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Hey Guys, So as some of you might already know, I am about to purchase the CT. black on black EX-L navi. asking price is $38,900 + freight pdi = $40,500. Is asking $38k flat too low to ask for. Basically i am curious to know how much negotiating power i have. thanks
 

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Hey Guys, So as some of you might already know, I am about to purchase the CT. black on black EX-L navi. asking price is $38,900 + freight pdi = $40,500. Is asking $38k flat too low to ask for. Basically i am curious to know how much negotiating power i have. thanks
I guess you must be Canadian as I think in the USA they are cheaper than this. I am Canadian BTW. I think because of the newness of this vehicle, discounts are unlikely at this point, but you never know, as Honda is having trouble selling cars. Why not try. I saw a black one the other day, and to me that's the colour. It goes well with the back glass at the lower panel. I expect the dark grey would also look good.
 

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I think sticker on ours was about 34,500, without even asking they dropped to 33K, but that was all they would do. She then added a few Honda extras that brought us back up a bit. We felt it was a good deal at 33K.
 

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Hey Guys, So as some of you might already know, I am about to purchase the CT. black on black EX-L navi. asking price is $38,900 + freight pdi = $40,500. Is asking $38k flat too low to ask for. Basically i am curious to know how much negotiating power i have. thanks
Got our CT EX-L 4WD last week, and MSRP was $35,155.00 (with accessories). We got it for $31,688.00 !! We even had 2 dealerships bidding. I think it was a GREAT deal! One of the best deals that I have ever gotten on a brand-new car, especially a Honda. I've purchased 14 new cars in my adult life, and have never gotten this good of a deal. We would have paid sticker for this car if we would have had too!
 

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We have not signed the papers yet as the car is being delivered tonight, but the price is 35200 out the door -3% tax, admin. tags and delivery... CT-EX-L 4wd/Navigation. Could have gotten it from another dealer for 35087 out the door but decided to stay with the one we knew. Also will be purchasing the Honda Care extended warranty- I have a quote for 96months-120k miles, 0- deductible for 1100.00, We hope to never have to use it but this is our first automobile with navigation and a ECO engine that cuts back to 3 cylinders going down the highway. You never know but we hope to keep this thing for quite sometime, 10 years, so the warranty is only 100 bucks a year.
 

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Check out www.zag.com
(http://amexnetwork.zag.com/main.html?referrer_id=ZAMX000670)
you can go under the buyers tab. If you go under American Express, you can plug in the car/options you want and get a price which will be honored at select dealers in the program. I took a print out of the model/options to my nearest dealer and they met the deal. $33,777 for a fully loaded 4WD EX-L + Navi....very easy process and this was 3k+ off MSRP.
 

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Hey, we picked up our 2wd EX-L Navi for $31,6**. I have a car buying service through USAA, and their best price was $32,500. We were lucky enough that I used to sell cars, and have worked at dealerships for years in the past, so I knew the scams and how to work the dealer. Sure enough, they tried to pull the "Financing didn't go through" callback scam, but I was smart enough to print off our credit scores before we went to have a meeting with the finance guy. They said our scores were literally 130points lower than they actually were. Needless to say, when I whipped out or 2 hours old scores, he covered his ass. We now have free maintenance for the next 60k miles. I love it when dealers think everyone's a sucker.
 

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Hi, First Post. Picked up car last night.

$32k +TTL
AWD EX-L w/Nav, Tango Red Pearl & Ivory

Chicago Area. (I think there were $1000 in direct to dealer incentives)

I believe the CT is almost as quiet as my late, beloved 2002 Acura TL-S
 
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