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2013 and earlier-Honda Accord Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • Here is the breakdown of the lowest quote I received for a 2008 Honda Accord Coupe EX-L V6 MT w/o NAV in Northern Virginia:

    special internet price ---- $24998.72
    freight ---- $635
    appearance pkg* ---- $595
    processing fee ---- $385
    VA TAX ---- 3.2%
    VA Tags ---- $68

    Total OTD price = $27521.03
    -Not sure at which point they applied the tax, but it just about adds up any way you cut it.
    -VA can charge up to $399 for processing.

    *The appearance package is a dealer add-on that they put on all cars supposedly. It includes splashguards and wheel locks with an optional pinstripe.

    Is this a reasonable OTD price quote for the car (2008 Honda Accord Coupe EX-L V6 MT w/o NAV) or do I have more wiggle room?

    I don't think I should be charged for the appearance package, so I was thinking I should be able to go to @ $27,000.
  • Does anyone have sold price for LX 4 Auto or LX-P 4 Auto in So CA?
  • jb_turnerjb_turner Posts: 702
    Even at 27k OTD this is a wee bit on the high side for this car.
  • Yes, it is herson's Honda. This price is about $500 below the invoice even after including the destination charge. So I think it is decent. And I guess they are trying to get some target sale recently, so I would recommend you try to contact them for quote too.
  • parvizparviz Posts: 484
    The quote including the destination and the dealer fee is still a few hundred below invoice on this car and in my opinion a very good price. The appearance package price, however, is a big joke. Those items at the most would be about $200. So I agree with your assessment of about $27k OTD being a reasonable price.
  • volodosvolodos Posts: 7
    I am a newbie here this forum so I don't know how to send you an email. Is there any kind of sending-message-functionality in the forum. :confuse:
  • mypgmypg Posts: 1
    Which dealership did you buy the EXL from?
  • cdb51862cdb51862 Posts: 4
    Also interested in Northern NJ pricing for EX-L Sedan 4 CYL w/o Nav. Any input appreciated.
  • lucky620lucky620 Posts: 26
    Recently purchased an 08 V6 Accord coupe w/navi in north jersey for $27,300 including destination fees. Did initial shopping through online requests to Paul Miller/West Essex Honda, DCH Honda-Paramus, and Hudson Honda. Hudson Honda was over the sticker, DCH was $28,+ and Paul Miller came in at $27,300. Did my in-person dealing with Rt 23 Honda in Pompton Plains and Garden State Honda in Clifton. Ended up in Garden State Honda with deal and 1/2 price on Honda remote starter. Good luck!!
  • i went to a dealer in socal on sunday and they wanted 30k out the door accord coupe ex-l v6 with navigation. i was trying to get it to 27 and it didn't work anyone know any socal dealers that have the coupe for 27k with or without navigation?
  • taoltaol Posts: 9
    I bought it from Autowest. Let me know if you need my salesman's name
  • ginskeeginskee Posts: 12
    Just bought mine in Arizona for $28,365 ($735 over invoice). This car is nearly impossible to find: Black , automatic, Accord Coupe EX-L V6 with navi. I've been trying for about 2 months now and finally found one. Before I found this, there were only 5 available in the country and by the time I contacted those dealerships, they had already sold them. I lucked out and found one about 150 miles away. I had contacted them the day before it arrived on their lot and they reserved it for me.
  • tudiutudiu Posts: 24
    Hi, I just got back from a Honda Dealer in Pittsburgh PA. Was looking for an Accord, EXL I4. was offered $23936. But they offered my trade-in dirt cheap. so I walked away. If without a trade-in. Do you think $23936 is a good price?
    David
  • kinmankinman Posts: 2
    I got a quote from Honda dealer in Silicon Valley.
    LX-P $19787 including destination

    I think it is a good deal. Any comment ?
  • zxbuizxbui Posts: 6
    Kinman,
    You did good! I requested quotations from six dealers in southern California, and the best deal is $19694.78 (includes destination and PDI - for 2008 Honda Accord LX-P Auto)
    You can always haggle for another $100.
    Good luck with your deal
  • mike274mike274 Posts: 35
    Hello. A dealership in NY still has some 2007 V6 accord with Leather still left. They quoted $22,360 plus TT&L. Can someone please let me know if this is a good price and what they think of the car. Deciding if I should buy this or the 2008 EX-L 4 cyl. Thanks.
  • sunnfunsunnfun Posts: 168
    Can you tell me what dealer in NY? I am looking for one of these also.
  • taoltaol Posts: 9
    How much is the sales tax there? FYI: I bought EX-L I4 at $22,750 +$55 doc+TTL in the SF bay area. Seems to me you should ask for at least $1k below invoice at this time.
  • parvizparviz Posts: 484
    kinman, you did not mention whether the quote is for the AT, If so, that is a great price. If it is for a manual transmission still it is a good price as long as you get the exact color and options you want and no other fees/unwanted add-ons. Good luck.
  • parvizparviz Posts: 484
    That is a very good price for that model. You won't be seeing much more price drop on those, if any, as they are beyond their holdback and any dealer incentives. As far as the car itself, a friend of mine owns one and another friend owns an 06 V6 EXL (same as 07), they are great cars and I personally like them. I own the 08 model because I like the new design better so I think for you the primary factor would be the looks and the purchase price (But I don't think it would be fair to do price comparison when considering 07 V6 EXL to 08 I4 EXL).
  • mike274mike274 Posts: 35
    Thanks for the feedback. The dealer is South Shore Honda in Valley Stream. I think they said they have three left. The only problem I see if that you are getting a car manufactured in 2006 and when you look up the value, edmonds has a dealer price of $21,000 or so, but these cars are new
  • kinmankinman Posts: 2
    It is LX-P AT. Doc fee=$55
  • hammer13hammer13 Posts: 2
    I think it is a good price for the car. I wish you would man up to the situation and stop being so cheap.
  • Hi zxbui,

    Could you tell us what dealership in So Cal gave you the 19694 quote?
  • I've tried to get a feel for prices by browsing this topic, but I was wondering if you could tell me if yall think that the prices on these are going to be going up or down over the next 3 months. I'm looking to purchase in June, do you think the prices will be higher or lower, or the same by then. Thanks!
  • alurkeralurker Posts: 2
    paid 24,200 +TTL (Dallas Texas)
    Includes add-ons:
    EPP (Environment Protection Package - aka wax & scotchguard)
    ProPack (mud guard, trunk tray, wheel locks)
    Pinstripe, tint

    I thought this was a pretty good deal until I discovered my car was actually manufactured in '07.

    Any thoughts on if I overpaid?
  • boatingboating Posts: 17
    Just took delivery of an 08 Accord EX-L sedan 4 Cyl Auto from Majestic Honda from Lincoln, Rhode Island.

    Excellent place to do business with. Very friendly, relaxed atmosphere and no pressure. I have a Pilot also purchased here in 05

    Price $ 23,605 included destination and wheel locks. Doc fees are $95.00

    We were torn between the Altima and Accord (can't go wrong with either one!) and the car was my wife's choice. I will most likely get an extended warranty from Bernardi Honda (9yrs/120k $940) before 4-1.

    Wife is happy-that's what counts!
  • phyoskiphyoski Posts: 2
    I'm sorry to jump in like this. But I have an 06 accord EXL that i'm trying to get rid of. just wondering if anyone's in the area and interested. see my post at
    http://newjersey.craigslist.org/car/613143134.html
  • lholtmanlholtman Posts: 2
    I just bought a 2008 Honda Accord EX-L 4 cyl.

    MSRP $26,495 + $648 for dealer add ons (sunroof visor, mud flaps, rubber mats, trunk liner.)

    I paid $24,647 before taxes, title, etc.

    Did I get a good price?
  • yaupon2yaupon2 Posts: 18
    Recently received internet quotes from several central Pennsylvania dealers for a 2008 Honda Accord EX Sedan with manual transmission and no navigation. The lowest price quoted is as follows:

    Base price: $20,377
    Destination: $635
    Options: $490 [body side moulding, splash guards and wheel locks]
    Sub-Total: $21,502
    Doc Fees: $129
    PA 6% Tax: $1,290
    Final OTD: $22,921

    I will post the actual final selling price and term once the deal is concluded.
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