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Buying a "New" 2015 CRV Touring In September 2016 ..

vikassrivikassri CaryPosts: 3
edited September 2016 in Honda
Hi Experts ,

Appreciate your advice on buying a "New" 2015 CRV Touring In September 2016 with 300-400 miles on it .

The dealer says , its was being driven by there employees to bring it from the lot to the showroom to and fro and it accumulated those miles .

The current price he is at after ALL the discounts excluding taxes is 29000 USD for the Touring AWD model .

They also mentioned that there is no difference between the 2015/2016 model of the same car.

Do you think USD 29000 (excluding Taxes/Registration) its a right price to pay considering 2017 models are not far .


Regards,
Vikas



Comments

  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 64,490
    2WD or AWD? Major options? Geographical region?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 142,864
    @vikassri Have you priced a comparable 2016 model?

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  • vikassrivikassri CaryPosts: 3

    2WD or AWD? Major options? Geographical region?

    Its a 2WD , with all options . Locations Cary,NC
    kyfdx said:

    @vikassri Have you priced a comparable 2016 model?

    The comparable 2016 model is 2000 USD more.

    Appreciate your help .
  • vikassrivikassri CaryPosts: 3
    @Mr_Shiftright , @kyfdx let me know if you have any inputs for me :)
    Do you thing 26000 be a good price for it , considering its a 2015 model car ?
  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 64,490
    edited October 2016
    I wouldn't buy it at that price. More like $27K.

    EDIT: typo! Make that 25K
  • Thats probably close to the original cost, a year ago. I paid 29,493 for my 2015 touring awd 12 months ago and it was a good price then. (including the destination fee, but local state dealer and registration fees were extra) The car is a year old and has 300 miles, so they can probably do a bit better IMO. The 2017 is weeks away from release. The 2015 and 2016 were the same car. We liked ours so much that we got a second one, 4 days later. (another dealer matched the price, so there are 2 in the driveway). We have been very happy with them.
  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 64,490
    Oh sorry for the typo... I meant 25K!
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