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2014 Honda Accord Prices Paid and Buying Experiences

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  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 4,901

    Conquest Bonus $ Offer

    Requirements and Restrictions: •Competitor Conquest Bonus Cash is available towards leasing or retail purchase to current owner of a 2004 or newer Audi, BMW, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Ford, GMC, Hummer, Hyundai, Infiniti, Jaguar, Jeep, Kia, Rover, Lexus, Lincoln, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Mini, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Porsche, Ram, Saab, Scion, Smart, Subaru, Suzuki, Toyota, Volkswagen, or Volvo vehicle. Bonus must be used towards the cap cost reduction. If used towards lease, contracts must be for a minimum of 24 month term and cannot be combined with Zero Due leases. Trade-in is not required and Bonus Cash can be transferred to members residing within the same household. Vehicle must be financed through Honda Financial Services.

    Bonus $ Offer

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    $500 Conquest 07/22/2014 09/30/2014

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  • Incentives just changed today. 0.9 for 60 Months on accords.. Dang it! same interest paid over three years using pen fed 1.5 Just take the financing.

  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 4,901

    Dealer Cash

    Requirements and Restrictions: •Dealer Cash is available towards retail purchase. Dealer Cash cannot be combined with APR or Lease offers financed through Honda Financial Services. Can be combined with available College Graduate or Military Appreciation offers.

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    $1,000 07/08/2014 09/02/2014

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  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 4,901

    Loyalty $ Offer

    Requirements and Restrictions: •Loyalty Bonus Cash is available towards leasing or retail purchase to current owner of a 2004 or newer Honda vehicle. Bonus must be used towards the cap cost reduction. If used towards lease, contracts must be for a minimum of 24 month term. Trade-in is not required and Bonus Cash can be transferred to members residing within the same household. Vehicle must be financed through Honda Financial Services.

    Bonus $ Offer

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    $500 Loyalty 07/22/2014 09/30/2014

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  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 4,901
    edited August 2014

    Financing

    Special APR

    Requirements and Restrictions:
    •Vehicle must be financed through Honda Financial Services. 0.9% to 1.9% APR is only for residents of: AZ, Southern California, CT, DE, FL, IL, IN, IA, ME, MA, MI, MN, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, ND, OH, PA, RI, SD, VT, WI

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    0.9%...................... 24.................... 07/08/2014.. To......... 09/02/2014

    0.9%........................ 36.................... 07/08/2014..To.......... 09/02/2014

    1.9%......................... 60..................... 07/08/2014..to........ 09/02/2014

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  • 2014 Accord Sedan Special APR
    Offer valid from 8/15/2014 through 9/2/2014

    0.9% APR for 24-60 months
    For well-qualified buyers and buyers that qualify for the Honda Graduate Program criteria
    Special APR offer valid on new and unregistered 2014 Accord Sedan Models from August 15, 2014 through September 2, 2014, to well qualified buyers on approved credit by Honda Financial Services through participating dealers. Must take new retail delivery on vehicle from dealer stock by September 2, 2014. Not all buyers may qualify. Higher rates apply for buyers with lower credit ratings. Example for 2014 Accord: 0.9% for 60 months financing at $17.05 a month for every $1,000.00 financed. Dealers set actual prices. See your Honda dealer for details.

  • sweets1180sweets1180 DelawarePosts: 21
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    So when they not the amount per $1k do u just multiply? Like for a $25k car, $17.05 x 25 = $426.25 a month. Seems too simple so thought I'd ask.
  • jerseymikedjerseymiked Posts: 5
    edited August 2014
    I've tried working with most of the dealers in north and central NJ. Reached out to 8 of them but the most responsive were dch paramus, dch old bridge, and auto sport. The best deal is from dch old bridge. Here is the breakdown:

    2014 accord sedan ex-l, no extras
    Price of unit: $24,693.93 (includes destination), Documentation Fee $369.00, +TTL Total OTD: $27,100

    They are telling me honda pulled the conquest and loyalty cash. Anyone else hearing the buyer cash is gone?

    Brian and others, I'm looking for feedback.
  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 4,901
    edited August 2014

    jerseymiked

    Your at 1957 below dealers invoice minus dealers 369 doc fee. puts you at 1588 below.

    If you don't wait till the very end of the month and push these NJ. dealers this price will be about your best price.

    According to the last incentives that I posted it states ending in SEPT. I would call the Honda Corps. main office and ask them.

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  • Thank you to everyone on the forum for posting their deals and tips. They were a great help to me as I closed a deal on an Accord Ex-L (4 cylinder) with Navigation:

    Sales Price (incl Destination), wheel locks, and splash guards: $25,340
    Out the door with doc fees, PA sales tax, and out of state registration: $27,733

    I drove from PA to Honda of Tyson's Corner in VA to close the deal. I had finalized the deal via email the day before (with Jimmy H.), and the car was prepped and ready to go when I arrived the next day. They were great to work with.

  • sweets1180sweets1180 DelawarePosts: 21
    @tichlucy‌ do u mind me asking....did u lease or buy? Put down money? N how much was ur payment? I'm in negotiations for the same vehicle. Lowest price thus far is $28k otd. 1st month down. $399/month. Still working on them but I'll drive to VA for that price since I should get recent grad n loyalty cash on top of that.
  • I bought with approximately 20% down and used the 0.9% for 60 months financing deal. Ask for Jimmy Hamidzada - he was wonderful to work with.

    Is your 28k OTD before or after your grad and loyalty cash?

  • @sweets1180 said:
    tichlucy‌ do u mind me asking....did u lease or buy? Put down money? N how much was ur payment? I'm in negotiations for the same vehicle. Lowest price thus far is $28k otd. 1st month down. $399/month. Still working on them but I'll drive to VA for that price since I should get recent grad n loyalty cash on top of that.

    What dealership are you working with? It seems like $28k OTD is a very good deal - only $270 more than mine. If I could have gotten 28k OTD in PA or DE, I would not have driven to Virginia.

  • martyg2014martyg2014 san antonio, txPosts: 12
    edited August 2014

    Bought a 2014 Accord Sedan Sport for 20980 (including destination) in San Antonio TX. Here is my deal breakdown:
    20980 - car
    399 - window tint
    189 - doc fee

    EXs in this area are being quoted for 22500. Unfortunately, the only "Texas A&M maroon" EXs are Ivory interior - boo Honda!

    2 other dealers offered similar price but when I asked about 0.9, they said the price would be 1,000 higher because the incentive was 1,000 cash or 0.9 - both said Honda was starting to follow the lead of the domestic manufacturers. Whatever. My deal was for the cash and the 0.9.

    The car did have optional add-ons for fabric/paint protection 399 and nitrogen?? 199. These are pretty flimsy add-ons. I am willing to almost bet I already have the nitrogen in the tires because they have green stem caps

  • 3bypass3bypass Posts: 8

    Hi Brian125
    in NJ whats best price to buy 2014 ex accord cloth 500 student-500 loaylty +dealer cash?

  • martyg2014martyg2014 san antonio, txPosts: 12

    BTW. Thanks to everyone who posts in here. Very useful information.

    Brian, I know that you say no no no to extended warranties when purchasing the car, but I wonder what your thoughts are on buying the Honda Care online after the deal. I have never bought on an extended warranty on any of my 3 accords and cannot think of any service that I have done that would have even been covered outside the 3/36000. I see offers for 1100 for an 8yr/120,000 and zero deductible. I have no clue what the dealer one would have even cost since I dismissed it up front and the finance guy never even offered it. What is your opinion of these plans after the deal?

  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 4,901
    edited August 2014

    3bypass

    1500 to 2000 below dealers invoice price after you take dealers doc fee charge into consideration.

    Reach out to @jerseymiked he is in the process of a similar deal in New jersey. Read my prior buying posts on how to get the best possible deal. Start your buying process the last week of this month holding out to the last day if you can't meet your target price before.

    Your Ex model is limited on dealers lots making your buying process harder to strike a 2k below price or better deal in NJ. Find dealers that have several ex models .

    Check out New Rochelle's inventory on EX models. Go to there web site. They still may have 10 or more ex's.

    Friendly's Honda has 10, EX models listed and close to 300 2014 Accords on there lot..

    NY doc fee's are only 75 dollars compared to NJ ...299 to 499 doc fee charge

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  • brian125brian125 New york / S.C. myrtle beachPosts: 4,901
    edited August 2014

    @martyg2014 said:
    BTW. Thanks to everyone who posts in here. Very useful information.

    Brian, I know that you say no no no to extended warranties when purchasing the car, but I wonder what your thoughts are on buying the Honda Care online after the deal. I have never bought on an extended warranty on any of my 3 accords and cannot think of any service that I have done that would have even been covered outside the 3/36000. I see offers for 1100 for an 8yr/120,000 and zero deductible. I have no clue what the dealer one would have even cost since I dismissed it up front and the finance guy never even offered it. What is your opinion of these plans after the deal?

    IMHO,

    Save your money that's why your buying a Honda.. Don't get me wrong down the road any vehicle is a crap shoot with repairs and could lead to out of the pocket expenses.. If you could get that deal 8yr/120 for under 1100 dollars
    and it covers your transmission that would be the only big problem of my concern. That's a 2500 to 3k job. I have owned 4 Honda's and had very minor problems. Never bought any warranty on any of my vehicles. In over 40 years of new car buying I figure with the money saved not buying warranties I could of paid for 2 new cars cash..

    So its piece of mind or roll the dice. 975 to 1100 dollars is a good deal on that warranty.

    Check out these dealerships for warranty

    Hyannis , Bernardi , Saccucci Honda.. They give better pricing than most of the dealers. . Make your local dealer match your best deal or tell them you will purchase the warranty in another state .

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  • martyg2014martyg2014 san antonio, txPosts: 12

    @brian125 said:
    Check out these dealerships for warranty Hyannis , Bernardi , Saccucci Honda.. They give better pricing than most of the dealers. . Make your local dealer match your best deal or tell them you will purchase the warranty in another state .

    Thanks Brian. That pricing was from Saccucci. I am like you - but with many fewer cars. I have had an 87 Accord, 2001 Accord, 2012 Accord, and the 2014 I just purchased.

  • 3bypass3bypass Posts: 8

    brian125 thanks for your time and info for evryone it's very helpful ihope dou know where can i get similar info for altima sv-2014

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