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2017 Honda CR-V Deals and Prices

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  • jakeuzijakeuzi Posts: 1


    Does anyone have a recent deal in FL for a CR-V?

    @dacarmon

    I've received initial figures from several Tampa, Brandon, St. Pete, Lakeland dealerships for a 2017 CRV EX-L FWD, No add-ons.

    I specified without nav but I've received a few proposals with nav included.

    Dealer 1a

    MSRP: $31,073 (w/NAV)
    Discount: -$1,478.60
    Adjusted Price: $29,595
    __________________________________________________
    Fees:
    Destination Fees: $940
    Sales Commission: $325
    Pre Delivery $995
    Gov:
    Doc Stamps: $113.75
    Tax: $1,972.76
    State Fees $614.50
    __________________________________________________
    Balance: $34,442.26

    Dealer 1b

    MSRP: $29,701 (w/NAV)
    Discount: -$1,478.60
    Adjusted Price: $28,222.41
    __________________________________________________
    Fees:
    Destination Fees: $940
    Sales Commission: $325
    Pre Delivery $995
    Gov:
    Doc Stamps: $108.50
    Tax: $1,890.40
    State Fees $614.50
    __________________________________________________
    Balance: $33,095.81

    Dealer 2

    MSRP $30,145.00
    Discount -$1,133.00   
    Adjusted Price $29,012.00 
    __________________________________________________
    Fees:
    Pre Delivery Service Fee $995
    Gov:
    Tax $1,856.39
    DMV/Tag $200
    FL MVWEA $8.50
    Doc Stamps: $99.50   
    __________________________________________________
    Balance $32,046.39

    Dealer 3

    MSRP: $30,135
    Discount: $1,791
    Adjusted Price: $28,344
    __________________________________________________
    Fees:
    Dealer Fee $797
    Gov:
    Tax $1,798.46
    DMV/Tag $200
    FL MVWEA $8.50
    Doc Stamps: $99.50   
    __________________________________________________
    Balance: $31,146.96*
    *includes door edge guard, splash guards, trunk tray, wheel locks

    Dealer 4

    MSRP: $30,135
    Discount: $1,401
    Adjusted: $28,733.45
    __________________________________________________
    Fees:
    Regal Pro $495
    Doc $789
    Gov:
    DMV/Tag $200
    FL MVWEA $8.50
    Tax: $1803.75
    Doc Stamp $100
    __________________________________________________
    Balance: $32,030.45
    *includes tint, pin strip, wheel locks, door edge guard

    Dealer 5

    MSRP: $30,135
    Discount: -$1,000
    Adjusted: $29,135.45
    __________________________________________________
    Fees:
    Taxable Fees $98
    Doc $699
    Gov:
    DMV/Tag
    Non Tax Fees $150 ($200)
    FL MVWEA
    Battery $1.50 ($8.50) They added $7 to Balance
    Tax: $1846.31
    Doc Stamp $0 ($100)
    __________________________________________________
    Balance: $31,936.81


    Hope this helps your search.

    If anyone has any recommendations on negotiating these figures I'd love to hear them.
  • alayaaa said:

    My experience, because this board helped me: Bought a 2017 CR-V EX-L 2WD with NAV for $28500+TTL two days ago in Dallas/Fort Worth area.

    Congratulations! Mind share which dealer/sales person in DFW? In the market for the same car! Thank you!
    Autonation Honda Lewisville
  • alayaaaalayaaa Posts: 6

    alayaaa said:

    My experience, because this board helped me: Bought a 2017 CR-V EX-L 2WD with NAV for $28500+TTL two days ago in Dallas/Fort Worth area.

    Congratulations! Mind share which dealer/sales person in DFW? In the market for the same car! Thank you!
    Autonation Honda Lewisville
    Thank you so much for sharing! Any sales person you would recommend to reach out to? And what's the MSRP for your CRV? Thank you!
  • georgedubyageorgedubya Posts: 4
    edited April 2017
    alayaaa said:

    alayaaa said:

    My experience, because this board helped me: Bought a 2017 CR-V EX-L 2WD with NAV for $28500+TTL two days ago in Dallas/Fort Worth area.

    Congratulations! Mind share which dealer/sales person in DFW? In the market for the same car! Thank you!
    Autonation Honda Lewisville
    Thank you so much for sharing! Any sales person you would recommend to reach out to? And what's the MSRP for your CRV? Thank you!
    MSRP $31135. OTD ~$30680. No dealer addons or financing. Salesman we worked with was called Nart. Good luck!
  • Hope I'm putting this in the right place. Looking at a 2017 CR-V Touring 2WD Pearl White in Baton Rouge, La internet price is 33,335 they are only wanting to come off the price $1500. Can you tell me if this is a good deal for this area? Thanks
  • crzyaimcrzyaim Posts: 58
    sjeed said:

    Is anybody getting Quotes for a 2017 CR-V Touring AWD below $33,500 (MSRP $34,635). I am looking in California, Northern preferred, but will go to Southern if it makes economic sense.

    Did you have any luck in Nor Cal lower than 33500? I'm looking too,in this area and that what I've gotten so far as well. If you did can you pass on the dealership you had better luck with and your deal? TIA.

  • sjeedsjeed Posts: 111
    crzyaim said:

    sjeed said:

    Is anybody getting Quotes for a 2017 CR-V Touring AWD below $33,500 (MSRP $34,635). I am looking in California, Northern preferred, but will go to Southern if it makes economic sense.

    Did you have any luck in Nor Cal lower than 33500? I'm looking too,in this area and that what I've gotten so far as well. If you did can you pass on the dealership you had better luck with and your deal? TIA.

    Nothing lower yet. Inventory on this model is still lean, though I hear that this should improve towards the end of April. This is for my wife, and we are returning, or selling, a Leased car that ends mid-June, so I am watching and waiting to see if the combination of increased inventory and possibly lagging sales will steer towards a lower price within this time frame, though we would be ready to do today. I do have a favorite dealer, from whom I acquired an Accord Hybrid back in November of 2016. I will keep this forum posted.
  • Hi,
    Could anyone comment on the quote I received for the 2017 CRV EX AWD model.
    Region: Albany, NY (8% sales tax)
    Out-the-door price quoted: $28,800.

    Thanks!
  • Just wanted to leave my experience, because I appreciated hearing about others. Yesterday, purchased a '17 Honda CR-V EX AWD (no Nav) for $25811 in Massachusetts. I contacted 2 other local Honda dealers, and neither of them said they'd match that price. I was even satisfied with what they gave me for my trade ('12 Honda Pilot). I'm now on my 20th year of owning Hondas (Del Sol, CRV, Civic, CRV, Pilot, CRV).

    Can you confirm if this is the out the door price? I am looking for the same trim/options and am ~3 hours away. Willing to drive down at this price!
  • katana312 said:

    Hi,
    Could anyone comment on the quote I received for the 2017 CRV EX AWD model.
    Region: Albany, NY (8% sales tax)
    Out-the-door price quoted: $28,800.

    Thanks!

    Experts, any advice on the above? Thanks
  • For Katana312 - If the $28,800 includes the 8% NY sales tax then I would take it. The invoice price for your vehicle is $27,221 (that is the price of the vehicle to the dealership plus the $940 transportation charge). That would calculate as a price for the vehicle to you of right at $26667 plus 8% sales tax equals $28.800.36.
    Thats a good deal for you if you can get that on paper and there is nothing additional added at all. Good luck.
  • jvega08jvega08 Posts: 10
    Toyota is providing an incentive to purchase their new 2017 Rav4 with 0% financing up to 72 months + $500 cash rebate. Honda is not making similar offer for their CRV. When do you think Honda will match incentive offer? I have an eye to purchase the 2017 Touring.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 162,058
    jvega08 said:

    Toyota is providing an incentive to purchase their new 2017 Rav4 with 0% financing up to 72 months + $500 cash rebate. Honda is not making similar offer for their CRV. When do you think Honda will match incentive offer? I have an eye to purchase the 2017 Touring.

    My guess is that you won't see any incentives on the new 2017 CR-V until demands slows up and supply starts to accumulate on the dealer lots.

    Could be a few months.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


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    2015 Subaru Outback 3.6R / 2014 MINI Countryman S ALL4

  • For Katana312 - If the $28,800 includes the 8% NY sales tax then I would take it. The invoice price for your vehicle is $27,221 (that is the price of the vehicle to the dealership plus the $940 transportation charge). That would calculate as a price for the vehicle to you of right at $26667 plus 8% sales tax equals $28.800.36.
    Thats a good deal for you if you can get that on paper and there is nothing additional added at all. Good luck.

    Thanks for your response! Yes, the price quoted is out the door with taxes and dmv fees. I will get that in writing before jumping on it.
  • dhinla49dhinla49 Posts: 9
    I had been lurking and reading since December as my 2014 Accord lease is up in 2 weeks. Appreciate all the good reading. In So Cal. Bought a 2017 EX-L CR-V this week for straight invoice + tax + DMV + $90 doc fee. Was about $31500 OTD.

    Very happy with the car - surprised at how much evolution since 2014 in terms of features and electronics. I don't fully understand LKS and the other lane deviation acronym - this is the first time in a while I feel like I'm going to need to read the manual. I like CarPlay a lot, but it definitely has some bugs to work out - I'm counting on Apple to improve it without the car needing software updates.
  • jackpepinjackpepin Posts: 15
    Hi, I'm looking for 2017 CRV EX 2WD zipcode 94539. Please advise what is the car price I should look for? tax is 9.25% what is the OTD price? Thanks.
  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 64,482
    edited April 2017
    RE-POSTED for member:

    barr_car

    9:32AM edited 9:32AM in Honda 107.140.112.247

    Purchased yesterday April 22, 2017 and wanted to share as I used this site to see what others had paid. I am north of Sacramento, CA . MSRP was $34,635, this dealer's price was over that at $37,235 WHAT!!! We spent 4 hours there and ended up with $1277 under MSRP. We love the car, but negotiating is a pain! I went in and asked for 10% under MSRP and they came back with the MSRP cause they can sell them over the MSRP! So from there we haggled more, but spent more time sitting there waiting for the manager to come back with a counter offer. Hated the waiting game!
  • mjoshimjoshi Posts: 44
    katana312 said:

    For Katana312 - If the $28,800 includes the 8% NY sales tax then I would take it. The invoice price for your vehicle is $27,221 (that is the price of the vehicle to the dealership plus the $940 transportation charge). That would calculate as a price for the vehicle to you of right at $26667 plus 8% sales tax equals $28.800.36.
    Thats a good deal for you if you can get that on paper and there is nothing additional added at all. Good luck.

    Thanks for your response! Yes, the price quoted is out the door with taxes and dmv fees. I will get that in writing before jumping on it.
    I'm also in upstae, NY . If you don't mind could you please share your dealer information ?
    Thanks

  • changkumchangkum Posts: 8
    2017 Honda CR-V EX 2WD White Diamond Pearl, Black Interior
    Orange County, CA
    Just wanted to check if this is okay price. it is 13.03% below.

    MSRP: $27,595
    SALE PRICE: $23,999
  • For Changkum: Invoice price for a 2017 Honda CRV EX 2wd is $26,004. The vehicle you mention is being offered for about $2000 less than invoice. Make sure the vehicle was not a demo model with a bunch of miles on it and that the vehicle in question DOES have the new car warranty. See what the dealership wants to add to the sale price if you try to buy it. Good luck.
  • 2017 Honda CRV-EX AWD. Modern steel metallic.
    Hamilton, NJ
    $26,421
    + $450 accessories (mud flaps, wheel locks, trunk tray etc.)
    + tax, tag and title.
    Also got lifetime oil + filter changes and free car washes.
    I think I got a pretty good deal on it. I know I they got me a little on the accessories package but they did not get me for the fabric treatment, paint protection etc. that they had also done to the vehicle. I negotiated via email with three, then two local dealerships.
  • ikozikoz Posts: 5
    edited April 2017
    dhinla49 said:

    I had been lurking and reading since December as my 2014 Accord lease is up in 2 weeks. Appreciate all the good reading. In So Cal. Bought a 2017 EX-L CR-V this week for straight invoice + tax + DMV + $90 doc fee. Was about $31500 OTD.

    Very happy with the car - surprised at how much evolution since 2014 in terms of features and electronics. I don't fully understand LKS and the other lane deviation acronym - this is the first time in a while I feel like I'm going to need to read the manual. I like CarPlay a lot, but it definitely has some bugs to work out - I'm counting on Apple to improve it without the car needing software updates.

    was this 2WD or AWD? could you share name of dealer?
    changkum said:

    2017 Honda CR-V EX 2WD White Diamond Pearl, Black Interior
    Orange County, CA
    Just wanted to check if this is okay price. it is 13.03% below.

    MSRP: $27,595
    SALE PRICE: $23,999

    could you share name of dealer?
  • changkumchangkum Posts: 8
    edited April 2017
    better deal now.
    Waiting till the end of the month helps me save more.

    2017 Honda CR-V 2WD EX!!
    MSRP: $27,595
    INVOICE: $25,964
    SALE PRICE: $22,999

    DCH Gardena Honda
    15541 South Western Ave. Gardena, CA 90249
    Sales: (phone number removed)
  • tbirdmarcotbirdmarco new yorkPosts: 3,838
    congrads to all on your new CRVs!
  • changkumchangkum Posts: 8
    2017 Honda CR-V 2WD EX
    Diamond White Pearl exterior
    Black interior

    I looked up online and called internet sales manager and got an answer yes with $22,000.
    Couple days ago, i went in to the same dealer and talked with other sale person said that i want to buy the car 22k. They were not willing to match the price back then. On the last day of the month, they said yes. come in. wow.
  • changkumchangkum Posts: 8
    ok. so i walked away from the dealer. next time, i need to make sure that I get the numbers in writing.
  • petercx7petercx7 Posts: 20
    edited May 2017
    received 2 quotes today from irvine CA

    EXL/No NAV 2wd
    msrp $30135
    dealer discount $1800
    Dealer price $28335
    sales tax $2202
    Registration and title $401
    OTD $30938

    TOURING 2wd
    msrp$33335
    dealer discount $2000
    tax 2512(8%)
    registration and title $427
    OTD $34274

    Are these good price? thanks
  • colohonda3colohonda3 Posts: 5
    for Petercx7: Both vehicles are being offered at about $10 below invoice price so it is your choice as to which one you like better. I have heard that Honda does not have holdbacks like American car companies so the negotiation is up to you, the dealership will not be making a profit on the sale of either CRV. Taxes,registration and title charges are a local thing depending on where you are in the country. The price you pay for the vehicle is the only focal point that is important, the dealer has to make enough to stay in business and pay the bills, you have to be able to afford the car and all of its costs. It is a new month so lets hope the prices don't change. The prices you state are in your favor being below invoice.
  • ju12345ju12345 Posts: 1
    Hi all - Amy thoughts on how strong this deal is? Think I can get it $500 lower by negotiating more?

    Honda CR-V EX AWD 2017

    MSRP: $28,971
    Price 25,695 (About 12% discount to MSRP)
    OTD price is $28,324 with all taxes and fees in Washington DC. 

    Thanks!

  • colohonda3colohonda3 Posts: 5
    For ju12345: The price of $25,695 is an amazing price. You can always try to negotiate more but the price is already $1526 below invoice of $27,221 and that price does not include advertising fees that Honda may hit dealerships with. If you want the 2017 Honda CRV EX awd then run to the dealership and don't let the opportunity go by. Just watch for any items the dealership could try to add to the price during the financing negotiations. OTD of $28,324 is impressive, for you.
  • netosk17netosk17 Posts: 4
    I went to a Honda in Orlando to buy the EX-L.

    My profile:
    28 years.
    Living 2 years in USA
    Credit Score 690

    So, after 2 hours I received my final quote, to pay in 72 months:

    MSRP 29,750.00
    TAX 1,798.21
    TAG FEE 521.15
    PROCESSING FEE 699.00
    Taxable Fee 104.50
    Total 32,872.86

    Down Payment: 5500
    72x - $ 588!!!!!!!

    Total: 47.836

    Is this price right?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,589
    netosk17 said:

    I went to a Honda in Orlando to buy the EX-L.

    My profile:
    28 years.
    Living 2 years in USA
    Credit Score 690

    So, after 2 hours I received my final quote, to pay in 72 months:

    MSRP 29,750.00
    TAX 1,798.21
    TAG FEE 521.15
    PROCESSING FEE 699.00
    Taxable Fee 104.50
    Total 32,872.86

    Down Payment: 5500
    72x - $ 588!!!!!!!

    Total: 47.836

    Is this price right?

    Did they disclose the interest rate?
    Did you negotiate a selling price or just agree to pay MSRP?

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • netosk17netosk17 Posts: 4

    kyfdx said:

    I went to a Honda in Orlando to buy the EX-L.

    My profile:
    28 years.
    Living 2 years in USA
    Credit Score 690

    So, after 2 hours I received my final quote, to pay in 72 months:

    MSRP 29,750.00
    TAX 1,798.21
    TAG FEE 521.15
    PROCESSING FEE 699.00
    Taxable Fee 104.50
    Total 32,872.86

    Down Payment: 5500
    72x - $ 588!!!!!!!

    Total: 47.836

    Is this price right?


    Did they disclose the interest rate?
    Dikyfdx said:


    I went to a Honda in Orlando to buy the EX-L.

    My profile:
    28 years.
    Living 2 years in USA
    Credit Score 690

    So, after 2 hours I received my final quote, to pay in 72 months:

    MSRP 29,750.00
    TAX 1,798.21
    TAG FEE 521.15
    PROCESSING FEE 699.00
    Taxable Fee 104.50
    Total 32,872.86

    Down Payment: 5500
    72x - $ 588!!!!!!!

    Total: 47.836

    Is this price right?


    Did they disclose the interest rate?
    Did you negotiate a selling price or just agree to pay MSRP?



    d you negotiate a selling price or just agree to pay MSRP?

    No, it was my first time visiting a dealer. I went to know how works.

    I did not negotiate the MSRP too. 



  • sjeedsjeed Posts: 111
    Working on closing on a 2017 CR-V Touring AWD in Northern California. Does anyone know the current interest rate for a 72 month loan, Tier 1, with AHFS? And, if possible, if it is rated at a Tier 2, what would be that interest rate. Thank you!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,589
    sjeed said:

    Working on closing on a 2017 CR-V Touring AWD in Northern California. Does anyone know the current interest rate for a 72 month loan, Tier 1, with AHFS? And, if possible, if it is rated at a Tier 2, what would be that interest rate. Thank you!

    We don't have that information. The only APR info is on models with "special" terms, and that is definitely not the CR-V.

    If I had to guess, 4.9%-5.9% APR for 72 months. You'd probably be better off going through your bank or credit union.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • tom911tom911 Posts: 63
    Better to go to a Credit Union. I purchased a CRV Touring in Nor Cal a couple months ago and the Honda rates were much too high.
  • mangcutmangcut Posts: 1
    Costa Mesa, CA

    2017 CR-V EX-L 2WD Molten Lava Pearl w/ Ivory leather
    Price: $27,500
    Doc Fee: $80
    Sales Tax: $2,137.45
    Transfer charge: $29
    License Fee: $179
    Registration: $111
    CA Tire Fee: $8.75

    OTD: $30,045.20
  • Karen_SKaren_S Posts: 5,092
    Have you purchased a new vehicle in the last six months, and are you willing to talk about your experience getting a loan? If so, a reporter would love to talk to you about your experience. Please email [email protected] by Wednesday, May 17, 2017 letting us know if you were a new or returning customer to your dealership and if the experience was different than what you expected (easier/harder to get financed, higher/lower interest rate, etc.). Thanks for your help!
  • accdguy13accdguy13 Posts: 30
    edited May 2017
    I just purchased a 2017 Honda CRV AWD touring edition in gun metal metallic. Details below.

    Where- Albany NY area
    MSRP - 34,795
    Paid - 32,057

    Not including any taxes or fees as these are different for everyone!

    Local dealers were quoting online 33500 roughly- but one dealer in Vermont just an hour and a half away quoted the 32057.00- I went to Vermont to confirm and then hit up a powerhouse dealer in Scotia NY to get them to match the price.
  • dsearchdsearch Posts: 1
    I just got Honda CR-V EX for $25,800 plus title and tax @ Roush Honda 
  • accdguy13 said:

    I just purchased a 2017 Honda CRV AWD touring edition in gun metal metallic. Details below.

    Where- Albany NY area
    MSRP - 34,795
    Paid - 32,057

    Not including any taxes or fees as these are different for everyone!

    Local dealers were quoting online 33500 roughly- but one dealer in Vermont just an hour and a half away quoted the 32057.00- I went to Vermont to confirm and then hit up a powerhouse dealer in Scotia NY to get them to match the price.

    What dealer in Vermont did you deal with? I am also in the Albany NY area and in the market for the CR-V EX-L without the navi and would like to find the best quote possible. So far best i have heard is $29,054.

    Thanks!
  • sweendogysweendogy Left lanePosts: 1,307
    28600 I was quoted for a ex-l - I don't get why people would want a nav edition of this car when the Exl has Apple/Google car apps. Seems like a decent deal
  • hunter410hunter410 Posts: 1
    ju12345 - you received a great offer. What was the name of your dealer? I am in the market for the same type of CRV. Thanks.
  • missac325missac325 Posts: 1
    edited May 2017
    In the market for a CR-V EX, I am in metro area of NYC I got this quote from dealer. Is this a good price in NYC/ NJ? Zip code 10018

    CR-v EX AWD 
    $26,203 price +destination 
    $2,325.51 (NY, NY Tax 8.875%)
    $850 (Document fee and DMV)
    $29,377 OTD
  • blackhairblackhair Posts: 5
    I just bought a 2017 Honda CR-V EX AWD and here is what I paid :
    Car price : $ 25,700
    Reg/Tag/Title fees( New Plates estimated $400, but I think it's little less than that ) + Tax + Dealer fee+...... = $28,521 OTD
    Finance through my Fairwinds Credit Union at 0.75% rate
    Bought the car in Central Florida, but I have to move to Boston next year for school, that's why I need AWD
    Since not many AWD in most FL dealers, It took me almost a month back and forth, Finally, this dealer accept my offer of $25,700
  • alayaaaalayaaa Posts: 6
    netosk17 said:

    I went to a Honda in Orlando to buy the EX-L.

    My profile:
    28 years.
    Living 2 years in USA
    Credit Score 690

    So, after 2 hours I received my final quote, to pay in 72 months:

    MSRP 29,750.00
    TAX 1,798.21
    TAG FEE 521.15
    PROCESSING FEE 699.00
    Taxable Fee 104.50
    Total 32,872.86

    Down Payment: 5500
    72x - $ 588!!!!!!!

    Total: 47.836

    Is this price right?

    General rule of thumb for "good deal" is that your monthly payment is about 1% of the MSRP of the car. $588 should be able to get you in a new car with MSRP $55k - $58k. For $588 a month there's better options out there.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 162,058
    alayaaa said:

    netosk17 said:

    I went to a Honda in Orlando to buy the EX-L.

    My profile:
    28 years.
    Living 2 years in USA
    Credit Score 690

    So, after 2 hours I received my final quote, to pay in 72 months:

    MSRP 29,750.00
    TAX 1,798.21
    TAG FEE 521.15
    PROCESSING FEE 699.00
    Taxable Fee 104.50
    Total 32,872.86

    Down Payment: 5500
    72x - $ 588!!!!!!!

    Total: 47.836

    Is this price right?

    General rule of thumb for "good deal" is that your monthly payment is about 1% of the MSRP of the car. $588 should be able to get you in a new car with MSRP $55k - $58k. For $588 a month there's better options out there.
    I don't think that logic works for purchases.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


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    2015 Subaru Outback 3.6R / 2014 MINI Countryman S ALL4

  • tofun22tofun22 Posts: 1
    Thank you everyone in this board to help my purchase. We just closed the deal today.
    It is a 2017 EX FWD with no Nav. 26000 + TTL+ reg Fee in So Cal. The deal also includes these accessories : wheel lock, cheap plastic trunk tray, door clear plastic guard, and splash guards.
    Internet sale guy at Diamond Honda is good and nice but the finance guy is very slippery and tricky. We caught him trying to slip in 1000 dollar for the unwanted alarm package!
    Prices are going down now; I think I can do better by spending more time shopping! but we need a car now so I guess it is an ok deal.
  • wxman6wxman6 Posts: 15
    edited May 2017
    On Saturday, May 20 we bought a 2017 CR-V EXL AWD (white diamond pearl with ivory interior, which seems to be hard to find around here in an EXL AWD) at Nourse Honda in Chillicothe, Ohio. Their initial offer was 3% under MSRP (MSRP is $31,435, incl. dest. charge), plus splash guards for $150 more. I showed them the website of a dealer in Portsmouth, Ohio, 45 miles away, selling them for 5% below MSRP. They accepted that, so I got it for 29.861, plus $150 for splash guards (which I wanted) plus some other add-ons that I wanted, plus fees ($250 doc. plus $44 title, no other fees).
    Salesman Tyler was pleasant to deal with and we had a good overall experience. Even the dreaded visit to the finance room was relatively quick and free of pressure to sign-up for add on insurance, maint. plans, etc.
  • wxman6wxman6 Posts: 15
    edited May 2017
    Oh, I forgot to mention that the sales manager told us that 5% off MSRP is about $300 over invoice. Does anyone know if that's true?? If so, then that would mean that the invoice price for an EXL AWD is about $29,561.
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