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2013 and earlier-Honda Accord Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • pk5pk5 Posts: 1
    bought a 4 cylinder 08 accord coupe automatic transmission today here in chicago. looked through a lot of this forum, and it def helps. didn't have my first choice in color (polished metal metallic), but i guess there aren't too many that color in the ex 4 cylinder unless i wanted leather...which i don't really need.

    $22,047 price
    $150 doc fee
    $143 new plates
    $1787.20 suburban cook county tax
    OTD price $24127.20

    i think i did ok......did i?
  • nonxnonx Posts: 2

    Any one here in the state of Indiana (Indianapolis area) know a good OTD price for an 08 Accord EX-L A/T w/out Navi. Accessories include Engine system starter, Fog lights and deck spoiler. Is 25K OTD acheivable?

    Chicago and Cincinnati areas you can also respond.

    Also please include financing details.

  • gleen6191gleen6191 Posts: 80
    excellent deal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • I agree with others who mentioned Apple Honda in York, PA as having good internet pricing. Whatever the current manufacturer to dealer incentive may be, it expires April 30th.

    I was quoted a price of $19,340 plus tax and tags for a 2008 Accord LX 4 door sedan with automatic transmission. That is $2,455.00 below retail. They even offered to deliver the car to me, as I am about a 3 hour drive from York.

    If anyone knows of a better price in this part of the country, please post! Thanks.
  • zdadzdad Posts: 15
    Let's see if I can do this without the sales sheet in front of me....

    EX-L I4 A/T (no Nav) in San Marino Red with Ivory Leather interior
    Sale Price = $24,056 (incl Destination)
    Tax (6%) = $1,449
    Tags Title & Doc Fees = 164

    OTD Price = $25,663

    Dealer threw in the wheel lock and mats.

    Drivien is for 4 days now. Aout $150 commuting miles. Have loved every second of it. The LEather seats are awesome. Loved the heated seats this morning ( a little chilly in Philly this AM). Engine performs seamlessly, even up and down hillls. THere are a couple of hair pin turns on the way to work in the morning and I drove them aggressively this morning. The car stuck to the road. No tire squeal at all. Firmly in control. The noise cancellation actually works. Sport supenson a little stiff than my 7 year old Impala, but I expeced that. The looks and head turns are fun to watch. People notice this car. I thought the buttons on the console would be too much, but they are quite intuitive, and easy to use.

    No complaints so far.
  • pcjamespcjames Posts: 13
    Something is up with the "secret incentive". I was quote 20,334 for a LX-P auto sedan, about $2461 under MSRP........

    I think something is going on........
  • rametramet Posts: 11
    Thanks the the feedback! I will keep an eye out for an Hot San Marino Accord Coupe. I work close by your Dealer.
  • Is this a good OTD price 23075.00
  • kepkep Posts: 4
    Hi 08carfinding, I'm sorry for the delay. You should contact South Bay and talk to their internet guy to get on their mailing list. I was in contact with their internet sales manager. Unfortunately that sale ended on 4/15 but I'm sure more will come.
  • flbuyerflbuyer Posts: 11
    Anyone know what kind of deals available on this much under MSRP are people paying?

    Thanks for any info..
  • fxguyfxguy Posts: 132
    That price seems high for an EX-L 4 cylinder. I have seen quotes $1200 below that.
  • rametramet Posts: 11
    Where and how?
    Those are prices we are getting around the Philly area. I am working with Conicelli to match yaupon2's price of 500 under invoice. Hoping to close the deal by this week.
  • $299 dealer doc fee? I thought NJ law only allowed dealers to charge a maximum of $199 doc fee?
  • $26,553 base has been quoted by email by Route 22 Honda. They have also given a rough OTD of $30,000.

    As per Edmunds invoice for this car is $27,404. I saw a message on this forum saying that there is a dealer incentive of $2,500 until end of April, 2008. Is that true? That would explain why this dealer is willing to sell $851 below invoice. Or is there a catch?

    Does anyone know of a better deal in NJ?

  • alta54alta54 Posts: 2
    I just bought a 08 EXL V-6.

    Got the car for $25,900
    Dealer fees of $195

    Total out of pocket: $26,095

    Should I feel good about this deal??
  • alta54... what dealership and region did you buy your new Accord from?

    It would seem the east coast has the great deals.
  • I saw a message on this forum saying that there is a dealer incentive of $2,500 until end of April, 2008. Is that true?

    Take it from me - it's not true. On 4cyl Accrods dealer can earn upto $400.00 per car based on a tier system. Hit 110% of your goal set by Honda for your dealership, earn $400.00 "advertising" bonus money on that car.

    This bonus does not appy to V6's, so if your buying a V6 under invoice, the dealer is going into the hold-back to sell you a car. So if you can get them to do that, take advantage of it :)
  • dadogdadog Posts: 3
    I have been offered a price of $25,500 plus TTL for a 2008 Accord EX-L V6 w/o Nav from a dealer. Is this a good deal?
  • mplshondadir.. are you really a dealer in Minneapolis? If so, what are you letting a 2008 exl auto 4cyl go for? What are you letting exl v6's go for? I would love to buy either at one of these at these crazy prices I have been reading about. If you don't want to post, send me an email using my twotonetommy AT

  • leosikleosik Posts: 11
    Just got quoted in Providence area for 2008 EXL auto 4cyl. here are the numbers.
    The sticker price: $26,495 ($25,860 base price plus $635 destination)
    The dealer invoice: $24,063 ($23,428 base invoice plus $635 destination)
    Less dealer hold back: $776
    Dealer cost: $23,287
    Honda Online price: $23,787
    Honda to dealer incentive: $300 expires April 30th
    Honda Online price with incentive: $23,487.
    Will check it out tomorrow.
  • thanks leosik

    Now if I kind find that kind of price in the central region, that would be great. Thats one heck of a price.
  • jaxs1jaxs1 Posts: 2,697
    $300 isn't much of an incentive on a car with a $26K sticker, but at least it's a start and it's only spring. Closer to the year end clearance it should get much better.
  • Our invoice (adjusted after co-op advertising) is $26251.00. My boss wont let me sell them for less then $26000.00. Most dealers are pretty close to the same. The Accord market seems kinda stale here.


    Our hosts here are very serious about enforcing some rules and I really dont want to be flagged again.
  • fxguyfxguy Posts: 132
    A south Atlanta dealer quoted me $22,900 for an 08 EX-L 4 cylinder.
  • Thank you mplshondadlr for your response. You discussed the price on a V6 EXL, how about the 4cyl with and without Nav. The reality is that I have been targetting the 4cyl exl with auto but based on some of the prices I have been seeing, I would consider a V6.

    Can you see yourself coming anywhere close to "leosik" price for a 4 cyl with nav (Honda Online price: $23,787 - see post #20135)? If not, what are you letting the non-nav go for?

    Thanks and yes I realize this is not a quote but rather an idea of what cars are going for in your market. Much appreciated.
  • Again - this is not an offer to sell or buy! Dont flag me, just offering information!

    We have been offering the EXL 4cyl non-navi for pretty close leosik price quoted. We're are slightly higher thanks to the co-op but in this area they're selling for $23863.00.

    If you email all six metro Minneapolis/St. Paul dealers you'll find that price or close to it.
  • Thank you mplshondadlr

    As a person who understands the industry, and me as a buyer, is there a better time to buy during the year? Is July better to buy then now? I know the end of December is always a good time to pick up a vehicle but when does Honda usually discount there existing model year to make room for the upcoming year?

  • gleen6191gleen6191 Posts: 80
    this cannot be for a v6 with navi!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • do you aware there is following incentive going on? As your listed price is without any incentive.
    "Honda to dealer incentive: $300 expires April 30th"
  • louisnlouisn Posts: 110
    Looks like it was 4 cylinder from his post despite the title..
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