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Honda Civic, Car Leasing, Coupe, Sedan
#1456 of 1598 Re: Civic LX 2013 - Lease 7/10/13 [moet]
Jul 11, 2013 (3:50 pm)
I think the 15K adds a good bit to the lease. I am getting the deal below, but waiting for the final numbers. I am assuming it is close to your deal, but for 12K per year. Payment includes 9% PA Sales tax.
MSRP Description/Equipment Term/Miles Due at Inception Payment
$19,755 2013 Honda Civic LX 36m/12k $0 $195.79
Carguy, can you post the new numbers? This lease was costing me a LOT more last month with $0 down. $249 including 9% tax good things come to those who wait!
#1457 of 1598 Re: Civic LX 2013 - Lease 7/10/13 [BrianC15]
Jul 11, 2013 (5:37 pm)
195.79 for 12K sounds like a better deal than what I got for 15k. I've seen dealers typically add $15 to $20 when you go up from 12 to 15K. So in your case it may go up to 211 - 216/mo for 15K
#1458 of 1598 Re: Civic LX 2013 - Lease 7/10/13 [moet]
Jul 12, 2013 (3:32 am)
My niece just got a 2013 LX coupe with 15000 miles per year for 230.00 including everything rolled in and first month's payment. (Fairfied Cty, CT) Free oil changes too. The cost for the coupe is actually higher than the sedan and the residual is lower. But I think this is still a good deal.
#1459 of 1598 2013 Civic Si Sedan
Jul 12, 2013 (1:51 pm)
Hiya! I'm looking for the lease figures, residual and money factor, for a 36-month, 15k lease of a 2013 Civic Si Sedan without nav.
I was able to find last month's figures, but it seems they've changed since then. Thanks!
#1460 of 1598 2013 Honda Civic EX-L: Residual and Money Factor Requested
Jul 15, 2013 (12:03 pm)
I'm looking to lease a 2013 Honda Civic EX-L with 12,000 miles per year for 3 years. I could put money down if that would provide the best deal.
What are the current money factor and residual rate on this model from Honda Finance? I would qualify for top tier credit rates. I've seen several quotes on the LX; but nothing recent on the EX-L.
Also, what amount below invoice would be considered a solid price on this model?
Thanks in advance for the great info.
#1461 of 1598 Re: 2013 Civic Si Sedan [ihitcows]
Jul 15, 2013 (2:21 pm)
Hey ihitcows. Honda Finance's July buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Civic Sedan Si with 15,000 miles per year are .00047 to .00106 (they vary by state) and 60% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.
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#1462 of 1598 Re: 2013 Honda Civic EX-L: Residual and Money Factor Requested [indygreg09]
Jul 15, 2013 (2:23 pm)
Hey indygreg09. Please see my previous post for the money factor information. The 36-month, 12k residual value for a '13 Civic Sedan EX-L is 59%.
By the way, there is a $500 cash incentive on leases of this car right now. Make sure to take it into account during your negotiations. I personally would shoot for a selling price of around invoice minus this cash.
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#1463 of 1598 Invoice Price
Jul 15, 2013 (4:21 pm)
Hey guys, I am pretty new to leasing. I have been emailing with a few dealers and I was able to get some to lower the price. For example one guy first asked for $19,200 for a 2013 Civic LX automatic sedan no options and 36 month lease. I told him that I was talking to a few other dealers and they offered me better prices and I offered him $17,200. He budged down to $18,423 and said that was his invoice price and could not go lower than that.
Could it though? How can I get him to budge more? Any other advice? I am first trying to negotiate the selling price and then start talking about other aspects such as money factor.
Thanks to anybody who helps me.
#1464 of 1598 Re: 2013 Honda Civic EX-L: Residual and Money Factor Requested [CarMan@Edmunds]
Jul 15, 2013 (4:24 pm)
Where could I find the information for this incentive? Does it also apply for the LX model?
#1465 of 1598 Re: Invoice Price [cheme24]
Jul 15, 2013 (11:10 pm)
Well, it's my opinion you won't get the best deal by email. You'll get the best deal by going into a dealership ready to buy. I'd go into 2 or 3 dealerships, test drive a civic, tell them what you want to pay. Or, do the test drives,then make offer via email if you are more comfortable with that. Most of the dealerships I've dealt with won't even give me a quote via email. They just write to come in for a great deal.
If dealership can't meet your price...walk. If they can go lower, they'll stop you before you leave, or call you back later in the day.
$17,200 is pretty low from what I've read here. Depending on the area you live in, the dealership may or may not be able to go that low. Sure doesn't hurt to try
though. Seems like you should be able to get under $18,000 without too much difficulty.