How much over MSRP are you guys paying for? I had one asking me $3800, other $2000 and I found one that only charge me $500 over with no accessories of course. I end up getting some goodies on the end since it took me 6 weeks to get the car. I'm very happy:2:
Luckily I got mine at MSRP ... I think I wore the salesman and manager down ... Was there from 3 in the afternoon till midnight ... Anyone in Hawaii looking for a similar deal I can reference you to my salesman ...
Is Pflueger still around? They were there back in the 70's and 80's when I lived there.
Oh the funny thing about the accessories, is that we took the accessory prices of the least expensive dealer (the second dealership we checked) to the one we finally chose. (the first dealership) And they honored those prices. Saving us about $500.
We didn't do that on purpose. Since we were trying to get the best deal from 3 dealerships, the paperwork got mixed up. We realized what happened as our salesman walked off with the cheaper price list, My wife whispered to me about the mix up. We just kind of smiled and waited to see what would happen. Sure enough after about 10 minutes, he came back and congratulated us and honored the new prices.
Pflueger is expensive but they are willing to work with you and their markups are only cosmetic. JN Chevrolet has a $10,000 markup on the trailblazer ... I told the salesman he was high on crack and walked a way ... My salesman at Pflueger is a weekend motorcycle riding buddy so of course he cut me a deal ... If you know anyone who wants a PILOT he'd work a similar deal like the one he gave me ...
I went to Pfluger today and spoke with a friend of mine too that works there as a salesman and he said that $1000 would be the lowest price out. $500 was impossible. I'm very happy with Tony Honda and their new facility. Their accessories were also a lot cheaper comparing with Pfluger. Thanks any way for the offer. I saw the new Honda Accord today too. Very nice!
They used to be called Pflueger Lincoln Mercury back when I lived there.
It's nice to see a local business survive all those years. I was back home (Oahu) a few months ago and everything has changed. I guess you can never really go home. At least I can remember the way home was.