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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#27978 of 32167 Re: Accord Vs. Altima Vs. Camry [brian125]
Jan 10, 2013 (6:20 pm)
Well said Brian:
Here is the other part of the equation.
Edmunds sent me a 750.00$ Visa card offer if i buy the 2013 Altima
before Feb. 2, 2013. Still a little skeptical about the Visa Card. Also, their is a 500$ rebate that CAN be combined with the 750$. It probably
has a 24 hr. use it or lose it clause. My priority was also the resale difference
between Honda vs. Nissan.
What is the difference in price between the 2013 Accord LX and the
2013 Altima S?
Is their a price point on the 2 vehicles you would be a buyer, and what
dealerships in So. or No. CA would you recommend?
#27979 of 32167 Re: Accord Vs. Altima Vs. Camry [coches1]
Jan 10, 2013 (6:53 pm)
Price between both cars can be found on edmunds check out both invoice price and standard options . Resale value is better on the accord How much i dont know. your not talking thousands . my best guess would be up to 1k more on the
Accord.. You could call capital one auto i'm sure they have the answer..
Live in New York cant say who's good in C.A. If you apply buying like i said you will have your answer on best dealers and pricing.
#27980 of 32167 Re: Accord Vs. Altima Vs. Camry [coches1]
Jan 10, 2013 (11:09 pm)
Read the user reviews of both cars here on Edmunds. I think you'll find that there are a lot of problems already with the new Altima. I would stay away from that car. Read the new Accord customer reviews and they are pretty glowing.
Jan 11, 2013 (3:32 am)
Wondering, what is the lowest price for the 2013 accord cvt so far in the NJ, NY, PA area so far? Also how much lower can it from now until let's say May?
Curious because I had an agreement on a 2013 Mazda 6 sport automatic for 17653 OTD in PA and I am wondering if it was worth the shot vs paying between 21500-22k for an accord. Any suggestions help thanks
Jan 11, 2013 (3:43 am)
Just to give a background, this forum was so helpful when I bought my 2008 accord Lx, in sept 2008. At that timeI could say I got the lowest price possible in this area it was $20k otd back then. The car has been good w me and only rear brakes oil.both air cabin filters. Transmission fluids in other words just regular maintenance plus tires. I can't complaint w 78k miles. But I have to get a 2nd car by may the latest or perhaps sooner. So I happened to bump in to that ma deal mentioned above. I am not bs with the price I had a contract and everything in writing and I backed just based in reliability between the accord and Mazda 6. But I can still go back until this weekend. Any thoughts help. Thanks for feedback in the decision and current prices and possible deals thanks.
#27983 of 32167 Re: Accord Vs. Altima Vs. Camry [romil01]
Jan 11, 2013 (6:08 am)
What forum discussion category are the 2013
Honda Accord glowing? The categories I found
did not seem to be glowing.
#27984 of 32167 Re: Accord Vs. Altima Vs. Camry [coches1]
Jan 11, 2013 (6:40 am)
I'm just looking at the normal user reviews for the car in the New Car section. Sure there are a few with some issues, but most seem to be very positive overall. Whereas if you look at the Altima's reviews and scroll down the page, greater than 50% of them have a lot of negative things to say about the car.
#27985 of 32167 Re: 2013 Honda Accord 2013 [mvperez4jesus]
Jan 11, 2013 (7:15 am)
Your price on the Mazda 6 is pretty good for the value that you get. Our Mazda3s just hit 115k today and it has been a great, reliable car overall. We had a few issues after we hit the 100k mark, but that can happen with any car with that amount of mileage. Mazda's are great cars and at that price, it's an outstanding deal. Sure the Accord is a great car also but for the price difference, the Mazda sounds really sweet.
#27986 of 32167 Re: 2013 Honda Accord 2013 [sandman_6472]
Jan 11, 2013 (8:00 am)
to be honest, I had been thinking about back and forth, i got scared when i read some mazda "engine problems" in a forum here in edmunds, where the engine completly failed on people. So, that's why i backed from the deal, but i am not sure if it is a mistake. I had a 1998 mazda 626 6cyl before the accord that kept overheating and failing oxygen sensors. So, that's why, but like i said, is about $4-5k difference between one car and the other. I would think and hope that the better fuel efficiency, reliability and resale value of the accord will make up for the difference in price in the life of the car, but again, believe me, i am still meditating about it, but thanks i appreciate your feedback.
#27987 of 32167 Re: 2013 Honda Accord 2013 [mvperez4jesus]
Jan 11, 2013 (8:25 am)
Were the problems from this generation of Mazda 6? I'm sure most cars have a few problems that are being reported in these forums. I have read about numerous rear brake issues with the last generation of Accord and the new Sonata but not sure if every car manufactured does indeed have these issues. Any car can have problems and be a lemon, but overall, most are probably not affected. It's really all about personal preference and how much you really want to spend. I personally think you want the Accord and not the Mazda or the latter would already be in your driveway.
There will always be the nagging question in the back of your mind did you make a mistake by not going with the Accord is going to make you very unhappy as the months tick by. Your actions show me that you want the Accord, so...BUY THE ACCORD and don't look back.