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Old 31 Oct 2007, 10:15 am
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Default Honda Accord price?

Hi,Can you pls tell me if 23,000 $ is a good OTD price for a honda accord 2008 LX-P getting that price at a not sure if it is good..
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Old 31 Oct 2007, 10:18 am
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Sounds about right but it might be wrong. If it is LX that means it doesn't have the VTEC DOHC engine. Also you will not have a spoiler (wing) or a sun roof. May come with hubs instead of alloy rims too. Last time i saw pricing info. the EX (top model) was $23.998 So the LX should be at least $1,500 less... Check a car site out and calculate it! Good Luck
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Old 31 Oct 2007, 10:21 am
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OTD price is hard to calculate without details like sales tax info. Just research the "dealer cost" reported figures on and and try to pay a few hundred on top of that. Then you have to add about 10-11% for taxes and registration, make sure destination charge is already included.A good check is the OTD price will be close to the car's Manufacturer's Retail Price which includes markup which you shouldn't pay.
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Old 31 Oct 2007, 10:24 am
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Everyone who has answered this question thus far should take your head and insert it back up your rear end!!How is one guy (Anonymous) going to say that the price for a car sounds high, but he doesn't really know? WTF????And everyone talking about Kelly and Edmunds, what is your problem??Don't you know that those websites are useless! Neither Kelly Blue Book nor Edmunds will buy a car from you nor will they sell you one. Them telling you what your car is worth and what you should pay for another is complete nonsense!If you don't believe me go to or and find out what they say your car is worth. Once you get the price, call them up and have them write you a check for your car and then have them come and pick it up. Only problem is: IT WON"T HAPPEN!!! THEY DON'T BUY CARS!!ORCall them up and ask them to sell you a car for what they think it should be sold for! Only problem is: THEY DON'T SELL CARS!!! IT WON'T HAPPEN!!Trust your dealer. He knows what he is talking about. And as for you sir, If you are comfortable with the payment and it is the car you want, buy it. Don't rely on total strangers to spend your money for you. The car you want is only worth what you are willing to pay for it.I hope this was helpful.
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Old 31 Oct 2007, 10:45 am
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If you are willing to pay $30,000 then Honda will take that as a good price and sell it to you. Go check out the Toyota Camry, they are quieter and give a much smoother ride. Oh and they save more gas! and they will always give you a better price than Honda. Oh, and inserting your head up a rear end kind of smells like a Honda.
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