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Old 04-21-2018, 09:26 AM
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2018 Fit EX Pricing

Got a deal put together for a Fit EX yellow 18200 and 20K OTD. Seems good to me especially w .9 financing. But does it sound good to you?
 
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Old 04-21-2018, 09:32 AM
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we got our grey EX via costco here in california for $18,023 ($1300 under invoice) + tax/etc = $20,433 otd
 
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if it makes sense to you, sounds like a good deal
 
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Old 04-21-2018, 02:19 PM
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Automatic? Seems like the ballpark.

For my black 18' EX in manual the car itself before fees and taxes was 17k.

OTD was $19.1k then got the extended bumper to bumper warranty for 7yr/80k for an extra 1k so $20.1k OTD with NY 8.3% tax and .9 financing.
 
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Yep thatís for w a CVT
 
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And that .9 deal is sweetness
 
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Old 04-22-2018, 01:03 AM
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Originally Posted by WyldeFit View Post
Got a deal put together for a Fit EX yellow 18200 and 20K OTD. Seems good to me especially w .9 financing. But does it sound good to you?
Have you shopped around or did you just go to one dealership?

https://www.fitfreak.net/forums/3rd-...good-deal.html
 
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Old 04-22-2018, 09:27 AM
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I would use some of the online auto websites for "what you should pay" in your area. Supply and demand is different in different part of the country. Use that number plus tax and licence and no more. Dealers make more money on the add on than just selling the car. Do your shopping by email. I did my homework and got my 2017 LX CVT out the door for $18K cash, very happy with that at the time. If you like to shop from dealer to dealer teasing the sales and manager, that's fine too.
 

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Where are you finding manual transmission Fit EXs? I havenít seen one since I bought mine three years ago.
 
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Old 04-22-2018, 10:31 AM
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I would use some of the online auto websites for "what you should pay" in your area. Supply and demand is different in different part of the country. Use that number plus tax and licence and no more. Dealers make more money on the add on than just selling the car. Do your shopping by email. I did my homework and got my 2017 LX CVT out the door for $18K cash, very happy with that at the time. If you like to shop from dealer to dealer teasing the sales and manager, that's fine too.
It matters how your treated too. I went to one dealer who said they had the car I wanted. Set up an appointment to talk. Car wasnít there. Salesman wasnít there. Manager tried to say I was there at the wrong time. Made me wait then came back w a high offer. So I bolted. They didnít even bother to get back to me.
 
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Old 04-23-2018, 01:16 AM
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Where are you finding manual transmission Fit EXs? I havenít seen one since I bought mine three years ago.
While looking for my sport manual, Iíve seen ex manuals, but Iím here in the bay area California where there are plenty of dealerships within an hour of me. But most of the manuals Iíve noticed are the sports now. Whereas 2-3 years ago a lot of manuals could be found in ex out here.
 
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Old 04-23-2018, 02:34 PM
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Originally Posted by WyldeFit View Post
Got a deal put together for a Fit EX yellow 18200 and 20K OTD. Seems good to me especially w .9 financing. But does it sound good to you?
i got a 18 sport for 17k.then put 4k down. hope this helps
 
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Was able to squeeze another hundred off the OTD price by playing the Internet game. The original dealer refused to beat so I bounced. Brought Bumblebee home last night
 
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Got my 2018 EX with MT in the SF Bay Area for $17688 before taxes, fees, and accessories...
 
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yah it’s not selling very well. now is a good time to haggle fosho.
 
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If anyone's looking for something to read these are the US and Canadian Fit sales numbers up to end April 2018:


Honda Fit Sales Figures | GCBC
 
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Originally Posted by WyldeFit View Post
Got a deal put together for a Fit EX yellow 18200 and 20K OTD. Seems good to me especially w .9 financing. But does it sound good to you?

i was able able to get my 2018 EX for $16,599, but only because the dealership was matching the price I had gotten from another dealership
 
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Got a deal put together for a Fit EX yellow 18200 and 20K OTD. Seems good to me especially w .9 financing. But does it sound good to you?
I got my 18 sport CVT for 18500 before fees/taxes with 0.9 % financing. Not very good with haggling, but they honored Truecar price.
 
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Old 06-06-2018, 02:35 PM
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i was able able to get my 2018 EX for $16,599, but only because the dealership was matching the price I had gotten from another dealership
Wish I had gotten your price. Picked one up this past Sunday for $17,500 in the Bay Area. Had the BS $395 door and wheel bumper trim, they threw in all weather mats and the cargo cover.
 
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