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2014 Honda Civic Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • arghscararghscar Posts: 3

    Just picked up my Civic EX-L in SoCal. Paid $22,500 OTD. Included in the price was the door edge film already "installed" (if you call putting on stickers installation) for $150. Amazon sells them for $8 a set... Other than that, I feel great about the deal. No hassle, went through internet sales.

  • arob1arob1 Posts: 34

    @wordslikej: I think you paid way too much for a Civic LX. OTD price should be $18100-$18500 at most. I paid $18300 two weeks ago.

  • senthilkssenthilks Posts: 1

    Hi, I am planning to buy new 2014 civic lx CVT, I am located in los angeles and based on the discussion with dealers I get an OTD price range of $18500 - $19000. Please suggest me whether the price range is good and also please let me know dealers who can offer a better price. Thanks, Senthil.

  • wbadwbad Posts: 15

    From Buffalo NY and looking at Civic EX between now and end of month. Invoice with Dest charge is coming up as $20,390. Is 2k or better below invoice attainable on this?

    What would be a good lowball number to start with when I email dealers. We are going to a 100 mile radius of 14212. We plan on walking into dealership with preapproved loan from credit union but will be open to a better rate if they want to look for us. We were getting mixed info as far as incentives go in this area during test drives at 2 separate dealers but salesmen were obviously new. So, I'm not what incentives are. Is there a chance they will change between now and labor day? Do we stand to get a better deal is we wait another month? I posted same questions in CRV pricing forum also because wife is now undecided. We "want to drive" a CRV but we "want to pay for" a Civic. I guess it comes down to how many $$ difference it will be between the two which will help decide. Thanks in advance!

  • arghscararghscar Posts: 3

    @senthilks said: Hi, I am planning to buy new 2014 civic lx CVT, I am located in los angeles and based on the discussion with dealers I get an OTD price range of $18500 - $19000. Please suggest me whether the price range is good and also please let me know dealers who can offer a better price. Thanks, Senthil.

    Try Rock Honda or Spreen Honda. Both are kind of far but they offered much lower prices than the dealerships around me in LA. Just be careful of their add-ons and finance department (per Yelp reviews). I brought my own financing so it wasn't an issue for me. But they did get me on the add-ons. It was already 10:30 p.m. so I just gave up on the door edge stickers.

    Good luck!

  • tychesystychesys Posts: 2

    I purchased a 2014 Honda Civic LX CVT this month. The price before tax/registration/documentation fees is $16,880 (destination fee included). Hope this is helpful for potential Civic buyers.

  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 41,576

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  • Thanks to all on the forum for sharing. Just picked up a Civic LX from a dealer in MD. Went through the PenFed car buying service and got online quotes. Prices quoted were much better than the Costco auto program.

    Base price - 16983 (includes destination charge) + 6% MD tax + 279 (Tags+Title) + $300 dealer processing fee = 18,600. Sales person was very nice. Was able to get Honda to finance at 0.9% for 60 months. Dealer threw in free Nitrogen fill for which they wanted close to $200.

  • hi, does anybody knows how much to pay for a honda civic SI w/navigator 2014?? thanks
  • i forget to mentiom thAt im in NJ,
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 7,253

    @lilylopez71 said: hi, does anybody knows how much to pay for a honda civic SI w/navigator 2014?? thanks

    Use the pricing tools at the top of the page to help determine your target sales price. I should think invoice minus $1000 or so would be a good starting point.

    You can read the past few pages of this discussion as well, as there have been some posts on the 2014 Si.

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  • thanks so much Michael if ill get that price i have to add TAX, Tags etc, correct?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 7,253

    @lilylopez71 said: thanks so much Michael if ill get that price i have to add TAX, Tags etc, correct?

    Correct.

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  • Did anybody buy Civic LX CVT auto 2014 recently or Labor day weekend? If you did, please help to post the price in details. I'm in North CA (Bay Area) and tried to contact many dealers (through emails) around my area but their price are too high (in 17K range includes dest fee). Thanks.

  • First time car buyer and I need your help!! I'm trying to purchase the 2014 Honda Civic EX-L w/ navi. I've contacted a few dealerships and the best deal I got thus far is $24,200 OTD. Based on the TrueCare website, the average person paying in my area (zip 91775) is $23,537 before taxes+fees, so I know I am getting a reasonably good deal, but the Asian and commitment-phobe in me wants to know for sure, that I'm getting THE optimum deal.

    2015 model is coming out at the end of this month as well, so I'm trying to use that as leverage to go below $24K, but no dealership is budging.

    In regards to payment, I'm doing half cash and financing half. What are some good rates you all have come across? The dealerships are promoting 0.9% for 60 months w/ good credit, (which I have!), but they're trying to screw me over with 4.9% (no thanks).

    Thank you all in advance for the insight!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 30,476

    First time car buyer and I need your help!! I'm trying to purchase the 2014 Honda Civic EX-L w/ navi. I've contacted a few dealerships and the best deal I got thus far is $24,200 OTD. Based on the TrueCare website, the average person paying in my area (zip 91775) is $23,537 before taxes+fees, so I know I am getting a reasonably good deal, but the Asian and commitment-phobe in me wants to know for sure, that I'm getting THE optimum deal.

    2015 model is coming out at the end of this month as well, so I'm trying to use that as leverage to go below $24K, but no dealership is budging.

    In regards to payment, I'm doing half cash and financing half. What are some good rates you all have come across? The dealerships are promoting 0.9% for 60 months w/ good credit, (which I have!), but they're trying to screw me over with 4.9% (no thanks).

    Thank you all in advance for the insight!

    In some states, the 0.9% is only offered up to 36 months, and then it's 1.9% over that.. Other states have the 0.9% for a full 60 months.

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  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 17,865
    I've been out of the business for awhile now but I can say that would be a VERY unusual model.

    The majority of Civic buyers have no use for leather or navigation so dealers don't order very many of them. Because of this, if they know they have interest in one they aren't about to give it away. You are not in a position of strength here. The dealer is.

    Now, if you were on a run of the mill LX sedan that would be a different story.

    If they aren't taking what you are offering you need to raise your offer.

    Lastly, do you REALLY need navigation? Most smart phones have that feature now.

    Even non navi Civics with leather are pretty rare.
  • vngbusavngbusa Posts: 1
    edited September 26
    Got 2014 Civic EX for $20,883 OTD from a dealer in the LA area today... reasonable price, I think? By and large they were a pleasure to work with and far more responsive than some of the other dealers around SoCal (some appear to not be interested in selling cars, which was rather confusing...)
  • I just bought Civic 2014 LX CVT sedan and no option added in, car price is $16,490 and OTD is $18,308. I'm in Bay Area CA.
  • There are conversion kits out there to change the front seats from Canvas to Leather if you really want to - they add $400 to $1000 bucks onto the deal. As for the Navigation, it is a nice to have, but you might find buying a Garman or Magellan way better with life time map updates and traffic alert system.
  • jtc975jtc975 Posts: 1
    jackpepin said:

    I just bought Civic 2014 LX CVT sedan and no option added in, car price is $16,490 and OTD is $18,308. I'm in Bay Area CA.

    jackpepin, I'm looking for same model and also in bay area; where did you buy yours?
  • I got it in Livermore
  • Jackpepin, I am also looking to buy the same model, is it possible to share the purchase order, striking the privacy info?
  • jackpepinjackpepin Posts: 4
    Check out the one in Palo Alto, CA. They seem to have couple good deals now.
  • udaya2udaya2 Posts: 1
    hi everyone , i just bought Honda civic for 20,200(out of door ) .. i put 5000 down and 1.9 apr for 60 month, just one thing bothering me that did i got a good or not ? ,,,,
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 30,476
    udaya2 said:

    hi everyone , i just bought Honda civic for 20,200(out of door ) .. i put 5000 down and 1.9 apr for 60 month, just one thing bothering me that did i got a good or not ? ,,,,

    Which Civic did you get, and what is the MSRP?

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  • Greetings Everyone, I am about to pull the trigger on a 4 - Door Civic EXL with Navi. Wondering what folks are paying in the DC, PA, NY, CT, MA & RI areas. I travel through all of these states often, so buying in another state is no big deal to me. I have 3 very competitive offers which I am contemplating, but would like to get a sense of price. I did the edmunds and fakecar price - actually Edmunds came back with better deals (Truecar is useless). Right now I am about $1000 under the edmunds price which is fair, but being at the end of the month and all. Just wondering if a deal can be had including destination for $20,500 or less before TTL?
  • SunnydawnSunnydawn Posts: 1
    edited October 29
    We just picked up a 2014 2 Door lx Civic for 16499.00, OTD was 18300.00 and .90% financing. We were told by a dealer they are trying to move the 2014 civics to make room for the 2015. We purchased the car at Stockton Honda but Livermore Honda said they would do the same also. I hope this was a good deal.
  • Pulled the trigger on the deal: 2014 Honda Civic EXL 4 Door Sedan in CT:

    Price $21,240 - includes wheel locks and all season mats - XTRA's below
    - $ 399 - 3M protective film to the front end / Front nose / Front Quarter Panels
    - $ 429 - fake document fee
    - Plus Tax and reg. also got the 1.99% financing for 5 years (60 months)
    - I had a better deal lined up out of state, but with limited supply and getting the color choice I wanted paying out another $100 on the car price (made that up on the mats and wheel locks) and $125 savings for fake doc fee, life is too short and not worth the hassle of taking time off work, running across state lines and dealing with the DMV.
  • heehee Posts: 1
    Yesterday bought a 2014 Honda Civic Sedan LX with Automatic Transmission in NJ.

    Sale price $16,943
    + $1,186.01 7% NJ Sales Tax
    + $259 Documentation Fee
    + $112 NJ DMV Fees for transferring plates
    = $18,500.01 total out the door for the 2014 Honda Civic Sedan LX .

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