Not sure such a remit exists for mortal buyers.is there a website where I can see a detailed report of my build including the exact date when it was built?
There don't seem to be any Sport Hybrid Canyon Blue allocations in my area yet.
Which state/dealer?Someone I know just signed to buy one from a local dealer today. MSRP with no up charge. It’s supposed to be built the 2nd week of December. Apparently that same dealer has a red one coming in 2 weeks still available and also for just MSRP. That availability really surprised me.
That's insane.The dealer in Leesburg, Jenkins Honda, has a market adjustment of $10,000 which is laughable.
No 'pre delivery service charge' on your new CRV?I agree with you about Coggin dealerships
I have a deposit on a 23 Sport Touring at Coggin Honda in DeLand for MSRP plus $995 for all weather mats, wheel locks and window tint. No other markups. The dealer in Leesburg, Jenkins Honda, has a market adjustment of $10,000 which is laughable.
My wife and I had bought an 18 Accord EX-L and an 18 CR-V EX-L from Jenkins Honda but never again.
I typically agree with the "not buy the first year" rule. My biggest mistake was a "Buy American" attempt with a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The worst car I have ever owned. I went through 3 sets or pads and rotors before 36,000 miles and these were the cheaper failures. However, my daughter's car just died and I am giving her my 2011 CR-V EX in May. This pushed me a little. I was waiting for the 2023 which added new safety features to the CR-V that had already been integrated to prior years and models. This rule might not apply as much for the 2023 CR-V with gas engine. This is supposedly the same engine as the 2022 CR-V (with minor tweaks) and I would expect the engine technology is the almost the same as my wife's 2019 Accord 192 HP Turbo and they have been making CVTs for a while. Relating to the Infotainment features this is the same as rolled out in the Civic last year and is similar to the 2019 Accord. The safety features are the same as in my wife's 2019 Accord. Because of these, "first year" doesn't seem as risky.I wouldn’t buy a 2023 at this point. Too early in the manufacturing cycle for me. Just my opinion, but backed up by getting screwed twice in my car buying life by brand new vehicles very early in their lifecycle.
That is what I have ordered, my build date is 1/23 - 1/27. They quoted me 38,500 but I am not sure what add ons are in that.I got a quote from Saccucci; $0 deductable - $1215; $100 deduc - $1097. Haven't done any comparisons since I don't have my CRV ordered. There don't seem to be any Sport Hybrid Canyon Blue allocations in my area yet.
Pretty much. Sales manger said they first get a list of specific models/trims that have been allocated to them. Later they get actual build dates for those vehicles. In this market most of the available hybrids seem to be Touring models; makes sense that Honda would skew towards the most profitable trims in early production, I guess. I'm in no particular hurry so will only pay msrp. Dealer I bought my gen5 from has recently backed off selling the gen6 with a market adjustment; that makes two of the five dealers in the region who will take an order at msrp, no add-ons.That is what I have ordered, my build date is 1/23 - 1/27. They quoted me 38,500 but I am not sure what add ons are in that.
The dealer had dates running all the way into April. Is that what you mean by allocations?