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2013 and earlier-Honda Accord Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • ggk62ggk62 Posts: 1
    Stopped at the local Honda dealer here in Las Cruces, NM to check out the 2009 Accords, this will be our 3rd one. Anyways the salesman almost fell over when i asked when they would have 0% financing. He said Honda was number one in sales right now and they would not be lowering their rates...seems like what I have been reading, all manufacturers have been losing sales. Any insights on the rates to come?
  • alamocityalamocity Posts: 680
    About a month ago I know one dealership here in San Antonio had that model for $18,696.00 but not sure whether it has gone up in the meantime.
  • nexofanexofa Posts: 31
    I only shopped for a couple months for my 09 Accord, but the best I saw was 1.9% APR from Honda for 36 months. A Toyota salesman told me that Honda and Toyota seem to alternate between financing and leasing offers, so in December, when I was looking at the Accord and Camry, Honda had the 1.9% and Toyota had the killer leases. Now it's January, and Honda has the lease deals, while Toyota has the better financing offer. And I believe that these deals are usually regional, not national, so a deal you see advertised in one part of the country (or posted here) may not be available in your area.
  • "Sure, prices may have gone up, but who pays the full msrp anyway?"

    While your statement is true, higher MSRP's equal higer invoice and higher net-net cost, which in turn, effects a higher consumer price in the end. Grant it, it may just be a couple of hundred but that is still a couple of hundred.

    I am still trying to figure out why Honda raised the prices of the 2009's over the 2008's and then just a few months later they raised the prices again. I am stumped for an answer :mad: :confuse: :mad:
  • sarav01sarav01 Posts: 10
    Jitendra1 - Did u go ahead with u r deal @ DCH Old Bridge
  • I will be picking up my latest Accord in the next 2 days. It is an LX-P sedan in Royal Blue. My price from my local dealership was 20,362. Fees are $304. Of course they tried to get me to buy the paint sealant and fabric protection as well as LoJack and other add-ons. I purchased my previous Accord there and had most of the servicing done there as well.
  • L731L731 Posts: 4
    Hold tight for a couple of days. I've heard from two dealerships here in Arizona that the rates are going back down to 2.9 in February. I've already received a flyer in the mail to that effect as well.
  • I picked up my shiny new 09 Accord LX-P last night. The salesman went through his checklist as usual pointing out everything. I received a coupon for a free oil change. I noticed today that the car also has wheel locks on it. They must have added them for free as well since it wasn't on my invoice. Overall a good buying experience. Now I just have to wait until spring to wash and wax it. Does anyone know how the decklid spoiler looks on the sedan?
  • nexofanexofa Posts: 31
    >>Does anyone know how the decklid spoiler looks on the sedan? <<

    The dealer where I bought my EX-L had one on the showroom floor with the decklid spoiler. I wasn't impressed - OK but not great. IMHO the wing spoiler looks better, but neither is worth the $$.
  • rhard49rhard49 Posts: 226
    :) Its certainly a matter of opinion but, I had a 2004 and a 2007 selling my 2004 the curved rear end on the new Accords was a deal breaker for me. I thought butt ugly but I really like my accord. The decklid spoiler made it palitable for me covering the ugly butt.
  • Yes I did. Did you find any deal?
  • I wanted to thank everyone on this board for all the great information they have shared. It allowed me to negotiate a great deal on an 09 Accord EX-L. Got the dealer down to 22.5, plus about $300 in fees, plus 8.25% tax for OTD price of $24.6. Bay Area taxes are a killer!

    Only thing that surprised me, and I didn't research going into the negotiation, was the Honda Care warranty offer which I passed on.

    All in all a stressful two weeks of email exchanges with dealers but ended with a great outcome, love my new car. And I feel good about the price which is important.

    Thanks again and good luck.
  • rhett78rhett78 Posts: 22
    I'm shopping for a new 09 Honda Accord Coupe, and wondered if anyone was having difficulty in getting their prospective dealer to give up this market support now being offered from Honda? I'm attempting to purchase at what is commonly referred to as "triple-net", Invoice minus holdback minus any incentives...such as the $750 being offered now.
  • I think it would be rather hard to get a dealer to go net-net on an Accord coupe right now. The coupe numbers are limited and they still have a good bit of demand. Besides, as the times get tight for consumers they too, are tight for dealers. As a result they need to stretch every dollar and not lose money on a deal.

    However, I would guess that getting invoice minus the $750.00 minus a couple of hundred is a more reasonable goal. Just my opinion :)
  • gkelmgkelm Posts: 9
    "09 Accord EX-L. Got the dealer down to 22.5, plus about $300 in fees, plus 8.25% tax for OTD price of $24.6."

    4 cyl, right? Great deal.
  • Yes it was the 4cyl, I didn't want to even test drive a V6 since I knew I'd want it, but family doesn't need it.

    Dealer said I wouldn't be able to buy Honda Care at any other time if I refused, but that seems bogus. Did anyone else get this kind of sales tactic?
  • Received an internet quote for $23,250, appears to include destination charge. Is this a decent deal? I would like to lease it, but aware that sales price is still very important.
  • I was wondering if you can mention the dealer. I am in bay area and looking for a similar car.

  • Is it a good deal?
    Tax is 6% + ~200 in fees
    Paid cash - no trade-in
  • lebo5lebo5 Posts: 2
    So I had an 06 Accord Sedan and was going to keep it until the new look came out in 08. I looked around for the best price in the Philadelphia area the best price I could find on the fully loaded 09 coupe was $27,192! So I took it and I don't regret it for a second. This car is hot! I absolutely love everything about it.

    Has anyone else found a better deal? I went to Sussman Honda in Abington, PA. But you have to ask for Maria or Yvette in Internet Sales. Maria is the manager and she's phenomenal. Just tell her you want the Joel Deal. I got the Alabaster Silver coupe fully loaded! If you're looking for something else, she'll get it for you. She found mine in a day and last Friday I drove it away.
  • Forgot to write that it is 2009
    Accord LX 4D sedan
    Tax is 6% + ~200 in fees
    Paid cash - no trade-in
    Austin TX
  • It was Anderson Honda in Palo Alto, but I can't imagine they were happy giving me that price. After a few rounds I said I'd buy the car if they gave it to me for 23K, then their marketing dept sent out a end of month email promo for $500 off any agreed upon price and they honored it, so I got it for 22.5. Most the dealers in the Bay Area were willing to go to low 23's. I think PA Honda hoped to make some money from the finance team getting me to buy Honda Care etc.

    Also, the car had wheel locks and I wasn't going to buy them, when I asked if they'd leave them on for free if I gave them a 5 star review on they implied I was being greedy, I didn't push it and they kept the locks. And I have yet to decide how many stars to give them on yelp, I felt the pitch on Honda Care was dishonest since they said I couldn't buy it ever if I turned it down for $1,900!
  • "So I had an 06 Accord Sedan and was going to keep it until the new look came out in 08. I looked around for the best price in the Philadelphia area the best price I could find on the fully loaded 09 coupe was $27,192! So I took it and I don't regret it for a second. This car is hot! I absolutely love everything about it."

    That is a good price if:

    - No trade was involved.

    - It is OTD
  • lebo5lebo5 Posts: 2
    Yes, there was a trade involved (my 06 accord ex-l sedan w/ navi) which was paid off in full. The $27192 price I mentioned is what I paid OTD (out the door). It's a fantastic price considering that invoice price for the car (an EX-L coupe V-6 with Navi) is $28200.
  • Price paid: $20250 + TTL
    Tax: 6.25%
    Title + dealer fees: $230
    OTD: $21750
  • This is a good deal.. best I seen EXL V6 Coupe Navi is 27.300 OTD
  • I am looking to buy a 1 year old 2008 Accord EXL V6 w/ Navi (Sedan). I have seen some listed online for ~$23-24k + TTL with around 15,000 miles.

    Given the poor economy and bad automotive market, I have offered lowball offers of $20k then $21k (OTD price) rejected. What do you think should be the final, best out the door price? Also, how about if it is a "Certified Used Honda"?
  • Anybody hear anything about any financing specials. Looking for 2009 accord exl V6 navi. Or maybe Acura TL-tech
  • Incentives for the Accord have remained UNCHANGED. No APR special at all.
  • I have seen some posted the 2009 Accord EXL V6 w/o Navi (Sedan) for $25,000 included destination charge + TTL. I got the same quotes from 2 dealers (out of 10 dealers) in Southern California. Can anybody get a lower price?
    I think I wait until end of March or when the dealers and Honda manufacturer start to feel the pressure harder since most of them try to sell me at the MSRP price or above invoice price.
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