The dealer wanted MSRP on everything. Tried to get them down but they wouldn't budge. I purchased my extras from Trevor at H and A Accessories. Discounted prices and very easy to work with. I highly recommend them to anyone! I purchased wheel locks, cargo tray, door edge guards, splash guards, and touch up paint for the Ody. Also just purchased a '02 Accord and plan on ordering several additional items from Trevor.
No accessories, didn't even bother asking-but I did get it for -$400 MSRp to help out with the shipping costs (bought mine from out of state).
'02 RRP EX NAV
Mudguards,cargo tray,Weathertech mats, Bug deflector, lampguards, gold emblems, 17" TSW Spirit wheels with 235/55 Dunlop Sport A2 tires (Some installed, some in the garage, some on the way!)
GOD BLESS AMERICA!!
I got free wheel locks, but only because when I put the deposit down, I made sure the salesman knew I wanted nothing added, not even locks. When the van came in, the dealer preps the vehicles in a standard way, including putting on wheel locks. The salesman acknowledged that he promised me no wheel locks and therefore agreed to pay for it himself out of his own commission. I did pay for them on the contract, but he later wrote me a personal check for reimbursement. That was nice. Feel bad for him (not really) since they charged $99 for them when you can easily get them for like $30. Oh well, easy commission for him since it was sold at full MSRP.
Whoo hooo! I am now a Member instead of Junior Member!
[This message has been edited by vquan (edited 10-31-2001).]
I bought ny RRP EX through a credit union auto service at MSRP. The dealer they used provided pinstriping, fenderwell trim, mudguards, and interior/exterior protection package included in the price.
By buying in my home county, I saved more than others buying outside of Atlanta due to difference in sales taz even though they paid up to $-500 off of MSRP so I was satisfied.
I did buy crossbars and wheel locks through H&A.
Paid MSRP for our 02 GG EX-L, and asked for the cargo tray to be included. The dealer said they do not stock any accessories for the van since they only sell about 10 Ody's per year (very small dealer in Northern CA). Will be ordering my accessories from H and A. Still feel lucky to get the van for MSRP.
Dealer's standard policy is (was?) MSRP includes free cargo tray, mud guards and 1 free oil change. Dealer is Elliott Demick In Michigan City, IN. My LX also had the Michelin Symmetry tires included free to me, supposedly swapped at the cost of another buyer that backed out of the deal. This was 1 year ago, don't know about today. I also got a hair above bluebook wholesale on my trade there, which was more than Carmax and local dealers offered, and with the tax savings, almost what I could have sold it for on my own.
[This message has been edited by caviller (edited 11-01-2001).]