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Honda Civic CRX, Honda Civic, Honda Civic del Sol, Coupe, Hatchback, Sedan
#10036 of 10741 Re: 2011 Honda Civic LX Sedan - Automatic [stardy1]
May 12, 2011 (4:24 am)
Yes, I got $16,700 OTD along with 0.9% financing but that was on March 31. I recently inquired about the same car for my sister and was given a quote more than $2000 higher now.
Literally, I drove 4 hours to make the deal that night as the person with whom I was dealing told me that incentives were changing on April 1. I thought he might be bluffing, but he was not. With the quake and high demand, things have deteriorated rapidly for us buyers - not just from Honda but it seems from all of them - even Kia and Hyundai who were not directly affected by the quake.
Unfortunately, I now have to replace another car but will be limping along until the fall or later.
#10037 of 10741 Re: 2011 Honda Civic LX Sedan - Automatic [embeedee]
May 12, 2011 (4:53 am)
Thanks for the response embeedee. Were you able to quote for $18,700 for your sister's car at Criswell? I'm trying to negotiate with different dealers in NJ and it seems impossible for them to get down to less than $19,000 at this point.
#10038 of 10741 Re: 2011 Honda Civic LX Sedan - Automatic [stardy1]
May 12, 2011 (9:44 am)
The unofficial quote they gave me for a potential car for my sister was $17.2K before destination fees. I think destination fees are about $700 now, so that takes it to $17.9. With TTL, you are probably looking at a bit more than $19K at this point, probably similar to what you are being quoted.
I think Criswell was a high volume dealer that may have gotten more dealer cash than some other dealers and they were willing to pass that on. - that's purely speculation but it seemed to make sense to me. With everything going on now in Japan, they are probably no longer getting that dealer cash.
What is aggravating is that many other manufacturers, even those not directly impacted by the quake and tsunami, are falling in line and cranking up prices.
#10039 of 10741 Re: 2011 Civic EX for 17900 +tax/title [jymhuff]
May 14, 2011 (8:23 pm)
I just had a few questions regarding your post. If they are still building 2011's, how do I search for a specific model? I want a manual transmission LX-S. So far, I have been searching on Cars.com and the manual LXS is very very limited (I got 6 cars total when I searched the whole database).
Second, are you saying that is is good to buy a 2011 LX during/after memorial day?
#10040 of 10741 Re: Lease purchase price [utexas06]
May 14, 2011 (8:27 pm)
WOW that's an amazing deal you got. I am in the same boat, and am looking for a 2011 LXS. There are two in the entire San Francisco Bay area that match by criteria (color, transmission). What do you recommend? Or, how did you approach the situation? The reason I am asking is because the LXS models themselves are limited. And where did you find this model? Lastly what was your total, OTD out of the door price with everything?
#10041 of 10741 $18500 for a Certified 2010 Honda Civic LX Sedan - Automatic
May 17, 2011 (7:31 pm)
Is it a good deal, OTD $18500, it's less than 30000 mile, one owner.
2010 Honda Civic LX Sedan 4dr - Automatic
#10042 of 10741 Re: $18500 for a Certified 2010 Honda Civic LX Sedan - Automatic [iwemeada]
May 19, 2011 (9:27 am)
That price is too high for a car with that much milage. If the car was actually built in 2009, then we're talking about 30k miles for a less than two year old car. I wouldn't pay that much.
On the last day of April I paid, 16.8K OTD from Criswell Honda for a new '11 LX sedan. The starting price was 15.5k which was what Zag and Truecar quoted as the starting price. I don't think you should pay more than 12-13k for a car with that much mileage, but that's just me.
#10043 of 10741 Re: $18500 for a Certified 2010 Honda Civic LX Sedan - Automatic [wbr99]
May 19, 2011 (4:09 pm)
12-13K? OTD price? i'm at WA. 9.5% tax rate.
I found someone is selling a salvage titled car called $14.5K, i guess if it is not a salvage titled, he will sell it more, so you mean i can try to offer 12-13K for this better car, it is clean title.
Thank you for the response.
#10044 of 10741 2012 Civic Lx auto price
May 20, 2011 (7:05 pm)
Today I paid $18,800 for a 2012 auto 4d Civic Lx plus California tax. They gave me the best deal by $400 compared to other local dealers that quoted internet prices. Poway Honda near San Diego is a wonderful dealership to work with. This is the second new car that I have bought from their internet sales in the past 5 yrs. I feel that I got a fair deal on my 2007 CRV trade-in.
#10045 of 10741 Any truth to this?
May 22, 2011 (8:19 pm)
LA Times article on what a bad time it is to buy a car right now.
Held off buying a new car for a few years. I'm currently driving a 2002 VW Jetta.
Shopped around for a bit and it was a toss-up between Ford and Honda. Visited two dealerships recently and I'm pretty set on getting 2011 Honda Civic Coupe. The salesman told me due to the earthquake/tsunami that supply had gone done considerably and that they could only take off a small amount of MSRP.
So....MSRP of a Honda Civic Coupe LX is $19k, at best they can lower it to $18.5k it seemed, and OTD of ???? $20-21k?
Anyone else getting the same response from Honda dealers in Socal?