Honda Civic Type-R Over sticker dealer naughty list.

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Jack O' Diamonds Honda in Tyler, Texas is about to get their second, black Type R. I'm anxious to see how they handle this one considering what happened with their first one.

Dealer holding Type R hostage

If they let it go for MSRP as well, I'd consider taking it home, but that's pretty unlikely to happen.



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Jack O' Diamonds Honda in Tyler, Texas is about to get their second, black Type R. I'm anxious to see how they handle this one considering what happened with their first one.

Dealer holding Type R hostage

If they let it go for MSRP as well, I'd consider taking it home, but that's pretty unlikely to happen.
Bring that first type R lady with you. They will shutup right away
 

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My other choice is a STI so thats why i'm willing to go up to 40 since if I was going to get the STI it would cost me around that price.
Atleast your being realistic about the ADM your willing to pay due to demographics and population. California cost of living is one of the highest in the nation.
 

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Atleast your being realistic about the ADM your willing to pay due to demographics and population. California cost of living is one of the highest in the nation.
it is off the hook!!! I have a buddy that mentioned about 100 families moving into Austin, TX everyday, and a lot are from CA...I agree that it is what is for where we live.
 

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Atleast your being realistic about the ADM your willing to pay due to demographics and population. California cost of living is one of the highest in the nation.
Very true, but California doesn't have the demographic of Civics that cost $50K+. Housing is completely different.

For example, a PS4 in California will cost the same as a PS4 in Ohio. Only difference is the taxes, which in California, are higher. Demographic shouldn't change the cost of the car. But sadly, people in California like to overpay for many things.
 

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Anyone paying too much ADM is likely to have their picture taken for the Sucker on the wall room for throwing darts. Please wait and keep looking for a MSRP dealer and get your CTR there and also with that savings you get to buy cool mods for it.
 

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There's a dude I saw in a Facebook Type R group with a new Type R, living in a shack with literally a shed garage for the car lol.
 

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Honda of Mentor just called. They either have a black or one is coming in. They're asking 39,500
 

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Theres a lot more people in California compared to other states. That's why they can charge these high ADM's. If you don't buy it then someone else will. But averaging 15k is to much for this type of car. Eventually it will average 5k ADM. but California will never be a MSRP state for this car.
Very true, but California doesn't have the demographic of Civics that cost $50K+. Housing is completely different.

For example, a PS4 in California will cost the same as a PS4 in Ohio. Only difference is the taxes, which in California, are higher. Demographic shouldn't change the cost of the car. But sadly, people in California like to overpay for many things.
 

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Just got off the phone with another dealer that I called. They have a CW coming in. Wanted $10K over MSRP, talked them down to $7,500 over MSRP, said he can probably do $5K over MSRP and asked if I would be willing to do that. I said I need closer to MSRP and I would be willing to buy an HRV as well. Gonna call me back in 30 minutes. Curious what he is gonna come back with.
 

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