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  1. Captain

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    hi guys thats deal is good or not 2016 civic touring 84 for months financing bi-weekly $202 %3,24 interest.
     
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    That's a total of $36,764 assuming you are putting nothing down.

    The real question is how much are they charging you for the car? Are they charging you the full list price of $26,990?

    Don't let them spin your head with low payments. Negiotate the price of the car then work on payments.
     
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    They did not give any price they wrote in the e-mail the full undiscounted price for the 2016 Civic Touring.
    bi-weekly of finance and leasing options specified
     
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    Hi.
    Try classic honda in Brampton. They are good. I Got a wop in November from them when no dealer had it around in gta with best price and accessories.
     
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    Suggest you get a few quotes. Part of making a comparison is knowing all the prices (total costs) that make up you payment.
     
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    Agree with @CdnColin. First, get the total cost for the car (including all the accessories and add-ons), then the down payment (if any), interest rate and payment frequency (bi-weekly, monthly, etc.) which will give you the payment.

    Definitely get a few quotes, just so you won't have post-purchase regrets about how much you paid ;)

    I've also bought my car from Classic Honda, the sales guy (Ali Rahbar) was great.

    Goodluck!
     
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    2016 Honda Civic - Canadian Car of the Year!!
     
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    Lease is up soon on my Accord. Civic Touring in Aegean Blue is next. Can't wait!
     
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    I know what you mean about the happiness moment. You deserve it man!
     
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    #87 j_illang, Feb 23, 2016
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    I'm from QC.

    I ended up getting $1000 off on the aero kit (at that time it was advertised at 2k, but now it is 1.6k), free winter tires, added the mats for full price + moonroof + tints for $300.

    The total cost was a bit under $35K (after taxes, accessories, delivery) for my touring at 3.99% over 7 years. $0 down. Wish I could have gotten a lower rate, but lenders don't like me. It still beat the honda rate of 4.49%, so I was happy.
     
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    I may as well say Hi finally as well from up north in Sault Ste. Marie! Rockin the winter mode EX-T hard, I've driven on more snow covered roads so far than not lol. Excited to get spring sometime! Loving my EX-T so far, not a single complaint! :love:
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    Hi Sault Ste Marie, I'm from Wawa and bought the first civic out of the Sault in December, had to pre-order it, got the touring. I went to the Sault a few times and haven't seen another one on the road yet.
     
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    Even the birds love the Civic ;)
     
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