Wow - excellent deal! Enjoy your new ride. I love the misty green.I should've included I also had a $500 rebate from the recent grad program with approved .9% APR. So Knocking my total to be $20,323 for the Lx and a monthly of $~200 for 24 months.
Really think I got a great deal Especially in the bay area!
Take the current deal. If you’re willing to pay that and that’s the car you want, close it. While there is not high demand for the 6 speed manual, there aren’t that many available, either. The dealer will find a buyer for that unusual and well equipped HRV and you’ll go and try to find another one and pay more if you do. If it weren’t MT, I’d say you might help yourself taking any 17 model off the dealer’s hands and push for a price you like better. But once you find out that a 6 speed manual might be quite harder to find, you’ll know you pushed too hard for this one if you continue to counter offer.Hey guys,
Thinking about hopping aboard. I a viewing a new '17 EX 6 speed manual, FWD for $18,900 + tax (socal). Should be around $20,800 OTD. MSRP: 22,465
With that said, it's Q2 2018, should I be pushing for a better deal?
Also ask what that price includes. Does it include delivery fees, tax & title? Some dealers will slip in extras and then charge you for rubber floor mats, cargo tray, mud flaps, cargo cover, etc. accessories that you might not particularly want or can buy much less expensively elsewhere- all of which are easy to "install" yourself.You can confirm if you got a good quote by going to KBB, Edmunds, TrueCar and putting in your zip, trim levels, etc.
You can confirm if you got a good quote by going to KBB, Edmunds, TrueCar and putting in your zip, trim levels, etc.
When looking at prices in my area the EX AWD is about 23,400. I know the dealer where I received the quote for 22,600 has a $399 doc fee because it is in NJ. If I went to the dealer next to my house the doc fee is limited to $75 because it is a NYS law. So if I went into my local dealer I would aim for 23,000.Also ask what that price includes. Does it include delivery fees, tax & title? Some dealers will slip in extras and then charge you for rubber floor mats, cargo tray, mud flaps, cargo cover, etc. accessories that you might not particularly want or can buy much less expensively elsewhere- all of which are easy to "install" yourself.
You need a paint sealant and polish:Thanks guys, I feel better now and ready to leave that experience in the rear view. Happy to have found this forum, already picking up lots of tips to keep it looking new for the next 17 or so years. (Both my Accord and replacement Civic lived to 17+ so why not, right?) Got my Poorboy's Natural Look and Meguiars Perfect Clarity on order to start my new detailing hobby. : - )
I saw that in your info and looked at it, was thinking it was above my experience level. I'll read up and see if I have questions and maybe give it a shot when the weather gets a tad warmer, thanks!You need a paint sealant and polish:
One of The latest tech combos, with ease of application, is carpro essence extreme gloss enhancer and Carpro reload. Read about them on the autogeek store. Pm me if you need help.
Good to know. I freely admit that I'm excellent at seeking mechanical maintenance but a slacker at detailing. Plan to start off right with this one.Compared to my others cars over the years, the HRV has an excellent paint/finish. Polish jobs in Spring and Fall.