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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#13594 of 32191 Post-Christmas Deal on 2007 Accord EX-L
Dec 28, 2006 (5:06 am)
Bought a 2007 Accord EX-L (4-cylinder automatic) from Bill Page Honda in Falls Church, Va. the day after Chrismas for $23,275 out the door. Was pleasantly surprised when dealer did not push dealer-installed accessories or even mention extended warranties, rust proofing, etc. We were in and out in under two hours, including an initial half-hour wait for our salesman to finish with another customer.
My deal breaks out as follows: $22,239 purchase price, $299 dealer fees, $736 taxes (3.17 percent in VA) and tags.
Invoice and $595 destination for this car was $23,166. Sticker was $25,645 plus a few thousand dollars worth of garbage dealer add-ons, including a $1995 "market adjustment fee" and $600 for wheel locks and mud flaps.
Would recommend Bill Page, not withstanding the above mentioned marketing gimmick. Salesman never even mentioned the sticker price. Of course, we went in with an Internet quote from a competing dealer for $900 below invoice.
#13595 of 32191 $23,000 OTD for SE-V6[jhonj]
Dec 28, 2006 (8:02 am)
That really sounds pretty good to me; invoice is $21,043 here in Alabama, so I guess it depends on how much each item is costing you. The fact that the price DOES include nearly 7% taxes is a good thing IMO, as that means that you are paying around $21,500 OTD before taxes, and that includes all fees and accessories. If you like the dealer, and feel comfortable with who you are dealing with (make sure it isn't some scum of the earth slick salesman - they do exist) I'd say go for it.
#13596 of 32191 Re: $23,000 OTD for SE-V6[jhonj] [thegraduate]
Dec 28, 2006 (10:31 am)
Here's the breakdown of my price
invoice = 21043
dest charge = 595
tax(ohio%6.75) = 1460.56
doc fee = 250
accessories = 150
Total = 23498
i asked the sales rep that i would take it if he gives me for 23,000 OTD with everything including, he talked to his manager and agreed to it he was kind of nice guy but they didn't have the colour so he said he will have it by tomorrow from a dealer trade and it would end up having around 100 miles on it and he assured me that he will have the warranty extended to the additional miles of bringing it, but i was worried after seeing some posts which said they had ACCORD SE's for 1000 below invoice cause there is some company discount on it and i asked my sales rep about it he says its a discount($900) from the MSRP or sticker price to the dealers and it makes no difference to me as i already have the deal below invoice, does anybody know about this and can shed some light on it,Thanks.
#13597 of 32191 Hurry up and buy this week?
Dec 28, 2006 (1:32 pm)
Will there really be much difference in pricing after the new year? I already have a number of price quotes and could make a deal happen quickly if necessary, but I'm not sure I want to be in a big hurry.
07 SE I4 AT
Dealer Fees: 474
#13598 of 32191 Re: Internet Dealers in NJ -- Great price & experience [adamr1]
Dec 28, 2006 (4:27 pm)
I am looking for an Accord in NJ too. Would you please share contact information to me, thank.
Dec 28, 2006 (4:59 pm)
Sounds like a very good price to me. You also get so much more with the SE version...why would anyone buy an LX?
Dec 28, 2006 (8:05 pm)
Just purchased an EX-L V6/Holmes Honda, could not have been easier.
190.00 document fee
No hidden fees, no pressure to buy anything else. Great experience.
We drove in, papers were ready, whole deal took less than an hour.
#13601 of 32191 Good, bad or ugly
Dec 28, 2006 (8:11 pm)
I have a deal on the table for a 2007 Accord LX, 4 dr sedan, automatic in NY for 19,200 (dest. incl) + tax, title lic.
Soooo...is this deal good, bad or ugly? Should I run back to the dealer, or run away?
#13602 of 32191 Re: Hurry up and buy this week? [atlantaga]
Dec 28, 2006 (8:29 pm)
$20,401 OTD for an Accord 07 SE I4 AT in Atlanta sounds tempting. I have been looking at the Civic 07 EX AT in Atlanta at around $20,100 OTD. Which dealership? Private message me if you want.
#13603 of 32191 Re: Good, bad or ugly [sgreen516]
Dec 28, 2006 (9:27 pm)
I paid $17,950 + tax & licensing for the 2007 Accord LX automatic in southern CA. When I was negotiating with the sales guy I got the impression that for even ~$18,700 I could have gotten the 2007 Accord SE automatic.