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Honda Civic, Car Leasing, Coupe, Sedan
#1555 of 1599 Re: 2013 honda civic si sedan [kemss]
Sep 28, 2013 (9:28 pm)
[i]Hey Bill, I think this guy works for this particular Honda Dealer. He's posted a few lease work sheets like this in numerous Honda "prices paid" forums. [/i]
me n hubby took a buncha hours on slow internet and couldnt find worksheets posted over last months?!?! ridewithgdotcom had one but not here. many many many many members here ask when cheap lease is posted but but no one OBLIGES...................... no one.......................
least now everyone knows what to check for, right-see?
we luv'd the scans and hubby wants me to say pilot looks good n solid ((not great cause he hates any dollars down but hey) but the civic thingy in the other forum is way high. we would all benifit from such scans, yes???
we like to thank the poster kemss for the scans cause theyre appreciated by "at lease(least)" us
#1556 of 1599 Re: Honda Civic EX-L Lease Questions [manny616]
Sep 28, 2013 (9:49 pm)
[I]I'm still haggling over Honda's promotion.[/I]
hi manny616! if this is the current honda thingy on their site, it goes till november. other than that end-of-quarter-thingy(???) you have time to pplay the game with some of the dealers, yes????
#1559 of 1599 Re: Honda Civic Lease 2013 EX [kanggary88]
Sep 28, 2013 (10:02 pm)
did you sign papers yet ??? (today still out here sat night 9/28)
#1560 of 1599 all oct leases on forward have turn-in fee :-(
Oct 07, 2013 (9:21 pm)
Re: Lease Civic LX [gmanusmc]
Manny - I think you should be at around $200 including 8 percent sales tax on a Civic LX with no trade in involved. That's based on a selling price of around 1500 below invoice and not factoring in flex cash.
your right bill. after all the research, thanks to youall here on edmunds and car_man and ridewithg and sum other sites, was onestop shopping.
we had we thought best selling price but internet commitment was no-go. no no no dealers comitted by cellphone
for civic first dealer we drove to said ok to sub-17k selling on saturday and me n my husband (driving behind me and my new civic) drove home tonight in rain with 2013 lx automatic with 8 odometer miles. this is philly. for us theres that honda loyalty or conquest 500 rebate and flex cash down early this month which was $1k total for me
its my car so i signed saturday and drove tonight with 191 for 35 months total. husband said now to be exact to help out he says and to write now quote 0 oop quote and no first payment no trade. 175.23+9%tax=191. dealers in se pa have a buncha civics on their lots now. 12k/36mos
wonderful salesguy said sales were Saturday good that day so they "took a loss" ha-ha-ha!
other honda lease was in may and same thing after all the mails and calls and being in the dealership was best for us. looked for nother cheap cr-v but none in the area for 2013s. dealers weren't moving on 2014s and the accord 2014s had very large mf so that was not going to happen. ymmv
important!!! honda finance now changed the leases starting oct 1. 1500 damage is now 500 which can be wayved to 1K and theirs now disposition-disposal-"turn-in" fee depending on model. 350 for my civic
may lease was 1500 damage and no turnin for crv. hondas better than most but their changing fast
thanks to all the posters and we hope this info able to help all you guys
#1561 of 1599 Re: all oct leases on forward have turn-in fee :-( [charles_guy]
Oct 07, 2013 (8:12 pm)
Good job - enjoy your new Civic!
#1562 of 1599 Re: all oct leases on forward have turn-in fee :-( [gmanusmc]
Oct 07, 2013 (8:29 pm)
thanks bill g for your help on the forums these many last weeks... theres no replacing carmans stats but your so very helpful and friendly too!
p.s. husband just came back n said crappy firestone tires and lots of he said cabin road noise and the numbers for the mph is weird but i did not like the hyundai car. well its my civic car and happy
#1563 of 1599 Re: all oct leases on forward have turn-in fee :-( [charles_guy]
Oct 08, 2013 (8:21 am)
When its time to get new tires, look at the Michelin primacy MXV4 H rated - highly rated with good reviews - they cost more but will last you at least 50,000 miles.
#1564 of 1599 Re: all oct leases on forward have turn-in fee :-( [gmanusmc]
Oct 08, 2013 (10:49 am)
I just replaced the OEM Continental Run Flats on my 2011 328 xi about 3,000 miles ago with a set of Michelin MXM ZP (zero pressure). So far they seem to do "everything" better: Launch quicker, brake shorter, take corners at higher speeds without pitching and howling, have much higher grip, plus they make the car ride better and are much more forgiving.