How much did you pay for a 2019 Civic Coupe Touring OTD

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  1. dantastic

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    Happy New Year everyone! So I already own a 2017 Touring Sedan (which I am giving to my daughter who graduated college this past May) and I am looking at a 2019 Touring Coupe (black on black). I went to a dealer yesterday in NJ and was able to negotiate $26,800 OTD...is that a good price? I am going to shop that around tomorrow (Monday) to see if I can shave a few more $$ off, but I think that is a pretty good price. Any feedback on what you paid would be helpful. Thanks!
     
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    $26k OTD would be a steal. In the massive "what did you pay thread" I see Sport Touring's going OTD for $26k or so.

    Also a 2017 Touring sedan is a stellar gift for a new college grad. Most kids would be thrilled if their parents got them a Hyundai Excel or a later model Chevy Cavalier.
     
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    Seems crazy that they lowered the MSRP enough to eliminate sales tax, delivery charges etc. How are they making anything?
     
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    Need to compare price of the car - not the OTD price as there are waaaaaaay too many variables regionally to be a helpful comparison.
     
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    ok...good point. So here is how it would break down:

    ~MSRP $27,745
    ~$24,347 negotiated price (includes $895 destination)
    ~ 1646.05 (NJ tax)
    ~$499 (Doc fee)
    ~$301 (DMV)
    ~7.50 (tire tax)
    Total OTD = $26,800
     
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    I agree it is an amazing gift....but, I rather her safe on the road with my "newer" car than buying someone else's headache and worry about her breaking down on the road and such.
     
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    Wow spoiled much? Entitled generation for sure.
     
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    Not really. Its a civic. its lot better than gifting a mustang or Jeep wrangler - I have seen kids driving camaros in Texas. Its a good decision.
     
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    26K sounds about right. I think that’s what I paid for mine at Madison, WI.
     
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