.00 doc fee 399.00 remote strater.

    No pressure seems like a good deal to me.

    Frank
  • Am I the only one who goes to consumer reports online to buy the auto buying report for the make/model of the car your interested in? They give you the dealer hold-back amount as well as cost to ship, and even a break-down of all the add-ons and what the dealer pays and what is MSRP. Remember, MSRP is "suggested" retail price. The report has gone up - it's now $14.00 but if you tag on multiple ones they are reduced. :)
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    My father had originally said we wanted this car for $25K OTD, and he got a credit check etc. Then the guy who had agreed on the price goes back and says it's actually going to be $26,038. We said no, got up to leave and he said okay wait, let me ask again. Came back with $25,500, went down again to $25,250, my dad said $25,100 and it's a deal. The seller goes back once again and has a talk with their people. Comes back and says he can't do it. As we were walking out of the lot, the dealer comes back and said okay $25,100, and I said no since I was totally tired of them running around back and forth about it. We had already wasted 2 hours.

    Did we make a mistake? (As you can see, we don't know what's a good price on it) Should I have accepted that price? Was it a good price or was it inflated?

    Also, I took a picture of the stickerage on the vehicle and I'm wondering about the $895 Protection Package, do I really need to pay for that? Can I not have it? Do I need it? Also these are options that were added on already, is there any way to not have to pay full for unasked for options?

    What is a good OTD price for a 2010 CR-V EX 2WD?
    I'm guessing Invoice for this was around $22,400...?
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