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|12-30-2015 05:38 PM|
to compare apples to apples.
Sedona SXL - truecar 35k
Ody Touring Elite - Truecar 40k.
Sedona EX- 25k
Ody LX - 25.5k
Sedona L - 23k
|12-30-2015 05:25 PM|
|12-30-2015 05:05 PM|
|12-30-2015 08:33 AM|
i was getting 25,595$ for a 2016 Honda Odyssey. and im pretty sure most people will take the odyssey over the sedona in a heart beat.
car choice aside, truecar in my area was pricing the Sedona @ $25,196 in southern california
|12-29-2015 02:17 PM|
|rohandm||is 28600 for a 2016 Kia Sedona EX (no addons) a good price before taxes and fees?|
|12-28-2015 04:46 PM|
|12-28-2015 09:27 AM|
|12-28-2015 07:24 AM|
|long_time_lurke||I was able to score a 2016 Elantra with a msrp of $19555 for $15155 on truecar. legit deal.|
|12-27-2015 10:09 PM|
|thelama||Don't forget to try pricing through Costco auto buying program. Saved me over $3k vs Truecar on a new Acura with same specs. I still got them to come off $500 more than the Costco price. YMMV and may be different among brands/dealers/areas of the country. But Costco is a great comparison/negotiation tool|
|12-22-2015 09:15 AM|
|12-21-2015 05:54 PM|
|hellis001||Trying to buy 2016 honda pilot lx-awd,so the best offer i got is 28,991,truecar says factory invoice is 28 608,not sure if this the best price,need to buy car in 2 weeks.|
|12-21-2015 11:26 AM|
|Kane1124||Would you guys modify this process in any way for shopping for a lease or is it basically the same process??|
|10-31-2015 03:26 PM|
Thanks a lot vyahoo and all the users who has spent selfless effort to put together these great car buying tips. I followed vyahoo's suggestion to purchase 2016 Mazda CX 5 with i-Activesensing and Technology package, Mazda mobile start, and all weather mats. For this car including these options MSRP comes out to be $34,240. From TrueCar I got the following dollar values:
Average Paid: $33,520
Factory Invoice: $33,321
TRUECar Estimate: $32,871
Good Price: Less than $34,226
Great Price:Less than $33,352
Exceptional Price: Less than $32,126
I started vyahoo's step on Sunday and by Thursday I made this purchase. For this car with all these options I paid $30,975 with 1.45% APR on 60 months loan. Only thing is I couldn't get the nearby dealers to match this offer so I drove 101 miles to get this car. But 101 miles drive for this car at this offer is nothing. I would suggest anyone in OH to check this dealer (Chuck Nicholson, Dover OH) and specifically the sales manager Ted Mast if you are looking to Mazda or GMC. I was in and out the dealership in less than 45 min and they did not even ask about any carp like additional warranty or anything. These guys are great. Ted never called my phone and we only chatted via email.
Thanks again guys for all the help.
|10-13-2015 10:14 PM|
I would add that sometimes you can get a $500 military/veteran etc discount added even if its not an advertised perk at the moment. We got this last year at Hyundai and the guy mentioned they can sometimes push them through regardless of date.
Also, have every single important word anyone says written down and signed - we randomly went to look one day at the start of our search and the nice but typically overeager kid said the usual "what will it take" - we said Car X in color Y (impossible to get for some strange reason) and we want it new at XXX (about 4k under, 1500 under any other quote.) 10 mins later he says "done" - we took a card and said call us if you get one, but didn't think he would be able to do it.
2 days later he calls and says he found one. Emailed the paperwork and it said $500 more- he swore up and down that was the # I said (it was an even # so 100% sure) We went back and forth and even did one last search for our color - only one available was a used one 4 hours away that was more than the new lol. That $500 was wiped out due to our military discount but I was still annoyed. It was a stressful shopping around (after an accident with a guy that sped away and we had a rental) and still the best price by far for an impossible color so we bit.
Great purchase and we are happy with it but I still think about that $500...
|09-14-2015 06:05 AM|
If you have a local dealer, go to them last and ask if they'll just match the best price and convey the desire to stay local. If yes, go with them. If no, go with your best price. They should be fine with it, as all the work is done and they simply have to locate the car (easy) and prep some papers (also easy).
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