Great price guide! :thmsup: Although I think it'd be hard to get this kind of pricing at least initially in the first few months of its release.This is the max price I'd pay for a EX-L Navi sedan.....
MSRP = $30,785 ($29,995 + $790 destination)
(supposed) Invoice = $28,223 ($27,433 + $790 destination)
- $923.55 (3% holdback from MSRP of $30,785)
+ $600 (fair profit *)
+ $790 (destination)
$27,899.45 + TTL
but goal would be at least $500 under that... so $27,399.45 + TTL or lower
* Truthfully, they'll be making more than $600 profit
The local Honda dealer I went to test drive at is selling (or at least advertising, I haven't asked) their the new Accord at:
MSRP + about $700 worth of add-ons. Granted, it shouldn't be hard to ask them to remove the add-ons at all. You'd probably have a hard time getting it at this price or much below the MSRP... at least for the first few months at least imho. This Honda dealer was located at a fiercely competitive location, too! There were also Kia, Toyota, Nissan, Volvo and Lexus dealers located nearby within 1 mile of radius.