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Honda Civic, Car Leasing, Coupe, Sedan
#1298 of 1446 Re: 2012 Civix LX [jett456]
Jul 05, 2012 (8:57 am)
Outside Boston. Most dealers had the same promo but were tricky on fees, etc. I got 202/mo flat in RI
#1299 of 1446 Re: 2012 Civic LX Auto Lease [samj]
Jul 05, 2012 (9:01 am)
.00067 rate is Honda loyalty only.
#1300 of 1446 .00067 rate is Honda loyalty only rate?
Jul 07, 2012 (8:02 pm)
How does one go about getting the .00067 rate for Honda loyalty only? Is it available to qualified current AHC lease holders?
#1301 of 1446 Honda Civic 2012 ex - l
Jul 09, 2012 (2:25 pm)
We are considering purchasing a Honda Civic 2012 ex-l and went to a dealership and they told us that we are looking at $260 a month and $2000 down plus 1st months payment on a 39 month lease.
I am sure if we are over paying or not can you please advise and what should be a good price to pay for this car.
#1302 of 1446 Honda civic leases
Jul 17, 2012 (12:13 pm)
I don't know much about cars so Im trying to research as much as I can before going to a dealership and getting ripped off.
What is a good car lease deal for a 2012 Honda civic LX and EX in miami, fl. I want a 36 mo lease with 0 down. What's the price difference between 12k and 15k?
#1303 of 1446 quote for leasing 2012 civic sedan
Jul 20, 2012 (11:14 am)
I got this deal from the Honda dealer for 2012 Civic Sedan Lx auto:
Adjusted price: 16450(includes all tax and title)
Monthly payment: 157/35month
down payment: 2000(includes first payment)
residual: 61% (11952.95)
Included: Pro pack(cargo tray, mud guard), Nitrogen filled tire, pin strip, 2oil change, 2 tire rotation
I don't know the money factor. Do you think its a good deal?
#1304 of 1446 August 2012 Honda Civic Lease
Jul 24, 2012 (8:12 pm)
Hi Car_Man and others,
These forums helped me get a fantastic deal on a Sonata lease 18 months ago now I'm hoping you can help me again.
My fiance's current lease is coming to an end; she has a 2009 Civic with 16,000 miles (not a typo).
Based on her low mileage I'm wondering if I can use this is a negotiation tool. Though my initial thought is it's only beneficial if the trade in value is higher than the end of lease buy out.
So here are my questions:
1. What is Honda's current RV for a 2012 Civic EX based on 10K & 12K miles/year?
2. What is the MF for a 2012 Civic EX?
3. Are there any incentives for signing another lease with Honda?
I greatly appreciate your advise and suggestions! Thank you!
Jon - Columbus, OH
#1305 of 1446 Re: August 2012 Honda Civic Lease [car_guy11]
by Car_man HOST
Jul 30, 2012 (4:03 pm)
Hey Jon. How are you enjoying your Sonata?
That certainly is low mileage. You certainly can try to use that to your advantage in your negotiations.
Honda Finance's July buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2012 Civic EX Sedan with 12,000 miles per year are .00077 and 61%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top aka "Super Preferred" credit tier.
I am not aware of any loyalty cash incentives on Hondas right now, but you definitely need to make sure to take advantage of the $500 dealer cash that is currently available on this model.
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#1306 of 1446 Estimated Fees and Taxes During Lease Term
Aug 03, 2012 (10:53 pm)
It was agreed that all taxes and fees would be rolled into my month payment on the Civic EX I just got with a trade in.
However, I just reviewed my lease agreement thoroughly and noticed that there is a section called "estimated fees and taxes during lease term": $2281.05
It says that I agree to pay this whether it is included in my monthly payments, lease signing, or "otherwise assessed."
I paid 0 down.
The base lease payments line states "255.01" which is my agreed upon monthly payment
monthly sales/use tax line states "N/A"
sales/use tax states "N/A"
At the Honda website (http://www.hondafinancialservices.com/account-management/account-faqs) this is what it states regarding this:
Why did I receive a separate bill for taxes? Isn't this part of my monthly lease payment?
To ensure you are billed accurately for your property taxes, we initially pay the tax bill on your behalf and then send you a bill in turn. For an estimate of these charges over the term of your lease, please refer to the "Estimated Fees and Taxes During Your Lease Term" section on the front of your lease agreement.
So... does this mean that I was duped into having to pay 2281.05 on top of my monthly payments?
#1307 of 1446 Re: Estimated Fees and Taxes During Lease Term [james324]
by kyfdx HOST
Aug 04, 2012 (6:52 am)
That line is a result of the Truth in Lending act..
It isn't actually a bill.... it's just an estimate of all the taxes you'll pay over the life of the lease (sales tax, property tax, registration, etc..). It's on all vehicle lease contracts..
Your sales taxes most likely are rolled into your lease... However, if your state levies property taxes, yearly registration fees, etc.. on vehicles, then that will be your responsibility...