10th gen CIVIC SI - What did you pay?

  1. perkidddoh

    perkidddoh Member

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    Is that OTD including taxes/fees?
     
  2. Jvitangcol

    Jvitangcol New Member

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    I got quoted 22,842 plus taxes and fees for 2019 black Honda si sedan. Is this a good deal?
     
  3. sjon03

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    In my opinion, yes it is. I haven't found any dealerships with offers that low in Northern California. Where is that offer from?
     
  4. Dan9908

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    No taxes because my trade was worth more than $22
     
  5. MrMonkey

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    Hell ya that’s a deal! I was offered $25K OTD I was like no! Settle led for. Hatch sport instead to save money. Was trying to stay away from $400+ monthly payment.
     
  6. onionboyz

    onionboyz New Member

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    I'm currently in the market for a 2019 sedan. Does anybody have a recommendation/quote offer from dealers in NorCal that I could steer my interest towards? Is 24.5k OTD reasonable for a '19 atm in the Bay area?
     
  7. sjon03

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    24.5k OTD is better than any quote I've received. Which dealership quoted that?

    I've been getting quotes from 23.6k-26k before taxes and fees in the Sacramento area.
     
  8. B0nez

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    I'm wanting to jump back into the Honda world and get into a '19 PWP Civic Si Coupe I asked my local Las Vegas NV (8.1% tax rate) dealer for an OTD price with the following options from the '19 Civic Si Coupe accessories sheet they provided to me:
    (I know I can save some $$ with the non-electrical accessories; I don't want to tear apart the car and do the wiring - but I wanted to know what it would run me to get everything I wanted up front.)
    - Auto dimming mirror w/ homelink
    - Spare wheel kit
    - Door edge guard
    - Console illumination
    - Interior illumination
    - All season floor mats
    - Trunk tray

    They gave me the following quote:
    MSRP: $25,195
    Dealership Price: $22,648
    Doc. Fee: $599
    Title Fee: $39.25
    Accessories total: $1,726.28
    Taxes: $2,060.30
    Total Amount out the Door: $27,072.83

    What say the collective wisdom of CivicX? Is this a decent deal?
    Thanks
     
  9. onionboyz

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    Sorry I think I worded that a little confusing. I haven't gotten any quotes from any dealers yet but I was wondering if ASKING for around 24.5k so ~22.5k invoice before TTL is reasonable or is it too low because it's the Bay area. I've been reading around and it seems like a lot of dealers are willing to let it go for around 24.5-25k otd out of California but idk how realistic that is in our little bubble of an economy vs out of state.
     
  10. flash_company

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    $20,500 plus taxes and fees

    2018 Si in Aegean blue with 9 miles, it was on the lot for 1 day
     
  11. CadiMax01

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    2018 Si Coupe HFP
    $44,861 Canadian
    300km on odometer
    Bought October 2018, currently 10,000km on odemeter
    Noticed couple days after buying:
    Scratches on infotainment, rip in rear seat belt, fitment issue with driver side front fender
    :banghead:
     
  12. jakdotdot

    jakdotdot Senior Member

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    Sub 25K OTD was very do-able, at least on 2018's, in the bay area via a purchasing programs (costco, etc). BTW, I am not taking left overs.
     
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  13. Vanity

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    Currently shopping around, looking to get a good deal by the end of the month. Anyone get some good quotes from dealerships in SoCal or NorCal?
     
  14. onionboyz

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    Thanks for the headsup, i will look into that and see what comes up. I dont think i've ever considered buying a car from costco before.
     
  15. bri

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    I bought my 2018 Si in June 2018 in SoCal for $22,500. That number should be attainable on a 2019 at several dealers here Norm Reeves Irvine, Norm Reeves Cerritos, Corona, Freeway Honda in Santa Ana...
     
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