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

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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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Tom Demyan

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.

Tom Demyan

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


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).


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.


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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