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  • No longer a one-hit wonder! It looks like you’re going places.
    March 26
  • jkl3

    Hi there,

    I'm not sure what the MSRP of the car was because I used the invoice price - but the invoice was $26,650 (including the destination fee of $790). I bought an EX-L (w/o NAV) and paid $25,400 (including flex cash) plus $398 doc fees, plus 3% tax, plus tags which I think came to $73 or so. The total out of the door was $26,648. They did try to get me to buy the accessories pack (or whatever it's called) that includes the trunk tray, wheel locks, and mud flaps for $350 but I said no. I did get free oil changes for the life of the car. I bought at Auto Park Honda in Cary and the sales guy was Charlie Bruce, in case you're interested. He was pretty low-key and I didn't feel pressured or anything - if you do use him, please tell him I referred you :-)

    Good luck - and let me know if you need anything else.

    Jodi Levine

    March 25
    • flatfeet
      flatfeet
      Nice to meet a fellow Triangle resident, Jodi! Thank you so much for the detailed reply. I presume you have the sticker from the car, so can you please tell me what factory options were included on your car? Is Mr. Bruce the internet guy or just one of their many sales folks? My only real concern with Honda's are the CVT tranny. I had a long-term Altima rental with the same transmission and it drove me crazy revving the motor when going down steep hills. Thanks, again, for the kind help!!