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2014 Honda Civic Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • hondaman82hondaman82 Posts: 5
    edited March 29

    Hello, I just picked up a new 2014 Honda Civic 4 Door LX Automatic White color in Orange County , CA for $18800 OTD after $500 flex cash for finance through Honda at 1.9% APR. On the sale paper, the price of the car is $17600 + roughly 10% tax / tag, but they add $500 flex cash on top of my 3K down payment. My monthly payment $277 for 60 months. Hopefully this will help someone out there to get a good deal. Happy hunting!

  • hondaman82hondaman82 Posts: 5

    This thread is not very active? no one buy any 2014 civic at all? LOL

  • dottieedottiee Posts: 7

    2014 Civic EX-L with Navigation $22,600 ($24,720 OTD) all cash. We were told the sales manager applied $500 flex cash (without financing) to get that price.... Whatever works. OC, CA

    We almost walked because the first OTD price they showed us was over $28k, WTF?!

    When we were signing, the finance guy offered $500 flex cash off an alarm system if we finance. I told him we would partially finance if flex cash was applied to the sale price without buying an alarm, paint protection or any other BS... He said no. I guess his "flex" cash ain't that flexible.

  • hazelkohazelko Posts: 2

    I just recently bought a 2014 Civic EX sedan for $21,005 OTD at Anderson Honda in Palo Alto! I'm very happy with the price. I originally got a different quote a week prior to getting my final quote. The first quote I got from them was $21,601.70 OTD which was pretty good since the MSRP for an 2014 EX was $21,880, but I decided to keep shopping around as I wanted something lower. Next week comes and I get an email saying that Anderson Honda is have a "Civic Week" which entailed Honda putting down $500 towards my down payment. I get another quote saying that the OTD for a 2014 Civic EX is now $21,005. I get hooked and exchange a few emails with a very helpful guy named Les St. Clair who is the internet sales manager and go in to talk about a purchase. Customer experience with Les was excellent and he never pressured me to buy any services or accessories for the civic. However, the finance guy I worked with, Ace, was a tiny bit pushy as he would try to sell us extended warranties and services even when we said no thanks. He used fear in his pitches for all the extra safety stuff which is perfectly understandable but it just didn't sit well with me (maybe because I was cynical towards the finance guy). Overall I'm very happy with the $21,005 OTD price I got for the 2014 Civic EX!

  • dhart1268dhart1268 Posts: 9

    I just purchased a 2014 Civic EX sedan for $19,500 OTD (including tax) at Honda of Waldorf in Maryland. I am hoping we got a good deal (the salesman thought so, but don't they always :smile: ) This included the Honda flex cash of $500. I shopped around a few dealers on line and created a bit of a bidding war. I probably could have gotten them down a bit further, but I needed a car by the end of the week. My salesperson was Steve Newman if this helps anyone, I am glad.

  • ttg911ttg911 Posts: 39
    edited April 24

    Just inked the deal : 2014 Civic EX-L with Navigation for $21,959 and they are additionally applying $500 flex cash and $500 new grad as down payments for a final sales price of $20,959. I am still torn between leasing (.0003 or .72% money factor) or 1.9% for 60-months APR. Only other fees are: $295 doc fee, $125 new plates, and sales tax of 6.25% in MA. In addition, this dealer offers a $100 referral bonus and a friend referred me to the sales guy...easy deal and I shopped 2 other dealers via Internet Sales Managers and nobody would beat the deal...

    Thoughts?

  • dhart1268...Do you care to share the breakdown of your $19,500 out the door price? How much of it was taxes, doc fee etc? Sounds like a pretty good deal.

  • dhart1268dhart1268 Posts: 9

    Sure: 2014 Civic EX Sedan

     Selling Price            = $18395.81  
     Processing Fee        = $199.00
     Sales Tax (6%)        = $1115.69
     Honda Flex Cash      = (-$500)
     Registration             = $189.50
     Title/Lien Fees         = $100.00
    

    Total Out the Door = $19,500.00

    I put $7000 down and financed $12,500 for 48 months at 1.9% = $271/month.

    Hope this helps someone else. Let me know your thoughts or questions.

  • dhart1268dhart1268 Posts: 9

    I forgot to mention, the selling price of $18395.81 included the Destination fee of $795. Thanks.

  • bmor1bmor1 Posts: 1

    Dhart1268 Thanks for the info. I test drove a civic 2014 today. I noticed there were 2013s at Waldorf. Is there a reason you went w/a 2014? Any performance or equipment improvements? I was quoted 17,500 freight included for an LX. Your price was very good.

  • dhart1268dhart1268 Posts: 9
    edited April 27
    There was another refresh done for 2014. check out the link:

    http://www.autotrader.com/research/article/car-reviews/220978/2013-vs-2014-honda-civic-whats-the-difference.jsp


    Since I had decided on the EX, the changes in technology were worth it for me. Your situation could be different.
  • dhart1268dhart1268 Posts: 9
    edited April 27
    Hope this helps
  • anthony97anthony97 Posts: 2

    Thanks for the info from this forums. Just bought 2014 Civic LX at Sunnyvale,CA(bay area). OTD $19000(No Financing) Don't think this is a best deal. Really should get EX for 500 extra...

  • anthony97anthony97 Posts: 2

    Dealer offer 4 years full maintenance plan for 1250(with tax). Is this a good deal?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,835

    $300/yr for maintenance for a Civic seems pricy... I'd take my chances, and pay as you go.

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  • dhart1268dhart1268 Posts: 9
    edited April 27
    I agree with kyfdx. How many miles that include ?
  • ksmoksmo Posts: 4

    $16500 including doc fee for '14 Civic LX manual sedan. MSRP was roughly $|9200. This number is without taxes. Got special APR as well.

  • 1985mb1985mb Posts: 54

    How much relative to invoice do you think can be done on a 2014 Civic LX coupe (preferably manual)?

  • suriyasuriya Posts: 9

    Wow. This is the best price I have seen. Do you mind telling me the location?

    Thanks

    @dhart1268 said: Sure: 2014 Civic EX Sedan

     Selling Price            = $18395.81  
     Processing Fee        = $199.00
     Sales Tax (6%)        = $1115.69
     Honda Flex Cash      = (-$500)
     Registration             = $189.50
     Title/Lien Fees         = $100.00
    

    Total Out the Door = $19,500.00

    I put $7000 down and financed $12,500 for 48 months at 1.9% = $271/month.

    Hope this helps someone else. Let me know your thoughts or questions.

  • wonjbwonjb Posts: 4
    edited May 7

    Hi all! Writing to see if my lease deal is considered good

    2014 Civic Coupe LX CVT

    $0 Down, $200 a month after tax.

    I am in Los Angeles. Thanks!

  • wonjbwonjb Posts: 4
    Also I was wondering how much extra it would have cost to get the EX. Starting to get buyer's remorse....lol
  • zo0m1zo0m1 Posts: 9

    that sounds like a good deal. $200 after tax? what's your MF? 36 month? 12k? which dealership?

  • dhart1268dhart1268 Posts: 9
    edited May 8
    Suriya,
    This was at Honda of Waldorf in Waldorf MD. It is formally Ken Dixon Honda. I'm pleased with the dealership
  • wonjbwonjb Posts: 4
    edited May 8

    @zo0m1 said: that sounds like a good deal. $200 after tax? what's your MF? 36 month? 12k? which dealership?

    Yes $200 after tax, which is about $184 before tax. 35 month lease, 12k miles a year, Hardin Honda in Anaheim, CA. As far as MF goes, I have no idea. I went in with $200 after tax being my max and ended up getting it!

  • zo0m1zo0m1 Posts: 9

    pretty cool deal you got yourself :) do you know the sales price?

  • zo0m1zo0m1 Posts: 9

    also, did you have to pay any fees upfront or does the $200 include everything?

  • wonjbwonjb Posts: 4

    @zo0m1 said: also, did you have to pay any fees upfront or does the $200 include everything?

    Ah sorry I really should have put all my info up the first time. The final sales price is 17822.61 with a 595 acquisition fee. So the actual price of the vehicle is 17277.61. I paid the first month's payment of $200 + $338 in fees.

  • cherryblossocherryblosso Posts: 1

    I am in Orange County, Calif. I am interest in buying a 2014 Honda Civic LX sedan CVT Automatic, if any one bought his car recently please share your purchase price, plus tax, license fees, out the door price, dealer location, so I have some ideas to look for and negotiate. Any reply is greatly appreciate !

  • engrvaengrva Posts: 1

    dhart1268: What options did you get if any? Would appreciate your response. I am planning to get a car tomorrow.

    @dhart1268 said: Sure: 2014 Civic EX Sedan

     Selling Price            = $18395.81  
     Processing Fee        = $199.00
     Sales Tax (6%)        = $1115.69
     Honda Flex Cash      = (-$500)
     Registration             = $189.50
     Title/Lien Fees         = $100.00
    

    Total Out the Door = $19,500.00

    I put $7000 down and financed $12,500 for 48 months at 1.9% = $271/month.

    Hope this helps someone else. Let me know your thoughts or questions.

  • dhart1268dhart1268 Posts: 9
    I did not get any extra options added. Sticker was $21,880.00 (including destination) if that helps. I also have the actual window sticker if you need it I can send a pic.good luck...loving the car.
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