How much did you pay for your 18 si?

  1. Mrparis

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    Hi guys I wonder how much you pay for your 18 si?
     
  2. ToastedSi

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    23.5 before taxes and fees. 1.9% over 5 years.
     
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    what was the downpayment and total amout of the cost of the car ? what was your monthly payments?
     
  4. CloudsAtlas

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    I traded in a 2007 Porsche Cayman S and paid 2k on top of it. My Sticker price was technically ~25k, there was a $895 "Handling fee" above mrsp.
     
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    $21,500 Inc tax, title, etc... $500 down. That got me the high wall all weather floor mats, trunk tray, and window visors. (I also scored two bottles of Xzilon in the deal. Don't ask how I pulled that off.)
     
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    That was a great deal. I got 25k out the door
     
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    Just put money down on mine. 2018

    $23,700 plus tax and license. Free lifetime warranty and lifetime oil changes included.
     
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    put 3grand down, I pay around 400/month
     
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    ltrinh Senior Member

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    Is this even possible for new 18 SI? $21,500 OTD pretty much. Great deal you got.
     
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    NOTHING in this worlds is "FREE" --( except maybe useless advice in Forums !!)
     
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    I don't know why the Dealers cant be straight forward, and just call it an "Extra Profit Fee" .. the "Handling Fee" is the one that often vanishes, when you go to "WALK AWAY from the deal"
     
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    In April, got my 2018 SI Sedan with 9 miles on it for 23k OTD. They gave me $4500.00 for my '06 Acura TL with 128,000 miles. I had gotten a $2500.00 from insurance on the TL for hail damage, so I figured I really got $7000.00 for the Acura. Good trade, I paid cash for the balance. I loved my TL, but the Civic's more fun.
     
  14. CatalyticWzrd

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    25k. Went during their summer deal which sort of helped, I got $500 extra towards my down payment which got my monthly where I wanted it.

    My advice:

    There is going to be a F*** ton of paper work they're going to be shoving in your face. The smart thing to do is to stick your bottom line price in your head, and don't let them take anything more than what you want to spend in total. There is going to be accessory charges, which is bullshit, and also handling fees which at that point you can offer your balls to be handled and step back from the offer. not saying walk from the negotiation totally, but that's a BS fee.

    Have a bottom line and monthly payment in mind, given you have a down payment as well, and make sure that matches after the whole negotiation is over.

    GL

    -Catalytic
     
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