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  • is 23,700 out the door a great price for the 2019 honda accord lx?

    is it with dmv sales tax?
  • josh123456josh123456 Posts: 9

    I have an offer for 2019 Accord Sport 1.5 manual transmission
    23000 selling price
    300 dealer doc fee
    How is that sound?

    From my research and discussions with internet sales managers while looking for our 2019 Accord, I believe there is still more room for negotiation. At least another $500.
  • I have an offer for 2019 Accord Sport 1.5 manual transmission
    23000 selling price
    300 dealer doc fee
    How is that sound?

    From my research and discussions with internet sales managers while looking for our 2019 Accord, I believe there is still more room for negotiation. At least another $500.
    Is your Accord also with manual transmission?
    Seems like it cost a little more for manual transmission now days. Used to be the other way around back in the day.
    #savethemanuals
  • josh123456josh123456 Posts: 9

    I have an offer for 2019 Accord Sport 1.5 manual transmission
    23000 selling price
    300 dealer doc fee
    How is that sound?

    From my research and discussions with internet sales managers while looking for our 2019 Accord, I believe there is still more room for negotiation. At least another $500.
    Is your Accord also with manual transmission?
    Seems like it cost a little more for manual transmission now days. Used to be the other way around back in the day.
    #savethemanuals
    I was originally shopping for a manual. Those manuals, on the dealers that had a manual in stock, had really low stock numbers and VINs. One dealer said they were having trouble moving the manuals and most of the dealers I talked to were within $200 of my $22,500 number.

    I'm now shopping for an automatic because my wife thinks it's dumb to get a car that she won't/can't drive, but I don't see much difference in sales price on my end between a manual or automatic.

    YMMV.



  • is 23,700 out the door a great price for the 2019 honda accord lx?

    is it with dmv sales tax?
    yes everything besides an extended warranty. It include title tag sales tax. Got it down to 23500 otd now.
  • dog99dog99 alPosts: 8
    What is the target price for a new Accord ex-l 2.0T in the dc-va-md area if bought on May 30 or 31. I will finance if there is flex cash in order to save $500.
  • bluemkn57carsbluemkn57cars Boston, MAPosts: 974
    dog99 said:
    What is the target price for a new Accord ex-l 2.0T in the dc-va-md area if bought on May 30 or 31. I will finance if there is flex cash in order to save $500.
    I would recommend reaching out to as many dealers in your area this weekend/early next weekend so that you can get an idea of what pricing is like in your area. 
    2018 Audi A4 P+
    2013 Honda Accord EX-L (Sold)
  • Got a new deal on the 2019 Accord EX here in Southern California.

    Total OTD = $26,900 (that is with TTL, no incentives deducted from the price, no accessories included, and free oil changes for a year)
    Their finance APR is too high but Wescom credit union is offering 2.74% on the 60 month finance.

    What do you guys think?
  • josh123456josh123456 Posts: 9

    Got a new deal on the 2019 Accord EX here in Southern California.

    Total OTD = $26,900 (that is with TTL, no incentives deducted from the price, no accessories included, and free oil changes for a year)
    Their finance APR is too high but Wescom credit union is offering 2.74% on the 60 month finance.

    What do you guys think?

    Give us just the sales price on the car since taxes and license fees vary drastically from state to state.

  • josh123456josh123456 Posts: 9
    Also, in case anyone wants updated offers on a 1.5T Sport Auto, I've been getting offers between $22,000 and $22,700 from just about every dealer. That's strictly sales price which does not include sales tax, fees (doc), etc... Now with the additional $750 Honda Loyalty Cash Offer which just came out, I'm going back to them and asking if their offers just got better.
  • tonychang1983tonychang1983 Posts: 45
    edited May 2019

    Also, in case anyone wants updated offers on a 1.5T Sport Auto, I've been getting offers between $22,000 and $22,700 from just about every dealer. That's strictly sales price which does not include sales tax, fees (doc), etc... Now with the additional $750 Honda Loyalty Cash Offer which just came out, I'm going back to them and asking if their offers just got better.

    2019 Accord EX
    Vehicle Price = $24,400
    Sales Tax CA = $1,980
    Registration = $412
    Doc Fee = $85

    OTD = $26,900
  • BCM7208BCM7208 SoCalPosts: 10
    Hey all, put out some RFQs today for a 2019 Sport 2.0T after my beloved 2008 Civic blew a head gasket. Got a quote for $27,590 which is nearly $1,500 below invoice. They also indicated they could beat the Honda advertised 4.49% for 60 mos, and with excellent credit may be able to get me to 1.9%. I'm in SoCal.

    I'll wait for the other quotes but this sounds pretty solid for a first quote does it not? I'm still waiting for the other dealers to get back to me but hope to pull the trigger this weekend. Memorial Day weekend is good timing!
  • BCM7208 said:

    Hey all, put out some RFQs today for a 2019 Sport 2.0T after my beloved 2008 Civic blew a head gasket. Got a quote for $27,590 which is nearly $1,500 below invoice. They also indicated they could beat the Honda advertised 4.49% for 60 mos, and with excellent credit may be able to get me to 1.9%. I'm in SoCal.

    I'll wait for the other quotes but this sounds pretty solid for a first quote does it not? I'm still waiting for the other dealers to get back to me but hope to pull the trigger this weekend. Memorial Day weekend is good timing!

    What dealership is this? I am located in Socal too and would love to know what is offering 1.9%
  • Also, in case anyone wants updated offers on a 1.5T Sport Auto, I've been getting offers between $22,000 and $22,700 from just about every dealer. That's strictly sales price which does not include sales tax, fees (doc), etc... Now with the additional $750 Honda Loyalty Cash Offer which just came out, I'm going back to them and asking if their offers just got better.
    Where are you at? In TEXAS the best I find is 23000 and 300 for doc fee. It is including destination fee.
  • BCM7208BCM7208 SoCalPosts: 10
    Hey all, put out some RFQs today for a 2019 Sport 2.0T after my beloved 2008 Civic blew a head gasket. Got a quote for $27,590 which is nearly $1,500 below invoice. They also indicated they could beat the Honda advertised 4.49% for 60 mos, and with excellent credit may be able to get me to 1.9%. I'm in SoCal. I'll wait for the other quotes but this sounds pretty solid for a first quote does it not? I'm still waiting for the other dealers to get back to me but hope to pull the trigger this weekend. Memorial Day weekend is good timing!
    What dealership is this? I am located in Socal too and would love to know what is offering 1.9%
    I'm still skeptical.   This was in response to telling them I'm leaning toward a Camry due to their financing.  I'm planning on going in Friday so I'll report back if they make it happen.  
  • sjaka80sjaka80 Posts: 2
    I got an quote for Honda Accord Hybrid EX-L 2019:
    *MSRP: 33134.00 (includes delivery charges)
    - Discount: 4000.00
    - Honda Loyalty Discount: 750.00
    - Dealer Cash: 1000.00
    + Tax, Tag/Title : 2900.00
    Out the door price: $30,284.00

    I'm in Florida/ Tampa Bay area.

    Is it a good deal?

    * At another dealership I got the MSRP 32640.00, but their discount offer was less.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,586
    BCM7208 said:

    after my beloved 2008 Civic blew a head gasket.

    Why would you want to get another Honda after your first one lasted 11 years before catastrophically failing?

    :wink:

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


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  • josh123456josh123456 Posts: 9



    Also, in case anyone wants updated offers on a 1.5T Sport Auto, I've been getting offers between $22,000 and $22,700 from just about every dealer. That's strictly sales price which does not include sales tax, fees (doc), etc... Now with the additional $750 Honda Loyalty Cash Offer which just came out, I'm going back to them and asking if their offers just got better.

    Where are you at? In TEXAS the best I find is 23000 and 300 for doc fee. It is including destination fee.

    Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois - email a bunch of dealers and start getting offers in writing. Then go to your Texas dealers and show them 10+ dealerships (and there are many more) who have $X as the sales price and you don't see why they can't get to the same number or close to it.

  • BCM7208BCM7208 SoCalPosts: 10
    edited May 2019
    Michaell said:

    BCM7208 said:

    after my beloved 2008 Civic blew a head gasket.

    Why would you want to get another Honda after your first one lasted 11 years before catastrophically failing?

    :wink:
    LOL. Honestly it was probably a bit my fault. I've been shopping around and love the new Accord, so when that temp gauge shot up I probably didn't let off as soon as I should have. Drove that thing 182k miles with zero issues.
  • Also, in case anyone wants updated offers on a 1.5T Sport Auto, I've been getting offers between $22,000 and $22,700 from just about every dealer. That's strictly sales price which does not include sales tax, fees (doc), etc... Now with the additional $750 Honda Loyalty Cash Offer which just came out, I'm going back to them and asking if their offers just got better.
    Just to clarify, does 22000 - 22700 includes destination fee?
  • cullenj94cullenj94 Austin, TXPosts: 7
    edited May 2019
    I'm being offered sale price of $31,899 + the $750 loyalty on a 2.0 Touring +TTL. This includes destination on a MSRP of $36,870

    Should I keep fighting for more? Located in Texas.
  • BCM7208BCM7208 SoCalPosts: 10
    edited May 2019
    Latest on Sport 2.0T.

    MSRP, $31,630
    Price: $27,100
    Loyalty discount: $750 
    $26,350

    Seems pretty good to me.  Anyone know if there is more dealer cash or financing incentives?   Or just the $750 for Honda owners?

    Without the loyalty cash that's 1900 under invoice, so I've gotta think there may be some hidden cash in there and more room to move.  Or did I just get a solid end of month offer?
  • josh123456josh123456 Posts: 9



    Also, in case anyone wants updated offers on a 1.5T Sport Auto, I've been getting offers between $22,000 and $22,700 from just about every dealer. That's strictly sales price which does not include sales tax, fees (doc), etc... Now with the additional $750 Honda Loyalty Cash Offer which just came out, I'm going back to them and asking if their offers just got better.

    Just to clarify, does 22000 - 22700 includes destination fee?

    Yep. Even in this very thread there's a photo of the offer sheet where he got the sales price down to $22,000. And that as BEFORE the $750 loyalty cash program which came out.


  • I talked to a dealer and they stated the $750 loyalty cash is only if you finance or lease with them. Honda's interest rates are too high compared to the 2.74% I can get for an auto loan at Wescom. I am still going to see if they are willing to lower the price if they want to make a sale. Prices have dropped a little from the quotes I received from a few months ago.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,063

    I talked to a dealer and they stated the $750 loyalty cash is only if you finance or lease with them. Honda's interest rates are too high compared to the 2.74% I can get for an auto loan at Wescom. I am still going to see if they are willing to lower the price if they want to make a sale. Prices have dropped a little from the quotes I received from a few months ago.

    That is typical. Most loyalty programs are through the captive bank, not the manufacturer.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • BCM7208BCM7208 SoCalPosts: 10
    BCM7208 said:
    Latest on Sport 2.0T.

    MSRP, $31,630
    Price: $27,100
    Loyalty discount: $750 
    $26,350

    Seems pretty good to me.  Anyone know if there is more dealer cash or financing incentives?   Or just the $750 for Honda owners?

    Without the loyalty cash that's 1900 under invoice, so I've gotta think there may be some hidden cash in there and more room to move.  Or did I just get a solid end of month offer?
    Closed yesterday at 26,500.  Negotiated the dealer installed accessories down to 200.  Very happy with the deal.
  • BCM7208BCM7208 SoCalPosts: 10
    Hey all, put out some RFQs today for a 2019 Sport 2.0T after my beloved 2008 Civic blew a head gasket. Got a quote for $27,590 which is nearly $1,500 below invoice. They also indicated they could beat the Honda advertised 4.49% for 60 mos, and with excellent credit may be able to get me to 1.9%. I'm in SoCal. I'll wait for the other quotes but this sounds pretty solid for a first quote does it not? I'm still waiting for the other dealers to get back to me but hope to pull the trigger this weekend. Memorial Day weekend is good timing!
    What dealership is this? I am located in Socal too and would love to know what is offering 1.9%
    So it was in fact a ploy to get me in.  Pissed me off so I went back to the dealer with the lowest original quote.  They got me 3.65% for 60 months through a local credit union.  I didn't have to do the financing on my own.
  • BCM7208BCM7208 SoCalPosts: 10
    I talked to a dealer and they stated the $750 loyalty cash is only if you finance or lease with them. Honda's interest rates are too high compared to the 2.74% I can get for an auto loan at Wescom. I am still going to see if they are willing to lower the price if they want to make a sale. Prices have dropped a little from the quotes I received from a few months ago.
    They honored the 750 for me and financed through a credit union, not Honda.   I guess its possible that they had some deal with this credit union but I'd call other dealers.
  • tonychang1983tonychang1983 Posts: 45
    edited May 2019
    BCM7208 said:



    I talked to a dealer and they stated the $750 loyalty cash is only if you finance or lease with them. Honda's interest rates are too high compared to the 2.74% I can get for an auto loan at Wescom. I am still going to see if they are willing to lower the price if they want to make a sale. Prices have dropped a little from the quotes I received from a few months ago.

    BCM congrats, that sounds like a great deal on the 2.0. Is the price before or after TTL?

    I have several dealers giving me OTD for $26,750-$26,900, and one dealer told me that isn't with the $750 loyalty cash added. With that he said it'll be $26,000 OTD. I think I am about ready to make the jump (this is for the 2019 Accord EX), although seeing your deal for the 2.0 makes me think if I can do a little better. I am tired of negotiating though, I feel like anything under $26,000 would be worthwhile lol.
  • Pesso33Pesso33 Posts: 1
    edited May 2019
    BCM7208 said:



    I talked to a dealer and they stated the $750 loyalty cash is only if you finance or lease with them. Honda's interest rates are too high compared to the 2.74% I can get for an auto loan at Wescom. I am still going to see if they are willing to lower the price if they want to make a sale. Prices have dropped a little from the quotes I received from a few months ago.

    .

    BCM, that's a great deal you've there. So $26500 +TTL for Sport 2.0 correct? Do you mind sharing the dealership or salesperson? In Socal, also looking for 2.0 model.
  • base64000base64000 Posts: 3
    edited May 2019
    We purchased the following:

    New 2019 Accord LX including the following options:
    - Wheel locks
    - Trunk tray
    - Mud guards
    - Window tint
    - Nitro in tires
    - One year Kahu service

    OTD price $23,400 (including taxes, title, registration etc.).

    Was this a good price?

    Added information:
    - Location is TX, sales taxes are 6.25%
    - Price breakdown:
    - price of vehicle - $20713.86
    - Options - $924
    - Dealer inventory tax - $48.77
    - Sales tax - $1352.37
    - Document fee - $163
    - State inspection fee - $7
    - License fee - $118.25
    - Local fees - $23
    - Tags & title - $49.75
    Total OTD - $23,400
  • Just bought a 2019 1.5t Accord Sport in Metallic, Automatic CVT. 

    Out the door price price at Stockton Honda in California.  

    $25,609 out the door, no hassle, threw in $599 “Pro Pack” (trunk rubber, mud flaps, black wheel locks), suggested my own credit union and got 3.4% for 6 years. (I’ll pay of early don’t worry).  It was the best deal around my area in Nor Cal.  Good experience, friendly, and quick. 
  • josh123456josh123456 Posts: 9

    I talked to a dealer and they stated the $750 loyalty cash is only if you finance or lease with them. Honda's interest rates are too high compared to the 2.74% I can get for an auto loan at Wescom. I am still going to see if they are willing to lower the price if they want to make a sale. Prices have dropped a little from the quotes I received from a few months ago.

    I don't think that's accurate. Every dealer I have talked to said the loyalty cash would be applied to our deal regardless if we were financing through Honda. The only requirement is that we must currently have a Honda product in the garage that is registered to someone in our household and at our home address. Also, Acura does not qualify.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,063

    I talked to a dealer and they stated the $750 loyalty cash is only if you finance or lease with them. Honda's interest rates are too high compared to the 2.74% I can get for an auto loan at Wescom. I am still going to see if they are willing to lower the price if they want to make a sale. Prices have dropped a little from the quotes I received from a few months ago.

    I don't think that's accurate. Every dealer I have talked to said the loyalty cash would be applied to our deal regardless if we were financing through Honda. The only requirement is that we must currently have a Honda product in the garage that is registered to someone in our household and at our home address. Also, Acura does not qualify.
    The info I have is you are required to have a 2009 or newer Honda, either own or lease, and purchase an eligible Accord. Finance or lease is not necessary to get the loyalty bonus

    Which is unusual.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • tonychang1983tonychang1983 Posts: 45
    edited May 2019
    kyfdx said:
    I talked to a dealer and they stated the $750 loyalty cash is only if you finance or lease with them. Honda's interest rates are too high compared to the 2.74% I can get for an auto loan at Wescom. I am still going to see if they are willing to lower the price if they want to make a sale. Prices have dropped a little from the quotes I received from a few months ago.
    I don't think that's accurate. Every dealer I have talked to said the loyalty cash would be applied to our deal regardless if we were financing through Honda. The only requirement is that we must currently have a Honda product in the garage that is registered to someone in our household and at our home address. Also, Acura does not qualify.
    The info I have is you are required to have a 2009 or newer Honda, either own or lease, and purchase an eligible Accord. Finance or lease is not necessary to get the loyalty bonus Which is unusual.
    Yeah the info that one dealer told me was inaccurate.  I talked to another dealer (that actually gave me a lower price) and he told me that was untrue too.  I don’t have to finance through them to get that $750 loyalty cash.  Don’t know if they were trying to make me pay more by financing through them but I will not be going to that dealer.  
  • Jdmikey83Jdmikey83 Posts: 1
    Just bought a 2019 1.5t Accord Sport in Metallic, Automatic CVT. 

    Out the door price price at Stockton Honda in California.  

    $25,609 out the door, no hassle, threw in $599 “Pro Pack” (trunk rubber, mud flaps, black wheel locks), suggested my own credit union and got 3.4% for 6 years. (I’ll pay of early don’t worry).  It was the best deal around my area in Nor Cal.  Good experience, friendly, and quick. 
    I’m thinking of going to Stockton Honda this weekend. Was that the price they gave you or did you negotiate at all?
  • BCM7208BCM7208 SoCalPosts: 10

    BCM7208 said:



    I talked to a dealer and they stated the $750 loyalty cash is only if you finance or lease with them. Honda's interest rates are too high compared to the 2.74% I can get for an auto loan at Wescom. I am still going to see if they are willing to lower the price if they want to make a sale. Prices have dropped a little from the quotes I received from a few months ago.

    BCM congrats, that sounds like a great deal on the 2.0. Is the price before or after TTL?

    I have several dealers giving me OTD for $26,750-$26,900, and one dealer told me that isn't with the $750 loyalty cash added. With that he said it'll be $26,000 OTD. I think I am about ready to make the jump (this is for the 2019 Accord EX), although seeing your deal for the 2.0 makes me think if I can do a little better. I am tired of negotiating though, I feel like anything under $26,000 would be worthwhile lol.
    $26k out the door on an EX? You realize that invoice on the EX is $26,463 right? I would run to the dealer to take that deal. You're around $2500 under invoice on the sales price before TTL. What more do you want?

    I got out the door for $29k which is exactly the invoice on the Sport 2.0T. Sales prices was $2.5k below invoice.

    Pull the trigger man!
  • civic2accordcivic2accord NJPosts: 4
    Closed the deal on a 2019 accord sport 1.5
    Paid 22218
    Doc 599
    Nitro 199
    DMV 301
    Tire tax 7.5
    Tax 1519
    OTD 24754
  • BCM7208 said:
    I talked to a dealer and they stated the $750 loyalty cash is only if you finance or lease with them. Honda's interest rates are too high compared to the 2.74% I can get for an auto loan at Wescom. I am still going to see if they are willing to lower the price if they want to make a sale. Prices have dropped a little from the quotes I received from a few months ago.
    BCM congrats, that sounds like a great deal on the 2.0. Is the price before or after TTL? I have several dealers giving me OTD for $26,750-$26,900, and one dealer told me that isn't with the $750 loyalty cash added. With that he said it'll be $26,000 OTD. I think I am about ready to make the jump (this is for the 2019 Accord EX), although seeing your deal for the 2.0 makes me think if I can do a little better. I am tired of negotiating though, I feel like anything under $26,000 would be worthwhile lol.
    $26k out the door on an EX? You realize that invoice on the EX is $26,463 right? I would run to the dealer to take that deal. You're around $2500 under invoice on the sales price before TTL. What more do you want? I got out the door for $29k which is exactly the invoice on the Sport 2.0T. Sales prices was $2.5k below invoice. Pull the trigger man!
    I did pull the trigger on the EX on Memorial Day.  Out the door was $26,375 that was with TTL, but with $750 loyalty included.  The dealer and I agreed on $26,000 out the door before I can in (I was very clear on the out the door).  However when it wasn’t time the manager said that was too low and could do $26,750 because that is the actual price with the loyalty.  

    I don’t know if I believed him but I told them that was not the agreed price with the dealer and you already ran my credit.  I didn’t want to go back and forth (and I don’t put this on the dealer because when we set the agreed price he went to get approval initially).   Either way I said let’s meet halfway and the manager agreed.  I am very happy with the deal and overall the transaction was smooth. 
  • I’m looking for a new touring, im in NC and wouldnt mind going a state or two away, but local dealerships are frozen at pretty high prices (34.5k otd) and nc has pretty low vehicle tax. Anyone recommend dealerships in NC or surrounding states? Seems like people posting recent touring prices are amaZing in comparison. Id like a 32-33k otd price point.
  • 2019 Accord 1.5 Sport in Blue

    -$22,497 purchase price (includes tint, protection package, wheel locks etc)
    -$24,300 OTD

    This was in TX. Had a great sales guy and the entire process was smooth and easy. Took in a written offer sheet from another dealer at $24,900 OTD, asked for $24,000 and we met in the middle at $24,300 OTD. I felt it was a great deal and am happy with the purchase. 
  • xdjs123xdjs123 Posts: 2
    2019 Honda Accord Hybrid (modern steel metallic) Base model

    Currently have quotes for 25,500 OTD with all taxes and fees included. Is this reasonable or could i get it dropped more. Looking for feedback on what people have paid for this model OTD. This is in CA. This is my first buy so dont know how much to haggle prices.
  • juliankryejuliankrye Posts: 52
    Got a 2019 Honda Accord EXL Hybrid, Silver/Black, north east PA, 27.5K sale prices including 750 incentive for owning Honda, 29.5K OTD. Sales Tax 6% for PA. Financed with dealer which provided another 500 incentive, again sale was 27.5 OTD was 29.5.

    The day after, last day of the month I got multiple offers for 30K OTD both from NJ and PA dealers, which made it a sale price of 28K + doc/tags/tax in my case.

    So far car is really nice, very comfortable ride. Hope this helps in your price negotiations. Good luck!
  • Hi everyone,

    what you you think of below deal for 2019 Accord Touring 2.0

    31000 car
        199 security etch
         600 heated steering    
         400 black sport chrome grill     
         460 decklid spoiler
         895 dealer pro pak
         400 tire and wheel coverage for 7 yr
       2200 tax
         400 registration 
    ————————
    36354 out of door

    letnw knownif it’s good deal
  • bluemkn57carsbluemkn57cars Boston, MAPosts: 974
    xdjs123 said:
    2019 Honda Accord Hybrid (modern steel metallic) Base model Currently have quotes for 25,500 OTD with all taxes and fees included. Is this reasonable or could i get it dropped more. Looking for feedback on what people have paid for this model OTD. This is in CA. This is my first buy so dont know how much to haggle prices.
    What trim? What is the price breakdown?
    Without any of that information we can't tell whether you are getting a good deal. 
    2018 Audi A4 P+
    2013 Honda Accord EX-L (Sold)
  • bluemkn57carsbluemkn57cars Boston, MAPosts: 974
    Hi everyone,

    what you you think of below deal for 2019 Accord Touring 2.0

    31000 car
        199 security etch
         600 heated steering    
         400 black sport chrome grill     
         460 decklid spoiler
         895 dealer pro pak
         400 tire and wheel coverage for 7 yr
       2200 tax
         400 registration 
    ————————
    36354 out of door

    letnw knownif it’s good deal
    The price of the car before dealer add-ons is not bad at all. Get rid of the security etch and dealer pro pack. Try and negotiate pricing for the heated steering wheel, chrome grill and decklid spoiler. 
    Is the MSRP close to $37k (before accessories)?
    2018 Audi A4 P+
    2013 Honda Accord EX-L (Sold)
  • bluemkn57carsbluemkn57cars Boston, MAPosts: 974
    Got a 2019 Honda Accord EXL Hybrid, Silver/Black, north east PA, 27.5K sale prices including 750 incentive for owning Honda, 29.5K OTD. Sales Tax 6% for PA. Financed with dealer which provided another 500 incentive, again sale was 27.5 OTD was 29.5. The day after, last day of the month I got multiple offers for 30K OTD both from NJ and PA dealers, which made it a sale price of 28K + doc/tags/tax in my case. So far car is really nice, very comfortable ride. Hope this helps in your price negotiations. Good luck!
    Congrats. Enjoy the car. 
    2018 Audi A4 P+
    2013 Honda Accord EX-L (Sold)
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,063

    Hi everyone,

    what you you think of below deal for 2019 Accord Touring 2.0

    31000 car
        199 security etch
         600 heated steering    
         400 black sport chrome grill     
         460 decklid spoiler
         895 dealer pro pak
         400 tire and wheel coverage for 7 yr
       2200 tax
         400 registration 
    ————————
    36354 out of door

    letnw knownif it’s good deal

    $3000 in extras? The car is pretty nice, just the way it comes from the factory. All of those items together won't add $100 in value, when you get ready to sell it.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • xdjs123xdjs123 Posts: 2


    xdjs123 said:

    2019 Honda Accord Hybrid (modern steel metallic) Base model

    Currently have quotes for 25,500 OTD with all taxes and fees included. Is this reasonable or could i get it dropped more. Looking for feedback on what people have paid for this model OTD. This is in CA. This is my first buy so dont know how much to haggle prices.

    What trim? What is the price breakdown?
    Without any of that information we can't tell whether you are getting a good deal. 

    This is for the 2019 accord base lx hybrid model.
    MSRP 26,640
    Internet price 23,295
    OTD Price 25,500 with 7.75% sales tax
  • bluemkn57carsbluemkn57cars Boston, MAPosts: 974
    edited June 2019

    Hi everyone,

    what you you think of below deal for 2019 Accord Touring 2.0

    31000 car
        199 security etch
         600 heated steering    
         400 black sport chrome grill     
         460 decklid spoiler
         895 dealer pro pak
         400 tire and wheel coverage for 7 yr
       2200 tax
         400 registration 
    ————————
    36354 out of door

    letnw knownif it’s good deal

    Following up on your offer, here.

    MSRP for this model (from Honda's website) is $36,870.
    Invoice pricing is $33,785.
    Hence, looking at just the price of the car without any add-ons, you are at 2,785 below invoice. That is not a bad deal, but once you factor in all those dealer BS add-ons, it does not look like such a great deal.

    You did not say what the dealer doc fees where. Does your price include any incentives? If you are not sure, ask the dealer. If they start playing games, move onto another dealership. Where are you located, btw?

    Good luck.
    2018 Audi A4 P+
    2013 Honda Accord EX-L (Sold)
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