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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
Oct 09, 2012 (4:43 am)
This forum has been extreme helpful with pricing so thank you everyone here so as i come close to buying the 2013 Accord EXL V6 ( no Nav) here is what i m seeing. Trying to get a metallic silver with black interior in Maryland. The price i got quoted is $28600 (included destination) plus reg/title fees $280, plus tax $1720 for the total out the door price of $30600. No financing deals to write home about so i m using a credit union to get a good rate of 1.5%.
Any thoughts on price? anyone else shopping for the EXL V6?
#27214 of 32172 Re: ? Re: 2012 Honda Accord LX - automatic [rayainsw]
Oct 09, 2012 (4:53 am)
we didn't test drive as we had in past year - didn't think the car could get worse. price was most important to us.
this forum is about PRICING
thank you for your positive comment!
have a great day
#27215 of 32172 Re: ? Re: 2012 Honda Accord LX - automatic [islover]
Oct 09, 2012 (5:04 am)
Well - I take that as sarcasm?
Anyway, no offense intended.
I just truly did not understand how all those negatives
would not have been apparent from a test drive.
I am also quite surprised that there would be that much
difference between a 2011 and a 2012...
I do hope the rest of the driving experience is not quite so negative for you...
#27216 of 32172 Re: Pricing Expectations [mishra]
Oct 09, 2012 (5:25 am)
2013 EXL V6, metallic silver and black interior, i m getting 28600 for the car and 30600 for out the door price.
#27217 of 32172 Re: Pricing Expectations [mishra]
Oct 09, 2012 (12:25 pm)
30234 was the internet quote i received. The one thing that people do not figure in is the accesories that these dealerships add on. Those can be negotiated, but it will def add on the price. I have not seen any cars have no add ons. I also purchased a 7 yr 100000 warranty
#27218 of 32172 2013 Honda Accord LX 22,800
Oct 09, 2012 (1:03 pm)
We have been negotiating on a 2013 honda accord LX without additional options. The best offer that I got is 22,800. Has anyone bought a LX recently ? Can you advise me on the price .
#27219 of 32172 Re: 2012 Honda Accord LX - automatic [islover]
Oct 09, 2012 (1:33 pm)
Sorry...but had to jump in...
"drives like total crap"
Ah...didn't you drive one before buying it?
"looks like something your grandparents would drive"
Ah...didn't you LOOK at it before you bought it?
Kinda sounds like all you cared about was the PRICE and nothing else?
Again, sorry to butt in but just curious.
P.S. I retired two years ago and therefore do not have a dog in the fight!
#27220 of 32172 Re: 2012 Honda Accord LX - automatic [islover]
Oct 09, 2012 (1:58 pm)
Why would you buy something you hate that much? If I disliked something that much I would not take it as a gift. You can't be too bright.
Accept your loss and go get something you can live with.
#27221 of 32172 South California Honda Accord Sport
Oct 09, 2012 (2:12 pm)
I was almost in purchasing a 2012 Toyota Camry SE base for a good deal slightly less than 23K OTD.. But had second thought about the 2013 Honda Accord for its better standard specs.
I am located around orange county and looking for a 2013 Honda Accord Sport with auto trans.
The MSRP at 24980 and I am looking for around 3000~3500 off MSRP before tax and fees.
Anyone has current buying experience or know when will I be able to purchase at this price?
Compare to Camry SE I got offered about 3800~3900 off MSRP (24680), I understand the car is out for almost an year now. I can justify paying 1k~1.3k more for the Accord compare to the Camry.
If anyone could provide some info it would be great! I can wait a couple month thats no issue for me because I am planning to have a new car for 5~6 years so the decision is important.
#27222 of 32172 Re: South California Honda Accord Sport [zonecar]
Oct 09, 2012 (2:15 pm)
Unless things have changed since I retired there is nowhere near a 3000-3500 markup on Accords so asking a dealer to lose money probably won't work.
In fact, as I understand it, the spread between invoice and MSRP has become less than ti was before
Waiting a couple of months won't change this.
I will say that it looks like Honda has a full blown home run on their hands with the 2013 Accords!!