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#4783 of 5247 2012 Honda Accord SE Lease in Maryland $150 month $2,500
Jul 31, 2012 (4:38 am)
Trying to get a deal on 2012 Honda Accord SE Lease in MD - would like to pay $150 month and few dealerships offered $2,500 for my old trade-in with no out of pocket money( penny ) ...
Car_man -> I know you are against the Cash up front ( talking about my $2,500 tradein ) but I really do not have time to deal with the sales of my car.
Do you think $150 month on 36month/12K year lease + $2,500 reasonable ?
I appreciate any advise...
ALSO: Looking for a suggestion of a dealership Good PRicing in MD, VA, DC Area if there is any - thank you
#4784 of 5247 Re: 2012 Honda Accord SE Lease in Maryland $150 month $2,500 [tolgac]
Jul 31, 2012 (1:54 pm)
Look at post #4782 for a comparable deal. Yours is too high...
#4785 of 5247 Re: 2012 Honda Accord SE Lease in Maryland $150 month $2,500 [pegasus17]
Jul 31, 2012 (4:21 pm)
Pegasus- thanks.. Post 4782 had a great deal but it is impossible to come close to it in my area MD DC VA. It is about $500 difference. i guess the best deals are OH deals but dealerships in my area selling about 300-400cars vs 30-40cars in some other states so it is makinnit very challenging to buy here.
#4786 of 5247 Re: 2012 Honda Accord SE Lease in Maryland $150 month $2,500 [tolgac]
Jul 31, 2012 (6:23 pm)
Supply vs demand. the supply of 2012 Accords is decreasing while the 2013 isn't out yet. Dealers are less likely to deal especially on the SE model. Look at the Altima - now that the 2013 is out, the 2012's are available for a minimum $6k off MSRP. Today was the last day of the month - not sure if they still have quota bonuses this late in the model cycle. Good luck.
#4787 of 5247 Re: 2012 Honda Accord SE Lease in Maryland $150 month $2,500 [tolgac]
by Car_man HOST
Aug 02, 2012 (4:35 pm)
Hey tolgac. You can still trade in your vehicle and not use the proceeds from it as a down payment for your lease. Just have the dealer cut you a check for your trade instead. I've done it before. In fact, in some states trading in a vehicle, even if you don't apply the proceeds towards your lease, actually results in a tax benefit.
What is the selling price of the car that you're interested in? Let me know and I'll tell you what I think of this deal.
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#4788 of 5247 Accord SE lease in AZ
Aug 03, 2012 (7:25 pm)
Purchased Accord SE Sedan with Tint, Security alarm and door edge with 3,000 down for trade-in. 188.88 for 35 months. About 400 for title/use tax in AZ and 400 for doc fee. 9.8% sales tax.
Thanks for all the help and information that others have shared.
#4789 of 5247 2012 Accord EX I4 auto sedan 36 12k
Aug 07, 2012 (5:00 pm)
Just picked up new Accord EX I4 auto 4dr on a 36 mo 12k mile. Polished metal with gray interior. Central Florida.
0 up front
35 227 + tax (242)
Turned in my 2010 Accord with 2 payments remaining of 248 which the dealer would make and then turn it in to Honda. Apparently it is not worth the residual.
#4790 of 5247 Re: 2012 Accord EX I4 auto sedan 36 12k [gpsac]
Aug 07, 2012 (5:37 pm)
I'm also in Central Florida and I've an accord LX 2010 lease (12 payments remaining $267 per mo.. Ouch! I know) wanna return it for EX-L 2012. Can you tell me what dealer was that?
#4791 of 5247 Re: 2012 Accord EX I4 auto sedan 36 12k [accordman3]
Aug 08, 2012 (6:09 pm)
#4792 of 5247 Accord SE Lease in Philly Area
Aug 12, 2012 (6:50 pm)
I have e-mailed several dealers in the Philly area, and also found that Piazza seems to have the best internet prices--$20,053 for the SE. This price is higher than some quotes on this website, but I haven't gone into the dealer yet, and suspect that I can trim a little bit off of this number. Unfortunately, it seems more difficult to get a handle on lease costs. Excluding taxes and state/dealer fees, I've calculated that a 36 month, 15,000 mile/year lease should cost $205.85/month (using a $13,807 residual and .00046 money factor). However, the fees charged by dealers seem really inconsistent. For example, I received a lower quote from a dealer charging a higher price ($20,333 resulted in $452 down and $235/month with 9% tax included vs. $20,053 = $453 down and $236.31/month OTD). I have had no luck getting dealers to report their fees via internet. Does anyone have any idea what lease/registratiion fees should be expected in Pennsylvania? Thanks--this forum is the most informative website that I have come across!
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