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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#23031 of 32222 Re: Honda Finance Special [azkalhan]
Mar 18, 2009 (3:51 pm)
I just was quoted from two dealerships in NJ for a Honda EX_L V6 with Nav
Both $26,600... I assume that is not including destination as they always try to throw that in...
I got one dealership to "agree" over the phone to $26,000.
Also, 3.9% financing for 60 mo.
Anyone have any experience with a Accord ccessories?
This site is extremely helpful, especially when I purchased my 2008 MDX. The salesperson at the dealership was amazed when I came in knowing what I wanted to pay for each individual part of the deal.
#23032 of 32222 Re: buying 2009 Accord EX-L V6 with NO navi [sunnybreezy]
Mar 18, 2009 (4:56 pm)
I am in OH and I have a quote of $23,894.94 for the car mentioned, it includes destination but does not include taxes and fees.
Best I have on the EX-L V6 with NAV right now is $26,327.31, which also includes destination but not the fees and taxes.
#23033 of 32222 Re: Price inquiry for EX-L V6 w. Navi. [nokrts]
Mar 18, 2009 (5:16 pm)
I have a quote for the EX-L w. NAV of $26,327.39 and with all fees the OTD price is $28,464.30.
Auto dealer is in the Dayton area
#23034 of 32222 Re: Honda Finance Special [azkalhan]
Mar 18, 2009 (5:29 pm)
Yes, I just returned from visiting my closest Honda dealer (in Moreno Valley, CA) and the 2.9% & 3.9% financing offers were stated to me. Something new to me with respect to the Accord, and it makes sense as today is the first day obviously based on your post. I'm still wanting to offer (and did) $22500 OTD for a 2009 EX sedan, 4cyl-automatic, no additional options. They weren't biting and counter-offered $23060 so I just left. I visited two other dealers in the Inland Empire near me over the weekend and did the same cash OTD offer, but no bite (with similar counter offers). It's still early in my process but if anyone else is in the Inland Empire has any advice on this, it would be appreciated. I'm wondering if I need to re-do my figures...
#23035 of 32222 Re: '09 Honda Accord LX-P Houston Area [oneder1]
Mar 18, 2009 (6:09 pm)
Looks like you got a good deal. Hope you got the color you wanted. I am going to just give them a drive out price that i want thru email. I am not going to bother with worry about document fees, license fee, etc. I just want the bottom line with tax already included already. I want my drive out price to be no more than 500 bucks above the invoice price. I probably won't even drive in unless i get some reasonable offer though i know they don't have to guarantee that price and could do a switch and bait thing. BTW, did you do your financing through them or did you get your financing somewhere else and before you came to the dealer? I have been told by friends that sometimes you might be able to get the final OTD price, but they will not give you 0.0 % financing, thus making money off of you. Thanks for the reply.
#23036 of 32222 09 HONDA ACCORD EX-L V6 NO NAVI
Mar 18, 2009 (6:20 pm)
WITH 3500$ DOWN PAYMENT TAX TITLE AND FIRST MONTH PAYMENT INCLUDE, 36 MONTH LEASE FOR 300$ PER MONTH, 15K PER YEAR DRIVING ALLOWANCE
IS IT GOOD DEAL?, I LEASE IT FROM OHIO LINDSAY HONDA EAST
#23037 of 32222 Re: Honda Finance Special [Teslafied]
Mar 18, 2009 (6:23 pm)
Wow, that's a lot of time spent and gas driving around trying to save $560 or less, if you were willing to drive off. How much is your time worth?
#23039 of 32222 Re: 2009 Accord Coupe EX-L 4 cyl no navigation [jhinsc]
Mar 18, 2009 (7:04 pm)
you are very right
#23040 of 32222 Re: Buying 2009 Honda Accord EX L 4dr w/o Navi-DFW Area [simon70]
Mar 18, 2009 (7:16 pm)
as someone mentioned,you will only find out whats the real bottom line when you r ready to buy. otherwise,u will either get smoke(not a strait answer) or low ball(a super low number that a dealer gives u to shop against others).do not trust email quotes,thats just a fishing gaming,goal is to bring you into the dealership.
the best way is to find a honest flat rate sales person who doesn't get paid by gross %.and go from there.
$23,300 sounds like a really good deal,even a little bit too good to be true.but not much. because personally i think you can get it. but below $23000 for 09 EXL is very crazy. because you are not talking how much lesser money they are going to make any more,you are talking how much money they need to lose to sell you the car. so if other dealers say they will beat it by 500,that makes it is at $22,800.i dont think it will happen.
the real bottom line between dealers r very minor,maybe 200-300.cause they all paid american honda the same.(i have a buddy who works for honda in dc area. and one in dallas.tx,they all said they paid american honda at same price)check out whats the dealer offer afterwards as well.car shopping is not a one time job for you to find out whoever sells the cheapest,because u do need to do car services. image something goes wrong right after you just get out of the factory warranty but the dealer takes care you and u save a couple thousand dollars from the fact,wouldnt you buy from them even they were $200 higher than the other one at the beginning of the car's price???