2010 Odyssey Finance

Asked by Feb 05, 2014 at 12:14 PM about the 2010 Honda Odyssey EX-L

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I bought 2010 Odyssey on 72 month finance from Honda Dealer for 338/month. Total cost
of van got me upto $30k and it has 72KM with EX-L w/o DVD. Please inform if I got a good
deal?

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okay...something like this is a subjective value judgement...If you really LOVE The car, that is what is important here~....of course I paid Way TOO MUCH for my MINI....at least 3000 over the "average market value" but screw those guys...I love the car...I drive the car...and nothin' else matters~

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If you think you got a good deal, then you did. The seller has to make money too.

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Has anyone ever "NEEDED" a DVD....I posit that you will NEVER use this while driving~....we never had those before....silly to even think about these now....if you've got antsy-pants passengers who want to spend their entire life lookin' at computer displays...tell them to open their eyes to view the world...not in an artificial display~

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man I love it. It is an amazing Van. I already kept two choices while looking for a mini van either Sienna or Odyssey. Personally I rate both same as both are well reliable manufacturers. Thanks for you answers guyz! But I would like to have more technical and experienced answer from someone who is expert in auto/dealership world.

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I see you posted your mileage at 72KM, where are you located at? I'm only familiar with prices in the US.

I'm in Toronto, CANADA

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operator couldn't possibly have children, which begs me to ask why in the world would you buy a minivan? I bought a 2008 Odyssey preowned in 2011 for 24k on a 72 month lease. EX-L with DVD and the DVD has been a great thing for my 2 year old who wants to watch Nemo 3 billion times. I don't know how many miles I have off the top of my head, but I would say you did get a good deal.

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Yesterday I received all the paper work in mail from the dealership and it states that the actual price of the vehicle got me is $ 27,843.50 (not $30K). Its an open loan so I can pay it out quicker if I want. Which I would love to do as it is really annoying to pay every month for yearsss rather pay it out and get rid of it quicker. But since I didn't have that much cash on me so I decided to go for a monthly payments. Never did before but had no choice. Not really a good experience with American van (2002 Caravan).

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Before I can give an opinion, need some clarrification on the vehicle & finance. 1) Is that a new vehicle? (Not sold before) 2) 72KM is like 72 Kilometers or 72,000 Miles? 3) What is interest rate? Even with 0% interest rate, the payment comes out to $386/month. Unless you are making a down payment, you will not get $338/month.

So I put $2,500 down plus he traded-in my 2002 Dodge Caravan(with transmission gone) for a $1,000. So basically it took $3,500 off of the price of the van and I will be paying $24,343.00 and that is why my monthly payments are $338. 72KM means 72,000KM. 0.00% Interest Rate.

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I can say you got a decent/fair deal from the dealer for the vehicle. The price paid looks to be slightly more, but since you got the finance with 0% interest rate, you should be satisfied with the purchase. Congratulations and welcome to the Odyssey family!

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