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Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, Volkswagen Passat, Sedan
#41 of 1838 Is this ethical?
Aug 20, 1999 (6:32 pm)
It seems to me that the $125 "temporary insurance", which you say is 48 hours, (that's $22,500 a year!)is nothing but dealer profit and should be considered as part of the purchase price.
I don't consider a dealer trustworthy, if he won't let you keep the car in the lot for 24-48 hours while you arrange for insurance, and insists that you must drive the car out right away.
In any case, the last time I leased a car, I called the insurance company (GEICO) from the dealer's office, and they told me that I was insured effective immediately.
#42 of 1838 Thanks for the concern..
Aug 20, 1999 (11:49 pm)
Sensible, Wow, you actually used calculator to let me know the yearly insurance cost at that price. Thanks for the concern, but let's move on with your life. That 'over-paid' insurance is good for 10 days. And congratulations on your insurance rate. Too bad for me, GEICO does not cover NJ.
#43 of 1838 Insurance
Aug 25, 1999 (8:59 pm)
State Farm provides equal coverage to their customers based on your current policy. Usually it will cover upto 72 hours after the purchase of the vehicle. So if you bought it Friday night you'd still have coverage on Monday - ample time to sign you're new pride and joy up.
I've only purchased in CA & TX before and have never heard of insurance being sold by the dealer?
Maybe different on the East Coast?
#44 of 1838 matthong
Aug 25, 1999 (9:07 pm)
I purchased a 99 EX V6 for $23,060. I wanted the 6-disc changer (arm rest) 522 Installed/tax
For a total of: $23,661
This took about 30 minutes to negotiate. (Amazingly enough... could have been my whinny 2 yr old though?)
This was in No. CA where they had two left:
I took the Black/Grey - which I wanted anyway - and the Green/Tan was sold the next day. To my knowledge there are no more '99's in the East Bay.
So there's very limited seletion.
Hope that helps!
#45 of 1838 Lesli
Aug 29, 1999 (6:06 am)
Can't find info on 2000 Accords in News.excite as it says "sorry, this article not available". What's the scoop? When are they coming out and what will be the ballpark price?
#46 of 1838 2000 Accords
Aug 30, 1999 (1:59 am)
Spotted at least a dozen new 2000 Accords on display in local dealer's lot.
#47 of 1838 towme
Aug 31, 1999 (7:55 am)
I am looking for a vehicle that will pull a jet ski. What I find on the web differs from what the dealers say. As far as the three cars this site is dedicated to, can any of these pull up to 1,000 lbs?
#48 of 1838 husky1
Sep 06, 1999 (2:53 am)
You should have bought a Mazda Millenia S (210 HP V6). Available after rebate and dealer incentive for $26K. It has the style and handling sadly lacking in the Accord EX. Also much better fit and finish and rides better. Also, you won't feel like a grandpa driving it.
The accord certainly is practical though!!!
Sep 10, 1999 (3:36 am)
How can one get Accord EX V6 for 21.5K when it's invoice Price is $21,614???
i'm looking for a new Accord EX in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Does it makessense to buy a 2000 model...
Sep 10, 1999 (3:38 am)
Add the destination charge of $415 to $21,614 and it goes over $22K