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  • I'm in the early stages of car purchase and will probably go with the Honda EX-L. In Los Angeles, what would be the best price to expect and any recommendations regarding dealer?
  • njxray9914njxray9914 Posts: 4
    edited February 2017
    Hi all,

    Originally I was planning on leasing, however long term it makes more sense to own a vehicle in my current situation. Do you happen to know the incentives being offered for purchasing in the State of New Jersey? I'm looking to get into any 2017 Honda Accord EX-L Coupe. This will be my first car purchase ever.
    I was going to email multiple dealers internet sales managers (10-15 or so) around the last 2 days of the month and tell them that whichever dealership will give me 2000.00 below invoice will get my business that day [as seen in this forum as an effective means of purchasing]. Being as it seems the rebates look strong, I don't see this as to insulting [please correct me if this seems to much of a lowball offer]. If the dealership accepts this offer and can email me back a Bill of Sale contract with all of that specific vehicles information and pricing then I will leave a credit card deposit to hold the vehicle until I am able to come down and finalize everything.
    Does this sound plausible to you? Thanks in advance, I appreciate this forum as it has been very educational and informative!

    Cheers,

    Ryan from NJ


    -edit- I should also note that I currently have a 680 credit score, but my father whom is graciously co-signing has a score in the upper 700s. I am curious as to what Honda is offering for 60-72 month apr for financing for this model (if 84 months is an option id consider). Only variable I'm trying to control is keeping my payments under 400 a month. I will be putting 7000.00 down. Thanks again!
  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,224
    edited February 2017
    njxray9914

    Excellent plan of attack . Asking dealers in NJ for 2k below invoice really puts you at 1700/1600 below invoice depending on doc fees. Start your calls / email blasts on FEb 27th maybe holding out till FEB 28th for lowest deal. I'll post later NJ dealers that you need to call in addition to yours . Financing chart below.

    http://www.nadaguides.com/Cars/2017/Honda/Accord-Coupe/EX-L-CVT/Incentives-and-Rebates

    2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2012 MB ML350

  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,224
    edited February 2017
    Use these dealers in addition to yours for pricing leverage

    Garden state , Auto-sport , Clinton , Madison, Dch Paramus & Kay, Madison

    Sometimes hit or miss......... Burns , Coast , Joyce, VIP, RT23

    In NY doc fees are only 75 dollars call ..........New Rochelle. Atlantic , Huntington

    post back to forum your dealer and deal

    2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2012 MB ML350

  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 127,860
    0.9% APR up to 60 months.
    1.9 % 61-72 months

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  • 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!
    Finally bought this EX white with Honda Sensing.
    OTD $26,500

    When you purchased your car, price really doesn't matter that much. You gotta love it!
  • dkg11dkg11 Posts: 9
    edited February 2017
    brian125 said:

    Use these dealers in addition to yours for pricing leverage

    Brian125:

    I am located in DC/MD/VA area can buy from any of these areas really. I plan on using your tips come month end. I did however go test drive at local dealership just to see if I wanted 4cyl or V6, and salesperson just proactively sent me pricing. I know from your tips, I can most likely get this down even further, how much less do you think I can get this down? This was for EXL V6 w/o sensing. I plan on emailing 10-15 dealerships at least locally at the month-end I am ready to buy. As I am located in MD, I would like to be OTD at $28K (6% tax rate, 299 processing fee, & ~ 279 registration fees).

    EX-L V6

    MSRP: $30995.00
    Discount: $-5004.00
    Sonic Price: $25991.00
    Freight: $875.00
    Processing Fee: $699.00
    Tax: $1653.90
    Tag: $346.5
    VA State Business Tax: $52.37

    Out The Door price is $29617.77

    Also, couple additional questions:

    1) If I were to wait until summer, do you anticipate the saving to be even more drastic being that 10th generation models come out. And would that discount be much greater than summer month's the last couple years since it's a new generation rather than model year?
    2) In September 2015, Honda offered $1K finance cash, is this something they typically offer every calendar year?
    3) Last year, Honda also offered loyalty $1K for Honda Odyessey owners if they purchased an accord, was that a one time thing as well? Or this type of specials pop up at some point every year?
    4) Is the current .9 financing rate something that is always offered on Accords for 60 months? I only recall 1.9% for 60 months, but could be wrong.

    Overall, I know I want to buy a EXL V6 at some point this year, just trying to figure out the right time to do it.

    Thanks

  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,224
    edited February 2017
    dkg11

    If time is on your side.... your playing with house money then . Email / call 30 dealers in and around your area . Pit one dealer against the next and stick to a XXX price gets my business .

    Feb 28th ..........Getting another $500 off your above deal should be your target price to buy. Your room for negotiations is taken back most of this dealers ridiculous $699 doc fee.

    End of 1st sales quarter is March 31st. If you wait till then...... above 500 savings should be very doable if not more . supply and demand in the area's your looking to buy will be a price factor.

    Question 1- NO....... 2 - it depends on sales numbers ...3- don't know .........4- certain times of the year yields different % rates .

    Being time is on your side shoot for a 500 lower price this month (feb ) . Next month $500 plus and stick to that price until you buy vehicle . mar, apr, may, june, etc

    Personally if I'm only saving 500 dollars more waiting till June , July. I buy in Feb. and start enjoying vehicle now . your deal now as it stands is better than most states are selling

    2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2012 MB ML350

  • Is $23,400 OTD good for the 2017 Honda Accord Sport SE. Im in Fairfax, VA 22030.
    Also got a quote for $26,000 OTD for the Honda Accord EX-l.
  • dkg11dkg11 Posts: 9
    tony7425 said:

    Is $23,400 OTD good for the 2017 Honda Accord Sport SE. Im in Fairfax, VA 22030.
    Also got a quote for $26,000 OTD for the Honda Accord EX-l.

    If you don't mind, could you please provide breakdown of your pricing? and I assuming this was Tyson's?

    Thanks
  • dkg11dkg11 Posts: 9
    brian125 said:

    dkg11

    If time is on your side.... your playing with house money then . Email / call 30 dealers in and around your area . Pit one dealer against the next and stick to a XXX price gets my business .

    Feb 28th ..........Getting another $500 off your above deal should be your target price to buy. Your room for negotiations is taken back most of this dealers ridiculous $699 doc fee.

    End of 1st sales quarter is March 31st. If you wait till then...... above 500 savings should be very doable if not more . supply and demand in the area's your looking to buy will be a price factor.

    Question 1- NO....... 2 - it depends on sales numbers ...3- don't know .........4- certain times of the year yields different % rates .

    Being time is on your side shoot for a 500 lower price this month (feb ) . Next month $500 plus and stick to that price until you buy vehicle . mar, apr, may, june, etc

    Personally if I'm only saving 500 dollars more waiting till June , July. I buy in Feb. and start enjoying vehicle now . your deal now as it stands is better than most states are selling

    Hi Brian - Thank you for all the feedback, will be very helpful once I come to my decision.

    Thanks
  • Looking to buy an Accord Coupe V6 EX-L for under $30,00 OTD in the Maryland, DC, Virginia area. Doable? Recommendations for dealers who might be able to do it.
  • Hey Brian125 Where'd you get the quote for in DC/MD/VA?
  • Hi All,

    I am planning to buy a 2017 Accord LX at Texas. At present, I have got a OTD price for 21050 without financing and some accessories such as (wheel locks, splash guards, & trunk tray). Was is a good price or whether I can negotiate it to 20600?

    Thanks!
  • dkg11dkg11 Posts: 9
    patrubin said:
    Hey Brian125 Where'd you get the quote for in DC/MD/VA?
    Hey that's was actually a quote I received.  I got the quote from Tyson Corner Honda.   Even with high doc fee, still under 30k.   I didn't even attempt to negotiate at this point either.  
  • Hi All, I want to purchase a 2017 Accord EX-L in Central Florida, I have one price quote for $27.3 K (not including tax, fees, etc.). What is the Invoice for this car, and what price should I target for? Appreciate any dealership name(s), to contact (will travel further for better price). Same questions for the v6 . Thank you for your help. Alex
  • ursnirmaltursnirmalt Posts: 19
    edited February 2017
    alex2911 said:

    Hi All, I want to purchase a 2017 Accord EX-L in Central Florida, I have one price quote for $27.3 K (not including tax, fees, etc.). What is the Invoice for this car, and what price should I target for? Appreciate any dealership name(s), to contact (will travel further for better price). Same questions for the v6 . Thank you for your help. Alex

    I saw a post in this forum EX-L out the door price as $26,000 in DC area. $27.3K is would end up in $30K.
  • Thank you ursnirmalt. I will search for that post (and the dealership name) with $26K OTD, Even with shipment cost from DC to FL that is an attractive price.
  • +++Honda Accord Sport++++
    What are folks paying for the Sport in Central Florida. Ive heard rumors of $21,500 for the vehicle itself and no trade, is this possible?

    I know I cant get out of the fees below. I have no trade. Central Florida
    Destination and Handling $550.00
    Taxes
    Tag Title
  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,224
    florida32901

    The $875 destination charge is not negotiable with any new car purchase. $550 is probably the dealers doc fee charge. All Honda dealers will not remove Doc charge . You can counter high doc fees by lowering your asking price. If dealer quotes you 21k counter with 20,500

    2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2012 MB ML350

  • I received a verbal quote from a Dealer in Orlando yesterday.
    Accord Sport White $22000 + $875 Destination= $22,875 @0.9% 60 months.
    Think I can keep pushing? Ill be purchasing this weekend!!!
  • alex2911 said:

    Thank you ursnirmalt. I will search for that post (and the dealership name) with $26K OTD, Even with shipment cost from DC to FL that is an attractive price.

    Rosenthal Fairfax Honda is the dealer in VA
  • brassknucklesbrassknuckles Posts: 3
    edited February 2017
    Offer on table
    2017 Accord ex

    $22330......price
    $1389..... tax
    $399.....doc fee
    $135.....other state fees

    Total $24,153
    0.9%

    South shore Massachusetts

    How does this compare to others?
  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,224

    I received a verbal quote from a Dealer in Orlando yesterday.
    Accord Sport White $22000 + $875 Destination= $22,875 @0.9% 60 months.
    Think I can keep pushing? Ill be purchasing this weekend!!!

    Your quote is $1033 below invoice. Minus this dealers doc fee charge ? That's your real below invoice price. There is room to go lower ? get more dealerships involved with pricing.

    2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2012 MB ML350

  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,224

    Offer on table
    2017 Accord ex

    $22330......price
    $1389..... tax
    $399.....doc fee
    $135.....other state fees

    Total $24,153
    0.9%

    How does compare to others?

    Post what state your buying in ?

    2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2012 MB ML350

  • jstrahnjstrahn Posts: 3
    edited February 2017
    Looking for a little advice on the deal I've been working on with a local dealer.

    Car: 2017 Accord Sport SE
    Current Price: 22,750+349 Doc Fee+11 title+96 Registration+739.38+$10 Finance Fee=23955.38

    To be honest, this price was perfect for me but then I found out the car in question has 227 miles on it. As a result, I'm looking for them to reduce to 22,500 purchase price as compensation. We've been at a stalemate for a couple days now. We were also stalled at 23000 for a couple days.

    So, should I hold out for 22,500 or go ahead and pull the trigger? What would you do?

    Am I too caught up on the mileage and expecting compensation for it? Most of what I've read online says that even a car with several test drives that's been on a lot for awhile will have under 50 miles.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,217
    jstrahn said:

    Looking for a little advice on the deal I've been working on with a local dealer.

    Car: 2017 Accord Sport SE
    Current Price: 22,750+349 Doc Fee+11 title+96 Registration+739.38+$10 Finance Fee=23955.38

    To be honest, this price was perfect for me but then I found out the car in question has 227 miles on it. As a result, I'm looking for them to reduce to 22,500 purchase price as compensation. We've been at a stalemate for a couple days now. We were also stalled at 23000 for a couple days.

    So, should I hold out for 22,500 or go ahead and pull the trigger? What would you do?

    Am I too caught up on the mileage and expecting compensation for it? Most of what I've read online says that even a car with several test drives that's been on a lot for awhile will have under 50 miles.

    If you figure the miles at .50 per, you are looking at about another $100 discount. Are you willing to walk away from the deal, and start over with a different dealer, over $100?

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  • Some pretty good pricing from Colonial Honda in Dartmouth Massachusetts;

    CIVICS:
    2017 LX 2.0 Sedan Automatic: MSRP: $20,415 INVOICE: $19,040 PRICE TO YOU: $16,749
    2017 EX 2.0 Sedan Automatic: MSRP: $22,015 INVOICE: $20,521 PRICE TO YOU: $18,198
    2017 EX-L 1.5T Sedan Automatic: MSRP: $24,675 INVOICE: $22,984 PRICE TO YOU: $20,608

    ACCORDS:
    2017 LX Sedan Automatic MSRP: $24,130 INVOICE: $22,160 PRICE TO YOU:$18,745
    2017 SPORT Sedan Automatic MSRP: $26,190 INVOICE: $24,039 PRICE TO YOU:$20,583
    2017 EX-L Sedan Automatic MSRP: $29,795 INVOICE: $27,327 PRICE TO YOU:$23,799

    HRV'S
    2017 LX AWD MSRP: $22,205 INVOICE: $21,912 PRICE TO YOU: $20481
    2017 EX-L W/ NAV MSRP: $26,443 INVOICE: $26,443 PRICE TO YOU: $25,418

    CRV'S
    2017 LX 2.4 AWD MSRP: $26,285 INVOICE: $24,740 PRICE TO YOU:$23,733
    2017 EX-L 1.5T AWD MSRP: $31,435 INVOICE: $29,561 PRICE TO YOU: $28,451

    PILOTS:
    2017 LX AWD MSRP: $33,335 INVOICE: $30,562 PRICE TO YOU: $30164
    2017 EX-L AWD MSRP: 440,195 INVOICE: $36,819 PRICE TO YOU: $36,284
  • South shore Massachusetts
    dmcc224 said:

    Some pretty good pricing from Colonial Honda in Dartmouth Massachusetts;

    CIVICS:
    2017 LX 2.0 Sedan Automatic: MSRP: $20,415 INVOICE: $19,040 PRICE TO YOU: $16,749
    2017 EX 2.0 Sedan Automatic: MSRP: $22,015 INVOICE: $20,521 PRICE TO YOU: $18,198
    2017 EX-L 1.5T Sedan Automatic: MSRP: $24,675 INVOICE: $22,984 PRICE TO YOU: $20,608

    ACCORDS:
    2017 LX Sedan Automatic MSRP: $24,130 INVOICE: $22,160 PRICE TO YOU:$18,745
    2017 SPORT Sedan Automatic MSRP: $26,190 INVOICE: $24,039 PRICE TO YOU:$20,583
    2017 EX-L Sedan Automatic MSRP: $29,795 INVOICE: $27,327 PRICE TO YOU:$23,799

    HRV'S
    2017 LX AWD MSRP: $22,205 INVOICE: $21,912 PRICE TO YOU: $20481
    2017 EX-L W/ NAV MSRP: $26,443 INVOICE: $26,443 PRICE TO YOU: $25,418

    CRV'S
    2017 LX 2.4 AWD MSRP: $26,285 INVOICE: $24,740 PRICE TO YOU:$23,733
    2017 EX-L 1.5T AWD MSRP: $31,435 INVOICE: $29,561 PRICE TO YOU: $28,451

    PILOTS:
    2017 LX AWD MSRP: $33,335 INVOICE: $30,562 PRICE TO YOU: $30164
    2017 EX-L AWD MSRP: 440,195 INVOICE: $36,819 PRICE TO YOU: $36,284

    What is the price on Accord ex?
  • South shore Massachusetts

    dmcc224 said:

    Some pretty good pricing from Colonial Honda in Dartmouth Massachusetts;

    CIVICS:
    2017 LX 2.0 Sedan Automatic: MSRP: $20,415 INVOICE: $19,040 PRICE TO YOU: $16,749
    2017 EX 2.0 Sedan Automatic: MSRP: $22,015 INVOICE: $20,521 PRICE TO YOU: $18,198
    2017 EX-L 1.5T Sedan Automatic: MSRP: $24,675 INVOICE: $22,984 PRICE TO YOU: $20,608

    ACCORDS:
    2017 LX Sedan Automatic MSRP: $24,130 INVOICE: $22,160 PRICE TO YOU:$18,745
    2017 SPORT Sedan Automatic MSRP: $26,190 INVOICE: $24,039 PRICE TO YOU:$20,583
    2017 EX-L Sedan Automatic MSRP: $29,795 INVOICE: $27,327 PRICE TO YOU:$23,799

    HRV'S
    2017 LX AWD MSRP: $22,205 INVOICE: $21,912 PRICE TO YOU: $20481
    2017 EX-L W/ NAV MSRP: $26,443 INVOICE: $26,443 PRICE TO YOU: $25,418

    CRV'S
    2017 LX 2.4 AWD MSRP: $26,285 INVOICE: $24,740 PRICE TO YOU:$23,733
    2017 EX-L 1.5T AWD MSRP: $31,435 INVOICE: $29,561 PRICE TO YOU: $28,451

    PILOTS:
    2017 LX AWD MSRP: $33,335 INVOICE: $30,562 PRICE TO YOU: $30164
    2017 EX-L AWD MSRP: 440,195 INVOICE: $36,819 PRICE TO YOU: $36,284

    What is the price on Accord ex?
    Is it Colonial Honda?
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