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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#27373 of 32167 Re: Almost 13 years have come and gone [isellhondas]
Oct 23, 2012 (6:25 pm)
I really agree with you on the sales experience. Just do it!
I purchased a new 2013 Accord Touring on 9/13/12. I traded my 2012 Civic coupe which I bought in July of 2011. The new Touring is truly an outstanding car. This is my seventh Honda since 86 , four Civics, two Accords and a CRV.
I really grew to hate my 2012 CIVIC. Honda almost lost my wife and I as long term customers over it. I was looking seriously at the 2013 Altima as a replacement but I was leary about the CVT. I drove one and was not impressed. My wife and I drove the 2013 Accord Touring and when I accelerated onto I-27, the car sold itself. It was very smooth and powerful. It is without a doubt the quietest Honda I have ever driven. I really liked the V6 with the six speed automatic. Love the adaptive cruise control and LED head lights. This car is a refined Acura in a Honda body.
My wife were so impressed we decided to buy it on the spot. My terms were 2.9% from Honda for 60 months. Per my salesman, dealers are holding very close to MSRP on the high end EX-L and Touring models
I paid $500 below invoice but this was the third new car that I bought from Southwest Honda in three years: 2010 CRV, 2012 CIVIC, and 2013 Accord and I reminded them of that and my disatisfaction and disappointment with the 2012 CIVIC. The 2013 Accord is truly an outstanding vehicle and I am glad that I made the switch. Well done Honda!
#27374 of 32167 2013 accord ex
Oct 23, 2012 (6:29 pm)
23640 + 250 dealer fee+ tax and title for the accord ex in nyc area.
#27375 of 32167 DV78... POST DEALERSHIPS NAME IN NYC AREA
Oct 23, 2012 (7:26 pm)
FOLKS...THIS IS OUR FORUM TO BUY AND SHARE ON THE HONDA ACCORD ALWAYS POST THE DEALERSHIPS NAME AND CITY YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT. ALSO POST YOUR QUOTED OR PURCHASED PRICE... CANT POST SALESMANS NAME...
#27376 of 32167 Re: 2013 Honda Accord LX 22,800 [kspj]
Oct 23, 2012 (7:35 pm)
Does this include taxes and registration?
#27377 of 32167 Re: 2013 accord coupe ex cvt [brian125]
Oct 23, 2012 (11:25 pm)
My girlfriend wants to buy a 2013 Accord LX within the next few days. I noticed that you listed the invoice price on the recently discussed Accord Coupe as 24466 with a list of 27455. That seems like too low an invoice price. Its like 3000 below MSRP. What is your source. If this invoice price is correct for the coupe, what would be the invoice price on a 2013 Accord LX with a MSRP of
23260. Also I would like to read your post on online buying, what date is it. Thanks.
#27378 of 32167 Re: 2013 accord coupe ex cvt [brian125]
Oct 24, 2012 (3:23 am)
Hey Brian, right now I'm looking at 27,125 otd. I'm going to try to get them to waive the 200 processing fee. Weymouth has the ex coupe listed at a bit more then 24k. So I'm thinking 24,900 would be great if all I had on top was to tag and tax it.
#27379 of 32167 Re: 2013 accord coupe ex cvt [mike372]
Oct 24, 2012 (6:23 am)
you are asking for different things: EX CVT Coupe - LX Coupe - and LX sedan
which are you looking for the pricing for?
even on Edmunds, the invoice pricing is:
LX COUPE invoice: $22,148 MSRP: $24,200 (+ tax, tags, title, dealer fee)
EX COUPE invoice: $23,676 MSRP: $25,875 (+tax, tags, title, dealer fee)
LX SEDAN invoice: $20,579 MSRP: $22,480 (+tax, tags, title, dealer fee)
just look up "invoice pricing" and it will list all prices on the model and trim you are looking for
as someone who recently purchased a 2012 accord (within last 2 weeks) - i will tell you it was VERY hard to get a deal on a 2013. if we could have gotten a deal on the 2013, we wouldn't have bought the 2012. there are no dealer incentives on the 2013 models for this month since they just came out. this means the dealer is not getting lump cash from the manufacturer. also, the 2013 honda accord is the single best selling car in the U.S. at this time - with about 5 days after it is received at dealer until sale of vehicle. this makes it nearly impossible to "get a good deal" as they don't have to give you one - they KNOW it will sell, and quickly. if you can get a great deal - that is phenomenal! hats off to you and your area dealer - ours could not
we paid $2000 UNDER invoice for a 2012 model. yes, it can be done. we have done it with every one of the 30 cars we have purchased over the years.
#27380 of 32167 Re: 2013 accord coupe ex cvt [islover]
Oct 24, 2012 (2:06 pm)
I meant the 2013 Accord LX sedan with automatic which lists for 23,260. I was able to get a price today of 21,184 including doc fee plus taxes reg and title. It was the best price I could get by about $500.00. The dealer doesnt have a fancy building but I dont care, as I understand it any Honda dealer has to perform the warranty work. What do you think? Should I go for it. The price is about 175 below invoice which seems to be the absolute best at this time.
#27382 of 32167 2012 Honda Accord EX-L V6
Oct 24, 2012 (3:58 pm)
Was quoted internet price of $23,942, I think this is a pretty good price. I'm in So Cal, 92646 zip, thoughts?