I'm still laughing after reading that.80honda said:Just think of the poor sucker that pays that. Then down the road when they try to resale. I remember when the S2000 first came out. Talk about dealer gorging. I saw one on a dealership floor for $49,000. I just laughed.
Kanji, I suggest you make the drive to Northern CA. I know a couple of dealerships up here that will sell at MSRP. PM me if you are interested, I can give you their names and numbers.kanji said:So stil doing the waiting game and trying to sell my current car.
thanx bongus, i still would like to sell my current car first and check with the dealers in L.A. If nothing else, i may take your offer and head north.bongus said:Kanji, I suggest you make the drive to Northern CA. I know a couple of dealerships up here that will sell at MSRP. PM me if you are interested, I can give you their names and numbers.
Also let me know where i can get one below MSRP if you don't mind, i may have to just head down. Thanx for the heads up.mkmatsuman said:Hey Kanji,
I was just at a dealership here in Ventura County and they wanted MSRP, I turned that one down, since I can get one below MSRP... the deals are out there, you just have to be patient
i guess dealer's ad's that says one at this price is a way to get people to come in. I have witnessed a friend trying to buy a vehicle after seing an ad stating one at this price. then to ask where is the vehicle at the price of the ad I'm ready to buy at that price. Well, what do you know, it has been sold already.Blue said:I do not know what to beleive anymore. There are people posting at Edmunds they got invoice price. Dealer here also advertise invoice price (one at this price, Stevens Creek Honda) . Perhaps the ones with windshield noise is selling at invoice?
Personally, I think the RL is a great truck and anyone who can buy at invoice is really lucky. I was the early MSRP owner.