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  1. przm_

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    #2296 przm_, Jun 13, 2016
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    Congrats on the car! I also hate that California has a [EDIT: 7.5% + County] sales tax rate. For me it's 9%. It's pretty much paying an extra 1/10th of the cars total value. I'm going to look at Cosmic Blue and Pearl White colors tomorrow, hopefully I can decide between the two!
     
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    Is 22.2k for Honda 2016 Civic EX with SE a good price?
     
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    i'm guessing that your SE means the Honda Sensing. Out here in California you should be able to do much better than that but you're in NY. If out the door (OTD) depending on your sales tax it could be a decent deal. In California the sales tax rate varies from county to county and even city to city within the same county. Some cities have 7.75% while others are 9.75% which can make a big difference and, of course, your sales tax rate on a car purchase is dependent on your address not what city you are buying the car.
     
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    20.8k for the car and 1.9k in tax + dmv - 0.5k grad. Seems like this is the best I can do in NY
     
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    Add probably 300-350 in DMV and extraneous fees to your equation so you're looking at 22500-22550. Probably a good enough deal if you don't get stuck paying for the ubiquitous "dealer installed accessories" you don't want. Consider that i got the EX-T w/Sensing for about 900 more OTD with slightly higher sales tax plus didn't have to pay for the "dealer installed" wheel locks, splash guards and all-weather cargo tray. I'm sure somebody else has gotten a better deal than i did and other people in NY probably have gotten a better deal than your offer.
     
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    20.8k for an EX w/sensing is a bit high. I would shoot for 19.8-20.0k for pure car price for a good deal, any lower than that is a great deal.
     
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    So getting some finalizing on the price I was gonna pay for a Aegean blue ex .17,9 plus taxes title reg and 499 doc fee. Funny this another dealership wants to compete with their price to get my business lol. And their civic is sitting on the lot with a 21k sticker lol.. gonna be interesting I'll try to keep it posted
     
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    I feel I totally lucked out too. I only wanted Cosmo Blue EX-T (I would have taken it with or without sensing and leather) the only one I found in the area was Norm Reeves. I almost thought it was too good to be true, like maybe they sold it and just forgot to take it down.

    Since you're in California too, how long did it take to get your plates. I'm going to Utah for 6 weeks in August and UHP loves to pull people over, I will be an obvious target no temp plates in CA and 20% tint front and back. :-/
    WTH...$499 dealer doc fee and I thought Utah was high at $299 (which is why I didn't buy it there. I had the option since parents live in Utah, ironically CA was cheaper) California dealer doc fee caps at $80.
     
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    Yeah that's a normal one either 299-499 and it's negotiable 80$ means their ripping your ass hard on the price lol
     
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    I paid $20.4k OTD for the EX-T I got a pretty good deal.
     
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    That is a good deal ext would be 18,9 on car so close to what you paid
     
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    Wow....i'm trying to get an EX-T with sensing for $22,500 with no tax in Oregon and the dealer wouldn't budge......can you share the salesman name and contact?

    Seem like CA would be much better deal, just fly there to pickup the car and drive back to Oregon.....

    Thanks....
     
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    Cooper Mugg @ Norm Reeves Honda Irvine (FYI we have sales tax here but if you take delivery in Oregan you wouldn't, but then you'd have transport fees)
     
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    BTW, I do NOT have the Sensing package
     
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    How in the world did you get an EX-T for 20.4k OTD? You sure thats OTD? Or car price?

    Because with CA tax that means your EX-T car price was under 18.8k.
     
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