What did you pay?

  1. Ohmcrazy

    Ohmcrazy Member

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    2017 EX-L Coupe CVT $22,300 (with Tax, title, etc was $24,173 OTD)
     
  2. New to Honda

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    #3407 New to Honda, Dec 4, 2016
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    Hi, it's 2017 EX Sedan without Honda Sensing .
     
  3. Randallel

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    I paid 23498.75 for my EX-L OTD. Are you from LA County or OC?
     
  4. In8x

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    Can I ask where you bought from? I just placed my order for a 17' EX-T 6MT WOP from Piazza Honda of Reading and would like to compare
     
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    A dealership does not have the 2016 Honda Civic EX CVT in stock, like I had originally wanted. However, the internet sales manager told me the OTD figure for the 2017 model would be $21,734.05. This is only 1k more than what others are quoting me for a 2016 model, so I figured it would be better to go with the 2017 model if this is the case. The OTD quote was given without any negotiations yet (which I am hoping will lower the quote by at least a few hundred dollars, if not more). Is this a good deal or could I get a better one if I wait it out?
     
  6. dominiksi

    dominiksi New Member

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    New guy here, just traded my '14 WRX for '17 cosmic blue EX $18,601.00 OTD price.
     
  7. ElGatoGordo

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    So far my lowest offer is $18,600 for a 16 LX or $19,100 for a 17 LX. This still seems super high. Any tips on how to get this cut way down? I'm worried that even if I look around it won't get reduced much.
     
  8. asoror

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    To update, the salesman was using bait and switch. I tried to confirm the price with him and he said that he will do $19,000+ Taxes and fees.
     
  9. asoror

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    #3414 asoror, Dec 7, 2016
    Last edited: Dec 9, 2016
    It was too good to be true. Bait and switch.
     
  10. New to Honda

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    Dealer offered me today 2017 CIVIC EXT for 22,550 OTD without HS. Is this a good price to make a deal ?
     
  11. Newflyer3

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    Is it a 6MT or CVT?
     
  12. In8x

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    I paid $22,752 OTD in PA @ 6% sales tax for a 6MT. Edit: 2017 EX-T

    I also go them to throw in alot of accessories like free wheel locks, side body molding. Interior lighting and first year free oil changes and tire rotation.
     
  13. New to Honda

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    It is CVT Sedan
     
  14. asoror

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    I paid $22,094 for 2017 EX 2.0 CVT with Honda Sensing at Orange County
    (price $20,127 + Taxes $1,617+ Registration $240 + Documentation $110)
    I got the quote online, checked it out at the dealership making sure its legit, compared the offer with couple of dealerships. Once I started hearing "sorry we can not match your offer", I felt confident and went all in.
     
  15. ElGatoGordo

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    Good deal especially for your area (from what I've seen). I'm currently in process of trying to get the 2016 EX for 2k lower than that, we'll see if dealers are willing to go that low by the end of the month.
     
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