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@ Tnerbdid you use costco program to buy pilot (since dealer is not going down from MSRP due to very low supply)? I tried many dealers they are not going below MSRP. Now I decided to use costco program, if it can low MSRP for Pilot.
Do your own negotiating. I used the costco auto program to set up two dealer visits in search of a mid size sedan with an MSRP of $26,100. The first dealer gave me a $1,200 discount off the MSRP, which I thought was a joke. The second dealer gave me a $2,600 discount off the MSRP, which I thought was OK.Then, I went to a third dealer on my own (not in the costco auto program) for the same car/same options. I did let the salesman know that I had been shopping though the costco program and their first offer was very close to the $2,600 off. After about 90 minutes of back and forth negotiations, I bought the car at $5,000 off the MSRP. And, they added 5 years of free oil changes.Do your homework and play their game. They really, really want you to buy their car. Use their motivation against them and to your advantage. And, let them know you are willing to go to another dealer to see their offer.
I found jout real quick this program stink!!! The dealer 2 days before offered me a $2000 factory discount and a $1400 dealership discount for total of $3400 including destination charges. Went to a diifferent location of the same dealership in the area with costco the sales person laughed at me and told me they would give me $1000 off or if I wanted their dealership discount it would be $34000 plus 5 year road side warranty and a $1700 warrenty extension to bring the total to a 5 year bumper to bumper and 100000 7 year drive train warranty. Costo needs to reevaluate the program
Update (see post #17). After being contacted by several more sales people at the same dealership and to know avail, the final sales rep. was forthcoming with all of the information that I requested (i.e., money factor, depreciation, etc..) documented in an email. No sales pitches or surprise add-on fees. We negotiated a price and completed the transaction, which was for leasing a Mazda CX-5. The deal was very good, however, with some persaverence, as similar deal could be had at a nonparticipating dealership. I do think the costco program saved me a little time on negotiating, though.
maybe it pays off to coment online within hours of commenting about no rebate check the dealer phoned and asked us to pick it up. As for the deal we got we made the best deal first when we were doing the paper work the finance staff asked if we were eligable for the costco rebate and trust me it was the best deal around
Same with costco. its a sale tactic that gets you into buying the car, and where the sales people can try and get more money out of you by haggling/financing, etc. The NUMBER ONE best way to buy a car is to get 2-3 dealerships of some type fighting each other over the price. Get price from number 1, tell number 2 that number 1 offered this, number 2 will offer that, etc. You will have them calling you at home to try and undercut the other. 041b061a72