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2013 and earlier-Honda Civic Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • Michaell@EdmundsMichaell@Edmunds ColoradoPosts: 1,082

    @11tybillion said: Pretty sure I got ripped off badly lol. I bought a 2013 EX civic for 21k otd. They made me buy wheel locks, splash guards, and some stupid trunk thing for 499...hopefully this civic is reliable so i don't have to buy another new car for at least a decade :(

    Maybe, maybe not. You did get a great and reliable car that should easily last a decade or more if you maintain it. Check in with us first next time - lots of folks here willing and able to help you get a great price.

    Enjoy your new Civic!

    michaell@edmunds.com

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    2013 Hyundai Elantra GT / 2010 Mazda CX-7 GT / 2014 MINI Countryman S ALL4

  • mkosovermkosover Posts: 9

    @radar007 said: I'm looking for prices paid on 2014 Civic EX and EX-L models. Anyone buy one of these yet around Ohio? I've got a few internet quotes but was wondering how far below invoice they are willing to go this time of year? Thanks.

    What kind of price quotes did you get for EX? I just got $20,290 for 2014 Civic EX (car + destination fee) in CT Looking to see how good of a price that is. Max

  • radar007radar007 OhioPosts: 15
    edited January 15

    I got quotes for $20,500, $19,890 and $19,640 all plus TTL for the 2014 Civic EX. EX-L was $21,168. Most doc fees were $250 and one was $130 which was at a PA dealer. I'm still on the fence on which car I want. I would feel more comfortable around $19,000 but doubt that is doable this early in the year. Good luck.

  • kyfdx%40Edmundskyfdx%40Edmunds Posts: 25,869

    Are you shopping in Ohio? The state regulates the maximum doc fee at $250.

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  • radar007radar007 OhioPosts: 15

    Yes looking in OH but only 25 min drive from PA so got 1 quote from there and doc fee was $130.

  • mkosovermkosover Posts: 9

    @radar007 said: I got quotes for $20,500, $19,890 and $19,640 all plus TTL for the 2014 Civic EX. EX-L was $21,168. Most doc fees were $250 and one was $130 which was at a PA dealer. I'm still on the fence on which car I want. I would feel more comfortable around $19,000 but doubt that is doable this early in the year. Good luck.

    Thank you for sharing! Because of you I was able to negotiate for 2014 Civic EX to $19700, which includes destination fee, but does not include tax/title/reg/doc fee. Dealers don't have many EX on the lot yet, so they are not as keen to negotiate. thanks Max

  • radar007radar007 OhioPosts: 15
    Great job! I know it's early in the year so negotiating is going to be tough. I'm debating between this and a leftover '13 accord LX demo for just a little more. I'm gonna target $1000 under invoice but may not get there this time of year. Enjoy your civic!!
  • So i recently bought my civic...after I had signed all the paperwork, the salesman then told me that they had misplaced the other two keys and remote, and owner's manual -- I said this is ok, but I want the keys and manual shipped to me via UPS (the dealership is an hour away from where I live). My friend told me that this is grounds for me to return the car. I'm actually considering it (if true), so I can upgrade to the accord. Do you guys know if there is any truth to this?

    As of right now, I only have one basic key so when I have passenger's I have to manually unlock their door which is a PITA...

  • I should mention, I bought it last Tuesday. I called on Friday and they said they'd get back to me, and no one has yet.

  • kyfdx%40Edmundskyfdx%40Edmunds Posts: 25,869

    "the salesman then told me"

    "My friend told me"

    Pretty sure that neither of those statements are going to let you return a car that you've already purchased... Just stay on the dealership about getting your keys and manual to you..

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  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 17,347

    I totally agree. You have no grounds to return a car over a silly detail like that. Things happen.

    If those items don't arrive very quickly I would call and ask to speak to their General Manager.

  • luckypraluckypra Posts: 1
    edited January 23

    I got a quote for 2014 Civic LX,

    • Internet Price - 17173 (including D&H)
    • NJ Tax - 7%
    • NJ Motor Vehicle - $276 - $301
    • Doc - $359

    This is in NJ. Not sure what is NJ Motor Vehicle charges As I see new plates fee from DMV is like $60.

    What you guys thinks about it?

  • g6leaserg6leaser Posts: 48

    Trying to help my sister in law lease a new 2014 Honda Civic Sedan EX-L CVT Sedan with Navigation - MSRP $25,030 (includes $790 destination) 36 months / 15,000 miles. If I can negotiate the price to $23,800 (about $500 over invoice). She would like to only put first month down but could go up to $1,500. Does someone have the money factor / residual for the 2014 Honda Civic EX-L CVT w/nav for 36mos/15,000 miles. What would a reasonable lease price with those figures - NJ Sales Tax 7%, NJ Motor Vehicle 275, Doc Fee 269. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Note - She went to the dealer with her dad and was quoted $249/month on a 2013 Civic EX w/o navigation MSRP 21,065 (don't know what negotiated car price was) same 36mos/15,000 miles with $1,500 down. Dealer is going to waive her remaining 4 2011 lease payments on her current Civic.

    Thanks! ER

  • kyfdx%40Edmundskyfdx%40Edmunds Posts: 25,869
    edited January 26

    I don't have any money factor information on the 2014 Civic.. The residual for that model is 55%.

    The 2013 Civic EX that was quoted probably has a lot of incentives and a low, low money factor. Rates for the 2014 loaded up model probably won't be close.

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  • g6leaserg6leaser Posts: 48

    Thanks to kyfdx and all of the great input in here, I was able to negotiate a lease for a 2013 Honda Civic Sedan EX MSRP 21,605 for $225/month 36mos / 15,000 miles a year lease. KYFDX is the bomb!!!

  • txvhptxvhp Posts: 1

    I'm also considering negotiating a 2013 EX lease. Was the $225/month with the $1500 down or another amount? Thanks!

  • g6leaserg6leaser Posts: 48

    txvhp - we wanted to keep the payments lower, so we put the $1500 down, so it was $225/month 36 mos. /15,000 miles. There is also dealer incentive cash you may be able to get for more cap reduction if you ask.

  • Opinions on this lease deal for the State of MD for 2013 Honda Civic Sedan LX

    $205/month, 36 months, 12k miles/year.

    $0 down

  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 17,347

    @kosmokramer said: Opinions on this lease deal for the State of MD for 2013 Honda Civic Sedan LX

    $205/month, 36 months, 12k miles/year.

    $0 down

    _I'm surprised there are any 2013's left.

    You can probably get the same deal or very close to it on a 2014 because of the residuals._

  • jayszjaysz Posts: 3

    Purchased a 2014 Civic EX today at Sloane Honda in Philadelphia, PA, bought the car for $19390 plus tax and tags with 1.9% financing. I have purchased 3 cars at this dealership and they are ok to deal with, this is my 3rd Honda from them. You do need to be pretty firm and they will give you a good price, they know me pretty well by now.

    Salesman told me the best price he could do was $19890 and then I spoke with the manager this morning and said I wanted to do a deal and I need a little better price. He gave me $500 honda down payment assistance, which means the dealership gets a portion of the funds from Honda. Although since they do not reduce the price of the car by that amount you pay tax on the $500.

    Drove a Camry and Corolla this morning before the deal and the Honda's were just so much better quality, the cvt on the Corolla did not perform well at all, oh well glad to help if I can, Jay.

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