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2013 and earlier-Honda Accord Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • I'd say that's not too bad really, considering we have 7.75% tax. I ended up getting my 2009 Accord EX 4-dr last Sunday...Rock Honda in Fontana just wanted $100 more than what I had offered Moss Bros in Moreno Valley which they had declined (after I went up halfway and they didn't come down at all). So I made the 30 minute drive there and kept my offer to finance part of it at 2.9%.

    So I got OTD $22,955 for 2009 Accord EX sedan, Taffetta White. Wanted splash guards but not on it when I got there...didn't feel like breaking the deal just for that and am getting them off of ebay anyways with a friend helping me install. Got floor mats and wheel locks thrown in...
  • inet123inet123 Posts: 11
    Thanks for your reply. Unfortunately it would not help as I am in New Jersey. Any Jersey folks like to share whats the best OTD with the breakdown then got for EX-L V6 No Navi or EX-L 4 Cylinders No Navi?

    Thanks!
  • I saw your message after I had purchased my car today, it's Rt.23 Honda in Pompton Plains. I'm a Costco member, but they said all the internet price programs are the same. Good Luck.
  • adlbrayadlbray Posts: 1
    I just bought my new 2009 Accord Coupe EX-L V6 from Ed-Martin Honda for $24,520 + 99 doc fee. I went through the internet dealer Jerry Holman to purchase the vehicle. The buying experience was great since I had done all of my negotiations over the internet and knew exactly what I was going to pay before I walked in. I was suprised the dealer was able to go this low on the vehicle as the invoice price alone on this car was 26,420. Even with a number of dealer invcentives and holdback I think I made out pretty well considering I bought the belize blue, which is has been difficult to find.
  • afmx1afmx1 Posts: 5
    I bought a silver 4 dr EX AT yesterday at Larry Hopkins Honda. $21,100 (includes destination) +TTL from internet price. Got the all weather mats with the deal. That was the best I was able to get in the SF bay area. Thanks to all the people who posted for keeping me informed.
  • ckcwongckcwong Posts: 2
    Can you post the OTD price? Thanks.
  • navbhanavbha Posts: 19
    I bought EX-L with following accesories for 25,099 from a sacramento delaer.

    All weather foor mats
    Trunk tray
    Bumper Applique
    Body Side moulding
    Whell locks
    Splash guard.

    I believe chrislu also got a very good deal. If you go with him probably you might get a good deal from the SF dealer.
  • Thank you for your reply. Can you please tell me the final OTD price you got. Thank you very much!

    Louie
  • kris46kris46 Posts: 1
    What's the lowest out the door price you guys have seen for an automatic 2009 Honda Accord coupe ex 4 cyls, polish metallic gray, i got an offer of roughly 23,800 OTD, thanks in advance. :)
  • Got an EX-L V6 sedan in NC for around $24,700 before taxes and tags. Hope that helps.
  • bmf795bmf795 Posts: 9
    My local dealer has some used Accords that came from a PGA golf event. These cars have to be sold as used although some of them have less than 100 miles. How should this effect the sales price? How much should I be able to get one for? These are 09 sedans, exl and exl v-6's.
  • irie101irie101 Posts: 3
    I wanted to thank all of you for the pricing info you provide. It definitely helps when you need to walk away for the better deal. Here is my purchase and the breakdown.
    New 09 Accord EX-L 4cyl Auto Sedan
    20974.20 Base and destination (includes $1000 kickback)
    151.65 Doc.
    1620.50 taxes
    168.00 Plates & Title
    $22914.35 Out The Door.

    I got this deal by contacting the Chicagoland dealers via Internet a let them know I was serious and would by the car in the next 2 days. I think that helped me and I hope this helps out the next buyer :) .
  • jratcliffejratcliffe Posts: 233
    Wow, that's really an incredible deal. $20974 including destination for an 09 EXL? That's about $2700 under invoice even after taking into account the $1k cash back. That's really spectacular, well done!
  • bmf795bmf795 Posts: 9
    Can you please share the Dealer's name with us? Thanks and congrats on your great deal.
  • stulujustuluju Posts: 7
    While I haven't made any deal yet I have gone to a few dealerships in central new Jersey. The best price I have gotten so far is 4 cylinder is $22,350 and that includes the Destination fee. THe problem has been the don't have the exterior and interior combination that I want want and have asked me to choose one from their lot where it may even be cheaper. But I was holding out to see if they can get the combination I requested. Hope it helps.
  • jratcliffejratcliffe Posts: 233
    I wonder if the "+Fee" is the destination, in which case it's a good, but not great deal. If that includes destination, it is an excellent deal.
  • hvtec2002hvtec2002 Posts: 19
    My friend just bought the 09 EX-L 4 OTD price was $23500. MD tax is 6%.
  • 2008honda2008honda Posts: 17
    accordhunter & xinxixnren

    I just got 2009 accord sedan AUTO LX for $19,874 (OTD) in FL. with 6% tax and $100 for tag. Got with 3.9% APR from Honda and got it with VIN = JH (Japan). If you need more info, I can send you e-mail.

    I did my homework for long time, and got two quotes, but every dealer wanted me to visit their show room and talk. I had seen price around $20,500 for LX sedan auto here on Edmunds. I asked straight away that I want ODT less than $20k., after few haggle came down to $19,900.

    If you are in the market for new car, just wait till the end of this month. I say try going on May, 2nd or if you can wait until Labor Day, you will get bigger sale. For my case I got to have it now, because my old '94 Accord was dying and barely made it. It was on life support.... ha ha, I still got around $550 for trade in, with final ODT $ 19,328.

    :shades:
  • 2008honda2008honda Posts: 17
    accordhunter & xinxixnren

    I just got 2009 accord sedan AUTO LX for $19,874 (OTD) in FL. with 6% tax and $100 for tag. Got with 3.9% APR from Honda and got it with VIN = JH (Japan). If you need more info, I can send you e-mail.

    I did my homework for long time, and got two quotes, but every dealer wanted me to visit their show room and talk. I had seen price around $20,500 for LX sedan auto here on Edmunds. I asked straight away that I want ODT less than $20k., after few haggle came down to $19,900. Friends, is this a good deal?

    If you are in the market for new car, just wait till the end of this month. I say try going on May, 2nd or if you can wait until Labor Day, you will get bigger sale. For my case I got to have it now, because my old '94 Accord was dying and barely made it. It was on life support.... ha ha, I still got around $550 for trade in, with final ODT $ 19,328.

    :D
  • jbruin24jbruin24 Posts: 2
    wow 2008honda, $19,900 sounds like a great deal compared to the quotes I've received here in socal. The best offer I've received is an internet quote of 18575.59 (including destination fee) before CA tax (9.25%) and license. Are there any other fees that might come up other than tax and license?

    I'm in no hurry to purchase. When do you guys think would be the best time to buy (new 2010s coming out maybe?). Do you think I can get a price of $20000 OTD here in socal?

    2008honda, why do you suggest may 2nd? Isn't it better to buy at the end of the month vs at the beginning of the month? Thanks
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