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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#18683 of 32170 Re: Accord V6 EX-L [mstylady]
Dec 11, 2007 (1:16 pm)
Glad that I was able to help, I'm not financing through my credit union and am still able to use the MVCP program which is great about this service. The prices on the honda 2008 accord are invoice and on the 2007 accord I think at least $1000 under invoice. There are no savings on the navigation models though.
The program doesn't locate the car for you, they just put you in touch with a dealer that will honor the program and then it's up to you to call and see if they have the car you want. The price is already negotiated so all you have to do is negotiate the options they want to add on.
#18684 of 32170 Re: real numbers [jb_turner]
Dec 11, 2007 (1:38 pm)
dude.......no fees whatsoever
#18685 of 32170 Accord Sedan EX-L AT 4cyl No Nav
Dec 11, 2007 (6:02 pm)
I have a quoted price for a 2008 Accord Sedan AT 4 cyl
$23,325 (Invoice is $23,428)
$100 in dealer fees
+ Tax and Title
No other costs
Should i pull the trigger, or have people gone further under invoice on the 4cyl Accord Sedan
Thanks for any replies
#18686 of 32170 Re: Accord Sedan EX-L AT 4cyl No Nav [ydave77]
Dec 11, 2007 (6:08 pm)
$3 under invoice after including the dealer fees sounds good.
#18687 of 32170 Re: Added Accessories=markup! [bvdj84]
Dec 11, 2007 (6:34 pm)
Idiot BOB ROHRMAN. In the dealer I bought my Accord they have 1 Accord LX I4 in the show room. MSRP is $26K. The dealer installed bigger shiny wheels, spoiler and some other stuff. They ask for $36K. The 4 bigger wheels cost some $4K. There may be some young inexperienced buyers will try to bargain for that "idiot" I4.
#18688 of 32170 Re: Accord Sedan EX-L AT 4cyl No Nav [ydave77]
Dec 11, 2007 (6:50 pm)
Not bad at all. Depending on your location though, you might be able to push it down a few hundred dollars more.
#18689 of 32170 Re: Accord Sedan EX-L AT 4cyl No Nav [sodaguy]
Dec 11, 2007 (9:03 pm)
I live in Virginia, maybe I should try closer to the christmas holidays.
#18690 of 32170 Re: Costco Auto Program [skinnytony]
Dec 11, 2007 (9:11 pm)
We looked into the Costco program and were offered $250 off MSRP for a V6 model and $500 off MRSP for the I4. Most of the Dealers around here ADD several thousand dollars in "market adjustment" to the MSRP so maybe the Costco prices are the best to be had. This is in the Seattle area and if anyone has a good Dealer, let me know!
Dec 11, 2007 (10:03 pm)
I'm looking to buy a 2008 EX-L 4 dr V6 with Nav. I wanted to know list on this and if anyone has a great dealer that works via internet for buying remote. seems like i have seen some prices like 25K and some at 28K for this same car?
#18692 of 32170 Re: Buying in Boise [cliffclaven]
Dec 11, 2007 (11:15 pm)
Go for it. It's a super nice car, if I do not want to say it is a powerful greyhound that loves to jump ahead & run fast but it pretends to be an innocent & dumb deer. I bought one already. I love it better than a $60K BMW or Benz. It has been rated 5 stars in all categories by automobile critics.