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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#28022 of 29563 Re: 2013 Honda Accord Sport [13as]
Jan 13, 2013 (9:01 am)
Did you get a College Grad Discount or Loyalty ownership discount or something. I am in touch with AutoSport Honda and the best they can offer for Accord Sport CVT is 21655 + $790 dest. You got for almost $1500 less. Who was your sales rep ?
#28023 of 29563 Re: Post dealership Names [brian125]
Jan 13, 2013 (9:49 am)
Brian, update to Weymouth's price on the 13 Touring. We agreed to the price I mentioned in my previous post (1000 below invoice with 239 doc fee =761 total below invoice) and I am now waiting delivery of vehicle(1/2st Week in Feb 13) to Weymouth from the factory since there were no Black tourings located in North East that had less than 200miles(demo's) or would would trade with his dealership. Tourings are in low number right now.
Will update forum when I actually purchase vin. By the way no delerships in VA can even come close to it and will not come below invoice and they want to stick you with 499-599 processing fee's. I dont see how/why people here in VA are letting the dealerships get away with those profits. I did learn something with all of the negotiating with around 50 dealerships in Va and GA. The ones who really tried to match Weymouths (which there were none who could) there were a few sales mangers told me if I could get the car for that price I should jump on it and don't let that deal go since I would not see that pricing here locally. I figured those dealerships were at least giving me the straight talk.
#28024 of 29563 higher prices in Jan compared to Dec end
Jan 13, 2013 (10:33 am)
After contacting Weymouth's in MA and AutoSport in NJ, I am noticing atleast $500 difference compared to End of Dec prices.
#28025 of 29563 Re: 2013 Accord Sedan EX-L V6 w/o Navi [michaelvox]
Jan 13, 2013 (10:44 am)
That is what they put down for the tax. I won't argue, I was expecting ~800 for tax.
#28027 of 29563 Re: Flat tire [isellhondas]
Jan 13, 2013 (10:58 am)
Actually, I did take it to a local tire place. They tried to plug the tire but the hold was too large so I had to buy a new tire. Just sucks I had to replace a tire with 800 miles on it.
#28028 of 29563 Re: Post dealership Names [darrin8]
Jan 13, 2013 (1:28 pm)
Are you taking a train to boston to pick up your car???????????????????????? I personally think, dont know yet til i start my negotiations on last day this month that there are a couple of honda dealerships here in new york with only $75 dollar doc fee's..
i plan on trying to get my best deal with them after getting best prices from New jersey dealers. i know if i go to Weymouth honda i could do 1k or better.
Here is a list of N.J. dealerships who i like in best to worst order and feel can get the best price closest to Weymouth honda if anybody is interested.
2- Paul Miller
5- DCH Acedamy Good dealership 500 below has been there lowest price.
6- Garden State........... maybe
7-Metro.. Always load there cars with add on's gotta know how to negotiate,high doc fee's $369
8- Planet honda.. High doc fee's of 398 claim to match any offer on paper so unless you can get a great price quote dont expect much at this place.
#28029 of 29563 Re: Flat tire [wetwillys]
Jan 13, 2013 (1:18 pm)
Had the same problem two weeks after we bought the wife's Mazda back in '05...had to purchase a new tire and then two months later, a new alloy. Was sorry then that we didn't purchase the tire/rim package from the F&I guy but since then, only normal wear and tear. This is one of the pitfalls of owning a vehicle...shit like this seems to happen sometimes. Just have to chalk it up to bad luck and move on...sucks, but hey, life does suck sometimes!
#28030 of 29563 Re: 2013 Honda Accord [brian125]
Jan 13, 2013 (1:22 pm)
Thanks for the info, I have seen some decent deals, but I am also waiting for better ones. I also noticed that for big holidays, like memorial day or quarter ends, are also good time. The other accord I bought was from garden state Honda and was via their special emails 4.5k off sticker price. No hassles as long as you show them their email. Their doc fees are $399 so I will say closer to 4k off my 08 accord.
Open Road Honda and garden state send some decent prices via email every now and then. Tracking those emails, I noticed that like I said before on memorial day week they go down as much as 1k from their normal low prices. So I will see if I will wait that long. Good luck w yours.
#28031 of 29563 Re: 2013 Honda Accord [mvperez4jesus]
Jan 13, 2013 (1:42 pm)
Open Road has high doc fee's 398.. Presidents weekend is a really good time to get a great deal on all cars.. Dealers looking to push out those numbers and getting$$$ support/ incentives from there companies..
Memorial day week is end of year sales to me. you always can get great pricing on any vehicle at that time. I like to buy my new model cars in Dec of the previous year or in the next 2 months at best. I keep them 4 to 5 years. This gives me the full benefits of owning the vehicle that whole model year. Buying a new car is probably the worst investment we all can make financially with repairs and depreciation values. But like i say... You only live once.