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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#27222 of 29854 Re: South California Honda Accord Sport [zonecar]
Oct 09, 2012 (3:15 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!!
#27223 of 29854 Re: South California Honda Accord Sport [isellhondas]
Oct 09, 2012 (3:23 pm)
I am not familiar with the Accord pricing but for Toyota Camry SE it is already possible to get 3800~4000 off MSRP price here is Socal. So definitely dealer is still making money even for under invoice price.
dinoman's post in last page said he got a 2900 off MSRP deal already so I was thinking 3000~3500 off MSRP is doable, but now its just a matter of supply and demand since the 2013 Accord just came out. Also, I understand that the Accord will always be a bit expensive than Camrys, so thats why I said i can justify 1k~1.3k more. Camry SE and Accord Sport are direct competition.
So if anyone here has purchased experience in Socal and the general idea pricing for the Accord would help a lot. Thanks you.
#27224 of 29854 invoice 2013 Accord
Oct 09, 2012 (3:35 pm)
EX-L V-6 4dr
FWD 6-speed Automatic
#27225 of 29854 2013 Honda Accord Finance Rates
Oct 09, 2012 (5:33 pm)
Has anyone finance a 2013 Accord through Honda Finance? If yes, please share APR rate with your fico score (average, good, excellent etc).
#27226 of 29854 Re: South California Honda Accord Sport [zonecar]
Oct 09, 2012 (5:49 pm)
Yes, supply and demand will always determine pricing. You can pay a bit more and get the car you really want or you can "settle" for something less.
If a car is being discounted 2900.00 below MSRP there is a reason.
Also, don't believe all of the "prices paid" figures you see in forums like this. Some are for real and some.....well.....were a stretch to say the least.
#27227 of 29854 Re: Pricing Expectations [carguy2121]
Oct 09, 2012 (7:13 pm)
I bought a 2012 Honda Accord EXL, I4 without Navigation for 22K + TTL which came to 24.5K OTD about 2 weeks before in Maryland. is it less than the invoice price??
#27228 of 29854 Re: 2013 Honda Accord LX 22,800 [kspj]
Oct 09, 2012 (10:04 pm)
...i got a quote at Norm reeves honda --Southern California Dealership 22645.00 for Sport and 21119.00 for the LX....if you are in southern california...I suggest that you try to get an internet quote at this dealership then tryto haggle at about 500 below the quote....but make sure you eat first before you go to the dealership and dont be afraid to walk away. rate is 4.9%
#27229 of 29854 Re: South California Honda Accord Sport [zonecar]
Oct 09, 2012 (10:13 pm)
Toyota of Orange and Miller Toyota of Anaheim will sell you the SE with msrp of 24645.00 at 22OTD, just be firm...they will give it to you.....or if you dont have time to haggle, wait for the Ad this Friday for 19995 but that is after 1000.00 college rebate, you will be looking at 20995 + ttl if yyou go with the add.....I suggest you go haggle. 1000.00 is still 1000.00, it will be a lot of back and forth and they will ask you where you get that price. tell them "if you cant give it then let me know immediately so I can try Power toyota Irvine, Irvin will have the add on Sunday only--FYI. Norm reeves Honda price for 2013 LX is 21119 and 22645 for the sport...this is from the internet department. Good luck
#27230 of 29854 2013 Accord 4EXL
Oct 09, 2012 (11:03 pm)
I'm in Berkeley and looking for a 4cvt exl. I've got a price from Consumer Reports of $27,179; I'm going to check out what I can get through Costco, but I'm wondering if I could get a better price haggling.
#27231 of 29854 Re: South California Honda Accord Sport [rob_v6]
Oct 10, 2012 (1:07 am)
Thanks for the info. We were researching for the price of Camry SE for weeks and the lowest we got is 22800OTD from Tustin and Orange, do you know who you spoke to get 22k OTD? that will be a good price for the 2012 model.. almost pull the trigger but once dig more about the Accord Sport we decided to focus on Accord now.
Will try norm reeves honda and let you know, if I can get 22145 cash price for the gray Sport CVT than might pull the trigger. Btw, did you haggle the price with them already? Or do you know who specific I can talk to get best deal?