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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#31326 of 32216 Re: 2013 EX-L 4-cyl, no Navigation [mattslawcars]
Sep 25, 2013 (6:14 am)
I am looking for the same type of car you are in the raleigh area. I found Danville, VA to have the best deal. This is their price breakdown. I got them to throw in the trunk liner and wheel locks for free. Thinking of biting on this.
They also have a lifetime drivetrain warrenty as well as 1 year exterior and 1 year interior protection against spills and nicks and such.
2014 Honda Accord EXL:
Internet Sales ePrice = $25,660.65
Destination & Handling Included
Already Installed Accessories Additional = $0 (Unless dealer transfer has accessories on it)
Taxes = $821.94
doc/processing Fee = $398.50
NC License = $68.00 (New Tags)
North Carolina Out-the-door ePrice = $26,949.09
How does this look for a 4 door, 2014 EX-L Accord, 4 cylinder ?
#31328 of 32216 Re: Looking for a 2014 EX-L in Los Asgeles [altwin75]
Sep 25, 2013 (6:42 am)
Have you called around? You may have more buying power this weekend than I did since it's the close of the month. I had to buy last weekend because of work conflicts with this weekend.
I can tell you that LowJack would save us $8 per 6-months on our Accord via Progressive Insurance. We didn't buy it. LowJack itself costs you $700-$1000, plus they recommend servicing every 2 years for $99. So no, it won't save you any money.
Of course, Accords are high on the stolen-vehicle list, and California also has a high theft rate, so you might want to buy it for those reasons.
#31329 of 32216 Re: Accord EX 2013 [iffi]
Sep 25, 2013 (7:13 am)
Are you getting any under invoice quotes for 2014 models in MSP? The best quote I received is invoice for an EX-L.
Sep 25, 2013 (8:40 am)
Hi I'm getting dealer saying 27850 - 500$ flex, plus tax tag title for a v6 coupe, seems kinda high for a year old car. What do you guys think? What should I counter with / price I should strive for?
#31331 of 32216 Re: Price pd on 2013 EX-L Accord [huskerfan5]
Sep 25, 2013 (9:31 am)
I'm just telling you what an experienced sales person told me regarding the 5 day return. He said some people feel they can buy the car cheaper elsewhere, buyers remorse ect...He specifically said it could be returned in 5 days. This dealership sells a ton of cars, owns a lot of commercial property in Orlando, (very wealthy family) with tons of car and RV dealerships. So, am sharing what I was told.
So all I can say is call them and ask, Holler Honda, Orlando.
I paid for my trunk matt. (179.00) Are most people getting them free?
If you're in the Orlando area there are really only two Honda dealerships to choose from. Holler and Coggins. Holler DOES NOT negotiate prices, and Coggins does. I didn't check Collins prices.
#31332 of 32216 Is this a good price to close the deal
Sep 25, 2013 (12:43 pm)
A dealer is quoting $27,900 for 2014 Accord Ex-l V6 no navigation. The price includes destination fee, but excludes tags and taxes.
My question is
1. Is it a good price for 2014 model?
2. If I take Honda financing, can I ask for flex cash?
3. What else can I negotiate?
#31333 of 32216 Honda Accord Buyers beware!
Sep 25, 2013 (1:08 pm)
If there ever was a come on for car shoppers - here comes www.TRUECAR.com . This sleazy outfit tricks unsuspecting buyers that it is showing all of the prices for vehicle purchases in the general area - they are not. RIPOFFCAR does no such thing. Instead they do not include prices the heavy discounters sell to the public with. This has the effect of making unsuspecting carbuyers believe they are getting a good deal - but they are not. I can't believe consumer reports and other "reputable" organizations use this outfit. Don't spend a dime with Consumer Reports or any other service who use TRUECAR. Every time these sleezeballs help get a car sold, they get $300 bucks for the "lead". So if you go on USAA or american express and get a price off of their websites, instead go direct to the internet manager or use Carwoo to get a better one. I hope the CEO of TRUECAR chokes on it. By the way, I am merely offering an opinion. I believe in free speech. Thanks to Edmunds for this message site. And enjoy your new Honda Accord - what a great car.
#31334 of 32216 Re: Honda Accord Buyers beware! [1sebringnow]
Sep 25, 2013 (1:23 pm)
So what's the catch? Truecar is offering a 2014 EX-L V6 sedan in my area for $28,218. This is supposed to include destination, thus placing this car about $325 below invoice. If I pursue this deal, what can I expect to happen once I contact the dealer? You're obviously passionate about your position so please elaborate.
#31335 of 32216 Re: Honda Accord Buyers beware! [1sebringnow]
Sep 25, 2013 (1:40 pm)
Listen to what this poster is saying - you can almost always negotiate a better deal on your own if you know what you're doing and arm yourself with as much car buying knowledge as possible.