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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#27672 of 29566 Re: 2013 Accord Sedan EX-L - Price Break Down [lausannew]
Dec 10, 2012 (7:49 pm)
I live in Fredericksburg VA. I purchased an Accord 2013 EX-L V6 no navi. Price paid was $27,794 (which includes the Destination Fee), $55 for wheel locks, $399 Processing fee plus VA sales tax and tags. Total out the door price paid was $29,101. There was no trade involved, just a new car purchase. Car dealership is in Stafford VA (Pohanka Honda). I followed the process posted by carcam123. I researched the internet price on the Weymouth Honda MA website and secured a quote from the Weymouth dealership (Weymouth price was $27,794 which includes Destination Fee plus a $239 processing fee). The Weymouth quote addressed the process associated with an out of state purchase. I took a copy of the Weymouth quote to Pohanka Honda and negotiated a comparable deal. The Pohanka deal was based on the same price quoted by Weymouth for the car plus Pohanka's $399 processing fee, ($160 difference). You can use the same process to purchase an Accord 2013 EX-L V6 w/nav or any other configuration of the car. I have had my car for about six weeks (commuter car driven 100 miles daily) and have throughly enjoyed the car. Mileage is averaging about 31-32 MPG (without using the Eco button) it's an excellent car!
#27673 of 29566 Re: Honda Accord LX 2013 CVT [new2honda2013]
Dec 11, 2012 (12:41 pm)
How much is your leather upgrade costs ?
#27674 of 29566 Re: Honda Accord LX 2013 CVT [nkommineni]
Dec 11, 2012 (2:06 pm)
Every dealer I asked told me that leather is $1000 extra.
#27675 of 29566 2013 Honda Accord LX
Dec 11, 2012 (9:00 pm)
For those of you are interested in a basic LX. This is what I paid for a basic model with auto trans.: $20,000+TTL= OTD about $21.6K.
#27676 of 29566 Re: 2013 Honda Accord LX [cornucopia]
Dec 11, 2012 (10:29 pm)
Can you identify the state you purchased (and the sales tax % for that state) and the dealership?
#27677 of 29566 Re: New Accord price [jmcshane]
Dec 12, 2012 (3:14 am)
In Southern California around Los Angeles and Santa Monica.
#27678 of 29566 2013 Honda Accord LX Purchase Price Details
Dec 12, 2012 (11:28 am)
Have put the details on http://www.commondoubts.com/blog/new2013hondaaccordprice
Purchase made in Cook County Illinois. 8.24% is the cook county Tax.
Vehicle is so far good. Pandora and all can really be used only if you have a good data plan. Hands free link is cool. You need to set it up properly. Had to leave the dealer early and so couldn't use much of his assistance to set up the hands free link.
The only thing that may be I did a hurry was to enroll for a Titanium Protection Plan from Equi-Pro. I would advice that you go through the fine print and then decide if you need it. My understanding is that the fine print gives a lot of ifs and buts. Also this the dealer showed and explained to me at the last minute and so I did not get much time to review it and had to go with the gut feeling. Also I was told that this plan can be taken only on the purchase date. You can have it for 1,2,3,4 or 5 years. I went with the 2 year option. Costs around 750$ + tax which came around to be 62$. So total of 812$.
Dec 12, 2012 (9:05 pm)
What is TTL?
#27680 of 29566 Re: TTL [jackson72]
Dec 13, 2012 (1:12 am)
Tax, Title, License fees.
#27681 of 29566 2013 Accord LX CVT Lease in Mass
Dec 13, 2012 (12:36 pm)
I leased a 2013 Honda Accord LX Auto with CVT for $22,159.87 Adjusted Capitalized Cost. Honda has a $500 incentive that is reflected in this price above. I ended up rolling in all sales tax, title, registration, and 15,000 miles annual-into the price above. I paid nothing out of pocket and Honda is paying my first month lease payment. I leased at Herb Chambers Honda in Seekonk, Massachusetts. I have a $295 per month lease payment for 36 months and the residual value is $14,194.70.
Does this sound like it was a good deal? (It did to me, and I knew most of the key points. the capitalized cost came out higher than I anticipated, but I understand that the dealer rolled the out of pocket costs on top of the capitalized cost)