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2013 and earlier-Honda Civic Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • leggyleggy Posts: 7
    Just bought 2011 Civic sedan LX auto red in So Cal for OTD $17750 ($15850 before T/L and other fees). It ws very easy and smooth deal. Finalized the price through email, which took me less than 2 hours from the time of sending the first quote request until receiving the final offer.
  • Hi Dan,
    What is the $780 for? destination fee? Plus let me find out the new incentives from the car makers, it just came out today. It a good price but try to bargain a little more. I got a 2010 Honda Civic LX-S for 17,210 OTD price a few month back and I wish I could have taken out the wheel locks it had, I believe it was a 100 hundreds dollars for those wheel locks. However it was a great price at that current time. Criswell Honda in Maryland is where I got it at. Let me know if you need any other help?

  • what is the new incentive for the pilot??
  • I did my search on the Pilot incentives and there are none at this current time. I am speaking in my area of Maryland, VA, and DE.
  • rowsdowerrowsdower Posts: 1
    edited January 2011
    Hi all.

    I live in Baltimore, Maryland and I've been doing some shopping for a 2011 Honda Civic Sedan.

    I really want Electronic Stability Control. The problem is, only the most upscale version (EX-L) has it. So I'm trying to shop aggressively to find the best deal for an EX-L. I prefer to buy within the next week, although if I don't find a good deal I might just decide to wait for the 2012 civic, since that should have ESC on all trims.

    I've talked to several dealers, and so far the two best OTD offers I've received are $20,955 and $21,024 for the EX-L (no navigation). I'm still waiting for a couple of dealers to get back to me, so this may improve. But as of right now, the best price I've got is around $21,000.

    A couple of questions:

    1.) Do you think this is a good deal?

    2.) What about navigation? It would be an extra $1,800, and I would like to have it. I've read a lot of negative things about the 2010 Civic's nav system and not sure if it's changed since then.

    This is my first time experience ever buying a car, so any help & advice will be greatly appreciated!


  • tjc30tjc30 Posts: 11
    I got the following Drive out quote for a 2011 Honda Civic EX 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl 5A). How do you guys rate it ?

    Vehicle Price $18,382.00

    Sales Tax $1,148.88

    Documentary Fee $189.00

    Title Fee $44.50

    License Plates $65.80

    Inspection Fee $23.75

    Full Deputy Fee $5.00

    Dealer’s Inventory Tax $41.47

    Your Drive out Price $19,836.39
  • dkukdkuk Posts: 2
    if its automatic..i'll say its a very good quote.., if its manual, its a good quote as well..u might have 200$ more in dere.
  • accordguy0325accordguy0325 Posts: 169
    edited January 2011
    My recommendation is watch your local Honda dealer lots - check them out every 2-3 days as the 2012 Civic launch gets closer (around March-April)... Once the 2012's arrive - dealers should have fire sales on the 2011s as a few should still be laying around.

    My partner just bought a 2010 Civic LX automatic sedan for 4300.00 off msrp (last day of November) as the 2011's were arriving.

    Anything less than 2500 off when the 2012's have arrived is an insult as far as I'm concerned. As the saying goes - Kick A#S and take names - good luck ! :shades:
  • I am thinking I might be able to get a good deal on a 2010 civic right now. There are only 2 dealers so far out of about 5 that have one or two and I would think they would want to be getting rid of them. I also lose a lot of value driving them off the lot at this time of year. If I go to sell it in 5 years they will want to give me the lower price when it is really new -if you follow my thinking.

    What would be a good price? I read that someone got a VP for 14277 in July. I would think I could get better than that.

    So far the dealer is telling me 16,500 for the LX-S and I first thought that would be good but now think I could get 15K even or less?

    Any guesses?

  • Hi,

    I don't know about remaining 10 Civic's, but today I picked-up a 11 Civic LX-S for $16,875 + tax and license.

    I am in N. Calif.

    It was a simple transaction, got a lower quote from a dealer further away through Told the local dealer the quote to see if they would come close and I would pay a bit more for the convenience of a closer dealer.
  • I am in the market to purchase a 2011 Honda Civic LX sedan in the Northern NJ area. I received a base price offer of $15,600 from one dealer. I am interested in knowing what your base price was and if you'd recommend your dealer. Thanks!
  • Does that include destination? If so, that's a very good price; if not, I think you can shop around and do a bit better.
  • $15600 is so good. The offer I got is $16800 (OTD18900). I'm in WA. Is it good?
  • @mabie, For the price of $15,600 for a 2011 Honda Civic LX is very good but as mention by another member, ask the question about destination, see if this includes destination charge, which will add about 750 more, more or less, each dealer has about that amount. I not sure which dealer you are speaking of but sound like a very good price for now, just find out about the other charge. Let me know if you any other help.
  • @Settlewind, $16800 is not too bad but work it a little more to bring the price down (about 15,900-16,000), even if the dealer is saying it aint making a profit, which is bull. Also it also depends on the install options, what does this honda has install, does it has a sunroof/splash guard/ or tinted windows? Anything like these options install will bring the price up a little more and wouldnt be a bad price. So let me know what the Civic has install?
  • Thanks for your reply. I'll try to negotiate more. Actually we didn't ask any additional option.
  • I think WA has a better economy and most of the dealers are charging higher fees. Just keep saying - I'll think about it and walk away. see if they come down some more or if you have a trade in they will pay way more for that.
  • Hi.

    Just got a quote for a 2011 Civic LX. OTD price of 17.7k. Edmonds TMV is 17.2k.


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  • People have been having good luck getting pretty good deals in the mid-Atlantic. I got mine in NoVa for 20% off MSRP and someone in High Point got a coupe for the same discount...and that was before they announced the new models. I would shop around with Internet departments at a few more dealerships.
  • Hi... the lowest offer I'm getting in CT is $17,800 OTD for a brand new 2011 Honda Civic Sedan LX. Can anyone tell me if this is reasonable or can I ask for lower?
  • Keep saying let me think about it and go an shop at another dealer and get quotes. You can always get a lower price. Everytime i said I'll think about it they lowered the price a few hundred...
  • geocgeoc Posts: 15
    After looking at the Accord and Altima. Civic may work. Looking for best price in the NE. $16999 seems good, is that the best?
  • Got a quote for an 11 Civic LX Sedan in Black with auto tran for $16125 + $1093 (tax) + $285 (doc fees)=$17503 OTD
    It seems like an amazing deal, but I wanted to get some feed back here.
  • I just got a quote for 16.5 K for same.
  • I have an offer of $19,300 for the Civic ex 2011 after title and taxes and destn fee of $750 it worth it or can i get a better deal? ...the msrp is $21155 and the invoice is $19540 ...what would be a good deal at this point? Was considering waiting for the 2012 civic get a cheaper 2011 one.
  • KettyKetty Posts: 14

    I think you can do better. I am purchasing a new Honda Accord Ex 2011 for $20, 340 which includes destination at 1.9 for 60 months in Boston Area. A little over 5300 off sticker price.

    Check ZAG for a starting point and then come to a price and start negotiating. You should probably try to purchase before end of month since there are incentatives and more sales with Washington Birthday. 2010 are still available and they have .9 % for 60 months. Good Luck! I might have been able to do better but I am happy with my tx.
  • I just bought a Honda Civic LX-S for $17.1K OTD. $15,050 was the car price, $750 for freight, plus $100 dealer procg fees, and the rest in taxes and registration. This was in MD state...
  • If you dont mind me asking, what dealership?
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