$27,000 will be a totally reasonable price for a 2020 1.5 EX-L... BUT not right now. Right now, dealers have to spend the next few months clearing out all the 2019 models. If you want a great deal on a 2019, wait until the last week of December. You should be able to get $5,000 off MSRP -- no problem. But, dealers are naturally going to push the 2019 model and have more financial levers to do so.Hi everyone, my first post here, but I've been following for a while. I'm in the market for a 2020 Accord EX-L in Southern California and was hoping to exchange some information and then post my final pricing data in the pinned price paid thread. Seems that the new model year just came out so there isn't much information on it.
So far, the best I've been quoted is $27.8K in the first round of emails (before taxes + title). Paid a visit to another dealer who basically dismissed that quote as disingenuous and pushed their price of $29.3K. I'm looking for one who will do $27.0K - does this seem like a reasonable target for the new model year?
On a side note, I noticed a ton of 2019 EX-Ls sitting on that dealer's lot, and the salesperson got a bit squirrelly when I asked for a 2020 model. Seems like they're really trying hard to clear the lot those year-old models.
My dealer only had three in late September, black, white, and grey. I took the grey one.On a side note, I noticed a ton of 2019 EX-Ls sitting on that dealer's lot,
Heh, I never thought of it that way. I always thought of it as losing a year's worth of driving when it came to resale value.keep in mind you’re already 11k miles below average mileage with a 19
I've been trying a mix of in-person / internet / telephone. I'm still encountering some resistance with Southern California dealers to quote or negotiate online. On the other hand, the times I visited a dealership in-person with internet quotes as reference, the salesperson immediately started playing games, telling me that such quotes are too far below invoice and that there are hidden fees. Not true - I confirmed the out-the-door price with the reference dealers. It's pretty infuriating that consumers have to do business with people who are willing to lie so obviously to your face. I'm continuing to try to deal online or on the phone, since the marketplace is a bit more open and they can't screw with you when you're not physically there.the internet has really changed car buying. unfortunately, there are people who aren't experienced and will still be hosed by dealers.
I think you can go maybe 500 lower on the sale price but that's pretty much lowest they can go I believe.I am about to get a touring 2.0 2019 for the below price
Sale price: $31,141.17
DMV fees: $547.75
Sales tax: $2,810.42
Is this a good deal? No dealer is willing to go below this price and i spoke to about 7 or 8 dealerships