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White Pearl, ivory interior, EXL, 4WD, with Navigation plus Honda remote starter ; $33,000 (plus the standard $100 doc fee).
Given your paying experiences, does it sound like a good deal or not so much? The car was manufactured in July of this year and had 6 miles.
 

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Pio Jus, the price you pay is really personal to you, BUT, what other options are included? Does it have Back Up Camera, Blue Tooth, CD Player, Climate Control, etc? Is it a 4 cylinder, or 6?

Ultimately the price you negotiate is, and are comfortable with, the right price for you. I recommend that you ask the dealer to let you see the Dealer Invoice, and look at what they paid for it, then deal up from that price. You can expect to pay between $300 and $500 (US Dollars) over invoice, but any more than that and you might want to consider walking away. Even $500 is a bit high, but might be acceptable. Richard
 

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Not a bad deal, you probably could have only beat him down a little more, also, I think they are a little tighter on the AWD's, don't seem to be that many around. And, if you live in an area where you need AWD as a practical measure they may jack up a bit as 'if you don't buy it the next guy will.

Enjoy your ride and welcome.
 

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Pio Jus, the price you pay is really personal to you, BUT, what other options are included? Does it have Back Up Camera, Blue Tooth, CD Player, Climate Control, etc? Is it a 4 cylinder, or 6?

Ultimately the price you negotiate is, and are comfortable with, the right price for you. I recommend that you ask the dealer to let you see the Dealer Invoice, and look at what they paid for it, then deal up from that price. You can expect to pay between $300 and $500 (US Dollars) over invoice, but any more than that and you might want to consider walking away. Even $500 is a bit high, but might be acceptable. Richard
All Crosstours come with CD, climate control and 6 cyclinder engines.

Last week, we bought our White EX-L 4WD with Black Leather for $31, 790. It doesn't have the navi or the back-up cam. The only installed dealer options were the mud flaps. I have no idea what the dealer invoice price was. The window sticker said $37,480.00. Our dealer had three like this one and really wanted to move them before the 2011's hit the lot.
 

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Sounds like a fair deal...got my EX-L w/navi for a driveout price of $32k. That included door edge film, body side molding, rear bumper guard, mud flaps, cargo mat and paint/interior sealant-protection.
 

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Sounds like a fair deal to me. Now is the time to get one. I got mine for a grand less than you with the same equipment.
 

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White Pearl, ivory interior, EXL, 4WD, with Navigation plus Honda remote starter ; $33,000 (plus the standard $100 doc fee).
Given your paying experiences, does it sound like a good deal or not so much? The car was manufactured in July of this year and had 6 miles.
We bought ours - without remote, in mid-June for $34K+, so I'd say you did good - or did I get hosed??.
 

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You didn'y get hosed, it's all timing. Honda has th e.9 financing now that they are pushing to clear the lots. There is also a Honda to dealer give back of 2-3k going on. I got an internet quote on a 2wd EX-L with Navi for 29800. Check Kelly Blkue Book, that's about 2,400 under invoice if I remember right. And I still got him down another 400 and got add ons when I got there. They are very aggressively clearing the lots. Toyota here just South of Atlanta will give you a quote of any 2011 Camry for 3500 under invoice. A great time to buy.

Don't let them feel you out, be prepared if you are going in now.

A few months ago you got a pretty good price.
 
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