2013 Honda Accord Coupe LX-S, 6-speed manual transmission

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Asked by Dec 28, 2014 at 03:07 AM about the 2013 Honda Accord Coupe LX-S

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I'm being offered this car for $21,250 (TTL and certified pre-owned charges included in that price along with all other ancillary fees).  Is that a fair price?  I'm seeing a listing on your site saying that the instant market value for this car is $18,852.

Also, how is that instant market value being determined?

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So is that price they've quoted me fair?

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It REALLY depends on the mileage on the car. What is it, BTW? Most of the listings that I see in my area are actually saying that $21k is a Good or Great Deal for an Accord with 13k to 22k miles.

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18,828 miles. KBB value for the car is $18,500. I'm assuming TTL and the fee for certifying the car would come out to about $2000. So I feel that $20,500 would be a fair price for the car, but they don't want to come under $21,250. I think they're playing hard ball, but I want to see what others have to say.

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Well...The Dealer does have a slight upper hand since the Accord (like the Camry) is a very popular car and that being the case, they know they can likely get the $21,250 price for it. However, since we're only talking $750.00 difference, they MAY be willing to negotiate a bit. They MIGHT be willing to split the difference (The salesperson doesn't want to take too big of a hit on his/her commission). I would try to haggle some more and see what happens! Best of Luck to you!

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Any other thoughts, OP? Hope I was helpful to you :)

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You were extremely helpful. It turns out the true blue book value is $19,090, not the $18,500 I originally stated. They are offering me the car, with TTL and the certification charges included and whatever other charges there are, for $21,250. I'm guessing that's a fair price? What do you think? Would you still try to negotiate down? They initially tried to sell me the car, everything included for $23,700, but I balked. I'm guessing that was a sales tactic (offer a high price with room for negotiation, should the potential customer not like the original offer) and they were always hoping to sell me the car for $21,250. Car buying is stressful, to say the least!

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My only other question is why the site still lists the car as a high priced deal.

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First and foremost, Yes...The process of buying a new or used car is an enormous pain in the butt...lol. Just got a late model used car myself a couple of months ago and even though I used a specialty type of Dealer with a no-haggle price policy, there was still a little stress! Since the Honda Dealer already dropped the price from $23,700 to $21,250, you may have no more room to haggle...BUT there is NO harm in trying...even if it's to make it an even $21k!! Based on what I see on similar listings where I live, the price is a Good or Great Deal vs. a Fair one. If you can show me the link where it says High Priced deal, I can TRY to figure out why.

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http://www.cargurus.com/Cars/inventorylisting/viewDetailsFilterViewInventoryListing.action?entitySelectingHelper.selectedEntity=d976&radius=50&zip=75043&sourceContext=RecentSearches_false_0&startYear=2013#listing=103492532

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Opps! My mistake...I was looking at the wrong trim level ...I know you had LX-S 6 spd manual in your description, but I checked out the V6 models (I'm a novice when it comes to Honda trim levels...haven't driven anything made by them since my old mid '80's Acura Integra! Ok, what I can tell you is that the 4 cylinder LX-S with 6 speed Manual is VERY rare (I only found 3 in a 500 mile radius of Philadelphia, PA Metro Area)...TONS of Automatics though! I found a FAIR Deal LX-S model to be one that was 100 miles away at a price of $18,900 with 8,481 miles and also in Black with 6 spd manual. -----> By default, a Manual Transmission model SHOULD be less expensive than a Automatic. But when I compared auto vs. manual, they seem to be priced similar for this car. The Instant Market Value is nearly $1,000 less at $18,784 ---------> According to Kelley Blue Book, Here's what you probably should be paying for that LX-S 4 cylinder with 6 spd manual: http://www.kbb.com/honda/accord/2013-honda-accord/lx-s-coupe-2d/?condition=very-good&vehicleid=382329&intent=buy-used&mileage=18000&category=coupe&options=5162627|true&pricetype=cpo

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The above from kbb.com is also factoring in a Certified Pre-Owned from a Honda Dealer. Maybe you can try to use THIS as leverage with the Dealer? Worth a try since it's your money...why not try to negotiate a bit for a lower price..in this case I would, even though the 6 speed manual is rare (most people are driving Accords with Auto Trans from my experience, so less demand for stick).

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