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2013 and earlier Honda Odyssey Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 4,708
    How close to dealers invoice price did you get???

    2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2013 Genesis 5.0 R-spec, 2012 MB ML350

  • Was quoted 32,500 for a 2014 EX-L + tax/fees. No vans on the lot, but I can have my pick on the ones arriving this week. Going to test drive the Sienna in a few days, but will probably end up with the Odyessey

    truecar says invoice is 33,399
  • This forum helped me make a informed purchase.
    I bought a 2014 Odyssey Touring Elite Smokey Topaz / Truffle Interior.
    I used the USAA Car Buying Program.
    MSRP $ 45,280
    Price : $ 41,291 ( destination included )
    Appearance Package : $299 ( Splash Guards, Cargo Tray, Wheel Locks )
    Tax : $2750
    Tag : $20
    Title : $20
    Documentation Fee : $699
    OTD : $45,079
    Financing 1.9% for 60 months American Honda Finance
    it Took 2 n half weeks for delievery Lithia Springs ,GA
    Bottom Line : My Wife is Happy with it. Our Children Love It. So I am very Happy.
    Thanks Honda
  • 36 month lease

    3000 down, 400 monthly after tax... good deal?
  • ken117ken117 Posts: 247
    A doc fee of $699? Wow, filling out a couple of forms must take the clerk a full work week or so at this dealership!

    Amazing so many people seem to have accepted these false fees as legitimate. Make a good deal and then give it back via the doc fee. Hard to understand.

    What is next, a dealer fee of $500 for office supplies or $600 for occupancy?
  • I just bought a 2014 Odyssey EXL for $33,600. Price + TT&L = $36,078. I got this deal from McDavid Honda of Frisco in Frisco, TX. I think it's a very good deal. Please share what you all think about this deal. You can talk to Bob Kitner at McDavid Honda of Frisco if you like to get similar deal.
  • ken117 try to follow me on this. It is not "hard to understand"
    You are right that the doc fee of $699 was high. I was not concerned about the doc fee or even the price of the van. The doc fee and the other false fees that dealerships add are all smoke and mirrors . I negotiated the OTD price with 4 other dealers by telling them each the others OTD price. The end result they counter offered each others OTD price . I ended up with a OTD price that was significantly lower than the others. Hence the OTD price of $45,079 on a 2014 Touring Elite that had just came available only 4 weeks prior to agreed price. :-)
  • hjparkhjpark Posts: 1
    FYI - New Jersey : My coworker paid 1500 down 340monthly- EX-L
  • Ken,
    I have read some of your other posts concerning the doc fees. I understand better now your point of view. I concede that i could may have done better by continuing negotiations by addressing the $699 doc fee. I still feel I established a good fair deal that was 4k below MSRP. The more I read on these forums and the internet the more I learn and understand of ways of doing things better. Thank you for your input.
  • buddeypbuddeyp Posts: 2
    Hi djdakine, is that including destination charge? I'm looking to buy a 2014 EXL too here in the bay area, and that looks like a good price.
  • I'm pricing 2014s in the Bay Area, the lowest I've gotten on the Ex-L so far is $33,299 including destination. Hoping to get lower, am interested to hear what others in the area are being quoted. I did get a sub-$29k quote on an EX, but most were around $30,200.
  • Hello all,
    I'm looking for Honda odyssey Exl with RES, I got the lowest price as 33909 + destination, processing,tax,tags. Also it says inclusive of all incentives. I have not started the negotiation yet with them. What is the best price for this model. This would be in northern Virginia.

    Thanks in advance.
  • Just purchased the new EX from Westport Honda in CT for 30200 plus CT tax plus 111 transfer of plates plus 350 doc fee. I traded in my 2008 Sienna LE 8 passenger and got low balled on trade but I did not want to deal with hassle of private party sale. The dealership probably made a good profit due to trade.
  • stankalstankal Posts: 5

    Just wanted to see what people are paying for 2014 EX-L w/ Navigation around Chicago land. I'm looking for Black with Gary interior and don't mind driving a few miles for a good deal.

    I got a good deal on our previous Odyssey (2006) by getting excellent advice on these forums. Looking to do it again.

    Thanks everyone and happy negotiating!
  • Was that with or without RES package?
  • BLeGBLeG Posts: 1
    Hello Icek,

    You got very good deal on this car. My question is how much to pay for fee ? doc fee. (not registration fee). Also, will you get $500 money back or you signed the benefit to dealer ?

  • kg32kg32 Posts: 8
    Does this include destination, tax, title and license?

    With an invoice price of $41, 262 (including $890 destination), the math leads to a pretty impressive incentive hold back.

    I'm guessing that this is before destination and reflects roughly $2,500 inincentives.
  • buddeypbuddeyp Posts: 2
    Hi sara9999, I'm sure you can get lower, as I just got multiple quotes at $33k or slightly below, before any further negotiation.
  • rdworski1rdworski1 Posts: 19
    edited August 2013
    Anyone with buying experience near Howard County, MD? I am leaning towards an EX. For either trim level, please let me know your costs including price, destination, and any processing fees. Thank you
  • Anyone knows of a place in Texas that's offering the EX-L for $33k?
  • pbunzpbunz Posts: 3
    Got quotes for 2014 Touring Elite ranging from $40991 to $41200 in Houston area. Don't think this is a great quote as it's too early for 2014 model. When would be the good time of the year for better price? Sometime in Oct/Nov? Or maybe end of the year around Xmas time?
  • senmunsenmun Posts: 9
    Recently bought 2013 odyssey for a friend at Northwest Honda at Owings Mills. Heard good things about Pohanka Honda from a friend and in this forum.
  • clifford09clifford09 Posts: 1
    edited August 2013
    Just purchased 8/30/13
    EX-L with RES
    Vehicle $33,768
    Doc $398
    Tax $1029

    OTD price $35,225

    Raleigh dealers were hard at first. Both local dealers let me walk out, one ultimately called me back. Technically on the documentation the vehicle price was 34268, but they gave me $500 of dealer cash that shows up in the deposit section. No trade in. financed through honda at .9% 36 months. I have not seen a better deal in North Carolina EX-L with RES. But who knows... I am happy with the transaction
  • vk_vanvk_van Posts: 8
    Hi clifford09, did you get any free accessories in that price - like Roof rails, wheel locks etc... ?
  • That's a great price! Do you mind sharing the name of the dealership.
  • alpha0alpha0 Posts: 3
    What is your tax rate? Isn't it 6+% in that region?
  • vk_vanvk_van Posts: 8
    Yes, it is 6.35% in CT. Even if I add an extra $1000 for tax....your price is much lower. All the dealers in CT are quoting around 38K for EX-L with RES and EX-L without any accessories, the best price I got is around 35.5K out the door. So, you got an awesome deal....
  • Hi odyssesy owners,

    I am looking to purchase a 2014 Honda Odyssesy Ex between Sept and early of Oct.
    Can anyone help me find a dealership in or near Tampa, Fl that will give me
    an OTD price online?

    Just want to a final price on the car and test drive it. Do not want to spent more than an
    hour at the dealership.

    Thank you in advance
  • golfwiggolfwig Posts: 1 a77bf13cae.htm

    28 miles with added dealer luggage rack, mud flaps and pinstripe add 2k = adj stocker 45k
    Alibaster Silver with Truffle Leather interior

    negotiated 3k down, 399 mo for 36mo 12k mile yr, with residual to purchase of $20k As I only put down $250 to hold the car to Monday, can you please tell me if this is a good deal!
  • my328xomy328xo Posts: 5
    edited September 2013
    Just bought one in Virginia.
    Had 2004 Odys with 150K.
    2014 Honda Odys with 7 mi on: just came to dealer 10 days ago.

    2014 EX-L-RES

    MSRP: $38055
    Purchase: $32898 + Tax + Tag
    Honda finance: 1.9%
    Trade-in: $3000
    Actual price including everything (tax and whatever else): $33420 (out the door)

    So surprised that the dealer was able to come up with this. The sales manager personally came and discussed throughout the time, very professional and personal. Now have a very happy wife.
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