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2013 and earlier-Honda Accord Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • with nav is impossible,that's a $2000 option. the 2 best dealers in dallas are mcdavid and lute riley.they both huge volume stores,sometimes lute wins sometime md wins,sometimes tie. but lute riley has been there for 25 years,and mcdavid has only 4 years. so long term wise,such as service,lute riley got some top rankings, even in the states. since the mcdavid's building is much newer and nicer,so md's operation cost is somehow higher as well.
  • ultfamcarultfamcar Posts: 18

    Can you please email me the details on how to get in on this group buy? My friend is also looking for an 09 LX here in the Bay Area. Which dealership?


    email: Charles UNDERSCORE Lung AT yahoo DOT com
  • krishna4krishna4 Posts: 6
    The total price of the car is 21K including all taxes.The dealer is Sam Linder honda salinas, CA. Talk to the internet manager and refer my name.

  • pjc89pjc89 Posts: 3
    This is the best OTD price I've been able to negotiate in the greater Chicago area. Any thoughts on whether this is a good price. I live in Oak Park, so that includes the incredibly high sales tax rate there.
  • easchmideaschmid Posts: 1

    If this price is for a 2009 Accord Sedan EX-L (automatic, 4 cylinder, no nav) then it sounds very similar to a price I have been quoted, actually better than mine considering you are probably stuck with 10% sales tax. My tax is 7%, but my most recent offer was $23,733 OTD. I have 1-2 more dealers to check with, so we'll see...
  • pjc89pjc89 Posts: 3

    Correct - EX-L (auto, 4cyl, non nav). I've gone back to a couple other dealers with this quote (supposedly claiming that they'll beat any price by $100) and they are taking a pass. So, I think we're getting close to their walk-away point.

  • bmf795bmf795 Posts: 9
    Has anyone found out if this incentive is over at the end of this month. Edmunds was showing that it goes until 5-4 like the financing special. I did run over something this morning showing 3-31. I have one payment left on my lease and would like to get it included in with my best price. Not sure if it's possible as my best price was 24300 on an EXL 4d i4. :confuse:
  • afmx1afmx1 Posts: 5
    I'm looking to buy in the south bay this weekend. Which dealer has the best OTD price in the SF bay area? Thanks.
  • chrisliuchrisliu Posts: 8
    Larry Hopkins Honda in sunnyvale, EX auto OTD price will be around 23238 (based on 8.25% sale tax). Internet quote.

    EX-L model will be around 24900 OTD. Should be down to ~24600 after negotiation.

    Sale tax will depend on where you register your new car not on the dealer's location.

    navbha, do you have any idea if we all team up to buy EX model on this weekend. How much lower we can get from Sam Linder Honda ?

    We will prefer to say on Larry Hopkins Honda if Sam Linder Honda can't provide more discount since I need to drive one and half hours to be there.
  • ronf1ronf1 Posts: 3
    Bought an Accord Sedan EX-L w/auto trans today. Walnut Creek Honda (CA). $23,998 + tax and lic. Got $500 on trade in (92 Volvo w/200K miles that was on it's last leg). Not a great deal, but I feel it was fair to all. FYI, Anderson Honda quoted same price but w/$1,000 for trade in. Decided to buy locally in Walnut Creek since they had my 1st choice color in stock.
  • afmx1afmx1 Posts: 5
    I'm starting to get the quotes in. Looks like Larry Hopkins got the best deal. For EX 4dr Auto, I was quoted $21,1000 +TTL.
  • ronf1ronf1 Posts: 3
    Opps. I have a correction, got the price wrong in my original post. I intended to say I bought my Accord Sedan EX-L w/auto trans today at Walnut Creek Honda (CA) for $23,398 + tax and lic
  • navbhanavbha Posts: 19
    I am from sacramento and have been working with few bay area dealers fro the past 2 weeks. Finally I was able to get them agree for $25200 with just for the are with no accessories.

    But one of the local dealers in sacramento offered the following package with $25K out of the door. Is it a good deal?

    Honda Accord 2009 EX-L Basque Red Pearl color with Electronic 5-Speed Automatic, 4 door Sedan
    with following accessories

    Wheel Locks for Alloy Wheels
    Rear Bumper Protector
    Splash Guard
    Trunk Tray
    Wood Steering Wheel Trim
    Non-Navigation Wood Steering Wheel Trim
    All Season Floor mats
  • inet123inet123 Posts: 11
    I am just about going to the dealers to find out in NJ for a 2009 - EX-L - V6 - No Navi.

    I'd appreciate if anyone can share the prices paid or the best quote around and which dealership.

    I am also considering EX-L-auto-i4 as well.

  • bmf795bmf795 Posts: 9
    DCH Kay Honda has given me the best price on an EX-L $21550 plus destination +++.
  • jayc5627jayc5627 Posts: 9
    hey inet123,
    i am in the process of purchasing the ex-l v6 ( navi ) if you want, maybe we can combine our purchase for better deal. feel free to email me thanks
  • ajg71283ajg71283 Posts: 7
    I bought my 09 Accord EX-L with Navi 4 cyl from Planet Honda. Cost me 27,500 OTD.
  • jayc5627jayc5627 Posts: 9
    i got quoted 26000 with dest. so far
  • inet123inet123 Posts: 11
    $25,412.71 + Tax + Lic... but includes destination, is the quote I have for EX-L V6 - No Navi.

    I do not think it is the best quote.

    I am yet to get a quote on EX-L i4...
  • jayc5627jayc5627 Posts: 9
    kay honda quoted 25049 + tax+fee
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