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Honda Civic CRX, Honda Civic, Honda Civic del Sol, Coupe, Hatchback, Sedan
#8767 of 10741 Re: 2009 Honda Civic EX Sedan with Navi - Automatic [redredrabbit]
Jul 14, 2009 (11:21 am)
i have been talking to the dealer via email for about 4 months, prior to the cash for clunkers bill, and as soon as it passed I told her I would be trading in my 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Her price has only changed as the Honda to dealer incentives changed month to month.
The 17,515 is just the price of the car before any taxes or fees and before the CFC. so OTD with taxes DMV and fee's should be around 20,000, then minus the 4,500 CFC i'll be around $15,500
As for the Kenwood, just go to kenwoods website or crutchfeild.com and look at the different models they have that fit into the honda civic. You can spend as anywhere between 700 and 1400 depending on what features you want. Just do some research and find a reputable car stereo shop in your area. They should be able to get the stereo you want, get the dashboard faceplate and do the installation. Make sure you find a good shop, that is very important.
Jul 14, 2009 (2:12 pm)
I've been going around with some internet quotes the past few days and think I am getting a decent deal with not too much haggling. With the 1000 cash back to the dealer I am getting quotes in the 15495 range. Throw in destination, TTR and the best I have found so far is 17517. They will throw in Remote Starter or Oil Changes up to 75k for 200 more.
Think I am doing OK here?
I chose Civic over the Mazda3 because Im thinking it will hold up better over time.
#8769 of 10741 Re: 2009 Honda Civic EX Sedan with Navi - Automatic [jayviking]
Jul 14, 2009 (2:26 pm)
I've played around with these aftermarket units and they do work pretty well.
Theyare, however Micky Mouse when compared to the factory units that you can give verbal commands to.
#8770 of 10741 good deal on lease??
Jul 14, 2009 (5:48 pm)
I received a quote today of 239 tax included on 2009 civic Lx AT sedan/coupe for 3 yr/36k...with just 239 down at lease signing...It seems like a fair deal ..Anybody do a similar deal recently..? Lease prices are hard to judge whether they are too high or low..Any feedback would be welcomed...
#8771 of 10741 2009 Civic LX
Jul 14, 2009 (9:55 pm)
on 6/6/09 we bought a new 2009 Civic LX sedan with AT for $16390, including all dealer fees, but not including sales tax. It took about 10 minutes to negotiate. The dealer started at $16800 citing the $1000 incentive, we countered and they accepted. They tried tacking on an additional $150 mandatory processing fee, but backed down when we said we would not pay this.
#8772 of 10741 Re: 2009 Honda Civic EX Sedan with Navi - Automatic [isellhondas]
Jul 15, 2009 (2:13 am)
I mean no disrespect and I am not looking to begin any arguments about what car stereo is better, I'm sure everyone is much to busy to waste their time on such a trivial subject.That being said:
There are "Mickey Mouse" units out there, however most of the ones I looked at blew the honda factory units out of the water and for a quarter of the price.
If the deciding factor for me was "does the unit accept voice commands" (which the kenwood I picked out does, by the way) i would get a $250 dollar garmin nuvi as opposed to a $2000 Factory unit.
$1000 is alot to spend to get voice commands, no?
Like I said, I like my $1000 better when its in my bank account than Honda's, and I can have a better unit installed.
...Just my opinion
#8773 of 10741 Re: 2009 Honda Civic EX Sedan with Navi - Automatic [jayviking]
Jul 15, 2009 (5:04 am)
I totally disagree wth you about the aftermarket unit being "better" and so do the guys who sell and install them but, really this belongs in another forum.
#8774 of 10741 Civic Lx Auto Sedan
Jul 15, 2009 (6:44 am)
I live in PA outside Philadelphia area. Got a quote at Sussman Honda for 17660 OTD including tax and tags. I think this is a pretty good deal. Another dealer gave me 17.8 in June but it went up to 18.4 in July. Sussman kept their price. I'm thinking I should jump on this. I'd appreciate some opinion on this.
#8775 of 10741 Re: Civic Lx Auto Sedan [kevpa]
Jul 15, 2009 (9:14 am)
What is the Sales Tax in Pennsylvania? Its 7% in NJ.
My fees include
299 NJ registration fee.
w/200 for a remote starter I am walking out the door at 18k on the nose. I may try haggling a bit more but the experience has been quite pleasant so who knows...
This is in Central NJ
#8776 of 10741 Re: 2009 Civic LX [les38117]
Jul 15, 2009 (10:05 am)
Where do you live les38117? Dealer offered me $16488 excluding dealer fees and tax.