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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#27473 of 29863 2013 accord ex-l
Nov 10, 2012 (11:43 am)
Just leased a 2013 accord ex-l.
Got the sale price down to $26,000 which is $400 below invoice.
Also managed to get first month lease payment paid by the dealer.
$345/month for 36 months
15K miles per year (paid extra to go from 12K to 15K)
Total OTD price (including all taxes (7% nj sales tax) and fees)= $27516
2 free oil-changes
Don't pay over invoice for this car! It is very much possible to get any trim of 2013 accord at invoice or even below invoice!
#27474 of 29863 Re: truecar [alvlee01]
Nov 10, 2012 (12:15 pm)
Quote alvlee01: "Here's a hint to all of you trying to get a deal on the 2013's...you can't negotiate on this car...and feel lucky if they knock off a few hundred bucks. Honda dealerships don't need to discount this car to sell them...the Honda dealership by my house had 10 in the first week of it's release, and they are down to their last one after just one weekend and they've all sold for MSRP and they've also kicked out more people who were dumb enough to ask for more than $100 off"
LOL, if that's the best you can do fine, but I and apparently several others here are doing much better than MSRP! Brian123 is absolutely correct, you may have to email/call 10 or 20 dealers, and probably 90% of them will not entertain anything near invoice, however a couple, after some back and forth, will, and those are the ones you want to deal with! Of course you are free to go along with the mindless masses and waste your hard earned money, but for those who can engage their minds there's no reason to donate a extra grand or two to some megadealer so they can build a new showroom with a nail salon and Starbucks...LOL!
#27475 of 29863 Re: 2013 accord ex-l [honda_ig]
Nov 10, 2012 (6:31 pm)
Congratulations. Should have had you pick one up for me
Please share the dealer you used. Thanks
#27476 of 29863 Honda Accord Sport 2013 vs Subaru Legacy Premium 2013
Nov 11, 2012 (12:23 am)
The 2013 Honda Accord Sport and the Subaru Legacy Premium 2013 have alot in common, but are also different in a few ways.
Both have: CVT engines, identical price tags, and almost the same gas mileage to name a few.
Differences: Honda is very sporty with dual exhaust, nice wheels, and LED lights, as compared to the Subaru which is more bland, but has AWD.
I've narrowed my search to these two vehicles after test driving many cars, but just can not make up my mind. Each have their perks.
I live in up-state NY where the weather can change for the worst fast. Therefore a safe vehicle is important to me, but I'm young and want to drive a car that will stand out a little. Will winter tires make the Honda just as good as the Subaru in the winter?
Thoughts on these two vehicles?
#27477 of 29863 Re: 2013 Accord LX Purchase [tpbc]
Nov 11, 2012 (2:19 am)
I have a 2013 Honda Accord LX Automatic. Very smooth CVT and its way better then the CVT in the Altima. Overall drives very well. I do have some issues and don't know if anyone else has had these issues: pulls/drifts to the right and the steering column makes a crackling sound when turning it and on hard turns the column shakes/vibrates.
Hope this helps.
Nov 11, 2012 (6:03 am)
I'm in Midlothian VA and paid 28,635 OTD for a 2013 Accord Ex-L V6.
The one regret I have about my negotiation process is that I didn't negotiate down from the 2.4% I was offered for financing.
I also got Honda Care from an online dealership for less than 1/3 what the dealer offered their warranty package for.
Nov 11, 2012 (1:50 pm)
hondainfinite: Which Honda Dealership did you go to? What was your sale price without TTT&P (tax, tags, title, & processing)? I'm in the market for an EX-L but not a V6 unless I can get a really great deal.
#27480 of 29863 2013 Accord Sedan CVT EX (4 Cylinders) best price
Nov 11, 2012 (1:51 pm)
What is a great price for 2013 Honda Accord EX Sedan CVT (4 Cylinders) in Southern California? I want to know a good price that includes destination charge? Is $23,800 something I can achieve?
#27481 of 29863 Just bought EX-L 4 cyl. Champagne Frost
Nov 11, 2012 (2:44 pm)
I followed some of the suggestions on this forum by listing about 30 dealers in GA, AL and SC. I started about a month ago by getting quotes from each dealers web site, while making offers on others. Some I emailed. All the prices came back not much more than $1200 off MSRP. Finally I got some decent replies last week quoting near Invoice. None of the Atlanta dealers came close. I soon learned that it was better to deal with the dealership that had the car I wanted in the so far hard to find Champagne Frost. On Friday I had a 130 mile away dealer offer $100 over invoice if I came that day. I called our local dealer in W. Central GA to see if they'd match and they did. Not long after we drove the car home, dealer in Columbia SC emailed with a price that would have been about $500 less. I would have driven the 600 mile round trip miles to get it, but it was too late. My wife's car is in the shop and she needed something to drive pretty quick, otherwise I would have haggled toward year-end. If you are persistent, you will definitely find your price. The SC price just for the car was $26,511. I also could have bought an EX-L V6 for Invoice from 2 dealers, one in Alabama and the other from the same dealer in SC.
#27482 of 29863 Re: Just bought EX-L 4 cyl. Champagne Frost [sheldoncped]
Nov 11, 2012 (3:42 pm)
sheldoncped, What dealer did you deal with in Ala and west central GA? Thanks.