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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#26264 of 32216 Re: LX-P at $21k? [joefar75]
Jul 03, 2011 (6:50 am)
Asking for how you did after you spent the money can have a good an bad affect on how you "feel" about the transaction. If you are happy with the car and the money you received for your trade in, leave it at that. Of course you could have done better or worse.
Every transaction is a learning experience. You have a good deal, just think in another 10 years or how ever many you are going to buy new, you'll get an even better one.
Enjoy that new Honda! I love my 2011 SE Accord - the car drives better than my 2006 EX Acoord gas mileage is finally approaching 34 MPG on the highway.
#26265 of 32216 Re: Accord EX Manual [belaircarguy]
Jul 05, 2011 (4:23 am)
I test drove an EX - 4 door with manual 5 speed (sunroof too) at Browns Honda in Glen Burnie, Maryland (near Baltimore), just about 2 weeks ago. Not ready to purchase yet, as my lease on my present car has a couple of more months. It was silver and gray interior. Drove great, and the manual is very smooth. Look them up and give them a call, as the car may still be available.
Bel Air Car Guy
I'll check it out. I drove the LX and the manual is indeed smooth, I think it is smoother than the manual I have in the CR-V. Although, the internals are all the same, except for the PTO for the AWD in the CR-V.
All these transmissions have the 6th gear spacer and can be easily converted to a 6 spd manual with as little as $200 in parts.
There is a bunch of Elements and CR-V's running around with 6 spd manuals.
#26266 of 32216 Re: LX-P at $21k? [joefar75]
Jul 05, 2011 (4:25 am)
Went to go trade in my 09' with 19k miles.
They offered me 15k for mine, and 21k for the new.
I did'nt think that was a Good deal at all.
Anyone have any thoughts
Isn't it essentialy the same car? Why would you want to waste $$$$ to get the same.
At least wait until 2013 model comes out next year. Otherwise, drive your low mileage Accord and enjoy it.
#26267 of 32216 Accoerd LX-P for $20300
Jul 06, 2011 (3:41 am)
I bought new Accord LX-P yesterday for $ 20300 + TTL. This price is with destination chargers.
The total OTD price I paid was $ 22467 which includes 8% IL Cook county tax, new plates, documentation fee and mudguards for $150.
There was $750 rebate to the dealers going on and I get 0.9% financing for 60 months.
I bought it from MotorWerks in Barrington IL.
#26268 of 32216 EX-L_V6 w/Nav in MD
Jul 07, 2011 (12:53 pm)
Had anyone recevied any good quotes in the DC/MD/VA area for an EX-L V6/ navi? Please so share, I'm in market to purchase a new car for this month
#26269 of 32216 Re: EX-L_V6 w/Nav in MD [bigmouth1]
Jul 10, 2011 (4:56 am)
I'm looking for the same info. Would love to know what other people have been able to negotiate on a 2011 Honda Accord 6spd EXL w/ Navigation.
#26270 of 32216 EX-L 2.4L for $26500 in DC metro Area
Jul 11, 2011 (3:44 pm)
I bought 2011 Honda Accord EX-L 2.4L 4-door without Navigation, yesterday, from Ourisman.
Out of the door price $26,500 (incl. tax+title+tag+processing).
#26271 of 32216 Re: EX-L 2.4L for $26500 in DC metro Area [imm3]
Jul 12, 2011 (11:56 am)
Good deal... I got quoted from Browns $26.6k without tax, tags, etc for a 2011 Honda Accord EX-L 2.4L 4-door without Navigation, today. i haven't started e-mail other dealerships yet, but so far Browns says b/c of Japan's earthquake, they're low on inventory.
#26272 of 32216 Re: EX-L 2.4L for $26500 in DC metro Area [bigmouth1]
Jul 12, 2011 (7:30 pm)
Even though inventory is low, you should be able to do better. Accord sales were down more than -15% in June, so dealers are eager to sell.
Sunday I was quoted $28,400 (before taxes) on a EX-L 3.5L V6 6-speed Manual w/Navigation. I ended up going with an Acura TSX instead, but it was a great deal on the Accord nonetheless -- I just liked the Acura a little better even though it was more expensive.
Because the 2012 Accords will be arriving soon, you should be able to get them down very close to their invoice price ($25,519), especially if you are taking delivery of something they have on their lot. Plus Honda is offering some crazy good rates this month on leasing (.00049) and buying (0.9% or 1.9% depending on the term).
#26273 of 32216 Re: Is Now A Good Time To Buy An Accord? I Don't Think So... [onlam]
Jul 13, 2011 (7:17 am)
Hi onlam, I am in Cincinnati too. Did the $24,xxx quote include the destination fee? What was your OTD price with all taxes and fees?
I emailed the same dealership today, looking for the same model with $30,180 MSRP, they won't budge below $26,252 before destination fees and TTL, with a $29,061 OTD price.