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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#25594 of 29854 Re: 2010 EX-L V6 with Nav, Northern Virginia [avichi]
Sep 28, 2010 (6:53 pm)
I believe your assumptions are correct. If the post above is accurate, then your numbers appear accurate also. True Car had the target price of this vehicle at $25,994. I didn't find anyone offering this once I began receiving quotes. The closest was actually from Fairfax Honda in their email. They were slightly better than the price I negotiated with the dealer. I don't feel too bad because as I said, once the sales manager informed me that I could get the incentive also, he reduced the price on my Odyssey another $1,000. So in reality, the price of the Accord would have been $26,839 including destination which is a great deal.
The real kicker for me was they matched Carmax on my Odyssey trade and gave me $35K for my TL. I had offers on the TL of $30K from Carmax, $31,500 from local VW dealer (was considering the Passat) and $33,500 from the Acura dealer I purchased the vehicle from. In the end, it was an easy decision.
I have to tell everyone though, the seats on the Accord are very hard. I hope they give after a couple of month. Nothing like the Acura.
#25595 of 29854 Re: 2010 EX-L V6 with Nav, Northern Virginia [lccalvert_1999]
Sep 28, 2010 (7:22 pm)
You wnt beleive the accurate pricing fromthe American Express Car Buyer program .
Check out the site for 2010 for Honda Accord EX-L V6 4-Dr with Navigation
YOUR PRICE $26,544 Savings off MSRP:$5,311
Check out the site for 2011 for Honda Accord EX-L V6 4-Dr with Navigation
YOUR PRICE $29,723 Savings off MSRP:$2,657
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#25596 of 29854 Feedback needed - Pricing on 2010 EXL in Ft Laud.
Sep 29, 2010 (4:45 am)
I am supposed to pick up this car tonight (but have not signed anything) and so would appreciate feedback on what I am being offered. I also would like to know anyone's thoughts on whether or not the $399 package deal for leather and paint protection for 60 months is worth it or whether a couple cans of protectant from Home Depot or somewhere like that would work "just as much". (I know how much of a profit making mark-up are typically on these "treatments".)
$27 580 msrp
-4480 "preferred customer" discount
23 100 CAR PRICE (dealer fee is additional 599 - see below)
399 - 5 year interior/ exterior protection package - is this any good?
599.95 - Dealer fee (aka profit)
498.75 - DMV fees
8.50 - battery fees (how come one nissan dealer has it at $1.50 - I don't know)
1452.25 - 6%sales tax
I am getting zero down and 0.9% financing for 60 months
#25597 of 29854 Yeah its an ok deal.
Sep 29, 2010 (5:09 am)
If you wanted to you could call the sales manager today and tell him you got cold feet. He may give you the line "what can we do to earn your business" Tell him take $1,500.00 off the price and you will sign, then negotiate. In my experience the 399. treatment and "warranty" costs the dealership less than $50.00, and the 600.00 dealer fee could go away all together and they would still make money.
Also, and this has worked for me 4 times and I have gotten a price 700.00 to 1200 lower...
Call another dealership, see if they have or can get the same car, tell them you will sign and buy for $24,500.00 out the door, see what happens.
Post how it turns out.
#25598 of 29854 Prices in Chicago
Sep 29, 2010 (8:22 am)
Does anyone know the OTD prices for accord 2011 EX-L with Navigation in Chicago ? I have received quotes for 26781 & 26034 plus dest., dealer & taxes.
This is my first car. What price (OTD) I should target ?
#25600 of 29854 Re: Prices in Chicago [avichi]
Sep 29, 2010 (9:01 am)
Thank you for the information. I checked the site and it is showing 26781 as the base price. I am hoping that I can negotiate much more than that.
Need to get some OTD price that I can target.
Sep 29, 2010 (12:50 pm)
Forget about it & do it yourself! I bought my '06 Civic LX from Hollywood Honda as it had the best price quote at that time. Coral Springs Honda, in my town, wouldn't deal against Hollywood so, the extra drive was worth the better price!
#25602 of 29854 Bad Lease??
Sep 29, 2010 (1:44 pm)
Hey guys, I went into a Honda Dealership today to lease a car, because I know they are getting rid of the 10 cars for the new 11s.
I want to get an Accord LX Sedan and we have everything written down on that long sheet.
Price of Unit: 22605
36 months, 12,000 miles
Monthly Payment 155
Reg/Title Fee 299
Doc Fee 299
Tire Fee 7.50
Down Payment 2000
BUT apparently they wrote down a 2011 Accord and I was told that they are going to get me a 2010 car (like I wanted to)
Since the Price of Unit appears to be of an 11 car I can't really evaluate how good of a deal I got, (or that it's crummy). Since all the paperwork lists the VIN of the 2011 Accord LX, then I assume that if I decide now that I don't want to then I'm entitled to not commit myself to a car?
For the record, I wanted to get a 2010 White Honda Accord LX as base as it could get. They wrote down an 11 car, so now I have to wait while they try to get in a 2010 car
Using the MF of .00158 and Residual of .60
I did some quick guess and check to see what the price of my unit was.
If I just input 19,500 as Price Sold, with 2000 of down payment into it leads me with a Net Cap Cost of 17500. Calculated cost of Residual is .60 * 22605 = 13563
Depreciation Fee = (17,500 - 13563) / 36 = $110
Finance Fee = (17500 + 13563) * .00158 = $49
so that comes out to be $159 , a little more than $155 a month, but that means the car was sold to me at about $19,500 ??? Should I fight to get it cheaper, or even cancel my order. I do not have car under my possession as the the VIN on all paperwork is wrong
#25603 of 29854 Re: Yeah its an ok deal. [joer2001]
Sep 29, 2010 (2:03 pm)
I would like you to show me a post on this forum where someone successfully negotiated away a dealer/doc fee. It just does not happen.