Its better to quote your price before adding tax, because each state taxes at a different rate. Just give us the selling price of the vehicle including destination, but not including registration, document fees, tax.boynamedgoober said:I just got a price for a satin silver 2005, Auto, Non-Navi w/rear spoiler, mudguards, trunk tray, wheel locks for $30,000 OTD. Is that a good price? Any comments?
I don't think that's a bad deal ($1000 off right?). But I think you could do a little bit better, maybe a few hundred more...but then again maybe not. I think you got a fine deal.boynamedgoober said:sorry guys.....it came out to $28451 before taxes, license, and all that good stuff
We are paying $26,750 for our automatic, non-nav TSX, and we feel lucky to have gotten the car for that price. The only reason we did is because the salesmraasch said:So, a 2005 TSX, 6 speed non-navi "should" be had for between $26k and $26.5. does that sound about right?
That may be true for your area, however I'm sure that not ALL TSXs are sold out across the country. In some areas, possibly even in your same state, they are giving decent discounts.vger105 said:We are paying $26,750 for our automatic, non-nav TSX, and we feel lucky to have gotten the car for that price. The only reason we did is because the sales
rep's son student teaches in my wife's school. Otherwise, everybody is paying MSRP for the TSX. Why? The dealer's entire TSX inventory for November and December is sold out, and there's a waiting list for the car. To anyone who doesn't like the dealer's price, they can say "Sorry you don't like our price. Next in line please."
I think you're right. In following posts from all over the country regarding prices,pocketkiller said:That may be true for your area, however I'm sure that not ALL TSXs are sold out across the country. In some areas, possibly even in your same state, they are giving decent discounts.
It's never a bad thing to get $1200 off. I think your deal is not bad at all. Of course everyone could always do a little better, but considering the timing and conditions, you should be happy.seth995 said:I paid 28,360 for my red 6m with navi this past saturday and pretty much every tsx coming off the trucks are sold in the 5 state area around Maryland. Dealer sets the price cause they can right now