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2013 and earlier-Honda Accord Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • jbl8jbl8 Posts: 40
    Great deal! Do not know how to e-mail you. Which dealership? Thanks :)
  • hitman80hitman80 Posts: 17
    Can u please email the details to interactivehitman@gmail.com

    Thanks!
  • bamaflumbamaflum Posts: 39
    Does someone know, Isell or someone else, if the incentive will still be effect next month (April) or if something knew is coming down the pipes? It looks like I'm going to be waiting until next month to start the process.

    I want a new car...now! :cry:
  • ncsu1ncsu1 Posts: 6
    Does someone know the price for EX-L V6 5AT?
    I got couple of quote from Raleigh, NC. The lowest offer was 24000 before TTL and doc.fee (399). They won't lower the price anymore because there are only 3 honda dealer around the area.

    How much should I pay for this model?
    Looking for help!!!
  • adamr1adamr1 Posts: 28
    That is a great price, please email me the dealer and salesperson information to: adamshop@optonline.net

    Thank you.
  • pegasus17pegasus17 Posts: 536
    Here's the latest:
    2007 Honda Accord Sedan SE V6 AT MSRP - $23,945 ... Your Price - $20,870
    2007 Honda Accord Sedan SE AT MSRP - $22,220 ... Your Price - $19,192

    Lease Option:
    2007 Honda Accord Sedan SE V6 AT
    ..24mo...12k miles - $247/month + Tax with $327 due at signing
    ..36mo...12k miles - $250/month + Tax with $330 due at signing

    2007 Honda Accord Sedan SE AT
    ..24mo...12k miles - $259/month + Tax with $339 due at signing
    ..36mo...12k miles - $252/month + Tax with $332 due at signing...

    why the v-6 is less than the 4 cyl is beyond me. Prices are for Saturday only (they say). All quotes are via e-mail.
  • hello, servlet, would yo please send me an email about the details? Thanks. Email is franklee88@hotmail.com.
  • Hey Pegasus what dealer in Dayton, Oh? Just an FYI i had a quote yesterday from Jeff Wyler Colerain OH for $20,519 SE V6 (MSRP $23,945)
  • Model: 2007 Honda Accord LX Sedan with Auto Transmission.

    Edmunds.com reports an invoice price of $18,864. I was quoted a sale price of $17,556 by a bay area dealer. Can I buy this car ? Will I get a better deal than this ? thanks.
  • ncb81ncb81 Posts: 7
    i bought SE sedan V6 for $20,200 includes mud flaps,pin stripe and wheel locks.

    $20,200 price of vehicle includes destination charge
    $1,010.00 tax md
    $ 252.00 tags and title
    $ 100.00 processing fee
    $21,562.00 OTD price
    SE 4cyl is $18,500.00

    Honda of Bowie
  • Where was this? That's a good price. I was able to do only a little better, and it depends on the color as well.
  • pegasus17pegasus17 Posts: 536
    White-Allen Honda. Downtown Dayton, OH (Internet sales person)
  • cdoucet30cdoucet30 Posts: 12
    Just leased an Accord EXL, selling price: $21,921 w/ free iPod music link. Had offer on the table for 36 months/12K miles, $2200 due at signing and 35 payments of $205 + Tax. Ended up going for a 36 month/15k miles deal, 0 down (which ends up being $1200 all said and done), and 35 payments of $245 + tax. Then, in my one moment of weakness, they talked me into extending the warrenty 9k miles including 4 free oil changes and 3 inspection stickers. I decided to do it because I am most likely going to buy the car at the end plus I talked them down from $600 to $450. All said and done this is how it breaks down:

    36 Months/15k miles
    $1267 due at signing
    $257/month (inc. 5% tax)
    $450 Sentinal Warrenty

    Let me know what you guys think about the lease as well as the Honda Sentinal Warrenty.
  • Hello Servlet,

    Congratulations on your new car! Could you please e-mail me the dealer/salesperson name at carbuyer46@hotmail.com.

    Thanks!
  • bamaflumbamaflum Posts: 39
    What are the incentives for dealers with leftover stock of 2006 Accords? We have a auto group that has some 2006 Accords that I know you can get for a steal if you know what incentives the dealers get to move them off the lot before the 2008's come out and these cars are considered 2 years old. Thanks.

    BTW, I don't mind buying a 2006 because there is nothing different about them and a 2007 and I keep a car long enough (kept my current car for 17 years!) to not worry about resale value.
  • Great deal,
    could u email the details to zhangjm9@hotmail.com
  • cgrijalcgrijal Posts: 2
    The salesman is offering me a 2007 Accord LX for $18000, is it a good price? Should I wait for the new Accord to come out? So many questions...
  • bamaflumbamaflum Posts: 39
    Auto or manual? Options?

    Invoice for manual is $18,145 while the auto is $18,864.
  • cgrijalcgrijal Posts: 2
    Thanks,
    its automatic
  • Hey guys, looking for a SE AT in and around Cincy-Dayton area. The lowest price that I got from my first email shoot out was $19,241 + TTL. How much lower can I go on this one? Do you think it is reasonable to expect a low $18k figure on this?

    I did notice a few people from this area also in the lookout for an Accord. If Pegasus and anyone else around here want to buy- maybe we can negotiate together? That way we might get to have a little more negotiating power? :)
  • Update: lowest offer without any negotiation is $18,941+TTL so far.
  • terpsterps Posts: 2
    Hi, there,

    I am new in this forum. Could you please email me the contact information of this dealer and saleman.

    THX a lot! :P
  • pegasus17pegasus17 Posts: 536
    The dealer is White-Allen in downtown dayton and the internet POC is Brigette.
    http://www.whiteallenhonda.com/Specials-New.aspx
    She was very easy to deal with on the e-mail quotes. Remember that there is a 750 dealer incentive on purchases but not leases. They are very close to invoice minus the 750 til the end of this month.
  • pegasus17pegasus17 Posts: 536
    19.2 was the best i go here in dayton for the SE-4 but i am leaning towards a lease right now. it seems other parts of the country are dealing more than here in OH. FYI, Voss Honda up in tipp city was very eager to beat my best deal...
  • pegasus17pegasus17 Posts: 536
    Beware the notorious doc fee. i am hearing of many dealers jacking that up to 250 to hide their profit. I.e., sell at invoice but hide 250 profit in the doc fee. Doc fee should be no more than 50. After all, it is just their cost of doing business (IMO).
  • jaxs1jaxs1 Posts: 2,697
    It's March 2007 now and the 2008s will probably be out in 6-8 months.
    I don't know where you are going to find leftover new 2006s anymore.
  • bamaflumbamaflum Posts: 39
    We have a dealership in south texas with 8 2006's leftover. They have sale prices ranging from 20,759.33-22297.01 for two EX's and six EX-L's. The catch--they have black interiors. I'm willing to live with that (I'll garage it, use a sun visor, window tint, and park in the shade when I can). I was wondering how low I can go with 2006's in south Texas with black leather.
  • pegasus17pegasus17 Posts: 536
    It makes no sense to buy a 2006 when there are so many good deals available on the 2007. Black leather in southern TX tells me that dealer was not thinking. just my .02
  • abhinaikabhinaik Posts: 29
    I am getting 20441 out the door price for SE V4 AT
    Here is the breakdown.
    19146 - includes destination
    1149 - taxes
    14 - tags

    Is this good? This is first quote from dealer in PA... but dealer said no more bargain on this price.
  • bamaflumbamaflum Posts: 39
    Oh, BTW, they are all manuals also. I can afford a 2007 SE or try for a 2006 EX-L for a steal of a deal.
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