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What is the best price for the 2017 Honda Pilot EX-L RES or NAVI OTR????

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  • Oct 10th, 2017 4:03 pm
Newbie
May 24, 2015
35 posts
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Port Coquitlam, BC
basit87 wrote:
Feb 27th, 2017 4:16 pm
Bought EXL - Res last week
$2900 discount
OTR for $50890
with cargo mats (weather tech)
and trunk lid
returning in existing cr-v lease with very low km's so I am sure they gonna make some money out of it else I haven't seen them giving $2900 discount on pilot..wait time is easy 5-6 months.
$51k will be amazing price IMO.
Hope this helps.

We decided to go with Res vs Navi ..as you got android auto/ apple car play in all models now and honda nav. system is garbage.
with Res you get DVD system and 1,2 screen i don't know if its one or two, 2nd row integrated sun shades, 110 volt outlet and hdmi port. All this is missing in Nav.
MSRP is $51,172.80 on that model right? So you got $2,900.00 off MSRP? Did you pay a documentation fee? Not sure how you got it OTR (including taxes/fees) for $50,890.00 unless I'm comparing a different model?
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Newbie
Jul 19, 2016
38 posts
4 upvotes
TamiyaRacer wrote:
Feb 27th, 2017 4:35 pm
MSRP is $51,172.80 on that model right? So you got $2,900.00 off MSRP? Did you pay a documentation fee? Not sure how you got it OTR (including taxes/fees) for $50,890.00 unless I'm comparing a different model?
I believe the MSRP is $53,737 OTR.
This is for Ontario.... so taxes might differ depending on where you are :)
Newbie
May 24, 2015
35 posts
8 upvotes
Port Coquitlam, BC
sunstar1980 wrote:
Feb 27th, 2017 4:40 pm

I believe the MSRP is $53,737 OTR.
This is for Ontario.... so taxes might differ depending on where you are :)
Not sure what you are saying. MSRP does not equal OTR. $50K + taxes puts you around $56K OTR.
Member
Mar 21, 2013
487 posts
228 upvotes
EDMONTON
Don't get one, they are poorly designed.

Radio issues, no volume knob, poor armrests, weird transmission in high trims, seat belts come out of the roof ('for safety'), mediocre autobraking, ugly styling, $1600 extra just to get towing capability when others offer it standard. And it's the most expensive.

Only thing it's really good at is cargo capacity.

I almost bought one until the manager changed the deal on me, and I am very glad I didn't. It was already exhibiting the radio issue.

As much as this sounds unusual, the new Traverse looks to be much, much better, in almost every way. If we are talking about comparables size-wise.
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Aug 22, 2011
15786 posts
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Ottawa
Blubbs wrote:
Feb 28th, 2017 12:30 am
Don't get one, they are poorly designed.

Radio issues, no volume knob, poor armrests, weird transmission in high trims, seat belts come out of the roof ('for safety'), mediocre autobraking, ugly styling, $1600 extra just to get towing capability when others offer it standard. And it's the most expensive.

Only thing it's really good at is cargo capacity.

I almost bought one until the manager changed the deal on me, and I am very glad I didn't. It was already exhibiting the radio issue.

As much as this sounds unusual, the new Traverse looks to be much, much better, in almost every way. If we are talking about comparables size-wise.
You're comparing this with a Traverse?
I think someone is sour, because a deal went bad? Lol
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Newbie
Jul 19, 2016
38 posts
4 upvotes
Blubbs wrote:
Feb 28th, 2017 12:30 am
Don't get one, they are poorly designed.

Radio issues, no volume knob, poor armrests, weird transmission in high trims, seat belts come out of the roof ('for safety'), mediocre autobraking, ugly styling, $1600 extra just to get towing capability when others offer it standard. And it's the most expensive.

Only thing it's really good at is cargo capacity.

I almost bought one until the manager changed the deal on me, and I am very glad I didn't. It was already exhibiting the radio issue.

As much as this sounds unusual, the new Traverse looks to be much, much better, in almost every way. If we are talking about comparables size-wise.

Thanks for the advice.
However, let's keep this discussion just about how much people paid for this specific vehicle instead of providing reviews on the vehicle. This will help refraining us from swaying away from the main point of this forum.
I'm sure everyone has done their own research on the vehicle by this point, so let's keep this discussion based on post research and about the price paid on it.

Much appreciated.
Newbie
Aug 3, 2010
31 posts
3 upvotes
No...MSRP is $45690
FDi, Frieght, other stuff = $1853
Taxes =13%
total price = $53724
discount of $2900
OTR = $50890

the MSRP of 51,172 is including taxes i think.

I tired to keep numbers easy when negotiating with dealer..asked him his total on the road price (including all taxes and freight and pdi's) and started negotiating from there.

Didn't pay for any documentation fees..lol what documentation fees you are talking about? never heard about it.

and I am talking about 2017 pilot EXL - Res

Lease wear and tear was additional 800 but I declined.
Jr. Member
Jan 2, 2011
144 posts
25 upvotes
Hi guys im in the market for the same vehicle.

2017 Honda Pilot EX-L RES

Im in the GTA and would like to know what some of you have received recently. Not in a hurry so I can wait for a good deal!
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Newbie
Jul 19, 2016
38 posts
4 upvotes
learsid wrote:
May 9th, 2017 1:00 am
Hi guys im in the market for the same vehicle.

2017 Honda Pilot EX-L RES

Im in the GTA and would like to know what some of you have received recently. Not in a hurry so I can wait for a good deal!
I believe the best prices around the GTA would be about $52K OTR for this model.
Pilots do not have any cash incentives from manufacturers due to high demand, hence the dealer hardly gives any discounts.
Sr. Member
May 10, 2006
881 posts
293 upvotes
Toronto
Resurrecting this post. :) I am shopping for a 2017 Honda Pilot EX-L RES. What's the best OTR deal nowadays?
Mobile: $40 - Telus Student 50 Plan MTM ($10 BYOD) - 500 mins anytime, eve/wknds @ 5PM, 5GB data, unl text, FAV10, CID and VM25
Cable/Internet: $104+tax - VIP, Gigabit, PVR, HD Box
Home Phone: $0 - Obi200/FPL with Google Voice (free call Can/US)
Member
Oct 20, 2010
318 posts
41 upvotes
I have been quoted 57.5k OTR for a 2017 Pilot Touring. Trying somewhere else to see if I can get anything cheaper. This is before throwing my trade in.
Sr. Member
May 10, 2006
881 posts
293 upvotes
Toronto
bugsbunny01 wrote:
Jul 29th, 2017 8:51 am
I have been quoted 57.5k OTR for a 2017 Pilot Touring. Trying somewhere else to see if I can get anything cheaper. This is before throwing my trade in.
How much is the discount? Which Honda dealer?
Mobile: $40 - Telus Student 50 Plan MTM ($10 BYOD) - 500 mins anytime, eve/wknds @ 5PM, 5GB data, unl text, FAV10, CID and VM25
Cable/Internet: $104+tax - VIP, Gigabit, PVR, HD Box
Home Phone: $0 - Obi200/FPL with Google Voice (free call Can/US)
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Jan 15, 2013
1444 posts
466 upvotes
Ottawa
bugsbunny01 wrote:
Jul 29th, 2017 3:33 pm
Classic honda.
What do you mean?
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Member
Oct 20, 2010
318 posts
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he asked what dealer, and i said Classic Honda.
and msrp is $60.2k, invoice price plus all aplicable fees is just over 55k. the best price i got is 57.5k, so far. Waiting on another dealers response to see if they beat Classic Honda

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