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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,813
    Songnails said:



    Here is what they want me to do. Is there anything wrong?
    Residual 15,974
    Accord sport 1.5t 2019

    Not so much wrong, as missing - those numbers are for a purchase. There is no reference to the $595 acquisition fee from Honda Finance.

    As noted by my co-host, that is a good deal, in Texas.

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,813
    danwhu04 said:

    @kyfdx @Michaell This dealer is asking where I found the $300 incentive. What's the best way to respond? For my Lexus lease, I was able to find that incentive/offer online but can't find it for Honda.

    Our information shows it to be a "Captive Lease Offer". I don't have anything beyond that.

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,813

    Hello - can I have the MF, Residual and any incentives for a sport 2.0 36/15 or 12 k zip 91352

    36/15
    .00136 and 56%
    $300 lease incentive

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  • Michaell said:

    Songnails said:



    Here is what they want me to do. Is there anything wrong?
    Residual 15,974
    Accord sport 1.5t 2019

    Not so much wrong, as missing - those numbers are for a purchase. There is no reference to the $595 acquisition fee from Honda Finance.

    As noted by my co-host, that is a good deal, in Texas.

    I asked them and they said 15,974 residual includes all fees.
    Excuse me, if I ask too much. Cause it is my first time lease.
    Are there any important things I need to focus?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,813
    Songnails said:

    Michaell said:

    Songnails said:



    Here is what they want me to do. Is there anything wrong?
    Residual 15,974
    Accord sport 1.5t 2019

    Not so much wrong, as missing - those numbers are for a purchase. There is no reference to the $595 acquisition fee from Honda Finance.

    As noted by my co-host, that is a good deal, in Texas.

    I asked them and they said 15,974 residual includes all fees.
    Excuse me, if I ask too much. Cause it is my first time lease.
    Are there any important things I need to focus?
    When you are making a financial decision of this size, it's important to understand every aspect of the deal before you sign.

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  • Could you provide the mf, rv, and incentives for the 36/12k on the LX AWD in 01501?

    Thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,813
    edited February 17

    Could you provide the mf, rv, and incentives for the 36/12k on the LX AWD in 01501?

    Thanks!

    There is no AWD option for the Accord.

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  • Sorry, I posted int he wrong forum by accident. I will repost in the Honda Pilot forum.
  • Could you provide the mf, rv, and incentives for the 36/12k on the Honda Accord sport 1.5T in 08096 thank you 
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 134,147
    Massa5405 said:

    Could you provide the mf, rv, and incentives for the 36/12k on the Honda Accord sport 1.5T in 08096 thank you 

    .00136 MF and 59% residual
    $300 incentive

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  • l14zl14z North CarolinaPosts: 16
    Hi! Interested in the MF, RV, and any incentives for the Sport 1.5 cvt and 2.0 auto in 28203. 36/15. Thank you so much!
  • Please provide MF, RV, and incentives for a EX/EX-L on a 36/10 36/12 in zip 74105. Thanks in advance!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,813
    l14z said:

    Hi! Interested in the MF, RV, and any incentives for the Sport 1.5 cvt and 2.0 auto in 28203. 36/15. Thank you so much!

    .00136 and 57% (1.5T) or 56% (2.0T)
    $300 incentive

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,813
    Po_Farmer said:

    Please provide MF, RV, and incentives for a EX/EX-L on a 36/10 36/12 in zip 74105. Thanks in advance!

    36/12
    .00136 and 58% (EX) or 56% (EX-L)
    $300 incentive

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  • Alex0861Alex0861 Miami Posts: 19
    Hi Michaell, can I get the MF and RV for a 2019 Honda Accord Sport 2.0T 36/15k for Miami, FL 33012. I would also like to know if there are any incentives/lease cash.  

    Thanks 
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 134,147
    Alex0861 said:

    Hi Michaell, can I get the MF and RV for a 2019 Honda Accord Sport 2.0T 36/15k for Miami, FL 33012. I would also like to know if there are any incentives/lease cash.  

    Thanks 

    .00136 MF and 56% residual
    $300 incentive

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  • 99gx99gx Posts: 98
    Massa5405 said:
    It’s a 12k miles per and lx model told him I wanted the S trim at about 300 or is that to much to pay also
    I pay less than that for my 1.5 touring !! 
    I can't believe what quotes some people are getting for the base LX. Most j would pay on an LX is no more than $210-$220 and that's including anything out of pocket or down!!!
  • 99gx99gx Posts: 98
    What do you guys think of this deal? (Miramar, FL 33027) 2019 EX 1.5T - $405 monthly, $25,097.61 Sale Price, $27,467.77 Adj. Cap Price: Breakout is for the $2370.16 difference from Selling price and Cap Cost $595 Acquisition Fee $799 Dealer Fee $149 Wheel Locks $827.16 Insurance and Fees - $405 - 1st Payment - $4.66 - Tax on Tire and Battery Rental - 66.50 x .07 = 4.66 - 60 + 6.50 = 66.50 - $60 Rental Surcharge - $6.50 Tire and Battery - $1/tire - $2.50 for battery - $2 Lemon Law - $149 Electronic Filing Fee - $200 Estimated Registration Cost

    Way too high for an EX 1.5!
    Car should be had for under $275!
  • Can I have the numbers for 2.0T sport 36m/10k in 85308? Thanks
    Any incentives?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 134,147

    Can I have the numbers for 2.0T sport 36m/10k in 85308? Thanks
    Any incentives?

    36/12
    .00136 MF and 58% residual
    $300 incentive

    10K is not offered

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  • LeaseInquiriesLeaseInquiries Posts: 2
    edited February 21
    Hi there,

    Could I have the lease numbers for a 1.5T EX-L and a 2.0T EX-L for 91406?

    Dealer is quoting me $433/mo and $2k down for a 1.5T EX-L at $31,000MSRP and I'm aware that's a rip-off. I wouldn't buy the car without going down to $28k MSRP.

    I cannot fathom going into a lease with the assumption this car will lose more than $9-10k of its value based on trends I'm seeing online. I'd like to be as close to $250/mo as possible. Am I crazy?

    Thank you,
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 134,147

    Hi there,

    Could I have the lease numbers for a 1.5T EX-L and a 2.0T EX-L for 91406?

    Dealer is quoting me $433/mo and $2k down for a 1.5T EX-L at $31,000MSRP and I'm aware that's a rip-off. I wouldn't buy the car without going down to $28k MSRP.

    I cannot fathom going into a lease with the assumption this car will lose more than $9-10k of its value based on trends I'm seeing online. I'd like to be as close to $250/mo as possible. Am I crazy?

    Thank you,

    36/15
    .00136 MF
    54% residual
    $300 incentive
    Either trim

    $250/mo. for a $31K MSRP? That doesn't seem likely.

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  • JustbJustb LouisianaPosts: 13
    Need a general idea on what the money factor is around for an Accord with credit score of 650 as a bottom number to go off. Thanks. 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,813
    Justb said:

    Need a general idea on what the money factor is around for an Accord with credit score of 650 as a bottom number to go off. Thanks. 

    .00163

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  • 99gx99gx Posts: 98
    Hi there, Could I have the lease numbers for a 1.5T EX-L and a 2.0T EX-L for 91406? Dealer is quoting me $433/mo and $2k down for a 1.5T EX-L at $31,000MSRP and I'm aware that's a rip-off. I wouldn't buy the car without going down to $28k MSRP. I cannot fathom going into a lease with the assumption this car will lose more than $9-10k of its value based on trends I'm seeing online. I'd like to be as close to $250/mo as possible. Am I crazy? Thank you,


    That's nearly $500 a month for a "Honda"!!!!!

    That's a bad bad bad lease. I'm sure you are aware of that already.   .

    I have a touring 1.5 and paying under $300 for 36/10k...not many people believe the deal I got so when I see quotes for $500 I think the dealers are just trying to play stupid games. Your $250 price point is what I would pay for that car and no more than that, however that would be a hard deal to find, unless you get extremely lucky.....I happen to get lucky and paying under $300 for a $36,000 car!!!!  
  • 99gx said:

    99gx said:

    That's nearly $500 a month for a "Honda"!!!!!

    That's a bad bad bad lease. I'm sure you are aware of that already.   .

    I have a touring 1.5 and paying under $300 for 36/10k...not many people believe the deal I got so when I see quotes for $500 I think the dealers are just trying to play stupid games. Your $250 price point is what I would pay for that car and no more than that, however that would be a hard deal to find, unless you get extremely lucky.....I happen to get lucky and paying under $300 for a $36,000 car!!!!  
    Right? Here is where my math has gotten me:
    • 2.0T EX-L - $33,040 MSRP
    • Negotiate MSRP to $29k (ideal but may be 29.5k)
    • $3k down = $26k negotiated lease price (not ideal to put so much down but the dealer needs to "win" too)
    • At 54% residual, car is estimated to be 17.6k at the end of the least term
    • That means $8.4k in lease payments = $236/mo
    • $1.1k in interest with the money factor previously provided = ~$30.5/mo
    Lease payments should be about $267/mo

    I understand that this doesn't leave much room for the dealer to profit, assuming they have no incentives or nothing from the manufacturer whatsoever, but hey. I am not going to the dealer to be taken advantage of. If I've done something wrong in my calculations, please advise!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 134,147

    99gx said:

    99gx said:

    That's nearly $500 a month for a "Honda"!!!!!

    That's a bad bad bad lease. I'm sure you are aware of that already.   .

    I have a touring 1.5 and paying under $300 for 36/10k...not many people believe the deal I got so when I see quotes for $500 I think the dealers are just trying to play stupid games. Your $250 price point is what I would pay for that car and no more than that, however that would be a hard deal to find, unless you get extremely lucky.....I happen to get lucky and paying under $300 for a $36,000 car!!!!  
    Right? Here is where my math has gotten me:
    • 2.0T EX-L - $33,040 MSRP
    • Negotiate MSRP to $29k (ideal but may be 29.5k)
    • $3k down = $26k negotiated lease price (not ideal to put so much down but the dealer needs to "win" too)
    • At 54% residual, car is estimated to be 17.6k at the end of the least term
    • That means $8.4k in lease payments = $236/mo
    • $1.1k in interest with the money factor previously provided = ~$30.5/mo
    Lease payments should be about $267/mo

    I understand that this doesn't leave much room for the dealer to profit, assuming they have no incentives or nothing from the manufacturer whatsoever, but hey. I am not going to the dealer to be taken advantage of. If I've done something wrong in my calculations, please advise!
    $60/mo. in finance charges, not $30/mo.

    And, you haven't accounted for CA DMV and doc fees (approx. $450) or the $595 acquisition fee, plus first payment due at signing. Take those out of the $3000, and your CAP reduction is only $1500.

    Now, we are at $330/mo.+tax, with $3000 due at signing.

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  • 99gx99gx Posts: 98
    kyfdx said:
    99gx said:
    That's nearly $500 a month for a "Honda"!!!!!

    That's a bad bad bad lease. I'm sure you are aware of that already.   .

    I have a touring 1.5 and paying under $300 for 36/10k...not many people believe the deal I got so when I see quotes for $500 I think the dealers are just trying to play stupid games. Your $250 price point is what I would pay for that car and no more than that, however that would be a hard deal to find, unless you get extremely lucky.....I happen to get lucky and paying under $300 for a $36,000 car!!!!  
    Right? Here is where my math has gotten me:
    • 2.0T EX-L - $33,040 MSRP
    • Negotiate MSRP to $29k (ideal but may be 29.5k)
    • $3k down = $26k negotiated lease price (not ideal to put so much down but the dealer needs to "win" too)
    • At 54% residual, car is estimated to be 17.6k at the end of the least term
    • That means $8.4k in lease payments = $236/mo
    • $1.1k in interest with the money factor previously provided = ~$30.5/mo
    Lease payments should be about $267/mo I understand that this doesn't leave much room for the dealer to profit, assuming they have no incentives or nothing from the manufacturer whatsoever, but hey. I am not going to the dealer to be taken advantage of. If I've done something wrong in my calculations, please advise!
    $60/mo. in finance charges, not $30/mo. And, you haven't accounted for CA DMV and doc fees (approx. $450) or the $595 acquisition fee, plus first payment due at signing. Take those out of the $3000, and your CAP reduction is only $1500. Now, we are at $330/mo.+tax, with $3000 due at signing.
    I can't believe those numbers for an accord....you can drive a TLX for that price...
  • 99gx99gx Posts: 98
    99gx said:
    That's nearly $500 a month for a "Honda"!!!!!

    That's a bad bad bad lease. I'm sure you are aware of that already.   .

    I have a touring 1.5 and paying under $300 for 36/10k...not many people believe the deal I got so when I see quotes for $500 I think the dealers are just trying to play stupid games. Your $250 price point is what I would pay for that car and no more than that, however that would be a hard deal to find, unless you get extremely lucky.....I happen to get lucky and paying under $300 for a $36,000 car!!!!  
    Right? Here is where my math has gotten me:
    • 2.0T EX-L - $33,040 MSRP
    • Negotiate MSRP to $29k (ideal but may be 29.5k)
    • $3k down = $26k negotiated lease price (not ideal to put so much down but the dealer needs to "win" too)
    • At 54% residual, car is estimated to be 17.6k at the end of the least term
    • That means $8.4k in lease payments = $236/mo
    • $1.1k in interest with the money factor previously provided = ~$30.5/mo
    Lease payments should be about $267/mo I understand that this doesn't leave much room for the dealer to profit, assuming they have no incentives or nothing from the manufacturer whatsoever, but hey. I am not going to the dealer to be taken advantage of. If I've done something wrong in my calculations, please advise!


    You may laugh but when I'm leasing and breaking down numbers I didn't get technical, I did do my research looking at what others were paying and knew I had to get the lowest out of those numbers...I saw the car and new what price I would pay, I wasn't going above $300 and stood firm, after posting my deal on forums many didn't believe it, I know people paying more for an LX...they also bought back 3 payments of my previous lease. 

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,813
    99gx said:


    kyfdx said:

    99gx said:

    99gx said:

    That's nearly $500 a month for a "Honda"!!!!!

    That's a bad bad bad lease. I'm sure you are aware of that already.   .

    I have a touring 1.5 and paying under $300 for 36/10k...not many people believe the deal I got so when I see quotes for $500 I think the dealers are just trying to play stupid games. Your $250 price point is what I would pay for that car and no more than that, however that would be a hard deal to find, unless you get extremely lucky.....I happen to get lucky and paying under $300 for a $36,000 car!!!!  
    Right? Here is where my math has gotten me:
    • 2.0T EX-L - $33,040 MSRP
    • Negotiate MSRP to $29k (ideal but may be 29.5k)
    • $3k down = $26k negotiated lease price (not ideal to put so much down but the dealer needs to "win" too)
    • At 54% residual, car is estimated to be 17.6k at the end of the least term
    • That means $8.4k in lease payments = $236/mo
    • $1.1k in interest with the money factor previously provided = ~$30.5/mo
    Lease payments should be about $267/mo

    I understand that this doesn't leave much room for the dealer to profit, assuming they have no incentives or nothing from the manufacturer whatsoever, but hey. I am not going to the dealer to be taken advantage of. If I've done something wrong in my calculations, please advise!
    $60/mo. in finance charges, not $30/mo.

    And, you haven't accounted for CA DMV and doc fees (approx. $450) or the $595 acquisition fee, plus first payment due at signing. Take those out of the $3000, and your CAP reduction is only $1500.

    Now, we are at $330/mo.+tax, with $3000 due at signing.

    I can't believe those numbers for an accord....you can drive a TLX for that price...

    Barely... the TLX deals have gotten worse, lately.

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  • themau_themau_ Posts: 16
    Hello,

    Could I please get RV and MF for a 2019 Honda Accord Sport 2.0, 36/15K? Also, if I get 17K instead of the 15K, how much are the RV and MF? Credit is above 720, thank you.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 134,147
    themau_ said:

    Hello,

    Could I please get RV and MF for a 2019 Honda Accord Sport 2.0, 36/15K? Also, if I get 17K instead of the 15K, how much are the RV and MF? Credit is above 720, thank you.

    .00136 MF and 56% residual
    $300 incentive

    I don't know the residual reduction for extra mileage, but I'll guess that it's $0.10/mile.
    6000 extra miles will reduce the residual by $600, if that is the case.

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  • Hi, can you tell me the RV, MF, any credits/rebates available for 2019 Honda Accord Sport 2.0T 36mo/12000mi zip code 33314?

    And the 24mo/12000mi as well.

    Thank you!!!
  • sanman1sanman1 Posts: 121
    danwhu04 said:
    @Michaell Thanks! Dang, these money factors are higher than I thought. My Lexus lease MF was so much lower - lol

    Yeah it's hurting the lease deals a bit. The residuals are not bad but if they were 3-4% lower forget it. They would lease no Accords. The fed raised the rates over the last year so that doesn't help. It is a bit surprising because the Accord sales have slowed down when they released this generation. It was met with lots of hate and of course 60% of the market is trucks and SUVs. 

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 134,147
    Valadimus said:

    Hi, can you tell me the RV, MF, any credits/rebates available for 2019 Honda Accord Sport 2.0T 36mo/12000mi zip code 33314?

    And the 24mo/12000mi as well.

    Thank you!!!

    .00136 MF
    64%/58% residual for 24/36 mo
    $300 incentive

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  • sanman1sanman1 Posts: 121
    Hopefully the incentive gets better for March because it's not helping the deals. The residuals are good but the money factor over 3% could be better as well. At least a better Incentive or MF would help.  
  • EM305EM305 NJPosts: 89
    RV and MF for Accord 2.0T for Sport/EX-L/Touring 36/15k. Please list any incentives. Zip code: 08871
  • brainbrain Posts: 6
    2019 Accord Sport - 36m, 12k, 95831

    thank you
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,813
    sanman1 said:

    Hopefully the incentive gets better for March because it's not helping the deals. The residuals are good but the money factor over 3% could be better as well. At least a better Incentive or MF would help.  

    Not sure that I'd expect the MF to drop - the cost of money is going up, all over.

    But, incentives could be added to sweeten the lease deals.

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,813
    EM305 said:

    RV and MF for Accord 2.0T for Sport/EX-L/Touring 36/15k. Please list any incentives. Zip code: 08871

    .00136 and 56% / 54% / 53%
    $300 incentive

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,813
    brain said:

    2019 Accord Sport - 36m, 12k, 95831

    thank you

    1.5T or 2.0T?

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  • Seanw12Seanw12 Posts: 1
    Can I have MF and RV for 2019 Accord Sport 1.5T. 10k or 12k miles. Zip: 28277 

    Thanks! 
  • brainbrain Posts: 6
    Michaell said:

    brain said:

    2019 Accord Sport - 36m, 12k, 95831

    thank you

    1.5T or 2.0T?
    sorry about that....
    1.5T
  • xblbtcxblbtc Posts: 3
    edited February 25
    RV, mf and incentives for Honda Accord Sedan LX and Sport 1.5T Trims 2019, 36/12k, 07652 please. Thanks!
  • sanman1sanman1 Posts: 121
    edited February 25
    Michaell said:
    Hopefully the incentive gets better for March because it's not helping the deals. The residuals are good but the money factor over 3% could be better as well. At least a better Incentive or MF would help.  
    Not sure that I'd expect the MF to drop - the cost of money is going up, all over. But, incentives could be added to sweeten the lease deals.

    Yep true on the incentives. With sedans selling less you'd expect to see more, especially as the model year ages. 

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 134,147
    Seanw12 said:

    Can I have MF and RV for 2019 Accord Sport 1.5T. 10k or 12k miles. Zip: 28277 

    Thanks! 

    36/12
    .00136 MF and 59% residual
    $300 incentive

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 134,147
    brain said:

    Michaell said:

    brain said:

    2019 Accord Sport - 36m, 12k, 95831

    thank you

    1.5T or 2.0T?
    sorry about that....
    1.5T
    .00136 MF and 59% residual
    $300 incentive

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 134,147
    xblbtc said:

    RV, mf and incentives for Honda Accord Sedan LX and Sport 1.5T Trims 2019, 36/12k, 07652 please. Thanks!

    .00136 MF and 59% residual
    $300 incentive
    Either trim

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

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  • Jasonb2089Jasonb2089 North jersey Posts: 12
    I’m a first time car buyer. I’m trying to lease the new accord. I’m currently looking into the EX or sport. I want my payments to be around 320-380 dollars. What’s the best trim I can possibly get? I’d prefer to put down as little as possible. 07047 any help would be appreciated

    thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,813

    I’m a first time car buyer. I’m trying to lease the new accord. I’m currently looking into the EX or sport. I want my payments to be around 320-380 dollars. What’s the best trim I can possibly get? I’d prefer to put down as little as possible. 07047 any help would be appreciated

    thanks

    What lease term and how many miles per year?

    In NJ, we recommend you pay the first payment and registration costs, up front.

    You'll have to provide us with the MSRP and negotiated prices for us to help you with a payment.

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