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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#28488 of 29572 Re: Sport Honda MD [pegasus17]
Feb 17, 2013 (6:39 pm)
Also, I don't live close by, so I would need something in writing w vin number and everything before I even bother w traveling so far.
After someone bought the one from them at $19, 790 (yesterday), I decided to sign up for their e-mail list today and they sent me the email tonight and decided to share. Is a presidents day special that started yesterday. So w all likelihood they will say something like "we sold that specific car" and after checking their inventory, they don't have the Color I am looking for.
But thought it gives those that perhaps live close by an idea where to start and another dealer to email when hunting for their Accord.
#28489 of 29572 Re: Sport Honda MD [brian125]
Feb 17, 2013 (6:46 pm)
Good u mentioned it, as I am not looking for any add on. I would rather buy in nj, pa, but is good to have the option or their e-mail quote as a starting point or having it matched by a dealer near by.
Hey Brian, r u trying to get yours this weekend? I am curious as I know u were considering getting yours around this time.
I hope u do well if u decide to buy now.
#28490 of 29572 Re: Sport Honda MD [mvperez4jesus]
Feb 17, 2013 (7:17 pm)
Be careful with Anderson. I'm going to try to work a deal tomm. The higher end models are not selling like the lx models. . i would of bought from Anderson last month but they had alot of crap on the vehicles and would not discount. Anderson honda was at 953 below invoice. both models i asked for had a ton of add ons. So add his doc fee's and add ons and your back around 5 or 600 below at best.. I'm wondering if his lx models were the same. Every dealer plays a different game.
#28491 of 29572 Re: 2013 Accord EX-L sedan 4-cylinder quote [brian125]
Feb 17, 2013 (9:18 pm)
Again, you are guessing.
People should focus on the CAR and not the DEAL!
I would hate to think someone would buy a car they really dont like or a car with poor resale value over a "deal " but I know it happens.
#28492 of 29572 Re: Sport Honda MD [brian125]
Feb 17, 2013 (9:20 pm)
Those "add on" you don't like (or want to pay for) may represent the ONLY profit they make on a car that you want them to sell for what they paid for it.
It's not so much a "game", it's an attempt to stay in business by making a (gasp) profit!
#28493 of 29572 Re: Sport Honda MD [mvperez4jesus]
Feb 17, 2013 (9:52 pm)
The email from Sports Honda in MD for president's Day Sale mentions clearly :
Its a Door Buster and only 1 Accord LX CVT at 18495 + Dest at that price.
Rest of the Accord LX CVT are 19670 + Dest.
#28494 of 29572 Re: Sport Honda MD [jammike]
Feb 18, 2013 (4:51 am)
Yes, I was aware of that and it started Saturday. Either way, even that is a good price. I won't necessarily buy it now, but like I said before is another option for those looking in that area or those that will buy now.
#28495 of 29572 Re: Sport Honda MD [jammike]
Feb 18, 2013 (4:59 am)
Never mind, that price is just average (I didn't realize the dest fee) and the car for that price was an specific stock number as I mentioned in a previous post. Someone bought for them this weekend at a $19, 790 w dest. So, again it is just another dealer that people may consider when buying.
#28496 of 29572 Re: Sport Honda MD [jammike]
Feb 18, 2013 (5:27 am)
By the way, my e-mail didn't specify how much the rest of the LX would go for. It had other trims and other Honda models. Good that u pointed that out.
#28497 of 29572 Re: Pricing [charles99]
Feb 18, 2013 (10:26 am)
When you say you are $1600 below invoice, you are accounting for the value of your car. The OTD price, independent of any trade in, is the figure that should be looked at - $21,221, which is a really good price. That $19,700 figure is misleading to believe that someone could get a new Honda for that price! Sure they can get that price if they trade in their used car that is worth thousands of dollars, or worth $500.
I negotiate my trade in separate from the price of the new car. When the dealer asks me do I have a trade in, I say no. Then I turn around and say I do have a trade in. Dealers do not lose money on a trade in. They want to make more money off of your trade in!