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2013 and earlier-Honda Accord Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,022
    What model LX are we talking about Auto or manual ????

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

  • rocklirockli Posts: 11
    edited May 2013
    Sorry. It is a manual one. I copied the title from someone else and forgot to change the T part. I do apologize!
  • rocklirockli Posts: 11
    Is it possible to change the title to Manual instead of "Automatic"? I am sorry for the mistake.
  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,022
    Bottom of page . type in where it says post a message. Title is on top.

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

  • I just purchased a Honda Accord EX-L (no nav) from Showcase Honda in Phoenix, Arizona with the following pricing:

    Car price: $24,909 (including $500 Honda Finance FLEX)
    Window tint: $160
    Dealer Doc fee: $395
    Sales Tax: $2,373
    Registration: $483

    The dealership also matched my PenFed financing rate of 1.74% at 60 months.

    If anyone in the Phoenix area is looking, contact Deneen at Showcase. She was great to work with.
  • danminazdanminaz Posts: 5
    Has anybody been able to get better pricing than this......The lowest I have been able to negotiate on this car is $21,000 OTD (excluding TTL and including $500 flex cash). What types of discounts does Honda usually make at their year end closeouts. I'd like to see if I can get this car at $19,500 OTD.
  • 115david115david Posts: 7
    Hi, Could any one let me know the price for Honda Accord LX, automatic in Maryland? Thank you.
  • gmanusmcgmanusmc SoCalPosts: 436
    edited May 2013
    If you look at the post history in this discussion, even if your location has a very low sales tax, I don't think you will get close to 19k out the door. Invoice is right around 21,575 - current market is around 1k under invoice before fees and tax - maybe a little better if you catch the right dealer at the right time. How did you arrive at your target of 19.5 out the door? Just curious.
  • k1ngkev1n1k1ngkev1n1 Posts: 5
    Curious on what a good deal would be, i am interested in the car, but not sure what would be considered a deal? How much below invoice would be and what price is that. thanks for all your guys help!
  • danminazdanminaz Posts: 5
    I was excluding tax, title, and registration. I based 19.5 on a post made by someone for an lx a few days ago, which was about 1800 under invoice. I'm not getting anywhere close to that in AZ. Dealer fees run high in AZ...around $400. The best I am seeing is about $400 under invoice after including the dealer doc fees.
  • gmanusmcgmanusmc SoCalPosts: 436
    I didn't notice the exclusion of ttl until I read your post again - are you close to CA? There are a lot of dealers in Orange and LA counties and the pricing is usually pretty competitive - it might be worth your while if your distance is not too far.

    Bill G
  • I'm wondering what people are seeing for prices for a 2013 EX automatic.
  • kkctkkct Posts: 4
    Not sure if this is a good deal or not, I picked up this EX last month in Fairfield County, CT .

    Model: Accord EX 4 CYL CVT Sedan (Basque Red)
    MSRP: $ 26,195 (Includes Destination Charge)
    Price: $ 23,500 (Includes Destination Charge)
    Documentary Fee: $ 399.00
    Total: $ 23,899 + TTL (CT has 6.35% sales tax)
    Out the Door Price: $ 25,445 (Includes Destination Charge)

    I hope this helps,
  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,022
    edited May 2013
    Read thru prior board posts on how to buy then call Anderson honda on the last 2 days of this month. You should be able to buy a LX in the range of 1000 to 1400 below invoice price excluding doc fee, dmv, and your states taxes.Call or visit several dealerships at months end/ make your best deal on that 2 or last day of this month and not before unless you hit your buying number.

    Andersons doc fee's are almost 300 dollars so after taking that into consideration buying at 1400 below invoice price which is very do-able puts you in that CAR FOR 1100 BELOW INVOICE PRICE.


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

  • aquintoaquinto Posts: 6
    edited May 2013
    Closed on the following deal tonight:

    Retail Price: $23,270

    Sale Price: $20,483.03
    Fees: $248
    Tax: $1,180.98

    Total: 21,912.01 (before $500 flex cash and $800 trade in)

    Dealer provided $500 (flex cash) towards down payment (vehicle financed for 60 months at 1.9%). Dealer paid $800 for a 2000 Saturn LS1 with 169,000 miles in need of a bunch of repairs (tires, brakes, struts, oil leak).

    Hope this helps someone.
  • rocklirockli Posts: 11
    Good deal! Thank you for sharing
  • sackingssackings Posts: 1

    Can you please message me your salesman's name? Thank you.
  • I bought a 2013 Accord EX 4dr CVT, dark gray with black cloth yesterday from Corona, CA. My deal $22,669+$29(wire fee)+$80(doc fee)+tax+license. My otd was $24,855. That was the best deal I could find. All the OC/LA honda dealers warned me the IE honda dealers did not provide genuine offers but my experience was just fine. I saved close to $500 to drive to Corona...once all internet offers were exhausted with email exchanges (took 2 days). I was ok to drive and bolt if the deal changed but it didn't. I suspect Memorial day weekend will generate even better deals but I was out of time and had to buy. We all have to live can't wait forever....hope this helps you folks out there.
  • coarcoar Posts: 1
    Had established email communication with a whole bunch of dealers, morgan hill honda came with the best quote of 27493 otd (includes taxes,fees,destination.. should take honda finance) and i told them that i will buy it if they can stay true to this. I was also looking out for a black car and they did not have one in the inventory, but they did a dealer trade in to get me that.

    We couldn't get to morgan Hill easily because on saturday there are no caltrains that stop at morgan hill :(. They were polite enough to ask if we needed to be picked up from somewhere. We told yes, so on the day they sent us a car to pick us up from san jose caltrain and what was more awesome was that it was the same black car that we were about to buy. I test drove the car for 25 miles to the dealership :) (i had already test driven it before, but i always planned to test drive the exact car that i would be buying. So this was really nice)

    The dealership was really nice and well kept. Everybody was polite and courteous. No pushing of random options and addons. We had a talk with salesman who took us on a tour of the car and explained all the features to us.

    There was a problem with their servers, so there was this huge delay. All the customers were queued up waiting for things to work. No angry rants from anyone, everyone seemed relaxed. We were actually offered lunch by the salesman for our trouble.

    Then things did get sorted out, and we had to see the finance guy. He was pretty much to the point, he asked if we need any of the other options like extended warranty etc. we said no to all of them and he did not really care. We noticed that the price was inflated by $131 when it came to final bill. We got the salesman into the room and asked him what this was as we did not want to pay a single dollar more than 27493, he told me that it was tax difference from county that we were in (san mateo) to the one the dealership was in. We told him that we would still want to pay 27493 irrespective of any tax difference because he knew we were from outside this county when the deal was decided on the email and he got that done :)

    So we got to go back to the car (which had been detailed and all sparkling) and the salesman took us to the nearby shell station made sure we got 1 full tank of gas and sent us home.

    I am not sure if i could have gotten a better deal (None of the other bay area dealers even cared to respond to this quote) But i really liked my experience here!
  • mjk14mjk14 Posts: 12
    Before I make this purchase, I was curious what others thought.
    2013 Honda Accord Sport with leather 4cylinder
    List price was arount $25k and they offered to sell for $22,800 which includes the destination fee. Only extra fees would be doc and tax. Financed through Honda they did say an extra $500 off may be available. I am located in NJ.
    This offer seemed to be in the ball park of other dealers.
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