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Invoice is about $600 under MSRP. According to truecar. I should aiming for $50 under the MSRP. It's probably too early to get a price trend.
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Invoice is about $600 under MSRP. According to truecar. I should aiming for $50 under the MSRP. It's probably too early to get a price trend.
It is a bit early, but don't hang your hat on Truecar estimates. Or if you do, make sure you focus on the far left of the bell curve!
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I paid MSRP here in Ohio. I spoke with several dealers and none were dealing below it. I did however feel that I got a good price on my trade in (after a little back and forth), so that took the sting out a little. Seeing the amount of traffic at the dealerships for the HR-V for myself, I'm not at all surprised that they are not willing to deal. It was amazing the amount of people test driving them just while I was there.
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I paid MSRP here in Ohio. I spoke with several dealers and none were dealing below it. I did however feel that I got a good price on my trade in (after a little back and forth), so that took the sting out a little. Seeing the amount of traffic at the dealerships for the HR-V for myself, I'm not at all surprised that they are not willing to deal. It was amazing the amount of people test driving them just while I was there.
I saw the same trend at my dealer in the Chicago area. They got 10 in on Friday and when I stopped after work they were down to five, and three of those were being looked at/test driven.

Congrats on your purchase! My wife and I are still a couple months out before we will be looking to buy, so maybe by then I'll be able to deal a little bit.
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Portland Maine dealer has several ... MSRP + $599 Documentation Fee + $399 Theft Protection.

Theft Protection seems to be working, as no one appears to have "stolen" one at anywhere near invoice
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I saw the same trend at my dealer in the Chicago area. They got 10 in on Friday and when I stopped after work they were down to five, and three of those were being looked at/test driven.

Congrats on your purchase! My wife and I are still a couple months out before we will be looking to buy, so maybe by then I'll be able to deal a little bit.
Randy49, I'm in Chicago, which dealer has them on the lot? I'd love to go see.
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I contact 6-7 dealer over the past week, for quotes. No one is moving from MSRP, (simply because the car is selling fine as is). I steer clear of the $200 prep fees, or $500 high doc fee. To my luck I found a dealer with the color and trim I want, quoted me $490 under MSRP, almost at invoice for an AWD LX, (still asked a $230 doc fee) Can't really complain. Signed papers, picking her up tomo.
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Portland Maine dealer has several ... MSRP + $599 Documentation Fee + $399 Theft Protection.

Theft Protection seems to be working, as no one appears to have "stolen" one at anywhere near invoice
Theft protection? So the dealer pays you $399.00 to prevent you from feeling like you've been robbed? what an interesting concept!
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In Chicago--Grossinger on N. Western Ave has 5 or 6. Valley Honda in North Aurora had 6 on Saturday. Both were at MSRP. McGrath in St. Charles had several - $3000 above MSRP plus doc fee and dealer prep. Left that dealership and test drove one at Valley Honda.
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Randy49, I'm in Chicago, which dealer has them on the lot? I'd love to go see.
I went to Continental Honda in Countryside. Ask for Rich if you can, he was super helpful and extremely pleasant to work with.

We went Friday, so be sure to call before stopping by; no guarantee they still have any.
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