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Old 19 Aug 2007, 08:15 pm
Zorro_2k
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Default Honda CR-V EX-L

My wifes 92 Accord EX was totaled Thursday in a multi-car rear-end pile-up
(she's OK). We've been discussing buying a CR-V for some time, and now it
looks like it will be sooner than later. We found a 2007 Red w/ Grey Leather
, 4 (four) miles, EX-L for $25.4K at a local dealer today.

I suppose these things are so hot that there wil not be much of a discount.
What are other peopl;e paying for these around the country ?


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Old 19 Aug 2007, 09:01 pm
Bob
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Default Re: Honda CR-V EX-L

On Sun, 19 Aug 2007 21:15:28 -0400, "Zorro_2k" <NONE@jam_on.com>
wrote:

>My wifes 92 Accord EX was totaled Thursday in a multi-car rear-end pile-up
>(she's OK). We've been discussing buying a CR-V for some time, and now it
>looks like it will be sooner than later. We found a 2007 Red w/ Grey Leather
>, 4 (four) miles, EX-L for $25.4K at a local dealer today.
>
>I suppose these things are so hot that there wil not be much of a discount.
>What are other peopl;e paying for these around the country ?
>

Check with www.gunnauto.com

This is a dealer in San Antonio that does a 'one price' (and it's
true)....so you can look at their prices for an idea.
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Old 20 Aug 2007, 02:42 am
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Default Re: Honda CR-V EX-L

In article <46c8eb59$0$23560$4c368faf@roadrunner.com>,
"Zorro_2k" <NONE@jam_on.com> wrote:

> My wifes 92 Accord EX was totaled Thursday in a multi-car rear-end pile-up
> (she's OK). We've been discussing buying a CR-V for some time, and now it
> looks like it will be sooner than later. We found a 2007 Red w/ Grey Leather
> , 4 (four) miles, EX-L for $25.4K at a local dealer today.
>
> I suppose these things are so hot that there wil not be much of a discount.
> What are other peopl;e paying for these around the country ?


You can find the list price at Honda.com or Yahoo.

My friend just got one in Canada and they wouldn't budge a cent.
I Canada they are charging 35% more than the USA price, the current
exchange rate has been below 10% for some time.
He also paid significant extra for decent wheels on the base model.
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Old 20 Aug 2007, 09:09 am
DJ Bukkake
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Default Re: Honda CR-V EX-L

Zorro_2k wrote:
> My wifes 92 Accord EX was totaled Thursday in a multi-car rear-end pile-up
> (she's OK). We've been discussing buying a CR-V for some time, and now it
> looks like it will be sooner than later. We found a 2007 Red w/ Grey Leather
> , 4 (four) miles, EX-L for $25.4K at a local dealer today.
>
> I suppose these things are so hot that there wil not be much of a discount.
> What are other peopl;e paying for these around the country ?
>
>

A friend of mine is a sales associate at the local Honda dealership, and
he said that CR-V is going for sticker and they can't seem to keep those
on the lot.
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Old 22 Aug 2007, 11:45 am
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On Aug 19, 9:15 pm, "Zorro_2k" <NONE@jam_on.com> wrote:
> My wifes 92 Accord EX was totaled Thursday in a multi-car rear-end pile-up
> (she's OK). We've been discussing buying a CR-V for some time, and now it
> looks like it will be sooner than later. We found a 2007 Red w/ Grey Leather
> , 4 (four) miles, EX-L for $25.4K at a local dealer today.
>
> I suppose these things are so hot that there wil not be much of a discount.
> What are other peopl;e paying for these around the country ?


Purchase price of vehicle was $24,253 including $595 delivery charge,
a 4.5% savings off
$25,395 sticker price. Final 'out-the-door' coast, with all fees and
taxes, was $26, 279.

I guess I did OK, considering it was the ONLY one of its kind in the
area (others were AWD, or had NAV). It was like tearing out the sales
managers fingernails with pliers to get this price. I'm glad I left
the wife at home for the 'negotiation phase'. The stars in her eyes
would have sabotaged my ability to bargain.

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Old 22 Aug 2007, 01:43 pm
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Nice job. I have the same problem with my wife, I try to be firm but nice.
She's just plain mean.

Both methods work, but not at the same time....

LOL
t

Chief_Billy@hotmail.com wrote:
>> My wifes 92 Accord EX was totaled Thursday in a multi-car rear-end pile-up
>> (she's OK). We've been discussing buying a CR-V for some time, and now it

>[quoted text clipped - 3 lines]
>> I suppose these things are so hot that there wil not be much of a discount.
>> What are other peopl;e paying for these around the country ?

>
>Purchase price of vehicle was $24,253 including $595 delivery charge,
>a 4.5% savings off
>$25,395 sticker price. Final 'out-the-door' coast, with all fees and
>taxes, was $26, 279.
>
>I guess I did OK, considering it was the ONLY one of its kind in the
>area (others were AWD, or had NAV). It was like tearing out the sales
>managers fingernails with pliers to get this price. I'm glad I left
>the wife at home for the 'negotiation phase'. The stars in her eyes
>would have sabotaged my ability to bargain.


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Old 23 Aug 2007, 11:25 am
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On Aug 22, 2:43 pm, "loewent via CarKB.com" <u10197@uwe> wrote:
> Nice job. I have the same problem with my wife, I try to be firm but nice.
> She's just plain mean.
>
> Both methods work, but not at the same time....
>
> LOL
> t
>
>
>
>
>
> Chief_Bi...@hotmail.com wrote:
> >> My wifes 92 Accord EX was totaled Thursday in a multi-car rear-end pile-up
> >> (she's OK). We've been discussing buying a CR-V for some time, and now it

> >[quoted text clipped - 3 lines]
> >> I suppose these things are so hot that there wil not be much of a discount.
> >> What are other peopl;e paying for these around the country ?

>
> >Purchase price of vehicle was $24,253 including $595 delivery charge,
> >a 4.5% savings off
> >$25,395 sticker price. Final 'out-the-door' coast, with all fees and
> >taxes, was $26, 279.

>
> >I guess I did OK, considering it was the ONLY one of its kind in the
> >area (others were AWD, or had NAV). It was like tearing out the sales
> >managers fingernails with pliers to get this price. I'm glad I left
> >the wife at home for the 'negotiation phase'. The stars in her eyes
> >would have sabotaged my ability to bargain.

>



My wife wanted that Tango Red CR-V EX-L so bad, she would have just
grabbed the keys, driven it off the lot, and told the Sales Manager to
send ME the bill. She's had that '07 CR-V glossy pamphlet, with 'her
car' on the cover, on the kitchen table since March. Like: Do you GET
the HINT ?

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