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  • tonyg2016 said:

    out-the-door price includes everything - tax, fees, and overpriced dealer add-ons.

    24460 + 1389 + 1800 = 27649

    where does the 23200 come in? if that is what you paid instead of 27649, then well done.

    Paid 23200
  • Today’s purchase white 2018 EX-L 2.0 with black interior. I shopped for the last month, went to a few dealerships in person across a couple states (GA, SC, NC) I’m in the military and traveling so it wasn’t too far out my way. Walked in and they offered me full sticker. I told them no thank you. I proceeded to my car and when I looked up the salesman and sales manager were at my door. I went back in and let them know I had multiple online-email offers from other dealers. They semi-honored one from Coggins Honda in FL. Coggins offered $26860 but they put about $1900 in accessories on their cars. I didn’t add any additional addons or coverages. Wasn’t my intent to trade in my car because I had a carmax apprasial already done earlier in the week. Carmax offered me $10,500 for my 2014 Ford Fusion SE with 55,000 miles. They said they wanted my car and I said they had to meet or beat the amount Carmax gave me. Dealer came back with $10,200 but after the trade in credit of $300 for trading my car (NC sales tax is %3 of final sale price or sales price minus trade in amount), I went ahead and sold my car to the dealer. 

    sales price $27317
    doc fee $699
    state and local fees $840
    total license fee $89 
    total cash price $28945 

    DP $1500 
    Honda financing military discount  $500 

    bryan Honda in Fayetteville, NC. 
  • I am shopping for 2018 Sports. I live in Oklahoma and the lowest here I got is 23.9K + TTL. I inquired in Chicago area and they are willing to give me 22.5k + TTL. Even when I offer this price to Oklahoma dealers they are very surprised and refused to match. I am wondering if it is a good idea to buy from Chicago and drove it back to Oklahoma. Any suggestions?     
  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,226
    edited August 2018
    shajid_88 said:

    I am shopping for 2018 Sports. I live in Oklahoma and the lowest here I got is 23.9K + TTL. I inquired in Chicago area and they are willing to give me 22.5k + TTL. Even when I offer this price to Oklahoma dealers they are very surprised and refused to match. I am wondering if it is a good idea to buy from Chicago and drove it back to Oklahoma. Any suggestions?     

    Is a $1400 savings worth 2 days work. I would wait till the very end of the month and see if any dealer in your area will match or beat Chicago's price . Try call / email dealers in Kansas that is closer to you than Chicago

    2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2012 MB ML350

  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,226
    If you go thru Kansas email these below dealers thru there web site then negotiate with them on pricing.

    O'Neill, Sharp , Honda of Olathe, Jack Ellena

    2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2012 MB ML350

  • Thanks brian125. The typical response I am getting from dealer is "This is Shervin with O'Neill Honda. I received your inquiry on the Honda Accord Sport. $22400 is not a realistic offer for us. If a dealer is giving you that price go right ahead and buy it because that is the best number I've ever seen on that car. Thank you for the opportunity if anything changes on your part let me know so I know how I can be of assistance." This is pretty much common to all the dealer around me. Where as Chicago dealers are competitive. They come up with some price. But you are right I can wait.

  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,226
    shajid_88 said:

    Thanks brian125. The typical response I am getting from dealer is "This is Shervin with O'Neill Honda. I received your inquiry on the Honda Accord Sport. $22400 is not a realistic offer for us. If a dealer is giving you that price go right ahead and buy it because that is the best number I've ever seen on that car. Thank you for the opportunity if anything changes on your part let me know so I know how I can be of assistance." This is pretty much common to all the dealer around me. Where as Chicago dealers are competitive. They come up with some price. But you are right I can wait.

    Point the car East my good man ................Its road trip time!

    2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2012 MB ML350

  • lukeo44lukeo44 Posts: 3
    New 2018 Accord EX-L 2.0T Silver

    Hey guys,

    Posting out of the Northern VA area. I’ve gotten 2 OTD prices of $29,800 from 2 dealerships. Thanks to research from this forum and the driveAccord, I think this is a good deal. I just wanted to get perspective on the offers.

    thanks.

  • bluemkn57carsbluemkn57cars Boston, MAPosts: 974
    lukeo44 said:
    New 2018 Accord EX-L 2.0T Silver

    Hey guys,

    Posting out of the Northern VA area. I’ve gotten 2 OTD prices of $29,800 from 2 dealerships. Thanks to research from this forum and the driveAccord, I think this is a good deal. I just wanted to get perspective on the offers.

    thanks.

    We need a price breakdown. What is the sale price? Any rebates? Accessories/dealer add-one? Doc fees? Etc...
    2018 Audi A4 P+
    2013 Honda Accord EX-L (Sold)
  • lukeo44lukeo44 Posts: 3
    lukeo44 said:
    New 2018 Accord EX-L 2.0T Silver

    Hey guys,

    Posting out of the Northern VA area. I’ve gotten 2 OTD prices of $29,800 from 2 dealerships. Thanks to research from this forum and the driveAccord, I think this is a good deal. I just wanted to get perspective on the offers.

    thanks.

    We need a price breakdown. What is the sale price? Any rebates? Accessories/dealer add-one? Doc fees? Etc...
    Sorry man, I haven’t actually spoken to anyone in the finance department just salesmen over the phone. I’ve been preapproved by my credit union so I just needed an OTD price that was fair. I told him I need the final price to include all taxes, fees, destination charges, etc.  

    Im not providing any trade ins or money down. The salesman stated there’s  no additional accessories/addons besides what’s already included with the EX-L trim...only incentive was a free oil change lol.
  • lukeo44lukeo44 Posts: 3
    MSRP on their site is $32,860
  • Shajid88, that's what I kept getting too. Found a used 2018 Sport at a Chevy dealer - had 2,300 miles on it. An older lady bought it, and decided she missed having an SUV, so she traded in after 2 months.

    Price: $21,900
    OTD: 22,690

    Drove one at the local Honda dealership last night that had 9k miles on it. The dealer basically said I would be better off buying brand new, as they probably wouldn't go below 24-25k on it.
  • lukeo44 said:
    New 2018 Accord EX-L 2.0T Silver

    Hey guys,

    Posting out of the Northern VA area. I’ve gotten 2 OTD prices of $29,800 from 2 dealerships. Thanks to research from this forum and the driveAccord, I think this is a good deal. I just wanted to get perspective on the offers.

    thanks.

    Look at my post a couple before yours. Then ask yourself if it’s a good deal.
  • bluemkn57carsbluemkn57cars Boston, MAPosts: 974
    lukeo44 said:
    lukeo44 said:
    New 2018 Accord EX-L 2.0T Silver

    Hey guys,

    Posting out of the Northern VA area. I’ve gotten 2 OTD prices of $29,800 from 2 dealerships. Thanks to research from this forum and the driveAccord, I think this is a good deal. I just wanted to get perspective on the offers.

    thanks.

    We need a price breakdown. What is the sale price? Any rebates? Accessories/dealer add-one? Doc fees? Etc...
    Sorry man, I haven’t actually spoken to anyone in the finance department just salesmen over the phone. I’ve been preapproved by my credit union so I just needed an OTD price that was fair. I told him I need the final price to include all taxes, fees, destination charges, etc.  

    Im not providing any trade ins or money down. The salesman stated there’s  no additional accessories/addons besides what’s already included with the EX-L trim...only incentive was a free oil change lol.
    I understand. If it were me, I would rather know the sale price of the car. It will help others looking to buy a similar car in their state by comparing and see whether they are getting a fair deal, since doc fees, title & registration fees, and sales tax (6.25% in MA) vary by state. 

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

    I am interested in Accord Lx CVT sedan. I have contacted several dealers online, and the best price I got is 21300 TTL and 23650 OTD. What is the goal price I should pursue in negotiating? I live in San Jose, California, where the MSRP is 24465 and the factory invoice is 22700

    Thanks for your help in advance!
  • john4546john4546 Posts: 54

    Hi everyone,

    I am interested in Accord Lx CVT sedan. I have contacted several dealers online, and the best price I got is 21300 TTL and 23650 OTD. What is the goal price I should pursue in negotiating? I live in San Jose, California, where the MSRP is 24465 and the factory invoice is 22700

    Thanks for your help in advance!

    I'm no expert on pricing but i followed the advice mainly from @brian125, also very helpful was @bluemkn57cars, @jerseydevil01 negotiating at the very end of the month and not in the beginning. I did this for 4 months till i felt the price was right. Pricing ranged from $400 to 1000 more when I sent out requests in beginning of the month. I found dealerships pricing better and where more eager to deal with me at the end of the month , The key most buying gurus will tell you let dealer know you will buy on that day if both agree on a sale price. I also learned walking in an out of dealerships was a big waste of my time getting a good price. Find your vehicle on dealers parking lot and deal with them online or thru the internet dept / manager. Best if you read prior listings above for pricing in your area i cant help you with that. Good Luck

  • Hi- Looking for MF & RV for 2018 Accord 2.0T Sport Manual & Auto. Located in Boston (02129)

    12k/24months
    15k/24months
    If these terms are avail
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,743
    robster21 said:

    Hi- Looking for MF & RV for 2018 Accord 2.0T Sport Manual & Auto. Located in Boston (02129)

    12k/24months
    15k/24months
    If these terms are avail

    Hi... please post in the Lease Questions discussion, here:
    https://forums.edmunds.com/discussion/48615/honda/accord/2018-honda-accord-lease-deals-and-prices#latest

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • john4546 said:

    Hi everyone,

    I am interested in Accord Lx CVT sedan. I have contacted several dealers online, and the best price I got is 21300 TTL and 23650 OTD. What is the goal price I should pursue in negotiating? I live in San Jose, California, where the MSRP is 24465 and the factory invoice is 22700

    Thanks for your help in advance!

    I'm no expert on pricing but i followed the advice mainly from @brian125, also very helpful was @bluemkn57cars, @jerseydevil01 negotiating at the very end of the month and not in the beginning. I did this for 4 months till i felt the price was right. Pricing ranged from $400 to 1000 more when I sent out requests in beginning of the month. I found dealerships pricing better and where more eager to deal with me at the end of the month , The key most buying gurus will tell you let dealer know you will buy on that day if both agree on a sale price. I also learned walking in an out of dealerships was a big waste of my time getting a good price. Find your vehicle on dealers parking lot and deal with them online or thru the internet dept / manager. Best if you read prior listings above for pricing in your area i cant help you with that. Good Luck

    Thanks for the advise! Maybe I should wait til the end of this month.
  • john4546john4546 Posts: 54
    Just got a big promotion at work ive been waiting for. I'm now SR. project Manager. Told my wife lets get rid of the older car we could do his / hers Accords. I can hold out until Oct maybe Nov for a left over 2018 or if pricing is right go for a 2019. Any thoughts where pricing may be w/ 2019 model in NOV, or Dec ?
  • bluemkn57carsbluemkn57cars Boston, MAPosts: 974
    john4546 said:

    Just got a big promotion at work ive been waiting for. I'm now SR. project Manager. Told my wife lets get rid of the older car we could do his / hers Accords. I can hold out until Oct maybe Nov for a left over 2018 or if pricing is right go for a 2019. Any thoughts where pricing may be w/ 2019 model in NOV, or Dec ?

    Congrats on the promotion. As far as pricing goes, that's a tough one. It all depends on a few factors:
    • Inventory (supply and demand)
    • Honda incentives
    • Dealer pricing in your area
    Since you are no rookie, your best bet is to keep watching pricing for the trim you are looking to purchase for your wife. My only advice is not to wait too long into the fall to purchase a 2018 model, since your preferred color combination might be hard to find.

    Good luck.
    2018 Audi A4 P+
    2013 Honda Accord EX-L (Sold)
  • Jerseydevil01Jerseydevil01 South JerseyPosts: 150
    john4546 said:

    Just got a big promotion at work ive been waiting for. I'm now SR. project Manager. Told my wife lets get rid of the older car we could do his / hers Accords. I can hold out until Oct maybe Nov for a left over 2018 or if pricing is right go for a 2019. Any thoughts where pricing may be w/ 2019 model in NOV, or Dec ?

    Congrats on the promotion ! When the 2018 came out last October the sales promotions were targeted in nov and dec at clearing the lots of the 2017's. The sales of the current accords are still the lowest in 4 years but it still seems like honda is taking baby steps in lowering prices. If they offer flex on the 2019's it may come in feb or march like they did this past year
  • john4546john4546 Posts: 54
    I'm still a rookie but with a swagger now @blue, lol. thinking 3000k under the invoice would be a great pick up on a 2018 model. going to tread water and wait, i'm sure finding a white or black accord shouldn't be to hard to find . If i have to drive up to MA this time i will... tks for posting, good points Blue and Jerseydevil
  • bluemkn57carsbluemkn57cars Boston, MAPosts: 974
    john4546 said:

    I'm still a rookie but with a swagger now @blue, lol. thinking 3000k under the invoice would be a great pick up on a 2018 model. going to tread water and wait, i'm sure finding a white or black accord shouldn't be to hard to find . If i have to drive up to MA this time i will... tks for posting, good points Blue and Jerseydevil

    $3k might be a tall order in MA, but if you wait long enough you might get close that number maybe in November/December. Anything is possible.
    2018 Audi A4 P+
    2013 Honda Accord EX-L (Sold)
  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,226
    john4546 said:

    I'm still a rookie but with a swagger now @blue, lol. thinking 3000k under the invoice would be a great pick up on a 2018 model. going to tread water and wait, i'm sure finding a white or black accord shouldn't be to hard to find . If i have to drive up to MA this time i will... tks for posting, good points Blue and Jerseydevil

    John

    Now that the doe is rolling in.................... I would wait till the end of Dec Go for the 2019 model .

    The Super- Bowl of car buying is the very end of DEC . Should be fun watching you sweat another deal out..

    2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2012 MB ML350

  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,226
    Congrats on your promotion save some $$$ for your kids college tuition. I just was reading college costs across the country in Kiplinger's mag ...OMG

    2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2012 MB ML350

  • john4546john4546 Posts: 54
    brian125 said:

    john4546 said:

    I'm still a rookie but with a swagger now @blue, lol. thinking 3000k under the invoice would be a great pick up on a 2018 model. going to tread water and wait, i'm sure finding a white or black accord shouldn't be to hard to find . If i have to drive up to MA this time i will... tks for posting, good points Blue and Jerseydevil

    John

    Now that the doe is rolling in.................... I would wait till the end of Dec Go for the 2019 model .

    The Super- Bowl of car buying is the very end of DEC . Should be fun watching you sweat another deal out..

    Where do u think pricing will be at the end of the year for 2018 model? You think a 2019 might be a better buy?
    What states should I be targeting ?
  • john4546john4546 Posts: 54
    Your right this may be my last new car purchase with saving for college
  • brian125brian125 New York Posts: 5,226
    End of the year 2018 models $2500 to 3k below invoice depending on area. If I cant afford paying Invoice price to $500 below invoice for a 2019 model then the 2018.......... is your girl ! MA to MD is a good target area that's within driving or train distance.

    2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2012 MB ML350

  • john4546john4546 Posts: 54
    Last years 2017 thread some buyers in CA had deals over 3000 below the Invoice price. hopefully i can get close in oct. to that number. If i wait till the very end of the year a 2019 might be a better choice but i will wait and see . Good stuff thanks Brian
  • Anyone know if the tariffs are going to affect Accord prices? and if so about how much and when does it kick in?
  • Jerseydevil01Jerseydevil01 South JerseyPosts: 150
    chelsea23 said:

    Anyone know if the tariffs are going to affect Accord prices? and if so about how much and when does it kick in?

    If the tariffs happen it is estimated that the accord will be $1,178 more. This is a big "if" https://www.cbsnews.com/news/heres-what-trumps-auto-tariffs-might-cost-you/
  • ny_sxny_sx 10510Posts: 123
    May I please get the RV, MF, incentives/lease cash/hold-backs/rebates for a Touring 2.0, 36/10 and 36/12 in zip 10510? Thanks!
  • bluemkn57carsbluemkn57cars Boston, MAPosts: 974
    john4546 said:

    Last years 2017 thread some buyers in CA had deals over 3000 below the Invoice price. hopefully i can get close in oct. to that number. If i wait till the very end of the year a 2019 might be a better choice but i will wait and see . Good stuff thanks Brian

    There were great deals on 2017 models last year, given the release of a redesigned model. You may be able to get close to $2500 in MA before the end of the year on 2018 models, but MD might have better pricing. Time will tell.
    2018 Audi A4 P+
    2013 Honda Accord EX-L (Sold)
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,408
    ny_sx said:

    May I please get the RV, MF, incentives/lease cash/hold-backs/rebates for a Touring 2.0, 36/10 and 36/12 in zip 10510? Thanks!

    The Accord lease thread can be found here:

    https://forums.edmunds.com/discussion/48615/honda/accord/2018-honda-accord-lease-deals-and-prices#latest

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


    MODERATOR

    2015 Subaru Outback 3.6R / 2014 MINI Countryman S ALL4

  • TomSayesTomSayes NJPosts: 5
    Newbie here. In the market for a 2018 Accord EX. I'm in NJ. The best quote received so far is 26,500 out of the door. (Includes TTL, Destination, Documentation and Dealer Accessories). Should I settle for this or can it get any better?

    Thanks for you help!

    Tom
  • TomSayes said:
    Newbie here. In the market for a 2018 Accord EX. I'm in NJ. The best quote received so far is 26,500 out of the door. (Includes TTL, Destination, Documentation and Dealer Accessories). Should I settle for this or can it get any better? Thanks for you help! Tom

    Break it down for us
    What's in dealer accessories?

  • TomSayesTomSayes NJPosts: 5


    TomSayes said:

    Newbie here. In the market for a 2018 Accord EX. I'm in NJ. The best quote received so far is 26,500 out of the door. (Includes TTL, Destination, Documentation and Dealer Accessories). Should I settle for this or can it get any better?

    Thanks for you help!

    Tom

    Break it down for us
    What's in dealer accessories?



    The accessories are -

    - Tinted Glass
    - Wheel Locks
    - Edge Guard
    - Floor Mats
  • ny_sxny_sx 10510Posts: 123
    Michaell said:

    ny_sx said:

    May I please get the RV, MF, incentives/lease cash/hold-backs/rebates for a Touring 2.0, 36/10 and 36/12 in zip 10510? Thanks!

    The Accord lease thread can be found here:

    https://forums.edmunds.com/discussion/48615/honda/accord/2018-honda-accord-lease-deals-and-prices#latest
    Sorry, I knew that. Brain fart....
  • bluemkn57carsbluemkn57cars Boston, MAPosts: 974
    TomSayes said:

    Newbie here. In the market for a 2018 Accord EX. I'm in NJ. The best quote received so far is 26,500 out of the door. (Includes TTL, Destination, Documentation and Dealer Accessories). Should I settle for this or can it get any better?

    Thanks for you help!

    Tom

    To help us evaluate your deal, we need the following:
    1. Sale price of the car before any incentives
    2. Any rebates/incentives
    3. Dealer doc fees
    4. Cost of accessories
    5. Any other fees (not license and registration)
    2018 Audi A4 P+
    2013 Honda Accord EX-L (Sold)
  • TomSayesTomSayes NJPosts: 5
    edited August 2018

    TomSayes said:

    Newbie here. In the market for a 2018 Accord EX. I'm in NJ. The best quote received so far is 26,500 out of the door. (Includes TTL, Destination, Documentation and Dealer Accessories). Should I settle for this or can it get any better?

    Thanks for you help!

    Tom

    To help us evaluate your deal, we need the following:
    1. Sale price of the car before any incentives
    2. Any rebates/incentives
    3. Dealer doc fees
    4. Cost of accessories
    5. Any other fees (not license and registration)
    MSRP: 28,345
    Discount: 5,000
    Sale Price: 23,345
    Pro Pack: 699
    TTL: 1456
    Documentation and Destination: 1000

    Total : 26,500/-
  • Jerseydevil01Jerseydevil01 South JerseyPosts: 150
    TomSayes said:

    TomSayes said:

    Newbie here. In the market for a 2018 Accord EX. I'm in NJ. The best quote received so far is 26,500 out of the door. (Includes TTL, Destination, Documentation and Dealer Accessories). Should I settle for this or can it get any better?

    Thanks for you help!

    Tom

    To help us evaluate your deal, we need the following:
    1. Sale price of the car before any incentives
    2. Any rebates/incentives
    3. Dealer doc fees
    4. Cost of accessories
    5. Any other fees (not license and registration)
    MSRP: 28,345
    Discount: 5,000
    Sale Price: 23,345
    Pro Pack: 699
    TTL: 1456
    Documentation and Destination: 1000

    Total : 26,500/-
    Destination of 890 is already included in the msrp so the 5000 discount is misleading. You should also be able to get a deal where the propack is included because it is not that costly to the dealer
  • TomSayesTomSayes NJPosts: 5
    edited August 2018

    TomSayes said:

    TomSayes said:

    Newbie here. In the market for a 2018 Accord EX. I'm in NJ. The best quote received so far is 26,500 out of the door. (Includes TTL, Destination, Documentation and Dealer Accessories). Should I settle for this or can it get any better?

    Thanks for you help!

    Tom

    To help us evaluate your deal, we need the following:
    1. Sale price of the car before any incentives
    2. Any rebates/incentives
    3. Dealer doc fees
    4. Cost of accessories
    5. Any other fees (not license and registration)
    MSRP: 28,345
    Discount: 5,000
    Sale Price: 23,345
    Pro Pack: 699
    TTL: 1456
    Documentation and Destination: 1000

    Total : 26,500/-
    Destination of 890 is already included in the msrp so the 5000 discount is misleading. You should also be able to get a deal where the propack is included because it is not that costly to the dealer
    How much lower is realistic? lower 25K?

    Thanks for all your help.
  • tonyg2016tonyg2016 midwest, usaPosts: 711
    26000 is reasonable, 25500 might be a stretch.
  • bluemkn57carsbluemkn57cars Boston, MAPosts: 974
    edited August 2018
    TomSayes said:
    Newbie here. In the market for a 2018 Accord EX. I'm in NJ. The best quote received so far is 26,500 out of the door. (Includes TTL, Destination, Documentation and Dealer Accessories). Should I settle for this or can it get any better? Thanks for you help! Tom
    To help us evaluate your deal, we need the following:
    1. Sale price of the car before any incentives
    2. Any rebates/incentives
    3. Dealer doc fees
    4. Cost of accessories
    5. Any other fees (not license and registration)
    MSRP: 28,345 Discount: 5,000 Sale Price: 23,345 Pro Pack: 699 TTL: 1456 Documentation and Destination: 1000 Total : 26,500/-
    Your real sale price should be about $24,240 (including the $895 destination fee). Honda's website is showing $895 for me. From your numbers, your doc fees are $105. Is that accurate? The cost of that propack is outrageous. I would not pay more than $250/300 for floor mats, wheel locks and edge guards. The dealer should throw in the tinted windows.

    Negotiate the last week/days of the month for the best deal.
    2018 Audi A4 P+
    2013 Honda Accord EX-L (Sold)
  • john4546john4546 Posts: 54
    There are no dealership in NJ that has doc fee's less than $299, some $399 some higher.
  • TomSayesTomSayes NJPosts: 5
    thanks for all the help.
  • bluemkn57carsbluemkn57cars Boston, MAPosts: 974
    john4546 said:
    There are no dealership in NJ that has doc fee's less than $299, some $399 some higher.
    Maybe the newbie knows something we don't. 
    2018 Audi A4 P+
    2013 Honda Accord EX-L (Sold)
  • ORJ41MORJ41M New EnglandPosts: 2
    dmcc224 said:

    salenet said:

    $27,150 would be $5,710 below MSRP for that car. I don;t see how that is possible. That would more likely be for the EXL 1.5 engine

    Honda Cars of Boston (date 7/11/18)

    I can absolutely provide you with the Out The Door pricing for the 2018 Honda Accord Ex-L 2.0T !!! Also, the college grad or military are not included in this pricing, but with proof of graduation or military served then you most definitely quailify !

    2018 Honda Accord EX-L 2.0T $ 27,157.00
    Dealer Documentation Fee $ 398.00
    MA State Inspection Sticker $ 35.00
    Title and Registration (NEW Plates) $ 140.00
    MA State Sales Tax $ 1,722.19
    Total OTD Price $ 29,452.19
    dmcc224 Do you have contact info for the sales person that gave you that quote? I am also in New England (< 50 miles from Boston) and looking for a 2018 2.0T EXL also.

    And - How do you like the car? I drove the 1.5 and 2.0 Sports this last weekend and I have a nagging feeling that the 1.5 is underpowered (couldn't tell from the test drive). Also I wanted leather and heated seats which puts me into another EXL not a Sport.

    thanks
  • dmcc224dmcc224 Posts: 46
    ORJ41M said:

    dmcc224 said:

    salenet said:

    $27,150 would be $5,710 below MSRP for that car. I don;t see how that is possible. That would more likely be for the EXL 1.5 engine

    Honda Cars of Boston (date 7/11/18)

    I can absolutely provide you with the Out The Door pricing for the 2018 Honda Accord Ex-L 2.0T !!! Also, the college grad or military are not included in this pricing, but with proof of graduation or military served then you most definitely quailify !

    2018 Honda Accord EX-L 2.0T $ 27,157.00
    Dealer Documentation Fee $ 398.00
    MA State Inspection Sticker $ 35.00
    Title and Registration (NEW Plates) $ 140.00
    MA State Sales Tax $ 1,722.19
    Total OTD Price $ 29,452.19
    dmcc224 Do you have contact info for the sales person that gave you that quote? I am also in New England (< 50 miles from Boston) and looking for a 2018 2.0T EXL also.

    And - How do you like the car? I drove the 1.5 and 2.0 Sports this last weekend and I have a nagging feeling that the 1.5 is underpowered (couldn't tell from the test drive). Also I wanted leather and heated seats which puts me into another EXL not a Sport.

    thanks
    Sales rep was/is Jalisa Berberena.

    I don't have a 2018....yet. I've been thinking about trading up to a 2018 2.0t but my 2016 EXL V6 is all paid off. I have been keeping my ear to the ground though, for the right price I would move up to the 2018. Honda Bostons price is the best I've seen thus far.
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