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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#17427 of 32215 Re: Accord V6 EXL Price [george123]
Sep 24, 2007 (4:45 pm)
What I like most is that the car is mistaken for a $45K+ sports sedan. The value of the car Honda offers is unsurpassed in the marketplace. This is my fourth Accord, four generations of the car, and by far the best -- the best ride, handling, fit and finish. Countours of the seats and the way the car holds you as you drive. I'd liken it to this. In my 2000 Accord, you sat in the car, with this, the car almost "holds" you in the seat. Power is like my neighbor's Lexus GS350; this car has punch. VCM is not noticeable other than an indicator light on the dash. That they have overengineered so much into this car for this price is what continues to amaze me going into our second week of ownership.
#17428 of 32215 Re: 07 EX-l 4cyl [newhonda07]
Sep 24, 2007 (6:57 pm)
I finally made the deal on a 2007 Honda Accord EX-L 4-cylinder Automatic sedan.
Its from a dealership in Hollywood, FL. 22,400 OTD. Here is the breakdown:
Selling price: 20283.17
Dealer service fee: 599.95
Florida battery/tire fee: 6.50
Sales tax 6%: 1253.38
County surtax 0.5%: 25.00
I feel like I made a good deal. What do you think?
#17429 of 32215 You may want to wait...
Sep 24, 2007 (8:16 pm)
#17430 of 32215 Re: You may want to wait... [mackabee]
Sep 24, 2007 (9:02 pm)
Pics from non-US markets.
#17431 of 32215 Re: You may want to wait... [jaxs1]
Sep 24, 2007 (9:42 pm)
Isn't this the Australian version of the Camry?
#17433 of 32215 Re: 07 EX-l 4cyl [newhonda07]
Sep 25, 2007 (12:01 am)
Wow, that was an excellent price! Did you get it from Maroone Honda of Hollywood? How did you manage to get that price?
#17434 of 32215 Re: 07 EX-l 4cyl [everblue]
Sep 25, 2007 (3:39 am)
Yep I got it from there last night. I requested quotes from dealers all the way from West Palm Beach to Miami. Pretty much everyone is saying around 23000 OTD. One dealer in Ft. Lauderdale agreed for 22500 OTD. Then I asked Maroone if they can beat it. He agreed for 22400 so I went with them.
Personally I found that if you mention that you are ready to buy TODAY if the price is right, the dealers are more aggressive in their quotes.
One thing I noticed is that these dealers do not have very many 2007s (EX-L 4-cyl Auto sedan) in stock, or it seemed like they didn't. So if you have a color preference and in need of a car, this is a good time to buy the 2007 Accords.
For me, luckily, I found the car with my color choice (Graphite Pearl/Gray leather interior) and price.
#17435 of 32215 looking to buy 2007 accord lx/ex model
Sep 24, 2007 (7:30 pm)
im based in charlotte north carolina n looking to get a 07 accord lx in the range of 17,500-18,000 OTD, please anyone here knew about the dealers within the radius of 3-5 hours drive,post the details here, i am all set to buy the car anytime.
#17436 of 32215 Re: 19,999 for 2007 Honda Accord SE V6 (Auto)--Deal? [pcwnsx]
Sep 25, 2007 (5:17 am)
I think I was quoted 19,600 OTD for 2007 SE V6 Auto sedan in Florida. I was looking for an EX-L I4 Auto though.
Personally I would not pay more than 20000. So yes, I think 20000 is a good deal.