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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#30267 of 32215 Re: does anyone know when the 2014 Accords are coming? [brian125]
Jul 28, 2013 (6:58 am)
Brian, I am back in the car game after taking a few month recess. Still considering buying that 2013 Accord CVT, but may wait till the 2014's come out since it does not look like the dealers are willing to sell for less than they did 4 months ago on a 2013. Just emailed New Rochelle Honda and the best internet price they came up with was 20,870 inc doc fee, excluding reg and NJ tax. That is actually 70 higher than a few months ago. And they said 500 flex cash expired. So at this time it looks like 1000 to 1500 less than invoice is an impossiblility, unless you can walk on water. I talked to the internet sales manager. And they came up with the best price a few months ago.
#30268 of 32215 Re: 2013 Honda accord touring [brian125] 2013 CVT LX Price Paid [frisbee12]
Jul 28, 2013 (7:06 am)
Would you please post the name of the dealer who gave you this remarkable price on a new 2013 LX Accourd CVT. Was there any trade involved?
#30269 of 32215 Re: 2013 Honda accord touring [brian125]
Jul 28, 2013 (9:34 am)
Thank you so much Brian, I appreciate the help!
#30271 of 32215 Re: 2013 Honda accord touring [brian125] 2013 CVT LX Price Paid [frisbee12] [mike372]
Jul 28, 2013 (11:08 am)
Purchased at San Tan Honda, which is in the Phoenix market.
Appreciate the feedback on price, as thought it was a good price, as compared to what I had found on this and other forums. My local dealer nearby, who services my other Honda (and have spent thousands at...) would not come close to touching this deal, as they focused on providing a "fair" price, which happened to be about $1,200 more than my final purchase price at San Tan.
I think end of month purchase is the way to go - as my previous purchase in 2005 went thru Costco pricing (scheme), and I didn't fare nearly as well.
#30272 of 32215 Re: 2013 Honda accord touring [brian125] 2013 CVT LX Price Paid [frisbee12]
Jul 28, 2013 (12:35 pm)
This is why you ask dealers to meet your Price ''and not beat the lowest price."
Because Your lowest prices are not anywhere near market value pricing of
1200 to 1800 below invoice. Never tip you hand to any dealership that you have several offers at xxx price. Dealer now knows his price range for selling the LX to you.
Never assumed that your 4 or 5 emailed price quotes are close to final negotiation numbers. Never give any dealership 4 or 5 prices that are close to beat . What is that telling the dealership. It indicates pretty much what your intent to buy is. . Selling Dealer will now counter very small. Couple of buying tips to think about for next time.
If you were buying this car 4 months ago dealers would of ate you up with your buying approach. Tweak it alittle and you will be able to get dealerships to sell at his bottom line price.
Reading in this forum on prices paid gives everybody the opportunity to see how much above and below invoice price people are paying for the different models. Use it to your advantage.. For most buyers this is how you gauge pricing and your market value.
Supply and demand play a big part in pricing along with certain area's.
If i read that in chicago, maryland and boston people are buying a certain model for xxx which is 500 /600 more than other area's guess what all my contacted dealers have to meet that price for my business. Play the game
Dealers all claim they work off the same pricing numbers. hold them to it. Challenge them for the best price for the sale that day. Counter all high doc fee charges by applying them to your asking price..
#30273 of 32215 Re: 21013 awd crv with nav [libog]
Jul 28, 2013 (11:55 am)
Sport honda in m.d. has a very large CRV inventory. Find your model and color and make your offer to buy . Anderson and Pohanka honda are all worth a try. Be careful with Anderson they add alot of accessories to there vehicles.
#30275 of 32215 Re: 2013 Honda accord touring [johnh21]
Jul 28, 2013 (3:35 pm)
Depending on your area you might not get as high as 1800 below. Figure out your high buying asking price and your bottom line buying price for all dealerships. The touring models might not be selling like the other models making for a very good deal with the right dealership. Check dealers inventory and call dealerships with alot of touring models. By Expanding your dealership search within 100 miles of your house could prove to be a bigger factor in getting your targeted price for your model.
I plan on buying my friend his honda Civic on july 30th at 6pm. i have him getting together his list of dealership within 75 miles of the New york and the Tri-state area with his model and color. On that evening we will go down the honda list make our calls and secure a purchase for our targeted price Civic.
Preparation is the key for a faster transaction. Dealerships, names of all internet managers with numbers and emails is the plan for july 30th.
#30276 of 32215 Re: EX L Sedan (no Nav.) Price quotes in Austin TX area [texashonda1]
Jul 29, 2013 (4:19 am)
$24,283 is a good deal for an e-quote on an EX-L.
Did you move forward with that dealership?