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Old 01 Oct 2007, 05:16 pm
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Default 2005 Honda Accord EX V-6 Coupe?

I'm in the market for a 2005 Honda Accord EX V-6 coupe with around 30-45K miles on it, and I found a price from KBB (Kelley Blue Book) for around $20-21K. However, Honda World in Westminster, California is selling it for around $18K. If anyone can think of a better price, please let me know. =)I want the following options for this car, too:Leather SeatsGPS Navigation SystemCD Player (Multi or Single works either way for me)Cigarette Lighter (No, I don't smoke; I want it to plug in my phone)Leather wrapped steering wheelAnyone who lives in the OC in California, can you help especially? Thanks. =)
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Old 01 Oct 2007, 05:18 pm
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You probably won't find a better deal for a 2005 Honda Accord EX V6 Coupe with that mileage and those options. Make sure the title is good. Best wishes...
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Old 01 Oct 2007, 05:22 pm
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The model you want is the V-6 EX-L which is the EX model that has the "L" for leather interior, GPS, 6 CD. All Accords have the '12 volt accessory outlet' standard; the EX may have two, one in the dash and one in the storage compartment of the center console. My son has the 2003 EX-L which is the same car and he just bought out his lease last year. The 'retail' value at that time was about the same as Kelly Blue Book is quoting. It sounds like the vehicle at Honda World is an EX-V6 without the leather. I used to work down the street from Honda World in the service department of Norm Reeves Honda in HB You may want to shop them as well. The used car manager there is named Ken (714-842-5431) He'll tell you what he has and what the realistic pricing on that car is. The EX-L V6 was only a very small percentage of the production so my guess is that there aren't many out there. Most that are have just come off lease and are desireable used cars.When you do buy the car, see if it is a Honda Certified Used Vehicle. If it is, you won't go wrong. Its worth paying extra to get one that is a Honda Certified Used Vehicle because then you don't have to worry about buying a service contract on the car as its backed by Honda for 12/12 for everything and up to 100,000 miles for the powertrain. hope that helps
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Old 01 Oct 2007, 05:24 pm
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Go in to Westminster and ask for Skip and tell him Jim from Oregon sent you. That will get you started to a great deal.The benifits of buying from a dealer is the service that is required before the car can sell. The dealer has something to loose if you are unhappy with the car.Ask if he will CERTIFY the car for that price which gives you a Honda backed warranty.Good Luck
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