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  • jascha14jascha14 Posts: 1
    edited January 2017
    Hi All,

    Bay Area (Northern California)

    I was offered $27,500 for a 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid EX-L.

    MSRP: $32,905
    Invoice: $30,087

    I am still waiting for an OTD price from the dealership. I am assuming this quote offer is good though?

    My question is, is there anything I should be prepared for when walking into the dealership to sign papers? Or maybe things I should solidify/clarify before heading in?

    My first time buying a car so any advice is appreciated. Thanks.


    UPDATE:
    OTD $30,138

    Another thing I am curious about is that I would really like to add parking sensors to the front and rear. Does anyone know if Honda dealerships can make this as an optional add in? It seems like you can't do it.
  • 1sebringnow1sebringnow FLPosts: 136
    TrueCar gets $400 bucks for every car they sucker you into buying using one of their lame certificates. A few years back in an Automotive News - a weekly publication for the Auto industry, TrueCar took out all kinds of advertising, apologizing to dealers and promising to not share the discounters prices people pay. Remember they advertise they give you the "best price" and now that canard has been somewhat updated in their commercials. At the time, many of the non discounter dealers were very upset. Imagine the general public finding out how much someone paid down the road? Why, that is blaspheme. MD, VA, and DC had the best prices at the time. I noticed the following week the publication came out, that prices in the National Capital Region Area was "bumped" up by about $1000 across the board for Honda Accords (I was looking to purchase at this time) on the TrueCar Website. I suggest using TrueCar and Edmunds to get ball park numbers on pricing. If you want the best deals, be prepared to email at least 15 dealers and travel a few hours if you are serious about saving money. You'll be presently surprised by offers that will be lower than what you'll see as a "great deal guaranteed" price if you run in with your TrueCar certificate. I will never forget the crying by the CEO of TrueCar begging the auto industry to let them in. His company will never get $400 bucks out of me.
  • Looking for a 2017 accord lx in las vegas area. I got a few emails return and lowest is
    Vehicle Price: $23,990.00
    AutoNation Savings: - $3,783.00
    AutoNation Price: $20,207.00

    Sales Tax (estimate): + $1,687.58
    Smog Fee: + $42.50
    Title Fee: + $29.25
    Documentation Fee: + $499.50
    Balance Due (estimate): $22,465.83

    Is it good or can i do better. After reading more reviews i probably now looking for 2017 LX with Sensing. My target is $22500 OTD , is it wishful thinking in Las vegas?
  • phutball said:

    I was offered $21500 OTD ($19166 before only TTL)for a 2016 Accord LX w/Sensing and $21000 OTD ($18666 before only TTL) for 2017 LX, both are 19% off MSRP. Should i go ahead to bring the car home? Which one would be better for the money in your opinion? Thanks.

    I hope my Las Vegas dealers can offer the same. I will jumping into this 2017 Lx deal.
  • Finalized my deal... 17 Accord EX-L ~$24,400 OTD... tax paid during licensing and was calculated based on [(price of my new car) - (how much I sold my old car) ] X ~5.9% which is state and county tax... plus another~$15 for licensing and title fees.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,846
    chowee21 said:

    Finalized my deal... 17 Accord EX-L ~$24,400 OTD... tax paid during licensing and was calculated based on [(price of my new car) - (how much I sold my old car) ] X ~5.9% which is state and county tax... plus another~$15 for licensing and title fees.

    Congrats!

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  • chowee21 said:

    Finalized my deal... 17 Accord EX-L ~$24,400 OTD... tax paid during licensing and was calculated based on [(price of my new car) - (how much I sold my old car) ] X ~5.9% which is state and county tax... plus another~$15 for licensing and title fees.

    How did you get EX-L for that price $24000 OTD. MSRP is $29970. please share.
  • Finalized my deal... 17 Accord EX-L ~$24,400 OTD... tax paid during licensing and was calculated based on [(price of my new car) - (how much I sold my old car) ] X ~5.9% which is state and county tax... plus another~$15 for licensing and title fees.
    How did you get EX-L for that price $24000 OTD. MSRP is $29970. please share.
     Shopped around between Christmas and New Year's day, looked at three different dealers, and  just negotiated a little bit...
  • Hi fam., I'm trying to buy a 2017 Accord Coupe Touring and got the following quote from a dealership in Montgomery County MD. I just started the process and wanna know if this is a good deal.


    $34,475.00 - MSRP without destination/freight/handling charge fee
    $29,835.00 - Dealer's TrueCar Reduced price
    $ 875.00 - Destination/Freight/Handling fee
    $ 300.00 - Processing fee
    $ 1,860.60 - MD 6% Tax
    $ 279.00 - MD registration, title and tag fee
    $33,149.60 - Final price with all fees.

  • Looks like this thread is as dead as a dodo.
  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,224
    edited January 2017
    lam2ray said:

    Hi fam., I'm trying to buy a 2017 Accord Coupe Touring and got the following quote from a dealership in Montgomery County MD. I just started the process and wanna know if this is a good deal.


    $34,475.00 - MSRP without destination/freight/handling charge fee
    $29,835.00 - Dealer's TrueCar Reduced price
    $ 875.00 - Destination/Freight/Handling fee
    $ 300.00 - Processing fee
    $ 1,860.60 - MD 6% Tax
    $ 279.00 - MD registration, title and tag fee
    $33,149.60 - Final price with all fees.

    Your deal now as it stands is $1364 below invoice ( after minusing doc fee charge )

    My Suggestion .. Your area MD has excellent pricing... Play the game you will save more $$$...Hold out to the very end of the month , get more dealerships involved. You should be able to get another $500 to 1000 lower depending on your negotiating skills and if you buy last 2 days, last day of this month or next. Your pricing leverage comes by letting all your targeted dealers know your buying that day or tell each dealer ... meet my price of XXX I buy today. Dealers that don't have your Accord on there lot will result in a higher price.

    If you need suggested md dealers let me know...............................Good luck

    2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2012 MB ML350

  • Thanks a lot Brian. I'd definitely appreciate that. This forum helped me a lot when I bought in 2006, and I'm looking to buy today if possible. I have been dealing with Criswell but they don't have Touring on their lot and they would not come down on price, presumably because they are getting it from somewhere else. Your suggestion on dealers and price will be greatly appreciated.

    Ray.
  • tatseatatsea Posts: 17
    I am in the market for a Hybrid EXL and I am in the So Cal area. Any ideas on what is a good price for this car? MSRP is about 34k and I have seen postings at around 27k.
  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,224
    edited January 2017
    lam2ray said:

    Thanks a lot Brian. I'd definitely appreciate that. This forum helped me a lot when I bought in 2006, and I'm looking to buy today if possible. I have been dealing with Criswell but they don't have Touring on their lot and they would not come down on price, presumably because they are getting it from somewhere else. Your suggestion on dealers and price will be greatly appreciated.

    Ray.

    Pit these dealers against each other in MD these are my Fav's. Shoot every one a email or make a direct call to the internet managers/ depts. ( especially if your buying today)

    Shockley, Jim Coleman , Pohanka , Criswell, O'Donnell, Brown's , Heritage of Parkville.

    These dealers below are hit and miss depending if they need end of the month sales quotas.

    1- Herson's
    2- College
    3- Ourisman
    4- Sport

    2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2012 MB ML350

  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,224
    edited January 2017
    Most 17 Accord Coupe Touring's sell higher than Sedans . Its a supply and demand factor. Finding a Coupe touring on one of these dealers lots will help you make the lowest possible deal.

    Rule #1 Never rush buying.... Negotiate with all above dealers that you don't mind driving to... Then letting each dealer know X price gets your business today or down the road. Then sit back and let each dealer bid for your business. decide what earns your business another $600, maybe 1k.. then take that number and negotiate the [non-permissible content removed] out of it.

    2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2012 MB ML350

  • Looking for feedback on whether this is a decent deal:

    Tulsa, Oklahoma

    2017 Accord Sport SE
    Purchase price: 23660
    Tax: 769
    Title: 11
    License: 94

    OTD Price: 24534
  • zerglingdudezerglingdude Posts: 3
    edited February 2017
     
    jstrahn said:
    Looking for feedback on whether this is a decent deal: Tulsa, Oklahoma 2017 Accord Sport SE Purchase price: 23660 Tax: 769 Title: 11 License: 94 OTD Price: 24534

    I do not think so. In Northern California I was offered $22,888 before tax, fee etc via online before even entering the dealership. Let me know what you get
  • Looking for feedback on a 2017 Accord Hybrid Touring $31,600 OTD in Houston, TX 
  • gamoralegamorale Bay Area, CaPosts: 6
    Interested in getting a Honda Accord EX 2017.

    I've been searching my local dealers via online and have come across a low quote. This is one of the automated ones you get when you request to look at prices:

    MSRP: $27,050
    Invoice: $25,483
    Dealer Quote: $22,950 with dest, charge

    My question is can I ask for maybe $22,000, say $22,150 and see what I get? Should I contact the dealers now and get a few quotes or wait some until the end of the month? I'm also a recent graduate so there's a $500 incentive from me (also, should I hold off on that info or?) This would be my first car purchase.

    Thank you!
  • gamoralegamorale Bay Area, CaPosts: 6
    From above: I am located in the east bay of the SF Bay Area.
  • gamoralegamorale Bay Area, CaPosts: 6

    A dealer in Northern California was able to work with me today (January 2nd). I was able to purchase a 2017 Accord EX CVT for $22,700 (including the $835 destination charge). MSRP was $27,365 (including destination). I offered to finance if it helped. Not many dealers seemed willing to go that low.

    I'm happy with the price but I'm curious if anyone got it lower! I saw the earlier post of someone from Massachusetts who got it for $22,630 (incl. destination).

    ( Tax/Title/Doc were extra, of course)

    You give me hope! I'm looking for something similar, I was hoping to pitch $22,500. Think that's doable? Also in Norther California / Bay Area.
  • gamorale said:


    You give me hope! I'm looking for something similar, I was hoping to pitch $22,500. Think that's doable? Also in Norther California / Bay Area.

    $22.5 might be doable. I've seen a report (not confirmed) of someone, somewhere in the US doing $22.3 on an EX CVT. I can't find any more details though. NADA shows the current lowest sales price of $23,078 - I expected lower numbers since Accord sales (and sedans in general) are getting weaker.

    E-mail the dealerships directly through their websites with a $22.5 offer (or whatever # you pick) and see what they say. End of the month buying gives you the most leverage.

    I had better pricing success with out of the way dealers and also with some (not all) dealerships run by the Sonic Automotive Group.

    If the new graduate incentive is offered directly by Honda I personally wouldn't mention it at first.

    Keep us posted!
  • gamoralegamorale Bay Area, CaPosts: 6

    gamorale said:


    You give me hope! I'm looking for something similar, I was hoping to pitch $22,500. Think that's doable? Also in Norther California / Bay Area.

    $22.5 might be doable. I've seen a report (not confirmed) of someone, somewhere in the US doing $22.3 on an EX CVT. I can't find any more details though. NADA shows the current lowest sales price of $23,078 - I expected lower numbers since Accord sales (and sedans in general) are getting weaker.

    E-mail the dealerships directly through their websites with a $22.5 offer (or whatever # you pick) and see what they say. End of the month buying gives you the most leverage.

    I had better pricing success with out of the way dealers and also with some (not all) dealerships run by the Sonic Automotive Group.

    If the new graduate incentive is offered directly by Honda I personally wouldn't mention it at first.

    Keep us posted!
    My most recent offer has been $22,680 plus TTL a few minutes ago. Wow, that's great as well. With the new grad rebate (as down payment), it would be $22,180.
  • Would you guys be willing to share which dealers are providing the quotes for the EX in the 22k range? Looking for this model and willing to travel to purchase in CA. Thanks!
  • evilamievilami Posts: 1
    edited February 2017
    Hello everyone,

    OC (Southern California)

    Just purchased a 2017 Honda Accord Sport (CVT)

    MSRP: $26,050
    Invoice $24,120

    Purchase Price: $22,418 (before TTL)

    OTD $24,362

    Did I get a good deal?
  • hello, first time post
    received offer in ANAHEIM CA 92806 for HONDA ACCORD 2017 SPORT

    invoice: $21691
    taxes :1687.25
    dmv /doc : 360
    OTD: $23,739

    good deal ? what should I counter with?

    thanks
  • gamorale said:

    gamorale said:


    You give me hope! I'm looking for something similar, I was hoping to pitch $22,500. Think that's doable? Also in Norther California / Bay Area.

    $22.5 might be doable. I've seen a report (not confirmed) of someone, somewhere in the US doing $22.3 on an EX CVT. I can't find any more details though. NADA shows the current lowest sales price of $23,078 - I expected lower numbers since Accord sales (and sedans in general) are getting weaker.

    E-mail the dealerships directly through their websites with a $22.5 offer (or whatever # you pick) and see what they say. End of the month buying gives you the most leverage.

    I had better pricing success with out of the way dealers and also with some (not all) dealerships run by the Sonic Automotive Group.

    If the new graduate incentive is offered directly by Honda I personally wouldn't mention it at first.

    Keep us posted!
    My most recent offer has been $22,680 plus TTL a few minutes ago. Wow, that's great as well. With the new grad rebate (as down payment), it would be $22,180.
    I plan to purchase an EX as well. I am in Texas and I got two quotes today.

    EX white w/ sensing.
    Internet price: $23,800

    EX white
    Internet price: $23,200

    Plan to knockout 1k. Keep me posted when you get lower offer!
  • yoyoyo124 said:

    gamorale said:

    gamorale said:


    You give me hope! I'm looking for something similar, I was hoping to pitch $22,500. Think that's doable? Also in Norther California / Bay Area.

    $22.5 might be doable. I've seen a report (not confirmed) of someone, somewhere in the US doing $22.3 on an EX CVT. I can't find any more details though. NADA shows the current lowest sales price of $23,078 - I expected lower numbers since Accord sales (and sedans in general) are getting weaker.

    E-mail the dealerships directly through their websites with a $22.5 offer (or whatever # you pick) and see what they say. End of the month buying gives you the most leverage.

    I had better pricing success with out of the way dealers and also with some (not all) dealerships run by the Sonic Automotive Group.

    If the new graduate incentive is offered directly by Honda I personally wouldn't mention it at first.

    Keep us posted!
    My most recent offer has been $22,680 plus TTL a few minutes ago. Wow, that's great as well. With the new grad rebate (as down payment), it would be $22,180.
    I plan to purchase an EX as well. I am in Texas and I got two quotes today.

    EX white w/ sensing.
    Internet price: $23,800

    EX white
    Internet price: $23,200

    Plan to knockout 1k. Keep me posted when you get lower offer!
    Got a new quote of EX white without sensing.
    Sale price of $22.8k
    OTD price $24.7k
    Dealer in Houston, TX
  • gamoralegamorale Bay Area, CaPosts: 6

    Would you guys be willing to share which dealers are providing the quotes for the EX in the 22k range? Looking for this model and willing to travel to purchase in CA. Thanks!

    Will do!

    Just as a suggestion as to how I started: I got a quote from truecar.com and edmunds. It showed me a quote of $23,096 in my area. I would suggest use fremont,ca or concord, ca as an example, since the out-of-the-way dealers in the bay area were more inclined to match or beat a price versus those located in Oakland, San Jose,etc. From there various dealers will contact you to match it or (only a few) offer to beat it by a few.

    Internet price: $23,096
    Sale price: $22,500 (yay!)
    OTD: ~24,8k

    My deal didn't even have the color I wanted in stock, so they traded with another dealer at no charge to me.

    I would suggest getting online quotes from these dealers located in these cities: Santa Rosa, Concord, Livermore, Fremont, Daly Cit (Serramonte), Sacramento (Mel Rapton), Fairfield (Steve Hopkins Honda, the one I finalized with). The salesmen here were more inclined to call and negotiate prices.

    Good luck!
  • gamoralegamorale Bay Area, CaPosts: 6
    yoyoyo124 said:

    yoyoyo124 said:

    gamorale said:

    gamorale said:


    You give me hope! I'm looking for something similar, I was hoping to pitch $22,500. Think that's doable? Also in Norther California / Bay Area.

    $22.5 might be doable. I've seen a report (not confirmed) of someone, somewhere in the US doing $22.3 on an EX CVT. I can't find any more details though. NADA shows the current lowest sales price of $23,078 - I expected lower numbers since Accord sales (and sedans in general) are getting weaker.

    E-mail the dealerships directly through their websites with a $22.5 offer (or whatever # you pick) and see what they say. End of the month buying gives you the most leverage.

    I had better pricing success with out of the way dealers and also with some (not all) dealerships run by the Sonic Automotive Group.

    If the new graduate incentive is offered directly by Honda I personally wouldn't mention it at first.

    Keep us posted!
    My most recent offer has been $22,680 plus TTL a few minutes ago. Wow, that's great as well. With the new grad rebate (as down payment), it would be $22,180.
    I plan to purchase an EX as well. I am in Texas and I got two quotes today.

    EX white w/ sensing.
    Internet price: $23,800

    EX white
    Internet price: $23,200

    Plan to knockout 1k. Keep me posted when you get lower offer!
    Got a new quote of EX white without sensing.
    Sale price of $22.8k
    OTD price $24.7k
    Dealer in Houston, TX
    Whoa, if you can get $22,200 that would be amazing!
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