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Joe
Joe
Chicago, Illinois
5.0
Great van that drives like a car.
I purchased this car used a few months back with 118,000 miles on it. It runs great and has performed very well with all I have asked of it to this point. I fully expect to get another 100,000 miles out of it. It has excellent pick-up for such a heavy vehicle and is a breeze to drive even in the urban environment in which I live. The touring package comes with DVD player and drop down screens for the backseat. Not surprisingly, these items do not work, so it is on my list to pop out the DVD player and fix the problem with it, which can easily be found online. All the driver controls are easily accessible and sitting in the driver's seat feels like the cockpit of an airplane, you are snug and comfortable with all your tools within reach. There is plenty of room in the van to seat 7 total people and you could squeeze 8 adults in if you really wanted and still have room for a fair amount of cargo. I have taken all the seats out and started converting the back into a little camper and there is more room than I would've ever thought to work with. I could not be happier with my choice of this van.
Carol Stream, Illinois
4.0
Very satisfied with my purchase.
Research the vehicle value. Test drive, but don't purchase on the spot. Challenge the lowest price with an even lower price and send your offer to the dealership. Rule #1: Best prices will be found at high volume dealers. Dealerships with low inventory have to make their profit off the customer, not incentives from the manufacturer. Don't believe the old line: You are asking me to sell my vehicle for less than I paid for it, how can I stay in business without a profit? Case in point: Every dealership I called was quoting $37,000+ drive out (list $38,900) and two said $35,700 was the lowest drive out price possible. According to Donald Trump (Art of the deal), any deal you can't walk away from is a deal your are too emotionally involved with to get a good deal (paraphrased). Case in point: I originally negotiated a purchase with a Honda dealership for $36,000 drive out and was sitting at the finance managers desk with $1500 cash and a certified cashiers check for $8500. Also, Internet sites like Edmunds and TruCar have their favorite dealerships, and don't actually give you access to all the possibilities. Most will only provide 1 or 2 dealership prices, not necessarily the lowest. In fact, Honda of Conyers was not mentioned by either site and they were the lowest. Good luck and be that educated consumer!

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