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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#30272 of 32216 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 32216 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 32216 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 32216 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?
#30277 of 32216 Re: does anyone know when the 2014 Accords are coming? [mike372]
Jul 29, 2013 (4:42 am)
your problem is your not fully understanding how the buying game works. keep on reading my post on how and when to buy. When you are ready to buy have your financing in place know your exact make and model, color. Then you buy the last 2 days, last day of the month with a target sale price for each dealership you call or visit. There is no reason to keep on asking dealership for a price. I have posted several detailed post on what price and how to get a good deal. Read them and write it on the pad with all your dealerships to contact. Next homework detail
You could call 100 dealers and will get pricing all over the map. These guys do this for a living if your not buying that moment or seem confused they will walk all over you and give you a half ass price. Why do you think the price is higher now than 4 months ago.. Your identified as a stupid buyer. Just like all the people who walk into dealerships without doing any research . So lets change that.
My suggestion to you is do not keep on posting in hear about pricing ..just read the posts.
Make a list of the 30 nearest dealerships by your house. Call each one and ask the phone person in every place the name,number, and email of every internet manager.. when your list is complete keep on reviewing this board to see if there are dealerships in your area that people are recommending to buy. If you read about more dealerships in here call up dealership and get the internet managers info.. Next
When you are ready to buy you start to make all your calls and visit your targeted dealerships on the 2 to last day / last day of the month and not before with your targeted price to buy. when you decide what month your ready we can discuss a target price. Until then sit back and read these postings and jot down any info that may help you when your ready to buy.
I tried to by my Accord in jan for 1000 below invoice on the last 2 days.
i could not pull the trigger so my next target date was end of Feb, were i made my deal.
If Feb did not pan out i would of bought at the end of March. but regardless i was buying in March for market price and not so much best price.
#30278 of 32216 Re: does anyone know when the 2014 Accords are coming? [brian125]
Jul 29, 2013 (5:45 am)
From this post I sense that you do not suggest buying at the end of July. Do you think waiting until end of August/September is better?
#30279 of 32216 Re: does anyone know when the 2014 Accords are coming? [brian125]
Jul 29, 2013 (8:09 am)
I made about 10 phone calls to dealers in Michigan and made my offer for 1300 below invoice with destination (for LX CVT, invoice plus destination = 21,369), so my offer is 21369 - 1300=20,069. However, no dealer accepts that and some even told me the lowest they can offer is 21,369. So i don't know if i should raise my offer?
#30280 of 32216 Re: 2013 Accord EX-CVT in Southern CA. [mrbeernoon]
Jul 29, 2013 (11:41 am)
Hello, I am also looking for a 2013 Honda Accord Ex 4-cylinder. With the price of $24,500, I assumed that does not include interests right? My credit is good enough for a %1.9 APR for 60 months. If it does not include interest can you tell me how much you paid after interest (total cost: down payment and monthly payments?) Thank in advance.
#30281 of 32216 Re: does anyone know when the 2014 Accords are coming? [fiona6]
Jul 29, 2013 (12:02 pm)
Did any dealer include flex cash?