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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#28466 of 32203 Re: 2013 Accord EX-L sedan 4-cylinder quote [jimmytulsa]
Feb 17, 2013 (12:23 pm)
Seems like you have a really good deal on the table. If you could wait til the end of the month you might catch honda's cash incentive. There is no garauntee thou it will be out at months end but i assure you it should be within the next month or so.
#28467 of 32203 Re: 2013 Accord LX CVT near Washington, DC [charles99]
Feb 17, 2013 (12:38 pm)
Just to confirm the $21, 221 OTD, Was the total price, Minus the Trade in $1,500 which would then be $19,721 OTD Correct? The OTD price fom Anderson sounds similar to the one I had by just emailing them directly, without even trying.
Please confirm, thanks
#28468 of 32203 Re: 2013 V6 EX-L no navi OTD $ [jjjaymmman]
Feb 17, 2013 (12:54 pm)
Every state has a different tax rate. OTD price wont tell you.. 1st info You need is the sale price of vehicle to compare best prices. The other info is doc fee's. Your going to see some good prices posted after this weekend.
I was trying to work out a deal with a local dealership near my house in myrtle beach last month but he would not budge on his price and the dealership doc fee's were high.
Did you deal with any dealerships near S.C. myrtle beach?
#28469 of 32203 Re: 2013 V6 EX-L no navi OTD $ [brian125]
Feb 17, 2013 (1:30 pm)
I do understand that Brian, I was just posting what I paid for this vehicle and I was trying to see what others got in this region. Tell me what you find out in SC. I still think my $28500.32 OTD was good for this area.
Feb 17, 2013 (1:31 pm)
Going to shop for an accord tomorrow. Are people really getting them for under invoice? Would be nice to see selling prices less taxes etc. Everyone has a different tax rate.
#28471 of 32203 Re: 2013 Accord EX-L sedan 4-cylinder quote [brian125]
Feb 17, 2013 (1:33 pm)
Brian, how can you "assure" someone of anything?
We NEVER knew until the last minute what incentives (if any) Honda would be offering or extending.
" It should be within the next month or so"
Really? You are guessing and it seemed everytime we tried to guess we were wrong.
As we approach the spring and summer months sales will pick up and if anything, incentives won't happen. No reason in the world to offer incentives
on hot selling cars especiallly models in short supply.
Not that it matters since I no longer have a dog in the fight (retired) but that 2013 Accord is a real winner in my book!
Honda listened and made a great car even better! So much car for the money!
#28472 of 32203 Re: 2013 V6 EX-L no navi OTD $ [jjjaymmman]
Feb 17, 2013 (1:46 pm)
You price was much better. East coast was about 650 below invoice but doc's were high. I'm flying down next week so i will check out some dealers in S.C.
#28473 of 32203 Re: 2013 Accord EX-L sedan 4-cylinder quote [isellhondas]
Feb 17, 2013 (2:17 pm)
From what i'm hearing from the Honda circles sales wont be a slam dunk as some are predicting and with the other Car companies like Hyundia, kia, Nissan, VW, and Toyota comming out with there cash incentives it will only be a matter of time for Honda incentives to follow.. Last time i checked Nissan Altima, Toyota Camry, and Hyundia Sonata are still out selling the Accord. The Accord is the best buy out there for under 30k IMHO but alot of people will buy another brand for the deal. Altima sales are thru the roof for this quarter. Kia's flagship car will come out this month the 2014 Cadenza . looks like a homerun also.. Ford focus has a $2500 cash incentive right know. Competition will drive this market.
#28474 of 32203 Re: 2013 Accord LX CVT near Washington, DC [mvperez4jesus]
Feb 17, 2013 (2:35 pm)
That's correct ... after the trade in the cost OTD was $19,721.74. Our quote from Anderson was an OTD of $21,869.50, of course that does not take into account anything to do with the trade in, which would lower the overall cost because of the total tax being reduced. That was the quote we used for nearby dealers to get something better. Sport certainly seemed willing to listen, and several other dealers wanted to beat Anderson, too. The thoroughness of the Anderson quote by email helped provide some legitimacy, which some of our early offers from other dealers lacked.
Best of luck! Let me know if you have any other questions about our experience.
#28475 of 32203 Re: Pricing [solidgranite]
Feb 17, 2013 (2:36 pm)
Look at my first post a page before yours ... you'll see my price breakdown for the LX CVT we purchased yesterday ... almost $1,600 under invoice.