Last post on Dec 09, 2013 at 5:19 PM
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Honda Civic, Car Leasing, Coupe, Sedan
#1491 of 1599 Re: 2013 Honda Civic LX [ihitcows]
Sep 09, 2013 (6:14 am)
Your best bet is to send an identical email to the Internet depts of as many dealers you can in SoCal. There are a lot of Honda dealers so you should be able to achieve a good deal. In the email, state your criteria and request their best quote for a 36 month/15k mile lease with only the first payment due at lease signing - that way you will be able to compare apples to apples. If your credit score is in the 700 range, you should qualify for Honda's best rates. When you get some info from the dealers, post it here and posters will be able to give you their opinions.
Thanks, Bill G
#1492 of 1599 Re: 2013 Honda Civic LX [ihitcows]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Sep 09, 2013 (7:36 pm)
" lease figures are for a 2013 Honda Civic Si Sedan with Summer tires? 36 months and 15k?"
.00019 and 58%
#1493 of 1599 Re: 2013 Honda Civic LX [gmanusmc]
Sep 09, 2013 (8:58 pm)
on the contract it said
flex cash 350 (usually 500 but dealer ran out of flex cash supposedly)
residual .59, $11655.45
acquisition fee 595
no disposition fee
inception fee: $1285.50
$400 - new tag
$599 - dealer's fee
$60- rental surchage
$9.5 - tire fee, lemon law req
$218 first month's payment
the value i had negotiated was 17705 and suddenly when I was about to sign the lease, the value of the car was 18817... If I do the numbers, I could definitely get 200-400 off of my lease! Help anyone?
#1494 of 1599 Re: 2013 Honda Civic LX [0myangela]
Sep 09, 2013 (10:00 pm)
That 599 dealer fee is adding $18 to the payment. If you have not done the deal yet, either have them reduce that fee significantly, or have them reduce the selling price by 600 - that will get your payment to around 200. Tell your salesperson if they do that, you are ready to sign - in my opinion, 200 is a good deal (with zero or only first payment due at signing). Keep going - you're doing great!
#1495 of 1599 civic lease deal??
Sep 12, 2013 (6:55 am)
2013 Civic Ex lease
$252 per month payment
$1200 down including 1st mo. payment
taking 2 months payments from my current lease
help me? i need to go back today to work out a deal. is this good?
#1496 of 1599 Re: civic lease deal?? [carlovher]
Sep 12, 2013 (7:16 pm)
"is this good?"
Well, compared to what others, and myself have paid... it sucks.
Things must be tough in Jersey. Somewhere around $200-220 a month with nothing down is really good. The more you put down, the less monthly and total out of pocket should be.
#1497 of 1599 Lease cancel
Sep 16, 2013 (6:00 am)
I signed up for 2013 civic lx on Saturday. The vehicle is not delivered to me. It will be delivered to me today. At this point, can I cancel the lease? Due to some personal reasons, I do not want to lease the car and want to keep my existing car. I signed the Civic Lx for lease with trade in. I did not give the car to the dealer yet. Also they did not deliver the Civic to me yet. It will be done today. Please help.
#1498 of 1599 Re: Lease cancel [bhanu1]
Sep 16, 2013 (9:05 am)
In my experience, and to the best of my knowledge, as long has you have not physically taken delivery and possession of the vehicle, you can cancel the deal. However, it might depend on the laws of your state. The way you are describing the situation, you may be able to back out.
Sep 16, 2013 (12:08 pm)
I finally made up my mind and ready to take the delivery today with this:
2013 Civic Lx
3 year free service.
State: North Carolina.
So, Is this a good deal? Just curious
#1500 of 1599 Re: Thanks [bhanu1]
Sep 16, 2013 (1:01 pm)
If you qualify for Honda Finance's best lease rate, you should be able to get to around 200 per month with no more than first payment due at signing.
Forgot about you stating you have a trade involved - any positive or negative equity in the trade would have an affect on your deal.