Last post on Dec 08, 2013 at 10:11 PM
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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#27514 of 32206 Re: ex -l v6 w /navi cost [maxpower02]
Nov 15, 2012 (5:19 pm)
Max power, good point with the aftermath of sandy over here. the better dealerships will still deal but and i'm sure there will be alot of dealers trying to capitalize on our disaster. Supply and demand factor. If your going to lease same rule applies get your lowest price 1st then work your lease numbers off that price. tell every dealer 500 below invoice gets it done. At worst case lease car for invoice price its do- able now... good luck
#27515 of 32206 Re: ex -l v6 w /navi cost [greycar]
Nov 15, 2012 (6:24 pm)
To high of a price. $30,035 invoice for that car in chesapeake VA with no accessories.
#27516 of 32206 Re: ex -l v6 w /navi cost [darrin8]
Nov 16, 2012 (5:50 am)
In regards to the dealership that quoted me $30,600, that is over invoice by around $500 and change. Also I forgot to mention that I had bought two cars from that dealership from them in the past 12 years. When I said that he said he would waiver the destination charge. So in that case the invoice price of the car now becomes $29,3xx.00. He wasn't quoting me invoice at that point he was charging me above invoice and destination which is $30,116.00.
As far as the touring model it is about $1360.00 more than the exl v6 w /navi. One could argue at that price difference why not get the touring?
#27517 of 32206 Is this a good price for EXL V6 Honda Accord?
Nov 16, 2012 (9:43 am)
So I've got an internet quote for an exl v6 honda accord of $28,631 in southwest Virginia. This includes the $790 destination fee and is about $50 above invoice, no options. The only change to OTD price would be VA sales tax of 3%, so about $29,500 out the door.
Is this a good deal?
Nov 16, 2012 (12:17 pm)
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#27519 of 32206 Re: Just bought EX-L 4 cyl. Champagne Frost [sewanee1970]
Nov 16, 2012 (4:47 pm)
You beat my OTD by $402. We also got the mud guards and pin stripes. It seems prices are settling down to below invoice right now. I got a quote from Hennessey but it was ridiculouslly high, so I never got down to the nitty-gritties with them. I wanted to wait on our purchase, but our old car is still in the shop for a new transmission. So it was either rent a car for a few weeks, strand the wife and really make her p'oed. I chose to stay out of the dog house. Our son will be 16 in a couple of weeks, so he will now be the new "cool" driver of the old soccer mom mini van for a while.
#27520 of 32206 Re: ex -l v6 w /navi cost [greycar]
Nov 16, 2012 (4:57 pm)
Plaza Honda in Brooklyn doesn't honor loyal customers, I bought my first car 4 years ago and they treat me like a bag of money, what ever were in the past is in the past - that's their approach.
#27521 of 32206 2013 Accord Sedan EX-L - Price Break Down
Nov 16, 2012 (10:31 pm)
I just want to share. I bought the 2013 Accord Sedan EX-L with wheel locks as the accessory.
Silver and black interior.
Base price $26,300 (destination fee included)
Dealer document fee $80 (taxable)
California tax (8.25%) $2,176.35
Electronic vehicle registration or transfer charge $15.5 (dealer's fee, but non-taxable)
DMV registration, license, & misc. fees $279.75
Total out the door $28,851.60
This car is from Honda of Serramonte, Daly City, CA. I hope this help the future buyers!
#27522 of 32206 Re: 2013 Accord Sedan EX-L - Price Break Down [davids2000]
Nov 17, 2012 (6:46 am)
Great price, Basically invoice pricing. Looking for an EX 4cyl CVT myself but i want to pay at least $500 BELOW invoice ($22700). No rush to get it right now so i am willing to wait at least 3 months. With the Camry's seemingly unstoppable sales run, Honda dealers will see the light shortly and start going below invoice.
#27523 of 32206 2013 Accord LX CVT-Lease
Nov 17, 2012 (6:51 am)
Honda dealer is offering a $146 per month lease (36 months) on the Accord LX 2013 Sedan with CVT. Any thoughts as to whether Honda will follow up with aggressive lease pricing on the 2013 Accord V-6 that may result in a $250 per month lease price? Is Honda publicizing any hidden rebates/holdbacks that result in low lease price?