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#27923 of 29573 Re: 2013 Honda Accord V6 EX-L with NAV [bluesea1215]
Jan 04, 2013 (5:40 pm)
Call Weymouth Honda In M.A. Internet james tell him Brian from N.y. sent you. 800 below dealers invoice and maybe a few dolars more is do-able. The key to your leverage will be Meet my price i buy today with a credit card deposit. Doc fee's are $239 they wont remove but maybe if your a good negotiator they will take more off sale of Accord. You will make you best deal with them. Only call him when your ready to buy. I plan on buying this month so i will try to squeeze every dealer in the new york, new jersey area for $1000 below dealers invoice with certain options i want on my vehicle.. good luck Brian
#27924 of 29573 Re: 2013 accord ex-l Chicago suburbs [benjaminh]
Jan 04, 2013 (6:53 pm)
Consumer reports just rated the Accord best midsize car. And rightfully so.. Of coarse they had to put there positive spin on there baby The Camry. Never once mentioning how bad the new Camry Failed in the recent front Crash Tests and how the Camry is slipping further down the chain of not so good cars.. In the new tests the Camry's Front Wheel well and wheel crushed the driver. If it was any other car brand they would be all over that .. Seems funny how they say there Unbias.
#27925 of 29573 Re: 2013 accord ex-l Chicago suburbs [wendavid]
Jan 06, 2013 (8:19 am)
I am sure others can give much more insight but that seems like a really good deal to me and the price range I was looking for.
I am looking for the EX-L as well and not many of the dealers want to come down much. I have followed the tips of those on this forum (as well as have bought over internet before) but the dealers around here just don't want to budge much.
The best offer I have received so far is $26799 plus TTL in El Paso. While that did include tint and mudguards it is higher than I wanted to get it for. However the local dealers here in Albuquerque will only give me $1000 off MSRP! I'll just have to be patient to get the right deal.
#27926 of 29573 accord >camry >any us crap cars
Jan 06, 2013 (8:37 am)
there is no way the new camry comes even close to this accord. 2013 accord is in another league, it seems more like a 40 thousand dollar car. no offense to toyota since they still make great cars.
#27927 of 29573 2013 accord ex-l v6 w/o nav Cincinnati ohio suburbs
Jan 06, 2013 (11:31 am)
Planning to buy a the ex-l v6 without nav, and best offer so far is $27,200 before TTL. Dealer will additonally give wheel lock and mud guards. I've financing ready for as low as 1.49% ...Would this be a good deal?
#27928 of 29573 2012 Ex-L without Navi
Jan 06, 2013 (3:39 pm)
I am looking for the best price for a 2012 Accord Ex-L without Navi and any suggestions on dealers in NJ/PA/NY area.
#27929 of 29573 Re: 2012 Ex-L without Navi [sk0379]
Jan 06, 2013 (4:08 pm)
Not many 2012's left.. Check all dealers websites to view there inventory. You should consider a 2013 much better car for the money.
#27930 of 29573 Re: Extented warranty question [brian125]
Jan 06, 2013 (10:00 pm)
If your term is up, you get nothing. Otherwise it is prorated. This is insurance and it works like any other insurance product - you buy it for security and peace of mind. It is not for everyone.
#27931 of 29573 2013 Honda Accord Sport
Jan 06, 2013 (11:26 pm)
I bought a 2013 Honda Accord Sport over the New Years weekend at Autosport Honda in NJ.
I told them that I wanted to pay 23k OTD price, they agreed. They did a reverse calculation which looked something like this:
23,000 out the door price - Honda Accord Sport
7% 1,464.52 Tax
299.00 Doc Fees
7.50 NJ tire fee
20,131.68 Car price
I had my own financing ready from Bank of America at 2.2% which Honda matched afterwards.
Hope this helps anyone buying in NJ. Also, thanks for all the great tips from some of you over the last month.
#27932 of 29573 Re: 2013 Honda Accord CVT LX in the driveway (MD) [wetwillys]
Jan 07, 2013 (7:09 am)
If you read any auto magazines or Consumer Reports you will find that nitrogen in the tires has no effect. It works only as a marketing gimmick.