Anyone else finding any specials in their areas. This is what I have found so far near me. Another dealer has Ridgelines listed about $2k under MSRP.
Central Ohio. These "specials" just appeared today. I didn't see any of these yesterday when I looked. You might check back with some local dealers around you. Plenty of RL's sitting on the lots here.Wow - where are you? We just put a deposit down on an incoming RTL, and got approved for the 2.9% they’re running until January 3rd. Wondering if the 0% will be a possibility. Ours should be in sometime soon.
We did get $1500 below MSRP, though, and dealer cost on a bunch of accessories. So we’re fairly happy.
Yeah, I’m in Michigan, but buying in Wisconsin, and all I’ve seen is 1.9% for a new 2022, or 2.9% for a 2023, good until January 3rd. I got all excited about the OP’s 0% for 60 months ad, but I already pinged our dealer and he hasn’t seen that. Actually said “fake news”. So it must be regional, or by state…..or something else. 🤷♀️
I have noticed that almost every user indicates they are getting new Ridgelines for $1K to $4K under MSRP, but I can't seem to get the dealers in the middle Tennessee area to give me a price that is not only at MSRP, but then add about $5K or $6K over that after their "add ons". I am trying to buy a 2023 RTL-E but the prices they are quoting are $53K to $54K out the door (including TT&L).I was getting my RL serviced today and walked around the well stocked lot while waiting. Every vehicle had a “$6,000 protection package” tacked on to MSRP. Probably why they had so many.
I bought mine from the same dealer (Honda of Murfreesboro) back in March and paid $45,474 which is not a great deal, but for the time decent. Plus T&L of course. I had a friend that worked there at the time so I got a slightly better price.I have noticed that almost every user indicates they are getting new Ridgelines for $1K to $4K under MSRP, but I can't seem to get the dealers in the middle Tennessee area to give me a price that is not only at MSRP, but then add about $5K or $6K over that after their "add ons". I am trying to buy a 2023 RTL-E but the prices they are quoting are $53K to $54K out the door (including TT&L).
Do you mind if I ask which dealer you got yours from and how much you finally paid (and how you were able to negotiate the price to something that is within reason)?
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Photo used for illustration purposes only. 0% APR up to 60 months based on all new and unregistered in-stock 2022 Pilot, 2022 Passport, 2022 & 2023 Ridgeline. With approved credit by HFS, must finance 80% or less of MSRP and additional money down may be required to offset negative equity. No other offers apply. Expires Jan 2, 2023.
This is a lot like the family members I have who like to gamble. Quick to tell you the story of the big hand or jackpot they won, but neglect to tell you what the difference was between what they left with and what they started with.That could be because only the rare few that got good deals are willing to share what they paid. The vast majority who are paying above MSRP may be choosing to remain silent. People like to brag about how little they paid, but are less inclined to share their deals the worse they are.