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2013 and earlier-Honda Accord Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • ral2167ral2167 Posts: 642
    Did that include destination?
  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,408
    You made a nice deal on the Ex model. I was glad my EXL did not have the Good for One year on my Accord. The Mich / tires will ride better and be alot quieter than the goodyears. That one month Waiting made a big difference in $$$$$. Buying on march 31 should prove to be worth the wait for buyers looking to buy now.. ENJOY

    2013 Genesis 5.0 R-spec, 2013 Accord EXL V-6, 2012 BMW x-5, 2012 ML350

  • iflynrviflynrv Posts: 1
    i've now drove my new accord for 4,000 k (i'm in toronto). This is my 4th accord and 7 honda vehicle. Without question this is by far their best model and is leaps and bounds ahead of previous models. it extremely quiet, in the city or on highway at any speed. My model is the top of the line - touring - which is new this year). I'm averaging 8.5 l / 100 with a mix of 90 highway and 10 / city. i have the 4cy model. i was concerned about the cvt transmission but it doesn't have the highway drone nor does it feel like a rubber band. i keep it in the eco mode and it doesn't feel short of power and will easily cruise at 120 ish on the highway all day long. i paid 32,850 plus taxes, i got about 1600 off of list and had to order the car re: colour wanted it took 6 weeks, i'm glad i waited. i also got the honda installed remote starter, it works well.
    the car has heated front and back seats, drivers seats had 8 way adjustments. gps incl, youtube the car and you can view a lot of neat features on the car, i admit i'm a honda product fan but this car feels the best screwed together accord ever, it really is worth a test drive.
  • erikkurerikkur Posts: 4
    Any suggested dealers? I know it looks like from reading a bit Brian dealt with Weymouth in Mass for his final choice? Anyone deal with BOCH or Prime? Thanks Ahead,

  • whatcar2buywhatcar2buy Posts: 35
    edited March 2013
    There's a touring with 4 cyl CVT? Not in the US, atleast according to Honda's website. It only comes with the V-6 (adds a couple of features to the EX-L V6). Maybe in Canada, Honda is selling touring with 4 cyl CVT ?

    Your units are killing me ;). I don't blame you though. We're kind of stuck with mpgs here so your 8.5 litres/100 km translates to about 27.7 mpg. if you check the other thread with Accord real world MPGs, I have seen people with V6 EXLs post higher mileages with mostly highway driving. If your model is 4 cyl CVT, we're not comparing apples to apples (although I was under the impression you'd get better fuel efficiency with 4 cyl CVT).
  • Basque Red Pearl II w/ 54 miles on the clock

    $22,629 incl/ destination, 7yr/100k mile warranty, and body-side moldings. No trade. 1.49% through local financing. Contacted every dealer within 50 miles of me and also used Carwoo to try and get best price. Only quote I received under what I ended up paying was $22,329 from a dealership 3 hours one way from me. Needless to say it wouldn't be worth 6 hours driving. I did everything by phone and email. I signed everything and left with vehicle in under 45 minutes. I did all my communication with the internet sales manager, Jim Aycock, at Rusty Wallace Honda in Knoxville, TN.
  • trusso69trusso69 Posts: 68
    edited March 2013
    That's a great price for the Sport in my fav color combo red/black. i am also using carwoo and can't get a great deal on a Sport model. Dealers are trying to get me to go with either the LX or the EX with bigger discounts than the Sport. Still have some time to decide. Enjoy driving my car ;)
    How would you value the Honda extended warranty (7yr/100k)?
  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,408
    I spoke with Herb Chambers on Feb 27th. I asked them for 1100 below invoice price with reduced doc fee's for the sale to buy that day. Herbs best price was $983 below invoice plus doc fee's off 289. Chambers has 3 dealerships i would call on march 31 and see if he will make that same deal or beat that price.

    2013 Genesis 5.0 R-spec, 2013 Accord EXL V-6, 2012 BMW x-5, 2012 ML350

  • Brian125:

    "EXL V-6 Sedan= $775 below invoice"

    Is the above OTD?
  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,408
    Invoice price,,, then minus 775... then... add dest charge.. add.. $$ 25 doc fee.... then add nys taxes 8.875 for the otd price

    do you want the breakdown to understand.

    2013 Genesis 5.0 R-spec, 2013 Accord EXL V-6, 2012 BMW x-5, 2012 ML350

  • malo_4malo_4 Posts: 15
    So I have an offer from a dealer on a EX-L 4 cylinder for $25985 including all fees, but not TTL. It includes mudguards and window tint. My only reservation is it is for what is in stock and they may not have my first choice of color. Thoughts on the price?
  • goodgalgoodgal Posts: 3
    I hope this is a good offer. Tomorrow I will finalize by 4:30 so if anyone can help with the deal, please do!
    OTD cash price of $27,000 with options of wheel locks, splash guards and trunk tray.

    This price includes the 3%NC sales tax, title, doc fee , license plate.

    I am confused about invoice. I did tell the dealers I talked to that I planned to contact dealers in NC & SC so not to waste my time. Should I go for this deal of ask more off??PLEASE help!
  • 532532 Posts: 6
    Need some help here. Just got two quotes. 2013 Accord Sport (CVT) $22,729.00; 2013 Accord EX (CVT) $23,837.00. Prices include destination charge. I'm in upstate NY. This was an answer to my first email to the dealer.
    Do you think they'd do better if I continue to negotiate? Any tips would be appriciated. Also I'm still not sure about CVT or Manual. Any thoughts?
  • benjaminhbenjaminh Posts: 1,675
    Good prices. I'd go for it. The EX over the Sport, for a grand + more, gets sunroof/moonroof, pushbutton start/smart entry, side camera, etc. Sport gives you the bigger and snazzier wheels and tires, plus dual exhaust, and so either way you win.
  • dg4dg4 Posts: 18
    If it was your first email, you will do better by doing another (and possibly) few more rounds. Send emails to more dealers (even those that are 100+ miles away), once you get replies, select lowest 3 or 4 dealers, let them know that they are lowest, and ask them to offer their best price. I got a very good deal last year by doing so.
  • I didn't think the EX was worth the premium for the features that I wouldn't use. The price is ok- what is the out the door price? I forget if my price included destination fee. Either way you can't go too wrong but I suspect you can do a better price. Try comparing with other local dealers.
  • Contemplating new Honda EXL-4 cyl without Nav later this summer(June/July).
    Is $25,000 OTD possible (Virginia)?
  • 532532 Posts: 6
    Thanks Guys,

    I'll update as soon as I hear more.

    Any thoughts about 6M vs. CVT??

    Thanks again.
  • benjaminhbenjaminh Posts: 1,675
    If you like driving a manual, then Hondas are the best. Better than BMWs. No kidding. Smooth and jewel like, and just fun to drive. I drive a manual 2008 Accord and enjoy it.

    The manual gets you faster acceleration if you drive it really aggressively. It's about 1 second quicker 0-60 than the CVT, although I personally wouldn't want to push my car that hard.

    My next Accord is going to be a CVT. I'm keeping the manual for myself, and getting a CVT for my wife and teenager. The CVT has the ease of operation that comes with an auto. Even people who know how to shift (like my wife) sometimes don't want to.

    The CVT also gets better mpg, esp. on the hwy, because it can rev. about 600 rpms lower at 70 mph than the 6 MT.

    They both have advantages....
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