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2018 Honda Accord Lease Deals and Prices

MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,508
edited October 2017 in Honda
Ask your 2018 Accord lease questions, here! Get info about prices, money factor, deals, incentives, and payments.

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  • Zoo Ropa82Zoo Ropa82 Posts: 63
    edited October 2017
    Anxious to hear the initial Lease deals, residuals, MF, etc.

    Looking at an EX, waiting to hear from my local dealer in Scranton, Pa.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,508
    jmart2382 said:

    Anxious to hear the initial Lease deals, residuals, MF, etc.

    Looking at an EX, waiting to hear from my local dealer in Scranton, Pa.

    There are no official lease numbers, yet - likely in November.

    But, I'm on record as stating that the MF will likely be .00200 - same as the Pilot, Odyssey and CR-V.

    There are a lot of 2017 Accords that need to be cleared out, so Honda Finance will rightfully focus on making those deals very attractive.

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  • Still a great car the '17, now even more affordable.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,508
    jmart2382 said:

    Still a great car the '17, now even more affordable.

    I haven't owned an Accord in over 20 years - I really enjoyed the '92 LX and '93 DX that I had.

    I think the 2018's will be much better - I'm a huge believer in small turbo engines.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,820
    Michaell said:

    jmart2382 said:

    Anxious to hear the initial Lease deals, residuals, MF, etc.

    Looking at an EX, waiting to hear from my local dealer in Scranton, Pa.

    There are no official lease numbers, yet - likely in November.

    But, I'm on record as stating that the MF will likely be .00200 - same as the Pilot, Odyssey and CR-V.

    There are a lot of 2017 Accords that need to be cleared out, so Honda Finance will rightfully focus on making those deals very attractive.
    Let's play "The Price is Right".

    Closest wins... I'll take .00106 MF in November.

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  • john4545john4545 Posts: 136
    edited October 2017
    Do we have Invoice pricing on 18 Accords yet.? @brian125 said he had some pricing put nothing yet on the sport models
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,508
    john4545 said:

    Do we have Invoice pricing on 18 Accords yet.? @brian125 said he had some pricing put nothing yet on the sport models

    Use the make / model / year pull downs at the top of the page to link to the price tools.

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  • Michaell said:

    john4545 said:

    Do we have Invoice pricing on 18 Accords yet.? @brian125 said he had some pricing put nothing yet on the sport models

    Use the make / model / year pull downs at the top of the page to link to the price tools.
    the 2018 isn't available as a selection yet
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,508

    Michaell said:

    john4545 said:

    Do we have Invoice pricing on 18 Accords yet.? @brian125 said he had some pricing put nothing yet on the sport models

    Use the make / model / year pull downs at the top of the page to link to the price tools.
    the 2018 isn't available as a selection yet
    I'll check with the folks who maintain that information, see if we can get it added.

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  • Jerseydevil01Jerseydevil01 South JerseyPosts: 150
    I am looking in the future at getting a 2018 accord touring or at least exl with nav 1.5 but see no info yet. I'm in no hurry so when do the prices start to drop some, December deals or maybe presidents day deals. I have a 2012 exl and is probably time to upgrade
  • Hi, I have been waiting for the 2018 accord. Seems like it's finally here.
    One question: when does Honda typically start offering 0.9% APR for new models?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,508
    jg123456 said:

    Hi, I have been waiting for the 2018 accord. Seems like it's finally here.
    One question: when does Honda typically start offering 0.9% APR for new models?

    No idea - if I were to guess, it's when demand starts to slow down. Might be months before that happens.

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  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,225
    Anybody looking to test drive a 2018 accord. below is the biggest stock in the NY / NJ area

    NJ dealers with about 30 new 2018 Accords on lots .... Hamilton, Dch Academy (old bridge NJ ), Dch Paramus , Metro, VIP Honda has 12 Accords

    NY .................New Rochelle

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  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,225
    edited October 2017
    Michaell said:

    Ask your 2018 Accord lease questions, here! Get info about prices, money factor, deals, incentives, and payments.

    Get information about the 2018 Accord

    @Michael.......... Can u start up a 18 Accord price deals forum ... Tks

    Also problems in the 2017 Accord deals pricing forum ....... prior thread pages are no longer there??

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,820
    brian125 said:

    Michaell said:

    Ask your 2018 Accord lease questions, here! Get info about prices, money factor, deals, incentives, and payments.

    Get information about the 2018 Accord

    @Michael.......... Can u start up a 18 Accord price deals forum ... Tks

    Also problems in the 2017 Accord deals pricing forum ....... prior thread pages are no longer there??
    Yeah.. we lost the discussion. When we recovered it, we were missing a lot. Some sort of technical glitch.

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,508
    brian125 said:

    Michaell said:

    Ask your 2018 Accord lease questions, here! Get info about prices, money factor, deals, incentives, and payments.

    Get information about the 2018 Accord

    @Michael.......... Can u start up a 18 Accord price deals forum ... Tks

    Also problems in the 2017 Accord deals pricing forum ....... prior thread pages are no longer there??
    Here is the link to the brand new 2018 Accord Prices Paid thread:

    https://forums.edmunds.com/discussion/48657/honda/accord/2018-honda-accord-deals-and-prices/p1?new=1

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  • Talked with my local dealer. If people want them, they are paying MSRP now, no leasing yet. I saw one EX/EX-L so far.
  • redvinealredvineal Baton Rouge, LAPosts: 12
    jmart2382 said:

    Talked with my local dealer. If people want them, they are paying MSRP now, no leasing yet. I saw one EX/EX-L so far.

    Confirmed. Visited my local dealer (Prairieville, Louisiana) last night. They wouldn't budge on MSRP, but were happy to offer a lease. They had LX, Sport, EX, and EX-L in various colors.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,508
    redvineal said:

    jmart2382 said:

    Talked with my local dealer. If people want them, they are paying MSRP now, no leasing yet. I saw one EX/EX-L so far.

    Confirmed. Visited my local dealer (Prairieville, Louisiana) last night. They wouldn't budge on MSRP, but were happy to offer a lease. They had LX, Sport, EX, and EX-L in various colors.
    Interesting. I test drove an Accord Sport on Saturday and was offered $1K off sticker without any negotiation.

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  • redvinealredvineal Baton Rouge, LAPosts: 12
    Michaell said:

    redvineal said:

    jmart2382 said:

    Talked with my local dealer. If people want them, they are paying MSRP now, no leasing yet. I saw one EX/EX-L so far.

    Confirmed. Visited my local dealer (Prairieville, Louisiana) last night. They wouldn't budge on MSRP, but were happy to offer a lease. They had LX, Sport, EX, and EX-L in various colors.
    Interesting. I test drove an Accord Sport on Saturday and was offered $1K off sticker without any negotiation.
    They were happy to increase my trade value, but were adverse to changing the new car price. All the same in the end, and may be just their preferred tactic.
  • Hello - just checking to see if the Resid and MF are out for November for the 2018 EX-L and Touring.
  • checking MF and Residual for Accord Sport 1.5T (auto) for 3 year 36K in IL, thx
  • In addition to the above for the EX-L and Touring MF and Resid it's 3/36K in Texas. Thank you.
  • RV and MF for 2018 Honda Accord Sport 6MT for 12K/36 & 15K/36 

    Thanks in advanced (New Jersey if it matters)
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,820

    RV and MF for 2018 Honda Accord Sport 6MT for 12K/36 & 15K/36 

    Thanks in advanced (New Jersey if it matters)

    .00200 MF and 60%/58% residual

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,820

    Hello - just checking to see if the Resid and MF are out for November for the 2018 EX-L and Touring.

    .00200 MF and 56%/54% residual for EXL/Touring for 36/15

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,820

    In addition to the above for the EX-L and Touring MF and Resid it's 3/36K in Texas. Thank you.

    Add 2% for 12K/yr

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,820
    Chrismax said:

    checking MF and Residual for Accord Sport 1.5T (auto) for 3 year 36K in IL, thx

    .00200 MF and 60% residual

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  • Any numbers on the 2.0?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,508

    Any numbers on the 2.0?

    What trim?

    What lease term and how many miles per year?

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  • 2.0 ex, ex-l and touring 36/12
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,508

    2.0 ex, ex-l and touring 36/12

    .00200 and 58% (EX-L) or 56% (Touring)

    No 2.0 EX trim exists in my documents.

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  • blpatton79blpatton79 Posts: 3
    edited November 2017
    1.5 Sport , TX, 36/12 - please
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,820

    1.5 Sport , TX, 36/12 - please

    .00200 MF and 60% residual

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  • I got a quote of $28864 for 2018 EX-L Non-Navi from a dealer in So. Cal. I was hoping for a price about a $1000 cheaper than this quote. Does anybody have seen a better offer than this?
  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,225
    MJ........ please clarify........ is your quote with Taxes , Destination charge ?

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  • brian125 said:

    MJ........ please clarify........ is your quote with Taxes , Destination charge ?

    It is not out the door. It includes destination charges but excludes taxes, doc. fee etc.
  • MSRP is quoted as $30,845. for 2018 EX0L without Navi.
  • Quick question as I’m new to leasing. The rates quoted here are from the manufacturer? If I’m getting a different MF/Residual quoted from a dealer what is the proper course of action ?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,820

    Quick question as I’m new to leasing. The rates quoted here are from the manufacturer? If I’m getting a different MF/Residual quoted from a dealer what is the proper course of action ?

    A dealer can't alter the residual from Honda.
    But, on a standard money factor, they can mark it up.

    That's pretty rare for a Honda dealer, though.
    What model, term, mileage?
    What are they quoting?

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  • blpatton79blpatton79 Posts: 3
    edited November 2017
    18 Sport 1.5 : 36mo/12km -

    Money factor is .003 and residual of 58%. I was told the .003 was their ‘standard rate’ but it will likely go down on a credit pull. Based on what I know and what you’ve said that seems like a questionable practice. What makes jut even more suprising is that this is a very reputable dealer in Austin that came with multiple individual recommendations.

    I can say that while working the numbers with them for a traditional loan it took their finance guys four times to get it right, even with me explaining it to them. They were accounting for the trade incorrectly. Saying all of this out loud makes me really wonder ifi should be doing business there.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,820

    18 Sport 1.5 : 36mo/12km -

    Money factor is .003 and residual of 58%. I was told the .003 was their ‘standard rate’ but it will likely go down on a credit pull. Based on what I know and what you’ve said that seems like a questionable practice. What makes jut even more suprising is that this is a very reputable dealer in Austin that came with multiple individual recommendations.

    I can say that while working the numbers with them for a traditional loan it took their finance guys four times to get it right, even with me explaining it to them. They were accounting for the trade incorrectly. Saying all of this out loud makes me really wonder ifi should be doing business there.

    58% is the 36/15 residual. Add 2% for 12K/yr.

    Most Hondas have a subvented (discounted) money factor. Honda Finance doesn't allow dealers to mark up that rate. But, they can mark up the standard MF, like the one being used this month on the 2018 Accord. Reputable doensn't mean much when it comes to price. All dealers want to make the most they can. It's our job to only pay what we have to.

    If I wanted to lease a 2018 Accord, I'd hold off for a few months. Sedans just aren't that popular, and I would expect to see lower money factors in the future. At this point, the lease deals are just not competitive.

    Some F&I guys really know their stuff. The problem is, they all think you don't know what you are talking about. I had to walk a Toyota guy through a US Bank lease, this summer. He said he is lucky if they use US Bank once per year. But, it saved me $150/mo. over TFS, so I was patient.

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  • Could I please get terms for two accord trims
    1. Accord LX
    2. Accord Touring Hybrid

    Both at 36 months, 10k miles per year in TN
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,508

    Could I please get terms for two accord trims
    1. Accord LX
    2. Accord Touring Hybrid

    Both at 36 months, 10k miles per year in TN

    Are these 2017's or 2018's?

    This is the 2018 thread; if these are 2017's you are interested in (and, I think they are, as there isn't a 2018 Hybrid released yet), that thread is here:

    https://forums.edmunds.com/discussion/41875/honda/accord/2017-honda-accord-lease-deals-and-prices#latest

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  • Michaell said:



    Are these 2017's or 2018's?

    This is the 2018 thread; if these are 2017's you are interested in (and, I think they are, as there isn't a 2018 Hybrid released yet), that thread is here:

    https://forums.edmunds.com/discussion/41875/honda/accord/2017-honda-accord-lease-deals-and-prices#latest

    sorry about that, didn't realize the 2018 accord hybrids were not out yet. i'll repost the hybrid ask in the other forum.

    could i just get a lease quote for the 2018 Accord LX here please? Looking for 36 months, 10k miles in TN.

    thanks very much
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,820

    Michaell said:



    Are these 2017's or 2018's?

    This is the 2018 thread; if these are 2017's you are interested in (and, I think they are, as there isn't a 2018 Hybrid released yet), that thread is here:

    https://forums.edmunds.com/discussion/41875/honda/accord/2017-honda-accord-lease-deals-and-prices#latest

    sorry about that, didn't realize the 2018 accord hybrids were not out yet. i'll repost the hybrid ask in the other forum.

    could i just get a lease quote for the 2018 Accord LX here please? Looking for 36 months, 10k miles in TN.

    thanks very much
    .00200 MF and 60% residual for 36/12
    No 10K/yr from Honda

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  • razorsealrazorseal Posts: 8
    edited November 2017
    Florida for sport 1.5t 36/12 (or whatever is the best duration).

    Thinking about %60 and not sure on MF.

    Got one that I was told 24.5K (2k off msrp)

    Assuming no incentives for such a new car...
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,508
    razorseal said:

    Florida for sport 1.5t 36/12 (or whatever is the best duration).

    Thinking about %60 and not sure on MF.

    Got one that I was told 24.5K (2k off msrp)

    Assuming no incentives for such a new car...

    60% and .00200

    No incentives.

    $2K off sticker seems to be a decent discount (I was offered $1K off MSRP on a 1.5T Sport a few weeks ago, and I wasn't even in the market).

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  • Here is a quote I got the other day.

    South Florida
    2018 Sport
    Original Selling Price: $26,655.00
    Discount: -$500.00

    Your Selling Price: $26,155.00
    Dmv Electronic Title Fee: $165.00 (*estimated and adjusted at time of purchase)
    Dealer Fee: $899.00
    FL Tax 6%: $1,633.14
    Dmv Fee New Plates: $425.00 (*estimated and adjusted at time of purchase)

    Out the Door: $29,380.04

    When pressed they increased the discount to $1000 but wouldn't go any further. I'm assuming they have too many 2017's on the lot.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,508

    Here is a quote I got the other day.

    South Florida
    2018 Sport
    Original Selling Price: $26,655.00
    Discount: -$500.00

    Your Selling Price: $26,155.00
    Dmv Electronic Title Fee: $165.00 (*estimated and adjusted at time of purchase)
    Dealer Fee: $899.00
    FL Tax 6%: $1,633.14
    Dmv Fee New Plates: $425.00 (*estimated and adjusted at time of purchase)

    Out the Door: $29,380.04

    When pressed they increased the discount to $1000 but wouldn't go any further. I'm assuming they have too many 2017's on the lot.

    A couple of comments:

    I was offered $1K off sticker in CO a few weeks ago for a 2018 Sport, and I wasn't actively shopping. Reach out to multiple dealers to get your best price.

    The tax amount is irrelevant - that is for a purchase. FL taxes the monthly payment on a lease.

    Are you looking to lease? I see no reference to the $595 acquisition fee, if that's the case, and I'll need to know the lease term and miles per year you are looking for.

    Ask the dealer for the adjusted cap cost - this will be the right number for us to use for a lease payment calculation.

    $899 dealer fee? Ouch. That wipes out the measly $500 discount they offered.

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