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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#22766 of 32172 Re: Used 2008 Accord EXL V6 Navi Sedan - best price? [javacortex]
Feb 06, 2009 (8:39 pm)
DONE! I just bought a Certified Used 2008 Honda Accord EXL V6 Navigation Sedan (Silver with black leather interior), 19k miles, Certified Honda Used...$22,800 + TTL.
The car is rock solid, looks great, and is huge and luxurious. It feels as good as any Lexus or Acura I've ever been in.
I traded in my 2003 ML320 and they matched my Carmax appraisal from 2 weeks ago. This offered some tax savings, as I only had to pay sales tax on the difference. Fees/license etc came up to $251. I paid $2000 on a credit card to get some cash back, and wrote a personal check for the balance.
I was walked over to "finance department" to get the hard sell on the extended warranty. I was offered the Honda Care Certified Wrap Coverage, that extends the bumper to bumper warranty from 4 yrs / 48k miles (i.e. Certified Honda coverage) to 7 years / 100,000 miles ... they asked $1689! I offered $1000 and after 15 minutes of haggling, they accepted. They gave me some sob story about how they sold this to me at a loss and that they will make it up on someone else. Unfortunately, after I left, I saw on the internet that people have been getting this kind of coverage for around $600-900. Doh!
Anyways, I'm happy with the car. The peace of mind with the extended coverage should provide years of happy motoring.
#22767 of 32172 Re: Best Price for 09 Accord EX-L [s_44]
Feb 07, 2009 (6:32 am)
email me...i can help
#22768 of 32172 Re: Getting frustrated...great price but.... [goldmember]
Feb 07, 2009 (9:29 am)
Boch Honda in Norwood MA has a white/beige EX-L Manual in stock as of today 2/7. The sticker price is $26,275 and the stock number is 63878. I bet Boch, the largest dealer in NE can easily meet or beat your price of $22,588.
#22769 of 32172 Help. Looking for a new 09 accord coupe blk on blk with trade in
Feb 07, 2009 (1:58 pm)
I'm currently in SoCali looking for a new 09 accord coupe EX blk on blk. The issue is that have a trade in...2007 Lexus IS 250 with 16,800 miles pay off at 31,500. I'm looking for a 72 month finance term to get a low monthly payment. What kind of deal can I get for what I'm looking for? Please help...
#22770 of 32172 First time negotiator.........HELP!!
Feb 07, 2009 (5:46 pm)
I'm in the beginning stages of my purchase. I know I want the sedan EX-L with Nav. I've already received 3 email prices that varied slightly, from $25,200 - $25,500 before taxes, etc.... Where do I go from here? I don't want to go to the dealer without having the number in my head. I'm in the triangle area in NC. Any advice would be tremendously appreciated.
Feb 07, 2009 (6:11 pm)
Just starting to look at prices at the ex v6 or exl. I'm in Western Michigan. I have gotten prices around $25,400 for the v6 exl and 23,500 for the v6 ex. Are these prices any good? 3 dealers have emailed me these same approx. prices. I haven't sat down with any yet. Probably buy in the next month. Also, I like the side molding. Does anyone out there have the side molding and do they like it? How about the rear deck spoiler? I haven't these seen it on a real vehicle yet....
Any help would be appreciated. thanks.
#22772 of 32172 Re: First time negotiator.........HELP!! [ckd]
Feb 07, 2009 (6:12 pm)
- Shop in person at the dealership (emails are a ploy to get you in the dealership)
- Compare apples to apples.
- Get the best OTD (we ALL pay it)
Feb 07, 2009 (7:45 pm)
....what are the current incentives available on the Accord. Edmunds.com doesnt show any avialable in my area at the moment (29353.)
Been lookin extensively at the Accord EX-L manual and the Mazda6 i Touring and Grand Touring models....will be ready to pull the trigger REAL soon! Thanks in advance
#22774 of 32172 buying an accord tomorrow - help!
Feb 07, 2009 (8:54 pm)
In L.A. - an LX
Have a quote 21,166 OTD - 19,268 plus all the taxes, etc. Seems like a good deal, am I delusional?
If it's not, how do I get them to make it lower? I would really like to buy it at this dealer as I can walk there from my house and work.
THANKS in advance!
#22775 of 32172 Re: First time negotiator.........HELP!! [ckd]
Feb 08, 2009 (7:34 am)
How do you find out what the dealer holdback is? Is it always 3%?? Is it safe to assume 3% less than the dealer invoice as a starting price?