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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#28009 of 32173 2013 Accord Sedan EX-L V6 w/o Navi
Jan 12, 2013 (3:50 pm)
Wondering if this is a good deal:
They threw in guards and wheel locks. Put a deposit down since they didn't have my color. I might need to call them about the tax. Bought in VA but live in NC, it seems a little low.
Shopped initially for Acura TL and Audi A4, but I loved my Civic and stuck with Honda. Used carwoo.com to help with the offers.
#28010 of 32173 Re: 2013 Accord vs Sonata [sandman_6472]
Jan 12, 2013 (4:19 pm)
I am still scratching my head in a way. Specially as a dealer offered me $750 less. The total would be like $16,860 for my OTD for a 2013 Mazda 6 isport automatic. I will meditate until Monday and see what's best. Again the 2013 accord won't go for less than 22k OTD. So I am still somewhat debating.
I guess you would go for the Mazda.
When I test drove the Mazda, for the first 2000 feet or so there was clucking clucking noise that went away completely after that. It wasn't the car color I wanted so it wasn't going to be that one anyway. But the reviews about engines failing and transmission going bad were what made me wonder and pull back. By the way the dealer is in Easton PA if anyone is interested.
#28011 of 32173 Re: 2013 Accord Sedan EX-L V6 w/o Navi [mycuzinvinny]
Jan 12, 2013 (4:22 pm)
where do you live
#28012 of 32173 Re: 2013 Accord vs Sonata [mvperez4jesus]
Jan 12, 2013 (4:34 pm)
By the way my hopeful philosophy is that I will keep the accord for 120k150k saving me $2600-$3500 in gas. Plus Resale value and hopefully less money in maintenance, and the accord extra features: back up camera, bluetooth, alloy wheels, better crash testing will pay in the long run.
On the other hand with the Mazda I would save now and if reliability proof to be good, I wouldhave saved a lot of money.
The really odd thing about the Mazda is that I found out that they stopped production of that car in August 2012 and they still have leftovers. There were about 7k as of December.
They won't make them in Florida and they moved them to Japan for 2014 because they are not selling and don't get me wrong, is a hot looking car imho, and for those prices it makes me wonder why not more people are driving them.
#28013 of 32173 Re: 2013 Accord Sedan EX-L V6 w/o Navi [brian125]
Jan 12, 2013 (4:35 pm)
Raleigh area but bought in Danville VA.
Jan 12, 2013 (4:43 pm)
Has anyone been tracking the lowest prices paid for a 2013 Honda Accord LX CVT in the tri-State area PA, NY, NJ? Thanks
#28015 of 32173 Re: Flat tire [wetwillys]
Jan 12, 2013 (5:37 pm)
HOnda's warranty does not cover the tires. If you check the documents you were given, you will find the tire manufacturer's warranty.
If your flat tire was caused by a road hazard like a nail, your flat won't be covered. You will only get something back from the tire manufacturer if there was a defect in the tire.
#28016 of 32173 Re: 2013 Honda Accord EXL w/Navi [benjaminh]
Jan 12, 2013 (5:54 pm)
The dealer in Jersey City is Metro Honda but I would find it hard to believe that there wasn't a trade-in involved or some high rate financing. Mayser's price of $27.5K including destination is almost $2K under invoice.
#28017 of 32173 Re: 2013 Honda Accord EXL w/Navi [gee22]
Jan 12, 2013 (6:50 pm)
I'm actually in talks with Metro honda right know.. managers name is baldimir i will let you know. jersey dealers with high doc fee's that wont come down on sale price of car is something you need to consider. Most of the jersey dealers will quote you between 400 and 600 below dealers invoice. all have doc fee's of 249 to 400 dollars. that means if you cant go any lower on car price your buying close to invoice price.. Last day of the month is your target buying date.
#28018 of 32173 Re: 2013 Accord Sedan EX-L V6 w/o Navi [mycuzinvinny]
Jan 13, 2013 (4:26 am)
your dealership went almost 1 k below invoice. really good price. but you gave 400 back for doc fee's. they are crooks these dealers..
i think when the accord market loosens up people could get the 1k plus the doc fee's added to sale price. right know most deals are going 400 to 850 below invoice knowing there recouping 300 to 500 on doc fee's. Every month you could wait longer the price will get better.