Last post on Dec 08, 2013 at 9:33 AM
You are in the Honda Accord
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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#27550 of 32203 Re: Leasing 13 Accord Sedan with Nav [juanvaldez]
Nov 23, 2012 (9:35 am)
MORE HELP - I have a quote for $498 for Cook County/Chicago and the same dealer says in Lake County the lease would be $440. Does that make sense that the difference in taxes is $2,088 over 36 months?
#27551 of 32203 Re: 2013 accord ex-l [yangyx]
Nov 23, 2012 (12:15 pm)
Are you able to provide some more details on that offer? That's a great price from all of my research thus far, I'd really be interested in dealing with them, especially if you even end up getting that for lower! How soon are you likely to be making a deal? I'm looking to make mine by the end of the month. If you finish yours by then, I would be willing to then go to the same person and put you as the referral and let you get the referral check. Might as well go to a fellow car buying looking to maximize their finances!
#27552 of 32203 Re: 2013 accord ex-l [yangyx]
Nov 23, 2012 (12:17 pm)
Before I got too excited on that one, I probably should have asked, was the manual or CVT? If it's the CVT then I definitely meant every word I said! haha
#27553 of 32203 Re: Leasing 13 Accord Sedan with Nav [juanvaldez]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Nov 23, 2012 (4:20 pm)
Yes, Chicago has an extra 6% lease tax...
#27554 of 32203 Re: 2013 accord ex-l [thetriplei]
Nov 24, 2012 (11:24 am)
I went to VIP yesterday. It was LX CVT. But they charge $750 for new time buyers. Which means that if you bought a car at VIP within 24 months, they will take that off. That means, for new buyers, the price goes back to invoice. They were willing to go down to about 22700, but that's too much for me, and I am willing to wait until January, or go on a 2009 Toyota Camry which will cost me 11000.
#27555 of 32203 Re: 2013 EX in SoCal [ahossa1]
Nov 24, 2012 (11:32 am)
Got myself the EX this thanksgiving.
The deal was $ 25500/- for Out of Door including all fees / taxes as well as splash guards , wheel locks and all season mats.
The dealer charged another 1,814 for 8 years / 120 k package and lojack .
The basic price of the car was $ 23,000/-
The dealer was Sierra Honda and they were 10/10 in entire dealing.
What do you guys say ?
#27556 of 32203 Re: 2013 EX in SoCal [km19]
Nov 24, 2012 (11:43 am)
I saw yesterday someone tried to get a deal between 25000 and 25100, failed his attempt.
#27557 of 32203 Re: 2013 EX in SoCal [yangyx]
Nov 24, 2012 (3:30 pm)
dealing right now at riverside honda ---riverside CA ---sport $=21628, Ex= 22736.00....im on the table right now with the deadly game of haggling. i'll try to get it at 400 less the price i posted. will let you know later
#27558 of 32203 Re: 2013 EX in SoCal [rob_v6]
Nov 24, 2012 (3:36 pm)
I am really thinking of what Brian was saying. Dealers don't have to give you a deal. Just be careful don't pass their deadline or they will kick you out of the door. Good luck~
#27559 of 32203 Re: 2013 Accord Sedan EX-L - Price Break Down [hondafan31]
Nov 24, 2012 (5:28 pm)
Honda fan, AND OKANI
HERE IS THE BREAKDOWN ON YOUR CONFUSING QUESTION ABOUT PRICING
1- Dealers Invoice price= what Dealer paid for vehicle
All dealers get a 2 to 3 % holdback on every vehicle sold depending on car company... If you buy a Accord at invoice price the dealer is still making between 700 to 1000 on his holdback...then add his doc fee's, and added items such as pin stripping, mud guard, nitrogen in tires etc. they are laughing all the way to the back.. Dont let them..
2- Dealers M.S.R.P.......= Sticker price on every vehicle. this is the Suggest price from the Factory. This means every dealer has room to negotiate for his profit from the full M.S.R.P.. If they can get it... or they could sell car at what they pay for it know as invoice price. This is the dealers wiggle room on his profit margin..
3- Destination charge/ Del charge all the same. every buyer has to pay this freight charge of $ 790. Once you determine dealer invoice on vehicle you need to add the dest/ charge onto vehicle price along with any other otd prices including your states sales tax. When people in this forum post there out the door numbers it actually means Nothing to us unless they are telling you what State they live in? , how much that dealers doc fee's where? and any other prices after the actually car sale number.... the only numbers you need to know is how much below or above dealers invoice price did that that dealership sell at. then you want to negotiate dealers doc fee's and either lowering them or getting them removed from deal..............
This is how you can determine what price to start your negotiating at.
If your target price is dealer invoice which it should be. then you tell every dealer thats the number that gets it done. once you let the dealer start giving you his idea of a good deal Your done and your leverage is over.. I BUY RIGHT KNOW AT MY PRICE... YES OR NO THEN MOVE ONTO NEXT DEALERSHIP. always try to buy the last days of any month you have the best leverage... the better negiotaters get the best price buying this way. gotta play there game................... Brian