2018 Honda Civic EX-L. What's your OTD price?

  1. FireCr@cker

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    #1 [email protected], Sep 9, 2018
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    First post! Hello everyone!

    Recently bought a 2018 Honda Civic EX-L, no sensing, no navi for $21.5k, OTD $25.1k. I live in California.

    With the college financing, I got $500 off, so it went from 22k to 21.5k. MSRP was $24,895. Factory Invoice they showed me was like $22,394.

    I was only able to get tints with this. How would you rate this deal (terrible, bad, ok, good, excellent)? And why did you give it the rating you did?

    How much did you get your car for and what state are you from?
     
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    #5 himecraig, Sep 10, 2018
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    @ $21.5k you got an ok deal.
    Now time to move on and enjoy your ride.
    I’m also in California and paid 3k more for leather cvt nav and sense beginning of 2017 when there was high demand for the hatch...bottom line I’m happy.
    A few months of civic ownership negates any regrets over what I may have paid.
     
  6. jred721

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    Not gonna lie, 25.1K OTD for an EX-L seems a little high but not insanely high, just think you could have done slightly better. Nothing I would lose sleep over though, you could have gotten a worse deal. Fact is you got a good car so just enjoy it.
     
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    I got my Si for around that OTD. You can probably get it for less if trade value isn't a factor.
     
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  9. Physix805

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    Live in dallas. I just got my 2018 civic hatchback sport MT for 21.6k OTD. Thats taxes and everything and used my own bank financing too. Getting a TrueCar Quote online is best place to start. Happy with purchase.
     
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