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2013 and earlier-Honda Civic Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • About the extend warranty for new 2013 civic sedan ex-l, anyone know is it worth to buy it? If so, what is the fair price? Thanks !!

  • $16.1k seems ridiculously low. One VA dealer I called that I know sold for $17k is refusing to give a quote online or via phone. Is demanding an inperson visit for a quote.

  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 20,150

    @hmmhmm3 said:
    $16.1k seems ridiculously low. One VA dealer I called that I know sold for $17k is refusing to give a quote online or via phone. Is demanding an inperson visit for a quote.

    Some of the so called "Prices Paid" numbers in forums such as this one can be a bit...well..." enthusiastic" Be aware of that!

  • chuckyzchuckyz Posts: 2
    edited January 2014

    Just bought a 13 Civic Lx sedan here in the Bay Area, CA.

    18,300 out the door w/ tax, title, licensing, etc.

    Breakdown of the fees include:

    • Purchase Price of car (w/ dest) 16,338
    • DMV: 257
    • Document Fee: 80
    • Tire Tax: 8.75
    • Sales Tax 9%

    Total: 18300 OTD

    This included the dealer-installed options: edge guard film, mud guards, wheel locks, and a aftermarket Karr alarm.

    Financed through Honda at 4.5%. Didn't get lowest rate due to credit. But very happy with price.

  • veri1veri1 Posts: 6
    edited January 2014

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  • veri1veri1 Posts: 6

    Bought 2013 Civic LX for $16500 (OTD) in northern VA yesterday. There was an incentive of $500 for recent college grad. Hope it is a good deal. This forum helped a lot on a target price befoer approaching Dealers.

  • vmsivmsi Posts: 5

    bought a New 2013 Honda Civic EX-L Navi 4DR Sedan for $20,800 -$500 Honda Incentive= $20,300 + Tax $1450.00 +Doc Fee $250.00 +$50.00 Licence Fee= $22,100.00 OTD price from Honda Marrysville Dealer,Ohio.

    2013 Honda Civic EX-L Navi -4DR Sedan OTD: Price of $22,100.00

    I assume this is a good Deal for EXL Navi, where the true car quoting me a base price of $22,000.00 , where i got $22,100.00 OTD.

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  • radar007radar007 OhioPosts: 24

    I'm looking for prices paid on 2014 Civic EX and EX-L models. Anyone buy one of these yet around Ohio? I've got a few internet quotes but was wondering how far below invoice they are willing to go this time of year? Thanks.

  • bbb99bbb99 Posts: 58

    Looking for the best price on a 2013 Honda Civic LX in Austin, TX. I got a quote of 19k before ttl, what's the lowest I can go? It looks like people are getting it in the 16k range before ttl.

  • if someone wouldn't mind..i keep reading all these posts, and people keep mentioning trying to get 1000 + dollars off "invoice".

    Is that the Factory Invoice + Destination fee? Or does "invoice" mean MSRP? Sorry, just really confused

  • @bbb99 said:
    Looking for the best price on a 2013 Honda Civic LX in Austin, TX. I got a quote of 19k before ttl, what's the lowest I can go? It looks like people are getting it in the 16k range before ttl.

    You should be able to do a lot better than that. For the LX, there are a lot of reports on here where people paid around 16k before ttl. I paid 16.3k if you look a few posts back.

    @11tybillion said:
    if someone wouldn't mind..i keep reading all these posts, and people keep mentioning trying to get 1000 + dollars off "invoice".

    Is that the Factory Invoice + Destination fee? Or does "invoice" mean MSRP? Sorry, just really confused

    Factory invoice is exactly what it is. Do a search here on edmunds under the new car buying guide. For example, the MSRP for the Civic LX is 19,775 with a factory invoice price of 18,433. There are plenty of folks on here that paid 1-2k off of invoice price before taxes, title, and licensing as those vary by state and county. For example, I paid 16.3k in CA if you look a few posts back.

  • Pretty sure I got ripped off badly lol. I bought a 2013 EX civic for 21k otd. They made me buy wheel locks, splash guards, and some stupid trunk thing for 499...hopefully this civic is reliable so i don't have to buy another new car for at least a decade :(

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 78,143

    @11tybillion said:
    Pretty sure I got ripped off badly lol. I bought a 2013 EX civic for 21k otd. They made me buy wheel locks, splash guards, and some stupid trunk thing for 499...hopefully this civic is reliable so i don't have to buy another new car for at least a decade :(

    Maybe, maybe not. You did get a great and reliable car that should easily last a decade or more if you maintain it. Check in with us first next time - lots of folks here willing and able to help you get a great price.

    Enjoy your new Civic!

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  • @radar007 said:
    I'm looking for prices paid on 2014 Civic EX and EX-L models. Anyone buy one of these yet around Ohio? I've got a few internet quotes but was wondering how far below invoice they are willing to go this time of year? Thanks.

    What kind of price quotes did you get for EX?
    I just got $20,290 for 2014 Civic EX (car + destination fee) in CT
    Looking to see how good of a price that is.
    Max

  • radar007radar007 OhioPosts: 24
    edited January 2014

    I got quotes for $20,500, $19,890 and $19,640 all plus TTL for the 2014 Civic EX. EX-L was $21,168. Most doc fees were $250 and one was $130 which was at a PA dealer. I'm still on the fence on which car I want. I would feel more comfortable around $19,000 but doubt that is doable this early in the year. Good luck.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 86,489

    Are you shopping in Ohio? The state regulates the maximum doc fee at $250.

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  • radar007radar007 OhioPosts: 24

    Yes looking in OH but only 25 min drive from PA so got 1 quote from there and doc fee was $130.

  • @radar007 said:
    I got quotes for $20,500, $19,890 and $19,640 all plus TTL for the 2014 Civic EX. EX-L was $21,168. Most doc fees were $250 and one was $130 which was at a PA dealer. I'm still on the fence on which car I want. I would feel more comfortable around $19,000 but doubt that is doable this early in the year. Good luck.

    Thank you for sharing! Because of you I was able to negotiate for 2014 Civic EX to $19700, which includes destination fee, but does not include tax/title/reg/doc fee. Dealers don't have many EX on the lot yet, so they are not as keen to negotiate.
    thanks
    Max

  • radar007radar007 OhioPosts: 24
    Great job! I know it's early in the year so negotiating is going to be tough. I'm debating between this and a leftover '13 accord LX demo for just a little more. I'm gonna target $1000 under invoice but may not get there this time of year. Enjoy your civic!!
  • So i recently bought my civic...after I had signed all the paperwork, the salesman then told me that they had misplaced the other two keys and remote, and owner's manual -- I said this is ok, but I want the keys and manual shipped to me via UPS (the dealership is an hour away from where I live). My friend told me that this is grounds for me to return the car. I'm actually considering it (if true), so I can upgrade to the accord. Do you guys know if there is any truth to this?

    As of right now, I only have one basic key so when I have passenger's I have to manually unlock their door which is a PITA...

  • I should mention, I bought it last Tuesday. I called on Friday and they said they'd get back to me, and no one has yet.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 86,489

    "the salesman then told me"

    "My friend told me"

    Pretty sure that neither of those statements are going to let you return a car that you've already purchased... Just stay on the dealership about getting your keys and manual to you..

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  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 20,150

    I totally agree. You have no grounds to return a car over a silly detail like that. Things happen.

    If those items don't arrive very quickly I would call and ask to speak to their General Manager.

  • luckypraluckypra Posts: 2
    edited January 2014

    I got a quote for 2014 Civic LX,

    • Internet Price - 17173 (including D&H)
    • NJ Tax - 7%
    • NJ Motor Vehicle - $276 - $301
    • Doc - $359

    This is in NJ. Not sure what is NJ Motor Vehicle charges As I see new plates fee from DMV is like $60.

    What you guys thinks about it?

  • g6leaserg6leaser Posts: 145

    Trying to help my sister in law lease a new 2014 Honda Civic Sedan EX-L CVT Sedan with Navigation - MSRP $25,030 (includes $790 destination) 36 months / 15,000 miles.
    If I can negotiate the price to $23,800 (about $500 over invoice). She would like to only put first month down but could go up to $1,500. Does someone have the money factor / residual for the 2014 Honda Civic EX-L CVT w/nav for 36mos/15,000 miles. What would a reasonable lease price with those figures - NJ Sales Tax 7%, NJ Motor Vehicle 275, Doc Fee 269. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Note - She went to the dealer with her dad and was quoted $249/month on a 2013 Civic EX w/o navigation MSRP 21,065 (don't know what negotiated car price was) same 36mos/15,000 miles with $1,500 down. Dealer is going to waive her remaining 4 2011 lease payments on her current Civic.

    Thanks!
    ER

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 86,489
    edited January 2014

    I don't have any money factor information on the 2014 Civic.. The residual for that model is 55%.

    The 2013 Civic EX that was quoted probably has a lot of incentives and a low, low money factor. Rates for the 2014 loaded up model probably won't be close.

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  • g6leaserg6leaser Posts: 145

    Thanks to kyfdx and all of the great input in here, I was able to negotiate a lease for a 2013 Honda Civic Sedan EX MSRP 21,605 for $225/month 36mos / 15,000 miles a year lease.
    KYFDX is the bomb!!!

  • txvhptxvhp Posts: 1

    I'm also considering negotiating a 2013 EX lease. Was the $225/month with the $1500 down or another amount?
    Thanks!

  • g6leaserg6leaser Posts: 145

    txvhp - we wanted to keep the payments lower, so we put the $1500 down, so it was $225/month 36 mos. /15,000 miles. There is also dealer incentive cash you may be able to get for more cap reduction if you ask.

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