Sorry that my decision to purchase the vehicle and obtaining the best deal I am able to negotiate, including a zero interest financing option that is due to expire may somehow compromise the ability you and others to get a deal in the future, as implied. I choose to look to this forum as a resource for owners, your profile say you are no longer a Honda owner.^ This is why we can't good deals.
Double check your math, those numbers are way too high for interest charges.I tend to agree, I think the zero interest will be extended. I choose to not chance it as I had planned to buy in the next (4) months anyway.
Zero cost financing for 36 mo. is a whole lot better than 0.9% for 48 mo. and 1.9% for 60 months and $ 1950 or $5100 in interest charges, respectively.
I'm starting a campaign. If you haven't already, suggesting ventilated seats can be done here: https://crrs.secure.force.com/service/hondaw2cStill no Canada features in the US. Disappointed. Why Honda continues to deprive the top of the line model of features they have already developed is incomprehensible to me. I’d pay whatever the extra asking price was to have ventilated seats, rear heated seats, and power folding mirrors on my Black Edition.
Oh I think they'll sell anyone a truck; if the have one. Inventory up here is tighter. It's when you want to cross the border with it and plate in the USA you'll find people not returning your calls.I have seen some others ask that question here on the forum, and the answer was that Canadian dealers are refusing (not allowed to by Honda?) sell Canadian Hondas to American customers; someone else also mentioned warranty issues, trying to get warranty work done on a Canadian Honda by a U.S. dealer (don't know if that's true, or not...)
Multiple Canada dealers have refused to sell me a truck. They are under strict orders by Honda not to sell cross-market and can lose their dealership license.Oh I think they'll sell anyone a truck; if the have one. Inventory up here is tighter. It's when you want to cross the border with it and plate in the USA you'll find people not returning your calls.
New only. And if you could get someone with an address there to let you buy using their address that would likely work, but the minute you’re using a U.S. license or they get a hint you’re a U.S. buyer, it’s not happening. Honda has had numerous complaints from U.S. dealers about this and they made it clear they do not want it happening. I spoke at length with the sales manager at a dealer in Canada about this. Believe me, I’ve tried.Is this the case with new cars, only? SURELY I could go to Canada, and buy a used car from someone, correct?