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2013 and earlier-Honda Accord Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,440
    Work on getting your lowest price for the vehicle 1ST. Then after finding best price work your lease numbers onto that price..

    Start Last 2 days of this month.................. Call or visit as many dealerships and work your best deal.

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

  • oojasoojas Posts: 6
    i did negotiate better price for lease, only to get the dealer i spoke with call me back to say that the price we agreed upon was good for financing deal and it cannot be used for a lease deal. When i said BS and give me the break down of all the numbers he never called me back
  • gmanusmcgmanusmc SoCalPosts: 436
    Sometimes there are retail purchase incentives that don't apply to a lease and vice versa.
  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,440
    edited April 2013
    I know there is flex/cash rebate on the CRV models for $750.. I'm not sure if that is on the Accord yet.
    Cash or lease would not matter. Get your lowest price for your model and work lease numbers off the total.

    Throw that other dealers number in the trash!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Good luck

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

  • graphicguygraphicguy SW OhioPosts: 7,142
    oojas....I've found you can't get your best deal unless you're sitting at their desk.

    Calling nets a few responses. You've found one.....no numbers given. Another, a dealer will quote you an impossible price knowing another dealer can't meet it. When you get to the dealership, they'll say they misunderstood what you wanted, or that their price didn't include a fee, an option, some additional dollar amount that wasn't accounted for.

    Remember, once you go to a dealer, you can always walk out if you don't like the deal, the personnel, or for any reason whatsoever. You won't ifnd their best pricing unless you're in their store, though.
  • 115david115david Posts: 7
    Could any one let me know the price for Honda Accord LX in Maryland? Is the destination fee a real fee you have to pay? Thank you.
  • man1234man1234 Posts: 4
    OK, thanks,
  • venkatpvenkatp Posts: 10
    This is what I did. I got quote from Pohanka Honda Fredericksburg, VA. They gave the lowest quotes compared to anybody else in VA, MD area. I took that quote to Ourisman Honda, Bethesda who matched the price including destination.

    Good luck.
  • isantemisantem Posts: 7
    edited April 2013
    That was my experience to. I highly recommend Pohanka Fonda Fredericksburg, VA. I contacted them thru their website chat option and in 30 minutes I get the best price with breakdown in the email.
  • isantemisantem Posts: 7
    They also have 0% for 60 months ....nobody else has it.
    http://www.pohankahondaoffredericksburg.com//0for60SpringEvent-pid23224

    Probably all the dealers will have this offer next month.
  • kr6822kr6822 Posts: 5
    edited April 2013
    Just bought 2013 accord Ex-l black/black in N.VA

    OTD 25,800 Includes Tax and tags. (add on's --splash guards, mats, wheel lock)

    Good luck
  • jivanajivana Posts: 4
    Is there any trade-in involved?

    What's the breakdown of this 25.8 number?
  • I am looking to purchase accord ex-l this summer. Where in N.VA did you purchase car? I am located in N.VA. Great price.
  • ziggy25aziggy25a Posts: 24
    isantem, if you read the fine print on the webpage you sited you will see that the dealer is actually paying the 1.9% interest on the loan to result in 0% financing for the customer. Further, they go on to say that this financing can't be combined with any price quote, internet price or any advertised special price. There is no free lunch. Since the dealer is paying the interest, they obviously will be selling the car at a higher price than if they were not paying the interest to make up the cost of this promotion.

    Bottom line is you are paying the interest in effect, via additional principal.
  • kr6822kr6822 Posts: 5
    edited April 2013
    No trades involved. It is a sedan Auto.

    here is the beak down--

    24046+790 (fright) + 394 (doc fee) +756.91(tax) + 69.75 (title and license) -300 (flex cash/towards honda finance 1.9%) = 25800 OTD

    It is at HONDA of Tysons corner. Finished in 90 min with Finance paper work.
  • apenapen Posts: 1
    This is probably one of the best posted deal! congrats.
  • finwifefinwife Posts: 4
    2k down, 60 mos@ 439 mos. Only extra we added was extended warranty @1788 and gap ins @ 595 ( is this absolutely necessary?????) we're in NJ.

    TIA
  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,440
    Save your $ 2,388 . Money better spent investing in gold or put money in a 5 yrs Cd. If after 5 6 or 7 yrs something breaks in car use that money to fix. You will be way ahead of the game. The reason people buy a honda is resale, quality/build.
    If you tell me piece of mind with warranty thats fine but not at $1788 you are getting ripped off. Shop around for better pricing

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

  • ziggy25aziggy25a Posts: 24
    An easy way for your to save $500+ on your extended warranty. Go to Hyannis Honda's website http://hyannishondaservicecontracts.com/ Get a quote for the same extended plan that you purchased. You will find that it is probably $500+ less than you paid. Then, cancel the policy you just purchased. Call Honda Care, I believe Honda's policy is that you have 60 days to cancel and get a full refund. Then purchase the Hyannis Honda Care policy instead.
  • vspeedvspeed Posts: 11
    edited April 2013
    I can't wrap my head around the numbers and this is driving me a little crazy, okay a lot crazy. Please bear with me.

    I saw the lease special for $2500 down and $250 a month not including Tax, Title, Dealer options etc here in Houston Texas (8.25 % tax rate)

    I had a 2001 Dodge Durango for Trade In

    Here's a breakdown of my lease deal.

    2013 Honda Accord LX CVT Auto
    Propack and Tint added ($735) after MSRP of $23270 for total of $24005

    Advertised: $249 per month for 36 months , $2,499 cash due at signing

    My Deal (with a $1500 Trade In and $3000 cash down payment)

    Gross Cap Cost $26630
    Cap Cost Reduction 4250
    Adjusted Cap Cost $22379
    Residual $14194
    Depreciation $8184
    Rent Charge $ 1408
    Total of Base Payments $9593
    Lease Payments 36
    Money Factor .00107 (The finance manager told me this after I called him back)
    Base Monthly Payment including Tax $266

    I can't help but think I got screwed somehow in this deal. I called the dealer and they gave me an itemized listing of the fees which totaled $2753 (which included the 735 for the dealer options and a sales tax of $1464 and various other fees) on top of the MSRP and not including the acquisition fee of $595. He said in order to get the special price of $250, I would have had to put down $5242 but the lease terms limit it to %20 of the total cost of the vehicle.

    Please put my mind at ease and help me make sense of this and tell me I didn't get hosed..It seemed fine until I got home and started mulling over the numbers.

    Thank you to anyone who can help!!!
  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 2,440
    edited April 2013
    You need to put prior post in the Accord leasing forum. There are several members who are experts in leasing. you will get your answer

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

  • gmanusmcgmanusmc SoCalPosts: 436
    edited April 2013
    Brian is right - you need to educate yourself on how leases work and compare apples to apples. The two deals you show in your post are different and that makes it easy for the dealer to confuse you and earn them more profit - hope you haven't made the deal yet - you are going about it blindly.

    Oops - just re-read your post - sounds like the deal is sealed - best you can do is learn from the experience and be better prepared next time.
  • venkatpvenkatp Posts: 10
    edited April 2013
    That's a cool deal. I been to them before purchasing, but they quoted me 26991/- and they were not ready to give me for 26500/- . The invoice including destination quoted me was $25700. This was exactly 2 weeks back.

    I ended up buying at Ourisman, Bethesda for 26550/- with wheel locks, mud guards, door edge guards , pin stripe & trunk tray.
  • iwannagr8leaseiwannagr8lease Posts: 42
    edited April 2013
    I am having post lease signing remorse...

    If you had posted in the appropriate forum beforehand - the legend shows this post is your first - you might have been assisted like you can view in the thread here.

    Your deal is done. The best advice now is to just go forward and enjoy your new vehicle.
  • vspeedvspeed Posts: 11
    Thanks, this format is confusing for the forums and I'm getting the handle of it now...thanks
  • vspeedvspeed Posts: 11
    Thanks..I tried but it got pretty confusing, nothing was making sense and I probably should have walked away until I had more time to think
  • vspeedvspeed Posts: 11
    Thanks but I just found this site and I'm getting used to the forum
  • kr6822kr6822 Posts: 5
    This week they have tax and tags on them deal...but I think during the first week of april they had everthing on them tax,tags,free apr finance,no deale fees of any kind...ofcourse I missed that but wondering if that was more cheaper
  • toad76toad76 Posts: 1
    Could you refer me to your sales rep at Tyson's? I am interested in the same deal on a blue car and would be happy to give you the referral credit

    Thanks!
  • On April 19 I purchased a Honda Accord Sport in Houston, TX

    2013, Honda Accord Sport Black Exterior / Black Interior.

    -Factory Options ( None )
    -Dealer Options (Fabric & Paint Sealant, Diamond Fusion Windshield Protection, Key Replacement, Nitrogen in Tires, Window Tint, Trunk Tray, Splash Guards, Interior Illumination) - $1,877.60
    -Dealer city/state ( Houston, TX)
    -MSRP (incl destination) ($24,980+$1,877.60 Options=$26,857.60)
    -Invoice (incl destination) ($22,929)
    -Purchase Price Including Destination ( $22,579+$400 for Options=$22,979)
    -Downpayment ( 0)
    -Trade allowance (year, make model, mileage, options, condition of the trade) ($5,500 2005 Jeep Liberty Sport, 67,000 miles, No Options, Good Condition. ) Note: Carmax offered $5,500 and dealer matched.
    -Tax - $1,181 tags - $131
    -Dealer fees (None)
    -Doc fees ($150)
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