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- 2012 MB ML 350, 2012 BMW X-5, 2013 Honda Accord EXL V-6, 2013 Genesis R-SPEC 5.0
approaching double witching hour month and quarter. Following your steps I am stuck on $24,400 on the 2015 accord 4 cylinder sedan no nav. EXL. Do you believe their is 300-400 more I can obtain?0 ·March 25
Brian, I need your advice for 2015 Honda Accord EX-L V4.
I am in Chicago market. I received below quote. This includes $1000 dealers cash back.
Sale Price inc $820 destination charge: 24,617.00
Doc Fee $168.00
Gov't Fees $221
Please share your opinion.0 ·March 24
found dealer who offered 24650$ For EX-L
in L.a. Do you think dealers have 1000-1500 from Honda ?
Also description says leather-trimmed not leather. Went to dealer and it seems seat is ultrsuede and sides are leather.
Thanks for the help0 ·March 15
What is the invoice for a 2015 ex-L 4 cylinder?..
also is the body style going to change
carros1010 ·March 15
Just started in the forum and have seen your
posts. You are in NY and I am in Southern California
but do you have any advise for purchasing
a 2015 accord EX-L.
thanks0 ·March 14
You received 25 LOLs. You're posting some good content. Great!March 5
hi brian, can you please suggest me what is the best price for 2015 crv exl in dallas area. currently best i have is 27300 + tax, title0 ·February 27
I am getting a on the road price of $16.8K for 2015 Corolla L automatic trim.
Breakdown is as follows
Tax 870 (state = 6%)
MD tags/registration 300
Dealership LOW 300
Good deal I suppose? Your feedback is appreciated! Thanks.0 ·January 25
My friend is buying in Texas - Houston Area. They want the following:
Toyota Tundra Limited 2WD CrewMax with Short Bed. Gray or Silver. With Tow Package. No trade-in but they are putting $8k down for down payment.
Thoughts on what they should pay? They were quoted $42,883 after $1000 rebate and this includes state taxes, title, destination fees, Documentary fee ($125), Dealer Inventory Tax ($86). etc. They got a work order from the dealership.
I think they can do better especially today/tomorrow. Let me know where you think they should be price-wise.
thanks!0 ·December 2014
Do you help with Toyota Tundra buying as well? Or just Hondas? Also, can you message me a link to your email template that you send dealerships? I've been looking all over the forums for it and I can't find it.
Thanks for all you do!0 ·December 2014
brian125yes.......I could get you the best deal with any make or model.
Brian it seems like you are the expert ;-) Please tell me if these are good deals in
San Diego, Ca. I am a little confused because I have two different dealer invoices for the same model.
2014 Accord CVT COUPE EX-L W/NAVI/RED
Price Promise $24,973.
2014 Accord CVT COUPE EX-L W/NAVI/Metallic Steel
Dealer price $25.837. plus tax and lic.
With added Dealer Package-wheel locks,door moldings,mudguards,trunk liner,2 yr. Maint. Is this worth the Difference of $864?0 ·December 2014
Your willingness to share knowledge has definitely been noticed.October 2014
Hi, Brian, I should call you "Brain". You have the Brain for buying cars. Thanks so much to wonderful people like you helping no car buying experience people like me. I got a quote from the local dealer, I live in Orange County, California. What do you think of the final OTD prices for W/NAV and one W/O NAV? I don't really care for one, but my husband's Honda had one and he loves it. What's invoice price for EX-L W/NAV and W/O NAV. So I can work on my negotiation. I don't think these prices are good enough. What do you think? Thanks again for everything you do for us! I am really grateful!
"All the money Honda offer have been apply to the price quote.
2014 Honda CR-V EX-L W/NAVI 2WD
Sale Price:$ 26,707
Total : $29,242.72"
2014 HondaCR-V EX-L 2WD
Norm Reeves Honda's Price: $*25,318 OTD for Orange County:$27,8490 ·October 2014
Which models are you talking about. awd models or fwd models?????? Navagation is not worth the 1400 dollars difference. buy a 200 dollar garmin nuvi gps system they are alot better than dealer installed systems. I have navagation in most of my vehicles. i stll find my portable Garmin alot better than them. click on my 2800 comments read thru my postings on buying tips and advise and you will save some money.0 ·October 2014
janice678It's the front wheel drive. Thanks a million!
I really need your expert's opinion. I got a quote for CR-V EL-X with Navigation is $26,707 plus $2,185 registration fee. Without the navigation is $25,318 plus register fee. Are those prices sound good enough to you? Can I bargain little more? Interest is .90% APY. Should I get one with navigation or have an outside company install it? Should I buy 2014 or wait for 2015 model? Thanks so much for your help!0 ·October 2014
You were right, fees are way over what I thought; yesterday I called 4 dealers, 2 of them are the ones I had spoken before;
1st dealer: "Offical fee" $131, plus
'Doc fee" $189,
so that's closed to what you had mention on your first comment ($399),
2nd dealer: Title and Reg fee= $50
Doc fee $189 and
something called an "inventory fee" of 0.35% - they add it after all these fees and sales tax,
The other 2 dealers want me in before telling me their fees...
Most probably I will have to go by myself, even though all the info and tips I'm learning here are being of huge help, I am afraid once in their "office" I will be an easy prey, I will not know all the answers or ways to reject their reasons for all those fees I know they are ridiculous and can be taken away. I have read that dealers get reimbursed for every car they sell, advertising expenses, servicing cars, etc.
Can you please offer me some advice?0 ·September 2014
Hi! Brian, first of al I really appreciate your support and advice.
So far this is what I have come with after reading your posts and comments. I could not find the DOC fee for Tx dealers, all I found was some charge between 0-250, so I calculated my target price on 250 as Dealer fee.
I have set my target price (MTP) for a 2014 Accord Sport CVT( trunk tray, splash guards, mats and wheel locks ) as
- MTP- 20,975
- Estimated sales tax(TX) - 1,311
- DMV - 63.50 + local county fee (maybe) - 11.50
So this makes it for a OTD - 22,361, this should be a good fair price, right?
After I did my search on fees and charges I have not made an offer to any dealer yet, neither to the first 2 dealers I had spoken at first, should I first offer MTP before all taxes and fees or should I write my offer including those charges and fees?
Greetings from the South &
Thanks for all you do!
iecavi0 ·September 2014
Hello brian 125
What do u think of the2014 Nissan rogue select awd ?0 ·September 2014
You wanted to know which dealer I purchased RDX at. It was Acura of Serramonte.0 ·September 2014
I am from Philadelphia, am planning to buy Honda Accord EX-L w/o Navi. Could you give me some comments regarding the following quote:
$26,696 OTD price=$24,550 (car price)+$1964(Tax, 8% in PA)+$184(TTC)
Its higher than what people paid from other areas, but this is the lowest quota among 10 local dealers.
Do you think this the right price to target ? Would the price be lower on Monday, which is the last day of Labor day sale promotion?
Thanks in advance.0 ·August 2014
@brian125: Hi Brian, am from DE, am planning to buy Honda Accord EX. Based on the comments posted by you and other members in this forum, I decided to buy from Maryland dealerships instead of DE. I am thinking to target price around $21,250 excluding TTL and accessories. Do you think this the right price to target ?
Thanks in advance.0 ·August 2014
Can you give me some comments regarding the following quote:
South Florida (north Miami area). Honda Accord EX-L, 4doors, no navigation, 4 cylinder, Black (and black interior).
Current quote: $27, 000 OTD price (including everything, the car also come with a new tag, because I do not want to transfer my license plate)
Options: mud guard, trunk tray, wheel lock, floor mat, door edge, window etching, Tint, paint stripe.
I finance the car, but the rate won't be available unless I sign the sale contract. Can you comment?
Thanks0 ·August 2014
You received 100 Likes. When you're liked this much, you'll be an MVP in no time!August 2014
I do not think I did but I will have to check the contract tonight. I'll let you know.
ViggS0 ·August 2014
Thanks! I'm sure its time consuming to be the forum expert! I appreciate your time, and had already started reading your past posts after I sent the last message.0 ·August 2014
Greetings!, I am in need of a car this weekend badly, Looking at a 2104 Honda Accord Ex 4cyl CVT with accessories with 0.9% honda financing for which I am already qualified with a dealer.
I have an email from one dealer that says this Per your request, here is your price quote: New 2014 Honda Accord Sedan EX - splash guards, all weather floor mats, door edge guards, trunk tray MSRP: $26,470 INTERNET SALE PRICE*: $24,902 Drive Out, financed through American Honda Finance
. is this a good deal? Is this a valid quote ? and what other preparatory steps should I take to avoid any surprises. Please advise. I saw a terminology 'Buyers Order" what is that and please advise me of things I should take care off before visiting the dealer
Thank you in advance for the reply and direction.
BB0 ·August 2014
Thanks for your help. I followed your suggestions and at this point the best offer I have received is $1100 below invoice with no doc or destinations fees. I am hoping to do better in next two days. if that ends up as my best offer should i take it? Thanks again. I would have never thought I could get this SUV for anything below invoice had I not studied your posts.0 ·June 2014
Thank you for all your information. i have really learned a lot from your suggestions. I am on Long Island and have followed your suggestions in trying to get quotes. I would like to purchase a 2014 CRV AWD EXL. I have followed your advice in previous posts. I have obtained financing. I have asked each dealer whether they have flex cash available if i financed with the.
I would like to buy the car by the end of the month. I have emailed 8 dealers in the area and have only received one response. My question may seem silly but I am not sure whether I should make them an offer of $1000 + doc fees first or let them make an offer and then counter with the price I am willing to pay.
Thanks for your help.0 ·June 2014