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Honda Accord, Hybrid Cars, Sedan
#36 of 85 Re: 2006 Accord hybrid with Navigation [alfredfife1]
Sep 03, 2005 (10:32 am)
Here in Austin, I put down a $500 deposit for a 2006 HAH a couple of weeks ago. The price wasn't out yet, so we wrote the deal out as "MSRP". I was expecting to pay that given it would be the first in the new model year. That was before the recent gas price hike which I believe may stimulate demand for hybrids in general. So I am not expecting too much discounting. But $3000 down seems outrageous, especially since my dealer said they wouldn't hit the lot until November.
#37 of 85 Re: to bindra [ps_bindra]
Sep 03, 2005 (10:15 pm)
2005 HAH w/o Navigation
I paid 26,400 and that included the $515 destination charge.
with all the fees, taxes (CA tax is around 8% ) it came out to around 29K
#38 of 85 Re: to bindra [lipitorkid]
Sep 06, 2005 (1:21 pm)
What dealer, city and state if you do not mind? Thanks.
#39 of 85 Re: to bindra [mlrtexas]
Sep 06, 2005 (7:53 pm)
Power Honda of Costa Mesa in Southern California
#40 of 85 Re: 2006 Accord hybrid with Navigation [alfredfife1]
Sep 08, 2005 (11:49 am)
Ouch!!! No Way! Not only is it unreasonable but it is close to unethical . Note that $200 to $500 is the norm...it is for good faith...not for his retirement. Walk! No, run! You will get the 2006 HAH for MSRP at almost any dealer!
#41 of 85 Re: 2006 Accord hybrid with Navigation [zoomer1]
Sep 09, 2005 (12:27 pm)
It was a $3,000 deposit not $3,000 more than MSRP. When 2005 HAHs are selling $2,000 under MSRP even in these high gas price days, MSRP for a new one seems high. I gues it must be a really, really nice sunroof.
#42 of 85 Quote on 2005 HAH w/o navigation
Sep 21, 2005 (9:34 am)
Just received a quote for a 2005 at $25,976 (NC). 2006 will not be out until early to mid-November.
#43 of 85 2005 HAH w/Navi
Sep 21, 2005 (11:38 am)
I just purchased a 2005 HAH w/Navi, walkout the door price of $30,000. They seem to be unloading the 05s before the new model comes in. Color choices are limited.
#44 of 85 Re: Honda Accord Hybrid [Sylvia]
Sep 24, 2005 (6:09 pm)
Just picked up my '05 OTD, $28,000. Actually got a call-back from another dealer too late, $200 less. All in FL. Every dealer has at least six sitting around.
#45 of 85 2005 HAH buying experience
Sep 26, 2005 (2:38 pm)
Just pulled the trigger on a 2005 honda accord hybrid w/o navigation. Got a price of $25,729. (MSRP= $30,690, and invoice is $27,667). Honda is offering a marketting incentive on these so you can pick one up well below invoice. The $25,729 price includes destination charge but not taxes, tags, and doc fees. My dealer charges a $399 doc fee and taxes and tags are going to vary by state. I was able to get $25,629 + $249 doc fee from a dealer that was 100 miles away, but I chose not to drive that far.
I had excellent luck using the "request a quote" option on the honda web site. I requested a quote from 4 different dealers in my area via email, and was able to do all the negotiation before even stepping into the dealership.
The 2006 Hybrids are coming out in mid-november. Nothing on the 2006 was of interest to me so I was happy to get a 2005 at a rock bottom price. The main things different on a 2006 vs. 2005 are: slightly different front and rear styling, sun roof included, spare tire instead of compressor and fix-a-flat, and I think you get 17" wheels vs. 16".