where to buy cheapest Honda Accord in WAshington state

Asked by May 09, 2017 at 12:09 AM about the 2017 Honda Accord Sport SE

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

People,
I have noticed that some people save 1000-2000$ when they drive to a
different state or city to buy their car. Any recommendations on buying the
Honda Accord (2017/2016 Sport SE model)in Washington State. I live near
Seattle right now, but do not mind driving around the state to get a better deal.

Thanks!

5 Answers

27,105

TRY EBAY...100S TO LOOK AT

76,715

I have used internet pricing at new car dealers with success. Contact several and see what price you can get.

76,715

If you want the absolute cheapest car try to get a "one only" promotional special that used to be advertised in the Sunday newspapers. You will have to be fast to get one of these.

76,715

Do your homework so you know a good deal when you see it.

515

Are they driving to Oregon to avoid sales tax?

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