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Honda Accord, Car Leasing, Coupe, Sedan
#5267 of 5563 Re: Where's the catch on this $159 Accord lease? [jw074]
May 26, 2013 (8:49 pm)
hamiltons running same here jersey$169. its bs when you get there. we know from coupla weeks past http://www.hamiltonhonda.net/newspaper-ads.htmis the advert
residual 15661. not from honda. 10k only. oh its website mistake. wheel locks trunk tray guards=499+tax. tax&tax&tax on everything
lxcrv was like more n 2000 to deal and was really like 309 month
they have free dogs n food Memorial Day so driving there in our cheaper leased crv for some food
happy holiday evryone
#5268 of 5563 Calculating T.V. Advert special
May 27, 2013 (11:04 am)
I was watching a professional baseball game yesterday and the t.v. Advert caught my eye for the following; 2013 Honda Accord LX, $0 down for $189.00 a month for 36-month/12,000 miles per year allowance. Subject to limited availability. Excludes taxes, titles and fees. Financing through AHFC. Dealer sets actual vehicle sale price. MSRP $23270 Net cap cost $20734.16. Assuming I am top tier credit with AHFC, and additonal taxes, title and fees apply, what can I expect the final monthly payment to be? The local county tax is 6.75%. I am also assuming this is a bare bones Accord.
#5269 of 5563 Re: Calculating T.V. Advert special [slamshifter]
May 28, 2013 (6:41 pm)
For every $1,000 you add to the cap cost, your payment will go up about $30. You will need to add the lease inception fee of $595 as well as the dealer doc fees and title/registration fees. Those fees will differ by locality. You should still try to negotiate a decrease in the $20,734.
#5270 of 5563 Re: Accord V6 Coupe No Navi [Car_man]
May 29, 2013 (8:20 am)
Thanks car-man, I ended up paying $27,700 and rolled all fees into the lease payment. The price with $500 flex cash (adjusted cap cost) was $29,200. This included the $595 and $699 dealer fee. The dealer fee they were not moving on and the price of the car was already 10% under MSRP. I could've maybe had them go down another $300 on selling price but that's about it. They also gave me an ipad mini in the deal. Not a big deal it's only a $300 item. They were wiling to take it back and give me the $300 off of the car but that would not do much to the payment. Think I got a decent deal? Too late now anyway but curious.
#5271 of 5563 Re: Accord V6 Coupe No Navi [sanman1]
May 29, 2013 (8:41 am)
So what did the monthly payment come to before taxes?
#5272 of 5563 Re: Accord V6 Coupe No Navi [ral2167]
May 29, 2013 (9:26 am)
Payment before sales tax is $392.00. They rolled first payment, tax tag, aquisition fee, and dealer fee into the lease deal. No money out of pocket at drive off.
#5273 of 5563 Huskerfan i need help
May 29, 2013 (2:30 pm)
Huskerfan: Sorry for carpet bombing...I shopped a 13 Accord LX and and got a local dealer down to $20,995 and $255 a month with 1st months payment and $0 sec dep. I shopped a comparable '13 Sube Impreza 5 door premium edition because the similar price point. Sube wins the business with a final negotiated price of 20,000. According to several auto locator services the Sube is invoiced at $21267 and dealer has it MSRP $22500. They had the factory add on a cold weather pkg and it came in around $23,500. So...here's the deal...gimme the scoop huskerfan...is this a good deal???
Selling price: $20,000
36 month lease
12000 miles/per annum
Base payment $223
Monthly payment = $239 month ($223 + 6.75% tax)
Due at signing: $583 (1st month of $223/$250 doc fee/$60
Appreciate the feedback!
#5274 of 5563 Never mind...deal is done
May 30, 2013 (12:20 pm)
Well the deal went down on the Sube and all's well that ends well. My local Honda dealer told me, "We aren't in the car wholesale business" so I went with the Sube. End of story.
#5275 of 5563 Realistic Sale Price (Cap Cost) for LX, Sport, Ex?
May 30, 2013 (2:46 pm)
Just wondering what some realistic sale prices are for LX, Sport, EX? How much below invoice can one get?
Invoices I found incl destination: 21,369/22,929/24,037 for LX/Sport/EX
Weymouth's site has: 20,697/22192/23250
How much lower can one reasonably get?
I'm assuming residual, and MF aren't negotiable right? That's why focusing on negotiating the sale price.
So far I've gotten sale price of 20958/22485/23571 for LX/Sport/EX
2. Also, I've read people posting that it is recommended to roll the fees (doc, bank, DMV, etc) into the monthly payments, instead of paying up front? Any reason (aside from not having to pay upfront)?
thank you for all of the advice on the forums
#5276 of 5563 Re: Realistic Sale Price (Cap Cost) for LX, Sport, Ex? [jw074]
May 30, 2013 (3:57 pm)
Just went down that road with an LX priced at $20995...it was as low as dealer would go and I have previously leased 5 Hondas from those guys. Their best counter offer was 3 yr/36k miles with $0 down came out to $255 a month. Got the AWD Subaru for $1000 less and $30 a month cheaper. Great car for the money, loads of options and very decent residual and MF. Honda dealers just aren't hungry enough I guess (lol)