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Honda Civic CRX, Honda Civic, Honda Civic del Sol, Coupe, Hatchback, Sedan
#8964 of 10743 Re: Steve Hopkins Honda Civic Sedan LX [jefft3]
Aug 09, 2009 (2:51 pm)
Yes this was a C4C.
Here is my breakdown.
LX Auto Polished Metal Metallic -$16100
Document Preparation Fee -$55
Sales Tax -$1494.34
Optinal DMV Electronic filling - $29
License Fees - $185
Regs/Tlt/Transfer fee - $87.00
Ca Tire Fee - $8.75
Sub total $17959.09 (OTD if I didn't have a C4C)
C4C for old 1996 V8 Mustang $4500
Going back there to buy a LX-S for my brother in-law $16800 and with a C4C.
#8965 of 10743 Re: Steve Hopkins Honda Civic Sedan LX [djbenbbad]
Aug 09, 2009 (7:45 pm)
shouldn't the Tax be after you deduct the $4500?
#8966 of 10743 Re: Steve Hopkins Honda Civic Sedan LX [vettedreamer]
Aug 10, 2009 (6:44 am)
In some states like NY, sales tax is applied to the price before the $4500 credit. In that case though, you can claim the sales tax on your 2009 taxes.
#8967 of 10743 2009 Honda Civic LX 4 door automatic
Aug 10, 2009 (1:47 pm)
This is coolman4 instead of 3.
The price 17,600 is OTD meaning that is what I paid. THis price includes everything including the tax tag and title. The car came with pinstripes mudguards dooredges trunktray, and wheel locks. Tell them 17,600 OTD. Not a penny more.
For all of youl in the florida area, would suggest you go to palm harbor honda.
The guys name is gary.
Tell him that you will pay 17,600 OTD which includes the tax tag and title, dealer fees and everything. Hence this is called the out the door price. This car came with the options that I listed in my previous post.
Warranty is extra however, if you choose to buy one.
I received over 35 dealer quotes from all over florida before I made my decision.
I did the homework for you. If you decide to buy one, go to Gary at Palm Harbor Honda.
#8968 of 10743 Any deals within 500 miles of Atlanta
Aug 10, 2009 (6:22 pm)
I'm looking for a Civic Coupe EX auto and am willing to drive my clunker up to 500 miles to get the best price. The best quote I've gotten around here was 18,600 (includes everything except tax, title and lemon law); most have been 19k+. When I tell them I want to pay 17.5k (or even 18K), they just show me the door.
Any recommendations? Thanks.
#8969 of 10743 honday for 13,200
Aug 10, 2009 (8:17 pm)
i just came from dealership, paid $13,200 OTD after the CARS program..
bought from Holler honda in Orlando, FL
Aug 10, 2009 (9:09 pm)
Bought a Civic LX Sedan Auto 2 weeks ago using a clunker trade in. Got 4 internet quotes and the best was 16,700. I paid 13,300 OTD. In Minnesota the tax was after the $4500 subtraction, so it was ony $790 I believe. I got quotes before mentioning the clunker trade-in.
#8971 of 10743 2009 Civic LX in WNY (Buffalo)
Aug 11, 2009 (5:02 am)
This is the first quote the dealer suggested me yesterday, it is less than I expected.
He said, $ 17888 OTD price (include everything),
Should I buy the car in this price or keep deal with him to get lower price?
Do you guys know when would 2010 Civic come?
#8972 of 10743 Re: Any deals within 500 miles of Atlanta [dhhinc1]
Aug 11, 2009 (7:59 am)
On Saturday I bought a 2009 Civic Coupe EX with sunroof shield, splashguards, pinstripe, etc. We used the cash for clunkers & paid $18,399.98 after all taxes, fees, etc. That was for everything including the add-ons. Taxes are around 9.5% here in Nashville, TN. I'm not sure what they are in your area. I went to Crest Honda and talked to Raul. He's a genuine guy and worked very hard to make us happy. He's honest and not pushy at all. If you want his contact info sent me an e-mail at: jrb363gmail.com I'd be more than happy to send you more info. Good luck with your search!
BTW: I went by their lot today just to look and they got 3 new EX's in this morning. Not sure how many are pre-sold though.
#8973 of 10743 Re: Any deals within 500 miles of Atlanta [jrb363]
Aug 11, 2009 (8:04 am)
Also, the base price (pre taxes) was ~$16,000 including cash for clunkers. The invoice for the car we bought was $20,550 and the Crest Honda dealer here is offering 2.9% APR or $1,000 off the bottom line. We negotiated down to $17k and he then he knocked another $1,000 off pre-taxes. Made us very happy.