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HI guys,

I am shopping for my new Pioneer-4 and I want your advice on the prices I was quoted.

I am from North of the border and I expect to pay more than I should.

But if the canadian price is too high I can buy south of the border. It takes me about the same time to get to my dealer on either side of the border.

So here is where I stand.

Honda Pioneer-4 CAMO stock with no option.

Best canadian price : $14,400
Best US price : $11,700.

Considering the exchange on the money, $11,700.00 US is about $13,000.00 Canadian. That is significant.

From what I know, Warranty is an issue : Canada 2 years vs US 1 year( is it true that US warranty is 1 year ? )

What do you think of these prices?

Do you think I can get a better deal that $11,700.00 in the US?
Do you think I can get a better deal than $14,400.00 in Canada?

I should not say that, but no matter the price, I am getting one.....I just want the best possible deal.

I forgot to say everything has been put in the comparison including prep and delivery.

Thanks in advance for your anwers.
 

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Yes 1 year warranty in the US. As far as buying in the US to save cash, but lose warranty for a single year. I think I would give up the extra year warranty for that much cash in pocket. Just my opinion.
 

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Warranty is 1 year in the US. I paid right at 11,700 US for mine. I know several people got a few hundred discount from this MSRP…..but the early units sold well….and they are still selling well. I've also heard some have paid a destination charge. I did not. Also, I did not haggle price to much as I wanted mine in time for hunting season…..and got it.

The dealers don't need to discount the inventory thus far….and really don't have huge discounts to offer….according to what I've been told. Quite a few folks are waiting to get a Pioneer. It does seem that folks living further south in the US get better discount (from what I read).

I do get a discount on options purchased at my dealer, and I think it is quite common to get a 10 to 15% discount on options - if you ask for it.
 

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I paid $13,677 plus taxes and fees for exactly the same sxs in New Brunswick. seems about the same type of pricing where you are.
 

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Price is always a factor but I think the relationship you have with the dealer is more important. The cheapest is price is not always the best if you know what I mean. Get it from a dealer who will go to bat for you and set it up properly. Many dealers just skip over the setup procedure and do not do half of the things they are supposed to. A properly setup unit can save a lot of headaches.
 

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12600 for camo 700-4. they are going like hot cakes down here. I was just in luck to get the last 4 seater in stock in Louisiana last week and the next one would of been in the middle of febuary
 

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There are no two stories the same. Ask anyone of us and were willing to share our experience. I have visited these rooms for 4 months and it just seems that all of us have had a different experience. I realize I am of no help to you but if I went back to my dealer today I don't believe my experience would be the same. Of course I don't think I would get any better deal either. So all I can say is best of luck to you and happy trails.
 
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