Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!





2013 and earlier-Honda Accord Prices Paid and Buying Experience

16776786806826831570

Comments

  • jb_turnerjb_turner Posts: 702
    "SE V6 is about $20500 in NJ"

    Should be a bit cheaper than that... next time hold out for 20K OTD.
  • billkrzbillkrz Posts: 2
    My local dealer, Rule Honda in Staunton, Virginia told me that Honda allows for either the $750.00 cash back or 4.9% financing on new Accords but not both. Is this correct? Thanks.
  • jbl8jbl8 Posts: 40
    Why 20K? What's the inside scoop? :shades:
  • saleemsaleem Posts: 114
    20K OTD HAS TO BE impossible

    I got the SE 4cyl for 20.3K OTD in NJ (7% tax) and everyone said I got the best deal on an SE they've seen (and yes i worked hard for that price). How would you get the v6 for the same price?
  • saleemsaleem Posts: 114
    See like 2 posts above your post, i linked to the *full* break down. 19493-18200 = $1293 under invoice. both values do not include destination and doc.
  • EXL-V6 with Navigation for 28,000 drive off price. Includes taxes, all fees and everything else you can think of. So the car price before taxes and every fee was about 25000. Edmudns invoice on it 26400 so im getting 1400 below invoice. The msrp on a SE v6 is only 23K when the msrp on a EX V6 with navigation is 29450. Relative difference in price is in favor of the SE, but that is because it is easier to get better and cheaper deals on the lower end models. and the SE is a lower end model compared to the EX v6 with nav.

    I think 1400 below invoice is a great deal for the EX v6 w/ Nav. I will certainly look for a better deal, but I doubt I will find it.
  • wagnerpewagnerpe Posts: 21
    I picked up my vehicle on 2/28/07, when the financing was not an option - just the $750.00. I had a 6.1% rate from Capital One (60 months) and the finance department ran my credit and said that Honda could do no better than match it. I was fine with that. I had no trade because I was in an accident on 2/17/07 and my car was totaled, so I paid the full boat in tax (I will be reimbursed by my insurance company for some of it, but I haven't gotten that check yet :( ) Here's the breakdown from the Buyer's Order:

    Price: $16,475 (includes destination)
    Documentary Services: $58.48
    Total Cash Price: 16,533.48
    Sales Tax (6.75%): $1,116.00
    New Plates: $143.00
    Total Unpaid Balance: $17,792.48
  • jack47jack47 Posts: 312
    What dealer in NJ?

    I live in NJ and am in the market for either a sonata or accord.
  • jack47jack47 Posts: 312
    Total = 29,494 minus the protection pkg. can anyone school me on the protection pkg? Is it beneficial, is it worth 599?

    The so called protection package is a total scam...like the old rustproofing farce.

    Absolutely don't pay a nickel for it.
  • jbl8jbl8 Posts: 40
    Rt.22, sales person Imah, if they gave you ridiculous number, mention 'Chen' to cap the SE V6 at $20500 include dest. Maybe you can do better, someone here suggest that $20K is possible and believe it. If I have the time to do the "dealing".

    Please post your results to help others too.

    :shades:
  • saleemsaleem Posts: 114
    BTW someone else had mentioned; if you're going to mention salespeople's names, please do it in a private msg

    jack47, edmunds' msging seems to be shot.. whats ur email and ill give u names in northern nj... or i guess u can go to my previous posts when i didnt know the rules :P
  • dudleyrdudleyr Posts: 3,426
    FWIW I am running into some dealers saying the $750 incentive is over (still not listed on Edmunds) and am also getting some rather high prices. Is the incentive regional? Anybody paid $750 under invoice (or better) in March yet (true invoice)?
  • cjackmancjackman Posts: 1
    I found another site that helped me save about $830 and change on my loan for a new 2007 Accord. You can check it out here:

    http://www.carbuycom.com

    Everytime I log on I find something else useful there for buying cars. Plus it has entertaining news and articles.

    - CJ
  • lerigotlerigot Posts: 3
    Hi All,
    This site and everybody has been very helpful to me while shopping for my new Accord. I just bought one today for $21535 out the door. I also got LoJack for $500. I bought this in the bay area. I will post the complete breakdown very soon so that others can benefit.
    Just one more thing. There is a $1000 dealer cash incentive going on these days.
    Also, there was no trade in and I paid cash.
  • bamaflumbamaflum Posts: 39
    the 08 accords will nt be arrivi ng until at least late september early october. there are incentives and volume bonuses that American Honda is giving to dealers for the entire year on accord sales. not too mention that the amount of accords a dealer sells between now and when the 08's come out directly affects the original allocation of new Accords they will receive at release. forward looking dealers will let 07's go for less because of these reasons.

    hondaguy mentions this for those interested :shades:
  • blueguydotcomblueguydotcom Posts: 6,257
    Makes sense. We stopped to look at a Fit tonight and we noticed that that Accords were all 1400-2000 below invoice (hard to tell exactly as they add $600-700 of worthless junk to the car). Shockingly low prices on those things. 20k for an EX?
  • I am new to the game I need advice on what I should pay for a vp, lx, ex 4 cyl in the new york area. If anyone has done a deal in the white plains-yonkers area please let me know
  • dalindalin Posts: 7
    I want to get eitehr an accord or camary but found that camary price is too high. I regard CE is comaprable to VP but I found in Edmond forum, CE mannual transimission is more than 20,000 for out door price right now. Too expensive.

    It sounds great deals are going on in the North for Accord VP.

    How about in south florida around west palm beach? Is that possible for me to get a VP auto transimision for something between $18,000 to $19,000 for out door price?
  • dolfan1dolfan1 Posts: 216
    Please tell us your location when you post your breakdown.

    The lowest offer I've rec'd so far after contacting several dealers is about 20,500 (without counter-offering), assume that doesn't include dest.
  • bobafettbobafett Posts: 9
    $22,200 is a pretty good price if it includes all dealer fees. Don't get caught up in total OTD prices, as taxes and tag fees vary state to state.
    If they want a "document fee" (say $299), make them price it out separtely.
    21,901 + 299 = 22,200
Sign In or Register to comment.