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2017 Honda Odyssey Prices Paid and Buying Experience

steverstever Posts: 52,462
edited January 2017 in Honda
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  • kanadiankanadian Posts: 3
    I'm looking for a Honda Odyssey SE, 2017.

    The lowest price I'm getting is $32,000 + tax, DMV, doc. etc.

    My zip code is 07650 (east coast, northern NJ)

    Is the $32,000 a good deal? Also, I want to purchase it before the finance promotion ends. They have 60 months for 0.9%. Seems really good. My credit is pretty good, so I'm sure I'll qualify. The dealership told me I might be able to get a better deal next month...since they don't have the color I want.

    Please let me know what you guys think.

    Thanks in advance.

  • kanadian said:
    I'm looking for a Honda Odyssey SE, 2017. The lowest price I'm getting is $32,000 + tax, DMV, doc. etc. My zip code is 07650 (east coast, northern NJ) Is the $32,000 a good deal? Also, I want to purchase it before the finance promotion ends. They have 60 months for 0.9%. Seems really good. My credit is pretty good, so I'm sure I'll qualify. The dealership told me I might be able to get a better deal next month...since they don't have the color I want. Please let me know what you guys think. Thanks in advance.
    I can tell you that a friend just paid 28665 plus tax & tags for a 2016 Odyssey SE a little farther south than you on the East Coast. That dealer still has 4 2016 Odyssey SE's in stock. If you're willing to travel, you could probably lock in an even better price. 

    Also, try Westmount in Ocean County. His prices tend to be pretty amazing. 
  • kanadiankanadian Posts: 3
    Do you know the dealership and sales person that your friend worked with?
  • kanadian said:
    Do you know the dealership and sales person that your friend worked with?
    Yes. Dealership is in MD, and I negotiated the deal with the General Manager after shopping it around. It is a not a price they offer up front. If you would like to contact me directly, I would be happy to discuss it further. If you click on my screen name, you should see my email address. 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 111,014


    kanadian said:

    Do you know the dealership and sales person that your friend worked with?

    Yes. Dealership is in MD, and I negotiated the deal with the General Manager after shopping it around. It is a not a price they offer up front. If you would like to contact me directly, I would be happy to discuss it further. If you click on my screen name, you should see my email address. 

    You are welcome to share both dealer and salesman names publicly; we just restrict the publishing of any contact information - phone or email.

    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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  • sammyshahsammyshah northern CAPosts: 2
    Looking to buy a 2016 or 2017 EX-L RES in Northern California.

    Very few dealers have 2016 in stock, but 2017 are available readily.

    What price I should be looking to pay? I got internet quotes of $35k+taxes, fees for 2017 and they seem a bit high.
  • robrothrobroth Posts: 31
    edited March 2017
    I have a Pathfinder coming off lease in 4 months and thought I'd see how I could do on an Odyssey Elite 36/12k lease a few days away from end of Q1. I'm thinking I may wait until end of Q2 to see if they drop pricing with the 2018's around the corner at that point. This is the best quote I have so far which includes the $1000 dealer cash lease incentive. The sales tax is skewed as that's based on buying the vehicle rather than tax on 36 months.

    40,769.60 Sale Price (includes $940 Destination Charge from Honda)
    +USD2,570.91 6.25% Sales Tax
    +USD99.00 Wheel Locks Fee (Optional Fee)
    +USD135.00 Plates and Registration Fee
    +USD365.00 Documentation Fee
    USD43,939.51 Total "Out-The-Door" Price

    My calculations work this out to:
    interest rate 2.856%
    price over 36 months 18346.32 = $532
    taxes over 36 months 1146.65 or 31.85/mo

    Total monthly $563.85 w/$500 out of pocket
  • kanadiankanadian Posts: 3
    I just purchased my 2017 Honda Odyssey SE today in norther New Jersey (Bergen county) !!!

    I got it for $30,400. (including destination and handling fees)
    $600 for wheel lock (didn't have a choice) and remote start.
    Tax at 6.875% = $2,131.25
    DMV fees= $418.50
    DOC fee= $299
    Out the door price = $33,848.75

    down payment of $3,848.75
    financing $30,000 for 0.9% for 5 years.

    I'm pretty happy with the price I got. Good luck everyone!
    Now the question I'm struggling with is do I get the honda care warranty?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 120,318
    kanadian said:

    I just purchased my 2017 Honda Odyssey SE today in norther New Jersey (Bergen county) !!!

    I got it for $30,400. (including destination and handling fees)
    $600 for wheel lock (didn't have a choice) and remote start.
    Tax at 6.875% = $2,131.25
    DMV fees= $418.50
    DOC fee= $299
    Out the door price = $33,848.75

    down payment of $3,848.75
    financing $30,000 for 0.9% for 5 years.

    I'm pretty happy with the price I got. Good luck everyone!
    Now the question I'm struggling with is do I get the honda care warranty?

    I bought a 7 yr, 100K extended warranty on a Honda, once. About $1000. When I traded the car after 6.5 years and 106K miles, I had never had a claim or repair.

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

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  • emw1000emw1000 Posts: 2
    I am in southern NH and can buy in MA easily too. I am looking to see what the best price is for an Odyssey EX-L with Nav. please! Thanks so much!
  • mjoshimjoshi Posts: 44
    I'm confused little bit here, I cannot decide between 4 different models
    2016 Ody SE
    2017 Ody SE
    2017 Ody EX
    2017 Pacifica Touring.

    What you guys say ? I'm getting 2017 Pacifica Touring for $24,400 whereas Ody is somewhere around $30K for me. Is it worth spending $6K extra on Ody compared to Pacifica ?
  • emw1000emw1000 Posts: 2
    I like the idea of the Paifica but can't beat the reliability I've had with my 2008 Odyssey....
  • What amount can I expect to get off MSRP on a 2016 Odyssey Touring Elite. They are readily available in my area (more than 10 of them). I would think they want the 2016's gone before the 2018's get on the lot.
    ZIP is 33777
  • r999r999 Posts: 1
    2016 honda odyssey touring elite i was quoted 37,700 before taxes and other fees. is this a good price?
  • ody2017exlody2017exl Posts: 1
    I am getting quotes for 2017 Odyssey ex-l in central NJ. Best base price is $31,500 including destination charges. of course taxes and fees will be extra. Can anyone share their quotes or OTD price? 
  • Karen_SKaren_S Posts: 5,092
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  • Sms28Sms28 MarylandPosts: 5
    30-31K, before ttl for EXL, maryland
  • borgcr01borgcr01 Posts: 3
    Bought a 2017 Odyssey SE.

    Paid $29,643 + Taxes, Tags, Fees in PA. Total pre downpayment/trade was $30,823.73.

    There was some pretty aggressive pricing in my area with 2018s hitting the lot.
  • Hi,
    I am in Portland, Oregon and looking to see what the best price is for an Odyssey EX-L. If you have any information, pls share with me. Thank you so much! :)
  • vvsetvvset Posts: 26
    Hi,

    I bought the EX-L today in MD for 33400 OTD. Thanks.
  • changkumchangkum Posts: 8
    2017 Honda Odyssey LX
    MSRP:$30,790.00
    Price: $26,314.00

    is this good deal?
  • I think that with some negotiation, you can expect to save as much as  another $1,000 to $1,500 off that price. My goal would be to get it on the road for $27,000 - $28,000,  but depending on your market, your timing, and available supply, that may not be realistic. 
  • 07pilot4me07pilot4me Posts: 52
    getting quote of:

    EX-L /RES 33,514 + fees
    EX 28815 + Fees
    SE 29650 + Fees

    i think these are fair prices, but i have to clarify what those fees are. im guessing they will add destination/handling fees as well.. this is in Northern Cali.

    what should my target price be, mainly interested in the SE
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 120,318

    getting quote of:

    EX-L /RES 33,514 + fees
    EX 28815 + Fees
    SE 29650 + Fees

    i think these are fair prices, but i have to clarify what those fees are. im guessing they will add destination/handling fees as well.. this is in Northern Cali.

    what should my target price be, mainly interested in the SE

    Any quote should already include destination. If not, then they just aren't being honest. It's not a "fee", it's part of the price.

    CA DMV fees are about 1.1% of MSRP, generally, then there is an $80 doc fee. That should be it.

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

    Edmunds Moderator



  • getting quote of:

    EX-L /RES 33,514 + fees
    EX 28815 + Fees
    SE 29650 + Fees

    i think these are fair prices, but i have to clarify what those fees are. im guessing they will add destination/handling fees as well.. this is in Northern Cali.

    what should my target price be, mainly interested in the SE


    Based on past experience:
    EX - target price of about $28k incl. destination
    SE - target price of about $28665 incl. destination
  • 07pilot4me07pilot4me Posts: 52

    getting quote of:

    EX-L /RES 33,514 + fees
    EX 28815 + Fees
    SE 29650 + Fees

    i think these are fair prices, but i have to clarify what those fees are. im guessing they will add destination/handling fees as well.. this is in Northern Cali.

    what should my target price be, mainly interested in the SE


    thanks for the feedback. i just got email for the dealer....
    the price is + 10%ish fees and +$399 for the protection pack(wheel locks ,mud guard, trunk tray)

    based on feedback, i should aim for SE $28K and see what they say?? should i have them write all the fees and totals down before i go in??

    i have a trade in, carmax already made offer, i doubt dealer will beat it. should i leave it out so deal is less complicated? (sell to carmax)

    ty all


  • getting quote of:

    EX-L /RES 33,514 + fees
    EX 28815 + Fees
    SE 29650 + Fees

    i think these are fair prices, but i have to clarify what those fees are. im guessing they will add destination/handling fees as well.. this is in Northern Cali.

    what should my target price be, mainly interested in the SE



    thanks for the feedback. i just got email for the dealer....
    the price is + 10%ish fees and +$399 for the protection pack(wheel locks ,mud guard, trunk tray)

    based on feedback, i should aim for SE $28K and see what they say?? should i have them write all the fees and totals down before i go in??

    i have a trade in, carmax already made offer, i doubt dealer will beat it. should i leave it out so deal is less complicated? (sell to carmax)

    ty all


     Where are you located?

    Don't pay for protection package, or at least negotiate it down substantially. 

    Don't go in until you have an "on the road" price in writing signed by a manager. 

    If you trade into the dealer,  depending on the state, you may get a tax credit. 

     It is not unheard of to get the dealership to pay more for a trade than Carmax. 
  • 07pilot4me07pilot4me Posts: 52





    getting quote of:



    EX-L /RES 33,514 + fees

    EX 28815 + Fees

    SE 29650 + Fees



    i think these are fair prices, but i have to clarify what those fees are. im guessing they will add destination/handling fees as well.. this is in Northern Cali.



    what should my target price be, mainly interested in the SE





    thanks for the feedback. i just got email for the dealer....

    the price is + 10%ish fees and +$399 for the protection pack(wheel locks ,mud guard, trunk tray)



    based on feedback, i should aim for SE $28K and see what they say?? should i have them write all the fees and totals down before i go in??



    i have a trade in, carmax already made offer, i doubt dealer will beat it. should i leave it out so deal is less complicated? (sell to carmax)



    ty all


     Where are you located?

    Don't pay for protection package, or at least negotiate it down substantially. 

    Don't go in until you have an "on the road" price in writing signed by a manager. 

    If you trade into the dealer,  depending on the state, you may get a tax credit. 

     It is not unheard of to get the dealership to pay more for a trade than Carmax. 



    Hi,

    I was thinking about offering 31K OTD. I live in California and I calculated TTL to be $2400 on a $29K price (their offer is $29.65K) + $399 wheel lock package.

    we will be taking our vehicle in their lot, so they will have a chance to beat the Carmax quote.

    what do you think of offering 31K OTD, whats your thoughts??
  • 07pilot4me07pilot4me Posts: 52
    bought an EX L no res no nav for $32,100 with wheel lock package included +TTL also got $500 more for my trade in vs Carmax. .9% financing as well

    could i have done better. probably! but dealer was close to home and low on stock. Got them to match another dealer 60 miles away with lots more stock (and probably better negotiating room) but might have gotten stuck with trading car at Carmax.

    deals will prob get better next weekend but did not want to risk low stock and deal with the crowds (we were at dealers for 7 hours and we got there 1 hour after open)/

    good luck!!! and hope we made right decision


  • bought an EX L no res no nav for $32,100 with wheel lock package included +TTL also got $500 more for my trade in vs Carmax. .9% financing as well

    could i have done better. probably! but dealer was close to home and low on stock. Got them to match another dealer 60 miles away with lots more stock (and probably better negotiating room) but might have gotten stuck with trading car at Carmax.

    deals will prob get better next weekend but did not want to risk low stock and deal with the crowds (we were at dealers for 7 hours and we got there 1 hour after open)/

    good luck!!! and hope we made right decision


    Congratulations!

    On the last EX-L that I helped someone lease, the sale price on which the lease was based represented a discount of $7235 below MSRP. You can do the math.

    I will admit that I had difficulty replicating that deal even a few weeks later at the same dealership (although it did change ownership in the interim). 
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