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2013 and earlier-Honda Civic Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • taffy_r18taffy_r18 Posts: 2
    edited February 2012
    I just helped my sister-in-law take delivery of her new 2012 Civic tonight. I had competitive bids from 15 Honda dealers and then gave a couple of them a second shot to beat the best offer that we had received. Here is what we got:

    2012 Honda Civic LX sedan, automatic
    $17,987
    + $129 document fee
    - $700 when financed through Honda
    ---------
    $17,416 before tax (7%), title, registration
    ---------
    $18,702 OTD (included splash guards too)

    This was from a Pittsburgh, PA area dealer. I think the price was great and the dealer was awesome to work with. Everything was done over the phone ahead of time. She just had to sign papers and was on her way. No hard selling in the F&I office either.
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  • just got a quote from honda dealer for 2012 honda civic EX with navigation and sunroof. Since my credit isn't that good(around 720). They offer me $3000 for DP, $370 monthly payment(include TAX) for 35 months leasing term, and the residual price is $13500 at the end of lease. How is this sounds? how bad of this deal? :mad:
  • jason115, are you saying that it's $370 per month with $3,000 due at signing? If so, that seems like a lot to me. What's the money factor on this "deal?"
  • I believe the money is about .0025. I think I was ripped off... :mad:
  • Just paid $18600 OTD((2012 Civic LX automatic), state 5 percent tax included . all doc fees etc.
    Bangor, Maine..may have got it down a little more perhaps, but I am told this was a good deal.
    You pays your money, you takes your chances! HA!
    Good dealership, more professional than most. Darlings.
  • dan36124dan36124 Posts: 15
    edited February 2012
    Oh man....Dude that's a terrible deal. A deal I was just working on (but dealer screwed it up with terrible trade in value)...is Civic EX with Nav.

    MSRP - 22775
    Selling Price - 20728
    Residual - 58% (13,209.50)
    Money factor - .000810
    36months/15k miles per year.

    Including tax this comes to $252 a month. Of course they'll try to throw in a bank fee, motor vehicles, 1st month......maybe a doc fee (tell them NO).....But 370 is offensively high. I think 720 would be good enough to get the good money factor. I think? Even still, at .0025, your payment would come to $314 a month in this deal.

    Oh and do not put "DOWN" any money as a cap cost reduction. If the car is totalled or stolen and not found, that money is gone. Better to have slightly higher monthly payments and keep that money safe.
  • Trade-in for a 2012 Civic EX. Paid $11,750 out the door. Trade in was a 2003 Accord EX with 110,000 miles (great shape, new timing belt/tires, leather/moonroof). They threw in window tint on the new car. In Tulsa, OK.

    Good deal?
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  • This price is really good. How much state tax did you pay? I'm seeing a Honda civic LX Auto too these days. The best offer I can get is 18000 otd, including 8% state plus county tax.
  • Purchased a new civic ex today from round rock honda for 19200 otd. Had a trade so no tax was added. Got 1.9 and first payment covered by ahfc. Sales staff(Internet guy) was great and finished the deal in 1.5 hrs.
  • Removing the 8% tax from $18000 on the LX Auto, the price would be $16666.

    My local Honda (Chicago area) has the LX Auto listed with a sale price of $16990. These are over $1000 under invoice. Looks like there is a little more room for me to negotiate.

    I was about ready to buy at the $16990 price, so I'd say $16666 is a great price.
  • I bought my 2011 Civic LX with no options in Dec 2010 and paid $16581 OTD.

    Carrs Honda in Chicago. Ask for Ludovic.
  • fgwhfgwh Posts: 5
    Two of my friends bought new cars in March 2011 and November 2011 respectively and paid about OTD $16800 respectively. As I looking for new cars now, the lowest offer from internet is OTD $17700. It seems the price goes up by about $1000. Is it possible to get last year's price?
  • dfencedfence Posts: 2
    I had a price of 17,500 otd on a 2012 LX but decided on an EX for 19,000 otd This was from a Dealer in the Washington DC area
  • dfencedfence Posts: 2
    I got a OTD price of 17,500 for a LX Auto
  • Just bought a Civic EXL w Navi at a dealership in Suffolk County NY.

    Price of vehicle : $22,000 with LoJack installed. OTD was $23,995 after taxes/fees.

    Hope this helps someone.
  • fgwhfgwh Posts: 5
    edited March 2012
    HI, Dfence,
    Do you have the dealership name, please?

    ''I had a price of 17,500 otd on a 2012 LX but decided on an EX for 19,000 otd This was from a Dealer in the Washington DC area ''
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