Since TrueCar is BS, sure you can get a '13 for 26.3K. That is actually ridiculously high for a '13. I paid $27 flat for a '14 and that was almost 2 months ago. Remember that a '13 will always be valued well less than the same '14 with same mileage on any given day that you sell or trade in, probably 2000-2500 less. So you'd better get a dang good deal on a '13. I'd say 26.5 for a '14 and 24-something for a '13. All before TTL.Supposedly December 31st will be the absolute best day to purchase an Accord for the cheapest price.
I'm looking to buy an 2013 Accord V6.
According to TrueCar, the '13 V6's estimated price is $26.3K.
How low do you think a dealer would go?
Sure you can offer. Offer them $15k actually. And then stand back and watch them laugh at you.Eh, seriously?
Correct. The dealer is going to only do so much. Most of the discount you see on 13's is a Honda incentive. At some point Honda is going to turn them off.They're not used cars. The dealers will of course give you a better price than the 14s! But how much better is the question, and it think there seem to be limits. They don't seem to just fire sale them and lose money, so then the question is if you are saving enough to compensate you for the fact that your car will always be worth a lot less than the same 14 with same mileage on any given day
Yes because Honda wants to preserve the price of all Accords. So they don't want fire sales. Someone will buy them. There will always be a sucka who thinks they're getting a sweet deal by saving $500 and the salesman will show them it is the same car '13 vs '14.Correct. The dealer is going to only do so much. Most of the discount you see on 13's is a Honda incentive. At some point Honda is going to turn them off.