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2013 and earlier-Honda Accord Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • homer123homer123 Posts: 5
    The location is Melbourne, FL. THe dealer is southeastern honda
  • joer2001joer2001 Posts: 32
    Thanks! I spoke to them today. and yes they are awesome! If I did not have to do the flight/and then drive, I would buy from them.
  • I want to purchase a red one ,looks very nice. And it costs RMB 200,000.00 :lemon:
  • bikercwbikercw Posts: 1
    Thanks everyone for your helpful info. I just purchased a 2010 Accord sedan 4cyl/EX-L/Navi/auto for $25,000 + T/L in the SF Bay Area [MSRP $29,540]. Several dealers in the area were looking to deal on this one, but few had my color combo in stock.

    The action picked up as we got closer to the purchase date that I had mentioned to the dealers that I contacted through Edmunds and by email. I'm still getting emails about it, so there is some interest out there to sell, especially with the recent incentives.

    I would appreciate hearing any feedback on it. Thank you.
  • joer2001joer2001 Posts: 32
    Seems when it comes to Hondas, the west coast gets better pricing? Just curious anyone know why?
  • jbg108jbg108 Posts: 7
    Hi, I'm in the process of buying a civic EX-L 4 door. The dealer said I could buy it for $19,900. It's actaully cheaper than I expected but What do you think? I want to wrap it up today. Oh yeah, I'm paying cash, no financing.

    Thanks
  • joer2001joer2001 Posts: 32
    I think that is awesome! Does he have 2? I would buy one as well. Where is it?

    Thanks!

    Joe R
  • joer2001joer2001 Posts: 32
    Sorry,
    Just saw it was a Civic, I can't speak to that, I am looking at Accords.
  • joer2001joer2001 Posts: 32
    By the way, This is the Accrod forum, you may be able to learn more at the Civic Forum.

    Good luck!
  • jbg108jbg108 Posts: 7
    Yes, sorry, I had just signed up for this site and saw "what others paid" without seeing the Accord part. My bad :blush:
  • I just bought 2010 Accord LX today.

    18641 plus tax, lic and registration with 1.9% financing. OTD 20700.
  • sopmansopman Posts: 46
    I leasing an Accord LX base price of $22,565. Here's my terms:
    15,000 miles per year, 3 oil changes, car wash and detail in 18 months, inspection for next three years ($20 ea), mud guards.

    I'm paying $195/month with $2000 down which includes everything, even registration.
    Is this a good price?
  • temj12temj12 Posts: 450
    I thought that it was because they were assembled in Mexico.
  • mgnewfmgnewf Posts: 2
    I leased my Honda Accord LX today and bargained the deal down to: 179 + tax and 1300 down for a 36 month 12K lease.

    I don't have the extra discounts you have...so it may be even.
  • 18641 including destination?
    which dealer?
  • sopmansopman Posts: 46
    My dealer is in upstate NY.
  • civic4me3civic4me3 Posts: 12
    I'm looking for a recomendations and recent prices paid for a 2010 Honda Accord LXS coupe or 2010 Honda Accord EX sedan in the NY/NJ area. I have a 2002 Honda Civic EX that has a 127,000 miles on it. The car is in excellent running condition and has been dealer maintenanced/serviced from the very beginning. It would be nice to get $4000.00 for the trade. Come on all, let me know what you have paid and where I should go for the best purchase price. I've read that Honda currently as a 1.9% financing for up to 5 yrs. I just want a good price & a fast & easy transaction. :blush:
  • zatireszatires Posts: 39
    Sell your Civic to private party, you will get 5000 or even 6000 for that car.
  • I got it at Honda on Capital Expressway in San Jose. I went in with an email from South Bay Honda from one of their fleet managers saying they would sell me the car for 18800 plus fees. I showed this to Honda and they were willing to match it. But before matching they wanted me to pay the destination charge too b/c my email from South Bay Honda did not specify whether destination charge was included. I said NO, I would go to SBH instead b.c I talked to the guy on the phone and he said it included everything. So the manager came out and agree to match the 18800 and b/c they promised me tire guards and the car didn't come with it, they took off 159 (the price of the tire guards). So 18641 includes destination. I paid total out the door around 20700. I think I could have gotten a better deal.

    My advice is not to go in during a weekend. There are tons of people there to look at cars. Go in during the weekday. I came in on Tuesday afternoon. No one was there. They were willing to deal.

    Hope this helps.
  • I am negotiating for the same model. I am wondering:

    Does the Honda dealer charge you for FInance Charge?

    $18641 is for fully loaded 2010 Accord LX sedan? Thank you.
  • woofubawoofuba Posts: 2
    Just picked up a new Accord EX-L sedan yesterday. Had started from a price tip in this forum.

    OTD price: $24,435.50

    Breakdown:
    $22,600 (car+destination)
    $1,412.50 (6.25% MA tax)
    $125 (title+license)
    $298 (documentation fee)

    The dealership is Boch Honda in Norwood. If anyone's interested, send an email to my carspace.com address for the salesperson's name and contact.
  • Its a 2010 LX model. The MSRP on it was 22,650. I negotiated down to 18641 (including destination charge). I paid tax, license and registration. That came to around 20700. I did the 60 months financing at 1.9% so they charged an additional 1,000 for financing. My month payments came out to be 363 per month for 5 years.

    I think if it was a fully loaded LX, it would be a different car...say EX??

    Sorry if I didn't answer your question.
  • cm1379cm1379 Posts: 11
    Hello,

    I just bought a 2010 Accord LX-P for 21,600 OTD in NJ. The dealer came down to 19,830 (incl destination fee) and then added tax, tire fee, DMV and Documentation fee. I know its not the same trim as yours but thought it might help comparing.
  • cm1379cm1379 Posts: 11
    Is this a good OTD price for NJ? I am buying the car and this includes destination, tax, tire fee, documentation and DMV fees. Thanks in advance for all comments and suggestions.
  • v2010v2010 Posts: 1
    I just got got a Honda Accord 2010 LX

    19800 out of the door (including 6.5 % MA sales tax + Documentation + Fees)...

    Got it from Boch Honda from Norwood...

    Contact me for sales person etc... I think this is the best bargain....Did anyone get a better deal?
  • I am negotiating for a 2010 Honda Accord EX-L V-6 with all options incl Navigation except spoilers and painted wheels. What is the bottom line I can expect to pay for this car with no sales tax. I appreciate anyone's help...I am in Oregon
  • tfd123tfd123 Posts: 4
    Got what I think is a pretty good lease. $159/month + tax, 36 months, 12K/year, $1,150.13 paid at signing (included acquisition fee, doc fee, first payment, and title/registration fees). With Mass. sales tax, the payment is 168.94 per month.

    Love the car. Manual trans is the way to go.
  • zniper09zniper09 Posts: 1
    I'm negotiating with a dealership in IL, and they are giving me a price of $25,175. Is this a good deal? They also tell me that they will give me the 1.9% for 60 months. The car has the wheel locks, splash guards, and the mat in the trunk. I really like this car, is black on black. What do you guys think? I appreciate the help.
  • pochirajupochiraju Posts: 19
    hi all,

    one of the dealers has got few 2009 LX accords left which he is selling for 18k + dmv.

    please can anyone suggest:

    1) if its ok to buy 2009 model or is there any trick involved in this?

    2) if its ok to buy last year's model, then please suggest if the price sounds good.

    btw, i am in OR state.

    thank u
    sandy
  • temj12temj12 Posts: 450
    edited April 2010
    This is not a good deal. You can come out as well, or almost as well, with a 2010, if you bargain. You are looking at one year of depreciation with a 2009. Your car has depreciated twice when you drive off the lot: the fact that it is one year old and the normal off the lot depreciation, if it were a 2010. I would definitely not do it. The dealer is receiving a kickback from Honda for moving a 2009 off the lot. That price does not reflect that kickback.
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