Last post on May 19, 2013 at 5:17 PM
You are in the Honda Accord Coupe
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Honda Accord, Coupe, Sedan
#28720 of 29555 Re: My Best carwoo price quotes (YMMV) [somans]
Feb 26, 2013 (12:24 pm)
I live in NYC. I also want to close the deal this week. I was looking for OTD of $22500.00 with 8.875% tax tag and doc fee.
My current offer I have is for $22750 OTD from out of state
For You in NJ you should look for OTD (with Taxes and All Fees) of $22300-22800. In that range it should be considered good deal.
Because of the bad weather I see dealers whom i have contacted are willing to work with you. Either that or I guess this week Honda is offering dealers incentives that we dont know yet.
I do not know how to contact someone privately on this forum? Can someone please help.
#28721 of 29555 Has anyone actually purchased from Weymouth Honda?
Feb 26, 2013 (3:06 pm)
I see many people on this forum using the prices from this dealer to negotiate with other dealers. No dealers in my Northeast area are willing to come anywhere near Weymouth's price. They all sing the same tune, "that is below cost. No one can sell you a car for that price. The prices you are seeing are not what you think they are".
And so, my question is, has anyone actually purchased from this dealer? Where there any issues or surprises? I am considering making the couple of hour drive to save $1k and would appreciate any reviews on them.
#28722 of 29555 Re: Has anyone actually purchased from Weymouth Honda? [ziggy25a]
Feb 26, 2013 (3:34 pm)
Call Yonkers honda. Speak with Bill Internet manager. He is on his game.
Tell him to match or come close to your offer and you will buy from him.
Check his inventory first.
Weymouth doc fees............239
Ny doc fee's.......................75
Let him know I'm waiting on him to lower his distressed vehicle price and i will buy from him also...........LOL
Post how you made out.
#28723 of 29555 Re: My Best carwoo price quotes (YMMV) [vba123]
Feb 26, 2013 (6:21 pm)
My last post was for you with Yonkers honda.
you said your in the nyc area..
#28724 of 29555 EX manual transmission
Feb 26, 2013 (9:17 pm)
Just purchased an Accord sedan EX manual at Herb Chambers in Massachusetts for $22,989 plus tax, title, and reg. Great experience with dealership. Not a great price, but there are very few of these around. About 5 (Modern Steel) in New England. Very happy with the deal.
#28725 of 29555 White Accord Sport CVT
Feb 26, 2013 (11:38 pm)
Dealer: Anderson Honda in Palo Alto CA
Original OTD price: $25,800
What i paid...
Car price: $22,700
The dealers here claim this particular model has very low availability.
#28726 of 29555 Re: EX manual transmission [evped2]
Feb 27, 2013 (2:03 am)
#28727 of 29555 Pricing on an EX-L V6 with NAVIGATION
Feb 27, 2013 (8:15 am)
I have just started looking and yet to test drive the Accord although I come from the "Honda family" and have great opinion on their products
Can anyone tell me what should be a realistic price point for a V6, Auto, EX-L with Navigation in the Midwest? I haven't purchased a *NEW* car in a looooong time and seeing the MSRP on this configuration, I am debating between the Accord versus a CPO Acura TL (I personally like the tech on the Honda better though).
Thanks in advance!!
#28728 of 29555 Re: 2013 EX-L sedan 4-cylinder [whatcar2buy]
Feb 27, 2013 (9:46 am)
First OTD depends on the state you are purchasing in. In OK OTD will never include taxes as they are defined as Excise Tax and is not between the dealer and consumer but rather that is between the state and the consumer. Now that being said in TX where the tax on a car purchase is defined as sales tax then OTD will always include the tax as it is between the dealer and the consumer.
#28729 of 29555 Re: 2013 EX-L sedan 4-cylinder [jimmytulsa]
Feb 27, 2013 (9:54 am)
Everyone needs to keep in mind that there are no cookie cutter car deals. Every car deal is unique, and in order for a dealer to take a losing deal there have to be positive deals. At some point somebody has to pay because the car business isn't a non-profit business. fair deal I think is $500.00 profit for the dealer combined with convenience and customer service. Its always so funny to read comments from people that clearly no nothing about how the car business really works. There are no two invoices and yes dealers lose real money on car deals.