CTR at (or below?!!) sticker NICE LIST!

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Hey all, just picked up a 2020 CBP today $290 over the MSRP. There are couple CW and CBP Type R in Jersey selling at MSRP. I'm ok with the $290 BS ADM, since I don't have to drive all the way up to Jersey. Tyson Honda is asking 5k over MSRP for the 2020 RR.
what dealer in Jersey had CW for MSRP?



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Hey all, just picked up a 2020 CBP today $290 over the MSRP. There are couple CW and CBP Type R in Jersey selling at MSRP. I'm ok with the $290 BS ADM, since I don't have to drive all the way up to Jersey. Tyson Honda is asking 5k over MSRP for the 2020 RR.
Nice deal! What part of Va are you in?
 

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It's almost impossible to find a CTR for MSRP. The boost blue is selling higher than the other colors.
No its not....there is MSRP out there. For boost blue no unfortunately
 
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I've been looking and calling dealers around 25-30 miles around my home and all of the are selling above the sticker price. I would have better luck finding a used one in the low 30k.
 

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Where are you from?
 

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I didnt think people would be able to get the boost blue for msrp but reading on here there have been fortunate buyers.
 

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I've been looking and calling dealers around 25-30 miles around my home and all of the are selling above the sticker price. I would have better luck finding a used one in the low 30k.
I just signed the paper work for an out of state purchase on a 2020 boost blue type r.

If you are looking in California, the mark up is absurd. On the boost blue it is absurdly ridiculous (up to 52K before taxes and fees). I got an out of door price on a 2020 boost blue for 42-43K out of state. I reached out to a few Cali dealerships who were sitting on a boost blue to see if they would match it....They did not.

One place had the nerve to call me a few days later for a follow up. The sales person asked if I was still looking. I informed him that I went with an out of state purchase. I then said he would have had a quick sale paid in full (cashiers check/wired money) on the spot. His replied to that was that California is an unique market which demands a higher price. This is an all too common phase I heard from many Cali dealerships. It is only unique when you find someone willing to pay 47-52K.
 

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I just signed the paper work for an out of state purchase on a 2020 boost blue type r.

If you are looking in California, the mark up is absurd. On the boost blue it is absurdly ridiculous (up to 52K before taxes and fees). I got an out of door price on a 2020 boost blue for 42-43K out of state. I reached out to a few Cali dealerships who were sitting on a boost blue to see if they would match it....They did not.

One place had the nerve to call me a few days later for a follow up. The sales person asked if I was still looking. I informed him that I went with an out of state purchase. I then said he would have had a quick sale paid in full (cashiers check/wired money) on the spot. His replied to that was that California is an unique market which demands a higher price. This is an all too common phase I heard from many Cali dealerships. It is only unique when you find someone willing to pay 47-52K.
Congrats on the boost blue ! 42k-43k OTD is not bad considering
 

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I got one here in SoCal and Boost Blue. It can be done! Check out my latest Youtube Vid if you guys have time to kill!
I saw your video and while I agree it could be done I believe they only did it because the dealer ad was a mistake. Most of us cannot get MSRP for boost blue.
 

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I couldnt get it for MSRP. Its tough to negotiate on a car they know they can sell for MSRP anytime. All they have to do is sit on it for a while and somebody will pay the premium. If it doesnt sell after 6 months they would entertain MSRP. What's your negotiating tool ?
 








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