Last post on May 22, 2013 at 9:25 PM
You are in the Honda Accord Coupe
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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#27940 of 29563 Re: 2013 Honda Accord Sport [brian125]
Jan 07, 2013 (3:21 pm)
In other words...just do it the way we've always done it! End of story!
#27941 of 29563 Re: 2013 Honda Accord Sport [13as]
Jan 07, 2013 (3:47 pm)
That's a great price. The MSRP for the Accord Sport is $24,980, if you paid $20,131.68 + 790 destination charge, you got more than 16% discount. This is the highest discount I have seen for the 2013 Accord. Congratulations!
#27942 of 29563 Re: 2013 Honda Accord Sport [sandman_6472]
Jan 07, 2013 (5:58 pm)
Lol... It will never happen... Do you see some of the postings thru out these threads.. These dealers are having a field day with some of these posters money..
#27944 of 29563 Re: 2013 Honda Accord Sport [brian125]
Jan 07, 2013 (6:19 pm)
He said it was the automatic. It is actually 16.25% discount from the MSRP. can anyone tell me if you have seen a higher discount than 16.25% for a 2013 Accord?
This is a good reference for people looking to buy a new Accord.
#27945 of 29563 Re: 2013 Honda Accord Sport [wlfinancial]
Jan 07, 2013 (6:21 pm)
just deleted my post misread his posting.
#27946 of 29563 Re: 2013 Honda Accord Sport [13as]
Jan 07, 2013 (6:46 pm)
I was just looking at 13as.. posting.. your deal was 2000 below dealers Invoice. Did you buy the ONE that was missing a door. LOL... Your price is pretty much out of the realm of any pricing. Why/ how did you get such a low price. Did you offer your first born or something...
I have 4 deals with local dealers in this area I'm working on... including Autosport of N.J for about $900 to 1300 below dealers Invoice. All these dealers wont remove there doc fee's so basically i'm buying the Accord EXL v6 for 1k below dealers invoice unless i buy out of state like Weymouth. honda etc.. I should be able to make my best deal the last day of Jan..
Unless i could give the dealer my first born who is now 30 Lol..
#27947 of 29563 Re: 2013 Honda Accord EXL [perunest]
Jan 07, 2013 (8:12 pm)
I think including ONLY the OTD price in posts DOES NOT help people except for those in your state (and lot of times people don't even mention the state). In a lot of cases, people come here to find deals that are a few hundred bucks cheaper. Differences in state taxes are easily more than that. Therefore, it is impossible to tell if a deal is good or not. To me the price to compare is the price before TTL (Tax, Title and License). TTL is something the state slaps on car purchases. Dealers cannot change it. If you don't like the TTL, you just have to move.
#27948 of 29563 Re: 2013 Honda Accord EXL [augcarbuyer]
Jan 08, 2013 (6:01 am)
Sale price of car and doc fee's is really all you need to determine good deals. This is a on going problem in these forums. If you stick around long enough you will get good information and buying tips..Your States taxes and DMV fee's will be priced accordingly. Most dealers do make a few bucks on registering your car. The big problem today with dealers is very high Doc fee's. Alot of people today are more informed with the internet and pricing. So dealers have found another way to recoup some of that money back. Another thing some dealers are doing is telling buyers they wont sell you a vehicle by phone or online you have to come into the dealership. That is a no-no-. do not fall for that... Unless you want to spend about 6 hours in that dealership and watching the salesman play games and make like a yo- yo,, back and forth to his manager.. Then giving you a half ass price after all that wasted time..... I always like to keep my negotiations separate from my visit to certain dealerships to check out cars i like . Then making my deal with the dealerships manager the last day of that month. This is how you get the best deal possible.. You always try to make yor best deal with the person who can say yes to your price.. The Manager. The Salesman is for car info and test drives..
#27949 of 29563 Re: 2013 Honda Accord EXL [brian125]
Jan 08, 2013 (6:23 am)
The California DMV website has a fee schedule to determine the
amount for a new car purchased in the zip code of the potential buyer.
Car dealers in CA have a $29.00 "electronic filing fee" that
is not a DMV fee. It is just another deceptive sales technique
used to add additional profits to the car dealer. They are quick
to remove it upon request.