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2016 Honda Civic Prices Paid and Buying Experience

acco20acco20 Posts: 211
edited December 2015 in Honda
Am considering a 2016 Honda Civic, and I am sure many others are also interested in your buying experience and the deal you were able to work out.
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  • acco20acco20 Posts: 211
    edited December 2015
    Anyone thinking of buying a 2016 Honda Civic will be interested in your buying experience and the price you were able to work out. Thank you.
  • gopalrgopalr Posts: 17
    I got quote for 2016 Civic EX with honda sensing for $22,900 OTD in charlotte NC area
  • i just brought my 2016 civic ex for $22100 OTD in Charlotte NC. Included in this price was nitrogen tires, wheel locks, body molding, splash guards, handle film, and tinted windows! Very happy with the purchase!!
  • lalala24 said:

    i just brought my 2016 civic ex for $22100 OTD in Charlotte NC. Included in this price was nitrogen tires, wheel locks, body molding, splash guards, handle film, and tinted windows! Very happy with the purchase!!

    Good deal!
  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 19,392
    I never thought I would see the day when the MSRP on a Civic LX is over 20,000!

    Saw my first one yesterday. A black EX and all I can say is WOW! I honestly thought it was an Accord
  • gopalrgopalr Posts: 17
    lalala24
    lalala24 said:

    i just brought my 2016 civic ex for $22100 OTD in Charlotte NC. Included in this price was nitrogen tires, wheel locks, body molding, splash guards, handle film, and tinted windows! Very happy with the purchase!!

    Congrats.

    Can you give dealer and sales rep details.
  • zzyzxzzyzx Posts: 7
    Purchased 2016 Honda Civic EX in Austin TX. Selling price was $20713.00 . OTD price was $21575.00
  • zzyzx said:

    Purchased 2016 Honda Civic EX in Austin TX. Selling price was $20713.00 . OTD price was $21575.00

    Congrats! Great deal.

    Can you tell us the offer price?
  • zzyzxzzyzx Posts: 7
    $20713 was the offer price.

  • xmascheesexmascheese Posts: 1
    edited December 2015
    I got a 2016 Civic EX over the weekend in east portland. MSRP was $21875, dealer price was $20,800. Dealer doesn't negotiate on any of the their car prices, but price was better than any other dealer within 50 miles. Registration, Title, and doc fees were $373. Out the door at $21,173. They also gave trade in credit of my old car above KBB trade in value.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 58,788

    I got a 2016 Civic EX over the weekend in east portland. MSRP was $21875, dealer price was $20,800. Dealer doesn't negotiate on any of the their car prices, but price was better than any other dealer within 50 miles. Registration, Title, and doc fees were $373. Out the door at $21,173. They also gave trade in credit of my old car above KBB trade in value.

    Congrats!

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  • i sent out a bid request to five dealers and ended up getting the lx cvt for 1300 off sticker; pretty happy with that 18900 175 gimmick fees plus tax
  • b2rb2r Posts: 2
    Picking up 2016 EX CVT ($21,875 MSRP) in morning for $20,687 including destination fee. Add state tax, DMV registration fees and $379 documentation fee (unregulated in NJ, so we get gouged), plus a few bucks for tire disposal fee...thank you... and I will be out the door for $22,633. I got best interest rate and they matched it (after filling out credit application online, which I can understand), but over a full percentage point lower than what they were offering. Of course, I'm going to say no to paint protector, data dots security protection and extended warranty with a face that simply lets them know I'm not even paying attention to any "value" description. I buy Honda for reliability and find it humorous how after you buy, the focus is on everything that could go wrong with car. Why not talk about that when person first comes in to test drive the car (ya...exactly). Also, do note, only time I stepped in showroom was to put down deposit. I set my purchase price and communicated via email, while I watched football on TV, having online pricing to base my offer (firm). It just was best use of time, rather than sitting around in a dealer's cube, while the act of negotiation is played out. I regret any time spent tomorrow going through attempt to sell pack on items, signing contract, but I will be clear I don't want anything, all overpaid and rarely used. Savings on never taking out extended warranties over the years, more than makes up for any uncommon expense of any unexpected repair, which is rare with Honda. Safe travels.
  • jp_2016jp_2016 Posts: 4
    edited January 2016
    I got a quote: 2016 Honda Civic Sedan LX, CVT, without Honda Sensing;
    MSRP: $20,260.00
    Dealer's price: $19,400.00
    Out-the-door price: $21,334.35 (which includes DMV: $198, Doc fee: $80, Elec transfer fee: $29, Cali tire fee: $8.75, Cali sales tax, 8%, $1,561.60)

    Anyone, What do you think with the price quote I got? I feel like it's too pricey, since @zzyzx , @xmascheese and @lalala24 got their EX model for just several hundreds from my LX model and with perks and Honda Sensing...

    Looking to purchase very soon. Price quote is fr couple days ago...

  • jp_2016jp_2016 Posts: 4
    edited January 2016
    Strongly considering an EX model instead of the LX model. EX has a way better features than an LX with only over a thousand dollars difference...
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 58,788
    jp_2016 said:

    Strongly considering an EX model instead of the LX model. EX has a way better features than an LX with only over a thousand dollars difference...

    Invoice is $18,900 and Edmunds TMV is $19,900.

    Not sure you'll do much better on a new popular model, that has no incentives.

    About $1600 more MSRP to move up the EX. A lot of extras for that, though.

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  • jp_2016jp_2016 Posts: 4
    edited January 2016
    Latest price quote, 2016 Honda Civic EX:

    (Location: Southern California)

    MSRP: $21,875.00
    Dealer price: 20,584.00
    OTD price: 22,035.00 (plus full tank, when I asked for perks/promos for the car or purchase...)

    Anyone, what do you think? Good deal?
  • jp_2016jp_2016 Posts: 4
    edited January 2016
    New to Edmunds. How do you reply to a post, and have the post with your reply?
  • ClairesClaires Chicago areaPosts: 1,217
    edited January 2016
    jp_2016 said:

    New to Edmunds. How do you reply to a post?

    Welcome, jp_2016! Just click the "Quote" button below the post you want to reply to -- the quote will show in the reply box below. Then enter your response in the same box and click "Post Comment".

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  • Hi!

    I got a quote for 2016 Honda Civic LX and wanted to ask you to see if it is a good deal. The OTD is 19400. Below is breakdown.

    Selling Price $ 17,790
    Destination-Fee $ 0
    Doc-Fee $ 75
    Additional Services $ 100 (In transit permit)
    Sales Tax $ 1,129.67
    Registration $ 305.33
    Total $19,400

    Do you think it is a good price??
  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 19,392
    Oh, there is a destination fee that I think is over 800.00 now. It's probably included in the selling price. I've been retired for a few years now so I don't know if that price is a good one. Doc fee is very reasnoble and, of course, the dealer has no control over what the sales tax and registration costs are.
  • radar007radar007 OhioPosts: 24
    Interested in what a good price for a Civic EX with turbo would be in Ohio? Looking to purchase in next few months. Any incentives coming up for these? When would be best time to purchase? Thanks. 
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 58,788
    radar007 said:

    Interested in what a good price for a Civic EX with turbo would be in Ohio? Looking to purchase in next few months. Any incentives coming up for these? When would be best time to purchase? Thanks. 

    Civic comes with a turbo?

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 50,270
    kyfdx said:

    radar007 said:

    Interested in what a good price for a Civic EX with turbo would be in Ohio? Looking to purchase in next few months. Any incentives coming up for these? When would be best time to purchase? Thanks. 

    Civic comes with a turbo?
    Yep, a 1.5L that makes 174HP. I believe it's the EX-T trim level. Also available on the Touring model.

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  • rlinwcrlinwc Posts: 3
    Bought a 2016 Civic Touring from Kuhn Honda in Tampa..2980 off of sticker, plus they don't have all of those wonderful dealer installed options on their cars. No games, no b.s.. I was treated very well, and the financing was very competitive
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 50,270
    rlinwc said:

    Bought a 2016 Civic Touring from Kuhn Honda in Tampa..2980 off of sticker, plus they don't have all of those wonderful dealer installed options on their cars. No games, no b.s.. I was treated very well, and the financing was very competitive

    Congratulations!

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  • I'm shocked by how dead this thread is. Anybody score a sweet deal on a 2016 Civic EX lately?
  • steverstever Posts: 52,572
    Merged, did we lose anyone? :)

    Thanks for the "bump" @redredrabbit.
  • Anyone getting good quotes for the EX?
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