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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#30127 of 32190 Re: 2013 Honda Accord EX-L w/o nav in MA [bluemkn57cars]
Jul 17, 2013 (6:00 pm)
Huge savings like 2000 below invoice... More towards the very end of the year. The bigger question is if i buy a 2013 model in Nov, or Dec, 2013
How much did the 2013 accord model depreciate. On jan, 1st, 2014. it is now a 1 year old model.
Is buying the 2013 Accord for 1500 or 1800 below invoice worth it in a couple of months.
If you compare a 2011 Accord lx with 4k miles to a
.....................2012 Accord lx with 6 miles here are your numbers
2011 LX= $ 17,477 Dealers retail
2012 Lx=$ 19,598 Dealer retail
Going to re check my numbers against kbb, and galves
Your Sale price on a 2013 Accord needs to be more than $2120 below invoice to recoup depreciation value not buying the newer model.
If i'm buying its a no brainer i want the 2014 model.
#30128 of 32190 Re: 2013 Accord EX-L w/out Navi [mnz1999]
Jul 17, 2013 (5:46 pm)
I did it by requesting specific config quotes through edmunds, then I got 5 replies, and after emailing back and forth, Keeler Honda had the deal I mentioned. Looks like the forum policy prohibit publishing the sales agent name. His initials is KH.
#30129 of 32190 Re: 2013 Honda Accord EX-L w/o nav in MA [brian125]
Jul 17, 2013 (7:35 pm)
That post makes a lot of sense. 2014 it is....
#30130 of 32190 2013 Honda Accord EX
Jul 18, 2013 (4:00 am)
Just paid $23778.00 last week which includes destination in Michigan for a 2013 EX. Was able to get $500.00 off by financing but plan to pay off after the 3 months necessary to get the discount. Probably could of done better but they also threw in paying up to $500.00 on your deductible for collision on any make of car in your household for 3 years. Was also able to get their tire and rim protection plan, roadside service, paint and fabric protection, windshield protection and theft for $700.00 I know seems best not to do but in Michigan there are many potholes and because we plan to take alot of cross country trips the roadside is nice to have. Had one car's finish here get nailed by acid rain so this is covered as well. They will also clean out all the salt stains on the flooring when you come in for oil changes. Did not take the extended warranty at this time.
#30131 of 32190 Re: Dealer has more cars in stock than other dealers [bender25]
Jul 18, 2013 (4:27 am)
You have to deal with the internet sales manager and only him . If your stupid enough to drive 2 hours on a dealers word without a faxed buyers order or some kind of agreement in writing you will be wasting your time, gas,and money. Not to mention very pissed off. Negotiate the deal on the phone letting that dealership know your 3 hours away and if he wants your business you need a faxed bill of sale/ with all the details of your purchase. You then hold that vehicle sale after looking over buyers order with a credit card deposit til you could get down to that dealership to pick up vehicle. 95% of all of my car buying is done this way. Read my prior posts on buying like this its pretty easy.. You just need to be by a fax machine.
Sorry for all the run on's i'm late for my golf tee time. just keep on asking for help you'll get it in this forum... If you want i will post later what you should tell 2 hr dealer and how to nail down sale with him.
Jul 18, 2013 (5:25 am)
Just got my 2013 EX-L V6 (no nav). Traded my 2010 Maxima in at Joe Morgan Honda Cincinnati. Had a couple months left but had the new car itch. I took about a $550 burn on my trade under current payoff but I would have to give Nissan $400 disposal at term so I was ok with it. They gave me the Edmund's very good condition quote on trade in. Even though the car fit dealerships usually only give the good range on trade. Got the car for $27150 with MSRP at $30,860. My lease payment including everything is $379 for 36 12k per year. I believe the residual is around 18K(don't have paperwork in front of me)and the money factor was .00075. Did a lot of price comparing and home work and believe I got a good deal considering that of the $379 about $15 a month was my negative equity. I did not put a penny down and second payment due in a month.
#30133 of 32190 Re: 2013 Honda Accord EX-L w/o nav in MA [rsvr]
Jul 18, 2013 (5:42 am)
That makes sense to me if your planning on selling the car in a year or two but lets assume you keep your car for 7,8, 9 years or longer. What would the retail value difference be between an 8 year old accord with 90k miles and a 9 year old accord with 90k miles. I'm guessing its difficult to make the same argument using that scenario. Being that i'm the type of person that keeps their cars for more than a couple of years I believe it makes more financial since to buy the 2013 model for $2k less, assuming there is not a feature in the 2014 model that I really desire.
#30134 of 32190 Targeted Purchase Price for EXL-v6
Jul 18, 2013 (6:16 am)
I am looking for the 2013 EXl- v6 sedan in NJ Area . According to Edmund's True Market Value , the invoice is 27,500.
1: Does this accurately reflect the dealers invoice,since
2: When targeting 1500 below invoice, would my purchase price be 26,000 +destination+doc (Assuming no other dealer fees) ?
#30135 of 32190 Re: Targeted Purchase Price for EXL-v6 [tifosian]
Jul 18, 2013 (8:36 am)
I believe that price does not include the destination charge which is typically 700-800. I believe the invoice is $28,292 on that model, which is what I have. I paid 27,150 which is about 1,100 under invoice. Another dealership offered me 26,995 but less on my trade...typical moving from one column to another on the doc sheet to make things look better on the trade side. I would think anything on the 27k range on the car itself is a good deal, plus your doc fees and taxes.