<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Ody-ranger:
I'm desperately looking to get me a TW EXL-RES before X-mas. Any feed back will be apprecited.
You'd need to break it out, compare it to MSRP. If it were I, I'd want to know what a "dealer fee" was. You can check MSRP for the car and the add-ons at the <a href="http://www.honda2001.com/models/odyssey/customize.html">Honda website</a>. I think an EXL-RES is US$30,190.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Ody-ranger:
After calling sveral places I found a dealer 10 minutes from where I leave. Here's the deal
2002 SS EXL-RES $33,268.40 (taxes and dealer fees included) will get it in 8 days.
Is that a good deal?
So that sounds like $1,000 over MSRP. It is up to you if it is a good deal.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Ody-ranger:
This guy (Sales Person) had told me that the Van was in high demand and said that someone had just cancelled their order on it. He told me that they were going for about $32,190.00 before taxes and fees. I got him to go down to $31.190.00
So basically I'm getting the van as a last minute request. Is this a good or bad deal? </font>
Has anyone had any success with priceline and the Odyssey with a good chunk under MSRP?<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Gettin'AVan:
You're looking for a specific model in a specific color below MSRP in 10 days?
Try Santa and hope you've been good this year.
(Then try Priceline and be very flexible as to which counties you'll travel to.)</font>