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Old 06 Sep 2007, 02:12 pm
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Default 2007 Honda Accord SE for $20K Deal or No deal.???

Hey Guys,Delarship is agreed to sell me 2007 Accord SE for $20,000 + TTL, is it a good deal or bad deal. Its 2007 Accord Special Edition model. Need help, what you think aoubt this car Price. Thanks.
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 02:18 pm
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too muchBuy a certified pre-owned and save $10,000
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 02:28 pm
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Check before the final deal, numbers may change , specially when you go to the financing office,
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 02:36 pm
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In my area it's over16k. Not sure where you live though...Try this site.... it'll spit out an estimated price for youEDIT-Ok I had a brain fart, put the wrong car in, up there. It's actually 22k in my area and check 'this' site for yourshttp://www.kbb.com/KBB/Selection/ZipCode.aspx
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 02:40 pm
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It's a good deal - take it before someone else does.
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 02:44 pm
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What you need to go off of is the dealer invoice cost and add 3% (generally what the dealers will accept if you are a good haggler), also if you are trading in a used car you can use that as extra leverage as most dealerships make HUGE bank off of used cars as they can mark them up waymore than 20% from what they pay for them. So given that, here are the invoice costs and 3 percent added:2007 Accord SE:Manual transmission: 18,774 + 3%= 19,337.22Auto transmission: 19,493 +3%= 20,077.79Just in case you have the SE and VP (value package) mixed up here are the VP prices:manual: 16,797 +3%= 17,300.91auto: 17516 +3%=18041.48So to answer your question, if you are trying to get the 07 SE with auto transmission, looks like an okay deal as long as that does not include your trade in value. But if that is their offer, try getting it in writing and shopping it around to see if it can get beat by another dealer.
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 02:46 pm
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maybe cuz i only earn 2000 per month , i find it a lot money for that car . i would get a tvr with it ( second hand , not much mileage ) or a porche .
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Well, You may think that's a good deal now. But, A year from now it's going to be worth half that. When you buy a car like that be for damn sure that's the car you want.
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