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#4617 of 5554 Honda Accord Lease Buyout
Apr 04, 2012 (8:31 pm)
I just stumbled across this site whilst trying to make a decision on what to do with my 2007 Honda Accord LX lease. I started off with a 36 month term and then I actually extended it for another 2 years. The lease will end at the end of May. There are currently no good new lease offers for this month with Honda that interest me. My payoff amount on my statement is: $8,187.91. Considering the car is in excellent operating condition with the exception of a few scratches and dings and only has 52,000 miles on it. Everything in the car is standard. I feel like buying the car out and refinance elsewhere might not be a bad idea. Reading some of the posts here though I feel as though I'll leave it to the experts! Thank you in advance.
#4618 of 5554 2012 Accord Sedan 5 Speed Automatic LX
Apr 06, 2012 (5:53 am)
Just finishing up my 2009 Accord lease this month.
I am looking to lease a 2012 Accord Sedan 5 Speed Automatic LX. With the current promotion, what kind of monthly payment should I shoot for if I want to put $0 down? I would qualify in the top tier credit category.
I'd like to be somewhere around $250/month. Do you think that's possible?
Thanks in advance!
#4619 of 5554 Re: 2012 Accord Sedan 5 Speed Automatic LX [travdog34]
Apr 07, 2012 (2:53 am)
I just leased a 2012 Honda Accord SE for $209 a month. $0 down. That includes all taxes, fees, etc. No disposition fees, not another dime anywhere. Hope this helps.
#4620 of 5554 Re: 2012 Accord Sedan 5 Speed Automatic LX [daver23]
Apr 07, 2012 (8:32 am)
daver32, Do you have your lease papers? can you put down your numbers for our help? Thank you.
#4621 of 5554 Re: 2012 Accord Sedan 5 Speed Automatic LX [daver23]
Apr 11, 2012 (3:30 pm)
If you could list specifics that would be great. Thanks!!
#4622 of 5554 Re: 2012 Accord Sedan 5 Speed Automatic LX [travdog34]
Apr 11, 2012 (5:06 pm)
I was very personable, and I felt I gained their favor. I told him there was no way I was paying more than $210 a month on a lease. i told them the car I wanted. Since I have no plan to buy the car at the end of the lease,I did not concern myself with the Money Factor, or Net cap cost, etc. I just wanted a very nice car for a great price, and they were willing to deal. $209.99 a month for 36 months. I put not a dime down, and no disposition fee at the end of the lease.Thats all.
#4623 of 5554 Re: Honda Leadership Purchase PLan [jhinsc]
Apr 16, 2012 (5:27 pm)
When you say, "if I have equity," at the end of the LPP term, what do you mean? I am unclear just how I build equity on a depreciating "asset." Any guidance?
#4624 of 5554 Current deals in North East US
Apr 25, 2012 (12:56 pm)
Honda has rebates on 2012 Accords and 0.00065 money factor. Here are the current deals.
All quotes are for "sign and drive" lease, which means NO money upfront and 35 payments - Honda pays the first one. Payments do not include applicable sales taxes. I was able to beat a deal below by $3/month on an EX in Eastern MA.
LX Auto: 12k/36m - $216, 15k/36m - $229
SE: 12k/36m - $229 , 15k/36m - $244
EX Auto: 12k/36m - $236 , 15k/36m - $251
EX-L: 12k/36m - $275 , 15k/36m - $291
EX v6: 12k/36m - $236 , 15k/36m - $252
EX-L v6: 12k/36m - $304 , 15k/36m - $322
Hope this helps.
#4625 of 5554 Re: Current deals in North East US [zheka]
Apr 28, 2012 (8:00 am)
I can't verify your payments above (at least on the LX 12/36). I just calculated $225 (w/o tax) using a 22950 msrp model and 57% 13082 residual. Invoice approx 21067 - 1250 (dlr cash) + 595 (acq). The most recent price increase bumped msrp to 23070 but it's only $1 more or $226.
Maybe the NE has more dealer cash?
How did you calculate these?
#4626 of 5554 Re: 2012 Accord Sedan 5 Speed Automatic LX [daver23]
Apr 29, 2012 (7:20 am)
Wow, you must have used some jedi mind tricks or something. Congrats.
I just got the LX yesterday in south Jersey for:
211 down, no first payment, 35 payments of 211 after that. Includes everything - taxes, tags, ect.
They were acting like their heads were going to explode with the deal they were giving me saying they were basing everything off of an invoice price of 18, 698
I was pushing for 209 a month for 35 months (first month free) with 0 down but had to settle with what I mentioned above.
If you got the SE for 210 and NOTHING down then you are my hero and I am jealous!